Tea democratised (part five)


Stoats Farm Camping, Weston Lane.Totland, Isle of Wight

Eskdale Camping, Boot, Holmrook, Cumbria

Tea in enghteenth centry (part two)

Edward the Elder то Edward the Martyr: 899-978

Gordale Scar Campsite, Gordale Farm, Malham, North Yorkshire

Tea democratised (part seven)

The Barge Inn, Honeystreet, Pewsey, Wiltshire

Coloured pigs (part four)

Later house of Canmore (1153 - 1290)

Mitchum's Campsites, Moor Lane, Croyde, Devon

Golden Lion Inn, Stithians Lake, Menherion, Redruth, Cornwall

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The Royal family

As Victoria and Albert's nine children grew up and married into other royal families, Britain's ageing queen became the hub of a European royal network.

1. Her Majesty Queen Victoria
2. Prince of Wales
3. Princess of Wales
4. Prince Albert Victor
5. Prince George of Wales
6. Princess Louise of Wales
7. Princess Victoria of Wales
8. Princess Maud of Wales
9. Crown Princess of Germany
10. Crown Prince of Germany
11. Prince William of Prussia
12. Princess William of Prussia
13. Prince Frederick William of Prussia
14. Hereditary Princess of Saxe-Meiningen
15. Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Meiningen
16. Princess Theodore of Saxe-Meiningen
17. Prince Henry of Prussia
18. Princess Irene of Hesse
19. Princess Victoria of Prussia
20. Princess Sophie of Prussia
21. Princess Margaret of Prussia
22. Grand Duke of Hesse
23. Princess Louis of Battenberg
24. Prince Louis of Battenberg
25. Princess Alice of Battenberg
26. Grand Duchess Elizabeth of Russia
27. Grand Duke Serge of Russia
28. Hereditary Grand Duke of Hesse
29. Princess Alix of Hesse
30. Duke of Edinburgh

Regal matriarch
A painting commissioned for Queen Victoria's 1887 Golden Jubilee shows the queen surrounded by members of this vast royal family. She was related, directly or by marriage, to eight European royal houses.

The Royal family

31. Duchess of Edinburgh
32. Prince Alfred of Edinburgh
33. Princess Marie of Edinburgh
34. Princess Victoria Melita of Edinburgh
35. Princess Alexandra of Edinburgh
36. Princess Beatrice of Edinburgh
37. Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, Princess Helena of Great Britain and Ireland
38. Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein
39. Prince Christian Victor of Schleswig-Holstein
40. Prince Albert of Schleswig-Holstein
41. Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein
42. Princess Louise of Schleswig- Holstein
43. Princess Louise, Marchioness of Lome
44. Marquess of Lome
45. Duke of Connaught
46. Duchess of Connaught
47. Princess Margaret of Connaught
48. Prince Arthur of Connaught
49. Princess Victoria Beatrice Patricia of Connaught
50. Duchess of Albany
51. Princess Alice of Albany
52. Prince Charles Edward, Duke of Albany
53. Princess Beatrice, Princess Henry of Battenberg
54. Prince Henry of Battenberg
55. Prince Alexander Albert of Battenberg

The Royal family

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