Person    | Female  Born 12/3/1637  Died 31/3/1671

Anne Hyde

Categories: Royalty

Daughter of the 1st Earl of Clarendon. Born at Windsor Great Park. Midnight on 3rd September 1660, secretly married to the Duke of York (afterwards James II). She seems to have been the leader in the partnership. Mother of Queen Mary (married to William) and Queen Anne and grandmother to the Young Pretender.

Died St James's Palace.

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Anne Hyde

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Savoy - eagle

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