Person    | Female  Born 4/8/1900  Died 30/3/2002

Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

Categories: Royalty, Seriously Famous

In 1923 Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (descended from the Royal House of Scotland) married Prince Albert, Duke of York, the man who would become George VI when his elder brother Edward VIII abdicated. Chancellor of the University of London. Died at Royal Lodge, Windsor.

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Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

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Hanwell Clock Tower

This clock was erected by the citizens of Ealing to commemorate the coronatio...

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Queen Elizabeth Gate

Wynne was the artist for the central, cartoony, lion and unicorn screen. Lun...

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Queen Mother - Grocers' Hall

Artnet shows that a copy of this bust, by Nemon, was for sale by auction at s...

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Queen Mother Rose Walk

This Rose Walk has been given by friends of the National Gardens Scheme to ma...

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Queen Mother statue

She died aged 101 but here she is shown aged 51, the age she was widowed, wea...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

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Belgian Volunteers - WW2

Here many Belgians volunteered during World War II to fight with their allies...

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Bomber Harris

Unveiled by the Queen Mother on 31 May 1992, the 50th anniversary of the firs...

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Brady Settlement - opening

This building was opened by Her Royal Highness the Duchess of York, June 24 1...

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Canadian Memorial

Unveiled by the Queen. The Canadian Memorial Foundation website has a colourf...

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Captain John Smith

{On the front of the plinth:} Captain John Smith, citizen and cordwainer, 15...

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