Grand Duchess Tatiana

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Duchess, Alberta - Demographics
... In the 2011 Census, the Village of Duchess had a population of 992 living in 360 of its 376 total dwellings, a 1.4% change from its 2006 population of 978 ... In 2006, Duchess had a population of 978 living in 351 dwellings, a 17.0% increase from 2001 ...
Michelle Anches
... Michelle Anches was a woman who claimed to be the Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia ... In 1925, Anches headed to Denmark to meet with Grand Duchess Tatiana's grandmother, Maria Feodorovna ... Michelle Anches was considered very similar to the Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia ...
Duchess Of Kent's Annuity Act 1838
... The Duchess of Kent's Annuity Act 1838 (1 2 Vict ... empowered the Queen to grant an annuity of £30,000 to her mother, the Duchess of Kent, on the condition that all previously existing annuities to the Duchess were to cease ...
Baroness Sophie Buxhoeveden - Involvement in The Anna Anderson Affair
... known to the world as Anna Anderson, was reportedly claiming to be a Romanov Grand Duchess ... It was said that she was Grand Duchess Tatiana ... She claimed, however, according to nurse Thea Malinovski to be Grand Duchess Anastasia in the fall of 1921 ...
Larissa Tudor - Speculation About The Rescue of A Grand Duchess
... and the House of Windsor, Occleshaw speculates that Tatiana was flown out of Siberia by British agents in mid-July 1918 and, with assistance from the ... With the prince's party, the rescued grand duchess allegedly traveled across Canada before she sailed to the United Kingdom on the Canadian Pacific Ocean Service Ltd ... Occleshaw identified Marguerite Lindsay as a possible cover name for a rescued grand duchess ...

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