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Queen Victoria

Queen VictoriaAKA Alexandrina Victoria Hanover

Born: 24-May-1819
Birthplace: Kensington Palace, Kensington, London, England
Died: 22-Jan-1901
Location of death: Osborne House, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, England
Cause of death: Cerebral Hemorrhage
Remains: Buried, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England

Gender: Female
Religion: Anglican/Episcopalian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Royalty

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Queen of England, 1837-1901

Father: Prince Edward Augustus (son of King George III, b. 2-Nov-1767, m. 29-May-1818, d. 23-Jan-1820)
Mother: Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (b. 17-Aug-1786, d. 16-Mar-1861)
Husband: Prince Albert (cousin, b. 26-Aug-1819, m. 10-Feb-1840, d. 14-Dec-1861)
Daughter: Princess Victoria (b. 21-Nov-1840, d. 5-Aug-1901)
Son: King Edward VII (b. 9-Nov-1841, d. 6-May-1910)
Daughter: Princess Alice (b. 25-Apr-1843, d. 14-Dec-1878)
Son: Prince Alfred (b. 6-Aug-1844, d. 31-Jul-1900)
Daughter: Princess Helena (b. 25-May-1846, d. 9-Jun-1923)
Daughter: Princess Louise (b. 18-Mar-1848, d. 3-Dec-1939)
Son: Prince Arthur (b. 1-May-1850, d. 16-Jan-1942)
Son: Prince Leopold (b. 7-Apr-1853, d. 28-Mar-1884)
Daughter: Princess Beatrice (b. 14-Apr-1857, d. 26-Oct-1944)

    UK Monarch 1837-1901
    Risk Factors: Gout

Appears on postage stamps:
UK, (1 penny, issued 1-May-1840)

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