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  1. Lady Charles Cavendish-Bentinck (born Anne Wellesley; 29 February 1788 – 19 March 1875), known between 1806 and 1816 as Lady Abdy, was a British aristocrat and a great-great-grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II.

  2. Anne Wellesley, Countess of Mornington (née Hill-Trevor; 23 June 1742 – 10 September 1831), was an Anglo-Irish aristocrat. She was the wife of the 1st Earl of Mornington and mother of the victor of the Battle of Waterloo , Field Marshal The 1st Duke of Wellington .

    • 23 June 1742
    • Anne Stafford
  3. Anne Wellesley, Countess of Mornington, wife of the 1st Earl, daughter of Viscount Dungannon, and mother of the Duke of Wellington. 1742-1831. dated 1839.

  4. Born at Kensington, Bentinck was the elder son of Lieutenant Colonel Lord Charles Bentinck and of Anne Wellesley, formerly Lady Abdy. He had a younger brother, Arthur Cavendish Bentinck, and two sisters, Anne and Emily.

    • 17 August 1865 (aged 47), Ridgmount, Bedfordshire
  5. 21 de out. de 2016 · Anne Wellesley, beautiful, spoilt, impulsive and quick-tempered, was the eldest daughter of the 1st Marquess Wellesley, Richard Colley Wellesley, and his Parisian wife who had reputedly enjoyed a former career as an opera dancer.

  6. 8 de nov. de 2019 · This time, it's the Wellingtons (Wellesleys) – descendants of the Duke of Wellington. It was the high-society wedding of the year: a pre-wedding dinner in the Moorish splendour of the Alhambra Palace, royals British and European among the guests at the Granada church.

  7. Anne Wellesley, daughter of Richard Wellesley, 1st Marquess Wellesley and Hyacinthe Gabrielle Roland married, firstly, in 1806, Sir William Abdy (marriage dissolved June 1816) and secondly, in July 1816, as his second wife, Lord Charles Bentinck. She died, in her eighty-eighth year, in 1875.