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  1. Father. James, Duke of York. Mother. Anne Hyde. Charles Stuart, Duke of Kendal (4 July 1666 – 22 May 1667) was the third son of James, Duke of York (later James II of England) and his first wife Anne Hyde . Charles was born on 4 July 1666 at St James's Palace.

  2. The Duke of Kendal pub in Paddington; it takes its name from Charles Stuart, Duke of Kendal. Charles Stuart, Duke of Kendal (1666–1667) Earls of Kendal, Fourth Creation (1689) George of Denmark, 1st Earl of Kendal and Duke of Cumberland (1653–1708) Duchess of Kendal, Second Creation (1719)

  3. Genealogy for Charles Stewart, Duke of Kendal (1666 - 1667) family tree on Geni, with over 230 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

    • July 04, 1666
    • March 16, 2015
    • May 22, 1667 (10 months)
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    • The Gazette and Royal Babies
    • Charles Stuart, Duke of Kendal
    • Edward VII
    • Elizabeth II
    • Charles, Prince of Wales
    • Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
    • Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor

    Throughout its history, The Gazette has played a significant part in keeping the public informed about the monarchy and has been documenting royal births since the 17th century. Since The Gazette began recording royal births, many traditions and customs have changed, but others have remained. For example, from 1894 until 1936 Home Secretaries were ...

    The first birth of a royal baby to be recorded in The Gazette was that of Charles Stuart, Duke of Kendal, son of the future King James II. He was born on 4 July 1666 and his birth was recorded in The Gazette with a short, one-sentence announcement (Gazette issue 67): “This afternoon her Royal Highness was happily delivered of a Son, at St. James.” ...

    The first birth of a future monarch to have its own Gazette Extraordinary edition dedicated to it was that of Edward VII, who was born “at twelve minutes before eleven” in Buckingham Palace on 9 November 1841 (Gazette issue 20035). According to The Gazette, the birth of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s eldest son was “immediately made known to th...

    The birth of Elizabeth II was commemorated with a Gazette Extraordinary edition (Gazette 33153) on 21 April 1926. The edition read: “This morning at twenty minutes before three o'clock Her Royal Highness The Duchess of York was safely delivered of a Princess at 17, Bruton Street, Mayfair. His Royal Highness The Duke of York and the Countess of Stra...

    Current heir apparent, Charles had a Gazette Extraordinary edition published the day after his birth as he was seemingly born too late in the day for The Gazette to publish on 14 November 1948 (Gazette issue 38455): “Yesterday evening at fourteen minutes after nine o'clock Her Royal Highness The Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, was safely ...

    The Gazette did, however, manage to publish a Gazette Extraordinary for Prince William on same evening as the birth on 21 June 1982 (Gazette issue 49027). William was the first royal in the direct line of succession to the throne to be born in a hospital and The Gazette Extraordinary was the first for a royal birth which did not mention the firing ...

    The most recent edition of The Gazette to document a royal birth was published on 13 May 2019 to mark the birth of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, at the time the seventh in line to the throne. The Gazette Extraordinary was published a week after Archie’s birth on 6 May 2021 (Gazette issue 62640): “On 6 May at 05.26, Her Royal Highness The Duc...

  4. Charles Edward Stuart (1720–1788), aka "Bonnie Prince Charlie" or "The Young Pretender", Jacobite claimant to the thrones of Scotland, England and Ireland; Peers. Charles Stuart, Earl of Lennox (1557–1576) Charles Stuart, 6th Earl of Moray (died 1735) Charles Stuart, Duke of Kendal (1666–1667) Charles Stuart, Duke of Cambridge (1660–1661)

  5. View history Tools Charles Stuart, Duke of Cambridge may refer to either of two sons of James, Duke of York (later James II of England & VII of Scotland): Charles Stuart, Duke of Cambridge (1660–1661), son of James, Duke of York and Anne Hyde Charles Stuart, Duke of Cambridge (1677), son of James, Duke of York and Mary of Modena See also [ edit]