DUKE OF ALBANY (styled), 1541: DUKE OF ALBANY (3rd creation), 1565: James Duke of Rothesay (1540–1541) Prince Arthur Stewart Duke of Albany (1541) Mary, Queen of Scots (1542–1587) Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley 1st Duke of Albany (1545–1567) Prince James 2nd Duke of Albany King James VI & I (1566–1625) Dukedom of Albany merged in the Crown ...
: 47 He was succeeded by his nephew, Prince Charles Edward, Duke of Albany (1884–1954), the posthumous son of his youngest brother, Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany. He was survived by his mother, Victoria, who had already outlived two of her children, Alice and Leopold. She died six months later.
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As his father had died before his birth, Prince Charles Edward succeeded to his titles at birth and was styled His Royal Highness the Duke of Albany. After falling ill, the young Royal duke was baptised privately at Claremont on 4 August 1884, two weeks after his birth, and publicly in Esher Parish Church on 4 December 1884 four months later.
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Albany (/ ˈ ɔː l b ən i / AWL-bən-ee) is the capital of the U.S. state of New York, also the seat and largest city of Albany County.Albany is on the west bank of the Hudson River, about 10 miles (16 km) south of its confluence with the Mohawk River, and about 135 miles (220 km) north of New York City.