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  1. Edwina Cynthia Annette Mountbatten, Countess Mountbatten of Burma (née Ashley; 28 November 1901 – 21 February 1960), was an English heiress, socialite, relief worker and the last vicereine of India as the wife of (the then) Rear Admiral The 1st Viscount Mountbatten of Burma.

  2. Edwina Mountbatten (nascida Edwina Cyntia Annette Ashley Mountbatten; Broadlands, 28 de novembro de 1901 - Kota Kinabalu, 21 de fevereiro de 1960) foi uma herdeira inglesa, socialite e esposa de Louis Mountbatten. Foi a última vice-rainha da Índia. Ela era filha primogênita de Wilfred William Ashley e de Amalia Mary Maud

  3. Edwina Mountbatten Facts. 1. She Wasn’t Like You Or Me. Edwina Mountbatten was a huge society catch. Born Edwina Ashley in 1900, she was the maternal granddaughter of the powerful magnate Ernest Cassel, a financier to royals and one of the most influential men in England.

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    The Hon. Dame Edwina Cynthia Annette Mountbatten (née Ashley), CI, GBE, DCVO, 'Lady Louis', Countess Mountbatten of Burma was born on 28th November 1901 at 32 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London, the eldest daughter of Lt-Col. The Rt Hon. Wilfrid William Ashley, 1st Lord Mount Temple (1867-1939) and Miss Amalia Mary Maud 'Maudie' Cassel (1879-1911).

  5. Mountbatten, Edwina Ashley (1901–1960) Countess Mountbatten of Burma who was vicereine of India . Name variations: Lady Mountbatten of Burma. Born Edwina Cynthia Annette Ashley in London, England, on November 28, 1901; died on February 21, 1960, in Jesselton, North Borneo; eldest of two daughters of Colonel Wilfred William Ashley, baron Mount ...

  6. 8 de abr. de 2017 · Edwina was born in 1901, in Hampshire, England, as the oldest daughter of Wilfred William Ashley. Her father was a British soldier, and conservative politician who served as a Minister of transport from 1924 to 1929. He became 1st Baron Mount Temple in 1932. Lady Edwina, one of the richest heiresses in the world and descendant of Jewish bankers.

  7. Edwina's health continued to be of concern and in June 1959 she wrote to Nehru that she was 'not so good' and complained of being breathless. Prior to her forthcoming tour of Malaya and Borneo, Edwina saw her doctor who advised her not to 'over do it' as her angina had got worse, however true to Edwina’s usual behaviour, not a word was mentioned about how tired she was, how the chest pains ...