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  1. Elizabeth Monck, Duchess of Albemarle (22 February 1654 – 11 September 1734), later Elizabeth Montagu, Duchess of Montagu, was the eldest daughter of Henry Cavendish, 2nd Duke of Newcastle, and his wife, Frances Pierrepont (1630–1695; daughter of the Hon. William Pierrepont).

  2. 1 de mar. de 2024 · Elizabeth Monck, Duchess of Albermarle (and later Elizabeth Montagu, Duchess of Montagu), was born Lady Elizabeth Cavendish (22 February 1654–11 September 1734) and known for most of her life as the Mad Duchess of Albemarle.

    • September 11, 1734 (80)
    • London, England
    • Private User
    • February 22, 1654
  3. Elizabeth Monck, Duchess of Albemarle (22 February 1654 – 11 September 1734), later Elizabeth Montagu, Duchess of Montagu, was the eldest daughter of Henry Cavendish, 2nd Duke of Newcastle, and his wife, Frances Pierrepont (1630–1695; daughter of the Hon. William Pierrepont ).

  4. Elizabeth Monck (née Cavendish), Duchess of Albemarle. (1654-1734), Wife of Christopher Monck, 2nd Duke of Albemarle. Sitter in 1 portrait.

    • George Monck
    • Monument
    • Nicholas Monck

    George was the second son of Sir Thomas Monck (or Monk) and Elizabeth (Smith) and was born at Potheridge in Devon 6th December 1608. George was a distinguished naval captain and under Cromwell he was General of the land forces and Admiral at Sea. He was principally responsible for the restoration of Charles IIto the throne in 1660 and for his servi...

    The monument to George was not erected until the 1740s and stands in the south aisle of the chapel, as presumably there was no room for it in the aisle where he was buried. The inscription does not even mention Monck, just the names of those who erected it under the terms of Christopher's will: Designed by William Kent and executed by Peter Scheema...

    Nicholas, the third son of Sir Thomas Monck, was born about 1609 and died 17 December 1661. He married Susanna Payne and had two daughters. The Latin inscription on his monument in St Edmund's chapel (which gives a wrong date of death) can be translated: The sculptor was William Woodman and there is no representation of Nicholas on the monument. Th...

  5. Elizabeth Monck, Duchess of Albemarle (22 February 1654 – 11 September 1734), later Elizabeth Montagu, Duchess of Montagu, was the eldest daughter of Henry Cavendish, 2nd Duke of Newcastle, and his wife, Frances Pierrepont (1630–1695; daughter of the Hon. William Pierrepont).

  6. 30 de jan. de 2022 · Etching/line engraving portrait of Elizabeth Monck (née Cavendish), Duchess of Albemarle after Unknown artist; late 18th to early 19th century