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  1. Henry Paget Facts. 1. He Was A Spoiled Brat. Life didn’t even start out normal for Henry Paget. Born on June 16, 1875, Henry Cyril Paget was the eldest son of the 4th Marquess of Anglesey, making him the heir to a vast amount of fortunes, lands, and manors. Sadly, by the end of his brief, tragic life, Paget would lose all these things and so ...

  2. Henry Cyril Paget, 5. Marquess of Anglesey. Henry Cyril Paget, 5. Marquess of Anglesey (* 16.Juni 1875 in Paris; † 14. März 1905 in Monte-Carlo), bis 1880 unter dem Höflichkeitstitel Lord Paget bekannt, zwischen 1880 und 1898 unter dem Höflichkeitstitel Earl of Uxbridge, war ein britischer Adliger und galt bereits zu Lebzeiten als eines der exzentrischsten Mitglieder des britischen Hochadels.

  3. 11 de ago. de 2022 · Há muitas histórias que foram perdidas não há um registro delas. Um exemplo é o caso de Henry Cyril Paget, o quinto marquês de Anglesey

  4. Henry William Paget ( 17 mai 1768 - 29 avril 1854 ), 2e comte d’Uxbridge, 1er marquis d’Anglesey, plus généralement connu sous le nom de Lord Uxbridge, est un officier britannique qui fut notamment commandant en chef de la cavalerie alliée lors de la bataille de Waterloo, le 18 juin 1815 .

  5. Field Marshal Henry William Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey (1768–1854), who married Lady Caroline Villiers, a daughter of George Villiers, 4th Earl of Jersey. They divorced in 1810 and she married George Campbell, 6th Duke of Argyll. [5] Captain William Paget (1769–1794), an MP who died unmarried. [4]

  6. Henry Paget, 2nd Baron Paget (c. 1539 – 28 December 1568) was an English MP and peer. Henry Paget was the eldest son of William Paget, 1st Baron Paget of Beaudesert, Staffordshire and his wife Anne Preston (d.1587), the daughter and heir of Henry Preston. He was knighted in 1553, and succeeded to the title at the death of his father in 1563.

  7. 17 de jun. de 2018 · In 1809, Paget scandalously eloped with Lady Charlotte and her husband challenged Paget to a duel which took place on Wimbledon Common. Both men discharged their pistols but missed and honour was said to be satisfied. As a result Wellington disliked Henry Paget but the two men were thrown together during the Battle of Waterloo.