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  1. Jane Spencer, Baroness Churchill VA (née Conyngham; 1 June 1826 – 24 December 1900) was an English aristocrat and companion of Queen Victoria. From 1854 to her death, Churchill served as a Lady of the Bedchamber to Victoria; this made her the longest serving member of the queen's personal household.

  2. Jane Spencer-Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough (29 March 1798 – 12 October 1844), formerly Lady Jane Stewart, was the first wife of George Spencer-Churchill, 6th Duke of Marlborough. Jane was the daughter of George Stewart, 8th Earl of Galloway, and his wife, the former Lady Jane Paget, and was the first cousin of George Spencer ...

  3. Clarissa Spencer-Churchill, daughter of Jack Spencer-Churchill (younger brother of Sir Winston Churchill), married Sir Anthony Eden, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Sir Winston Churchill (1874–1965), Prime Minister of the United Kingdom , grandson of the 7th Duke of Marlborough , married Clementine Hozier (1885–1977), later a life peeress in her own right as Baroness Spencer-Churchill .

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  4. A carte-de-visite portrait of Jane Spencer, Lady Churchill: full length, standing and leaning against a desk or whatnot, wearing a hat and holding an umbrella. Lady Churchill was Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Victoria from 1854 until her death on Christmas Eve 1900, making her the longest serving member of Queen Victorias household.

  5. by Scott Mehl © Unofficial Royalty 2018. photographed in Darmstadt, 1862. source: Royal Collection Trust RCIN 2906937. Jane Spencer, Baroness Churchill. Jane Spencer, Baroness Churchill, a Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Victoria from 1854 until 1900, was the longest-serving member of Queen Victoria’s household.

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  6. Description. Photograph of a full length portrait of Lady Jane Spencer, Baroness Churchill (1826-1900) standing, facing towards the camera. She leans her right arm against a pedestal, to her right. Churchill was Lady of the Bedchamber from 1854. Provenance. Acquired by Prince Albert. People involved. Physical properties. Groupings. References.

  7. Birth Name: Lady Jane Conyngham; Served: 1854 – 1900; Parents: Francis Conyngham, 2nd Marquess Conyngham and Lady Jane Paget; Husband: Francis Spencer, 2nd Baron Churchill; Unofficial Royalty: Jane Spencer, Baroness Churchill; Noted for: longest-serving member of Queen Victoria’s household; Maria Bosville-Macdonald, Baroness Macdonald of Slate