Há 1 dia · Lady May Helen Emma Abel Smith (formerly Lady May Cambridge, née Princess May of Teck; 23 January 1906 – 29 May 1994) was a relative of the British royal family. She was a great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria and a niece of Queen Mary. She led a private life in Britain.
- Royal Burial Ground, Frogmore
- Anne Liddell-Grainger, Richard Abel Smith, Elizabeth Wise
Smith’s and Lady May’s engagement was officially announced in August 1931. Despite some opposition from Lady May’s family because of her royal lineage, the King consented to the marriage, which took place on 24 October that year at St Mary’s parish church, Balcombe, Sussex.
Há 4 dias · Lady May Abel Smith, nacida princesa May de Teck ( May Helen Emma Abel Smith; 23 de enero de 1906 - 24 de mayo de 1994) era descendiente de la familia real británica, bisnieta de la reina Victoria del Reino Unido. Desde su nacimiento fue conocida como la 'princesa May de Teck, título en el Reino de Wurtemberg.
- May Helen Emma
- 23 de enero de 1906, Claremont House, Surrey, Inglaterra, Reino Unido Reino Unido
- 29 de mayo de 1994 (88 años), Londres, Reino Unido Reino Unido
- Princesa de Teck
29 de mai. de 2020 · Lady May Helen Emma Abel Smith (formerly Lady May Cambridge, née Princess May of Teck; January 23, 1906 – May 29, 1994) was a relative of the British Royal Family. She was a great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and a niece of Queen Mary, consort to King George V of the United…
1 de mar. de 2023 · Lady May Abel Smith (1906-1994) was born as Princess May of Teck as daughter of Prince Alexander of Teck (later Earl of Athlone) and Princess Alice of Albany, and after 1919 became known as Lady May Cambridge, when the family renounced all Germanic titles. She married Henry Abel Smith in 1931.
Lady May Abel Smith is a 88 years old British Royal Family descendant from Esher, England. Lady May Abel Smith was born on January 23, 1906 (died on May 29, 1994, she was 88 years old) in Esher, England .
16 de mar. de 2023 · Lady May, who married Henry Abel Smith in 1931, was not a carrier. In January 1922, several newspapers reported that the "prominent appearance" of Princess Alice and Lord Athlone at Queen Wilhelmina's "official New Year's reception," gave credence to the "well-founded rumor" that Rupert, who was styled by the courtesy title, Viscount Trematon "is regarded as a probable candidate for Princess ...