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  1. Princess Xenia Georgievna Romanova Leeds Jud died on 17 September 1965, aged 62, survived by her second husband and by her daughter, Nancy Leeds Wynkoop, and by granddaughter Alexandra. Nancy Helen Marie Leeds Wynkoop died in Woodstock, Vermont on 7 June 2006, aged 81, survived by her husband Edward Judson Wynkoop, Jr. and their daughter Alexandra Wynkoop.

  2. Xenia Alexandrovna Romanova; em russo: ( Великая Княжна Ксения Александровна Романова, transl. Velikaya Knyaginya Xenia Alexandrovna Romanova), ( São Petersburgo, 6 de abril de 1875 - Londres, 20 de abril de 1960) foi a quarta criança e primeira filha do czar Alexandre III da Rússia e da sua esposa ...

  3. Nina and Xenia, the two daughters of Grand Duke George Mikhailovich and Grand Duchess George née Princess Marie of Greece and Denmark, painted in London in 1915. The brushwork of the hair, especially, is exquisite. *** Princess Marie and Grand Duke George, probably at the time of their engagement.

  4. Two years, two months and two days later on 22 August 1903, she had her second daughter and last child Princess Xenia Georgievna. Shortly after Xenia's birth, Grand Duchess Maria's father in law became paralyzed by a stroke and moved permanently to the south of France to recover.

  5. Nina Georgievna da Rússia (20 de junho de 1901 - 27 de fevereiro de 1974) foi a filha mais velha do Grão-duque Jorge Mikhailovich e da Grã-duquesa Maria Georgievna da Rússia. Ela deixou a Rússia antes da Revolução de 1917 com a sua mãe e irmã mais nova e as três passaram a maior parte da Primeira Guerra Mundial na Inglaterra .

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  7. Xenia and her older sister Princess Nina Georgievna, who was born in 1901, left Russia in 1914 to spend the war years in England with their mother. In 1919, her father, his brother Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich, and their cousins Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich and Grand Duke Dmitry Konstantinovich, were executed by a Bolshevik firing squad in St. Petersburg.