Edward VII.

Edward VII., king of Great Britain and Ireland and “all the British Dominions beyond the Seas,” born 9th November 1841, succeeded his mother, Queen Victoria, 22nd Jan. 1901. On 10th March 1863 he married Princess Alexandra, eldest daughter of Christian IX. of Denmark, and has four surviving children: George, Prince of Wales, b. 1865; Louise, Duchess of Fife, b. 1867; Victoria, b. 1868; and Maud, b. 1869, who married Prince Charles of Denmark. The king's eldest son, Albert Victor, b. 1864, died January 14, 1892.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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