The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
Descendant's report for Mary Henrietta von Nassau-Dillenberg [Stuart], Princess Royal of Great Britain, daughter of Charles I Stuart and Henrietta Maria Stuart [de Bourbon], Princesse de France
Generation No. 1
  1. Mary Henrietta von Nassau-Dillenberg [Stuart], Princess Royal of Great Britain was the daughter of Charles I Stuart and Henrietta Maria Stuart [de Bourbon], Princesse de France. She was born 4th Nov 1631 at St. James Palace, St. James, London; died 24th Dec 1660 at Whitehall Palace, Whitehall, London, Died from smallpox; buried after 24th Dec 1660 at Westminster Abbey, Westminster, London
  She married William II von Nassau-Dillenberg on 2nd May 1641. He was born 27th May 1626; died 6th Nov 1650, Died from smallpox; buried after 6th Nov 1650 at Delft, Holland. They had the following children:
2 iWilliam III who was born 4th Nov 1650; died 8th Mar 1703 Kensington Palace, London, Died in a hunting accident; buried after 8th Mar 1703 Westminster Abbey, Westminster, London
   
Generation No. 2
  2. William III von Nassau-Dillenberg, King of Great Britain was the son of William II von Nassau-Dillenberg, Prince of Orange and Mary Henrietta von Nassau-Dillenberg [Stuart], Princess Royal of Great Britain. He was born 4th Nov 1650; crowned King William III of Great Britain 13th Feb 1689; coronation 11th Apr 1689; died 8th Mar 1703 at Kensington Palace, London, Died in a hunting accident; buried after 8th Mar 1703 at Westminster Abbey, Westminster, London
  He married Mary II Stuart on 4th Nov 1677 at St. James Palace, St. James, London. She was the daughter of James II Stuart, King of Great Britain and Lady Anne Stuart [Hyde]. She was born 30th Apr 1662 at St. James Palace, St. James, London; crowned Queen Mary II of Great Britain 13th Feb 1689; coronation 11th Apr 1689; died 28th Dec 1694 at Kensington Palace, London, Died from smallpox; buried after 28th Dec 1694 at Westminster Abbey, Westminster, London
   

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