Elizabeth I's personal ring, including a picture of her mother, Queen Anne Boleyn. Elizabeth was wearing this ring, which is known as the Checker's Ring, when she died. Quite touching and poignant how she may have had to keep her remembrance of her mother a secret.
Caroline Mathilde sign his confession, 1772 Queen Caroline Mathilde signed on 9 March 1772 her confession that she had had an affair with Struense. Then the divorce judgment, and Caroline Mathilde was exiled.
Princess Louise, fourth daughter of Queen Victoria. She was the only one of Queen Victoria's children to marry a commoner, the Marquess of Lorne, later Duke of Argyle. She was talented in both painting in sculpture and took classes at an art school. Her later life was plagued with marital problems and lasting effects from a head injury sustained during a sleigh accident.
My great grandmother was full blooded Cherokee. Constitution of the Cherokee Nation.....♥