Countess Spéransky Julia Dent Cantacuzène Spiransky-Grant Hand Written Letter

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Countess Spéransky Julia Dent Cantacuzène Spiransky-Grant Hand Written Letter
Countess Spéransky Julia Dent Cantacuzène Spiransky-Grant Hand Written Letter

Countess Spéransky Julia Dent Cantacuzène Spiransky-Grant Hand Written Letter
“Countess Spéransky” Julia Dent Cantacuzène Spiransky-Grant Hand Written 2 Page Letter. This item is certified authentic by Todd Mueller Autographs and comes with their Certificate of Authenticity. Julia Dent Grant Cantacuzène Spéransky. Princess Cantacuzène, Countess Spéransky (6 June 1876 – 4 October 1975), was an. She was the eldest child of. And the second grandchild of. President of the United States. In 1899, she married. Princess Cantacuzène was the author of three first-person accounts of the events leading up to the. In 1917, as well as a personal historian of the Russian people during that time. As the wife of a Russian nobleman, she was in a primary position to observe both the Imperial and. Positions during the Revolution. The title of Countess Spéransky has been alternatively spelled “Spéransky” and Spiranski. Julia Dent Grant was born at the. On 6 June 1876. She was the first child of. Of French ancestry, who made his fortune in Chicago real estate. She was named for her grandmother, the First Lady. At the time of her birth, her father was assigned to the. With the rank of lieutenant colonel. When Julia was 5 years old, her father took a leave of absence from the Army to assist his father, the former president Grant, in writing his memoirs. Julia had fond memories of her grandfather, who died when she was 9 years old. Due to severe financial setbacks, her family came to live with her grandparents in Long Branch, New Jersey. Her memories of him were clearly fond ones, as she remembered the following: My grandfather wasn’t exactly gay, and I do not remember his laughing ever, but the talk between us was very interesting. He always took me seriously. I felt promoted and felt inclined to live up my position as his companion. Sometimes he would pinch my ear or my cheek and say softly,’Julianna Johnson, don’t you cry, and it rather teased me. But generally he held my pudgy dimpled hand on the palm of his, and we learned to count the fingers and dimples together; sometimes I made a mistake and sometimes he did so, letting me correct him. And he taught me “cat’s cradle” with a string. We walked together hand in hand, silent frequently, but at other moments talking of our surroundings, and he called me habitually “my pet, ” or “my big pet, ” which made me very proud. I was not at all afraid of him, for he had a charming, gentle way of acting always, and though his face was generally grave, now and then a sudden gleam lighted up the eyes and made them seem to smile in answer to my chatter. Appointed Julia’s father as. The Grant family traveled together to. Became president, Grant was confirmed to continue in his post in Europe. Julia made her formal début into society in Vienna, at the court of. Empress Elisabeth of Austria. Frederick Dent Grant resigned his position as US ambassador in 1893. (née Honoré) who was representing the Board of Lady Managers of the. World’s Columbian Exposition. Chicago World’s Fair. From 1891 to 1893, aunt and niece travelled throughout Europe to promote interest in the Exposition as well as to collect art. Who was attached to the Russian embassy in Rome. Prince Michael (or Mikhail) was Prince Mikhail Cantacuzène, son of Prince Mikhail Rodionovich Cantacuzène and Elizabeth Siscard, was born on 29 April 1875 in Odessa, Russia. He was a distant relative of Grigorii L’vovich Kantakuzen, who was the Russian representative to the U. From 1892 to 1895. Two weeks after their first meeting in Rome, Prince Cantacuzène followed Julia to Cannes, ostensibly to serve under. After a courtship of two days, the couple became engaged in Cannes. Then embarked upon four months of wedding preparation, during which time they were separated. The couple married at. An Astor home which her aunt. Had leased for the summer season, in. In a small, private Russian Orthodox ceremony the evening of 24 September 1899. The following day at noon there was an Episcopal Church wedding service in All Saints’ Memorial Chapel, Newport. After her marriage, she combined her names, titles, and styles in a Russian manner as Julia Dent Cantacuzène Spiransky-Grant; however, she was commonly referred to as. Prince and Princess Cantacuzène resided in. Or at their estate in. During their early married years, with the Princess giving birth to their three children, Mikhail Mikhailovich, Barbara or “Bertha” Mikhailovna, and Zinaida Mikhailovna. Princess Cantacuzène remained in. In which Prince Cantacuzène served as aide-de-camp and later Major-General, and finally General, in the service of Tsar. He served with distinction and was wounded in battle in 1914; as commander of the South Russia Cossacks, in 1915 he led 15,000 men in what has been called the last great cavalry charge against a fortified position in military history. The family left Russia in the aftermath of the. In 1917, they escaped from. With her jewels sewn into her clothing, and escaped via Finland to the United States. The couple moved to Washington, D. And attempted to attract support for a counter-revolution in Russia, but after news of the assassination of the Tsar and of his brother. Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovich of Russia. The couple relocated to. Joining the firm founded by her aunt. Prince and Princess Cantacuzène divorced on 27 October 1934. Julia Grant Cantacuzène, having re-established her U. Citizenship and reverted to non-aristocratic title and style, moved back to her native Washington, D. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “historicsellsmemorabilia” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
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Countess Spéransky Julia Dent Cantacuzène Spiransky-Grant Hand Written Letter

Countess of Listowel Judith Hare Hand Written Letter Dated 1953 JG Autographs

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Countess of Listowel Judith Hare Hand Written Letter Dated 1953 JG Autographs
Countess of Listowel Judith Hare Hand Written Letter Dated 1953 JG Autographs

Countess of Listowel Judith Hare Hand Written Letter Dated 1953 JG Autographs
This item is certified authentic by JG Autographs and comes with their Certificate of Authenticity. Judith, Countess of Listowel. (12 July 1903 15 July 2003) was a Hungarian-born journalist and writer who married. William Hare, 5th Earl of Listowel. She was born Judit Márffy-Mantuano de Versegh et Leno on the family estate in. On 12 July 1903. In 1926, she won a scholarship to study economic history at the. London School of Economics. Where she met “Billy” Hare, the future 5th Earl of Listowel. The couple were ill-fitted, they travelled around Europe together and separately for the rest of the decade. Was declared, Lady Listowel urged both. S son-in-law, and her kinsman, the Hungarian prime minister. Not to side with. Beginning her career as an author in the 1920s, Lady Listowel produced a volume of short stories about Hungarian society, as well as other works including: This I Have Seen (1943), which was an account of her early life. Crusader In The Secret War. (1952), an account of the activities of. During World War II, Manual of Modern Manners (1959) The Modern Hostess (1961), which attracted widespread attention, The Making of Tanganyika (1965), Dusk on the Danube (1969) and the thoroughly researched “A Hapsburg TragedyCrown Prince Rudolf” (1978). She died 3 days after her 100th birthday in July 2003, possibly in England. The item “Countess of Listowel Judith Hare Hand Written Letter Dated 1953 JG Autographs” is in sale since Saturday, September 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Royalty Collectibles”. The seller is “historicsellsmemorabilia” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Turks and caicos islands, Bangladesh, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Nicaragua, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Viet nam, Uruguay, South africa, Colombia, Antigua and barbuda, Saint lucia, Barbados, Bermuda, Cayman islands, Sri lanka, Maldives, Oman, Reunion, Montserrat.
Countess of Listowel Judith Hare Hand Written Letter Dated 1953 JG Autographs