Margaret Helen Anderson, Mrs. Ronnie Greville. The illegitimate daughter of brewery millionaire William McEwan, Margaret Greville strove to overcome this defect of her birth by becoming THE preeminent hostess of the King's set.
Tanya Glanzman is thankful to write and speak as her Father’s Daughter. As a vessel restored, she brings hope and encouragement wrapped in grace-filled truth into the hearts of women, helping each to know what it means to be a daughter of the King. She is blessed to be a wife and mother, and she is currently pursuing her graduate degree in Christian counseling from Liberty University.
Blanch Mortimer: 'Remains' of medieval traitor's daughter found
The remains of the daughter of a 14th Century traitor are believed to have been discovered in a church tomb in Herefordshire. Blanch Mortimer, who died in 1347, was the daughter of Sir Roger Mortimer, who overthrew King Edward II and ruled England for three years.
Ramses II The Great. He was the son of Seti I and Queen Tuya. Ramses was the 3rd king of the 19th Dynasty. He lived to be 96 years old, had 200 wives and concubines, 96 sons and 60 daughters. One son, Prince Khaemwese, was a high priest of Ptah, governor of Memphis, and was in charge of the restoration of the Pyramid of Unas. Painting by Ramomar [Omar Buckley] whose wonderful gallery is at the link!
Image: Charles de la Fosse - Romulus and Remus. The twin brothers are nursed by a wolf since their vestal virgin mother, and daughter of the rightful king, Rhea Silvia, placed them in the woods. When they grow up, they kill the usurper king and restore their grandfather, Numitor to the throne. After Remus is killed, Romulus founds Rome.
Princess Sitamun [A] - king's daughter, probably the daughter of Ahmose I - DB320, but the "mummy" was just bits and pieces made up to look like a mummy, possibly due to destruction by grave robbers with later "restoration" by priests. Cairo Museum
King Tutankhamun (born Tutankhaten circa 1341 B.C.E) the 12th king of the 18th Egyptian dynasty. During his reign, powerful advisers restored the traditional Egyptian religion, which had been set aside by his almost certainly father, Pharaoh Akhenaten.Tutankhaten's biological mother is unknown but likely was not Akhenaten's principal wife, Queen Nefertiti, although debate about this still remains. Married his half-sister, Ankhesenamun,their only two daughters were stillborn.