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Birth:Nov 13 1871
Death:June 30 1934
Name:Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill
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Text:"... probably lay claim to more distinguished titles than any other Peer of the Realm. To enumerate a few of them he is CharlesRichardJohnSpencer-Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, Baron Spencer, Earl..."
Date:July 2 1910
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... calendar months from the date hereof between me and the other per- son herein named. CharlesRichardJohnSpencerChurchill, Duke of Marlborough, peer of the Realm; aged 49; home at 25 Avenue Champs Elysees..."
Date:June 10 1921
Publication:Olean, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... to become a prominent factor 'in the society of two na- tions. and n is not unlikely t-hat great po- litical distinction also awaits him Ihe fattier of, this Important younj- per- son is CharlesRichardJohn..."
Date:Sep 23 1897
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... discipline of her mother guided her early life and dic- tated her first marriage to CharlesRichardJohnSpencer- Churchill, ninth Duke of Marl- borough. It ended in divorce land then annulment. The beautiful..."
Date:Dec 8 1964
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... silk dress of deep blue and a large blue picture hat, the shade having been selected by her to bring good fortune. The duke gave his name as “CharlesRichardJohnSpencerChurchill, duke of the realm..."
Date:June 24 1921
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... of Marlborough. The present duke married Consuelo Vander- bilt, daughter of William K. Vanderbilt. in 1895. He was born in tSTl. nnd his full name is CharlesRichardJohnSpencer-Churchill. In addition to his..."
Date:Jan 21 1907
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... the wife of \ .'ount Paul Ernest lionil'aeo de Gas-’1 :ellune on March I, lSii’i. Eight months uter, Nov. (i, t'onsuelo Vanderbilt be-•ame the wife of CharlesRichardJohnSpencer-Churchill. dike of Marlbor..."
Date:Nov 29 1906
Publication:Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States of America
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Text:"... millions which he father, William K. Vanderbilt spent lavishly on her. But thi iron discipline of her mothe: guided her early life and die tafed her first marriage tc CharlesRichardJohnSpencerChurchill..."
Date:Dec 7 1964
Publication:Beckley, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... York and she soon was off to Budapest on the arm of Count Anton Sisray. With her went 7 million dollars. NO INCOME TAX In 3S95 William K. Vanderbilt sijncd a contract promising CharlesRichardJohn..."
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... Cornelius Vanderbill, had founded the New York Ccnlral Railroad and provided the base for the family's for- tune. At 17, the shy, dark-haired Miss Vanderbilt reluctantly married CharlesRichardJohn! Spencer-Churchill..."
Date:Dec 7 1964
Publication:Portsmouth, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... as “CharlesRichardJohnSpencerChurchill, duke of the realm,” and his age as 49. The bride gave her name as Gladys Marie Deacon, daughter of Edward Parker Deacon of Boston, spinster, gentlewoman. No age..."
Date:June 24 1921
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... honours on Sunday, First, CharlesRichard- JohnSpencer-Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, enters on his thirty-fourth year. He has held the office of Chancellor of the Primrose League, served in the South..."
Date:Nov 12 1904
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the base for the family's for- tune. At 17. the shy. dark-haired Miss Vanderbilt reluctantly married Charle_sRichardJohnSpencer-Churchill, ninth duke of Marlborough. He was a first cousin of Winston..."
Date:Dec 8 1964
Publication:Fairbanks, Alaska, United States of America
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Text:"... the most out of life, whether in sports, in love, adventure or in politics.” First Cousin At 17, the shy, dark-haired M1.SS Vanderbilt reluctantly married CharlesRichardJohnSpencer-Churchill, ninth duke..."
Date:Dec 7 1964
Publication:Lubbock, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... New York, Nov. 6.—Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt was united in marriage at 12:30 o'clock to-day, in the Protestant Episcopal church of St. Thomas, to CharlesRichardJohnSpencerChurchill, ninth duke..."
Date:Nov 7 1895
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... have become sadly wasted by dis- sipation aud neglect. CharlesRichardJohnSpencerChurchill, tho ninth Duko of Marl- borough, will bo twenty-four yeara old on November 13. Ho attained his majority four..."
Date:Nov 6 1895
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...- nine of a "stuffed shirt." And out on "Longuyland" the Duke of Marl- borough, as the Marquess of Blan- ord, came In for much severe cri- Iclsm. _ Now all Is chanced. Pcrhnps CharlesRichardJohnSpencer..."
Date:Feb 17 1935
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... Charles Spencer. If he should write his full name and all his titles, the inscrip- tion -would read like this: CharlesRichard] JohnSpencerChurchill, ninth duke of Mariborough, marquis of Blandford, earl..."
Date:Nov 6 1895
Publication:Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... Vanderbilt, had founded the New York Central Kailroad and provided the base for the family's for- tune. At 17, the shy, dark-haired Miss Vanderbilt reluctantly married CharlesRichardJohnSpencer-Churchill..."
Date:Dec 7 1964
Publication:Ada, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:".... And he stared back at me. I s'pose he wanted me to speak, I thought I'd try and I said "Halloo1" to Teddy Brown, lie said to me ffuturit llnstmnil. Boston Herald. His full name is CharlesRichardJohn..."
Date:Oct 31 1895
Publication:Correctionville, Iowa, United States of America
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