By Lauren Gilbert
Today on the English Historical Fiction Authors blog, I have posted about Princess Nicholas Esterhazy, born Lady Sarah Caroline Frederica Caroline Child-Villiers.
Lady Sarah Caroline Frederica Caroline Child-Villiers was born August 12, 1822 in London, and was baptized May 27, 1823 in St George’s Hanover Square Parish. Her mother was Sarah Sophia Child-Villiers, Countess of Jersey and her father George Child-Villiers, 5th Earl of Jersey. She was born into one of the wealthiest and most powerful families.
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2 Replies to “Lady Sarah Frederica Caroline Child-Villiers: An English Princess”
Great post– particularly for me, since I’ve had Lady Jersey on the brain a lot lately. All her daughters were very pretty. The Diary of Mrs. Arbuthnot was instructive describing Lady Jersey’s relationship with Princess Esterhazy.
I have her diary. I really enjoy the Duchesse De Boigne and the Duchesse de Dino, too. Lady Jersey is a particular interest of mine as well. Thank you for commenting, Angelyn. I’m so glad you enjoyed the post!
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