Charlotte White,

Name
Charlotte /White/
Married name
Charlotte /de Sartine/
Birth
Yes

English King
James II
from February 6, 1685 CE (February 16, 1685) to February 13, 1689 CE (February 23, 1689)

English Queen
Mary II
from February 13, 1689 CE (February 23, 1689) to February 13, 1689 CE (February 23, 1689)

Death of a fatherIgnatius White
August 21, 1694
Burial of a fatherIgnatius White
December 15, 1694
English King
William II
from February 13, 1689 CE (February 23, 1689) to March 8, 1702 CE (March 19, 1702)

English Queen
Anne
from March 8, 1702 CE (March 19, 1702) to May 1, 1707 CE (May 12, 1707)

Act of Union
England and Scotland combine to form Great Britain.
May 1, 1707

Death of a brotherJames White
December 10, 1710
Cause: Wounded in action
Death of a motherMary Whorow
after 1712

British Queen
Anne
from May 1, 1707 CE (May 12, 1707) to August 1, 1714 CE (August 12, 1714)

British King
George I
from August 1, 1714 CE (August 12, 1714) to June 11, 1727 CE (June 22, 1727)

Prime Minister of Great Britain
Robert Walpole
from April 3, 1721 to February 16, 1742

British King
George II
from June 11, 1727 CE (June 22, 1727) to October 25, 1760

Prime Minister of Great Britain
Spencer Compton
from February 16, 1742 to August 27, 1743

Prime Minister of Great Britain
Henry Pelham
from August 27, 1743 to March 16, 1754

Prime Minister of Great Britain
Thomas Pelham-Holles
from March 16, 1754 to November 16, 1756

Prime Minister of Great Britain
William Cavendish
from November 16, 1756 to June 29, 1757

Prime Minister of Great Britain
Thomas Pelham-Holles
from June 29, 1757 to May 26, 1762

British King
George III
from October 25, 1760 to January 29, 1820

Prime Minister of Great Britain
John Stuart
from May 26, 1762 to May 26, 1762

Prime Minister of Great Britain
George Grenville
from May 26, 1762 to July 13, 1765

Prime Minister of Great Britain
Charles Watson-Wentworth
from July 13, 1765 to July 30, 1766

Prime Minister of Great Britain
William Pitt
from July 30, 1766 to October 14, 1768

Prime Minister of Great Britain
Augustus FitzRoy
from October 14, 1768 to January 28, 1770

Prime Minister of Great Britain
Frederick North
from January 28, 1770 to March 27, 1782

Prime Minister of Great Britain
Charles Watson-Wentworth
from March 27, 1782 to July 4, 1782

Prime Minister of Great Britain
William Petty
from July 4, 1782 to April 2, 1783

Prime Minister of Great Britain
William Cavendish-Bentinck
from April 2, 1783 to December 19, 1783

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
William Pitt the Younger
from December 19, 1783 to March 17, 1801

Death
Yes

Family with parents
father
16261694
Birth: about 1626Ireland
Death: August 21, 1694St. Germains, France
mother
Marriage
Marriage: May 19, 1681St. James, Duke Place, London, England
brother
1710
Birth:
Death: December 10, 1710Battle of Villa Viciosa, Spain
herself
Father’s family with Mary Fitzmaurice
father
16261694
Birth: about 1626Ireland
Death: August 21, 1694St. Germains, France
step-mother
Marriage
Marriage: about 1659
half-sister
Shared note

Lady of Honour to the Queen of Spain (Source: Maunsell)

Note

In a document among the Stuart papers at Windsor, dated June 1712, his sisters, then with their mother in the service of the Queen of Spain and the Prince of the Asturias of Madrid are stated to be the sole heirs of their father and Grandfather, and in a further declaration dated 12 April 1726, Charlotte Whyte is referred to as Countess of Alby and Marchioness of Albeville of the Empire, Lady of Honour to the Queen of Spain and the legitimate daughter of the late Sir Ignatius Whyte of Ireland, Baronet of England, Count of Alby and Marquis of Albeville, late Ambassador to Holland &c. and now wife of the Sieur Antoine Sartine, Knight of St. Michael and Count of Alby and Marquess of Albeville in right of his marriage. Another daughter m. Gen. Lacey. Comdg. the Regt. of Ultonia or Ulster in Spain 1732 and had a son Captn. Gen. of Artillery to their Catholic Majesties, and two dau. The elder of whom married Gen. Count Brown, and the younger the Marquess Cornada(Canada?) of the ancient family of Terry. Yet a third dau. of the 1st Marquess of Albeville apparently m. Sir Timon Connock, son and h. app of Sir William Connock Bt. It is at all events certain that this Timon married before 21 March 1707 one of the Maids-of-Honor to Mary of Modena and that their son and heir Sir Joseph Connock 2nd Bt. is said to have inherited the title of Count d'Alby of the Empire from his mother and to have been cr. Marquess d'Albeville. (The Nobilities of Europe, pub. 1910).

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