Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld , Duchess of Kent and Strathearn
woman, Princess of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, Princess of Leiningen (1803-1818), and Duchess of Kent and Strathearn (from 1818)
Died aged 74
Commemorated on 4 plaques
This building, formerly the "Sussex Hotel" later became the "Royal Victoria and Sussex Hotel". The coat of arms is that of the Duke and Duchess of Kent, parents of Queen Victoria, who as a child stayed here with her mother in 1834.
The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom where they stayed
This Regency building was formerly the The Royal Three Tuns Hotel visited in 1830 by Princess (later Queen) Victoria and her mother the Duchess of Kent.
Broad Street, Pershore, United Kingdom where they visited
Mary Townley 1753-1839 architect built this house in 1780. The Duchess of Kent and Princess Victoria stayed here in the 1820s
Farley's Ltd., Townley House, Chatham Street, Ramsgate, United Kingdom where they stayed
In 1819-20 This house called Woolbrook Glen was occupied by the Duke & Duchess of Kent & the infant Princess Victoria now Queen of England Empress of India. It was also visited by H.R.H. Prince of Wales in 1856 and by H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh in 1881. H.R.H. The Duchess of Kent visited Sidmouth on 23 September 1986
Glen Road, Sidmouth, United Kingdom where they stayed (1819-1820)