Person record: GEORGE V, King   (1865-1936)

Basic biographical summary of this person
NameKing GEORGE V
Gendermale
Relevance of this personKing of United Kingdom; subject of lantern slides 
Main period of activityN/A
Other internet resourcessee record in VIAF (Virtual International Authority File)
Relationships to other peoplegrandson of VICTORIA, Queen   (1819-1901)
son of EDWARD VII, King   (1841-1910)
nephew of EDINBURGH, Duke of   (1844-1900)
son of ALEXANDRA, Queen   (1844-1925)
nephew of CONNAUGHT AND STRATHEARN, Duke of   (1850-1942)
brother of CLARENCE AND AVONDALE, Duke of   (1864-1892)
married to MARY, Queen   (1867-1953)
father of EDWARD VIII, King   (1894-1972)
father of GEORGE VI, King   (1895-1952)
father of JOHN, Prince   (1905-1919)
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
3 June 1865born atLondon, England
30 January 193670died atSandringham House, Sandringham, Norfolk, England
Slide sets linked to this personmodel: King George V.: Patron of the R.S.P.C.A. (portrait: maker unknown, 1 slide, n.d.) – portrait person
Slide images showing this person King George Cheered by his Men -- slide 29 of <em>The World War: chapter IV -- coming to grips</em> (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1915) H.R.H. the Duke of Cornwall and York -- slide 8 of <em>Celebrities from direct negatives</em> (portrait: York & Son, 146 slides, n.d.) Melbourne. Laying the Foundation Stone -- slide 27 of <em>The royal tour to the British colonies</em> (lecture: York & Son, 60 slides, 1902) [Slide title unknown] -- slide 15 of <em>The veteran's song: long live the King!</em> (song: Bamforth & Co., 16 slides, 1911) England v. Scotland -- Rugby at Richmond March 20th 09 -- H.R.H. Prince of Wales leaving after the match -- slide 8 of <em>Tyler's topical slides: series 11</em> (news: Walter Tyler, 20 slides, 27 March 1909) Prince of Wales, interested in sport, opening the new playing fields at Fairlop -- slide 14 of <em>Tyler's topical slides: series 20</em> (news: Walter Tyler, at least 20 slides, 29 May 1909) Royal Tour in Cornwall -- Prince and Princess listening to chorus of children singing God Bless the Prince of Wales in the Castle Grounds -- slide 14 of <em>Tyler's topical slides: series 22</em> (news: Walter Tyler, at least 14 slides, 12 June 1909)
 Prince and Princess of Wales on their way to Glastonbury Abbey -- slide 14 of <em>Tyler's topical slides: series 24</em> (news: Walter Tyler, at least 15 slides, 26 June 1909) International Rugby -- England v. Ireland -- Prince of Wales an interested spectator -- slide 9 of <em>Tyler's topical slides: series 55</em> (news: Walter Tyler, at least 14 slides, 1910) The Lords and the Crisis -- The Prince of Wales walking from Malborough House to the House of Lords -- slide 1 of <em>Tyler's topical slides: series 58</em> (news: Walter Tyler, at least 1 slide, 1910) Our Sailor King on board a Dreadnought -- slide 53 of <em>[The British Royal Navy in the First World War]</em> (lecture: Newton & Co., at least 60 slides, n.d.)
Slide set references

major subject of: Accession of Edward VII (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1901)

major subject of: The Coronation of King George V (lecture: Graystone Bird, 20 slides, 1911)

major subject of: The Coronation of King George V (lecture: Newton & Co., 58 slides, 1911)

major subject of: Coronation of King George V (lecture: York & Son, 87 slides, n.d.)

major subject of: A famous orator: an evening with John B. Gough (lecture: UK Band of Hope Union, 50 slides, 1900)

major subject of: [King George V and Queen Mary] (portrait: York & Son, 4 slides, n.d.)

major subject of: King George V.: Patron of the R.S.P.C.A. (portrait: maker unknown, 1 slide, n.d.)

major subject of: Life of King Edward VII: chapter IV -- 'the King is dead, long live the King!' (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1910)

minor subject of: The passing of King Edward VII: London to Windsor (lecture: York & Son, 31 slides, 1910)

major subject of: The royal tour to the British colonies (lecture: York & Son, 60 slides, 1902)

major subject of: With Royalty through Canada (lecture: maker unknown, 26 slides, n.d.)

image appears in: [The British Royal Navy in the First World War] (lecture: Newton & Co., at least 60 slides, n.d.)

image appears in: Celebrities from direct negatives (portrait: York & Son, 146 slides, n.d.)

References
(* = main subject)

* The accession of Edward VII (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1901)

* Charles Harvey (compiler), A famous orator: an evening with John B. Gough (London: UK Band of Hope Union, 1900)

* Life of King Edward VII: chapter IV 'the King is dead, long live the King!' (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1910)

Lucerna ID no. 6002560Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 July 2017