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Royal consorts and heirs buried at Windsor
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Windsor Castle has been the site of a Royal compound since William the Conqueror and has over the centuries been built into the largest inhabited castle in the world today.

Although occasional monarchs and their consorts were buried at the castle from the 15th century it wasn't until the 19th century that St George's Chapel and (in the case of Queen Victoria) the nearby Frogmore House superceded Westminster Abbey as the chosen burial place for the British monarchy.

The following is a list of the royal consorts and heirs to the throne who are buried at Windsor.

St George's Chapel
Windsor Castle
Frogmore House
Windsor Home Park
Royal Cemetery
Windsor Home Park

 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle

Lancaster York Tudor Stuart Hanover Saxe-

House of York

Elizabeth Woodville
Wife of Edward IV
died 1492 Portrait


House of Tudor

Jane Seymour
Third wife of Henry VIII
died 1537 Portrait


House of Hanover

Prince Alfred
Son of George III
died 1782 See Note 1 Portrait
Prince Octavius
Son of
George III
died 1783 See Note 1 Portrait
Princess Amelia
Daughter of
George III
died 1810 Portrait
Princess Charlotte
Daughter of George IV
died 1817 Portrait
Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
Wife of
George III
died 1818 Portrait
Edward, Duke of Kent
Son of
George III
died 1820 Portrait
Princess Elizabeth
Daughter of William IV
died 1821 ---
Frederick, Duke of York and Albany
Son of
George III
died 1827 Portrait
Princess Augusta Sophia
Daughter of
George III
died 1840 Portrait
Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen
Wife of
William IV
died 1849 Portrait
Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge
Son of
George III
died 1850 See Note 2 Portrait
Princess Mary
Daughter of
George III
died 1857 Portrait


House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

Alexandra of Denmark
Wife of Edward VII
died 1925 Portrait


House of Windsor

Mary of Teck
Wife of George V
died 1953 Portrait
Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
Wife of George VI
died 2002 Portrait

 Royal Mausoleum, Frogmore House, Windsor Home Park

House of Hanover

Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
Husband of Queen Victoria
died 1861 Portrait

 Royal Cemetery, Windsor Home Park

House of Windsor

Wallis Simpson
Wife of Edward VIII
died 1986 Portrait

1. Prince Alfred and Prince Octavius were originally buried at Westminster Abbey and were transferred to Windsor in 1820.

2. Prince Adolphus was originally buried at Kew and was transferred to Windsor in 1930.

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