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Nina Douglas-Hamilton, Duchess of Hamilton

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Nina Mary Benita Douglas-Hamilton, Duchess of Hamilton (née Nina Mary Benita Poore; 13 May 1878 – 12 January 1951) was an English peeress and animal rights activist. Early life Douglas-Hamilton was born on 13 May 1878 in Nether Wallop, Hampshire. She was the youngest daughter of Major Robert Poore and Juliana Benita Lowry-Corry; her mother was a daughter of Rear Admiral Armar Lowry Corry. Personal life Three years after her brother, Major Robert Poore, married Flora Douglas-Hamilton, on 4 December 1901 Nina married Flora's brother Alfred Douglas-Hamilton, 13th Duke of Hamilton, at the parish church of Newton Tony, Wiltshire, not far from her parents' home at Winterslow. Together, they were the parents of four sons and three daughters:
  • Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, 14th Duke of Hamilton
  • Lady Jean Douglas-Hamilton
  • George Douglas-Hamilton, 10th Earl of Selkirk
  • Lady Margaret Douglas-Hamilton
  • Lord Malcolm Douglas-Hamilton
  • Lord David Douglas-Hami
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