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Prince John of the United Kingdom was son of King George V and Queen Mary.

Prince John of the United Kingdom was son of King George V and Queen Mary.

The Lost Prince John of England | che il piccolo John fu presto dimenticato dai Windsor al punto che in ...

The Lost Prince John of England | che il piccolo John fu presto dimenticato dai Windsor al punto che in ...

The Prince John (youngest child of King George V and Queen Mary) in 1913.

The Prince John (youngest child of King George V and Queen Mary) in 1913.

A tender portrait of Prince John (left) and Prince George, the youngest children of King George V and Queen Mary.

A tender portrait of Prince John (left) and Prince George, the youngest children of King George V and Queen Mary.

The cute and tragic prince John of England aka “The lost Prince”

The cute and tragic prince John of England aka “The lost Prince”

Prince John of York, youngest son of King George V and Queen Mary.  An epileptic, he was sent to live in his own household, Wood Farm, on the royal Sandringham Estate when he was 12.  He was accompanied by his devoted nanny, Charlotte Bill, called Lalla.  John became close friends with Winifred Thomas, an asthmatic girl whose uncle was the riding master at Sandringham.  John's condition worsened and he died on 18 January, 1919.  He was 13 years old.

Prince John of York, youngest son of King George V and Queen Mary. An epileptic, he was sent to live in his own household, Wood Farm, on the royal Sandringham Estate when he was 12. He was accompanied by his devoted nanny, Charlotte Bill, called Lalla. John became close friends with Winifred Thomas, an asthmatic girl whose uncle was the riding master at Sandringham. John's condition worsened and he died on 18 January, 1919. He was 13 years old.

Pss Mary, duchess of York and baby Henry, future duke of Gloucester. 1900.

Pss Mary, duchess of York and baby Henry, future duke of Gloucester. 1900.

Prince John, the youngest son of King George V and Queen Mary--He had epilepsy and developmental problems and was sent away to live with his devoted nurse. He died at age 14.

Prince John, the youngest son of King George V and Queen Mary--He had epilepsy and developmental problems and was sent away to live with his devoted nurse. He died at age 14.

The Lost Prince's Grave.  St. Mary Magdalene Church, Sandringham-Norfolk.  The Prince John (John Charles Frances; 12 July 1905-18 Jan.1919)  The youngest son of King George V and Queen Mary. The prince had epilepsy and consequently was hidden from the public eye.

The Lost Prince's Grave. St. Mary Magdalene Church, Sandringham-Norfolk. The Prince John (John Charles Frances; 12 July 1905-18 Jan.1919) The youngest son of King George V and Queen Mary. The prince had epilepsy and consequently was hidden from the public eye.

How Edward VIII was relieved by disabled brother's death.A recently-uncovered letter written by Edward VIII reveals how the royal was 'relieved' to hear that his disabled younger brother, Prince John, had died. Prince John, the youngest child of King George V and Queen Mary, suffered from severe epilepsy and autism and became known as the 'Lost Prince' because he was kept away from the public eye. He was sent to live in a house on the Sandringham estate as his condition deteriorated, and he…

How Edward VIII was relieved by disabled brother's death

How Edward VIII was relieved by disabled brother's death.A recently-uncovered letter written by Edward VIII reveals how the royal was 'relieved' to hear that his disabled younger brother, Prince John, had died. Prince John, the youngest child of King George V and Queen Mary, suffered from severe epilepsy and autism and became known as the 'Lost Prince' because he was kept away from the public eye. He was sent to live in a house on the Sandringham estate as his condition deteriorated, and he…

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