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  • Such women were childless in a much larger proportion than ordinary women. Cited from Applied Eugenics, by Paul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson
  • Peter eventually separated from his wife and died childless in London.
  • Conversely, a woman may choose to remain childless in order to seek political office.
  • However, he died childless in April 1753, eight months before the death of his father.
  • She died childless in 1733 after the bad health she had after her time as a slave.
  • John II died childless in 1580, and the line died out with his death.
  • He died childless in 1864 and his titles passed to his brother, William.
  • He died childless in 1273 and the lands were divided between his two sisters.
  • When he died childless in 1776, the title became extinct once more.
  • He died childless in France and ownership transferred to his brother Richard Byron.
  • In some cases Levirate marriages are only performed for when a man died childless in order to continue his family line.
  • He died childless in 1818, and his younger brother became the next baronet.
  • The belief is that a man remains childless in consequence of his sins. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 4
  • So, too, that other social animal, man, carries on the race by means of some whom others die childless in order to preserve. Cited from Anthropology, by Robert Marett
  • She made a military attempt to regain her throne, but was unsuccessful, and died childless in Rome.
  • He died childless in 1761 and was succeeded by his brother.
  • Boniface never married and died childless in 1530, after falling from his horse.
  • Henry did not return to power, and died childless in 1489.
  • And Ligoun, being childless in his old age, made much of me, and grown wise, gave me of his wisdom. Cited from Children of the Frost, by Jack London
  • Her daughter returned to Austria in a prisoner exchange, married and died childless in 1851.
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