married thrice

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  • He was married thrice, each a woman of considerable wealth, and thus he himself became wealthy.
  • He married thrice and survived by his widow, three daughters and two sons.
  • Although William was married thrice, but each time without a legitimate son.
  • B, studied in Cambridge University, was married thrice in his life time.
  • Although she originally only had two husbands, by the early 1940s, she has been married thrice.
  • He was married thrice, but had no children.
  • He married thrice and two of his marriages were highly publicised in the media.
  • He died on Sunday, 24 October 1703, leaving a widow, and having married thrice.
  • The case of the starling married thrice in one day is capital, and beats the case of the magpies of which one was shot seven times consecutively. Cited from More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II
  • In newar community the girls are married thrice; first to the never decaying bael fruit, second to the eternal sun and finally to a man.
  • De los Reyes married thrice, siring a total of 27 children.
  • Matheson married thrice: His first marriage was to Mary Macleod in 1840.
  • John Dodderidge (1610-1659) is known to have married thrice but his only son John predeceased him.
  • In Vimalsuri's Paumchariya, Rama married thrice when he was in exile.
  • "Aseer Zadi" is a story about a family that prides itself in its traditions and all the men of the family have married thrice since their first and second wives were not capable of bearing them children.
  • Vaughan was married thrice, firstly to Bridget Lloyd, daughter of Thomas Lloyd.
  • Associated with the Sialkot region, he journeyed westward during his successful military career, was a mystic, great horseman and swordsman, had nearly died once (outside the battlefield) and had married thrice.
  • He received his education from the Islamia Collegite High School at Peshawar.(1917) He married thrice, every time after the death of his wives.
  • They got married thrice as of a traditional Rajasthani Hindu wedding in Jaipur, a Christen wedding in Goa and a Court marriage.
  • Cleopatra was still in Rome, and entertained hopes that the boy Caesarion would be declared the dictator's heir; for though he had been married thrice, there was no one of his lineage surviving. Cited from The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 2, by Various
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