List of American heiresses

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Catherine Murat, Princess Murat (née Catherine Daingerfield Willis)
Frances Roche, the Hon. Mrs James Roche (née Frances Ellen Work)
Consuelo Montagu, Duchess of Manchester (née María Francisca de la Consolación "Consuelo" Yznaga)
Nancy Astor, Viscountess Astor (née Nancy Witcher Langhorne)
Beatrice Forbes, Countess of Granard (née Jane Beatrice Mills)
Kathleen Cavendish, Marchioness of Hartington (née Kathleen Agnes Kennedy)
Grace, Princess of Monaco (née Grace Patricia Kelly)

This is a non-exhaustive list of some American socialites, from before the Gilded Age to the end of the 20th century, who married into the European titled nobility, peerage, or royalty. The titles in this list are all mentioned or translated into English.

Before 1865[edit]

From 1865 to 1965[edit]

After the beginning of the Reconstruction Era and the Gilded Age (at the end of the American Civil War on 9 May 1865):

After 1965[edit]

No hereditary peerages have been created in the UK since Baron Margadale on 1 January 1965.

Fictional American heiresses[edit]

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ The comital title of Eliot Zborowski and the title "Count de Montsaulnin" are considered doubtful although tolerated in society.
  2. ^ The title "Duke de Valençay" is one of the titles of the Duke of Talleyrand, but assumed by his younger son Count Boson de Talleyrand-Périgord before he inherits it (in 1937, after his divorce from Helen S. Morton), a pretension tolerated in society.
  3. ^ The princely title of Houreddin Vlora is considered non-genuine although tolerated in society.
  4. ^ The comital title of André de Limur (born into a French ancienne bourgeoisie family with noble connections) is considered non-genuine although tolerated in society.
  5. ^ a b The princely title of Serge Mdivani is considered doubtful although tolerated in society.
  6. ^ The princely title "and Denmark" of Princess Anastasia of Greece (née Stewart) is unlawful by a consideration of the morganatic nature of her marriage for Denmark, although tolerated in society.
  7. ^ The princely title of David Mdivani is considered doubtful although tolerated in society.
  8. ^ The princely title of Alexis Mdivani is considered doubtful although tolerated in society.
  9. ^ The princely title of Artchil Tchkonia is considered non-genuine although tolerated in society.
  10. ^ The baronial title of Arnaud de Rosnay (born into a French ancienne bourgeoisie family with noble connections) is considered non-genuine although tolerated in society.

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