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Ferguson, Sarah, Duchess of York, 1959-

LC control no.n 86101487
LC classificationPR6106.E7655
Personal name headingFerguson, Sarah, Duchess of York, 1959-
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Variant(s)Sarah, Duchess of York, 1959-
York, Sarah, Duchess of, 1959-
Fergie, 1959-
Mountbatten-Windsor, Sarah, 1959-
Windsor, Sarah Mountbatten-, 1959-
Birth date1959-10-15
Found inBurnet, A. The book of the royal wedding, c1986: t.p. verso, etc. (Sarah Ferguson, b. 10-15-59, Duchess of York)
Blaise, 5/87 (York, Sarah Mountbatten-Windsor, Duchess of; ref. from Ferguson, Sarah, 1959- )
Seward, I. Fergie, 1992.
Dining with the Duchess, c1998: t.p. (Sarah, the Duchess of York)
Wikipedia WWW site, May 11, 2011 (Sarah, Duchess of York; b. Sarah Margaret Ferguson, Oct. 15, 1959; married to Prince Andrew, Duke of York, 1986-1996; style during marriage: Her Royal Highness The Princess Andrew Albert Christian Edward, Duchess of York, Countess of Inverness, Baroness Killyleagh; on Aug. 21, 1996, letters patent were issued which removed the style Her Royal Highness from divorced ex-wives of princes but allowed her to retain the title Duchess of York)
Ballerina Rosie, 2012: t.p. (Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York)
The Sunday times (London), Aug. 8, 2021: p. 4 (Sarah Ferguson; Fergie)
Twitter, viewed Aug. 18, 2021 (Sarah Ferguson; @SarahTheDuchess)
Instagram, viewed Aug. 18, 2021 (Sarah Ferguson)
YouTube, viewed Aug. 18, 2021 (Sarah Ferguson)
IMDb, viewed Aug. 18, 2021 (Sarah Ferguson)
Her heart for a compass, c2021: t.p. (Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York) p. 4 of cover (memorist, children's book author, film producer)
A most intriguing lady, 2022: ECIP t.p. (Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York)