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  1. Susan May Williams Bonaparte (April 2, 1812 – September 15, 1881) was an American heiress and the wife of Jérôme Napoléon Bonaparte, a French-American nephew of Napoléon I, Emperor of France and a Baltimore lawyer and landowner.

  2. 13. Aug. 2019 · Susan May Williams was born on 2 April 1812 as the daughter of Benjamin Williams and Sarah Copeland. In November 1829, Susan married Jérôme Napoleon Bonaparte-Patterson, the son of Elizabeth Patterson, and Jérôme Bonaparte, who was the younger brother of Emperor Napoleon I.

  3. Susan May Williams Bonaparte was an American heiress and the wife of Jérôme Napoléon Bonaparte, a French-American nephew of Napoléon I, Emperor of France and a Baltimore lawyer and landowner.

  4. 30. Juni 2017 · Susan May Williams (April 2, 1812-September 15, 1881) was the daughter of Benjamin Williams, a prominent Baltimore merchant originally from Roxbury, Massachusetts, and his wife, Sarah Copeland, widow of Nathaniel Morton.

    • April 02, 1812
    • June 30, 2017
    • September 15, 1881 (69)
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  5. 14. Nov. 2023 · Nachdem er in Harvard Jura studiert hatte, heiratete er Susan May Williams, eine reiche Erbin aus Baltimore. Sie bekamen zwei Söhne im Abstand von mehr als 20 Jahren, Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte und Charles Joseph Bonaparte.

  6. Bust-length portrait of Mrs. Jérôme Napoleon Bonaparte (Susan May Williams) (1812-1881). She is portrayed as a young woman with brown hair tied up in a low, wide chignon typical for the time period. She wears a white ermine stole with black tails.

  7. Loudon Park Cemetery. Created by: Izzebella. Added: Oct 25, 2004. Find a Grave Memorial ID: 9708357. Sponsored by James Burn. Source citation. Daughter of Benjamin Williams , Wife of Jerome Napoleon Boneparte.