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  1. Sarah Copeland. 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. 12. Nov. 2023 · The original Jerome Napoleon grew up into a fine man. His mother wanted him to marry a European princess, but he was not very interested. After studying law at Harvard, he married Susan May Williams, a wealthy heiress from Baltimore. They had two sons more than 20 years apart, Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte and Charles Joseph Bonaparte.

  3. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 13. Aug. 2019 · The Bonaparte Women – Susan May Williams. Tuesday, 13 August 2019, 7:00 Moniek Bloks France, The Royal Women 0. 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 ...

  6. Jérôme Napoléon heiratete 1829 Susan May Williams, die Tochter von Benjamin Williams, dem Mitbegründer der Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, und dessen Ehefrau Sarah Copeland Williams. Jérôme Napoléon und Susan hatten zwei Söhne: Charles Joseph Bonaparte und Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II.

  7. Susan May Williams Bonaparte was the daughter of Benjamin Williams and Sarah Copeland Williams of Baltimore, Maryland. Susan's father amassed a great fortune in consequence of his affiliation with the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Susan carried a substantial portion of this wealth into her marriage to Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte in 1829. The couple ...