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Marriage: Children:
  1. Samuel Joseph Fleming: Birth: 14 JUL 1866 in Bluehaven, Gilvesdon. Death: 19 SEP 1902 in Knight City, Beckettshire County, Newland

  2. Nellie Margaret Fleming: Birth: 14 NOV 1868 in Bluehaven, Gilvesdon. Death: 23 MAY 1920 in Avenwell Bluffs, Cooke County, Newland


Notes
a. Note:   Prince Randolph and Princess Gertrude were only married for four years when he died, under mysterious circumstances, in an obscure part of the Avenwell Islands, leaving behind a two year old daughter Princess Sarah, and a 10 day old son, Prince Philip.
  Princess Gertrude was coerced into marrying again just a few months later, so that her young children could have a father, but the young prince would not live to see his 2nd birthday, as he was killed when his step-father tried, unsuccessfully, to take the castle in 1852.
  King James stripped Walter of his lands and title, and he fled to Bluehaven, Gilvesdon, forcing the grieving Princess Gertrude and Princess Sarah to go with him, where they would have two more children.
  It was during this uprising that, suspicion arose that Walter had something to do with both Prince Randolph and Prince Philip's deaths, but it was never proven.
  Sarah married Stephen Fleming and moved with him and their children to Knight City in 1871. Her mother, Princess Gertrude, came to live with them when her 2nd husband, Walter, died in 1882. Her other children had already remarried and remained in Bluehaven.
  After her husband died in 1900, she moved to Avenwell Bluffs to live with her daughter, Nellie and her family at the Avenwell Mansion. She became ill and it was discovered that she had tuberculosis, and she died May 19, 1902.


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