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Something you may not have known: Augusta’s ties to the British monarchy

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Augustans joined the rest of the world in mourning along with the public of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth over the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who died Sept. 8 at age 96.

While many may scratch their heads in disbelief as citizens of a country that fought a bloody war against ...

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  1. I’ll offer an even deeper connection to the throne of England. I’m the 20th great grandson of Henry III Plantagenet, King of England. Unfortunately the War of the Roses ended our clain to power! It has been occupied by usurpers ever since That includes the Tudors, Stewarts, and the Windsors! Oh well, such is the life of us Royals!

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