Arms: Sumner impalling Holme. Crest: A lion's head erased, Ermine, langued Gules and ducally gorged, Or.
His son George Holme Sumner, (1760-1838), was an M.P., for Guilford, Surrey, m. Sophia Lowe, daughter of James Lowe, an attorney.
Portrait at the Coaches Museum LisbonShe married Charles, Prince Royal of Portugal and Duke of Bragança in 1886. Upon her husband’s accession to the throne in 1889 she became Queen of Portugal. They had two sons:
Infante D. Luís Filipe (1887-1908), prince of Beira - as the eldest son of theAfter the wedding, the Princes went to live at the Royal Palace of Belém, whereas King Louis I and Queen Maria Pia lived at the Royal Palace of Ajuda, both in Lisbon. After 1889, they lived at Palácio das Necessidades
Prince Royal, and later Prince Royal and Duke of Bragança. He was murdered
together with his father on February 1st, 1908 by republican radicals; (see, an
article by David Arthur Walters, The 1908 Lisbon Assassinations);
Infante D. Manuel (1889-1932), Duke of Beja, and later (1908) D. Manuel II, king of Portugal and Duke of Bragança, till he was overthrown by a revolution in October 5th, 1910, having lived in exile in England till his premature death in 1932.
Livros Antigos Portugueses, 1489-1600, da Biblioteca de Sua Majestade3 vols., Maggs. Bros, London, [1929, 1932, 1935].
Fidelíssima, descritos por S.M. El-Rei D. Manuel,
Cardinale Infante Ferdinand of Austria (1609/1610 in Escorial near
Madrid, Spain - November 9, 1641 in Brussels) as Hunter 1632-36, Oil on canvas,
191 x 107 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid
Source: Web Gallery of Art