Emperor Tewodros' orphaned son Alemayehu Tewodros had an eventful life. Virtually a ward of Queen Victoria, he was taken to England after the Battle of Maqdala, and later to India and Singapore. He was taught to ride and enjoy life in the East, before being transferred to Rugby, where he was subjected to strict British Public School discipline as well as to the cruel English winter. He was enrolled as a cadet in the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst but pined for his native Ethiopia, to which he was prevented from returning. Falling ill at the age of only nineteen, he died and was buried in Windsor Castle.
Retired U.S. Military Veteran, Author Sean Alemayehu Tewodros LinZy Retraces His Great Grand Father Anbessa Zyon Tewodros and his older brother Prince Alemayehu Tewodros. Prince Alemayehu Tewodros was also known as Alamayo Theodore in England.
Sean Alemayehu started researching his Family history of Abyssinian Lineage of the Famous Atse Negus Tewodros II, Kassa Hailu Giorgis, The Conquering Anbesa Of Zyon, Yahudah, Emperor And King of Abyssinia, Ethiopian. Father to the Spiritual Soul of the Royal Prince Son, Le’ul Alemayehu Tewodros From Maqdala, Abyssinia. From Ethiopia t Victoria Era of England during 1861 A.D to 1879 A.D. 1848 Et.
To 1861 Et. (Ethiopian Calendar) 139 Years Later. The Historical accounts of Prince Alemayo Alemayehu Tewodros with Queen Alexandrina Victoria and Captain Tristram Charles Sawyer Speedy. He was the Prince Son of Kassa Hailu Giorgis, Atse Negus Tewodros II, Emperor King of Abyssinia and his Mother Empress Negest Tiruwork Wube.
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