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  1. Catherine Wellesley, Duchess of Wellington. Catherine Sarah Dorothea Wellesley, Duchess of Wellington ( née Pakenham; 14 January 1773 – 24 April 1831), known before her marriage as Kitty Pakenham, was the wife of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington .

    • Catherine Sarah Dorothea Pakenham, 14 January 1773, Dublin, Ireland
    • 24 April 1831 (aged 58), Apsley House, London, England
  2. My suggestion for the title is "Catherine Wellesley, Duchess of Wellington" as I stated above. The current title is the equivalent of having an entry for Michael Micklewhite - taking the first name that they are commonly known by and adding their real surname to create a new hybrid name that has never been used by anybody.

    • Early Life
    • Marriage to Arthur Wellesley
    • Duchess of Wellington
    • Death

    The daugh­ter of Ed­ward Pak­en­ham, 2nd Baron Long­ford, and the for­mer Cather­ine Row­ley, she was born Cather­ine Pak­en­ham on 14 Jan­u­ary 1773 in Dublin, Ire­land. She be­came "The Ho­n­ourable Cather­ine Pak­en­ham" when her fa­ther suc­ceeded as the 2nd Baron Long­ford in 1776. She had met Welles­ley in Ire­land when they were both young, and Welles­ley, after nu­mer­ous vis­its to the Long­fords' Dublin home, made his feel­ings to­wards her clear. At the time her fam­ily dis­ap­proved of the match: Welles­ley was the third son of a large fam­ily and looked to have lit­tle in the way of prospects. After the re­jec­tion by the Pak­en­hams, Welles­ley be­came se­ri­ous about his mil­i­tary ca­reer, was posted to the Nether­lands and India, en­joyed a spec­tac­u­lar rise, and seem­ingly for­got Kitty. Al­though she re­mained hope­ful that they would be re­united, she ad­mit­ted to a friend, Olivia Spar­row, after many years that she thought the "busi­ness over". She be­came en...

    Pak­en­ham had been a pretty, vi­va­cious girl when Welles­ley had met her ten years be­fore, but she had been very ill in 1795-6, dur­ing his absence, and was thin, pale and in poor health by the time he in­formed their mu­tual friend Olivia Spar­row that he was re­turn­ing to Eng­land and that she should "renew the propo­si­tion he had made some years ago" on his be­half. Pak­en­ham feared that Welles­ley felt bound by promises he had made ten years ear­lier and was in two minds as to whether to ac­cept the pro­posal. De­spite his more for­mal pro­posal after he had ob­tained her brother's per­mis­sion, she in­sisted that he should see her in per­son be­fore com­mit­ting him­self. Welles­ley trav­elled to Ire­land to meet her, and al­though he was ob­vi­ously dis­ap­pointed in the change in her (he said to his brother "She has grown ugly, by Jove!"), went ahead with the mar­riage. The cou­ple were mar­ried on 10 April 1806,by Welles­ley's cler­gy­man brother Ger­ald, and after a b...

    She be­came the Duchess of Welling­ton on Welles­ley's cre­ation as the Duke of Welling­ton on 3 May 1814 and even­tu­ally joined him in France when he was ap­pointed Am­bas­sador after Napoleon's exile to Elba. Lady Eliz­a­beth Yorke com­mented that "her ap­pear­ance, un­for­tu­nately, does not cor­re­spond with one's no­tion of an am­bas­sadress or the wife of a hero, but she suc­ceeds un­com­monly well in her part". Maria Edge­worth, how­ever, found her "de­light­ful" and "ami­able" and com­mented that: Ger­maine de Staëlde­scribed Kitty as "adorable".

    She be­came se­ri­ously ill in 1831, which brought Welling­ton to her bed­side. She ran a fin­ger up his sleeve to find if he was still wear­ing an arm­let she had once given him, "She found it, as she would have at any time these past twenty years, had she cared to look for it" re­marked Wellington. "How strange it was", he went on to say, "that peo­ple could live to­gether for half a life­time and only un­der­stand each other at the end".She died on 24 April.

  3. 17/05/2007 · Catherine Sarah Dorothea Wellesley, Duchess of Wellington (née Pakenham; 14 January 1773 – 24 April 1831), known before her marriage as Kitty Pakenham, was the wife of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington.

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