Anne Seymour, Duchess of Somerset (née Stanhope; Before 1512 – 16 April 1587) was the second wife of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset (c. 1500–1552), who held the office of lord protector during the first part of the reign of their nephew King Edward VI.
Percy Seymour, 18th Duke of Somerset in front of his seat Bradley House in the parish of Maiden Bradley, Wiltshire Percy Hamilton Seymour, 18th Duke of Somerset (27 September 1910 – 15 November 1984), styled Lord Seymour between 1931 and 1954, of Bradley House in the parish of Maiden Bradley , Wiltshire, was a British peer.
10/01/2021 · Portrait Miniature of Thomas Seymour, circa 1545. Workshop of Hans Holbein the Younger. Sometime shortly after, Kateryn wrote to her husband: I gaue yowr lyttel knaue yowr blessyng who lyke anonest man styred apase after and before for Mary Odell beyng abed with me had layd her hand vpon my bely to fele yt styre yt hathe styred thyse thre dayes every mornyng and evenyng so that I trust whan ye ...
Anne, née à Londres le 6 février 1665 et morte dans la même ville le 1 er août 1714 [n 1], est reine d'Angleterre, d'Écosse et d'Irlande du 8 mars 1702 à l'entrée en vigueur des Actes d'Union, le 1 er mai 1707. À partir de cette date, l'Angleterre et l'Écosse forment un royaume unique, la Grande-Bretagne, dont Anne est la première reine jusqu'à sa mort.
05/08/2021 · Following Katherine Parr's death a matter of days after Mary's birth, the newborn's father, Thomas Seymour, placed Mary in the household of his brother, Edward Seymour the Duke of Somerset. But the brothers’ relationship deteriorated and as Thomas faced death for treason, he appointed the Duchess of Suffolk, Katherine’s close friend, as Mary’s guardian.
Anne von Böhmen: 1366: 1394: Lady of the Garter; Ehefrau von König Richard II. Eleanor de Bohun, Countess of Buckingham: Lady of the Garter; Ehefrau von Thomas of Woodstock, später Duchess of Gloucester Anne Hastings, Countess of Pembroke: 1355: 1384: Lady of the Garter Elizabeth de Mohun, Countess of Salisbury
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