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  1. 16 de ene. de 2023 · Arabella Churchill (1648-1730) Conocida por ser espabilada e inteligente, Arabella Churchill se convirtió en la amante del rey Jacobo II en 1665, con quien tuvo cuatro hijos.

  2. 5 de ene. de 2023 · Jennie Jerome Churchill, née Jeanette Jerome, formally Lady Randolph Churchill, (born January 9, 1854, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.—died June 29, 1921, London, England), American-born society figure, remembered chiefly as the wife of Lord Randolph Churchill and mother of Sir Winston Churchill, prime minister of Great Britain (1940–45, 1951–55).

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  3. 16 de ene. de 2023 · Arabella Churchill (1648-1730) Known for being quick-witted and intelligent, Arabella Churchill was the mistress of King James II in 1665. She had four of his children.

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    In 1629, Edward Hyde married his first wife, Anne Ayliffe of Grittenham. Six months into the marriage, Anne caught smallpox, miscarried and died. Three years later, Hyde married Frances Aylesbury. The couple's eldest daughter was born at Cranbourne Lodge in Windsor in 1637 and named Anne after Edward Hyde's first wife. Almost nothing is known of he...

    Marriage

    After Anne became visibly pregnant in 1660, the couple were obliged to marry. Following the Restoration of the monarchy in May 1660, they held an official but private marriage ceremony in London on 3 September 1660. The wedding took place between 11 at night and 2 in the morning at Worcester House—her father's house in the Strand—and was solemnised by Dr. Joseph Crowther, James's chaplain. The French Ambassador described Anne as having "courage, cleverness, and energy almost worthy of a King'...

    Domestic life

    Anne was not popular at court, although well liked by her brother-in-law. Regarded as "the most unguarded ogler of his time", James had a succession of mistresses throughout their marriage. They included Arabella Churchill, mother of his illegitimate son the Duke of Berwick, who had a highly successful career in the French army, while James secured a series of positions for her brother John Churchill. Anne was not oblivious to her husband's infidelities, Pepys recording she was jealous and ch...

    Anne was ill for 15 months after the birth of her youngest son, Edgar. She bore Henrietta in 1669 and Catherine in 1671. Anne never recovered from Catherine's birth. Ill with breast cancer, she died on 31 March 1671.[b] On her deathbed, her brothers Henry and Laurence tried to bring an Anglican priest to give her communion, but Anne refused and she...

    In the 2003 mini-series, Charles II: The Power and the Passion (or The Last King), Anne Hyde is portrayed by Tabitha Wady.

    Anne Hyde, Duchess of York at the National Portrait Gallery, London
    Miller, John (January 2008). "Anne Hyde". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Vol. 1 (online ed.). Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/14325. (Subscription or UK public library membe...
  4. 9 de ene. de 2023 · In January 1684/5 the house was acquired on behalf of Catherine Sedley, apparently from Arabella Churchill's husband. (fn. 15) In April 1686 it was said that 'the house is furnishing very fine' for occupation by the Countess of Dorchester, as Catherine Sedley had then become, (fn. 16) and she lived here until 1696, when she vacated it on her marriage to Sir David Colyear, afterwards Earl of Portmore.

  5. 19 de ene. de 2023 · From at least 1683 until 1698 the house was occupied by Colonel Charles Godfrey, who married Arabella Churchill after the termination of her connexion with James II, and who became, through the influence of his brother-in-law (the first Duke of Marlborough), Clerk Controller of the Green Cloth and Master of the Jewel Office.

  6. 20 de ene. de 2023 · Churchill was a crisp, classy blonde with blue eyes who appeared in several British films, playing the sardonic heroine in a handful of comic chillers during the early 1930s. She was mainly a theatre actress into the war years and after, [1] [2] an actress for "all theatrical seasons" [3] who was "renowned for her versatility in playing Shakespeare, Restoration comedy, farce, Chekhov and revue".

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