Arabella Churchill. Retrato de Arabella Churchill por Mary Beale (c. 1660). Arabella Churchill ( 23 de febrero de 1648 - Londres, 30 de mayo de 1730) fue amante del rey Jacobo II de Inglaterra y madre de cuatro de sus hijos (los cuales llevan por apellido FitzJames, hijos de James ).
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Churchill was born in London to Randolph Churchill (son of Sir Winston Churchill) and his second wife June Osborne (daughter of Colonel Rex Hamilton Osborne), and was half-sister to Winston Churchill, who was born to Randolph Churchill and his first wife Pamela Beryl Digby, better known as Pamela Harriman. She appeared, at the age of two, in the po...
On Thursday, 20 December 2007, Churchill died at St Edmund's Cottages, Bove Town, Glastonbury, Somerset, aged 58. She had suffered a short illness due to pancreatic cancer, for which she had refused chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Arrangements following her death reflected her Buddhism, and included a parade and simple farewell on the final evening ...Arabella Churchill: The first lady of Glastonbury", The Independent[dead link]
Arabella Churchill (23 February 1648 – 30 May 1730) was the mistress of King James II and VII, and the mother of four of his children (surnamed FitzJames, that is, "son of James"). Life [ edit ] She was a daughter of Sir Winston Churchill and sister of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough ; her other brothers were George ...
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Arabella Churchill may refer to: Arabella Churchill (royal mistress) (1648–1730), mistress of King James II of England and VII of Scotland; Arabella Churchill (charity founder) (1949–2007), founder of the charity Children's World
¿De qué signo es Arabella Churchill? Arabella Churchill es del signo de Piscis . Arabella Churchill (23 de febrero de 1648 - 30 de mayo de 1730) fue amante del rey Jacobo II de Inglaterra y madre de cuatro de sus hijos (los cuales llevan por apellido FitzJames, hijos de James ).
22 de dic. de 2007 · Arabella Churchill, who died on Thursday aged 58, was the unconventional granddaughter of Britain’s wartime prime minister and a founder of the Glastonbury rock festival. Drawn to the bohemian life, she was regarded as something of a wild child in one of the grandest families in Britain.
14 de may. de 2023 · Arabella Churchill. Admiral Churchill's sister Arabella was buried in the Abbey on 10th May 1730 but has no memorial or gravestone. She was a maid of honour to Anne Hyde, Duchess of York and became the mistress of James, Duke of York (who was later King James II). By him she had several children.