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  1. Arabella Spencer-Churchill (30 October 1949 – 20 December 2007) was an English charity founder, festival co-founder and fundraiser and a granddaughter of former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill. In 1971, Churchill played a major role in the development of the Glastonbury Festival.

  2. Arabella Churchill (23 February 1648 – 30 May 1730) was the mistress of King James II, and the mother of four of his children (surnamed FitzJames, that is, "son of James"). Contents 1 Life

  3. The family fortune was made in 1665 when Arabella Churchill became maid of honour to Anne Hyde and began an affair with her husband, James, Duke of York. This lasted over a decade; James had four acknowledged children by her, including the Duke of Berwick (1670–1734).

  4. Arabella Churchill mistress of King James II of England; Arabella Steinbacher German classical violinist; Arabella Burton Buckley English scientist and author; Arabella Morton Australian actress; Arabella Spencer Churchill, granddaughter of British PM Winston Churchill (Cosima) Arabella Asereba Kiesbauer, German,Austrian TV presenter

  5. Jacobo II de Inglaterra y VII de Escocia, (Ing. James II of England and VII of Scotland) (Londres, 14 de octubre de 1633-Saint-Germain-en-Laye, 16 de septiembre de 1701) fue rey de Inglaterra, Escocia e Irlanda desde el 6 de febrero de 1685 hasta su deposición en 1688.

  6. 20/09/2022 · Arabella Árbenz: German actress. Arabella Burton Buckley: British author and scientist. Arabella Churchill: Mistress of James II of England. Arabella Field: American actress. Arabella Fermor: Woman who inspired Alexander Pope’s epic poem “The Rape of the Lock.” Arabella Mansfield: America’s first female lawyer.

  7. John Churchill, né le 26 mai 1650 à Musbury en Angleterre et mort le 16 juin 1722 à Cumberland Lodge en Angleterre, comte puis 1 er duc de Marlborough, est un général et homme politique anglais dont la carrière s’étend sur le règne de cinq monarques du XVII e au XVIII e siècle.