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  1. 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). Arabella fue hija de sir Winston Churchill (un antepasado del Primer Ministro del mismo nombre) y de Elizabeth Drake.

  2. Tarragona. Jueves, 30 de mayo de 2019. 05:00. Tal día como hoy del año 1730, hace 289 años, moría en Londres ―con 82 años― Arabella Churchill, que en los años centrales de su vida (sobre todo durante los reinados de Jaime II y de Ana I) había sido una de las personas políticamente más influyentes en la corte inglesa.

  3. 16/08/2021 · Born in Musbury, Devonshire, on 23 February 1648, Arabella was the eldest of Sir Winston Churchill and Elizabeth Drake’s children. (Yes, he is an ancestor of the larger-than-life twentieth ...

  4. 22/12/2007 · Arabella Churchill, granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill and a co-founder of the Glastonbury pop festival, who has died aged 58 of pancreatic cancer, meant so much to so many people over the years. A huge, indomitable personality who knew her own mind, she chose a very different path from the dictates of convention and her family background.

  5. 22/12/2007 · Arabella Churchill, granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill and a co-founder of the Glastonbury pop festival, who has died aged 58 of pancreatic cancer, meant so much to so many people over the years.

  6. 28/10/2020 · Arabella Churchill was born in February 1648 to Sir Winston Churchill (from the same family line as the later Prime minister with the same name) and his wife, Elizabeth Drake. Arabella’s family, the Churchills, were devoted royalists who were rewarded for their services once King Charles II was restored to the throne in 1660.

  7. 28/06/2019 · Arabella became the duchess's lady-in-waiting in that year, and gave birth to two children during Anne's lifetime. 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 Stuart, that is "son of James Stuart"). Arabella was the child of Sir Winston ...