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  1. 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

  2. A royal mistress is the historical position and sometimes unofficial title of the ... (1646–1699), mistress of Charles II; Arabella Churchill (1648 ...

  3. Sir Winston Churchill FRS (18 April 1620 – 26 March 1688), known as the Cavalier Colonel, was an English soldier, historian, and politician. He was the father of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough and a direct ancestor of his namesake Winston, who served as British prime minister in the 20th century during the Second World War.

  4. In the English court, a royal mistress is a woman who is the lover of a member of the royal family, specifically the king. She may be taken either before or after his accession to the throne. Although it generally is only used of females, by extrapolation, the relation can cover any lover of the monarch whether male or female.

  5. 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).

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › FitzFitz - Wikipedia

    From the Stuart era (1603–1714) and later, there was a revival of the adoption of Fitz surname forms, particularly for illegitimate children of kings, princes, or high nobility, for example Fitzroy for the children of Charles II and one of his mistresses, the Duchess of Cleveland; FitzJames, for the illegitimate children of king James II (1685–1688) and Arabella Churchill; FitzClarence for ...

  7. His sister, Arabella Churchill, was the Duke of York's mistress, and he was to be Anne's most important general. [12] In 1673, the Duke of York's conversion to Catholicism became public, and he married a Catholic princess, Mary of Modena , who was only six and a half years older than Anne.