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  1. Catherine, Lady Walpole ( née Shorter; 1682 – 20 August 1737) was the first wife of the first British prime minister, Robert Walpole, from 1700 until her death. Contents 1 Biography 2 Children 3 References 4 Further reading 5 External links Biography [ edit]

    • Catherine Shorter, 1682
    • 20 August 1737 (aged 54–55), Chelsea, London, England
  2. 22/06/2022 · Catherine, Lady Walpole, wife of Sir Robert Walpole, Viscount Walpole and Baron Houghton, has a white marble memorial in the south aisle of Henry VII's chapel in Westminster Abbey. The square plinth is by sculptor J.M. Rysbrack surmounted by a copy of a Roman statue of Modesty by F. della Valle.

  3. Catherine, Lady Walpole, ( née Shorter) (1682 – 20 August 1737) was the first wife of British politician and Prime Minister Robert Walpole from 30 July 1700 until her death in Chelsea in 1737. She was buried on the Walpole estate at Houghton in Norfolk, England.

  4. Catherine, Lady Walpole ( née Shorter; 1682 – 20 August 1737) was the first wife of British politician and Prime Minister Robert Walpole from 30 July 1700 until her death in Chelsea in 1737. She was buried on the Walpole estate at Houghton in Norfolk, England.

  5. Catherine Lady Walpole was the first wife of British politician and Prime Minister Robert Walpole from 30 July 1700 until her death in Chelsea in 1737. She was buried on the Walpole estate at Houghton in Norfolk England. She was the daughter of Sir John Shorter a wealthy merchant from Kent and Elizabeth Philipps.

  6. Walpole, Catherine, Lady, 1681 or 1682-1737 Earlier Established Forms Walpole, Catherine, Lady, 1681 or 2-1737 Sources found: The rival wives answer'd, or, Skirra to Clarissa, 1738(name not given)

  7. Catherine, Lady Walpole, ( née Shorter) (1682 – 20 August 1737) was the first wife of British politician and Prime Minister Robert Walpole from 30 July 1700 until her death in Chelsea in 1737. She was buried on the Walpole estate at Houghton in Norfolk, England.