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  1. Catherine Fillol (or Filliol) (c. 1507 – c.1535) was the daughter and co-heiress of Sir William Fillol (1453 – 9 July 1527), of Woodlands, Horton, Dorset, and of Fillol's Hall, Essex. She became the first wife of Sir Edward Seymour , who went on to become the first Duke of Somerset of a new creation, Lord Protector of England and the uncle of King Edward VI , after his sister Jane married ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › KatherineKatherine - Wikipedia

    Katherine, also spelled Catherine, and other variations are feminine names. They are popular in Christian countries because of their derivation from the name of one of the first Christian saints, Catherine of Alexandria .

  3. Catherine Tanvier, dite Cathy Tanvier, née le 28 mai 1965 à Toulouse, est une joueuse de tennis française, professionnelle du début des années 1980 et 1990, reconvertie dans la littérature. Biographie [ modifier | modifier le code ]

  4. Did Thomas inherit his father’s penchant for marital scandal? In 1540, Thomas’s oldest surviving brother Edward disinherited his two sons by his first marriage to Catherine Fillol. It was whispered that Edward questioned their paternity. Rumors endure that Fillol had been impregnated by her own father-in-law, Sir John Seymour.

  5. 14/11/2015 · Catherine Carey was the daughter of Henry VIII’s mistress, Mary Boleyn. Mary was the sister of Henry’s second wife, Anne Boleyn. In 1520 Mary wedded William Carey. Catherine was born c. 1524, and it is suspected that Henry had continued his affair with Mary after she had married William Carey – we all know, what the king wanted, he got.

  6. 13/12/2017 · Queen Elizabeth I with a Fan, 1585-1590. Attr. to John Bettes the Younger. Private Collection. Now that I have shared these fun Elizabeth ‘facts’ with you let’s be realistic – the actual statements about Elizabeth’s teeth are few.

  7. Bécon-les-Bruyères est un lieu-dit du département des Hauts-de-Seine regroupant des quartiers de trois communes, en banlieue de Paris : le quartier de Bécon (commune de Courbevoie) et le quartier des Bruyères (communes d’Asnières-sur-Seine et de Bois-Colombes).