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  1. Catherine FitzCharles was the illegitimate daughter of Charles II of England and his mistress Catherine Pegge.[1] Her older brother by one year, Charles FitzCharles, was made the 1st Earl of Plymouth by his father.[2] Little is known about Catherine's life, but she is thought to have become a Benedictine nun at Dunkirk Abbey in Dunkirk, France, like many other highborn Englishwomen during the ...

  2. She had two children by him, Charles FitzCharles, 1st Earl of Plymouth, and Catherine FitzCharles . Pegge Family Arms. Background [ edit] Catherine was the daughter of Thomas Pegge of Yeldersley, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, and his wife, Catherine Kniveton, daughter of Sir Gilbert Kniveton, Baronet, and wife.

  3. Charles FitzCharles, 1st Earl of Plymouth (1657 – 17 October 1680) was the illegitimate son of King Charles II of England, by Catherine Pegge. He had a sister called Catherine FitzCharles who is believed to have become a nun. [2] His mother went on to marry Sir Edward Greene of Samford in Essex, and had one child, Justinia Greene. [3]

  4. 20 de sept. de 2015 · Catherine FitzCharles (born 1658) was the illegitimate daughter of Charles II of England and his mistress Catherine Pegge. Her older brother by one year, Charles FitzCharles, was made the 1st Earl of Plymouth by his father.

  5. Catherine FitzCharles Unfortunately for us, Catherine’s life is a bit of a mystery, and both possibilities of what became of her lead us to dead ends, without any records. The first possibility is that she died in early infancy in Flanders where she was born, which may be likely given that there are no records about her after her birth.

  6. Biography Catherine Mary Stuart (ca. 1652-ca. 1741) is presumed to be an illegitimate daughter of King Charles II and Catherine Pegge and thus an older sister of Charles Fitzcharles, 1st Earl of Plymouth (1657-168) and Catherine "Sister Cecilia" Fitzcharles (1658-1759), who became a nun in the Benedictine convent at Dunkirk.

  7. Contents. 1 House of Stewart. 1.1 of Robert II of Scotland and Elizabeth Mure. 1.1.1 of Robert II of Scotland and Euphemia de Ross. 1.2 of Robert III of Scotland and Anabella Drummond. 1.3 of Prince Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany and Margaret Graham, Countess of Menteith. 1.3.1 of Prince Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany and Muriella Kieth.