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  1. Catherine Howard, also spelled Katheryn Howard, was Queen of England from 1540 until 1542 as the fifth wife of Henry VIII. She was the daughter of Lord Edmund Howard and Joyce Culpeper, a cousin to Anne Boleyn, and the niece of Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk. Thomas Howard was a prominent politician at Henry's court, and he secured her a place in the household of Henry's fourth wife, Anne of Cleves, where she caught the King's interest. She married him on 28 July 1540 at ...

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    Catherine Howard nació en Londres, Inglaterra, alrededor de 1523. Sus padres fueron Lord Edmund Howard y Joyce Culpeper. En 1531, gracias a la influencia de su sobrina Ana Bolena, Edmund Howard obtuvo un puesto como contralor de Enrique VIII en Calais. Cuando su padre se fue a Calais, Catherine Howard quedó al cuidado de Agnes Tilney, duquesa viuda...

    Alrededor de 1536, mientras vivía con Tilney en Chesworth House, Howard tuvo una relación sexual con un tutor de música, Henry Manox (Mannox o Mannock). Según los informes, Tilney golpeó a Howard cuando los atrapó a los dos juntos. Manox la siguió a Norfolk House y trató de continuar una relación. Manox finalmente fue reemplazado en el afecto del j...

    Howard iba a servir como dama de honor de la nueva (cuarta) reina de Enrique VIII, Ana de Cleves, que pronto llegaría a Inglaterra. Esta asignación probablemente fue organizada por su tío, Thomas Howard, duque de Norfolk y uno de los asesores de Henry. Anne of Cleves llegó a Inglaterra en diciembre de 1539, y Henry pudo haber visto a Howard por pri...

    Enrique anuló su matrimonio con Ana de Cleves el 9 de julio de 1540. Luego se casó con Catalina Howard el 28 de julio, otorgando generosamente joyas y otros obsequios costosos a su novia mucho más joven y atractiva. El día de su boda, Thomas Cromwell, quien había arreglado el matrimonio de Enrique con Ana de Cleves, fue ejecutado. Howard fue nombra...

    El 2 de noviembre de 1541, Cranmer confrontó a Henry con las acusaciones sobre las indiscreciones de Howard. Henry al principio no creyó las acusaciones. Dereham y Culpeper confesaron su parte en estas relaciones después de ser torturados y Henry abandonó a Howard. Cranmer siguió celosamente el caso contra Howard. Fue acusada de "falta de castidad"...

    El 21 de enero de 1542, el Parlamento aprobó un proyecto de ley de proscripción que convertía las acciones de Howard en un delito ejecutable. La llevaron a la Torre de Londresel 10 de febrero, Henry firmó el acta de proscripción y fue ejecutada la mañana del 13 de febrero. Al igual que su prima Ana Bolena, también decapitada por traición, Howard fu...

    Los historiadores y académicos han luchado por llegar a un consenso sobre Howard, algunos la describen como una alborotadora deliberada y otros la caracterizan como una víctima inocente de la ira del rey Enrique. Howardha sido representado en una variedad de obras de teatro, películas y series de televisión, incluidas "La vida privada de Enrique VI...

    Crawford, Ana. "Cartas de las reinas de Inglaterra, 1100-1547". Alan Sutton, 1994.
    Fraser, Antonia. "Las esposas de Enrique VIII". 1993.
    Weir, Alison. "Las seis esposas de Enrique VIII". Grove Weidenfeld, 1991.
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    Catherine Howard was born in London, England, sometime around 1523. Her parents were Lord Edmund Howard and Joyce Culpeper. In 1531, through the influence of his niece Anne Boleyn, Edmund Howard obtained a position as comptroller for Henry VIII in Calais. When her father went to Calais, Catherine Howard was placed in the care of Agnes Tilney, Dowag...

    About 1536, while living with Tilney at Chesworth House, Howard had a sexual relationship with a music tutor, Henry Manox (Mannox or Mannock). Tilney reportedly struck Howard when she caught the two together. Manox followed her to Norfolk House and tried to continue a relationship. Manox was eventually replaced in young Howard's affections by Franc...

    Howard was to serve as a lady in waiting to Henry VIII's newest (fourth) queen, Anne of Cleves, soon to arrive in England. This assignment was probably arranged by her uncle, Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk and one of Henry's advisors. Anne of Cleves arrived in England in December 1539, and Henry may have first seen Howard at that event. At court, s...

    Henry had his marriage to Anne of Cleves annulled on July 9, 1540. He then married Catherine Howard on July 28, generously bestowing jewelry and other expensive gifts on his much-younger and attractive bride. On their wedding day, Thomas Cromwell, who had arranged the marriage of Henry to Anne of Cleves, was executed. Howard was publicly made queen...

    On November 2, 1541, Cranmer confronted Henry with the allegations about Howard's indiscretions. Henry at first did not believe the allegations. Dereham and Culpeper confessed to their part in these relationships after being tortured, and Henry abandoned Howard. Cranmer zealously pursued the case against Howard. She was charged with "unchastity" be...

    On January 21, 1542, Parliament passed a bill of attainder making Howard's actions an executable offense. She was taken to the Tower of Londonon February 10, Henry signed the bill of attainder, and she was executed on the morning of February 13. Like her cousin Anne Boleyn, also beheaded for treason, Howard was buried without any marker in the chap...

    Historians and scholars have struggled to reach a consensus about Howard, with some describing her as a deliberate troublemaker and others characterizing her as an innocent victim of King Henry's rages. Howardhas been depicted in a variety of plays, films, and television series, including "The Private Life of Henry VIII" and "The Tudors." Ford Mado...

    Crawford, Anne. "Letters of the Queens of England, 1100-1547." Alan Sutton, 1994.
    Fraser, Antonia. "The Wives of Henry VIII." 1993.
    Weir, Alison. "The Six Wives of Henry VIII." Grove Weidenfeld, 1991.
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  2. 09/04/2016 · Catherine Howard, the fifth wife and queen of Henry VIII, was dead. She was possibly as young as 17. Catherine was the youngest of Henry’s wives and her reign had been one of the shortest. That she had become queen at all was remarkable. The daughter of a younger brother of the 3rd Duke of Norfolk, Catherine had few prospects.

  3. 02/02/2021 · Catherine Howard, Henry VIII’s fifth wife, became Queen in 1540, aged around 17, and was executed in 1542, aged just 19, on charges of treason and adultery. But who was the mysterious teenager who so enraptured and enraged the king? Troubled and abused child or promiscuous temptress? 1. She was born into a very well connected family

  4. 11/10/2017 · Catherine Howard was about seventeen years old when she married the 49-year-old Henry VIII, a man with an unpredictable temper, numerous ghastly health conditions, and supreme control over everyone in the country — including her.

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