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  1. Catherine Howard (aussi orthographié Katherine ou Katheryn), née entre 1520 et 1525 [1] et morte le 13 février 1542 à Londres, est la cinquième épouse d'Henri VIII d'Angleterre, qui la surnommait « la rose sans épine ». À ce titre, elle fut reine consort d'Angleterre de 1540 à 1542.

  2. Catherine Howard kam mit großer Sicherheit im Zeitraum 1520 bis 1525 zur Welt. Ihre Biografin Joanna Denny geht auf Basis von Testamenten davon aus, dass sie nicht vor 1524 geboren wurde, und führt weitere Indizien dafür auf, dass sie eher am Ende der Zeitspanne 1520 bis 1525 zur Welt kam.

  3. Catalina Howard (hacia 1523-13 de febrero de 1542) fue reina consorte de Inglaterra desde 1540 hasta 1541 como esposa de Enrique VIII.. Catalina era hija de Lord Edmund Howard y Joyce Culpeper, además de prima de Ana Bolena (segunda esposa de Enrique VIII) y sobrina de Thomas Howard, III duque de Norfolk, quien era un político prominente en la corte del rey, asegurando a Catalina un lugar en ...

  4. Catherine Howard, (born c. 1524—died February 13, 1542, London, England), fifth wife of King Henry VIII of England. Her downfall came when Henry learned of her premarital affairs. Catherine was one of 10 children of Lord Edmund Howard (died 1539), a poverty-stricken younger son of Thomas Howard, 2nd duke of Norfolk. Henry VIII first became attracted to the young girl in 1540, when he was ...

  5. 13/02/2011 · Posted By Claire on February 13, 2011 . On this day in history, the 13th February 1542, Catherine Howard was executed at the Tower of London. Eustace Chapuys, the Imperial ambassador, wrote of how Catherine prepared herself for her execution:-“On Sunday the 12th, towards evening, she was told to prepare for death, for she was to die next day.

  6. Hace 1 día · Image: Memorial to Catherine Howard, featuring her name and coat of arms in the Chapel Royal of St Peter ad Vincula at the Tower of London. Catherine’s ghost It’s said that when Catherine was arrested at Hampton Court Palace, she broke free from the guards and ran to the doors of the Chapel Royal, where she believed Henry was at prayer.

  7. In July 1563, Catherine married Charles Howard (1536–1624), later 2nd Baron Howard of Effingham, Lord High Admiral of England, and first Earl of Nottingham (1597). Catherine was appointed First Lady of the Bedchamber by 1572. Her daughter Elizabeth, the queen's goddaughter, was a maid of honour from 1576 until 1583, the year of her marriage.