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  1. Catherine de Clèves (or de Nevers ), Countess of Eu (1548 – 11 May 1633) was the wife of Henry, Duke of Guise, and matriarch of the numerous and influential House of Guise. By marriage she was Duchess of Guise from 1570 to 1588, and Dowager Duchess of Guise thereafter. She was Countess of Eu in her own right from 1564. Contents 1 Biography 2 Issue

  2. Catherine of Cleves (25 May 1417 – 10 February 1479) was Duchess of Guelders by marriage to Arnold, Duke of Guelders. She acted as regent of Guelders during the absence of her spouse in 1450. The Hours of Catherine of Cleves was commissioned for her. Contents 1 Life 1.1 Duchess and regent 2 Book of Hours 3 Issue 4 References 5 Sources Life

  3. Catherine of Cleves (1417–1479) views 3,585,195 updated Catherine of Cleves (1417–1479) Duchess of Guelders. Name variations: Katherine von Kleve.

  4. www.liquisearch.com › catherine_of_cleves › biographyCatherine of Cleves - Biography

    Catherine was the second daughter of François de Clèves, Duke of Nevers and Marguerite de Bourbon, elder sister of Antoine de Bourbon. She was the first cousin of Henry of Navarre, sister-in-law of Henri de Bourbon, Prince of Condé, and great aunt of Ludwika Maria Gonzaga, Queen of Poland.

  5. 27/03/2018 · The reason we can consider Anne of Cleeves more of a survivor than Catherine Parr, is down to what happened after the death of Henry VIII. Catherine Parr When Henry died in 1547, his widow Catherine Parr was free to remarry. Six months after the death of Henry, Catherine married Sir Thomas Seymour, brother of the deceased queen, Jane Seymour.

  6. wblog.wiki › nn › Catherine_of_ClevesCatherine of Cleves

    Catherine de Clèves (or de Nevers), Countess of Eu (1548 – 11 May 1633) was the wife of Henry, Duke of Guise, and matriarch of the numerous and influential House of Guise. By marriage she was Duchess of Guise from 1570 to 1588, and Dowager Duchess of Guise thereafter. She was Countess of Eu in her own right from 1564.