A daughter of Sir Thomas Bryan and Margaret Bourchier, Elizabeth became the wife of Henry VIII's close friend Sir Nicholas Carew, an influential statesman who was eventually executed for his alleged involvement in the Exeter Conspiracy. She is described as being beautiful by many historians.
28 de abr. de 2022 · Elizabeth Bryan, also known as Elizabeth, Lady Carew was born 1499 in England and died in July 1546. Her will as ‘Ladye Dame Elsabeth Carewe’ was dated (May 21, 1546) and proved (July 17, 1546) shortly after her death. She was interred with her husband in the Church of St Botolph, Aldgate, in London.
Elizabeth, conocida también como "Bess", era hija del diplomático Sir Nicholas Throckmorton y de Anne Throckmorton (nacida Carew). Bess y su hermano Arthur fueron cortesanos de Isabel I. Se cuenta que Bess era inteligente, directa, apasionada y valiente. En su momento, ella y Raleigh, al menos 11 años mayor que ella, se enamoraron.
21 de nov. de 2016 · Elizabeth Carew: Wife of Treason. Posted November 21, 2016 4 Comments by Rebecca Larson. Being raised at court, Elizabeth Bryan’s parents both held offices in the royal household – her mother, Margaret within the house of Katherine of Aragon and her father, Thomas as Vice Chamberlain.
Elizabeth Carew née Bryan was an English courtier and reputed mistress of King Henry VIII. Background A daughter of Sir Thomas Bryan and Margaret Bourchier, Elizabeth became the wife of Henry VIII"s close friend Sir Nicholas Carew, an influential statesman who was eventually executed for his alleged involvement in the Exeter Conspiracy.
También se había beneficiado de la influencia de varias de las amantes del rey, sus sobrinas María Bolena y Elizabeth Carew y la tía de su esposa, Anne Stafford, Condesa de Huntingdon. En 1546 , Norfolk supuestamente tramó una conspiración para convertir a su hija, Mary Howard, en amante del rey, a pesar de que ella era la viuda del hijo ...
Elizabeth, Lady Raleigh ( née Throckmorton; 16 April 1565 – c. 1647) was an English courtier, a Gentlewoman of the Privy Chamber to Queen Elizabeth I of England. Her secret marriage to Sir Walter Raleigh precipitated a long period of royal disfavour for both her and her husband. Life