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  1. Lady Elizabeth Stafford (later Duchess of Norfolk) (c.1497 – 30 November 1558) was an English aristocrat. She was the eldest daughter of Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Lady Eleanor Percy. By marriage she became Duchess of Norfolk. Her abusive marriage to Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk, created a public scandal.

  2. Agnes Howard (née Tilney) (c. 1477 – May 1545) was the second wife of Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk. Two of King Henry VIII's queens were her step-granddaughters, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard. Catherine Howard was placed in the Dowager Duchess's care after her mother's death.

  3. 24/04/2019 · In one of the most scandalous incidents, Elizabeth may have been behind the marriage of her brother, 19 years old, to the widowed Katherine Neville, the wealthy Duchess of Norfolk, 80 years old. But the "grasping" reputation was enhanced—or created—first by Warwick in 1469 and later by Richard III, who had their own reasons for wanting Elizabeth's and her family's reputations to be diminished.

  4. Catherine Howard, auch Katheryn Howard oder Katherine Howard (* zwischen 1521 und 1525; † 13. Februar 1542 in London), war von 1540 bis zu ihrem Tod die fünfte Ehefrau des englischen Königs Heinrichs VIII. Sie war die Tochter von Lord Edmund Howard, einem jüngeren und mittellosen Sohn des zweiten Duke of Norfolk.

  5. 14/06/2022 · “Daddy and I walked across the Home Park to tea at Adelaide Cottage, which the Queen [The Queen Mother] has lent Jackie and Joan Philipps for the duration of the war,” Alathea Fitzalan Howard, a close friend of Princess Elizabeth and Margaret as girls, recalls in her diaries. “I was charmed with it.

  6. 24/04/2019 · He died on August 12, 1469. He married as her fourth husband Katherine Neville, Dowager Duchess of Norfolk, daughter of Ralph Neville and Joan Beaufort, and sister of Cecily Neville, his sister Elizabeth Woodville’s mother-in-law. Katherine Neville was born about 1400.

  7. The Howard family are descended from Lord William Howard the youngest son of Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk. The 1st Earl of Carlisle, Charles Howard (1629-1685) was the great grandson of Lord William Howard (1563-1640), the youngest son of Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, whose skill at marrying heiresses eventually led to his execution.