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  1. 24/07/2022 · About Elizabeth Howard, Duchess of Norfolk. "Elizabeth Howard (nee Stafford) (c.1497 – 30 November 1558) was the eldest daughter of Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham, and through him a descendant of King Edward III. Her stormy marriage to Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk, created a public scandal."

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  2. 01/08/2022 · Elizabeth Stafford, Duchess of Norfolk. In this week's episode I decide to go back to my roots and discuss Tudor women. This podcast is about Elizabeth Stafford, wife of Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk and mother to Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey and my favorite, Mary Howard, Duchess of Richmond and Somerse.

  3. 18/07/2022 · By Elizabeth Jane Howard (Pan Macmillan, 1990–2013) This is a multi-generational saga of a British family before, during and after the Second World War. If I were sent to a desert island with one book, this would be my choice — although there are five in the series.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Elizabeth_IElizabeth I - Wikipedia

    05/08/2022 · Elizabeth was born at Greenwich Palace on 7 September 1533 and was named after her grandmothers, Elizabeth of York and Lady Elizabeth Howard. [6] She was the second child of Henry VIII of England born in wedlock to survive infancy. Her mother was Henry's second wife, Anne Boleyn. At birth, Elizabeth was the heir presumptive to the English throne.

  5. 28/07/2022 · The last of the five monarchs of the House of Tudor, Elizabeth I succeeded to the throne in 1558. Despite financial strains, threats of invasion and prolonged war, her forty-five-year reign is regarded as one of the most glorious in English history. Today, some five hundred years after her death, Elizabeth’s reputation as an iconic queen remains.

  6. 24/07/2022 · Duke of Norfolk und Lady Elizabeth Stafford. Er diente als Custos Rotulorum von Dorset und Vizeadmiral von Dorset. 1559 wurde er von Königin Elizabeth I. von England als Viscount Howard of Bindon in den Adelsstand erhoben und nahm den Titel der Bindon Abbey in Dorset an, von deren ehemaligen Ländereien er viele besaß.