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  1. Lucy Walter, también conocida como Lucy Barlow, fue una amante galesa del rey Carlos II de Inglaterra, y madre de James Scott, I duque de Monmouth. Se cree que nació en 1630, o quizá un poco más tarde, en el Castillo de Roch, cerca de Haverfordwest, en Gales, en una familia de la aristocracia terrateniente gentry. El rumor de que el rey Carlos II se había casado en secreto con Lucy Walter surgió durante la Crisis de la exclusión, cuando una facción protestante quería convertir a su ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Lucy_WalterLucy Walter - Wikipedia

    Lucy Walter or Barlow (c. 1630 – 1658) was a Welsh noblewoman, possibly the first mistress of King Charles II of England and mother of James Scott, Duke of Monmouth. During the Exclusion Crisis, a Protestant faction wanted to make her son heir to the throne, so they suggested that the king might have married Lucy, which he denied. Contents 1 Life

  3. Lucy Walter, (born 1630?, Roch Castle, near Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales—died September/October 1658, Paris), mistress of the British king Charles II and mother of James Scott, duke of Monmouth. Her family, the Walters, were Welsh of good standing who declared for King Charles I during the Civil War.

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  4. Lucy Walter Se cree que nació alrededor de 1630 en Castle Roch, Haverfordwest, Gales, en una familia de la pequeña nobleza del país. Si Carlos II se había casado en secreto o no con Lucía fue objeto de mucho debate durante la crisis de sucesión, cuando los protestantes querían colocar a uno de sus hijos como heredero al trono en lugar del hermano del Rey, James Stewart, Duque de York.

  5. 03/07/2016 · Lucy Walter, born to landowner Richard Walter and the well bred Elizabeth Protheroe at Roch Castle, Pembrokeshire in 1630, was a wild child of the sea shore and the Welsh countryside, adored by her father. She had two brothers, Richard and the younger, Justus. Who could foresee that this wild Welsh maid was destined to become a dangerous woman?

  6. Lucy Walter Lucy Walter or Barlow (c. 1630 – 1658) was a Welsh noblewoman, possibly the first mistress of King Charles II of England and mother of James Scott, Duke of Monmouth. Read more on Wikipedia Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Lucy Walter has received more than 288,860 page views.

  7. Lucy’s surname has been recorded as Walter or Walters, Waters, and, Barlow or Barlo (the alias she used occasionally) by contemporaries and scholars over the years, but here I have referred to her by the assumed correct name of Walter. Lucy was born into a Welsh middling-gentry family around 1630 and lived in Roch Castle, Pembrokeshire.