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  1. Catalina Parr (en inglés, Catherine Parr, Katharine Parre como se escribía en su tiempo; h. 1512 [1] - 5 de septiembre de 1548) fue la última de las seis esposas de Enrique VIII de Inglaterra y por tanto reina consorte de Inglaterra desde 1543 hasta 1547 y primera reina consorte de Irlanda; fallecido Enrique, fue reina viuda.

  2. 11/03/2012 · Katherine Parr was the eldest daughter of Sir Thomas Parr and his wife Maud Green, both of whom were at the court of Henry VIII in his early reign. Maud was a lady-in-waiting to Queen Catherine of Aragon and named her daughter, born in 1512, after her.

  3. Biografia Famiglia e primi matrimoni. Caterina nacque nel 1512 - probabilmente in agosto - da Sir Thomas Parr di Kendal (Westmoreland), di famiglia nobile originaria del nord dell'Inghilterra, e da sua moglie Maud Green, che era stata fra le dame di compagnia della regina Caterina d'Aragona.

  4. Catherine Parr, zeitgenössische Schreibweise Katherine Parr(e) (* 1512 entweder auf Kendal Castle, Westmorland oder in London; † 5. September 1548 auf Sudeley Castle bei Winchcombe, Gloucestershire) war die sechste und letzte Gattin von König Heinrich VIII. und für vier Jahre Königin von England und Irland.

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  6. 20/04/2022 · It was Thomas’s marriage to Maud Stanhope the niece and co-heiress of Lord Cromwell which resulted in the escalation of the Neville Percy feud in 1453 and which probably moved Salisbury from a neutral position to an alliance with York. salisbury received little help from either the queen or Somerset agains the Percy family – Somerset was friendly to Northumberland.

  7. 23/02/2022 · He married, sixthly, Catherine Parr, daughter of Sir Thomas Parr and Maud Green, on 12 July 1543 at Hampton Court Palace, Kingston-upon-Thames, London, England. He died on 28 January 1547 at age 55 at Whitehall Palace, Whitehall, London, England. He was buried at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England. Highlights