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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Moll_DavisMoll Davis - Wikipedia

    Davis did not leave empty-handed however: Charles awarded her an annual pension for life of £1,000. In January 1667–68, Pepys notes that the King had furnished a house for Moll Davis, the actress, "in Suffolke Street most richly, which is a most infinite shame."

    • Courtesan, singer, actress, dancer, comedian
    • Lady Mary Tudor
  2. Like her fellow actress, Nell Gwyn, Mary ‘Moll’ Davis’ roots are a bit of a mystery.Contemporary accounts disagreed on who her family were. Some said she was from Wiltshire and that her father was a blacksmith; others claimed that she was the illegitimate daughter of Thomas Howard, 3rd Earl of Berkshire, and that he was one of the men that dangled her under the king’s nose when Barbara ...

  3. Moll Davis died in her birthplace of London in 1708 after a life filled with adventure, her daughter Lady Mary Tudor continued her mother’s legacy as she became a famous actress in her own right. Moll may be one of Charles II’s’s lesser-known mistresses, but her story is no less interesting, and she left her mark at Charles” court and on the history of theatre.

  4. Moll Davis apparently began her stage career in 1660. John Downes, prompter at Lincoln’s Inn Fields from the 1660s and author of Roscius Anglicanus, or an Historical Review of the Stage published in 1708, named her as one of Sir William Davenant’s four ‘Principal Actresses’ whom ‘he boarded at his own House’ when he formed his company.

  5. thestuartdynasty.wordpress.com › 2014/07/21 › moll-davisMoll Davis – The Stuart Dynasty

    21/07/2014 · Moll Davis. Moll Davis is often overlooked in terms of Charles’ mistresses. She did not steep herself in as much turmoil or slander as the rest of them did, but she was still a very interesting woman and deserves some recognition. Moll is believed to have been born in 1648, in Westminster. Pepys wrote that she was the bastard of Thomas Howard ...

  6. 06/10/2017 · Mary "Moll" Davis (ca. 1648 – 1708) was a seventeenth-century entertainer and courtesan, singer and actress who became one of the many mistresses of King Charles II of England. Early life, theatre career. Davis was born around 1648 in Westminster and was said by Samuel Pepys, the famous diarist, to be "a bastard of Collonell Howard, my Lord ...

    • Lady Mary Tudor
    • circa 1648
    • "Moll Davis"
    • Westminster, Middlesex, England
  7. Mary "Moll" Davis (también Davies o Davys ; [1] ca. 1648-1708) fue una animadora , cortesana , cantante y actriz del siglo XVII que se convirtió en una de las muchas amantes del rey Carlos II de Inglaterra .

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