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  1. Barbara Villiers (*noviembre de 1641-†9 de octubre de 1709), primera duquesa de Cleveland y amante del rey Carlos II de Inglaterra, más conocida por su título de condesa de Castlemaine . Infancia Hija única del noble caballero Williams Villiers (2º Vizconde de Grandison) y de la noble dama Mary Bayning.

    • Chiswick Burial Ground
    • 9 de octubre de 1709 (68 años), Chiswick (Reino Unido)
  2. Barbara Palmer, 1st Duchess of Cleveland, Countess of Castlemaine ( née Barbara Villiers / ˈvɪlərz / VIL-ərz; 27 November [ O.S. 17 November] 1640 [2] – 9 October 1709), was an English royal mistress of the Villiers family and perhaps the most notorious of the many mistresses of King Charles II of England, by whom she had five children, all of t...

  3. Barbara Villiers, Duchess of Cleveland (1640–1709), a mistress of King Charles II of England, by Sir Peter Lely. Graves of the 7th (left) and 8th (right) Earls of Jersey in All Saints' parish churchyard, Middleton Stoney, Oxfordshire Descent The Villiers family was settled at Brooksby, Leicestershire, from at least 1235. [1]

  4. 1 de ene. de 2024 · Barbara Villiers, Duchess of Cleveland (born autumn 1641, London, England—died October 9, 1709, Chiswick, Middlesex) a favourite mistress of the English king Charles II; she bore several of his illegitimate children. According to the diarist Samuel Pepys, she was a woman of exceptional beauty, but others commented on her crude ...

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  5. 15 de jul. de 2011 · Bárbara Villiers nació en Inglaterra el 27 de noviembre de 1640. La única hija del vizconde de Grandison, William Villiers, y Mary Bayning, estaba destinada a tener un futuro prometedor. Pero era aun un bebé cuando su padre murió en una de las batallas en defensa del malogrado rey Carlos I. La súbita desaparición del vizconde ...

  6. Barbara Villiers, Lady Castlemaine, was the favourite mistress of King Charles II… Michael Long 7 min read To the writer and diarist John Evelyn, she was ‘the curse of the nation’. To the Bishop of Salisbury, she was ‘a woman of great beauty, enormously vivacious and ravenous; foolish but imperious’.