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  1. Nerissa Bowes-Lyon was born on 18 February 1919 and Katherine Bowes-Lyon was born on 4 July 1926, the daughters of John Herbert Bowes-Lyon and Fenella Hepburn-Stuart-Forbes-Trefusis. Their father, the second son of Claude Bowes-Lyon, 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, was a brother of Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the future Queen Elizabeth II's ...

  2. Nerissa y Katherine Bowes-Lyon. Nerissa Bowes-Lyon (18 de febrero de 1919 – 22 de enero de 1986) y Katherine Bowes-Lyon (4 de julio de 1926 – 23 de febrero de 2014) eran dos de las hijas de John Herbert Bowes-Lyon y su mujer Fenella (nacida con los apellidos Hepburn-Stuart-Forbes-Trefusis). 1 John era el hermano de Isabel Bowes-Lyon, la Reina ...

    • Nerissa and Katherine Bowes-Lyon Were Placed in An Asylum in 1941.
    • They Were Wrongly Believed to Be Dead The Whole time.
    • Nerissa Bowes-Lyon's Grave Was Marked by A Plastic Tag.
    • The Queen Knew About The Bowes-Lyon Sisters.

    Nerissa and Katherine lived in the Bowes-Lyon family home in Scotland until 1941. According to a 1987 report from Canadian outlet Maclean's, it was their mother Fenella Bowes-Lyon who decided to place them in full-time care in the English town of Redhill in the county of Surrey (their father John had died in 1930). The facility's name at the time, ...

    As of 1963, Burke's Peerage, considered an authority on British royal genealogy, had Nerissa and Katherine recorded as deceased since 1961 (Princess Margaret and Queen Elizabeth read it in Burke's for themselves on The Crown). Upon the scandalous discovery of their long lives at the Royal Earlswood, the sisters' niece, Lady Elizabeth Anson, claimed...

    The public was made aware that the Bowes-Lyon cousins had been alive and residing at the Royal Earlswood after Nerissa Bowes-Lyon died in 1986. Her grave near the hospital was discovered by journalists; it was a plastic marker with her name and a serial number. Per the documentary, an anonymous donor paid for a proper gravestone after the news brok...

    The discovery that two royal cousins lived that way in secret was a scandal for Buckingham Palace; a spokesman said at the timethat the Queen knew about Nerissa and Katherine's situation, but it was "a matter for the immediate (Bowes-Lyon) family." The revelation that three more of the Queen's cousins had also been placed in the Royal Earlswood mad...

    • Samantha Vincenty
    • 3 min
    • Senior Staff Writer
  3. 19 de sept. de 2022 · En el caso de las pequeñas Nerissa, nacida en febrero 1919, y Katherine, de julio de 1926, sus padres eran John Herbert Bowes-Lyon, hermano de la reina madre y, por tanto, tío de Isabel II,...

  4. 19 de nov. de 2020 · Nerissa (1919–1986) and Katherine Bowes-Lyon (1926–2014) were two of the five daughters of John Herbert Bowes-Lyon (the Queen Mother’s brother) and his wife Fenella. Thus the two women were first cousins of Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret, sharing a pair of grandparents – the 14th Earl and Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne, the Queen Mother’s parents.

    • Hope Coke
  5. 15 de nov. de 2020 · Katherine and Nerissa Bowes-Lyon were, for all intents and purposes, abandoned by the royal family, aside from a £125-a-year fee institution for the sisters’ care. According to a 2011...

  6. 15 de sept. de 2022 · El documental de Channel 4 afirmó que Katherine y Nerissa tenían muy pocos compañeros, y no hay evidencia que sugiera que alguno de los miembros de la realeza haya visitado alguna vez. Al hablar en el programa, Dot Penfold, una ex hermana de la sala del hospital donde se hospedaba la hermana, habló de su tristeza porque no fueron visitadas durante años.