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  1. Her daughters returned to France three years after their arrival on the order of their brother, her son. In 1413, her second spouse died, succeeded by her stepson Henry V. Joan had a very good relationship with Henry, who allowed her use of his royal castles of Windsor, Wallingford, Berkhamsted and Hertford during his absence in France in 1415.

  2. Joan was born on 23 April 1464 in the castle of Pierre II de Brézé, a trusted supporter of her grandfather, King Charles VII of France, at Nogent-le-Roi in the County of Dreux. She was the second daughter of King Louis XI of France and of his second wife Charlotte of Savoy ; her surviving siblings were King Charles VIII of France and Anne of France .

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0801330Joan Sims - IMDb

    Joan Sims, Actress: Carry On... Up the Khyber. Joan Sims, the "First Lady of Carry On", was born Irene Joan Marion Sims on 9 May 1930. The daughter of an Essex railway station master, Joan was interested in pursuing show-business, and soon became a familiar face in a growing number of amateur productions.

  4. 16/05/2022 · With this year marking the Queen’s milestone Platinum Jubilee, a host of special events have been planned to celebrate her historic 70 years on the throne. Last night, ITV broadcast an occasion that featured a number of famous faces, hosted by Tom Cruise , Damian Lewis, Adjoa Andoh and Alan Titchmarsh, as they came together for a live, in-person and televised special event.

  5. Geschichte Vorgeschichte. Im August 1963 begann Brian May zusammen mit seinem Vater seine erste E-Gitarre „Red Special“ zu bauen. Sie prägte später den typischen, unverwechselbaren Gitarrenklang von Queen. 1966 freundeten sich Tim Staffell und Farrokh Bulsara – der sich damals Freddie Bulsara und ab Anfang der siebziger Jahre Freddie Mercury nannte – an, beide studierten damals am ...

  6. 22/01/2019 · "Joan Beaufort (subsequently Countess of Westmorland), legitimated da. of John 'of Gaunt', Duke of Lancaster; d. 13 November 1440." [S33] #242 [1883 edition] A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire (New edition, 1883, reprint 1962), Burke, Sir John Bernard, (New edition. 1883.