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  2. Catherine Glynne Gladstone (née Glynne; 1812 – 1900) was the wife of British Prime Minister William Gladstone from 1839 to his death. Due to her father's death when she was three, Catherine and her siblings Mary and Stephen were raised by their mother. The sisters grew extremely close and eventually married on the same day at the same venue. When Mary passed away in 1857, Catherine took ...

  3. 23 de sept. de 2004 · Catherine Gladstone played a large part in the Lyttelton household, before and after Mary's death, acting as mother to the younger children, especially to Lucy Cavendish [see under Cavendish (1836–1882)]. In these years she rarely flagged, although she sometimes became ill from overwork, and was seriously thrown off balance by her sister's death.

  4. Mits. DREW'S entertaining memoir of her mother should dispose of the idea that Mrs. Gladstone was, like Mrs. Disraeli, but a pale satellite of her famous husband. She made Mr. Gladstone's comfort her first care, but she Was in no way absorbed in the contemplation of his career. She had a strong and vivacious personality, with many interests of her own. She was a leading • Catherine Gladstone. By

  5. Catherine was the power behind William Gladstone throughout his political career. She was also very well connected on her own account, being related in one way or another to ‘half the famous names in English political history.’* She was also very friendly with Queen Victoria (who did not like William).

  6. Mrs Catherine Gladstone: 'A Woman Not Quite of Her Time' : Hilderley, Janet: Amazon.es: Libros

  7. 1 de dic. de 2012 · Catherine Glynne was born in 1812, in the same year as Charles Dickens. An earl’s daughter she married the son of a self-made merchant, William Ewart Gladstone, who became Queen Victoria’s Prime Minister on four occasions. While the Queen and the PM loathed each other, they both loved Catherine, Gladstone’s wife. …