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  1. Lady Katherine Grey. Katherine Seymour, Countess of Hertford (formerly Katherine Herbert, Lady Herbert, born Lady Katherine Grey; 25 August 1540 – 27 January 1568), [1] [2] was a younger sister of Lady Jane Grey . A granddaughter of Henry VIII 's sister Mary, she emerged as a prospective successor to her cousin, Elizabeth I of England, before ...

  2. Lady Katherine Grey (25 August 1540 – 26 January 1568) was an English noblewoman. She was the sister to Lady Jane Grey and Lady Mary Grey. Her parents were Lady Frances Brandon and Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, who were Marquess and Marchioness of Dorset and later Duke and Duchess of Suffolk . Life [ change | change source]

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    I believe she was not universally always known as Lady, and I believe she is recognizable without it. Therefore "Lady" shuld not be included in the article title (as the requirement for such inclusion is: person if universally recognised with it and their name is unrecognisable without it). It seems to me that recently, there has been sort of campa...

    Thomas Randolph's letter 23 September 1560 refers 'the Lady Catherine, daughter to the late Duchess of Suffolk (CSP Scot., i, 483), CSPF Elizabeth (1559-60), 3, has 'L. K' !Irrelevant to this discussion, Lady Catherine or Lady Katherine / +/- Grey, all that matters is that the person is uniquely designated in their article title, as we can all set ...

    I think the earlier renaming was without any voting. Consistency is no reason if those other articles are in wrong places, and they may. We do not need to be "consistently wrong". Arrigo12:55, 22 July 2005 (UTC) 1. I have reverted this change. Deb16:21, 22 July 2005 (UTC) Background of the case: the naming convention 6 for other non-royal names sta...

    Not sure if it merits any link on this article but I just finished transcribing a manuscript that aparently belonged to Lady Catherine Grey (named in the document as "Countess Katherine Seymour Hertford"). The manuscript is listed as University of Pennsylvania Ms. Codex 823. --Doc16:38, 5 February 2007 (UTC) 1. It's very interesting. I agree, it's ...

    I've removed the cleanup tag that was placed, pending someone explaining what kind of cleanup they believe is required. Deb16:55, 31 May 2007 (UTC) 1. You're absolutely right, I should have been more specific. I have added a more specific tag, believing that this article needs sections.Lilac Soul17:11, 31 May 2007 (UTC)

    Jane was the sister of Catherine Grey and is famous for being the nine days queen, but her title as monarch is disputed, she was never crowned. I don't think this article should refer to her as Jane I of England, but Lady Jane Grey. Moerover, in the article about Jane Grey, she is refered to, in the title, as Lady Jane Grey. Little.miss.sunshine (t...

    The new image is much better than the previous one.--Jeanne Boleyn (talk) 06:56, 15 March 2010 (UTC)

    Judging by the image, I would say "least ugly" was nearer the mark :-) Deb (talk) 20:38, 26 August 2010 (UTC) 1. Which image? The one of her holding her son shows her to have been rather doll-like in appearance.--Jeanne Boleyn (talk) 09:18, 27 August 2010 (UTC) 1.1. That's true. I was only looking at the miniature. Deb (talk) 11:43, 27 August 2010 ...

    Why is Catherine's mother referred to as Lady Frances Brandon? In her mother's article, she is referred to as Frances Grey, Duchess of Suffolk. To refer to her by her maiden name is confusing, inconsistent with her own article, and conflicts with methods of title usage elsewhere in Wikipedia. PandaPounce (talk) 01:23, 20 July 2011 (UTC) 1. I've edi...

    What is the problem with listing spouses? After adding Anne Parr, wife of William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke, this happens -- (Undid revision 476413108 by Lady Meg (talk); we don't list any other spouses either; it's not done in the sources); Why? What does "it's not done in the sources" mean?? -- Lady Meg (talk) 23:35, 21 February 2012 (UTC)

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    • Verhältnis zu Elisabeth
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    Catherine wurde im August 1540 als zweite überlebende Tochter von Henry Grey und Frances Brandon geboren. Von Kindesbeinen an erhielt sie Unterricht in Latein und Griechisch, sowie in Französisch und Italienisch.[lisle 1] Während ihre Schwester Jane für ihre Bildung berühmt wurde und Mary durch ihren kleinen Wuchs hervorstach, war Catherine bekannt...

    Nach Marias Tod war Catherine Grey laut Heinrichs Testament Elisabeths Heir Presumptive, ihre Erbin, bis Elisabeth selbst Kinder bekommen würde. Allerdings hatten Elisabeth und Catherine kein gutes Verhältnis zueinander. Elisabeth empfand mögliche Nachfolger als Bedrohung, insbesondere aus den Reihen der Greys. Sie hatte nicht vergessen, dass der p...

    Im Sommer 1559, als Elisabeth ihre jährliche Reise durch ihr Königreich unternahm, traf Catherine auf der Reise Edward Seymour wieder. Da die junge Königin in dieser Zeit hauptsächlich mit ihrem Favoriten Robert Dudley, 1. Earl of Leicester beschäftigt war, hatten Catherine und Edward viel Zeit füreinander und ihre Gefühle vertieften sich. Im Herbs...

    Catherine und Edward wurden nun diversen Verhören unterzogen. Beide hofften, dass ihre Ehe anerkannt wurde, damit ihr Kind nicht als Bastard zur Welt kam. Doch kristallisierte sich sehr schnell heraus, dass sie ihre Eheschließung nicht beweisen konnten. Die einzige Zeugin der Heirat war bereits verstorben und der Geistliche nicht mehr auffindbar. Z...

    Als im Sommer 1563 in London die Pest ausbrach, durfte die Familie den Tower verlassen, wurde aber voneinander getrennt. Seymour und sein ältester Sohn wurden zu seiner Mutter gesandt, während Catherine und ihr Baby zu ihrem Onkel John Grey gebracht wurden. Trotzdem durfte Catherine mit niemandem Kontakt haben, der nicht zu John Greys Haushalt gehö...

    • Biografía
    • Primer Matrimonio Con Enrique Herbert
    • Sucesión
    • Segundo Matrimonio Con Edward Seymour
    • Encarcelamiento
    • Muerte
    • Referencias
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    Nació el 25 de agosto de 1540, en Bradgate Park, cerca de Leicester. Era hija de Enrique Grey y Frances Brandon, y nieta de Charles Brandon y María Tudor, duquesa de Suffolk y Reina de Francia.[1]​ Sus hermanas fueron la efímera reina Juana I de Inglaterra y lady María Grey.

    En 1553, desde su lecho de muerte, el rey Eduardo VI, junto con su primer ministro, John Dudley, I duque de Northumberland, trataron de excluir de la sucesión a María, hermana del rey, en favor de Juana Grey hermana mayor de Catalina. Según la patente realdel 21 de junio de 1553, Catalina seguía en la línea sucesoria a su hermana y sus herederos va...

    Durante la primera fase del reinado de María Tudor, Catalina fue su heredera potencial. María aún no estaba casada y su hermana Isabel había sido declarada ilegítima. Enrique VIII había dejado estipulado en su testamento que los descendientes de su hermana María, las hermanas Grey, siguieran a sus propios hijos en la línea sucesoria.[5]​ Una vez mu...

    En diciembre de 1560, Catalina se casó en secreto y sin autorización con el conde de Hertford, Edward Seymour, hijo del anterior Lord Protector Eduardo Seymour, quien había sido ejecutado por traición poco antes. A la boda solo asistió la hermana del novio, Jane Seymour. Antes de conocer esta boda, la reina había enviado a Eduardo a una gira por Eu...

    Catalina ocultó su matrimonio durante meses, hasta que se lo confesó a su cuñado Robert Dudley, cuando ya se encontraba embarazada de ocho meses. La reina se puso furiosa al conocer por Dudley la boda de su prima. Esta boda perturbaba la diplomacia anglo-escocesa, ya que eliminaba una posible unión entre Catalina y el conde de Arran, un joven noble...

    Tras el nacimiento de su segundo hijo, la enfurecida reina ordenó la separación permanente de Catalina y el resto de la familia. Catalina fue enviada con su tío, sir John Grey, con quien estuvo hasta noviembre de 1564. Después quedó a cargo de sir William Petre durante dos años, hasta que se la trasladó con sir John Wentworth y después a Yoxfrod, e...

    Carolly Erickson, Isabel I, 1999. ISBN 88-04-45143-2
    Chapman, Hester: Two Tudor Portraits: Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey and Lady Katherine GreyJonathan Cape 1960
    Farquhar, Michael: A Treasure of Royal Scandals Penguin Books 2001 ISBN 0739420259

    Esta obra contiene una traducción parcial derivada de «Lady Catherine Grey» de Wikipedia en inglés, publicada por sus editores bajo la Licencia de documentación libre de GNU y la Licencia Creative...

  3. Signature. Lady Jane Grey ( c. 1537 – 12 February 1554), later known as Lady Jane Dudley (after her marriage) [4] and as the " Nine Days' Queen ", [7] was a teenage English noblewoman who claimed the throne of England and Ireland from 10 July until 19 July 1553. Jane was the great granddaughter of Henry VII through his younger daughter Mary ...

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    Lady Katherine Grey (1540–1568), younger sister of Lady Jane Grey and a cousin of Elizabeth I of England Lady Eliza Lucy Grey (1823–1898), daughter of Captain Sir Richard Spencer and the wife of Sir George Grey Anne Brandon, Baroness Grey of Powys (c. 1507–1558)