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  1. Elizabeth Hamilton, Countess of Orkney (née Villiers; 1657 – 19 April 1733) was an English courtier from the Villiers family and the reputed mistress of William III, King of England and Scotland, from 1680 until 1695. She was a lady-in-waiting to his wife and co-monarch, Queen Mary II.

  2. 23 de may. de 2018 · Elizabeth Hamilton, Countess of Orkney (1657 – 19 April 1733) (born Elizabeth Villiers) was an English courtier from the Villiers family and the reputed mistress of William III & II, King of England and Scotland, from 1680 until 1695.

    • Probably Richmond, England
    • Probably Richmond, Surrey, England
    • 1655
  3. 24 de ene. de 2024 · Elizabeth Hamilton, Countess of Orkney was an English courtier from the Villiers family and the ...

    Full Name
    Elizabeth Hamilton
    Born
    Elizabeth Villiers 1657 Englan ...
    Died
    19 April 1733 (aged 75 – 76) L ...
  4. Elizabeth Hamilton, condesa de Orkney (1657 - 19 de abril de 1733) (nacida como Elizabeth Villiers) fue una cortesana inglesa de la familia Villiers y reputada amante de Guillermo III y II , rey de Inglaterra y Escocia , desde 1680 hasta 1695. dama de honor de su esposa y co-monarca, la reina María II .

  5. Elizabeth Hamilton may refer to: Elizabeth Hamilton, Countess of Orkney (1657–1733), mistress to English King William III Elizabeth Hamilton, 1st Baroness Hamilton of Hameldon (1733–1790) Elizabeth Hamilton, Duchess of Hamilton (1757–1837)

  6. sources: Carlton, Charles. Royal Mistresses. London: Routledge, 1990. Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia Villiers, Elizabeth (c. 1657–1733)Countess of Orkney . Name variations: Elizabeth Hamilton, Countess of Orkney; Mrs. Villiers.

  7. ORKNEY, ELIZABETH HAMILTON, Countess of ( c. 1657–1733), mistress of the English King William III., daughter of Colonel Sir Edward Villiers of Richmond, was born about 1657. Her mother, Frances Howard, daughter of the 2nd earl of Suffolk, was governess to the princesses Mary and Anne, and secured place and influence for her children in Mary ...