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  1. Jennie Spencer-Churchill CI RRC ( née Jerome; 9 January 1854 – 29 June 1921), known as Lady Randolph Churchill, was an American-born British socialite, the wife of Lord Randolph Churchill, and the mother of British prime minister Sir Winston Churchill . Contents 1 Early life 2 Personal life 2.1 First marriage 2.2 Later marriages 3 Death

  2. Jeanette «Jennie» Jerome CI DStJ ( Brooklyn, 9 de enero de 1854-Londres, 29 de junio de 1921), más conocida como lady Randolph Churchill, fue una destacada socialite estadounidense afincada en el Reino Unido tras casarse en 1874 con lord Randolph Churchill.

  3. 26/03/2021 · Jennie Jerome Churchill, known formally as Lady Randolph Churchill, was born January 9, 1854, in Brooklyn, New York. Jeanette Jerome was the daughter of a prosperous American financier and a socially ambitious mother. In 1867 she and her two sisters were taken to Paris by their mother following a scandalous escapade involving their father.

  4. Jennie Spencer-Churchill CI RRC DStJ (née Jerome), better known as Lady Randolph Churchill, was a British socialite born in America. The wife and later widow of Lord Randolph Churchill, she garnered widespread attention due to her son, Sir Winston Churchill, who served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom between 1940 and 1945.

  5. 23/04/2021 · Jennie Jerome Churchill, known formally as Lady Randolph Churchill, was born January 9, 1854, in Brooklyn, New York. Jeanette Jerome was the daughter of a prosperous American financier and a...

  6. Jennie Spencer-Churchill CI RRC (de soltera Jerome ; 9 de enero de 1854 - 29 de junio de 1921), conocida como Lady Randolph Churchill , era una socialité británica nacida en Estados Unidos, esposa de Lord Randolph Churchill y madre del primer ministro británico Sir Winston Churchill. . Contenido 1 Vida temprana 2 Vida personal 2.1 Primer matrimonio

  7. 14/04/2016 · Lord Randolph died at a young 45 years of age. Winston always felt that he too would die early and so he was said to be ‘A man in a hurry’ as he felt that he had so much to do in a short span of time. He undertook a biography of his father and the two-volume work, Lord Randolph Churchill, was first published in 1906.