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  1. Sarah Churchill, duquesa de Marlborough, princesa de Mindelheim y condesa de Nellenburg (de soltera Jenyns) ( 5 de junio de 1660 - 18 de octubre de 1744) fue una cortesana inglesa que llegó a ser una de las mujeres más influyentes de su tiempo gracias a su estrecha amistad con la Reina Ana de Gran Bretaña. Antes de la ascensión al trono de la Reina ...

  2. Sarah Millicent Hermione Churchill: Nacimiento: 7 de octubre de 1914 Londres, Inglaterra, Reino Unido: Fallecimiento: 24 de septiembre de 1982 (67 años) Londres, Reino Unido: Sepultura: St Martin's Church, Bladon: Nacionalidad: Británica: Familia; Padres: Winston Churchill Clementine Hozier: Cónyuge: Vic Oliver (1936- 1945) Anthony Beauchamp (1949-1957)

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    Sarah Millicent Hermione Touchet-Jesson, Baroness Audley was an English actress and dancer and the daughter of Winston Churchill.

    Sarah Churchill was born in London, the second daughter of Winston Churchill, later Prime Minister from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955, and Clementine Churchill, later Baroness Spencer-Churchill; she was the third of the couple's five children and was named after Sir Winston's ancestor, Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough. She was edu...

    Churchill married three times: Vic Oliver, born as Victor Oliver von Samek, a popular comedian and musician Antony Beauchamp Thomas Percy Henry Touchet-Jesson, 23rd Baron Audley It has been both stated and confirmed by multiple sources, including Sarah Churchill's sister, Lady Soames, that Winston and Clementine Churchill neither liked nor approved...

    During the Second World War, Churchill joined the Women's Auxiliary Air Force. In her account of the work of photo reconnaissance Evidence in Camera Constance Babington Smith records that she was with them and worked closely on the interpretation of photographs for the 1942 invasion of North Africa, Operation Torch. Known by the name Sarah Oliver, ...

    Churchill is best known for her role in the film Royal Wedding as Anne Ashmond, romantic interest of Fred Astaire as Tom Bowen. In the same year, she had her own television show. She also appeared in He Found a Star, Spring Meeting, All Over the Town, Fabian of the Yard and Serious Charge. On 17 November 1950, Churchill starred in "Witness for the ...

    During the course of her life she created several lithographic prints. In the 1950s Churchill produced several prints featuring Malibu, California. Later in the 1970s, Churchill commercially published a collaborative series of portraits of her father, Sir Winston Churchill through Curtis Hooper, entitled "A Visual Philosophy of Sir Winston Churchil...

  3. Sarah Churchill 15 de junio de 1660 - Hertfordshire (Reino Unido), = 18 de octubre de 1744 – Marlborough House (Reino Unido) fue una cortesana inglesa que llegó a ser una de las mujeres más influyentes de su tiempo gracias a su estrecha amistad con la Reina Ana de Gran Bretaña. Guardiana del Tesoro Privado y Dama de la Toga. Sumario

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    Sarah Jennings was born on 5 June 1660, probably at Holywell House, St Albans,Hertfordshire. She was the daughter of Richard Jennings (or Jenyns), a Member of Parliament, and Frances Thornhurst. Her paternal grandfather was Sir John Jennings, father of an extraordinarily large family by his wife Alice Spencer. Her uncle Martin Listerwas a prominent...

    In 1702, William III died, and Anne became queen. Anne immediately offered John Churchill a dukedom, which Sarah initially refused. Sarah was concerned that a dukedom would strain the family's finances; a ducal family at the time was expected to show off its rank through lavish entertainments. Anne countered by offering the Marlboroughs a pension o...

    Abigail Masham: political rival

    The Duchess of Marlborough had previously introduced her impoverished cousin, then known as Abigail Hill, to court, with the intention of finding a role for her. Abigail, the eldest daughter of the Duchess's aunt, Elizabeth Hill (Jennings), was working as a servant to Sir John Rivers of Kentwhen the Duchess first learned of her existence. Because the Duchess's grandfather Sir John Jennings had fathered twenty-two children, she had a multitude of cousins and did not know them all. Out of kindn...

    Strained relationship

    In July 1708, the Duke of Marlborough and his ally Prince Eugene of Savoy won a great victory at the Battle of Oudenarde. On the way to the thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral, the Duchess of Marlborough engaged in a furious argument with the Queen about the jewels Anne wore to the service, and showed her a letter from the Duke which expressed hope that the Queen would make good political use of the victory. The implication that she should publicly express her support for the Whigs of...

    Final dismissal

    The Duchess's last attempt to re-establish her friendship with Anne came in 1710 when they had their final meeting. An account written by the Duchess shortly afterwards shows that she pleaded to be given an explanation of why their friendship was at an end, but Anne was unmoved, coldly repeating a few set phrases such as "I shall make no answer to anything you say" and "you may put it in writing". The Duchess was so appalled by the Queen's "inhuman" conduct that she was reduced to tears, and...

    The Duchess and Queen Anne never made up their differences, although one eyewitness claimed to have heard Anne asking whether the Marlboroughs had reached the shore, leading to rumours that she had called them home herself. Anne died on 1 August 1714 at Kensington Palace; the Protestant Whig Privy Councillors had insisted on their right to be prese...

    The Duke of Marlborough died at Windsor in 1722, and the Duchess arranged a large funeral for him. Their daughter Henrietta became duchess in her own right. The Dowager Duchessbecame one of the trustees of the Marlborough estate, and she used her business sense to distribute the family fortune, including the income for her daughter Henrietta. The D...

    Although the Duchess of Marlborough's downfall is chiefly attributed to her own self-serving relationship with Queen Anne, she was a vibrant and intelligent woman who promoted Anne's interests when she was princess.However, she found Anne a dull conversationalist and the Duchess did not find her company stimulating. The Duchess believed that she ha...

    The Duke and Duchess of Marlborough's children who survived childhood married into the most important families in Great Britain:

    In her own time, Sarah Churchill was satirised by many well-known writers in the period, such as Delarivier Manley in her influential political satire, The New Atalantis (1709), and also by Charles Gildon in the first fully-fledged it-narrative in English, The Golden Spy; or, A Political Journal of the British Nights Entertainments(1709), to name j...

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  4. 13/06/2020 · Sarah, mientras tanto, se centró en mantener el patrimonio familiar y, a pesar de que mantuvo siempre una cordial relación con los siguientes reyes y reinas de Inglaterra, nunca más llegó a ser la todopoderosa favorita que fue. Sarah Churchill, duquesa de Marlborough, falleció el 18 de octubre de 1744.

  5. Sarah Churchill, Actress: Royal Wedding. Sarah Churchill was a British actress and dancer, of American descent. She was born in London in 1914. She was the 3rd child and 2nd daughter born to politician Winston Churchill (1874-1965) and his wife Clementine Ogilvy Hozier (1885 -1977). Sarah's father would eventually serve as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (term 1940-1945, 1951-1955),...