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  Tudor Herstory: Catherine Howard
Catherine probably appeared in the King's court around the age of 19 as a lady of honor to Anne of Cleves.
Catherine's affairs before her marriage to Henry were discovered and allegations were made that she had not come to be his wife as purely as Henry had thought.
When Catherine was made aware of charges of treason against her, she broke out into hysterics and denied any and all accusations against her.
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 Catherine Howard - LoveToKnow 1911
1542), the fifth queen of Henry VIII., was a daughter of Lord Edmund Howard and a granddaughter of Thomas Howard, 2nd duke of Norfolk (d.
Her father was very poor, and Catherine lived mainly with Agnes, widow of the 2nd duke of Norfolk, meeting the king at the house of Stephen Gardiner, bishop of Winchester.
Dereham confessed to his relations with Catherine, and after some denials the queen herself admitted that this was true; but denied that she had ever been betrothed to Dereham, or that she had misconducted herself since her marriage.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Catherine_Howard   (310 words)

 About Catherine PARR (Queen of England)
Catherine was at first shocked by Henry's marriage proposal, but eventually accepted though she insisted on a period of mourning for Lord Latimer before the public ceremony could take place.
Catherine's success was rewarded with her brother William Parr being created Earl of Essex in Dec of the same year, and she herself was somewhat morbidly rewarded with the settlement of all the lands that were originally intended for Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard.
Such was Henry's trust in Catherine that he chose her to rule as Regent while he was attending to the War in France and in the unlikely event of the loss of his life, she was to rule as Regent until six year old Edward came of age.
www.tudorplace.com.ar /aboutCatherineParr.htm   (1589 words)

 Catherine Howard: Biography, Portraits, Primary Sources
Catherine was neither particularly beautiful or intelligent, but she was a charming, flirtatious girl who rose, virtually overnight, from obscurity to become queen of England.
Catherine was raised in a type of dormitory at Lambeth Palace, crowded in with other young girls (some were servants to her grandmother) and her education was not intellectual.
Catherine was a mere child by contrast, barely literate, and born in a later generation.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Catherine
Catherine de' Medici CATHERINE DE' MEDICI [Catherine de' Medici], 1519-89, queen of France, daughter of Lorenzo de' Medici, duke of Urbino.
Catherine I CATHERINE I [Catherine I] 1683?-1727, czarina of Russia (1725-27).
Catherine of Valois CATHERINE OF VALOIS [Catherine of Valois], 1401-37, queen consort of Henry V of England, daughter of Charles VI of France.
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 Howard Part 1
Manox was a cad, however, and his failure with Catherine induced him to concoct a letter to the Duchess, which he piously laid in her pew.
She later found Catherine and Derham "in arms kissing." To aim a blow at Derham, to strike at the girl, to hit Joan Bulmer who was standing by, and to show how offended she felt, seemed the limit of the Duchess's resources as a mother superior.
Shortly before Catherine was appropriated by Henry, she had gone from the Duchess at Lambeth to reside at court where she dashed into place among the brilliant water flies.
gen.culpepper.com /historical/howard/part1.htm   (2823 words)

 Catherine Howard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Miniature watercolour portrait of Catherine Howard, attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger.
She was the daughter of Lord Edmund Howard, a poor younger son of 2nd Duke of Norfolk.
Howard was the tenth child of Lord Edmund Howard and Joyce Culpepper.
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Howard served in the war with Scotland in 1542, and in 1543 he fought in Flanders with the English army on the side of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, who was seeking to acquire the Netherlands.
Howard's translation of the second and third books of the Aeneid by Virgil was written in blank verse of five iambic feet, the first use of this form in English.
Howard found himself agreeing with Joseph that his people had never signed a treaty giving up their homeland, but in Howard's view this did not change the fact that eastern Oregon was no longer a place where Indians could roam free.
theodore.l.durgan.home.att.net /howard..htm   (2342 words)

 Catherine Howard
Catherine Howard was the cousin of Anne Boleyn and the niece of the Duke of Norfolk
Catherine was sent to the court of Henry VIII as a lady-in waiting and just as the Duke of Norfolk had planned and manipulated the young Catherine caught the eye of the ageing King Henry
1541 Autumn: Catherine Howard was arrested and imprisoned and interrogated in an abbey in Middlesex
www.elizabethan-era.org.uk /catherine-howard.htm   (1265 words)

 About Catherine HOWARD (Queen of England)
Catherine Howard, a first cousin of Anne Boleyn, was fifteen or sixteen when she married Henry.
Catherine demanded to see the King and was refused and at one point did escape and ran screaming down the hall but to no avail.
It is known the King loved Catherine and would have gladly have forgiven her, however there were more powerful forces at work and he believed his only actions were to agree to the trial and accept the outcome.
www.tudorplace.com.ar /aboutCatherineHoward.htm   (5270 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Howard, Catherine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Howard, Catherine HOWARD, CATHERINE [Howard, Catherine] 1521?-1542, fifth queen consort of Henry VIII of England.
Landowners in Norfolk from the 13th cent., the Howards obtained the duchy of Norfolk through the marriage of Sir Robert Howard to Margaret Mowbray, daughter of Thomas Mowbray, 1st duke of Norfolk.
Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 3d duke of NORFOLK, THOMAS HOWARD, 3D DUKE OF [Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 3d duke of] 1473-1554, English nobleman, prominent in the reign of Henry VIII ; son of Thomas Howard, the 2d duke.
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 ::Catherine Howard::
Catherine Howard was born into one of the most famous of noble families — Catherine's father was the younger brother of the Duke of Norfolk.
She was Anne Boleyn’s cousin and in the social circle in which she lived, it would have been expected that she would have been seen by Henry, who after the divorce from Anne of Cleves, was once again looking for a wife.
Catherine was just 15 or 16 when Henry asked for her hand in marriage.
www.historylearningsite.co.uk /catherine_howard.htm   (314 words)

 Catherine Howard - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Howard, Catherine (1520?-1542), queen consort of England (1540-1542) as the fifth wife of King Henry VIII.
Catherine of Aragón : divorce from Henry VIII : support for divorce: Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of
Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of (1473-1554), English nobleman and court intriguer during the reign of Henry VIII.
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 Portrait of Catherine Howard by HOLBEIN, Hans the Younger
Catherine Howard (1520-42) was the fifth wife of King Henry VIII of England.
Catherine was one of 10 children of Lord Edmund Howard (died 1539), a poverty-stricken younger son of Thomas Howard, 2nd duke of Norfolk.
After her marriage to Henry, Catherine had made Dereham her secretary, and it is probable - though still unproved - that she had committed adultery with Culpepper.
www.wga.hu /html/h/holbein/hans_y/1535h/07howard.html   (237 words)

 Catherine Howard
Catherine was one of 10 children of Joyce Culpeper and Lord Edmund Howard (1480-1539).
King Henry VIII first became attracted to the young girl Catherine in 1540, when he was seeking to end his politically motivated marriage to Anne of Cleves, to whom Catherine was a maid of honour.
Catherine Howard, Thomas Culpeper, and the modern day Culpeppers are all apparently descended from Sir Thomas Culpeper of Brenchley and Bayhall (1230-1309).
gen.culpepper.com /historical/howard   (519 words)

 Ancestry of Benjamin Howard
Her body was interred in Howard family cemetery, Madison Co., KY. At 21 years of age Rebecca became the mother of Catherine (Kate) Howard in Rowan County, NC, August 10, 1783.
Howard or any two of them may choose a third person in case of the death of either, and their judgment shall be binding and obligatory to all intents and purposes, as if done by myself at this time, in my proper person.
Catherine (Kate) Howard was born in Rowan County, NC August 10, 1783.
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 Catherine Howard
Another frontispiece had been prepared by the same artist, in which Catherine is shown lying in her tomb, but this was not used.
Williams, from the "Catherine Howard" of Alexandre Dumas.
Catherine Howard is also the heroine of Ainsworth's story.
www.cadytech.com /dumas/work.php?key=56   (500 words)

 The National Archives | Research, education & online exhibitions | Treasures from The National Archives | Catherine ...
This letter written by Catherine Howard, fifth wife of Henry VIII, was used as evidence of her adultery.
In this affectionate letter, Catherine has heard that Thomas has fallen ill. She urges him to let her know how he is. She writes that it causes her pain to be apart from him and wishes he could be with her.
Catherine Howard was beheaded for treason in February 1542.
www.nationalarchives.gov.uk /museum/item.asp?item_id=13   (332 words)

 Catherine Howard - The Rose without a Thorn
Catherine was one of ten children and is believed to have been born between 1523-1525.
Maddox became charmed by the young Miss Howard and when Catherine was placed in the household of the Dowager Duchess of Norfolk to learn and be taught the ways and manners of a lady, he followed her there and sought a position in the Dowager's household.
Catherine was not an innocent youngster despite her age.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/KBH/106564   (580 words)

 The Six Wives of Henry VIII. Meet the Wives. Catherine Howard | PBS
It was at the house of Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester, a devotee of the Catholic cause, that Henry VIII would first meet Catherine Howard.
When it was clear that the king was captivated by Catherine, the duke of Norfolk, leader of the Catholic faction and Catherine's uncle, took advantage of the situation and hatched a plan.
A bubbly flirt, Catherine was meant to distract the king from religious reformers like Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury.
www.pbs.org /wnet/sixwives/meet/ch_handbook_bg4.html   (112 words)

 Katherine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Catherine de' Medici, Queen of France as the wife of King Henri II of France
Catherine Howard, the fifth wife of Henry VIII
Catherine of Braganza, the queen consort of King Charles II of England
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 thePeerage.com - Catherine Arabella Howard and others
     Catherine Arabella Howard was the daughter of Captain Edward Giles Howard and Frances Anne Heneage.
     Adelaide Laura Howard was the daughter of Captain Edward Giles Howard and Frances Anne Heneage.
     Julia Barbara Howard was the daughter of Edward Charles Howard and Elizabeth Maycock.
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 VCU Community Solutions
Howard has been the primary investigator for the HUD Community Outreach Partnership Center grant and has received grants from other sources to support the activities of this university-community partnership.
Howard received her Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from Davidson College, her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Maryland, College Park, and her Doctor of Philosophy in Human Development and Family Studies from Penn State University.
Howard received the VCU College of Humanities and Sciences Distinguished Service Award in 2003 and the Richmond YWCA Woman of the Year award for Human Relations in 2004.
www.vcu.edu /communitysolutions/howard.html   (946 words)

 AllRefer.com - Catherine Howard (British And Irish History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Catherine Howard 1521?–1542, fifth queen consort of Henry VIII of England.
She was the daughter of Lord Edmund Howard and the niece of the powerful Thomas Howard, 3d duke of Norfolk.
Henry married her soon after his divorce from Anne of Cleves in 1540.
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 Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard
Anne, the mother of Princess Elizabeth, was heard to remark that her death would be swift as she had 'a little neck' and that the executioner was supposed to be very good.
And so the Queen of England, only 3 years into her marriage to King Henry VIII and only weeks after the burial of Catherine of Aragon was taken from her cell, knelt down and with a single swing of the sword, beheaded.
Henry VIII had already fallen in love with Jane Seymour and there was a rumour that Anne, like Catherine of Aragon, was unable to give birth to a boy: she had, on weeks before her execution, failed to give birth to a son.
www.schoolshistory.org.uk /queenexecution.htm   (338 words)

 Kathryn Howard
Kathryn Howard was the daughter of Lord Edmund Howard, a younger brother of Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk.
Sixteen days after he was free of Anne, Henry took his fifth wife, Kathryn Howard, on July 28, 1540.
She was executed on the Tower Green on February 13, 1542 and laid to rest near her cousin Anne Boleyn in the Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula at the Tower of London.
tudorhistory.org /howard   (424 words)

 Catherine Howard — FactMonster.com
Catherine Howard - Howard, Catherine, 1521?–1542, fifth queen consort of Henry VIII of England.
Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 3d duke of - Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 3d duke of, 1473–1554, English nobleman, prominent in the reign of...
Landowners in Norfolk from the 13th cent., the Howards obtained the...
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