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* Mary Boleyn ( c. 1499 – 19 July 1543 ); Lady Mary Carey ( 1520 – 1528 ); Lady Stafford ( 1534 – 1543 )
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Mary and Boleyn
By 1525 Henry was infatuated with his mistress Anne Boleyn and dissatisfied that his marriage to Catherine had produced no surviving sons, leaving their daughter, the future Mary I of England, as heiress presumptive at a time when there was no established precedent for a woman on the throne.
" The historian Jasper Ridley, author of several biographies including one on Henry VIII and another on Mary Tudor, goes much further in his dual biography of More and Cardinal Wolsey, The Statesman and the Fanatic, describing More as " a particularly nasty sadomasochistic pervert ," a line of thinking followed by the late Joanna Denny in her 2004 biography of Anne Boleyn.
* July 19 – Mary Boleyn, mistress of Kings Francis I of France and Henry VIII of England ( b. 1500 )
* Mary Boleyn ( 1499 – 1543 ): mistress of King Henry VIII of England and ( allegedly ) lover of King Francis I of France
Author Gareth Russell wrote a summary of the evidence and relates that Jane Dormer, Duchess of Feria, wrote her memoirs shortly before her death in 1612 ; in it the former lady in waiting and confident to Queen Mary I of England wrote of Anne Boleyn " She was convicted and condemned and was not yet twenty-nine years of age.
Mary Boleyn, Anne Boleyn's older sister, had earlier been recalled from France in late 1519, ostensibly for her affairs with the French king and his courtiers.
She married William Carey, a minor noble, in February 1520, at Greenwich, with Henry VIII in attendance: soon after, Mary Boleyn became the English King's mistress.
He is currently enjoying a discreet affair with Mary Boleyn, a daughter of Sir Thomas Boleyn who is one of his courtiers ; but the King is bored with her too.
His maternal great-grandmother Mary Boleyn was a sister of Anne Boleyn, mother of Queen Elizabeth I, making him a first-cousin-twice-removed of the Queen.
* Anne Shelton ( courtier ), aunt of Anne Boleyn and mother of Henry VIII's mistress, Mary Shelton ; wife of the above
His eldest daughter Queen Mary lived there between 1533 and 1536, when she was sent to wait on the then Princess Elizabeth, as punishment for refusing to recognise Henry's marriage to Anne Boleyn and his religious reforms.
* Mary Stafford, née Mary Boleyn, sister of Anne Boleyn and mistress of Henry VIII, to whom she is alleged to have borne two children
It is presumed that their first two children Mary and George were born at Blickling Hall, along with several other Boleyn infants who did not live long.
Henry realised with the passing years that the ageing Catherine was unlikely to produce a son and heir, and he was having notorious affairs with sisters Mary Boleyn and Anne Boleyn.
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This comprises psalms, antiphons, lessons, & c., for feasts of various groups or classes ( twelve in all ); e. g. apostles, martyrs, confessors, virgins, and the Blessed Virgin Mary.
The Wedding of Stephen Beckingham and Mary Cox by William Hogarth, c. 1729 ( Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City | N. Y. ).
The earliest cited English usage in connection with marital status is from a manuscript of c. 1200, when Mary ( mother of Jesus ) is described as “ handfast ( to ) a good man called Joseph ”.
The Scottish medieval clàrsach ' Queen Mary harp ' Clàrsach na Banrigh Màiri, ( c. 1400 ) now in the Museum of Scotland, is a one of only three surviving medieval Gaelic harps.
The monk and historian Domenico Cavalca ( c. 1270-1342 ), citing Jerome, suggested that Mary Magdalene was betrothed to St John the Evangelist: " I like to think that the Magdalene was the spouse of John, not affirming it ...
< div class =" center "> Mary, Queen of Scots by an unknown artist after François Clouet ( c. 1559 ) London, Victoria and Albert Museum </ div > The Queen is shown wearing her rope of famous black pearls.
* August 24 – Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, English politician and husband of Mary Tudor ( b. c. 1484 )
Virgin Mary holding the unicorn ( c. 1480 ), detail of the Annunciation with the Unicorn Polyptych, National Museum, Warsaw | National Museum, Warsaw
* Mary Walpole ( c. 1705 – 2 January 1732 ), who married the 3rd Earl of Cholmondeley on 14 September 1723 and had two sons.
* James Hamilton, Earl of Arran ( c. 1517 – 1575 ) ( from 8 February 1548, Duke of Châtelherault ) was Governor and Protector of the Kingdom ( 3 January 1543 – 12 April 1554 ) for Mary, Queen of Scots.
According to The Descendants of William Sabin, compiled by Gordon Alan Morris, Thomas J. Prittie, and Dixie Prittie, the first Caucasian child born in the county was Mary Stuart Sabin, daughter of Dr. Warren Sabin, c. 1812.
Davide Rizzio, sometimes written as Davide Riccio or Davide Rizzo ( c. 1533 – 9 March 1566 ), was an Italian courtier, born close to Turin, a descendant of an ancient and noble family still living in Piedmont, the Riccio Counts de San Paolo et Solbrito, who rose to become the private secretary of Mary, Queen of Scots.
# Lady Mary Rich ( born c. 1636 – 8 February 1666 ), married John Campbell, 1st Earl of Breadalbane and Holland.
In c. 876 the cathedral acquired the Sancta Camisa, believed to be the tunic worn by the Blessed Virgin Mary at the time of Christ's birth.
He married in 1577 Mary Sidney, the famous Countess of Pembroke ( c. 1561 – 1621 ), third daughter of Sir Henry Sidney and his wife Mary Dudley.
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'' For the last half hour Mary Jane had criss-crossed half the length of the Gardens and, at last, come upon her knight.
His presence there, asleep in the grass, confirmed all that Mary Jane believed it was in his power to teach her: freedom from the tedium of needs such as hotels, the meaning of nature, how to live, simply, with the angels.
Mary Jane belonged to a world acquainted with small attractive hotels and pensions in all the major and minor cities.
It would be literary license calculated to glamorize life to say that he, oh, dropped his napkin, so startled was he by Mary Jane's beauty.
The CTCA program of activities was profuse: William Farnum and Mary Pickford on the screen, Elsie Janis and Harry Lauder on the stage, books provided by the American Library Association, full equipment for games and sports -- except that no `` bones '' were furnished for the all-time favorite pastime played on any floor and known as `` African golf ''.
His daughter Elinor married Quiney's son Adrian in 1613, and his son Henry married Mary Lane of Stratford in 1609.
If, the editors sometimes, dozed and printed pretentious, New, York-mind, dross, they, also printed, Malraux,, Silone,, Chiaromonte,, Gide, Bellow,, Robert Lowell, Francis Fergusson, Mary McCarthy, Delmore Schwartz, Mailer, Elizabeth Hardwick, Eleanor Clark,, and a host of, other good writers.
The Queen Mary has long been a symbol of speed, luxury, and impeccable British service on the high seas.
But the Cunard line, influenced by unpleasant economic facts and not sentiment, has decided to keep the Queen Mary in service until next Spring at least.
A new queen, with the prosaic title of Q3, had been planned for several years to replace the Queen Mary.
The Cunard line has under consideration replacing the Queen Mary with a ship smaller than 75,000 tons.
John's thoughts raced painfully into the past as he read the letter he had just received from his sister Mary.
Listed as present at the Descent were Mary, Mary's sister, Mary Magdalene, John, Joseph of Arimathea, Nicodemus.
Search as he might, he could find no place where the Bible spoke of a moment when Mary could have been alone with Jesus.