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Her cousin Harriet ( by then Lady Granville ), with whom Lady Caroline's relationship had deteriorated after childhood, visited her in December 1816 and was so incredulous at her unrepentant behavior that she ended her description of the visit in a letter to her sister with: " I mean my visit to be annual.
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Her mother ’ s marriage to Agrippa was her second marriage, as Julia the Elder was widowed from her first marriage, to her paternal cousin Marcus Claudius Marcellus and they had no children.
Her portrait of The Reverend Matthew Blackburne Grier was particularly well-received, as was Sita and Sarita, a portrait of her cousin Charles W. Leavitt's wife Sarah ( Allibone ) Leavitt in white, with a small black cat perched on her shoulder, both gazing out mysteriously.
Her sister, Bellatrix Lestrange and cousin Sirius Black were described as being incredibly beautiful before going to Azkaban, as were all members of the Black family.
Her first cousin once removed, also named Lucy Grymes, married Henry Lee II ( who was in fact Peyton Randolph's first cousin once removed ), and was the mother of Henry " Light Horse Harry " Lee, who was the father of Confederate General Robert Edward Lee.
Her cousin Magnus the Strong proclaims himself ruler of Gothenland, whereas Ragnvald Knaphövde, in opposition to him, proclaims himself king of Sweden in Svealand.
Her godparents were: the Prince of Wales ( her paternal uncle, for whom his brother the Prince George stood proxy ); Princess Ingrid of Sweden ( her paternal cousin, for whom another cousin Lady Patricia Ramsay stood proxy ); the Princess Victoria ( her paternal great-aunt ); the Lady Rose Leveson-Gower ( her maternal aunt ); and the Hon David Bowes-Lyon ( her maternal uncle ).
Her husband, Pompeianus, was not involved, but two men alleged to have been her lovers, Marcus Ummidius Quadratus Annianus ( the consul of 167, who was also her first cousin ) and Appius Claudius Quintianus, attempted to murder Commodus as he entered the theatre.
Her Protestant brother-in-law and cousin William III became joint monarch with his wife, Anne's sister Mary II.
Her mother, Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge, was a male-line grand-daughter of King George III and a first cousin of Queen Victoria.
Her family had been relatively obscure until, when she was a child, her father, Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, was chosen with the consent of the great powers to succeed his distant cousin, Frederick VII, to the Danish throne.
Her cousin Stephen of Blois was, like her, a grandchild of William ( the Conqueror ) of Normandy ; but her paternal line meant she was senior to Stephen in the line of succession.
Her father's brother Sir John Benn, 1st Baronet was a British politician, and her first cousin once removed is British politician Tony Benn.
Her husband was accused of having poorly defended Mainz in July 1793, and considered an aristocratic " suspect ", was sentenced to death and guillotined, with his cousin Augustin, on 23 July 1794, on the Place de la Révolution ( today's Place de la Concorde ) in Paris.
Her brother, the Duke of Clarence, had been executed by Edward IV in 1478 ; Edward himself had died of illness in 1483 and finally, her younger brother Richard, who took the throne as Richard III was in 1485 killed at the Battle of Bosworth by the leader of the House of Lancaster, Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond, a cousin and nephew of Henry VI, who went on to become Henry VII, and to marry the daughter of Edward IV, Elizabeth of York.
Her father married her to Tiberius Claudius Nero, her cousin of patrician status who was fighting with him on the side of Julius Caesar's assassins against Octavian.
Her paternal grandfather Richard Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury was the brother of Buckingham's paternal grandmother ( also named Anne Neville ), making Buckingham the Queen's second cousin.
Her paternal cousin was Sir Geoffrey de Havilland ( 1882 – 1965 ), an aircraft designer, notably of the De Havilland Mosquito, and founder of the aircraft company which bore his name.
Her French father, Michael Heine, was a scion of a prominent German-rooted Berlin and Paris banking Jewish family and a cousin of poet Heinrich Heine.
Her best-known relative was her cousin Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, who married the Duke of York ( later King George VI ) in 1923, became Queen when his brother, King Edward VIII, abdicated in 1936, and who spent much of the twentieth century known as the Queen Mother.
Her cousin, Kiakshuk and James Houston both inspired her to try her hand at drawing, then copper plates, a technique she did not enjoy.
Her and Harriet
Her small daughter, Harriet, was billed as " Baby Parsons " in several movies, which included The Magic Wand ( 1912 ), written by Louella Parsons.
Her career as Ilma de Murska started in 1862 in Florence, Italy as Lady Harriet in Friedrich von Flotow's Martha.
Her use of synaesthesia in lush descriptions particularly interested Harriet Malinowitz in The Women's Review of Books.
Her daughters Harriet Vaughan Cheney and Eliza Lanesford Cushing were popular writers in the nineteenth century.
Her paternal grandparents are Ozzie and Harriet Nelson and her maternal grandparents are Tom Harmon, a Heisman Trophy winner from the University of Michigan, and actress Elyse Knox.
Her father-in-law was created Duke of Sutherland in 1833, and was succeeded by his son later that year, whereupon Harriet became Duchess of Sutherland.
Her first book, Domestic Manners of the Americans ( 1832 ) has been the best known, but she also published strong social novels: an anti-slavery novel said to influence the work of the American Harriet Beecher Stowe, the first industrial novel, and two anti-Catholic novels that used a Protestant position to examine self-making.
" Her Side of His Story: A Feminist Analysis of Two Nineteenth-Century Antebellum Novels — William Wells Brown ’ s Clotel and Harriet E. Wilson ’ s Our Nig.
Her produced feature film screenplays include Harriet the Spy, Gossip, and the independent feature Sunday on the Rocks.
She said in an interview with The Brown Bookshelf that one of the most important poems she has written was Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led Her People to Freedom: " Those inspired words came together with Kadir Nelson ’ s soulful paintings and Ellice Lee ’ s brilliant art direction in a perfect publishing storm.
* Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led Her people to Freedom, with Kadir Nelson ( Illustrator ), 2006, Jump at the Sun / Hyperion, ISBN 0-7868-5175-9
Her book, St. Elmo, was published in 1866, and ultimately rivaled Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin in impact and influence.
Her earliest radio writing credits included Groucho Marx, Duffy's Tavern, and The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet.