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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 first name, Drew, was the maiden name of her paternal great-grandmother, Georgie Drew Barrymore ; her middle name, Blyth, was the original surname of the dynasty founded by her great-grandfather, Maurice Barrymore.
Her parents ' marriage had been arranged by Dangereuse with her paternal grandfather, the Troubadour.
Her paternal grandmother Elisabeth of Kujavia was the daughter of King Władysław I the Elbow-high, who had reunited Poland in 1320.
Her paternal great-grandfather, Lieutenant Colonel Lewis Tilghman Moore, owned the house which is now Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters Museum.
Her maternal grandparents were of mixed European and Eastern Cherokee ancestry ; of particular importance to her as a child was her grandfather, Calvin Clinton Copeland, who was a great source of inspiration and guidance to her as a young child, offering a more pantheistic spiritual alternative to her father and paternal grandmother's traditional Christianity.
Her paternal grandparents were immigrants from Russia and Romania ; many of her father's family perished in the Holocaust.
Her paternal grandparents were Emperor Charles IV and Elizabeth of Pomerania.
Her life changed dramatically in 1936, when her paternal uncle, King Edward VIII, abdicated to marry the divorced American Wallis Simpson.
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 paternal grandfather was of Sicilian descent, and her paternal grandmother was a descendant of Mayflower pilgrim William Brewster.
Her father's Roman name was Julius Aurelius Zenobius, with the gentilicium Aurelius showing that his paternal ancestors received Roman citizenship under either Antoninus Pius ( reigned 138 – 161 ), Marcus Aurelius ( reigned 161 – 180 ) or Commodus ( reigned 180 – 192 ).
Her son Vaballathus ( Latin from Aramaic, Wahballat " Gift of the Goddess ") inherited the name of Odaenathus ’ paternal grandfather.
Her paternal grandfather, Juan de Toledo, was a marrano ( Jewish convert to Christianity ) and was condemned by the Spanish Inquisition for allegedly returning to the Jewish faith.
Her paternal grandfather, John Claus Peters, was the son of German immigrants, Claus Peters and Caroline Catherine Eberlin.
Her father was a descendant of the Taliaferros of Virginia ; her paternal grandfather, Edward Bennett Close, a stockbroker and director of the American Hospital Association, was first married to Post Cereals ' heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post.
Her paternal grandparents were William the Conqueror and Matilda of Flanders.
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 mother's family had left Germany before World War II to avoid the Nazi regime ( Newton-John's maternal grandfather was Jewish, and her maternal grandmother was of paternal Jewish ancestry ).
Her paternal grandparents were Hungarian Jewish immigrants and two of her maternal great-grandparents were Danish.
Her father and her paternal uncle were both medical graduates from the American University of Beirut while her maternal family had come to Australia in the 19th century.
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 and grandfather
Her family hailed from Arkansas, where her great-grandparents and her maternal grandfather, Henry Eliot, were born into slavery.
Her father's grandfather had fled France during the Revolution, going first to Saint-Domingue, then New Orleans, and finally to Cuba where he helped build that country's first railway.
Her maternal grandmother was the Italian-born fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli, and her maternal grandfather was Count Wilhelm de Wendt de Kerlor, a Theosophist and psychic medium.
Her family lived on a homestead, Ivy Green, that Helen's grandfather had built decades earlier.
Her grandfather, Motilal Nehru, was a prominent Indian nationalist leader.
Her grandfather, Russell Crawford Mitchell, of Atlanta, enlisted in the Confederate States Army in July 1861, and was later severely wounded at the Battle of Sharpsburg.
Her grandfather had been an organist at Westminster Abbey.
Her maternal grandfather was the Ban of Slavonia Count Herman II of Celje, whose parents were Count Herman I of Celje and Catherine of Bosnia, who apparently descended also from Nemanjić kings of Serbia and from Catherine of Hungary, a daughter of Stephen V of Hungary.
Her mother's maternal grandfather was an Italian immigrant ; her mother's other ancestry is Scottish, Irish, and a small amount of Greek.
Her curiosity was piqued because she actually had a grandfather whom her family had lost touch with, and whose initials matched those given in the email.
Her alcoholic grandfather physically abused her and Solanas ran away and became homeless.
Her maternal grandfather was David Greer, a RIC sergeant in Castlewellan, County Down, Ireland in the 1880s and who later became a land steward to the Annesley family ( wealthy landlords who built the town of Castlewellan ).
Her maternal grandfather was Zibeon the Hivite son of Seir the Horite.
Her grandfather was an immigrant from England in 1908.
Her grandfather was killed fighting against her uncle, Edward IV of England, at the Battle of Barnet.
Her grandfather had been born a slave and had experienced emancipation in the 1860s.
Her mother was Mary Cadwalader Rawle ( 1850 – 1923 ) whose maternal grandfather was John Cadwalader ( 1805 – 1879 ) and father was lawyer William Henry Rawle ( 1823 – 1889 ).

Her and Antonio
Her last films made abroad were Beyond All Limits ( Mexican-American production, 1957 ) with Jack Palance, Faustina ( Spain, 1957 ), Sonatas ( Spain, 1957 ) directed by Juan Antonio Bardem and La Fievre Monte a El Pao ( French-Mexican production, 1959 ) directed by Luis Buñuel.
Her parents are Lydia Contreras and José Antonio Malaret.
Her siblings include Astrid, José Enrique, Jr., Patricia, Gabriel Enrique, Enrique Antonio and Isabel Celeste Arrarás.
* Antonio Muñoz Degrain ( 1893 ), " Isabella Pledging Her Jewels "
Guadalupe and Her Faithful: Latino Catholics in San Antonio, from Colonial Origins to the Present ( 2005 ).
Her later activities are documented by the Portuguese chronicler António de Oliveira de Cadornega, and by two Italian Capuchin priests, Giovanni Cavazzi da Montecuccolo and Antonio Gaeta da Napoli, who resided in her court from 1658 until her death ( Cavazzi presided at her funeral ).
Her teacher was Crisostomo Colonna, a member of the Academy of Pont, who supervised her education along with Antonio Galateo.
Her Book of Prayer, stream-of-consciousness utterances that were transcribed by Antonio de la Peña and her apologist Diego Victoria, was printed around 1518.
Her first film, El callejón de los milagros ( Miracle Alley, 1994 ) put her in the spotlight and, next year she was starring in Desperado alongside Antonio Banderas.
There are the 14th century Madonna with Child and Saints by Taddeo Gaddi, the 15th century Adoration of the Magi by Francesco d ' Antonio and St. Felicity with Her Seven Sons by Neri di Bicci.
Other notable Spanish films she appeared in include Pedro Almodóvar's Talk to Her ( 2002 ) and José Antonio Bayona's The Orphanage ( 2007 ), for which she received a Goya Award nomination.
Her grandfather was television writer Antonio Amurri, and her aunt is television writer Valentina Amurri.
In 1797 Godoy had Charles IV grant the titles of 1st Condesa de Castillo Fiel with a Coat of Arms of de Tudó and 1st Vizcondesa de Rocafuerte ( Letters of July 14, 1807 ) to Godoy's mistress Josefa Petra Francisca de Paula ( Pepita ) de Tudó y Cathalán, Alemany y Luecia, born in Cádiz on May 19, 1779, Dame of Her Royal Majesty the Queen and 385th Noble Dame of the Royal Order of Queen María Luisa, daughter of Antonio de Tudó y Alemany, Brigadier of the Royal Spanish Armies, Governor of the Royal Place of Buen Retiro, and wife Catalina Cathalán y Luecia.
Her style was often openly confrontational and harshly critical of her judicial colleagues, in particular Chief Justice Antonio Lamer, which some critics felt was unbecoming a justice of the Supreme Court.
Her husbands were Alfonso Piccolomini, Duke of Amalfi, and ( as in the play ) Antonio Bologna.
Her marrying beneath herself is a problem, however, and their marriage has to remain a secret, and Antonio shares neither her title nor her money.
Her lover, Pierre, refuses to reveal the plot against the Senate to her, suggesting that women shouldn't talk out of bed, and Antonio never calls her by her name, but refers to her only as his " little Nacky " ( a slang term for a woman's genitalia ).
Her mother, Lorelei ( née Frygier ), is a registered nurse, and her father, Tom Bell, is the television news director for WOAI-TV in San Antonio.
Her second husband was Antonio da Brescia.
Her husband since 1968, Phil Hardberger, became mayor of San Antonio in June 2005.
Her compositions have been recorded by many other artists, such as Marco Antonio Muñiz, Danny Rivera, Gilberto Monroig, Chucho Avellanet, Lucecita Benítez, Juan Luis Barry, Linda Rondstadt, Ednita Nazario and Lunna.
Her Lunch Dates have included former mayor Rudy Giuliani, and Hollywood actors Antonio Banderas, Rachel Weisz, and Alec Baldwin.
Her first studies took place at the Conservatory Antonio Neumane in the city of Guayaquil, where she became the soloist of the Conservatory's choir.
Her stepgrandchild was the New York architect George Henry Griebel ( 1846 – 1933 ), who built 1871 in San Antonio, Texas the quadrangle at Fort Sam Houston and later the Dakota Building in New York.

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