Chanel's family grew with a sister Antoinette and brothers Alphonse, Lucien and Augustin who died as an infant. Four years after the death of Augustin in 1891 Chanel's mother passed away. Chanel's father left the children with various family and in orphanages. 12 year old Cahnel was left in the orphanage of the Catholic monastery of Aubazine. There she learned to sew and Chanel spent school vacations with realtives learning to sew with more style than what was thought by the nuns in the monastery.
She stayed with them for two years before running away, back to the Darke County Infirmary. She returned to living with her mother and her second stepfather, who died soon after, in her early teens. When her second step father died her mother was left on her own with a new born infant to raise seven children on her own.
Her father was a cabinet maker who enlisted in the Bombay infantry. He died three months before Anna was born and her mother re-married a corporal in the Engineers. Anna and her sister were sent to school in England. Then, at the age of 14, she and her sister returned to India on the completion of their education. At the age of 18, Anna married a clerk called Thomas Leon Owens.
Diana and her daughter-in-law, both attended public school, but after finishing their school, Diana didn’t go to any college. She didn’t choose any professional career. Kate became a student at Saint Andrews, in 2001 where she met Prince William. While in her first year at the university, she was placed in the dormitory St. Salvators Hall, which was the same building as Prince William. Kate and William took several classes in their course schedule together as well, and soon became friends.
Her biological father is still unknown. Life/ Career Highlights * Her mother was seen to be mentally unstabled and was placed under the care of family friend Ida and Wayne Bolender at birth. * At the age of 9, she was sent to live with her Great Aunt Grace McKee, who encouraged her to be an actress. * At the age of 16, Monroe signed with the Blue Book Modeling Agency. * She was married at the age of 16 to Jim Doughterty, known as an all- American young man.
Lanyer had an older sister, Angela, and two brothers, Lewis and Phillip, who died before they reached adulthood. Her father died when she was seven and was also buried in Bishopgate May 11, 1576. (3) Lanyer was the mistress of Henry Carey. She became pregnant at the age of 23 and was paid off by Carey. She then later married her cousin by marriage, Alphonso Lanyer.
When he later lived with his aunt and cousin, he was called Little Junior since his cousin's nickname was also Junior. He was of African American with Native American, specifically Apache, descent through his father, and Asian ancestry. Brown and his family lived in extreme poverty. When Brown was two years old his mother left his father for another man. Brown continued to live with his father and his father's live-in girlfriends until he was six years old.
(Koloski 3). Kate died on August 22, 1904 of a cerebral hemorrhage. Kate began school in 1855 at the St. Louis Academy of the Sacred Heart. There she met the best friend of her youth, Katherine Garesche` whom Kate lovingly called “Kitty.” Kitty chose to join the Sacred Heart Convent in 1870 (Seyersted 18). Later Kate attended one year at the Academy of the Visitation (Koloski 3-4) from which she graduated June 1868 (Seyersted 23).
She was born out of wedlock, but the couple got married when Coco turned 1 year old. Her father was a small-wares peddler and her mother came from a family of a peasant. Her mother passed away from tuberculosis when she was twelve years old. One week later, her father abandoned her. She was then raised by nuns in provincial orphanage.
Biography Elizabeth Bishop (1911-1979), poet, was born on 8 February 1911 in Worcester, Massachusetts. Her father died before her first birthday, and her mother suffered a series of nervous collapses and was committed to a mental hospital when Bishop was five, thus being permanently removed from the life of her only child. From ages three to six, Bishop lived in Great Village, Nova Scotia, with her mother's parents, and was then taken in by her father's family in Worcester and Boston. She attended Walnut Hill School near Boston during her high-school years, followed by four years at