Henry was starting to get annoyed because Catherine was not giving him a son. He was cheating on Catherine with a few other girls and did get a son with one of his girlfriends but because they were not married the son was illegitimate and he could not become King. Henry was planning to get a divorce then in 1503 so he asked his Cardinal, Thomas Wolsey – his adviser and close friend to arrange it. Catherine kept refusing. Henry wanted to divorce Catherine and marry the 20-year-old daughter of the Earl of Wiltshire, Anne Boleyn.
Mme. Suzanne would take little Élisabeth with her to the countryside for walks during these stols thes particular one at Marly she met for the First time, the future queen of france, Marie Antoinette. In 1770 when they found François Boucher dead, she became a very celebrated artist, she had the Gems of the fashion world; the nobilwoman of the French court, princesses, dutchesses, and the celebrities of the time flocking to her studio, she also had the doors of Faubourg St. Germain Opened to her. She was in touch with the famopus artists of the day like Le Moyne, Blunt Quentin de LA tour and the rest. Four years after her great fame begane to spread on October 25th 1774, she was elected into L’académie de Sainte-Luc at only Nineteen years old.
Since Catherine had been married to his brother Arthur for six months. But Catherine's nephew, Charles V was the Holy Roman Emperor and had no intentions of allowing his aunt to be disgraced, and after the "sack of Rome" Charles controlled the pope. The king was denied his request, and when the Queen found out about his plans, she turned to friends at court and the Spanish ambassador for help. Catherine was a loved and respected queen, and the king soon began to lose support for his
Katarina von Dora was born in Lippendorf, Germany to Hans von Bora and Katharina Haubitz. During the early years of her life her mother died when she was 5 years old, in 1504 her father sent five year old Katarina to a to the Benedictine cloister in Brehna for education. At the age of nine she moved to the Cistercian monastery in Nimbschen, near Grimma, where her maternal aunt was already a member of the community. When she was a teenager in 1515 she took her vows to become a nun, entering the Nimbschen Cloister. Later on in life (1523) Katarina Escaped from the Nimbschen Cloister with 11 other nuns which Martin Luther friend Leonhard Köppe covered under his wagon with fish barrels.
Robert Concepcion Professor Makin YMN 233 February 16, 2009 My name is Robert Concepcion, and I was born in the Bronx on September 4, 1986. I was adopted a couple of months later, by Puerto Rican family. However, my biological father and mother were French, Irish and Dominican respectively. My adoptive grandfather took care of me after school; I was lavished with love and comfort by my adoptive grandfather. In the sixth grade, when I was eleven years old, every Sunday my mother started taking my sister and me to Holy Name Catholic Church.
Mary Cassatt Mary Cassatt was born May 22, 1844 in Allegheny City, Pa., the daughter of Robert Simpson a well to do real estate and investment broker and her mother Katherine came from a banking family. Her family life was that of a high society and she was schooled in such things as homemaking, how to be a proper wife , sketching, painting and music. These were things expected of women. For a woman to persue a career was not looked upon as something a young lady was expected to do. When Mary was about five years of age , her family moved to Europe for several years were she was first introduced to art.
Enrique Garduno Meg Gudgeirsson History 17A October 16, 2013 A Midwife’s Tale In the 18th Century a women name Martha Ballard was living with her husband, Ephraim. They both moved to Hallowell, Maine where Martha lived through chaotic decades and the American Revolution. Ballard would write on her dairy about the things she did and happen in her life everyday. During the 20th Century Laurel Thatcher Ulrich did research and wrote a Pulitzer Prize-winning book, and soon filmed a movie based on Ulrich book about the 18th Century in Ballard eyes. In 1785, Martha Ballard was 50 years old; she was a mother, midwife and a healer.
Catherine was blamed for the excessive persecutions carried out under her sons' rule. She may not have been a principle in the plot but there is no doubt that she was aware of the plans for the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre of 1572. After Charles died in 1574, Catherine played a key role in the reign of her third son, Henry III and last Valois heir. He dispensed with her advice only in the last months of her life. Overall, her authority was always limited, either by others, the effects of the civil wars or finances.
Although just like Anne Boleyn she was killed, because she loved someone else instead of Henry. One fact about Catherine is a legend. It states that Catherine’s ghost still knocks on the door of King Henry’s room and screams his name. Catherine Parr Catherine Parr was Henry’s last wife. She reigned from 12 July 1543 – 28 January 1547.
Kate Chopin was born in St. Louis Missouri on February 8th, 1850 as Kate O’Flaherty. Her parents Eliza and Thomas had five children including Kate, and at a young age her father died. She was raised Catholic and attended The Sacred Heart Academy in St. Louis where she excelled academically. After her father’s passing, Chopin lived with her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother whom were all