Catherine Howard


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Cath′erine How′ard


n.
1520?–42, fifth queen of Henry VIII of England.
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Noun1.Catherine Howard - Queen of England as the fifth wife of Henry VIII who was accused of adultery and executed (1520-1542)Catherine Howard - Queen of England as the fifth wife of Henry VIII who was accused of adultery and executed (1520-1542)
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1542: "I die a Queen but I would rather have died the wife of Culpepper," - said to be the last words of Catherine Howard, fifth wife of Henry VIII, before she was beheaded on Tower Green.
February 13 IT WAS unlucky 13 for the young Catherine Howard, fifth wife of Henry VIII.
True or false, Catherine Howard was the sixth wife of Henry VIII?
The earliest parts are thought to date from 1540 - the year in which Henry VIII married Catherine Howard and had Thomas Cromwell executed - while other sections of the five-bedroom property would have been built a few monarchs later in the 17th century and beyond.
On the same day, Henry married his fifth wife, Catherine Howard.
He spent a mere 12 minutes mansplaining the same operation to Catherine Howard, his fifth wife, because she was only 21 and wouldn't have properly understood.
Which Newcastle United player, a new signing this year, wife Catherine Howard before her execution, is the London residence of which North East aristocrat?
The day was co-organised by Catherine Howard, manager and curator at North East Art Collective - which includes around 150 artists and designers and is also an ambassador for small businesses - and Dawn Goodwill-Evans from its supporter Active Northumberland.
For 400 years, Preston Hall in the South Eastern 'Garden of England' county of Kent, was the country home of the Culpeper family whose descendants included Joyce Culpeper, mother of the ill-fated Catherine Howard, fifth wife of Henry VIII.
In 1542, the fifth wife of England's King Henry VIII, Catherine Howard, was executed for adultery.
This is where Henry had his wives Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard beheaded (in 1536 and 1542) because neither provided a son and heir.
Henry VIII marries his fifth wife, 17-year-old Catherine Howard, a mischievous beauty who ignites the passion of both the king and his chamber groom, setting up a deadly love triangle.