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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On the same day, Henry married his fifth wife, Catherine Howard.
That two of the annulments were of the marriages to Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard perhaps indicates that the royal breeches were supported by both belt and braces.
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.
1542: Catherine Howard, fifth wife of Henry VIII, was beheaded on Tower Green.
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.
One of them - Catherine Howard - is also said to haunt Hampton Court Palace.
However, according to her, it was part of the "ancient actual ritual." She insisted that Princess Diana followed the footsteps of many royal women including Henry VIII's wives Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard.
In 1541, Howard was called to court for failing to make the King aware of his then-wife Catherine Howard's sexual promiscuity.
| 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?
On the same day, Henry married his fifth wife, Catherine Howard. 1586: The first potatoes arrived in Britain in Plymouth, brought from the Americas reputedly by Sir Thomas Harriott.
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.