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    Anne Hyde (12 March 1637 – 31 March 1671) was the first wife of James, Duke of York, who later became King James II and VII. Anne was the daughter of a member of the English gentry— Edward Hyde (later created Earl of Clarendon)—and met her future husband when they were both living in exile in the Netherlands.

  2. Summary. T he mother of Queen Mary and Queen Anne was herself a subject, the daughter of the celebrated Lord Clarendon, and was born in 1638. She was maid of honour to the Princess of Orange during the exile of the family of Charles I., and was in Paris with her royal mistress when the Duke of York first met and loved her.

  3. 31 de mar. de 2022 · How Anne Hyde changed the course of history. Samantha Arrowsmith. March 31, 2022. 2:57 pm. Had Anne Hyde lived beyond 13 March 1671 she would have been Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland, and yet she remains relatively forgotten, lost amongst the more famous Stuart consorts. Married to James, duke of York, the younger brother of ...

  4. Ana Hyde (Windsor, 12 de março de 1637 – Londres, 31 de março de 1671) [nota 1] foi a Duquesa de Iorque e Albany como a primeira esposa do futuro rei Jaime II & VII. Filha de pai advogado, era originalmente uma anglicana. Ela se casou com Jaime em 1660 depois de engravidar, porém afirma-se que ele havia prometido se casar com ...

  5. Description. Anne Hyde, the daughter of Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon and Charles II's Chancellor, was the first wife of the Duke of York, later James II. She met the duke in 1656 when maid of honour to his sister, Princess Mary of Orange, and married him in 1660, after becoming pregnant.

  6. Anne Hyde Facts. 1. Even Her Name Was Tragic. Anne Hyde was born on March 12, 1637 in Windsor, Berkshire England. Her father, Edward Hyde, was the Earl of Clarendon and her mother was Frances Aylesbury. They named their daughter Anne for a tragic reason. You see, Aylesbury was Hyde’s second wife.

  7. Anne Hyde, Duchess of York (1637-1671), First wife of James II; mother of Mary II and Queen Anne. Later Stuart Portraits Catalogue Entry. Sitter in 16 portraits The daughter of a Royalist advisor to the exiled Charles II, Anne secretly married James, the Duke of York, in the Netherlands in 1659.