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.
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 ela um ano antes.
7 de out. de 2023 · Anne was the second daughter of James, duke of York (King James II, 1685–88), and Anne Hyde. Although her father was a Roman Catholic, she was reared a Protestant at the insistence of her uncle, King Charles II. In 1683 Anne was married to the handsome, if uninspiring, Prince George of Denmark (1653
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Anne Hyde is an American historian, author, and professor, specializing in the U.S. West and comparative North American history. She wrote award-winning books such as Empires, Nations, and Families: A History of the North American West, 1800–1860 and An American Vision: Far Western Landscape and National Culture, 1820–1920. Her latest book, Born of Lakes and Plains: Mixed Descent Families and the Making of the American West, 2021, is published by W. W. Norton.
- Ph.D. in History, M.A. in History, B.A. in History
- Historian, Professor, Author
- 1960, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
31 de mar. de 2022 · Anne Hyde was the wife of James, duke of York, the younger brother of Charles II, who was destined to become king of England, Scotland and Ireland. She was a lady's daughter, a maid of honour, and a Protestant, but she had a secret affair with James before their marriage in 1660. She died in childbirth in 1671, leaving him with a son who became the future James II.