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  1. Catherine Fillol. Catherine Fillol (or Filliol; c. 1507 – c. 1535), Lady Seymour, was the daughter and co-heiress of Sir William Fillol (or Filliol; 1453 – 9 July 1527), of Woodlands, Horton, Dorset, and of Fillol's Hall, Essex . She became the first wife of Sir Edward Seymour, who went on to become the first Duke of Somerset of a new ...

  2. 26 de abr. de 2022 · Catherine Fillol (or Filliol) (c. 1507 - c.1535) was the daughter and co-heiress of Sir William Fillol (1453 - 9 July 1527), of Woodlands, Horton, Dorset, and of Fillol's Hall, Essex. As Katherine Seymour, she was made executor of her father William Filliol's will written in 1619.

    • England
    • circa 1501
    • "Fillol"
    • Fillol's Hall, Essex, England
  3. Catherine Fillol (or Filliol; c. 1507 – c. 1535), Lady Seymour, was the daughter and co-heiress of Sir William Fillol (or Filliol; 1453 – 9 July 1527), of Woodlands, Horton, Dorset, and of Fillol's Hall, Essex.

  4. Edward Seymour casou-se duas vezes; por volta de 1535 ele se divorciou de sua primeira esposa, Catherine Fillol, repudiando ela e seus filhos, e se casou com Anne Stanhope, que lhe deu nove filhos.

  5. Catherine Filloux is an American playwright. Filloux's plays have confronted the issue of human rights in many nations. She is of French and Algeria descent. She lives in New York City, New York. Biography Catherine Filloux's mother is from Oran, Algeria and her father from Guéret, France.

    • American
    • Playwright
  6. 9 de jan. de 2019 · Scandal in the Seymours by Alison Weir. It appears likely that there was some kind of scandal in Jane Seymour’s family before she came to court. By 1519, her brother Edward had married an heiress called Catherine Fillol. She bore two sons, John in 1527 and Edward in 1529, then seems to have retired to a convent.