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  1. Catherine Woodville (ur. ok. 1458, zm. 18 maja 1497 ) – angielska arystokratka , księżna Buckingham w latach 1465–1483 jako żona Henryka Stafforda , najmłodsza córka Richarda Woodville’a i Jakobiny Luksemburskiej , siostra królowej Elżbiety Woodville.

  2. Catherine and her sister were the daughters of Richard Woodville, 1st Earl Rivers and Jacquetta of Luxembourg. Catherine's dates of birth and death are unknown, but she was born before 1458 . Her first husband was Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham , who is thought to have been some years her junior; he was a boy of eleven when they married in February, 1466 .

  3. Kate Woodville (12 March 1938 – 5 June 2013; age 75) was an English actress who played Natira in the Star Trek: The Original Series third season episode "For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky". She filmed her scenes between Wednesday 14 August 1968 and Wednesday 21 August 1968 at Desilu Stage 10 and Desilu Culver Stage 8. Initially credited as Catherine Woodville, she was quite ...

  4. Katherine Woodville, eigentlich Rosemary H. Mason (* 12. März 1938 in London, England; † 5. Juni 2013 in Portland, Oregon ), die auch als Catherine Woodville und Kate Woodville bekannt ist, war eine britische Film- und Fernsehschauspielerin. Sie erlangte unter dem Namen Catherine Woodville (1955–1966) in Großbritannien Bekanntheit.

  5. Elizabeth Woodville left her mark on history as queen consort of King Edward IV. Her sister Catherine, on the other hand, became a figure in the shadows. In ...

  6. 19 de mai. de 2019 · Catherine Woodville (1458 - 18 May 1497). Married Henry Stafford, son of Humphrey Stafford and Margaret Beaufort (a paternal first cousin of the Margaret Beaufort who married Edmund Tudor and was the mother of Henry VII).

  7. Catherine Woodville (or Katherine Wydeville) (1458 – 18 May 1497), was an English medieval noblewoman, best known for marrying a number of influential husbands and producing several illustrious children. She owed her position largely to her sister, Elizabeth Woodville, the queen of King Edward IV of England.