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  1. Elizabeth Blount (c. 1498 /c. 1500 /c. 1502 – 1540), commonly known during her lifetime as Bessie Blount, was a mistress of Henry VIII of England. Early life [ edit ] Blount was the daughter of Sir John Blount and Catherine Peshall, of Kinlet , Bridgnorth , Shropshire . [5]

  2. Elizabeth Blount (Kinlet, c. 1502 – 1539/1540) [1] [2], que era mais conhecida por "Bessie", foi amante de Henrique VIII de Inglaterra. Ela era filha de Sir John Blount e de Catherine Pershall. Sir John Blount era um fiel servo da Família Real , que acompanhou o Rei Henrique a França em 1513 , quando ele travou guerra contra ...

  3. Elizabeth Blount (c. 1498 /c. 1500 /c. 1502 – 1539/1540), often called Bessie Blount, was famous for having an affair with King Henry VIII of England. Early life [ change | change source ] Blount was the daughter of Sir John Blount and Catherine Pershall, of Shropshire .

  4. 3 de jul. de 2013 · Elizabeth Blount, mais conhecida como Bessie Blount, era filha de Sir John Blount e Catherine Pershall. O pai de Elizabeth, Sir John Blount, era um fiel servo da Família Real Inglesa e acompanhou Henrique VIII à França em 1513, quando o Rei travou uma guerra contra Luís XII da França.

  5. Biographical information Status Alive Also known as Mistress Blount Baroness Tailboys of Kyme Baroness Clinton Residence Whitehall Palace (formerly) Profession Lady-in-Waiting to Catherine of Aragon (formerly) Affiliation King Henry VIII, Henry FitzRoy, Herself Religion: Probably Catholicism Family members Sir John Blount (father)

  6. Elizabeth Blount, a lady-in-waiting at the Tudor court, became one of the most talked-about figures of her time due to her relationship with King Henry VIII....

  7. Elizabeth Anne Mould, Lady Blount (born Elizabeth Anne Mould Williams lastly Elizabeth Anne Mould Morgan; 7 May 1850 – 2 January 1935) was an English pamphlet writer and social activist. She led a society who believed in a flat earth, and conducted experiments that sought to prove this.