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  1. Elizabeth „Betsy” Patterson, férjezett nevén Elizabeth Bonaparte, (Baltimore, Maryland, 1785. február 6. – Baltimore, 1879. április 4.), amerikai felső tízezerhez tartozó üzletasszony, társasági hölgy, 1803–tól Jérôme Bonaparte első felesége, Napóleon császár sógornője, a Bonaparte család amerikai ágának ősanyja.

  2. 15 de abr. de 2013 · Examining the sensational life of Jérôme Bonaparte’s American first wife, Charlene M. Boyer Lewis explores how Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte ‘actively construct

  3. The belle of Baltimore, Elizabeth Patterson met 19-year-old Jérôme Bonaparte, the younger brother of Napoleon, on his visit to the United States in 1803. Although he was underage and forbidden to marry without his mother's consent, he proposed to Elizabeth through the Spanish ambassador, and the two married within a month of their meeting.

  4. 14 de mar. de 2014 · Ultimately, Berkin writes, “Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte, the most beautiful woman in America, summed up her life: ‘I have lived alone and I will die alone.’ Sadly, after reading Berkin’s ...

  5. views 3,184,075 updated. Elizabeth Patterson, 1785–1879, American wife of Jérôme Bonaparte, b. Baltimore. On a visit to America, Jérôme Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon Bonaparte, met and married her (1803). Jérôme was a minor, and Napoleon refused to recognize the marriage. When Jérôme returned (1805) to France, his wife was forbidden ...

  6. 6 de fev. de 2021 · Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte (Baltimore, Maryland, 6 February 1785 - Baltimore, Maryland, 4 April 1879), known as "Betsy", was the daughter of a Baltimore, Maryland merchant, and was the first wife of Jérôme Bonaparte, and sister-in-law of Emperor Napoleon I of France. Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte.

  7. 1 de jan. de 2012 · Appraising Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte's many identities—celebrity, aristocrat, independent woman, mother—Charlene M. Boyer Lewis shows how Madame Bonaparte, as she was known, exercised extraordinary social power at the center of the changing transatlantic world.