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  1. Jennie Jerome (Cobble Hill, Nova Iorque, 9 de janeiro de 1854 — Londres, 9 de junho de 1921) foi uma socialite estadunidense, filha de Leonard Jerome, um acionista multimilionário de Nova Iorque. É mais conhecida por ter sido a mãe do ex-primeiro-ministro britânico Sir Winston Churchill.

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    Jennie[b] Jerome was born in the Cobble Hill section of Brooklyn in 1854, the second of four daughters (one died in childhood) of financier, sportsman, and speculator Leonard Jerome and his wife Clarissa (always called Clara), daughter of Ambrose Hall, a landowner. Jerome's father was of Huguenot extraction, his forebears having emigrated to Americ...

    Jennie was a talented amateur pianist, having been tutored as a girl by Stephen Heller, a friend of Chopin. Heller believed that his young pupil was good enough to attain "concert standard" with the necessary "hard work", of which, according to author Mary S. Lovell, he was not confident she was capable. In 1909, when American impresario Charles Fr...

    In May 1921, while Montagu Porch was away in Africa, Jennie slipped while coming down a friend's staircase wearing new high-heeled shoes, breaking her ankle. Gangrene set in, and her left leg was amputated above the knee on 10 June. At age 67, she died at her home at 8 Westbourne Street in London on 29 June, following a haemorrhageof an artery in h...

    The invention of the Manhattan cocktail is sometimes erroneously attributed to Jennie Churchill, who supposedly asked a bartender to make a special drink to celebrate the election of Samuel J. Tilden to the New York governorship in 1874. However, though the drink is believed to have been invented by the Manhattan Club(an association of New York Dem...

    Jennie Churchill was portrayed by Anne Bancroft in the film Young Winston (1972) and by Lee Remick in the British television series Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill(1974).

    Churchill, Lady Randolph Spencer. The Reminiscences of Lady Randolph Churchill, 1908 (Autobiography)
    Kraus, René (1943). Young Lady Randolph. Longman's Green & Co.
    Works by or about Lady Randolph Churchill at Internet Archive
    Interview with Anne Sebba, author of American Jennie
  2. 26 de jul. de 2020 · Nascida em uma rica família dos Estados Unidos, Jennie Jerome, não veio ao mundo para ser comum, não somente pela conhecida figura que gerou em seu ventre, mas, também por seus atos considerados arbitrários para uma mulher na época em que viveu.

  3. Jennie Jerome (Cobble Hill, Nova Iorque, 9 de janeiro de 1854 — Londres, 9 de junho de 1921) foi uma socialite estadunidense, filha de Leonard Jerome, um acionista multimilionário de Nova Iorque. É mais conhecida por ter sido a mãe do ex-primeiro-ministro britânico Sir Winston Churchill.

  4. Lady Randolph Churchill (9 de janeiro de 1854 - Junho 29 1921), nascida Jeanette Jerome, era a esposa nascida norte-americana de Lord Randolph Churchill e mãe do primeiro-ministro britânico Winston Churchill.

  5. 21 de ago. de 2020 · Tudo na vida do filho de lorde Randolph Churchill, inábil mas atuante político de família aristocrática, e de Jennie Jerome, rica socialite americana, parece ter sido grandioso e retórico a um só tempo. E até aqui ainda nem se mencionou sua façanha mais célebre — a de ter sido o homem que salvaria o mundo do nazismo.

  6. As Prime Minister, Winston Churchill might have been serious and forbidding—but his mother was something else entirely. Born Jennie Jerome, this beautiful heiress and socialite took the world by storm when she became Lady Randolph Churchill…yet that was only the beginning.