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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Lucy_WalterLucy Walter - Wikipedia

    Lucy Walter (c. 1630 – 1658), also known as Lucy Barlow, was the first mistress of King Charles II of England and mother of James, Duke of Monmouth. During the Exclusion Crisis, a Protestant faction wanted to make her son heir to the throne, fuelled by the rumour that the king might have married Lucy, a claim which he denied.

  2. 15 de abr. de 2024 · Lucy Walter was the mistress of the British king Charles II and mother of James Scott, duke of Monmouth. Her family, the Walters, were Welsh of good standing who declared for King Charles I during the Civil War. Roch Castle having been captured and burned by the Parliamentary forces in 1644, Lucy.

  3. 6 de mar. de 2013 · By Andrea Zuvich on Wed 6th Mar 2013 a.D. | 30,695 views | 5 thoughts. One of Charles II’s earliest great passions, Lucy Walter, sometimes Lucy Barlow, a Royalist exile of Welsh ancestry who became his bedfellow (possibly his wife) and then the mother of his son, James, the future doomed Duke of Monmouth. Lucy, born around 1630, was ...

  4. 8 de mar. de 2017 · Abstract. This article examines the challenges to maintaining royal authority during periods of exile by focusing on the relationship between Charles II and Lucy Walter, who became the king’s mistress and the mother of his firstborn child James, the future Duke of Monmouth.

  5. 23 de dez. de 2016 · Lucy Walter, Royal Mistress. December 23, 2016May 15, 2020 Susan Abernethy 11 Comments. Lucy Walter was one of the first of many mistresses of King Charles II of England. She came from a moderately well-to-do family and was the king’s mistress for a short time while he was in exile on the continent during the English Civil War.

  6. 29 de mar. de 2015 · Lucy Walter or Lucy Barlow was a mistress of King Charles II but also mother to James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth. Born in 1630 to William Walter and Elizabeth Protheroe at Roch Castle, Lucy’s...

  7. In 1648 the young Welsh gentlewoman Lucy Walter met the soon to-be Charles II at The Hague, beginning a relationship—by turns passionate, fraught, scandalous and distant—that would last for the next ten years. Little is known about Lucy Walter. She was probably born in 1630; her father, William Walter, inherited Roch Castle in