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    Fall from affection and exile. House in St James's Square. Marriage. Death. References. Moll Davis. Mary "Moll" Davis (c. 1648 – 1708), also spelt Davies or Davys, was a courtesan and mistress of King Charles II of England. She was an actress and entertainer before and during her role as royal mistress. Early life.

  2. Like her fellow actress, Nell Gwyn, Mary ‘Moll’ Davis’ roots are a bit of a mystery.Contemporary accounts disagreed on who her family were. Some said she was from Wiltshire and that her father was a blacksmith; others claimed that she was the illegitimate daughter of Thomas Howard, 3rd Earl of Berkshire, and that he was one of the men that dangled her under the king’s nose when Barbara ...

  3. Mary Davis, better known as Moll, was supposedly born in the year 1648 in London. Her background and even the identities of her parents are a bit of a mystery, but it seems she was an illegitimate child of Thomas Howard, 3rd Earl of Berkshire and an unknown woman. Moll rose to fame as an actress in the Dukes Theatre Company.

  4. Charles was already enamoured with Moll Davis, a fellow actress but, on Nell’s return to London at the end of 1667, Buckingham saw an opportunity to dangle another mistress under the king’s nose. Negotiations began: Nell suggested that she would need £500 per year to be kept as the king’s mistress, but this was rejected as too expensive ...

  5. 26 de abr. de 2022 · Wikipedia. Mary "Moll" Davis (ca. 1648 – 1708) was a seventeenth-century entertainer and courtesan, singer and actress who became one of the many mistresses of King Charles II of England. Early life, theatre career.

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  7. Lady Mary Tudor, Countess of Derwentwater. Mary was born on 16 October 1673, to Moll Davis and Charles II, and was the last of the king’s children. She grew up surrounded by the high society of the Restoration - nobles, thespians, dramatists, artists, and poets - and, following in her mother’s footsteps, she began acting at a young age.