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Mary Howard

(1659—1705) noblewoman and divorcee


'Mary Howard' can also refer to...

Mary Howard (1540—1557) noblewoman

Mary Howard (1692—1754) Jacobite sympathizer and landowner

Mary Howard (1702—1773) noblewoman

HOWARD, Mary R. (1864 - 1963), Painter

Fitzalan-Howard, Philip Joseph Mary (1879 - 1902)

SIEGHART, Mary Ann Corinna Howard (born 1961), writer and broadcaster

Norfolk), Gwendolen Mary Fitzalan Howard, (Duchess of (1877 - 1945)

Fitzalan-Howard, Lavinia Mary (1916 - 1995), Lord-Lieutenant of West Sussex, 1975–90

Howard [née Fitzalan], Mary, duchess of Norfolk (1539/1540-1557), noblewoman

Howard [née Blount], Mary, duchess of Norfolk (1701/1702-1773), noblewoman

Howard [née Shireburne], Mary, duchess of Norfolk (1692-1754), Jacobite sympathizer and landowner

Fitzroy [née Howard], Mary, duchess of Richmond (c. 1519-1555?), noblewoman

Howard [née Mordaunt; other married name Germain], Mary, duchess of Norfolk (1658/1659-1705), noblewoman and divorcee

Scott [née Howard; other married name Wyndham], Mary, countess of Deloraine (bap. 1703, d. 1744), courtier and royal mistress

Ashworth [married name Jewill-Rogers], Mary Howard [May] (1863-1928), businesswoman and official typist to the houses of parliament

Familial Ghosts: Louise Stockton, Olivia Howard Dunbar, Edith Wharton, Josephine Daskam Bacon, Elia Wilkinson Peattie, Georgia Wood Pangborn, and Mary E. Wilkins Freeman

REES, Lesley Howard (born 1942), Professor of Chemical Endocrinology, Bart’s and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary (formerly St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College), University of London, 1978–2006, now Emeritus

Facing Death: Where Culture, Religion, and Medicine Meet. By Howard M. Spiro, Mary G. McCrea Curnen, Lee Palmer Wandel (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996. xxii plus 212pp. $27.50)

THOMAS, Howard Christopher (born 1945), Professor of Medicine, 1987–2011, now Emeritus Professor of Hepatology, Department of Medicine, Vice Chairman, Division of Medicine, 1997–2004, and Clinical Dean, 2001–04, Imperial College Faculty of Medicine (formerly St Mary’s Hospital Medical School), London University

 
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