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Katherine Barnardiston (c. 1535—1633) patron of puritanism

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Katherine Corey (c. 1635—1710) actress

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Katherine Bertie (1519—1580) noblewoman and protestant patron

Katherine Campbell (c. 1508—1578) noblewoman

Katherine Burdekin (1896—1963)

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1 For Katherine/Kate, see The Taming of the Shrew.

2 Love's Labour's Lost. See Catherine.

3 1 and 2 Henry IV. See Percy, Lady.

4 Henry V. See Catherine.

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