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Amy Katherine Browning (1881—1978) painter

Dame Katherine Christie Watt (1886—1963) nurse and civil servant

Dame Mary Katherine Rosamund Colvin (1907—1988) army officer

Edith Katherine Spicer Jay (1847—1901) writer and philanthropist

Joan Alice Katherine Grigg (1897—1987) organizer of maternity and nursing services in Africa

Josephine Katherine Stewart (1870—1934) schoolmistress and golfer

Katherine (1479—1527) princess

Katherine (1372—1418) queen of Castile, consort of Enrique III.

Katherine (c. 1350—1403) mistress and third wife of John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster

Katherine A. Debelak-Kragtorp

Katherine A. Devet

Katherine A. Mcglynn

Katherine Adams

Katherine Alice Salvin Tristram (1858—1948) missionary and teacher in Japan

Katherine Anne Porter (1890—1980) American short-story writer and novelist

Katherine Astley (c. 1526—1565) courtier

Katherine Austen (c. 1629—1678) diarist and poet

Katherine B. Bevans

Katherine B. Starzyk

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

Katherine Bathurst (1862—1933) inspector of schools

Katherine Bergeron

Katherine Berkeley (c. 1320—1385) benefactor

Katherine Bertie (1519—1580) noblewoman and protestant patron

Katherine Bitting

Katherine Brettergh (1579—1601) exemplar of godly life

Katherine Burdekin (1896—1963)

Katherine Campbell (c. 1508—1578) noblewoman

Katherine Cecil Thurston (1875—1911) novelist


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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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