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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 Ramsay (c. 1724—1808) milliner and shopkeeper

Katherine Ross (c. 1635—1697) memoirist and schoolmistress

Katherine Seymour (c. 1540—1568) noblewoman and royal kinswoman

Katherine Stanhope (c. 1594—1667) courtier

Katherine Stuart (1630—1650) conspirator

Katherine Ciesinski (b. 1950)

Katherine Brettergh (1579—1601) exemplar of godly life

Katherine Astley (c. 1526—1565) courtier

Katherine Sutton (c. 1338—1371) abbess of Barking and supposed liturgical dramatist

Katherine Sutton (fl. c. 1620—1673) prophetess

Katherine Thomson (1797—1862) historian and novelist

Katherine Philips (1632—1664) poet


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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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