Some articles on lady rochford, lady:
... She is taken by her governess, Lady Rochford (the former sister-in-law of the late queen Anne Boleyn), to her uncle, who informs her that she is to be the next Queen of England ... Catherine, (with the help of Lady Rochford as a go-between), begins a desperate affair with Thomas Culpeper, Henry's young and dashing personal aide, who is already overwhelmingly smitten with her ... scene where Norfolk and the king's guards come to arrest Catherine and the Lady Rochford ...
... and the Council revealed that with the connivance of one of her attendants, Lady Rochford, Katherine had allegedly had an affair with Thomas Culpeper, one of the King's favourite gentlemen of the privy chamber, after ... About the same time another of the Duchess's daughters, Katherine Daubeney, Lady Bridgewater was also arrested ... a bill of attainder against Queen Katherine and Lady Rochford received final reading, and on 13 February 1542 the Queen and Lady Rochford were beheaded on Tower Green ...
Famous quotes containing the word lady:
“Quoth she, I have loved thee, Little Musgrave,
Full long and many a day;
So have I loved you, faire lady,
Yet never a word durst I say.
I have a bower at Bucklesfordbery,
Full daintyly it is deight;
If thou wilt wend thither, thou Little Musgrave,
Thous lig in mine armes all night.”
—Unknown. Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard (l. 1724)