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Louise De Keroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth

Person  Female  Born 5/9/1649  Died 14/11/1734

Categories: Friend / family

Countries: France

Mistress of Charles II. Born in France into a noble French family. As the king's mistress she received large sums of money and in 1673 the titles of Baroness Petersfield, Countess of Fareham and Duchess of Portsmouth were granted to her for life. She was on good terms with the queen, Catherine of Braganza, and remained in the King's thoughts at his end. 

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Louise De Keroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth

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Lamb & Flag - pub information board

This plaque implicates De Keroualle in the attack on Dryden whereas it's more...

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