Katherine, Lady Ranelagh

Standard Name: Ranelagh, Katherine,,, Lady
Used Form: "Katherine Jones, Lady Ranelagh"


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Family and Intimate relationships Mary Rich, Countess of Warwick
Her sister Katherine, Lady Ranelagh (married against her will to an unworthy husband), was a woman of intellectual interests, a supporter and associate of their brother Robert.
Mendelson, Sara Heller. The Mental World of Stuart Women: Three Studies. Harvester Press.
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Rich, Countess of Warwick
She had already, two years earlier, rejected the suitor proposed by her father, whose estate was £8,000 a year. Her sister Katherine, Lady Ranelagh , was the only one among her family to support her...
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Boyle
The Honourable Sir Courtenay Boyle , MB 's father, the second surviving son of Edmund, seventh Earl of Cork and Orrery , was a Vice-Admiral.
Boyle, Mary. Mary Boyle. Her Book. Editor Boyle, Sir Courtenay Edmund, E. P. Dutton; John Murray.
One of his postss was commissioner of the dockyards...
Friends, Associates Katherine Philips
In DublinKP made an important new circle of friends centred on the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, James Butler, Duke of Ormond . They included the politician and playwright Roger Boyle, Earl of Orrery (even...
Friends, Associates Mary Astell
Her closest friends were the unmarried Lady Betty Hastings and Lady Catherine Jones , and the widow Lady Coventry .
Perry, Ruth. The Celebrated Mary Astell: An Early English Feminist. University of Chicago Press.
Lady Betty was a wealthy woman celebrated for her piety, intellectual accomplishments, and benefactions...
Friends, Associates Anne Conway
Her health problems extended her acquaintance among physicians, many of whom visited her at Ragley. She consulted the Irish healer Valentine Greatrakes . Medical men who knew her and wrote about her case included Ezekiel Foxcroft
Friends, Associates Anne Finch
AF enjoyed personal friendships with a number of distinguished men, among them Bishop Thomas Ken . She valued female friendship very highly; women friends figure prominently in her poetry. Lady Catherine Jones , to whom...
Friends, Associates Bathsua Makin
She was also part of an international network of scholarly women with connections to Elizabeth of Bohemia , which included Anna Maria van Schurman , feminist writer Marie le Jars de Gournay , educator Marie du Moulin
Friends, Associates Damaris Masham
DM 's friends also included Lady Ranelagh , whose ODNB entry calls her the leading woman intellectual of her generation,
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
under Jones, Katherine, Viscountess Ranelagh
and who provides a rare trace of Masham's mostly invisible...
Friends, Associates Mary More
MM 's friends included, in London, a number of scientists or natural philosophers: inventor Robert Hooke (who often visited her, and with whom she discussed dreams), physician and collector Sir Hans Sloane , and scholar...
Health Damaris Masham
DM had been complaining at regular intervals of ill health since early in her friendship with Locke. She suffered seriously from migraine. She was ill in June 1687, apparently with kidney stones. Her friend Lady Ranelagh


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