Lady Margaret Butler
Irish noble
Lady Margaret Butler
Lady Margaret Butler was an Irish noblewoman, the daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Butler, 7th Earl of Ormond. She married Sir William Boleyn and through her eldest son Sir Thomas Boleyn, was the paternal grandmother of Anne Boleyn, second wife of King Henry VIII of England.
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What Paris wants, Paris gets! - Mid-Day
Google News - over 5 years
"A lady butler will be with her throughout her stay at the hotel, taking care of all her requirements. Since she is a health freak and is into organic food, we have organised for some organic fruits. We're also planning to make special berry-based
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Kentwood Players' musical version of 'Candide' a mixed bag - Daily Breeze
Google News - over 5 years
As the Old Lady, Butler best exemplifies the mood of "Candide," as she jokes with the audience and orchestra, and elicits laughs through her over-the-top melodrama. Her version of "I Am Easily Assimilated" exudes playfulness. The show's signature song,
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Going with the Flow: Move over Gwynnie - my luxury Med cruise didn't cost a ... - Daily Mail
Google News - over 5 years
That, along with a lady butler called Rowenna, was just one of the many surprises: the first being how we'd landed up on a cruise in the first place. It was something we'd never contemplated but we had a limited window for a last-minute holiday,
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The hurdles of getting hitched - Culpeper Star Exponent
Google News - over 5 years
John Thompson for his bride, the former Lady Butler Brayne Spotswood, widow of Gov. Alexander Spotswood, and instantly fell in love with the impressive 3600-square foot, 18th century mansion featuring a spiral staircase, drawing room, butler's pantry,
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World Briefing | Europe: Britain: Coroner In Diana Inquiry Steps Down
NYTimes - almost 10 years
Lady Butler-Sloss, left, the judge presiding over the long-delayed inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, said she would withdraw in June because ''I do not have the degree of experience of jury cases that I feel is necessary.'' Last month, the High Court ruled that a regular jury of 12 members of the public would hear the inquest to
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World Briefing | Europe: Britain: No Jury For Diana Inquest
NYTimes - about 10 years
Lady Butler-Sloss, the judge presiding over the inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, ruled that the inquest would not be heard by a jury. She said it would be hard to find jury members who had not been exposed to the news reports on the car crash that killed Diana in Paris in 1997 and on the investigations that followed.
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World Briefing | Europe: Britain: Diana Inquest Judge Wants Ordinary Jurors
NYTimes - about 10 years
Lady Butler-Sloss, the judge presiding over the inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, said at a preliminary hearing that she had not yet decided whether to convene a jury to hear the case. But she said that in any case it would be ''inappropriate'' to empanel a jury made up of members of the royal household, as is the usual custom in
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A KID-GLOVE INQUISITION FOR SCHOLARS
NYTimes - almost 32 years
Each year, in a tall rose-yellow parlor in a house built on Beacon Hill when Thomas Jefferson was President, a gentle but deadly serious inquisition takes place, and some of America's brightest college seniors are glad to come to be grilled. They may well have applied for one of the famous Rhodes Scholarships, but what they really want is the
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