Catharine of Valois (14011438)

Catharine of Valois, daughter of Charles VI. of France, and wife of Henry V. of England, who, on his marriage to her, was declared heir to the throne of France, with the result that their son was afterwards, while but an infant, crowned king of both countries; becoming a widow, she married Owen Tudor, a Welsh gentleman, whereby a grandson of his succeeded to the English throne as Henry VII., and the first of the Tudors (14011438).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Catharine of Sienna * Catharine Parr
Catesby, Mark
Catesby, Robert
Cath`ari, or Catharists
Catharine, St., of Alexandria
Catharine I.
Catharine II. the Great
Catharine de' Medici
Catharine of Aragon
Catharine of Braganza
Catharine of Sienna
Catharine of Valois
Catharine Parr
Catharine Theot
Cathay
Cathcart, Earl
Cathcart, Sir George
Cathedral
Cathelineau, Jacques
Catholic Emancipation
Catholic Epistles
Catholic Majesty