Albanian princess, sister of King Zog I, m. Geno Bey Kriziv (1887 1927).
(b. 1900 d. 1955)
Ottoman queen mother, Valide Sultan 1808 1817 to her son Mahmud II (1785 1839).
(b. c1766 d. Aug 22, 1817, Constantinople, Turkey)
Naples, Teodora Crescenzi, Duchess of
Italian papal patrician, sister of Pope John XIII, m. Giovanni III, Duke of Naples.
(fl. c960 972)
Narbonne-Lara, Marie Adelaide de Montholon, Comtesse de
French courtier, m. (1782) Louis de Bourbon, Comte de Narbonne-Lara (1755 1813).
(b. Oct 16, 1767, Macon, Burgundy d. Jan 9, 1848)
Natchez, Gladys Worms
American physiotherapist and writer, Personality Patterns and Oral Reading (1959).
.(b. Nov 13, 1915, New York d. May 29, 1994, Walnut Creek, CA)
Nathanson, Minnie Mazer
Jewish-American philanthropist, patron of Albert Einstein College.
(b. 1908, Brooklyn, New York d. June 9, 1992, Manhattan)
Navailles, Suzanne de Beaudean-Parabere de Neuillan, Duchesse de
French courtier of Louis XIV, chief lady-in-waiting to Queen Marie Therese.
(b. 1626 d. 1700)
Navarra de Gunvara, Maria Anna de
(b. 1565 d. 1624)
Nazareva, Kapitolina Valerianovna
Russian writer and dramatist
(b. 1847 d. 1900)
Hungarian actress, Do pansketio stavu (1925) : Nebe a dudy (1941).
(b. June 26, 1885, Prague, Bohemia d. July 17, 1950, Podebrady, Czechoslavakia)
Necker, Suzanne Curchod
French-Swiss salonniere, author and translator, m. Jacques Necker, and mother of Mme de Stael.
(b. 1737 d. 1794)
British procuress and criminal
(b. c1670 d. 1731)
Australian abortionist and infant murderess
(b. 1864 d. 1894)
Queen of Egypt 1279 c1254 B.C.E., first chief queen of Ramesses II.
(b. c1305 d. c1254 B.C.E.)
Queen of Egypt, wife of Amenhotep IV Akhenaton. Stepmother of Tuthankamun.
(b. c1381 d. c1346 B.C.E.)
Negri, Paola Antonia
(b. 1508 d. 1555)
Polish-American silent film actress and memoirist.
(b. 1894 d. 1987)
Neilson, Lilian Adelaide
British Shakespearean actress
(b. 1846 d. 1880)
Neitschitz, Magdalena Sybilla von
Saxon courtier, the mistress of Elector John George IV. Created countess von Rochlitz (1693). She died of smallpox, as did the elector who refused to leave her deathbed and caught the infection himself.
. (b. 1673 d. April 16, 1694, Dresden, Saxony)
Russian Imperial courtier, mistress of Tsar Nicholas I 1825 - 1855.
(b. c1806 d. 1897)
Russian courtier, mistress of Tsar Paul I.
(b. 1751 d. after 1801)
Nelson, Frances Herbert Woolward, Lady (Fanny)
British public figure, estranged wife of war hero Horatio Nelson.
(b. 1758 d. 1831)
American stage, film, and television actress, Waiting for Lefty (1935)
(b. 1905, Saginaw, Michigan d. Sept 12, 1992, Manhattan, New York)
Nemours, Marie dOrleans-Longueville, Duchesse de
French legal claimant
(b. 1625 d. 1707)
(b. 1834 d. 1890)
British childrens novelist, The Story of the Treasure Seekers (1899) : The Five Children and It (1902).
. (b.1858, London d. May 4, 1924)
Nesle, Armande Felice de la Porte-Mazarin, Marquise de
French Regency society figure, she fought a duel in public with her rival, the Marquise de Polignac, concerning the affections of the Duc de Richelieu.
(b. 1691 d. 1729)
American Indian fur trader and tribal leader
(b. c1745 d. c1817)
Neuber, Carolina Frederika
German actress and theatrical manager
(b. 1697 d. 1760)
Neupurg, Pierina Marocchia de Marcaini, Baroness von
Italian-German morganatic wife (1870)
Duke Gustavus of Saxe-Weimar (1827 1892)
.(b. May 14, 1845, Slavo, Dalmatia d. April 22, 1879, Vienna, Austria)
Neuville, Aline Pauline de
French legal claimant, niece of Mme Du Barry, the mistress of Louis XV.
(b. 1782 d. 1862)
American artist and writer
(b. Sept 23, 1899 d. April 17, 1988)
Australian novelist and dramatist, Last Ferry to Manly (1984) : The Day We Cut the Lavender (1995).
. (b. 1932, Australia d. June 10, 1997, London, England)
British book seller
(b. c1730 d. 1821)
Newburgh, Catherine Howard, Lady
(b. c1620 d. 1650)
Newburgh, Charlotte Maria Livingston, Countess of
Scottish Catholic peeress
(b. 1694 d. 1755)
Newcastle, Margaret Lucas, Duchess of
English author and eccentric
(b. 1623 d. 1673)
American novelist, Rachel and Her Children (1924).
(b. Sept 13, 1883, Atlanta, Georgia d. Oct 22, 1928, New York)
Newman, Julia St Clair
(b. 1818 d. after 1837)
Newson, Vivienne Elisabeth
Australian feminist, editor of News Sheet (1945 1972), launched the Australian Womens Digest in 1944.
(b. Sept 21, 1891 d. Aug 16, 1973)
Newton, Ann Mary
(b. 1832 d. 1866)
English witchtrial victim
(b. c1600 d. 1662)
Chinese Buddhist nun, formulator of the Wing Chun style of the martial arts Kung Fu.
French feminist and novelist
(b. 1797 d. 1883)
Nicholls, Mary Ann
British prostitute, victim of Jack the Ripper.
(b. 1845 murd. 1888)
Nichols, Catherine Maude
(b. c1859 d. Jan 30, 1923)
Nichols, Clarina Irene Howard
American editor and womens rights reformer
(b. 1810 d. 1885)
Nichols, Jeannette Paddock
American historian and editor, Twentieth-Century United States : A History (1943).
(b. Aug 17, 1890, Rochelle, Illinois d. June 22, 1982, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania)
Nichols, Mary Sargeant Neal Grove
American water-cure pysician and reformer
(b. 1810 d. 1884)
Nicholson, Eliza Jane Poitevent Holbrook
American poet and journalist
(b. 1849 d. 1896)
British assassin, deranged woman who attempted the life of King George III. Imprisoned for life.
(b. 1727 d. 1826)
(b. 1801 d. 1877)
Nicol, Helen Lyster
New Zealand suffragist and temperance campaigner
(b. May 29, 1854, Edinburgh, Scotland d. Nov 22, 1922, Dunedin, New Zealand)
Nicolay, Marie de Lameth, Marquise de
French émigré and Revolutionary memoirist.
(b. 1785 d. after 1815)
Australian actress, governor Anne Reynolds 1983 1986 in televsion series, Prisoner.
(b. 1937, Tasmania d. June 12, 1992)
Nienburg, Gisela Agnes von Rath, Countess von
German morganatic wife of Prince Emanuel Lepert of Anhalt-Kothen (1671 1704)
. Ruled Kothen as regent for their son.
(b. 1669 d. 1740)
Nieriker, Abigail Mary
American writer, sister of Louisa M. Alcott, Studying Art Abroad and How to Do It Cheaply (1879).
(b. 1840 d. 1879)
(b. c1895 d. Aug 31, 1979, Orange, New Jersey)
(b. 1723 d. after 1772)
(b. April 29, 1912 d. Aug 23, 1970)
Swedish operatic soprano
(b. Aug 20, 1843 d. Nov 22, 1921)
Ni Mhathuna, Maire Rua
Irish heroine and castle defender.
(b. c1615 d. 1686)
Nino of Georgia
Princess, daughter of Giorgi XII, m. Grigol Dadiani, Prince of Mingrelia. Regent of Mingrelia 1804 1806.
(b. April 26, 1772, Tiflis, Georgia d. June 12, 1847, St Petersburg, Russia.
Nisbett, Louisa Cranstoun
(b. 1812 d. 1858)
Nithsdale, Winifrede Herbert, Countess of
Scottish Jacobite heroine, organized and participated in the rescue of her husband from the Tower of London.
(b. 1672 d. 1749, Rome, Italy)
Nivedita, Sister see Noble, Margaret Elizabeth
Nixon, Kathleen Irene
(b. 1894 d. 1988)
Noailles, Amable de
(b. 1706 d. 1742)
Noailles, Marie Francoise de Bournonville, Duchesse de
French courtier of Louis XIV and Louis XV.
(b. 1654 d. 1748)
Noble, Iris Davis
American biographer, Clarence Darrow : Defense Attorney (1957) : Egypts Queen Cleopatra (1963).
(b. Feb 22, 1922, Calgary, Alberta, Canada d. June 30, 1986, Patzcuaro, Mexico)
Noble, Margaret Elizabeth (Sister Nivedita)
Anglo-Indian social welfare activist
(b. Oct 28, 1867, Dungannon, Ireland d. Oct 13, 1911, India)
Noel-Byron, Baroness see Byron, Annabella Milbanke, Lady
(b. 1911 d. June 5, 1998)
(b. c1810 d. 1860)
Bantu Indian prophetess
(b. c1842 d. 1898)
Noonuccal, Oodgeroo (Kath Walker)
Australian aboriginal poet and writer, first aboriginal to have her work published.
(b. 1920 d. Sept 16, 1993, Brisbane, QLD)
Norfolk, Flora Abney-Hastings, Duchess of
British Catholic patron, founded the Clarissan convent, Cross Bush, Arundel.
(b. Feb 13, 1854 d. April 11, 1887, Arundel Castle)
Norfolk, Gwendoline Constable-Maxwell, Duchess of
British peeress 1908 1945, twelfth holder of baronies of Herries of Terregles and Everingham.
(b. 1877 d. Aug 28, 1945)
Norman, Florence Priscilla McLaren, Lady
British war worker, trustee of the Imperial War Museum, CBE (1917).
. (b. 1881 d. March 1, 1964)
Norman, Priscilla Cecilia Maria Reyntiens, Lady
British vice-president Royal College of Nursing, author, In the Way of Understanding (1983).
(b. 1899 d. April 5, 1991)
Normanby, Gertrude Stansfield Foster, Marchioness of
British civic activist, OBE (1920).
(b. 1872 d. March 12, 1948)
Normand, Henrietta Rae
(b. Dec 30, 1859 d. March 26, 1928)
Noronha, Joana Paula Manso de
Noronha, Leonor de
(b. July 16, 1880 d. Jan 18, 1966)
Northampton, Elizabeth Brooke, Marchioness of
English courtier of Queen Elizabeth I.
(b. 1526 d. 1565)
Northampton, Margaret Clephane, Marchioness of
British poet Irene, wife (1815) Spencer Comton, 2nd Marquess (1790 1857).
(b. 1793 d. April 2, 1830, Rome, Italy)
British childrens author, The Borrowers (1952).
(b. Dec 10, 1903, London d. Aug 29, 1992, Hartland)
Norwood, Grace Graham, Lady
British peeress 1797 1822, as Baroness Norwood of Knockalton, Tipperary.
(b. c1756 d. July 21, 1822)
Novar, Helen Hermione Temple-Blackwood, Lady
British governor-generals consort, Australia, GBE (1918).
(b. 1864 d. April 9, 1941)
Russian political writer
(b. 1848 d. April 21, 1925)
Sultana of Zanzibar 1893 1896, second wife of Sultan Hamad bin Thuwaini, whom she survived.
(fl. c1870 after 1896)
Nutting, Helen Alice Wyllington Ogilvy, Lady
British activist, Chairwoman of the Council of Married Women.
(b. Nov 21, 1890 d. Dec, 1973)