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  1. Mary de Bohun - Wikipedia

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    Mary was a daughter of Humphrey de Bohun, 7th Earl of Hereford (1341-1373) by his wife Joan FitzAlan (1347/8–1419), a daughter of Richard FitzAlan, 10th Earl of Arundel and Eleanor of Lancaster. Mary and her elder sister, Eleanor de Bohun , were the heiresses of their father's substantial possessions. [1]

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    Mary was a daugh­ter of Humphrey de Bohun, 7th Earl of Here­ford (1341-1373) by his wife Joan FitzA­lan (1347/8–1419), a daugh­ter of Richard FitzA­lan, 10th Earl of Arun­del and Eleanor of Lan­caster. Mary and her elder sis­ter, Eleanor de Bohun, were the heiresses of their fa­ther's sub­stan­tial possessions. Eleanor be­came the wife of Thomas of Wood­stock, 1st Duke of Glouces­ter, the youngest child of Ed­ward III. In an ef­fort to keep the in­her­i­tance for him­self and his wife, Thomas of Wood­stock pres­sured the child Mary into be­com­ing a nun. In a plot with John of Gaunt, Mary's aunt took her from Thomas' cas­tle at Pleshey back to Arun­del where­upon she was mar­ried to Henry Bol­ing­broke, the fu­ture Henry IV.

    Mary mar­ried Henry—then known as Bol­ing­broke—on 27 July 1380, at Arun­del Cas­tle. It was at Mon­mouth Cas­tle, one of her hus­band's pos­ses­sions, that Mary gave birth to her first child, the fu­ture Henry V, on 16 Sep­tem­ber 1386. Her sec­ond child, Thomas, was born prob­a­bly at Lon­don shortly be­fore 25 No­vem­ber 1387. Her chil­dren were:[a] 1. Henry V, King of England(1386–1422) 2. Thomas of Lancaster, Duke of Clarence(1387–1421) 3. John of Lancaster, Duke of Bedford(1389–1435) 4. Humphrey of Lancaster, Duke of Gloucester(1390–1447) 5. Blanche of England (1392–1409) married in 1402 Louis III, Elector Palatine 6. Philippa of England (1394–1430) married in 1406 Eric of Pomerania, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

    Mary de Bohun died at Pe­ter­bor­ough Cas­tle, giv­ing birth to her last child, a daugh­ter, Philippa of Eng­land. She was buried in the col­le­giate Church of the An­nun­ci­a­tion of Our Lady of the Newarke, Leices­ter, on 6 July 1394.

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    Goodman, Anthony (2013). John of Gaunt: The Exercise of Princely Power in Fourteenth-Century Europe. Routledge.
    Knighton, Henry (1995). Martin, G.H. (ed.). Knighton's Chronicle, 1337-1396. Clarendon Press.
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  4. Mary de Bohun – Wikipedia

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    Mary de Bohun entstammte der ursprünglich anglonormannischen Familie Bohun. Sie war die Tochter von Humphrey de Bohun, 7. Earl of Hereford und von dessen Frau Joan FitzAlan. Sie heiratete Heinrich, der damals noch Bolingbroke genannt wurde, 1380 oder 1381.

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  5. Bohun family - Wikipedia

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    Mary de Bohun (c. 1368–1394); younger daughter, the first wife of King Henry IV of England and mother of King Henry V Elizabeth de Bohun , Countess of Arundel and Surrey (c. 1350–1385) Henry de Bohun (d. 1314), English knight killed by Robert I of Scotland at Bannockburn.

  6. Mary de Bohun – Wikipedia

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    Mary de Bohun, född omkring 1369, död 4 juni 1394, var en engelsk prinsessa. Hon var gift med Henrik IV av England och mor till Henrik V, men var aldrig drottning då hon avled innan maken besteg tronen. [1] Som dotter till Humphrey de Bohun, earl av Hereford, hade hon ett stort arv, och hennes äldre syster Eleanor, blev gift med Thomas av ...

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    Jul 10, 2016 · Abigail, from The Psalter of Mary de Bohun and Henry Bolingbroke, England, London or Pleshey Castle, Essex,.1380-1385, illustrated with the story of David; Credit – Wikipedia Mary de Bohun was the first wife of King Henry IV of England and the mother of King Henry V of England , but she died before her husband became king.

  8. Mary de Bohun - Mary Carruthers - Wikipedia

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    メアリー・ド・ボフン (c。1369/ 70 – 1394年6月4日)は、イングランド王 ヘンリー4世 の最初の妻であり、 ヘンリー5世 王の母親でした。

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mary de Bohun (c. 1369/70 – 4 June 1394) was the first wife of King Henry IV of England and the mother of King Henry V. Mary was never queen, as she died before her husband came to the throne.

  10. Mary de Bohun, Countess of Derby (c.1369 - 1394) - Genealogy

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    Dec 12, 2015 · About Mary de Bohun, Countess of Derby some of the sources/links give her death date as 4 June 1394 "Mary de Bohun (c. 1368 – 4 June 1394) was the first wife of King Henry IV of England and the mother of King Henry V. Mary was never queen, as she died before her husband came to the throne."

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