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  1. Family tree of English monarchs - Wikipedia › Family_tree_of_English_monarchs

    2 days ago · Countess of Boulogne ... 6th Earl of Leicester 1208–1265: m. 1231 Isabel Marshal 1200–1240: ... Eleanor of England 1306–1310: Edmund of Woodstock 1st Earl

  2. House of Plantagenet - Wikipedia › wiki › House_of_Plantagenet

    2 days ago · Maud, Countess of Leicester, 1339–1362, died without issue Blanche of Lancaster, married John of Gaunt and had 1 son and two daughters To House of Lancaster c. John of Beaufort, Lord of Beaufort, 1286–1327, died without issue III. Richard of England, 1247–1256, died young IV. John of England, 1250–1256, died young

  3. Edward II of England - Wikipedia › wiki › Edward_II

    3 days ago · Edward II was the fourth son of Edward I, King of England, Lord of Ireland, and ruler of Gascony in south-western France (which he held as the feudal vassal of the king of France), and Eleanor, Countess of Ponthieu in northern France. Eleanor was from the Castilian royal family.

    • 25 February 1308
    • Edward I
    • 7 July 1307 – 20 January 1327
    • Edward III
  4. Henry III of England - Wikipedia › wiki › Henry_III_of_England

    3 days ago · After Eleanor's marriage, many of her Savoyard relatives joined her in England. At least 170 Savoyards arrived in England after 1236, coming from Savoy, Burgundy and Flanders, including Eleanor's uncles, the later Archbishop Boniface of Canterbury and William of Savoy, Henry's chief adviser for a short period.

  5. Edward I of England - Wikipedia › wiki › King_Edward_I_of_England

    3 days ago · Edward was born at the Palace of Westminster on the night of 17–18 June 1239, to King Henry III and Eleanor of Provence. Edward is an Anglo-Saxon name, and was not commonly given among the aristocracy of England after the Norman conquest, but Henry was devoted to the veneration of Edward the Confessor, and decided to name his firstborn son after the saint.

    • 19 August 1274
    • Henry III
    • 20 November 1272 – 7 July 1307
    • Edward II
  6. List of nobles and magnates of England in the 13th century ... › wiki › List_of_Nobles_and

    5 days ago · This is a list of the various different nobles and magnates including both lords spiritual and lords secular. It also includes nobles who were vassals of the king but were not based in England (Welsh, Irish, French). Additionally nobles of lesser rank who appear to have been prominent in England at the time.

  7. St Giles-in-the-Fields | British History Online › old-new-london › vol3

    Jun 08, 2021 · St. James's, St. Giles's, and Burton Lazars, in Leicestershire, were the three oldest houses for lepers in the kingdom. At the Reformation St. Giles's Hospital was dissolved, and granted by Henry VIII. to John Dudley, Viscount Lisle, whom the king graciously allowed to alienate it to John or Wymond Carew, in 1547.

  8. Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 59 | British History ... › inquis-post-mortem › vol

    Jun 07, 2021 · Norton. The manor held by the courtesy of England, because he married Eleanor, daughter and heir of Sir Geoffrey de Aunblie, who held the manor of Sir Robert son of Walter de Wodeham in chief, by service of 1¼ knight's fee. Joan the wife of Sir John de Boun, aged 30, is next heir, because she is daughter and heir of the said Eleanor. Suffolk ...

  9. Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 63 | British History ... › inquis-post-mortem › vol

    Jun 09, 2021 · A capital messuage, and a virgate of land containing 44 a. land, 3 a. meadow, and 24 s. 10 d. yearly rent, with the advowson of a chapel, held of the king in chief by service of 9 s. yearly, to be paid in the castle of Northampton. William his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. C. Edw. I. File 63. (18.) 52.

  10. Richard III of England - Wikipedia › wiki › Richard_III_of_England

    3 days ago · Richard, 3rd Duke of York. Mother. Cecily Neville. Signature. Richard III (2 October 1452 – 22 August 1485) was King of England and Lord of Ireland from 1483 until his death in 1485. He was the last king of the House of York and the last of the Plantagenet dynasty. His defeat and death at the Battle of Bosworth Field, the last decisive battle ...