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  1. Eleanor of Woodstock (18 June 1318 – 22 April 1355) was an English princess and the duchess of Guelders by marriage to Reginald II of Guelders. She was regent as the guardian of their minor son Reginald III from 1343 until 1344. She was a younger sister of Edward III of England .

  2. Eleanor of Woodstock (1318–1355) English princess and duchess of Guelders. Name variations: Eleanor Plantagenet. Born on June 18, 1318, in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England; died on April 22, 1355, in Deventer, Netherlands; daughter of Isabella of France (1296–1358) and Edward II (1284–1327), king of England (r. 1307–1327); married Renaud also known as Rainald or Reginald II the Black ...

  3. Apr 28, 2023 · Eleanor of Woodstock (18 June 1318 - 22 April 1355) was born in Woodstock, Oxfordshire to Edward II of England and Isabella of France. Eleanor was named after her paternal grandmother Eleanor of Castile, £333 was given for her churching by father.

    • England
    • June 18, 1318
    • Reginald II, Duke of Guelders
  4. English Royalty. Born at Woodstock Palace, Oxfordshire, the eldest daughter of Edward II, King of England and Isabelle de France. She was briefly betrothed to Alfonso XI of Castile in 1325, but negotiations fell through and she married the widower count Reynold II the Black Graf von Geldern at Nijmegen, Gueldres in May...

  5. Aug 8, 2021 · Eleanor of Woodstock. Eleanor was born in 1318 was Edward II’s and Isabella of France’s eldest daughter. Edward was so pleased that he gave the queen 500 marks. For the first six years of her life she and her elder brother John and younger sister Joan remained in the custody of their mother Isabella of France at Wallingford Castle.

  6. Mar 4, 2022 · Eleanor was born on June 18, 1318 in the royal manor of Woodstock, the daughter of King Edward II of England and Queen Isabella of France. She was named after Edward’s mother, Queen Eleanor of Castile. Pleased with the birth of his daughter, the king spent £333 for a feast to celebrate Isabella’s churching.

  7. Jun 18, 2015 · Eleanor of Woodstock, countess of Guelders (born 18 June 1318) The daughter of the ill-fated Edward II of England and Isabella of France, the "she wolf" we've already met, Eleanor of Woodstock was the third child and first daughter of this unhappily married pair. Eleanor became the second wife of Reginald "the Black" of Guelders.

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