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  1. Jun 17, 2022 · This is the family tree for monarchs of England from Alfred the Great to Elizabeth I of England. The House of Wessex family tree precedes this family tree and the family tree of the British royal family follows it. As to the medieval histories of Scotland and Wales: The family tree of Scottish monarchs covers the same period in Scotland and, equally as shown, directly precedes the family tree of the British royal family. The family tree of Welsh monarchs is relevant before the 1282 conquest by E

  2. Jun 15, 2022 · Elizabeth Wydeville “Queen Consort of England” Wife of Edward IV (1437 – 1492) Mother of the Princes in the Tower. is our 16th great grand aunt. Sir Richard I DeWydeville/Woodville Constable of the Tower (1385 – 1441) King of England. Father of Elizabeth, Lady Joan Wydville/Woodville (1410 – 1462)

    • between circa 1404 and 1409
    • Canterbury, Kent, England
    • Grafton, Northamptonshire, England
  3. Jun 09, 2022 · Eadwulf IV has now been seen to be married to a daughter, Alchfleda, from the Alric lineage, son of King Ida. Plus it is postulated by researchers that Eadwulf IV himself was descended from the line of Ocg who was the brother of Alric.

    • "Eadulf"
    • Northumberland, England (United Kingdom)
    • circa 670
    • 717 (42-52)Northumberland
  4. Jun 13, 2022 · 1012–1062. Bermudo III. King of Galicia and León. 1017–1037. Ferdinand I. the Great. King of Castile and León. 1015–1065. r. 1037–1065.

  5. Jun 16, 2022 · The House of Tudor was a royal house of Welsh-French origin that held the English throne, descended from the Tudors of Penmynydd and Catherine of France.Tudor monarchs ruled the Kingdom of England and its realms, including their ancestral Wales and the Lordship of Ireland (later the Kingdom of Ireland) from 1485 until 1603, with five monarchs in that period: Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI ...

    • 1485; 537 years ago
    • Henry VII
  6. Jun 20, 2022 · The family of Le Moyne, or Monk, had been settled at Potheridge, in the parish of Merton, near Torrington, as early as the reign of Edward I. , and continued there for 15 or 16 generations, having married heiresses, or co-heiresses of Tilley, Estcott, Rishford, Trenchard, Crukerne, Grant, Champernowne of Inswerk, Wood, and Plantagenet, Viscount ...

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