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  1. Ranulf II, Count of Poitou was born about 855 and died on 5 Aug 890 about age 35. 34. Baldwin II, Count of Flanders and Artois 66. 68 69 70 was born about 864 in Flanders, Belgium and died on 10 Sep 918 about age 54. Other names for Baldwin were Baldwin Calvus Count of Flanders and Baldwin II "the Bald" Count of Flanders.

  2. Upon the death of King Henri II, he became head of the Catholic movement, seeking a firm stand against reformed religion. With his brother Charles, Cardinal of Lorraine, he officially took over as head of the kingdom’s government, profiting from his influence over his niece Mary Stuart and her husband the young king of France François II .

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  4. Jun 04, 2011 · Former Emperor Charles and present Emperor Ferdinand are both rather hurt by the death of their mother. Young Charles, hearing of it, decides to make another attempt to visit his ailing grandfather. He concocts an elaborate plot to let him do so, involving forged orders, duplicate keys, and a very large hat.

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  5. George and Marina’s wedding would be the last marriage of a foreign princess into the British Royal Family. Sadly, just six weeks after the birth of their third and youngest child, Prince George was killed when his military plane crashed in Scotland on August 25, 1942. Unofficial Royalty: Prince George, Duke of Kent.

  6. Hugh de Mortimer attested a charter by Gerold, Abbot of St. Lucien at Beauvais [1100-28], in the time of Stephen, Count of Aumale. When King Stephen, circa 1140, granted to the Earl of Leicester the town and castle of Hereford et lotum comitatum Herefordisc., the fees of Hugh de Mortimer were with others excepted.

  7. Literature / Now Blooms the Tudor Rose. Literature /. Now Blooms the Tudor Rose. Henry VIII, the King of England, wanted nothing more than continue his family line by siring a male heir. But his wife, Catherine of Aragon, was proving very uncooperative. Their only child to survive infancy was a daughter, Mary; Henry was able to father a son ...

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