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  1. Nov 27, 2021 · Ferdinand II, Count of Aumale (1239–ca 1265), married Laure de Montfort, Lady of Espernon, had issue; Louis (1243–ca 1275), who married Juana de Manzanedo, Lady of Gaton, had issue; Simon (born and died 1244) John (born and died 1246) Eleanor also had ten half-siblings from her father’s first marriage to Elisabeth of Swabia:

  2. princess alice of albany, countess of athlone had lived through six reigns: queen victoria (grandmother), king edward vii (uncle), king george v (first cousin and brother-in-law), king edward viii (first cousin once removed and nephew by marriage), king george vi (first cousin once removed and nephew by marriage) and queen elizabeth ii (first …

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  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Louis_XIVLouis XIV - Wikipedia

    Signature. Louis XIV (Louis Dieudonné; 5 September 1638 – 1 September 1715), also known as Louis the Great ( Louis le Grand) or the Sun King ( le Roi Soleil ), was King of France from 14 May 1643 until his death in 1715. His reign of 72 years and 110 days is the longest recorded of any monarch of a sovereign country in history.

  5. 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.

  6. In fact Melbourne went with Henry in 1392 to Prussia as part of Bolingbroke’s crusade – against the Lithuanians (it wasn’t a wildly popular event)- and from there accompanied Henry to the Holy Land – a fact which marks him out as being close to Bolingbroke who took only a small party of his closest friends and supporters with him.

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