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  1. List of child brides - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_child_brides

    Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (aged 17) was married in 1803 to Emich Carl, 2nd Prince of Leiningen (aged 40), whose first wife had been Victoria's aunt. After Emich Carl's death, Victoria went on to marry Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn, and became the mother of Queen Victoria.

  2. Mary I of England - Wikipedia › wiki › Queen_Mary_of_England

    Mary was the only child of Henry VIII by his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, to survive to adulthood. Her younger half-brother, Edward VI, succeeded their father in 1547 at the age of nine.

    • 1 October 1553
    • Jane (disputed) or Edward VI
    • July 1553 –, 17 November 1558
    • Elizabeth I
  3. Margaret of Valois, Duchess of Berry - Wikipedia › wiki › Margaret_of_Valois

    Margaret was born at the Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye on 5 June 1523 the youngest daughter and child of King Francis I of France and Claude, Duchess of Brittany. . Margaret was very close to her paternal aunt, Marguerite of Angoulême, who took care of her and her sister Madeleine during her childhood, and her sister-in-law Catherine de'

  4. Mary of Guise - Wikipedia › wiki › Mary_of_Lorraine

    Mary, Queen of Scots, Mary of Guise's daughter, for whom she acted as regent from 1554 to 1560 In December 1552, Mary of Austria, Queen of Hungary , sister of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V , pointed out to Mary that her diplomatic complaints had no force and must come from Arran.

  5. First Cousins: Queen Mary I of England | Unofficial Royalty › first-cousins-queen

    Paternal First Cousins of Queen Mary I of England: Children of Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk. Henry Brandon (1516 – 1522), died in childhood ***** Lady Frances Brandon, Duchess of Suffolk (1517 – 1559) Although Frances and her siblings were only the children of a duke, they had their mother’s royal blood.

  6. 8 Scottish Royal Mistresses and Illegitimate Children ideas ... › meddaughaj15 › scottish-royal

    May 16, 2012 - The women who were mistresses, lovers, and favorites of the Scottish Kings and the children they had. . See more ideas about royal mistress, british history, mistress.

  7. Royal Deaths from Tuberculosis | Unofficial Royalty › royal-deaths-from

    Isabella was the mother of the great heiress Mary of Burgundy who was the Duchess of Burgundy in her own right after her father’s death. After several months of illness, Isabella died of tuberculosis. ***** Filberto I, Duke of Savoy. Born: August 17, 1465 in Chambéry, Duchy of Savoy, now in France

  8. Noble houses of Belgium/France: The legendary Lalaing Family › 2018 › 07

    Archduke Maximilian of Austria (widower of Mary of Burgundy). During the reign of King Henry VII of England from the House of Tudor, many people occured, who pretended a surviving member of the House of York. They wanted to take over the crown of King Henry VII. Many of the Pretenders were supported by Emperor Maximilian and

  9. Mary of Guelders, Queen of Scots | Unofficial Royalty › mary-of-guelders-queen-of-scots

    Mary of Guelders, wife of James II, King of Scots was born around 1434, the eldest of the five children of Arnold, Duke of Guelders and Catherine of Cleves.The Duchy of Guelders was located in the present Dutch province of Gelderland (in English Guelders), the present Dutch province of Limburg, and parts of the present German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

  10. 40 Maison ideas | french royalty, french history, history › LuaSwarovski › maison

    Archduke Maximilian of Austria (1459-1519), later Maximilian I,Holy Roman Emperor. Married Mary of Burgundy. By marrying his son Philip the Handsome to the future Queen Joanna of Castile in 1498, Maximilian established the Habsburg dynasty in Spain and allowed his grandson Charles to hold the throne of both León-Castile and Aragon, thus making him the first de jure King of Spain.

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