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    Name:Philippa of Hainault
    Daughter of Guilluame (William) III Le Bonde Hainault and Jeanne de Valois

    Born:About 1314. A precise birth date for Philippa of June 24 either in 1310 or 1311 or 1314 can often be found.This comes from a report by Walter de Stapledon, Bishop of Exeter who was sent to Hainaut in 1319 inspect the daughter of William of Hainault as part of the marriage negotiations. He reported “the damsel will be of the age of nine years o...

    Married: Phillipa of Hainault, daughter of Guillame III, Count of Hainault, on 24 January 1327/8 at York Minster in York, Yorkshire, England. She was likely born in early (January or February) 1314...
    Papal dispensation for the marriage granted on 30 August 1327, they being related in the 3rddegree of kindred.
    Children of Edward III and Philippa of Hainault:
    Edward of Woodstock, Princes of Wales. Commonly known as The Black Prince. Born on 15 June 1330 at Woodstock, Oxfordshire.
    Isabel of Woodstock. Born on 16 June 1332 at Woodstock, Oxfordshire.
    Joan of the Tower. Born about February 1335 at the Tower of London, London, England.
    Died:15 August 1369 at Windsor Castle in Windsor, Berkshire, England.
    Buried: 29 January 1370 at Westminster Abbeyin London, England.
    From: Royal Tombs of Medieval England - "Work on the queen's tomb appears to have begun as early as 1362, when instructions were given for six cartloads of alabaster to be brought from the Tutbury...
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    • She was born in modern-day Belgium. Philippa’s father Willem was count of Hainault, in modern-day Belgium, and also count of Holland and Zeeland, now in the Netherlands.
    • Her name had many iterations. In Philippa’s own lifetime, her name was spelt Philippe, Phelip or Phelipe, and it was a unisex name, serving for men called Philip and women called Philippa.
    • She had a big family. Philippa was the third daughter of her parents and had older sisters Margareta and Johanna. She was probably born in c. February or March 1314; chronicler Jean Froissart stated that she was ‘almost fourteen’ in January 1328.
    • Her marriage was less romantic than it’s often portrayed. The often-repeated romantic tale that Edward III chose Philippa as his bride over her sisters is untrue, and almost certainly invented by Philippa herself.
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  4. Mar 15, 2013 · Philippa, Countess Hainault, Countess of Holland, D'Avesnes de Hainault (born 1311) queen-philippa-of-hainault_large (Other) Philippa van Holland, Comtesse de Hainault et d'Avesnes, Queen of England (born 1311)

  5. Philippa de Hainault (born 1314) : Philippa d'Avesnes of Hainault (Other) Date: Source - Find A Grave Location: Westminster Abbey Westminster, City of Westminster, Greater London, England PLOTsouth side of the Confessor's chapel

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