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  1. The House of Plantagenet was the first truly armigerous royal dynasty of England. Their predecessor, Henry I of England, had presented items decorated with a lion heraldic emblem to his son-in-law, Plantagenet founder Geoffrey, Count of Anjou, and his family experimented with different lion-bearing coats until these coalesced during the reign of his grandson, Richard I (1189–1199), into a ...

  2. Elizabeth of Rhuddlan (7 August 1282 – 5 May 1316) was the eighth and youngest daughter of King Edward I of England and Queen Eleanor of Castile.Of all of her siblings, she was closest to her younger brother King Edward II, as they were only two years apart in age.

  3. Edmund of Woodstock, 1st Earl of Kent (5 August 1301 – 19 March 1330), whose seat was Arundel Castle in Sussex, was the sixth son of King Edward I of England, and the second by his second wife Margaret of France, and was a younger half-brother of King Edward II.

  4. Isabella of Angoulême: Aymer of Angoulême Alice of Courtenay: c. 1187 24 August 1200 8 October 1200 18 or 19 October 1216 Husband's death: 31 May 1246 Fontevraud Abbey: John: Eleanor of Provence: Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Provence Beatrice of Savoy: c. 1223 14 January 1236 20 January 1236 16 November 1272 Husband's death: 24 June 1291 ...

  5. As a child she was placed in the care of Marie de St Pol, wife of Aymer de Valence and foundress of Pembroke College, Cambridge. She grew up with her sister Isabella , her brother Edward , and their cousin Joan of Kent , and she died in the Black Death that struck Europe in 1348.

  6. Heinrichs einziger Trost angesichts seiner Machtlosigkeit war Ende Oktober der Besuch seiner Tochter Margerete, die schwanger war und zusammen mit ihrem Mann Alexander III. von Schottland ihren Vater besuchte. Im Dezember 1260 musste Heinrich erfahren, dass sein Halbbruder Aymer de Valence im Exil in Paris gestorben war.

  7. Cette liste des familles subsistantes de la noblesse française rassemble les familles subsistantes qui étaient membres de la noblesse française de l'Ancien Régime avant le 23 juin 1790, celles qui ont été anoblies et/ou titrées au cours des différents régimes du XIX e siècle, et celles de la noblesse des provinces réunies à la France après 1789 : du comtat Venaissin, du duché de ...