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  1. Cecily of York (20 March 1469 – 24 August 1507), also known as Cecelia, was the third daughter of King Edward IV of England and his queen consort Elizabeth Woodville. Shortly after the death of her father and the usurpation of the throne by her uncle King Richard III, Cecily and her siblings were declared illegitimate.

  2. 9 de ene. de 2018 · Cecily of York was the third daughter of the first Yorkist king, Edward IV, and his consort Elizabeth Wydeville (Woodville). She was born on 20 March 1469 at Westminster Palace in London.

  3. There’s a reason no one knows about Cecily of York—but it’s your turn to find out. 1. She Was Born Into Battle. When Cecily was born in 1469, she came into the world as a Princess of England. After all, her father was King Edward IV and her mother was the renowned beauty Queen Elizabeth Woodville.

  4. 4 de ene. de 2018 · Cecily herself passed away on the Isle of Wight on August 24, 1507 and is buried in Quarr Abbey there. Married to a man of no political importance and without great fortune, her last years were perhaps the quietest of all of her sister’s.

  5. 4 de dic. de 2018 · Cecily Duchess of York was, as Joanna Laynesmith highlights in her new biography, the only major protagonist, male or female, to live right through the eighty years of turmoil now commonly referred to as the Wars of the Roses.

  6. 21 de nov. de 2019 · Here's information about Cecily Neville, Duchess of York, who played a key role in the politics of the British War of the Roses.

  7. 24 de ago. de 2020 · On this day in Tudor history, 24th August 1507, Cecily of York, Viscountess Welles, died at Hatfield in Hertfordshire. She was buried at “the friars”, but it is not known what religious house the record was referring to. Here are some facts about this Plantagenet princess…