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  1. Stafford nació en el castillo de Brecknock, en Gales. Su padre fue detenido y ejecutado por rebelarse contra el rey Ricardo III en 1483 , cuando Edward tenía cinco años. Dos años más tarde, cuando el rey Enrique VII ascendió al trono, la proscripción se revocó y la tutela del joven duque de Buckingham, junto con todas sus tierras, fue dada a la madre del rey: la condesa de Richmond y Derby.

  2. Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham KG (3 February 1478 – 17 May 1521) was an English nobleman. He was the son of Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham, and Katherine Woodville, and nephew of Elizabeth Woodville and King Edward IV. Thus, Edward Stafford was a first cousin once removed of King Henry VIII.

    • Austin Friars Church, London
    • 17 May 1521 (aged 43), Tower Hill
  3. Edward Stafford, 3rd duke of Buckingham, (born Feb. 3, 1478, Brecknock Castle, Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales—died May 17, 1521, London, Eng.), eldest son of Henry Stafford, the 2nd duke, succeeding to the title in 1485, after the attainder had been removed, two years after the execution of his father. On the accession of Henry VIII Buckingham began ...

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  4. Edward Stafford, III Barón Stafford (7 de enero de 1535 – 18 de octubre de 1603) fue el segundo hijo superviviente de Henry Stafford, I Barón Stafford y Ursula Pole, Baronesa Stafford, hermano menor y sucesor de Henry Stafford, II Barón Stafford. El sirvió en el parlamento, como representante de Stafford . Vida familiar

  5. Edward Stafford, IV barón Stafford (1572 – 16 de septiembre de 1625), era el hijo de Edward Stafford, III Barón Stafford, y Mary Stanley, hija de Edward Stanley, III conde de Derby y Dorothy Howard. Se convirtió en IV barón Stafford a la muerte de su padre en 1603. Se casó con Isabel Forster, hija de Thomas Forster de Tong, Shropshire. [2]

    • Castillo de Stafford[1]​
    • 1572
  6. Edward Peary Stafford, USN (Ret.) (1918 2013) was a naval aviator. He wrote for Naval History and Proceedings , as well as for National Geographic . He is best known for The Big E and four other books on naval history: Subchaser ; Little Ship, Big War ; The Saga of DE-343 , and The Far and the Deep .

  7. Sir Edward Stafford was an English Member of Parliament, courtier and diplomat to France during the time of Queen Elizabeth I. He was involved in abortive negotiations for a proposed marriage between Elizabeth and Francis, Duke of Anjou. After he was appointed ambassador to Paris in 1583, he took money from Henry I, Duke of Guise, in return for access to diplomatic correspondence. He also received money from a Spanish agent, Bernardino de Mendoza, and there is strong evidence that ...