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  1. Eleanor Clifford, Countess of Cumberland was the third child and second daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk and Princess Mary Tudor, the Dowager Queen consort of France. She was a younger sister of Lady Frances Brandon and an elder sister of Henry Brandon, 1st Earl of Lincoln. She was also a younger paternal half-sister of Lady Anne Brandon and Lady Mary Brandon from her father's second marriage. After her mother's death in 1533, her father remarried to Catherine ...

  2. 05/04/2019 · Eleanor’s mother died in June of that year and in January of 1536, Eleanor served as chief mourner at the funeral of Catherine of Aragon. Eleanor’s fiancée Henry Clifford was described as being tall and slender with dark hair. He was well educated, had a superb library, and enjoyed his hobbies: alchemy, astrology and distilling.

  3. Eleanor Clifford, Countess of Cumberland Lady Eleanor Brandon (1519-27 September 1547) was the daughter of Mary Tudor, Queen of France and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk. Her maternal grandparents were King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York. She was the sister of Lady Frances Brandon therefore she was the aunt of Lady Jane Grey .

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    Lady Eleanor was a descendant of a member of the Tudor dynasty and therefore her marriage would advance the political ambitions of any given husband. In March 1533, a marriage contract was written up for Lady Eleanor and Henry Clifford, the eldest son and heir of Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland by Lady Margaret Percy. However, since her moth...

    The Third Succession Actof 23 March 1544 defined that Eleanor was in line to succeed her maternal uncle Henry VIII. She was eighth-in-line for the throne following: 1. Edward, Prince of Wales, her first cousin. 2. The Lady Mary, her first cousin. 3. The Lady Elizabeth, her first cousin. 4. Frances Grey, Marchioness of Dorset, her elder sister. 5. L...

    With Henry Clifford: 1. Lady Margaret Clifford (1540 - 28 September 1596); she married Henry Stanley, 4th Earl of Derby. 2. Henry Clifford; died an infant. 3. Charles Clifford; died an infant.

    There is a discrepancy as to who the sitter is in the Hans Eworth portrait which is featured. The coat of arms in the top left corner, which may have been added later, are the impaled arms (those of a husband and wife) of Henry Clifford, 2nd Earl of Cumberland, and his wife Lady Eleanor, daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, and Mary Tu...

  4. Countess of Cumberland Lady Eleanor was a descendant of a member of the Tudor dynasty and therefore her marriage would advance the political ambitions of any given husband. In March 1533, a marriage contract was written up for Lady Eleanor and Henry Clifford , the eldest son and heir of Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland by Lady Margaret Percy.

  5. 05/04/2019 · The old Earl of Cumberland died in 1542, and Eleanor’s husband inherited his titles. Shortly afterwards, Eleanor and Henry lost their two sons. Baby Charles died first. The eldest, named Henry after his father, lived to be about two or three and was buried in the family vault in Skipton Church next to his brother.

  6. 20/02/2018 · In the spring of 1533, when she was fourteen, Eleanor was betrothed to Henry Clifford, later second Earl of Cumberland. Clifford was two years Eleanor’s senior and resided mainly at the family’s home at Skipton Castle in Yorkshire. He was said to be ‘tall and slender’ in appearance and ‘studious’ in nature.

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