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  1. Enrique I (en inglés moderno, Henry I; c. 1068-1 de diciembre de 1135), llamado Enrique Beauclerc (‘Buen Sabio’ en francés) [1] por sus intereses culturales, fue rey de Inglaterra desde 1100 hasta su muerte. Hijo de Guillermo I el Conquistador, recibió educación por parte de la Iglesia.

  2. Fue la segunda esposa de Enrique, y madre de Isabel I de Inglaterra. Nacida en el seno de la aristocracia inglesa, Ana fue educada en Francia desde 1514 hasta 1521. De regreso a Inglaterra, fue una de las damas de compañía de Catalina de Aragón. Allí llamó la atención de Enrique, quien le propuso matrimonio en 1527.

  3. 13/05/2022 · If anyone knows how Gertrude Street eats, drinks and parties, it's Tracey Lester. She first worked here in the 1990s when her parents owned Rhubarbs restaurant. She turned it into noughties bar Yelza, where the Fitzroy Beer Garden is now. Crumpet with macadamia butter, saltbush and shiitake. Photo: Luis Enrique Ascui

  4. John was born in 1316 at Eltham Palace, Kent.On 6 October 1328, at the age of twelve, he was created Earl of Cornwall.Caught in the throes of the war between his father, Edward II, and his mother, Isabella, his growing years were turbulent.

  5. Illegitimate children. Henry VIII of England had one acknowledged illegitimate child, as well as several others who are suspected to be his, by his mistresses.. He acknowledged Henry Fitzroy (15 June 1519 – 23 July 1536), the son of his mistress Elizabeth Blount, and granted him a dukedom; married Lady Mary Howard.

  6. 19/04/2022 · Anya Quiroz, Sister of Deceased: “ My mom did not know that Enrique was going to the river. Like I said previously, he informed her that he was going to be hanging out in the neighbourhood with his friends so the report that we got, approximately around 2:45, 3, was that he drowned in the river.

  7. a short summary from Wikipedia: Henry III. Reign: 19 October 1216 – 16 November 1272. Coronation: 28 October 1216, Gloucester. 17 May 1220, Westminster Abbey