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  1. Hace 5 días · Mary of Burgundy (French: Marie de Bourgogne; Dutch: Maria van Bourgondië; 13 February 1457 – 27 March 1482), nicknamed the Rich, was a member of the House of Valois-Burgundy who ruled a collection of states that included the duchies of Limburg, Brabant, Luxembourg, the counties of Namur, Holland, Hainaut and other territories, from 1477 ...

  2. 9 de may. de 2024 · That revolution, engendered by James’s Roman Catholicism, permanently established Parliament as the ruling power of England. James II was the second surviving son of Charles I and Henrietta Maria. He was formally created duke of York in January 1644.

  3. Hace 4 días · Mary of York 1467–1482: King Edward V 1470–1483 r. 1483 King of England: Margaret of York 1472: Richard of Shrewsbury 1473–1483 1st Duke of York: Elizabeth of York 1466–1503 Queen of England: King Henry VII 1457–1509 r. 1485–1509 King of England: Anne of York 1470: Edward Plantagenet 1475–1499 17th Earl of Warwick: Richard of York ...

  4. Hace 6 días · Mary of Teck (born May 26, 1867, Kensington Palace, London—died March 24, 1953, London) was the queen consort of King George V of Great Britain and the mother of kings Edward VIII (afterward duke of Windsor) and George VI.

  5. 20 de may. de 2024 · The Lord Mayor of York is the chairman of City of York Council, first citizen and civic head of York. The appointment is made by the council each year in May, at the same time appointing a sheriff, the city's other civic head. York's lord mayor is second only to the Lord Mayor of London in precedence. [1]

  6. 30 de abr. de 2024 · The amazing Bethany O’Brien sing the wonderful song ‘Mary of York’ about her great great great grandmother’s journey to Western Australia in the middle of the 19th Century.

  7. Hace 6 días · Thenceforward "Suffolk Place" became "York House," but the Archbishop seems to have lived there only during the reign of Mary. In December, 1558, he gave up the charge of the Great Seal to Nicholas (afterwards Sir Nicholas) Bacon, who also took possession of York House, and during the greater part of the next 70 years the house was in lease to successive lord keepers.