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  1. Matilda of England (June 1156 — June/July 1189) was an English princess of the House of Plantagenet and by marriage Duchess consort of Saxony and Bavaria from 1168 until her husband's deposition in 1180.

  2. Meanwhile, the messages brought back by Edward's agent Walter de Stapledon, Bishop of Exeter and others grew steadily worse: Isabella had publicly snubbed Stapledon; Edward's political enemies were gathering at the French court, and threatening his emissaries; Isabella was dressed as a widow, claiming that Hugh Despenser had destroyed her marriage with Edward; Isabella was assembling a court ...

  3. Joan Holland, Duchess of Brittany; Edward had several natural sons before his marriage. With Edith de Willesford (died after 1385): Sir Roger Clarendon (c. 1352 – executed 1402); he married Margaret (d. 1382), a daughter of John Fleming, Baron de la Roche. With unknown mother: Sir John Sounders; Ancestry

  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. Early life. Edward was born at the Palace of Westminster, London, the only son of King Henry VI of England and his wife, Margaret of Anjou.At the time, there was strife between Henry's supporters and those of Richard of York, 3rd Duke of York, who had a claim to the throne and challenged the authority of Henry's officers of state.

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  7. 27/08/2022 · Bryn Turnbull, The Last Grand Duchess, Mira (takes readers behind palace walls to see the end of Imperial Russia through the eyes of Olga Romanov, the first daughter of the last Tsar) S.J.A. Turney, The Bear of Byzantium , Canelo Adventure (second instalment in Wolves of Odin series; story of power in Constantinople and the machinations of the Byzantine emperors)