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  1. Richard de la Pole (early 1480s? – 24 February 1525) was a pretender to the English crown. Commonly nicknamed "White Rose", he was the last Yorkist claimant to actively and openly seek the crown of England. He lived in exile after many of his relatives were executed, becoming allied with Louis XII of France in the War of the League of Cambrai.

    • 1480, England
    • Being last member of the House of York to actively and openly seek the crown of England
  2. Richard de la Pole (1480-24 de febrero de 1525) fue un noble inglés que reclamó el trono de Inglaterra. Llamado Rosa Blanca, fue el último miembro de la casa de York y trabajó activa y abiertamente en reclamar la corona de Inglaterra.

  3. Richard de la Pole, (died Feb. 24, 1525, Pavia, Duchy of Milan), last Yorkist claimant to the English throne. Pole was the youngest son of John de la Pole, 2nd duke of Suffolk (died 1491/92), and Elizabeth, sister to the Yorkist king Edward IV (ruled 1461–70, 1471–83).

  4. When Richard de la Pole was born in 1462, in Medmenham, Buckinghamshire, England, his father, Sir Geoffrey de la Pole, was 47 and his mother, Bona Danvers, was 38. He married Margaret Plantagenet Countess of Salisbury on 22 September 1491, in Ellesborough, Buckinghamshire, England. They were the parents of at least 6 sons and 2 daughters.

    • Male
    • Margaret Plantagenet Countess of Salisbury
  5. 27/05/2021 · William de la Pole (c.1290-1366) and his brother Richard (d.1345) built a wool business in Hull, Yorkshire. From there they became closely connected with the Royal court, lending large amounts of money which delivered interest as high as 22%. As Edward III’s finances suffered, so did the de la Pole’s, and indeed king and de la Poles fell out badly.

    • England
    • Kingston-Upon-Hull, Yorkshire, England
    • circa 1295
    • Merchant at Hull
  6. Richard Pole (1462 - antes del 18 de diciembre de 1505) fue un galés que tuvo una relación cercana y servicial con el rey Enrique VII de Inglaterra, su primo. Fue nombrado caballero de la Orden de la Jarretera y se le dio como esposa a Margaret Plantegenet, condesa de Salisbury.