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  1. Sir Roland de Velville (1471/4 - 25 June 1535) was a Breton-born English soldier and government official who is theorised as the illegitimate son of King Henry VII of England by "a Breton lady whose name is not known", or as a favoured member of the court of Henry VII and later recipient of beneficences, brought home to England with 28-year-old Henry after his exile in Brittany, an adolescent ...

  2. 27/08/2022 · Daughter of Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York Wife of James IV, king of Scots and Henry Stewart, 1st Lord of Methven Ex-wife of Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus Mother of James, Duke of Rothesay; Unnamed Daughter 1 Stewart; Arthur, Duke of Rothesay; James V, King of Scots; NN Stewart and 2 others; Sister of Arthur, Prince of Wales; Henry VIII, King of England; Elizabeth Margaret ...

  3. Although there is no evidence of his ever having had a mistress, some have proposed an illegitimate son for him, Sir Roland de Velville. He was born in 1474, some dozen years before the King's marriage; while it has been favoured in the past, modern scholarship for the most part rejects the supposition. Henry VIII

  4. Beaumaris Castle (/ b juː ˈ m ær ɪ s / bew-MAR-is; Welsh: Castell Biwmares Welsh pronunciation: [kastɛɬ bɪuˈmɑːrɛs]), in Beaumaris, Anglesey, Wales, was built as part of Edward I's campaign to conquer north Wales after 1282.

  5. Henry VII (28 January 1457 – 21 April 1509) was King of England and Lord of Ireland from his seizure of the crown on 22 August 1485 until his death in 1509. He was the first monarch of the House of Tudor.

  6. The castle was ill-maintained and fell into disrepair and by 1534, when Roland de Velville was the castle constable. Beaumaris Lawn Tennis Club offer a myriad of competitions for Adults and Juniors, day and night. MORE INFO. Coaching. SETA Tennis Academy proudly provide high quality coaching services to the BLTC. MORE INFO. Club Membership.

  7. A royal bastard was a common term (now largely dropped from common usage) for the illegitimate child of a reigning monarch. These children were considered to be born outside of marriage - either because the monarch had an extra-marital affair, or because the legitimacy of the monarch's marriage had been called into question.