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  1. Eleanor Clifford, Countess of Cumberland was the third child and second daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk and Princess Mary Tudor, the Dowager Queen consort of France. She was a younger sister of Lady Frances Brandon and an elder sister of Henry Brandon, 1st Earl of Lincoln. She was also a younger paternal half-sister of Lady Anne Brandon and Lady Mary Brandon from her father's second marriage. After her mother's death in 1533, her father remarried to Catherine ...

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    Lady Eleanor was a descendant of a member of the Tudor dynasty and therefore her marriage would advance the political ambitions of any given husband. In March 1533, a marriage contract was written up for Lady Eleanor and Henry Clifford, the eldest son and heir of Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland by Lady Margaret Percy. However, since her moth...

    In January 1536, Eleanor was designated the chief mourner for the funeral service of Catherine of Aragon, first Queen consort of Henry VIII, at Peterborough Cathedral.

    The Will of Henry VIII, excluding the argument that it was signed with a dry stamp rather than by hand, defined that Eleanor was in line to succeed her maternal uncle Henry VIII. She was eighth-in-line for the throne following: 1. Edward, Prince of Wales, her first cousin. 2. The Lady Mary, her first cousin. 3. The Lady Elizabeth, her first cousin....

    Henry VIII died on 28 January 1547. Prince Edward became King Edward VI. Lady Eleanor was the seventh-in-line for the throne, but she died on 27 September the same year without surviving male issue at Brougham Castle, and was buried at Skipwith.Her place in line to succession to the throne was taken by her daughter, Lady Margaret Clifford. Her husb...

  2. 20 de dic. de 2022 · Lady Eleanor Brandon was born in 1519/20.3 . She was the daughter of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk and Mary Rose Tudor.1 . She married Henry Clifford, 2nd Earl of Cumberland, son of Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland and Lady Margaret Percy, circa June 1537 at Southwark, London, England.1 . She died on 27 September 1547 at Brougham Castle.

  3. Eleanor Clifford, condesa de Cumberland (de soltera Lady Eleanor Brandon; 1519 - 27 de septiembre de 1547) fue la tercera hija y la segunda hija de Charles Brandon, primer duque de Suffolk y la princesa Mary Tudor, la reina consorte viuda de Francia. Era hermana menor de Lady Frances Brandon y hermana mayor de Henry Brandon, primer conde de Lincoln.

  4. Eleanor Clifford, condesa de Cumberland (de soltera Lady Eleanor Brandon; 1519 - 27 de septiembre de 1547) fue la tercera hija y la segunda hija de Charles Brandon, primer duque de Suffolk y la princesa Mary Tudor, la reina consorte viuda de Francia. Era hermana menor de Lady Frances Brandon y hermana mayor de Henry Brandon, primer conde de Lincoln.

  5. 21 de nov. de 2015 · In 1536, Eleanor acted as chief mourner at Catherine of Aragon’s funeral, as her cousin the Princess Mary was refused permission to attend because of her intransigence in the matter of her personal beliefs and her determination to uphold her mother’s wishes. It suggests that Eleanor was as close as her mother had been to Catherine of Aragon.

  6. 7 de mar. de 2017 · Lady Mary died on the 20 May 1578. The role of heir presumptive was then passed to Lady Margaret Stanley, Countess of Derby. Her claim came through her mother – Eleanor Brandon. Needless to say Lady Margaret soon found herself under house arrest just as her two cousins had done.