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  1. Cecily Bonville, VII baronesa Harington, II baronesa Bonville fue una par inglesa. También ostentó los títulos de marquesa de Dorset y condesa de Wiltshire por sus matrimonios con Thomas Grey y Henry Stafford respectivamente. Los Bonville fueron yorkistas durante la Guerra de las Dos Rosas. Cuando tenía menos de un año edad, se convirtió en la heredera más rica del país debido a la muerte de todos sus parientes varones a manos de los Lancaster. Tras la muerte de su primer ...

  2. Cecily Bonville, 7th Baroness Harington, 2nd Baroness Bonville was an English peer, who was also Marchioness of Dorset by her first marriage to Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset, and Countess of Wiltshire by her second marriage to Henry Stafford, 1st Earl of Wiltshire. The Bonvilles were loyal supporters of the House of York during the series of dynastic civil wars that were fought for the English throne, known as the Wars of the Roses. When she was less than a year old, Cecily ...

  3. Cecily Bonville, VII baronesa Harington, II baronesa Bonville fue una par inglesa. También ostentó los títulos de marquesa de Dorset y condesa de Wiltshire por sus matrimonios con Thomas Grey y Henry Stafford respectivamente.[1]

  4. 6 de sept. de 2019 · Cecily’s verdict on her second marriage is indicated by her omission of Wiltshire from the beneficiaries of the masses requested for her soul and Thomas’s. It was also Thomas with whom she wished to be buried, and they lie side-by-side in Astley church, where Cecily’s marble effigy marks the grave of a woman whose wealth, although it brought her rank and ease, cost her much family heartache.

  5. 14 de abr. de 2021 · Cecily Bonville, 7th Baroness Harington and 2nd Baroness Bonville (c. 30 June 1460 – 12 May 1529) was an English peeress, who was also Marchioness of Dorset by her first marriage to Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset, and Countess of Wiltshire by her second marriage to Henry Stafford, 1st Earl of Wiltshire.

  6. 4 de nov. de 2019 · La reina Elizabeth Woodville tenía ganas de negociar, por lo que no es sorprendente que, en 1474, arregló el matrimonio de su hijo, Thomas Gray, con Cecily Bonville, la baronesa Harington y Bonville, una de las herederas más ricas de Inglaterra.

  7. Cecily Bonville inherited the baronies of Harington and Bonville in 1461, when she was less than two years old, after the deaths of her father, grandfather and great-grandfather in the Yorkist cause. Her mother, Katherine Neville , was first cousin to the new king, Edward IV, who arranged a marriage for Katherine with his friend, William, Lord Hastings.