Edmund of Almain (26 December 1249  – 1300) was the second Earl of Cornwall of the fourth creation from 1272. He joined the Ninth Crusade in 1271, but never made it to the Holy Land. He was the regent of the Kingdom of England from 1286 to 1289 and the High Sheriff of Cornwall from 1289 to 1300.
26 de abr. de 2022 · Edmund, 2nd Earl of Cornwall: Also Known As: "Edmund of Almain", "Edmund Plantagenet Earl of Cornwall" Birthdate: December 26, 1249: Birthplace: Berkhampstead Castle, Hertfordshire, England: Death: September 24, 1300 (50) Ashbridge Abbey, Hertfordshire, , England (Ill health) Place of Burial:
Brief Life History of Edmund. When Edmund Cornwall 2nd Earl of Cornwall was born on 26 December 1249, in Hertfordshire, England, his father, Richard of Cornwall Holy Roman Emperor, was 40 and his mother, Sanchia of Provence, was 24. He married Margaret de Clare Countess of Cornwall on 14 October 1272, in Ruislip, Middlesex, England.
On 25 Sep 1300 Edmund "Almain" Cornwall 2nd Earl Cornwall (age 50) died. He was buried, heart and flesh, at Ashridge [Map]. His bones were interred at Hailes Abbey [Map] during a service attended by King Edward "Longshanks" I of England (age 61). Earl Cornwall 4C 1225 extinct.
5 de sept. de 2020 · Edmund of Almain was the second Earl of Cornwall of the fourth creation from 1272. He joined the Ninth Crusade in 1271, but never made it to the Holy Land. He was the regent of the Kingdom of England from 1286 to 1289 and the High Sheriff of Cornwall from 1289 to 1300.
Edmund, 2nd Earl of Cornwall (26 December 1249 – before 25 September 1300), usually styled Edmund of Almain. Edmund married Margaret de Clare (1250 – shortly before November 1312), daughter of Richard de Clare, Earl of Gloucester, but by her had no children.
Edmund, 2nd Earl of Cornwall (1249–1300), son; Earls of Cornwall, 5th creation (1307) Piers Gaveston, Earl of Cornwall (1284–1312) Earls of Cornwall, 6th creation (1330) John of Eltham, Earl of Cornwall (1316–1336), second son of king Edward II of England and his queen Isabella of France; See also