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  1. Elizabeth Woodville was the first child of Sir Richard Woodville (later the first Earl Rivers) and Jaquetta of Luxembourg. Her first marriage (ca. 1452) was to Sir John Grey of Groby (died in battle 1461), with whom she had two sons. She secretly married King Edward IV of England in April 1464, and was crowned Queen in May 1465. Two months earlier she had become patroness of the College “as ...

  2. 19 de mar. de 2022 · Isabel murió el 8 de junio de 1492 en la abadía de Bermondsey, siendo sepultada en la capilla de San Jorge, en el castillo de Windsor, junto a su marido Eduardo IV.

  3. 4 de may. de 2019 · Elizabeth Woodville. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Deutsch: Elizabeth Woodville oder auch Elizabeth Wydeville (* 1437 † 1492) war die älteste Tochter von Sir Richard Woodville, später 1. Graf Rivers, und von dessen Frau Jacquetta von Luxemburg. English: Elizabeth Woodville or Wydeville (c. 1437 – 7 June/8 June 1492 ...

  4. 21 de jun. de 2024 · Elizabeth Woodville (born 1437—died June 7/8, 1492, London) was the wife of King Edward IV of England. After Edward’s death, popular dislike of her and her court facilitated the usurpation of power by Richard, duke of Gloucester ( King Richard III ). A woman of great beauty, she was already a widow with two sons when Edward IV married her ...

  5. Antonio Woodville. Antonio Woodville, II Conde de Rivers (en inglés Anthony Woodville, 2nd Earl Rivers), (c. 1442 Pontefract - 25 de junio de 1483), conde de Rivers desde 1469 y más tarde Barón de Scales, desde 1473 hasta su muerte.

  6. 19 de nov. de 2023 · About Isabel Goddard. John De WYDEVILLE (Sir) (1341-AFT 8 Sep 1403) (son of Richard and Elizabeth Lyons) married 1stly Catherine FERMBAND (dau. of John Fermband of Biddenham), Catherine Fermband was the mother of Thomas WOODVILLE (Sheriff of Northants) (d. 1435 dsp). John married 2ndly Isabel GODDARD (w. of Robert Passelaw of Drayton Parslow ...

  7. 14 de sept. de 2017 · Después de que en 1502 James Tyrell fuera ajusticiado por participar en una conspiración a favor de la dinastía de los York, el gobierno de Enrique VII difundió la noticia de que Tyrell había confesado ser el autor del asesinato de los dos niños en la Torre de Londres, 19 años antes, por orden de su señor, Ricardo III.