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  • ID: I22787
  • Name: Cecily De Neville
  • Given Name: Cecily
  • Surname: De Neville
  • Suffix: Duchess Of York 1 2
  • Name: The Rose Of Raby
  • Given Name: The Rose Of Raby
  • Surname: 2
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 31 May 1415 in Raby Castle, Durham, England 2
  • Note:
    Sources for this Information:
    date: [Ref: D. Spencer Hines SGM 4/26/1997-090151, ES II #86, Paget HRHCharles p200, Paget HRHCharles p24, Paget HRHCharles p84, Watney WALLOP #728, Watney WALLOP #9] 1415 [Ref: Louda RoyalFamEurope #4, Louda RoyalFamEurope #5, Thompson CharlesII #285], place: [Ref: D. Spencer Hines SGM 4/26/1997-090151, Paget HRHCharles p24], parents: [Ref: D. Spencer Hines SGM 4/26/1997-090151, ES II #86, Louda RoyalFamEurope #5, Paget HRHCharles p200, Paget HRHCharles p21, Paget HRHCharles p24, Paget HRHCharles p84, Thompson CharlesII #285, Watney WALLOP #728, Watney WALLOP #9, Weis MC #161], father: [Ref: CP III p260, Louda RoyalFamEurope #4, Wagner PedigreeProgress #49, Weis AR7 #225]
  • Death: 31 May 1495 in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England 2
  • Note:
    Sources for this Information:
    date: [Ref: D. Spencer Hines SGM 4/26/1997-090151, ES II #86, Paget HRHCharles p200, Paget HRHCharles p21, Paget HRHCharles p24, Paget HRHCharles p84, Watney WALLOP #728, Watney WALLOP #9, Weis MC #161] 1495 [Ref: CMH p892, Louda RoyalFamEurope #4, Louda RoyalFamEurope #5, Thompson CharlesII #285, Wagner PedigreeProgress #47, Wagner PedigreeProgress #49, Wagner PedigreeProgress #50], place: [Ref: D. Spencer Hines SGM 4/26/1997-090151, Paget HRHCharles p24]
  • Burial: Fotheringhay, Northhampton, England 2
  • _UID: 7FB23219BE6947A6AB328BF63A8CCF189B6E
  • Change Date: 8 Mar 2013 at 20:06
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    DUCHESS OF YORK
    Cecily (d. 31 May 1495), daughter of Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland, by his (2) wife Joan de Beaufort, daughter of John, Duke of Lancaster by (3) Katharine Swynford. [Magna Charta Sureties]

    He married, before 18 October 1424, Cecily (then aged 9), youngest daughter of Ralph (NEVILLE), 1st EARL OF WESTMORLAND, being 5th daughter by his 2nd wife, Joan BEAUFORT, sister of the half-blood to HENRY IV, legitimated daughter of John, "of Gaunt," DUKE OF LANCASTER. He died 30 December 1460, aged 49, and was buried at Pontefract, co. York, his head, bearing a crown of paper and straw, being set up on Micklegate Bar, York, but afterwards interred with his body, the whole being exhumed, 24 July, and buried with great pomp, 30 July 1476, at Fotheringhay. M.I. His widow, who was born 3 May 1415, having survived her two last surviving sons, Edward IV and Richard III, died 31 May 1495 at her castle at Berkhampstead, aged 80, and was buried with her husband at Fotheringhay. M.I. [Complete Peerage XII/2:905-9, XIV:642,
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    Name: Cecily "the Rose of Raby" de Neville
    Cecily (d. 31 May 1495), daughter of Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland, by his (2) wife Joan de Beaufort, daughter of John, Duke of Lancaster by (3) Katharine Swynford. [Magna Charta Sureties]

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    He married, before 18 October 1424, Cecily (then aged 9), youngest daughter of Ralph (NEVILLE), 1st EARL OF WESTMORLAND, being 5th daughter by his 2nd wife, Joan BEAUFORT, sister of the half-blood to HENRY IV, legitimated daughter of John, "of Gaunt," DUKE OF LANCASTER. He died 30 December 1460, aged 49, and was buried at Pontefract, co. York, his head, bearing a crown of paper and straw, being set up on Micklegate Bar, York, but afterwards interred with his body, the whole being exhumed, 24 July, and buried with great pomp, 30 July 1476, at Fotheringhay. M.I. His widow, who was born 3 May 1415, having survived her two last surviving sons, Edward IV and Richard III, died 31 May 1495 at her castle at Berkhampstead, aged 80, and was buried with her husband at Fotheringhay. M.I. [Complete Peerage XII/2:905-9, XIV:642, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

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    Cecily de Neville

    Cecily*... yst. da. of Ralph (Neville), 1st Earl of Westmorland, being 5th da.(g) by his 2nd wife, Joan Beaufort...
    (g) See _Genealogist_, N.S., vol. iii, pp. 109-10, for the births of the numerous children of the Earl, her father. She was herself the 22nd child, being the 13th by his [Ralph Neville, E. of Westmorland] 2nd marriage. CF. ante, vol. xii, pt. 1, note sub Westmorland. [Ref: CP XII/2:908]

    XII/1 covers Skelmersdale to Towton. The above should read ?CF. this vol. (XII/2) sub Westmorland, which reads (in part):

    [Text omitted] Westmorland?s 23 children, 9 by the 1st and 14 by the 2nd wife, are listed in _Genealogist_, N.S., vol. ii, pp. 109-10, where, however, Anastasia (who probably d. in infancy), the 9th child, being the yst. by the 1st wife, is omitted. Of his 11 sons, 4 were Peers (see below); of his daughters, 7 were peeresses (by modern standards), 3 being Duchesses, of whom the yst., Cicely*, Duchess of York, was mother of 2 Kings, Edward IV and Richard III. [Remaining text omitted] [Ref: XII/2:547(h)]

    * was it Cecily or Cicely?

    *****
    FYI, Richard & Cecily/Cicely also had the flwg children you do not yet list:

    Joan, b. 1438, d. 1438
    Henry, b. 10 Feb 1441, d. young
    Edmund, 1st Earl of Rutland, b. May 1443, Rouen, d. 29 Dec. 1460 at Wakefield (see below)
    Margaret, b. 3 May 1446 at Fotheringhay, d. 23 Nov. 1503 at Mechelin (Malines), Belgium, m. Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy (see below)
    William, b. 7 Jul. 1447 at Fotheringhay, d. young
    John, b. 7 Nov. 1448 at Neyte (London), d. young
    Thomas, b. 1450/1, d. young
    Ursula, b. 22 Jul. 1445, d. young

    Sources:
    Weir, Alison, _Britain's Royal Families, The Complete Genealogy_, London: Bodley Head, 1999, pp. 134-137,
    Europaische Stammtafeln II:86
    Paget, Gerald, _The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales_, Charles Skilton Ltd., London, 1977, pp. 24-5
    *****
    RUTLAND
    EARLDOM.
    II. ? . . . to 1460.
    1. Edmund Plantagenet, 2nd surv. s. of Richard, Duke of York, and yr. br. of Edward IV, b. at Rouen in May 1443, was cr. or acknowldeged EARL OF RUTLAND.(e) He was _attainted_ with his father and brother, Nov. 1459, having accompanied the Duke into Wales; but all Acts of this Parl. were annulled, Oct. 1460. On 29 Dec. 1460, flying from the field across the bridge at Wakefield, he was killed by Lord Clifford, and his head, cut from his dead body, was exposed at York. He d. unm., when the Earldom of Rutland became _extinct_. He was bur. with his father at Pontefract; but his body was translated, 22-29 July 1466, to Fotheringhay.

    (e) No charter or record of investiture has been found, but of the fact that he was officially and commonly so _styled_ no doubt exists. The petition originating his _attainder_ states that the King had made the Duke of York?s two eldest sons Earls; two letters from his elder br. and himself as boys at Ludlow are signed E. Marche and E. Rutlonde (_Rolls of Parl._, vol. v, p. 346; Ellis, _Original Letters_, Ser. I, vol. i, p. 10; _Paston Letters_, ed. Gardner, Introd., p. clxix, the latter written 3 June [1454]. The originals are in B.M.*, Cotton MS., Vesp. F., iii, f. 9; xiii, f. 35. Doyle, _Official Baronage_, vol. iii, p. 189, reproduces the signatures). [Ref: CP XI:252-3]

    * British Museum

    For precise source refs, p. 253 begins ?Wakefield, he was killed by Lord Clifford?
    *****
    Margaret, duchess of Burgundy (1446-1503). Sister of Edward IV, whose marriage (1468) to Charles the Bold of Burgundy strengthened the house of York with a Burgundian alliance. She supported Lambert Simnel and Perkin Warbeck, pretenders to the throne of Henry VII, but was subsequently pardoned. [Ref: Dict of Brit Hist, p. 232]
    For lengthier articles see:
    Wikipedia at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_of_York
    BBC at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A393851
    The book: Weightman, Christine, _Margaret of York: Duchess of Burgundy 1446-1503_, Palgrave Macmillan, orig. publ. July 1989, reprinted Oct. 1993.

    Regards,
    Curt

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    Cecily de Neville

    m. before 18th October, 1424 [Ref: Weir p. 133]

    Cecilia or Cecily
    She was the daughter of Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland, by Joan Beaufort, daughter of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, and she was born on 3rd May, 1415 at Raby Castle, Co. Durham. She died a Benedictine nun on 31st May, 1495 at Berkhamstead Castle, Herts., and was buried in the Collegiate Church of Fotheringhay, Northants. [Ref: Weir p. 134]

    Weir = Weir, Alison, _Britain's Royal Families, The Complete Genealogy_, The Bodley Head, London, 1989

    Regards,
    Curt

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    Cecily Neville, Duchess of York (3 May 1415 - 31 May 1495)[1] was the wife of Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York, and the mother of two Kings of England: Edward IV and Richard III.

    Cecily Neville was a daughter to Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland and Joan Beaufort, Countess of Westmorland. Her maternal grandparents were John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster and Katherine Swynford. John of Gaunt was the third son of Edward III of England and Philippa of Hainault.

    Cecily was called "the Rose of Raby" (because she was born at Raby Castle in Durham, Kingdom of England) and "Proud Cis" because of her pride and a temper that went with it. Historically she is also known for her piety. She herself signed her name "Cecylle".

    Duchess of York

    In 1424, when Cecily was nine years old, she was betrothed by her father to his thirteen year old ward, Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York. Ralph Neville died in October 1425, bequeathing the wardship of Richard to his widow, Joan Beaufort. Cecily and Richard were married by October 1429. Their daughter Anne was born in August 1439 in Northamptonshire. When Richard became a king's lieutenant and governor general of France in 1441 and moved to Rouen, Cecily moved with him. Their son Henry was born in February but died soon after.

    The future Edward IV was born in Rouen on 28 April 1442 and immediately privately baptised in a small side chapel. He would later be accused of illegitimacy directly by his cousin, Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick, and by his own brother, George, Duke of Clarence; this was probably because George and Warwick were in dispute with Edward and seeking to overthrow him. The claims would later be dismissed. Some modern historians use Edward's date of birth as an evidence of illegitimacy: the Duke had been away in the calculated days of conception and the baby's baptism was a simple and private affair (unlike that of his younger brother, George, which was public and lavish). Although some historians suggest that the baby was prematurely born, there are no surviving records of this. Other historians point out that Cecily's husband could easily, by the military conventions of the time, have returned briefly to Rouen, where Cecily was living at the time. In any case, Richard acknowledged the baby as his own which establishes legal paternity.

    Around 1454, when Richard began to resent the influence of Edmund Beaufort, 1st Duke of Somerset, Cecily spoke with Queen consort Margaret of Anjou on his behalf. When Henry VI suffered a nervous breakdown later in the year, Richard of York established himself as a Protector.

    After the outbreak of the Wars of the Roses, Cecily remained at their home, Ludlow Castle, even when Richard fled to Ireland and Continental Europe. At the same time she surreptitiously worked for the cause of the House of York. When a parliament began to debate the fate of the York and his supporters in November 1459, Cecily travelled to London to plead for her husband. One contemporary commentator stated that she had reputedly convinced the king to promise a pardon if the Duke would appear in the parliament in eight days. This failed and Richard's lands were confiscated, but Cecily managed to gain an annual grant of 600 to support her and her children.

    After the Yorkist victory at the Battle of Northamptonin July 1460, Cecily moved to London with her children and lived with John Paston. She carried the royal arms before Richard in triumph in London in September. When the Duke of York and his heirs officially recognized as Henry VI's successors in the Act of Accord, Cecily became a queen-in-waiting and even received a copy of the English chronicle from the chronicler John Hardyng.

    In the Battle of Wakefield (30 December 1460), the Lancastrians won a decisive victory. The Duke of York, his second son Edmund, Earl of Rutland and Cecily's brother Richard Neville, Earl of Salisbury were among the casualties. Cecily sent her two youngest sons, George and Richard to the court of Philip III, Duke of Burgundy. This forced Philip to ally with the Yorkists.

    Mother of two kings

    Her eldest son Edward successfully continued the fight against the Lancastrians. When Cecily moved to Baynard's Castle in London, it became the Yorkist headquarters and when Edward defeated the Lancastrians, she became an effective Queen Mother.

    During the beginning of the Edward's reign, Cecily appeared beside him and maintained her influence. In 1461 she revised her coat of arms to include the royal arms of England, hinting that her husband had been a rightful king. When Edward married Elizabeth Woodville, he built new queen's quarters for her and let his mother to remain in the queen's quarters in which she had been living.

    In 1469, her nephew, the Earl of Warwick, father-in-law of her sons George and Richard, rebelled against Edward IV. Warwick also begun to spread rumours that the king was a bastard and that his true father was not the Duke of York but an archer named Blaybourne at Rouen, evidence of which has been assembled.[2]. By some interpretations, that would have meant that Clarence was the rightful king. Warwick had earlier made similar accusations against Margaret of Anjou. Cecily said little about the matter in public, despite the fact that she had been accused of adultery. She visited Sandwich, possibly trying to reconcile the parties. When the rebellion failed the first time, she invited Edward and George to London to reconcile them. Peace did not last long and in the forthcoming war she still tried to make peace between her sons.

    Edward IV was briefly overthrown by Warwick and Margaret of Anjou, and for about six months (October 1470 - April 1471) Henry VI was restored to the throne. The breach between Edward and his brother George was apparently never really healed, for George was executed for treason in the Tower of London on 18 February 1478. Edward IV died suddenly on 9 April 1483. After several tumultuous weeks, Cecily's final son, Richard, was crowned Richard III on 6 July 1483, but his reign was brief, as he was defeated and killed on 22 August, 1485 at the Battle of Bosworth Field. Thus, by 1485 Cecily's husband and four sons had all died, although two of her daughters, Elizabeth and Margaret, still lived. On 18 January 1486, Cecily's granddaughter, Elizabeth of York, eldest daughter of Edward IV, married Henry VII and thus became queen. Cecily devoted herself to religious duties and her reputation for piety comes from this period.

    Cecily Neville died in 31 May 1495 and was buried in the tomb with Richard and their son Edmund at Fotheringhay Church, Northamptonshire, with a papal indulgence. All future English monarchs, beginning with Henry VIII, are descendants of Elizabeth of York, and therefore of Cecily Neville.

    Children

    Her children with Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York include:

    1. Anne of York (10 August 1439 - 14 January 1476), consort to Henry Holland, 3rd Duke of Exeter and secondly, Sir Thomas St. Leger.
    2. Edward IV of England (28 April 1442 - 9 April 1483).
    3. Edmund, Earl of Rutland (17 May 1443 - 31 December 1460).
    4. Elizabeth of York (22 April 1444 - after January, 1503), wife of John de la Pole, 2nd Duke of Suffolk.
    5. Margaret of York (3 May 1446 - 23 November 1503). Married Charles I, Duke of Burgundy.
    6. George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Clarence (21 October 1449 - 18 February 1478).
    7. Richard III of England (2 October 1452 - 22 August 1485).

    References

    1. ^ http://www.r3.org/basics/basic6.html
    2. ^ http://www.channel4.com/programmes/britains-real-monarch

    * Joanna Laynesmith - The King's Mother (History Today March 2006)
    CECILY NEVILLE

    Duchess of York

    She was called "the Rose of Raby" (because she was born at Raby Castle in Durham, England) and "Proud Cis" (because of her pride and a temper that went with it).

    She was daughter to Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland and Joan Beaufort. Her mother was a grand-daughter of Edward III of England. In 1437, Cecily married Richard, Duke of York, the leader of the House of York in the Wars of the Roses, and two of their sons became kings: Edward IV of England and Richard III of England. She was known for her piety as well as her pride.

    To this day a rumor surfaces that Cecily's son Edward was illegitimate and that his father was most likely an archer by the name of Blaybourne. This originally surfaced during Edward's reign and is usually attributed to his brother, George, Duke of Clarence, who was attempting to take the throne for himself. There are no credible sources for Edward's illegitimacy, and his closeness to and support from his father Richard, Duke of York tends also to discredit the story.

    While the most notable woman named Cecily Neville was the mother of Edward IV of England and Richard III of England, she was not the only historical figure to bear that name.

    Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick (known as "the Kingmaker") had a sister born Cecily Neville whose first husband, Henry Beauchamp, became 1st Duke of Warwick in 1445 and the only King of the Isle of Wight (as well as of Jersey and Guernsey). Her second husband, John Tiptoft, became 1st Earl of Worcester (in 1449). Little more is known of her.

    (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

    Source:

    R. C. Karnes, Carrie's Family Tree, Rootsweb.com
    updated January 2008
    ***
    1c. Roger MORTIMER, 4th Earl of March, 6th Earl of Ulster, born 1374 Apr 11, died 1398 Jul 20; married ca 1388 Oct 7, as 1st husband, Lady Eleanor de HOLAND (Kent, E) (born ca 1373, died 1405 Oct 23).

    1d. Edmund MORTIMER, 5th Earl of March, 7th Earl of Ulster, born 1391 Nov 4, died 1425 Jan 19 sp; married ca 1415, as 1st husband, Lady Anne STAFFORD (Stafford, E) (died 1432 Sep 20).

    2d. Hon. Roger MORTIMER, born 1393 Mar 24, died ca 1409/10.

    3d. Lady Anne MORTIMER, born 1390 Dec 27, died 1411 Sep; married ca 1406 May, as 1st wife, Prince Richard (Plantagenet), 1st Earl of Cambridge (cr 1414 May 1, attainted 1415 Aug 5) (born ca 1376 Sep, died 1415 Aug 6).(5)

    1e. Richard (Plantagenet), KG, 3rd Duke of York (cr 1385 Aug 6), 2nd Earl of Cambridge (restored [probably] 1426 May 19), 6th Earl of March, 8th Earl of Ulster, born 1411 Sep 20, died 1460 Dec 31; married before 1424 Oct 18, Lady Cecily NEVILLE (Westmorland, E) (born 1415 May 3, died 1495 May 31).(6)

    1f. Henry (Plantagenet) of Hatfield, born 1441 Feb 10, died young.

    2f. Edward IV, King of England, born 1442 Apr 28, Rouen, proclaimed King 1461 Mar 4, expelled 1470 Oct 9, restored 1471 May 4, died 1483 Apr 9; married 1464 May 1, Elizabeth WOODVILLE (born ca 1437, died 1492 Jun 8).

    1g. Edward V, King of England, born 1470 Nov 4, died ca 1483 Jul.

    2g. Prince Richard (Plantagenet), KG, 1st Duke of York (cr 1474 May 28), 1st Duke of Norfolk and 1st Earl Warenne (cr 1477 Feb 7), 1st Earl of Nottingham (cr 1476 Jun 12), born 1473 Aug 17, died ca 1483 Jul; married 1478 Jan 15, Anne MOWBRAY, (8th) Countess of Norfolk (cr 1313 Jan 8), (11th) Baroness Mowbray (cr 1295 Jun 24), (12th) Baroness Segrave (cr 1295 Jun 24) (born 1472 Dec 10, died 1481 Nov 19).(7)

    3g. Prince George (Plantagenet), born 1477, died 1479 Mar.

    4g. Princess Elizabeth (Plantagenet), born 1465 Feb 11, died 1503 Feb 11; married 1486 Jan 18, Henry VII, King of England (born 1457 Jan 28, died 1509 Apr 21) (see below). For descendants see Ruvigny, Tudor Roll.

    5g. Princess Mary (Plantagenet), born 1466 Aug, died 1482 May 23.

    6g. Prince Cicely (Plantagenet), born 1469 Mar 20, died 1507 Aug 24; married 1st, between 1487 Nov 25 and 1488 Jan 1, John WELLES, KG, 10th Baron Welles (cr 1299 Feb 6; under attainder until 1485 Nov or Dec), 1st Viscount Welles (cr 1486 Feb 8) (born ca 1449, died 1499 Feb 9); married 2nd, before 1504 Jan, Thomas KYME.

    1h. _______ KYME (son), died young.

    2h. Hon. Anne WELLES, died inf.

    3h. Hon. Elizabeth WELLES, died inf.

    4h. _______ KYME (dau), died young.

    7g. Princess Margaret (Plantagenet), born 1472 Apr 10, died 1472 Dec 11.

    8g. Princess Anne (Plantagenet), born 1475 Nov 2, died 1511 Nov 23; married 1495 Feb 4, as 1st wife, Thomas HOWARD, 3rd Duke of Norfolk (cr 1483 Jun 28), Earl of Surrey for life (cr 1514 Feb 1) (born 1473, died 1554 Aug 25).(9)

    1h. _______ (son) HOWARD, stillborn.

    2h. Thomas HOWARD, Lord Howard, died 1508 Aug 3.

    3-4h. Two other sons, stillborn.

    9g. Princess Catherine (Plantagenet), born ca. 1479 Aug 14, died 1527 Nov 15; married before 1495 Oct, William COURTENAY, 9th Earl of Devon (cr 1335 Feb 22) (born ca 1475, died 1511 Jun 9).(10)

    1h. Henry COURTENAY, 10th Earl of Devon, 1st Marquess of Exeter (cr 1525 Jun 18), born ca 1498, died 1539 Jan 9; married 1st, before 1515 Jun, Elizabeth GREY, (5th) Baroness Lisle (cr 1444 Jul 26) (born ca 1505 Mar 25, died ca 1519 Apr sp); married 2nd, Hon. Gertrude BLOUNT (Mountjoy, B) (died 1558 Sep 25).(11)

    1i. Hon. Henry COURTENAY, died young.

    2i. Edward COURTENAY, 2nd Marquess of Exeter, 11th Earl of Devon, 1st Earl of Devon (cr 1553 Sep 3), born 1526, died 1556 Sep 18 unm.

    2h. Hon. _______ COURTENAY (son), died young.

    3h. Hon. Margaret COURTENAY, died young, "choaked with the Bone of a Fish."(12)

    10g. Princess Bridget (Plantagenet), born 1480 Nov 10, died 1517; a nun.

    3f. Edmund (Plantagenet), 1st Earl of Rutland (cr date unknown), born 1443 May 17, Rouen, died 1460 Dec 31.(13)

    4f. William (Plantagenet), born 1447 Jul 7, died young.

    5f. John (Plantagenet), born 1448 Nov 7, died young.

    6f. George (Plantagenet), KG, 1st Duke of Clarence (cr 1461 Jun 28), born 1449 Oct 21, died 1478 Feb 18; married 1469 Jul 11, Lady Isabel NEVILL (Warwick and Salisbury, E) (born 1451 Sep 5, died 1476 Sep 22).(14) For descendants, see Ruvigny, Clarence Volume.

    7f. Thomas (Plantagenet), born ca 1450/51, died inf.

    8f. Richard III, King of England on the death of Edward V (see above), born 1452 Oct 2, died 1485 Aug 22; married 1472 Jul 12, as 2nd husband, Lady Anne NEVILL (Warwick and Salisbury, E) (born 1456 Jun 11, died 1485 Mar 16).

    http://www.angelfire.com/realm3/ruvignyplus/




    Father: Ralph De Neville b: 1364 in Westmoreland, England
    Mother: Joan De Gaunt Plantagenet b: 1375 in Beaufort Castle, Beaufort, Anjou, France

    Marriage 1 Richard Plantagenet, Duke Of York, K.G. b: 21 Sep 1411 in Yorkshire, England
    • Married: Bef 18 Oct 1424 in York, Yorkshire, England
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    • Change Date: 18 Feb 2013
    Children
    1. Has No Children Joan Plantagenet b: 1438
    2. Has Children Anne Plantagenet b: 10 Aug 1439 in Fotheringay, Northampton
    3. Has No Children Henry Plantagenet b: 10 Feb 1441 in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England
    4. Has Children Edward IV Of England b: 28 Apr 1442 in Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
    5. Has No Children Edmund Plantagenet, Earl Of Rutland b: 17 May 1443 in Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
    6. Has Children Elizabeth Plantagenet b: 22 Apr 1444 in Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
    7. Has No Children Margaret Plantagenet b: 3 May 1446 in Fotheringhay Castle, Northamptonshire, England
    8. Has No Children William Plantagenet b: 7 Jul 1447 in Fotheringhay
    9. Has No Children John Plantagenet b: 7 Nov 1448 in Neyte, Worcestershire, England
    10. Has Children George Plantagenet b: 21 Oct 1449 in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland c: in Church Of St Savior
    11. Has No Children Thomas Plantagenet b: 1451 in Fotheringhay Castle, Northamptonshire, England
    12. Has Children Richard III Plantagenet, King Of England b: 2 Oct 1452 in Fotheringhay Castle, Northamptonshire, England
    13. Has No Children Ursula Plantagenet b: 22 Jul 1455 in Fotheringhay Castle, Northamptonshire, England

    Marriage 2 Spouse Unknown
    • Married: Abt 1438 in , , England
    • Change Date: 8 Mar 2013

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