By Alison Weir
A distinct booklet on Britain’s royal households through this good tested renowned historian.
Britain’s Royal households is a different reference e-book offering, for the 1st time in a single quantity, whole genealogical info of all contributors of the royal homes of britain, Scotland and nice Britain from 800AD to the current. Drawing on numerous experts, either old and glossy, Alison Weir explores the royal genealogy in unparalleled intensity and offers a complete advisor to the history of today’s royal kin.
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Five Geoffrey, Lord of Jarnac (d. earlier than 1263); he married Joan, Viscountess of Châtellérhault, and had factor. 6 William, Earl of Pembroke and Wexford (1225/30–1296); he married Joan (d. 1307), daughter of Warin de Munchesni, Lord of Swanscombe, and had factor. 7 Alice (d. 1256); she married John de Warenne, sixth Earl of Surrey (1231? –1304), and had factor. eight Margaret (d. 1283); she married first of all Raymond VII, count number of Toulouse (son of Joan, daughter of Henry II). They have been divorced in 1245. She married secondly Aymer, Viscount of Thouars, and thirdly Geoffrey, Seigneur de Châteaubriand. nine Matilda; she married Humphrey de Bohun, 2d Earl of Hereford and 1st Earl of Essex (1200? –1275), and had factor. 10 Isabella (d. 1299); she married to start with Geoffrey, Seigneur de Taillebourg, and secondly Amaury, Seigneur de Craon. eleven Agatha or Agnes; she married William de Chauvigny, Seigneur de Châteauroux. Isabella died on 31 may possibly, 1246, at Fontevrault Abbey, France, the place she was once buried. factor of marriage: 1 Henry III ( see here). 2 Richard He was once born on five January, 1209, at Winchester citadel, Hampshire. He used to be special count number of Poitou prior to 14 August, 1225, and used to be first so styled on 21 August, 1227. He used to be created Earl of Cornwall on 30 may perhaps, 1227. He renounced the county of Poitou in c. December, 1243. He used to be elected King of Germany (Almayne) and King of the Romans on thirteen January, 1257, and used to be topped on 17 may perhaps, 1257, at Aachen Cathedral, Germany. He died on 2 April, 1272, at Berkhamstead fortress, Herts. , and was once buried in Hayles Abbey, Gloucs. Richard had the next illegitimate factor: by means of Jeanne de Valletort: 1 Richard de Cornwall (d. after 1280); he married and had factor. by way of unknown moms: 2 Walter de Cornwall. three Isabella de Cornwall; she married Maurice de Berkeley, and had factor. Richard married to start with, on thirteen or 30 March, 1231, at Fawley Church, greenbacks. : Isabella She used to be the daughter of William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, through Isabella, daughter of Richard FitzGilbert de Clare, second Earl of Pembroke, and she or he was once born on nine October, 1200, at Pembroke citadel, Wales. She married to start with Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Hertford and Gloucester (1180? –1230) on nine October, 1214 or 1217, at Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucs. , and had factor: 1 Amice (1220? –1284); she married to start with Baldwin de Redvers, sixth Earl of Devon (d. 1245), and secondly Robert of Guines. 2 Richard, Earl of Hertford and Gloucester (1222? –1262); he married first of all Margaret (Megotta) (d. 1237), daughter of Hubert de Burgh, Earl of Kent. He married secondly Matilda (d. through 1289), daughter of John de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln, and had factor. three Agnes. four Isabella (1226–1254); she married Robert le Brus, Lord of Annandale (1210–1295), and had factor. five William (1228–1258). 6 Gilbert (b. 1229); a clergyman (? ). Isabella died on 15 or 17 January, 1240, at Berkhamstead fort, Herts. , of jaundice shrunk when in childbed, and used to be buried in Beaulieu Abbey, Hampshire. factor of marriage: (i) John He used to be born on 31 January or 2 February, 1232, at Marlowe-on-Thames, dollars.