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Katherine Parr -  Queens of England. Part II.

After the news of King Henry’s death became public, the now Dowager Queen Katherine for the third time in her life donned widow’s weeds and mourning jewels. She wore buttons of gold ena…

King Malcolm III of Scotland 1031 - 1093 married to St Margaret of Scotland.Parents of Matilda of Scotland,wife of Henry I, King of England. _____________________________29th and 30th Great Grandfather

King Malcolm III of Scotland 1031 - 1093 married to St Margaret of Scotland.Parents of Matilda of Scotland,wife of Henry I, King of England. and Great Grandfather

943-975 Edgar King of England Edgar the Peaceful, or Edgar I (Old English: Ēadgār; c. 7 August 943 – 8 July 975), also called the Peaceable, was king of England from 959 to 975. Edgar was the younger son of Edmund I.

Edgar King of England Edgar the Peaceful, or Edgar I (Old English: Ēadgār; 7 August 943 – 8 July also called the Peaceable, was king of England from 959 to Edgar was the younger son of Edmund I.

Elizabeth of York (married Henry Vll after battle of Bosworth Field). She was the daughter of Edward the 4th.

Elizabeth of York, Lancastrian wife of Henry VII and mother of King Henry VIII. Elizabeth of York was queen consort of England from 1486 until 1503

King John ("Lackland") of England signing the Magna Carta in the year 1215.  Rob's 25th great grandfather - brother of Richard Lionheart.

Several Magna Carta Barons, my Grandfathers making King John of England sign in the year 1215

English Historical Fiction Authors: Lordship in the Tenth-century – What was its Polit...

Edgar the Peaceful, or Edgar I (Old English: Ēadgār; 7 August 943 – 8 July also called the Peaceable, was a king of England (r. Edgar was the younger son of Edmund I.

The Marriage of Catherine of Valois and Henry V of England.  detail

Reinette: Valois Princesses- The Marriage of Catherine of Valois and Henry V of England in

Edward the Confessor was King of England just before the Norman Conquest

Edward the Confessor was the last Anglo-Saxon king who could trace his ancestry back to King Alfred the Great and King Cerdic of Wessex.

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