Marriages of the Children of RICHARD WOODVILLE, 1st Earl Rivers and his wife, JAQUETTA OF LUXEMBOURG - parents of QUEEN ELIZABETH WOODVILLE

The Woodvilles all were troublesome. However, Edward Woodville did threaten me with a fleet in his command. I sent troops to Sandwich and Dover and offered a pardon to all who would desert him (Gillingham

The Athenaeum - Elizabeth Woodville, Wife of Edward IV (Thomas Hudson - )

Elizabeth Woodville, Queen of Edward IV, Queen's College Cambridge, Portrait.

Elizabeth Woodville Queen of Edward IV, mother of Elizabeth of York, and maternal grandmother of Henry VII close to end of war of the roses, mother of the 2 princes in the tower

Elizabeth Woodville - – Queen consort of King Edward IV during the Wars of the Roses; mother of Elizabeth of York (who became the Queen Consort of King Henry VII, the first Tudor queen and mother of Henry VIII); and mother of the 2 Princes in the Tower.

Tomb of Elizabeth Woodville - British monarch, Queen consort of King Edward IV. at St. George's Chapel, Windsor, Berkshire, UK

Tomb of Elizabeth Woodville - British monarch, Queen consort of King Edward IV. George's Chapel, Windsor, Berkshire, UK - The White Queen

A legendary beauty, Elizabeth Woodville was the first child of Sir Richard Woodville (later the first Earl Rivers) and Jaquetta of Luxembourg. She was a maid of honour to Margaret of Anjou. Her first marriage was to Sir John Grey of Groby (died in battle 1461). She secretly married King Edward IV of England in April 1464, and was crowned Queen in May 1465. My 15th great grandmother.

Where the Tudor Red-Gold Hair came from

Elizabeth Woodville c.Wallpaper and background photos of Elizabeth Woodville, Queen Consort of Edward IV of England for fans of Kings and Queens images.

Why did Henry VII bury his mother-in-law, Elizabeth Woodville, quietly upon her death in 1492? For the same reason she was retired to a convent during the earlier Lambert Simnel crises - she was a reminder of the past glories of the house of York. More from Leanda de Lisle: http://blog.leandadelisle.com/post/97166303006/why-did-henry-vii-bury-elizabeth-woodville-quietly

Why did Henry VII bury Elizabeth Woodville quietly on her death in For the same reason she was retired to a convent during the earlier Lambert Simnel crises - she was a reminder of the past glories of the house of York. After the Simnel crises.

One of two surviving crowns of this period. This belonged to Princess Margaret, daughter of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville.

Crown of Princess Margaret of York, sister of Edward IV & wife of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. One of 2 English crown that survive from the medieval period. Via Irish Archaeology FB

Would work, but I'm pretty sure only 1 or 2 kingdom out of nine have a king, queen AND heir/s...am I being too cruel?

The White Queen

King Edward IV, Queen Elizabeth Woodville and Princess Elizabeth of York--the Queen of Henry VII, the mother of Henry VIII and the grandmother of Elizabeth I -- from "The White Queen".

The white queen. summer 2013 sunday eves. Mnemonic to remember the Royal Houses…

Rebecca Ferguson as Elizabeth Woodville, Queen Consort of Edward IV, King of England, House of York – 'The White Queen', 2013

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