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Cecily Bonville, 7th Baroness Harington - Later Years - Dispute With Her Son
... in 1503 on her Feast Day of 22 November, Henry Stafford, 1st Earl of Wiltshire however, this marriage did not produce any children ... As the marriage had required a papal dispensation and the King's license, Stafford paid Henry VII the sum of £2,000 for the necessary permission to marry Cecily ... resulting in an acrimonious dispute that necessitated the intervention of King Henry VII and his council to stop it from escalating even further ...
Marie Of Cleves, Princess Of Condé
... by marriage the Princess of Condé, was the wife of Henry, Prince of Condé, and an early love interest of King Henry III of France ... King Henry IV of France was her maternal first cousin, and Anne of Cleves, the fourth wife of Henry VIII of England, was her second cousin once ... Her brothers-in-law were Henry I, Duke of Guise and Louis Gonzaga, Duke of Nevers ...
The Last Boleyn - Plot Summary
... Mary Tudor confesses that her brother, King Henry VIII, has promised that she will be free to marry whomever she chooses upon the death of Louis ... With the marriage discovered by an angry King Henry, Thomas Boleyn decides to withdraw his daughter from the dowager queen's service, and have her instead in the household of the pious Queen ... The Italian Leonardo da Vinci, a favorite of the King, rescues Mary, and advises her to forever keep her eyes open if she desires to survive court ...
List Of Irish Monarchs - From Lordship of Ireland To British Monarchy
... the leader of the Norman invasion of Ireland King Henry II of England created the title of Lord of Ireland for his youngest son John in 1177 ... From King John (of the House of Plantagenet) to King Henry VIII (of the House of Tudor), English monarchs were also Lords of Ireland ... From King Henry VIII to Queen Anne (of the House of Stuart), English monarchs were also King or Queen of Ireland ...
Leges Henrici Primi
... The Leges Henrici Primi or Laws of Henry I is a legal treatise, written in about 1115, that records the legal customs of medieval England in the reign of King Henry I of England ... Although its title implies that these laws were issued by King Henry, it lists laws issued by earlier monarchs that were still in force in Henry's reign the only law of Henry that is included ... with having the greatest effect on the views of English law before the reign of King Henry II than any other work of its kind ...

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    Gloucester. I hope they will not come upon us now.
    King Henry. We are in God’s hands, brother, not in theirs.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)