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Catherine of Valois

(1401—1437) queen of England, consort of Henry V.

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Henry V

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(1386/7–1422),

king of England (1413–22). Eldest son of Henry IV and his first wife Mary Bohun, Henry was born at Monmouth, most probably on 9 August or 16 September 1386 or 1387....

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House of Tudor

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This is something of a misnomer. The important descent for Henry VII, who founded the dynasty when he defeated Richard III at Bosworth, was the direct line from Edward III through John of...

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Jasper Tudor, 1st earl of Pembroke and 1st duke of Bedford

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(c.1431–95).

The second son of Owen Tudor and Catherine of Valois, Jasper was created earl of Pembroke in 1452. He was one of the few die‐hard Lancastrians. Ruling Wales on behalf...

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Owen Tudor

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B. c.1400, s. of Meredudd Tudor and Margaret, da. of Dafydd Fychan; m. Catherine of Valois, wid. of Henry V, c.1428; issue: Edmund, Jasper, Owen, Margaret, Jacina; d. Feb. 1461; bur....

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treaty of Troyes

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1420.

By this Anglo‐French treaty, ratified on 21 May, Henry V became heir and regent to the mad Charles VI of France. After the death of Charles, France and England were to be...

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