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Alfred ?theling (d. 1036/7), prince, was the second son of ?thelred II (c. 966x8–1016) and his second consort, Emma of Normandy (d. 1052). He was the brother of Edward the Confessor and they had a sister, Godgifu; he was also half-brother to Harthacnut...

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Arthur, duke of Brittany (1187–1203), prince, was the posthumous son of Geoffrey, duke of Brittany (d. 1186), fourth son of Henry II, and Constance, duchess of Brittany (c. 1161–1201). He was born at Nantes on Easter day (29 March) 1187. Despite his grandfather's wish that he should be called ...

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Dudley, Lord Guildford (c. 1535–1554), husband of Lady Jane Grey, was the fourth surviving son of John Dudley, duke of Northumberland (1504–1553), and his wife, Lady Jane Guildford (d. 1555), the daughter of Sir Edward Guildford of Halden and Hemsted, Kent. Northumberland...

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Edgar ?theling (b. 1052?, d. in or after 1125), prince, was the son of Edward ?theling (d. 1057) and grandson of Edmund II; in 1066 he was the only candidate for the throne who could trace his descent from an English king. Subsequently, he was involved in failed rebellions against ...

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Edward, styled earl of Warwick (1475–1499), potential claimant to the English throne, was the first and only surviving son of George, duke of Clarence (1449–1478), and Isabel, daughter and coheir of Richard Neville, earl of Salisbury and Warwick. He was born on 21 or 25 February 1475 at ...

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Eustace, count of Boulogne (c. 1129–1153), claimant to the English throne, was the eldest son of King Stephen (c. 1092–1154) and Matilda of Boulogne (c. 1103–1152). He was the brother of William (William of Blois), earl of Surrey (c. 1135–1159), and Mary (Mary of Blois), ...

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Grey [married name Dudley], Lady Jane (1537–1554), noblewoman and claimant to the English throne, was the eldest surviving child of Henry Grey, marquess of Dorset, later duke of Suffolk (1517–1554), and Frances (1517–1559), daughter of Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk, and Mary...

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James Francis Edward [James Francis Edward Stuart; styled James; known as Chevalier de St George, the Pretender, the Old Pretender] (1688–1766), Jacobite claimant to the thrones of England, Scotland, and Ireland, was born at St James's Palace, Westminster, on 10 June 1688, the only surviving son of ...

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James Francis Edward (1688–1766) by Louis-Gabriel Blanchet, 1741 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Matilda (1102–1167) manuscript drawing [seated second from right] Master and Fellows of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge

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Matilda [Matilda of England] (1102–1167), empress, consort of Heinrich V, was the elder of two children and only legitimate daughter of Henry I (1068/9–1135), king of England, and his first wife Matilda (1080–1118), the daughter of Malcolm III, king of Scots. She was born probably at ...

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Mortimer, Edmund, fifth earl of March and seventh earl of Ulster (1391–1425), magnate and potential claimant to the English throne, was the last earl of March of the family of Mortimer of Wigmore; his descent from Edward III blighted his career and threatened the usurping Lancastrian dynasty after 1399. According to a contemporary family history (...

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Pole, Edmund de la, eighth earl of Suffolk (1472?–1513), nobleman and claimant to the English throne, was the third son of John de la Pole, second duke of Suffolk (1442–1492), and his wife, Elizabeth Plantagenet (1444–1503/4), sister of Edward IV. Nothing can be said of his early years (it was his older brother ...

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Pole, Richard de la (d. 1525), soldier and claimant to the English throne, sometimes known after 1506 as Blanche Rose, was the fifth son of John de la Pole (1442–1492) and his wife, Elizabeth Plantagenet (1444–1503/4), a sister of Edward IV, and the younger brother of ...

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Powderham [alias Exeter, Poydras, Tanner], John (d. 1318), impostor, was the son of an Exeter tanner who attained notoriety by treasonably claiming to be the rightful king of England in 1318. Records are meagre: on 20 July William Montagu, the king's steward, was ordered to take him (under the name of ...

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Richard of York, third duke of York (1411–1460), magnate and claimant to the English throne, was the only son of Richard of Conisbrough, fourth earl of Cambridge (1385–1415), and Anne Mortimer (b. after 1388, d. before 1414), daughter of Roger (VII) Mortimer, ...

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Richard of York, third duke of York (1411–1460) painted glass the master and fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge

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Robert [called Robert Curthose], duke of Normandy (b. in or after 1050, d. 1134), prince and crusader, was born in the early 1050s, the eldest child of William (II), duke of Normandy (1027/8–1087), afterwards William I (the Conqueror), and his wife, Matilda (d. 1083)...

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Anna Scott, duchess of Monmouth and suo jure duchess of Buccleuch (1651–1732) by Sir Godfrey Kneller, c. 1688 [The Scotts [left to right]: James Scott, earl of Dalkeith, , and Henry Scott, earl of Deloraine (1676–1730)] in the collection of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry KT

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Scott, Anna [Anne], duchess of Monmouth and suo jure duchess of Buccleuch (1651–1732), noblewoman, was born in Dundee on 11 February 1651, the third daughter of Francis Scott, second earl of Buccleuch (1626–1651), and his wife, Margaret Leslie (d. 1688), daughter of ...