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Cecily of York was the third child of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville, a niece of Richard III and an aunt of Henry VIII. She was born at Westminster Palace in 1469 and married three times, but all her known issue died young and unmarried. As the sister of Elizabeth of York, she played a big role at court, carrying Arthur Tudor at his christening and later carrying Catherine of Aragon's train during her wedding to him. She also attended her sister at her coronation. She died aged 38 in…

Cecily of York was the third child of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville, a niece of Richard III and an aunt of Henry VIII. She was born at Westminster Palace in 1469 and married three times, but all her known issue died young and unmarried. As the sister of Elizabeth of York, she played a big role at court, carrying Arthur Tudor at his christening and later carrying Catherine of Aragon's train during her wedding to him. She also attended her sister at her coronation. She died aged 38 in…

Margaret of York, sister to two kings of England, made one of the most brilliant marriages of her century. When she became a childless widow, she managed to settle into a comfortable, wealthy life ...

Margaret of York, sister to two kings of England, made one of the most brilliant marriages of her century. When she became a childless widow, she managed to settle into a comfortable, wealthy life ...

King James IV of Scotland, husband of Margaret Tudor, grandfather of Mary, Queen of Scots    after Unknown artist,print,early 17th century    James IV (17 March 1473 – 9 September 1513) was King of Scots from 11 June 1488 to his death. He is generally regarded as the most successful of the Stuart monarchs of Scotland, but his reign ended with the disastrous defeat at the Battle of Flodden Field, where he became the last monarch from Great Britain to be killed in battle.

King James IV of Scotland, husband of Margaret Tudor, grandfather of Mary, Queen of Scots after Unknown artist,print,early 17th century James IV (17 March 1473 – 9 September 1513) was King of Scots from 11 June 1488 to his death. He is generally regarded as the most successful of the Stuart monarchs of Scotland, but his reign ended with the disastrous defeat at the Battle of Flodden Field, where he became the last monarch from Great Britain to be killed in battle.

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Portrait of Mary Queen of Scots from "Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth " Published in 1825

Portrait of Mary Queen of Scots from "Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth " Published in 1825

Mary held the dual title of Queen of Scots and the Queen Consort of France only for a short period, until the death of her husband in December 1560 of an ear infection. Description from internetstones.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Mary held the dual title of Queen of Scots and the Queen Consort of France only for a short period, until the death of her husband in December 1560 of an ear infection. Description from internetstones.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Sheffield Manor Lodge held two high-profile Tudor prisoners: Mary, Queen of Scots was kept here under house arrest, and Cardinal Wolsey had an overnight on his way to trial.

Sheffield Manor Lodge held two high-profile Tudor prisoners: Mary, Queen of Scots was kept here under house arrest, and Cardinal Wolsey had an overnight on his way to trial.