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quenby hall leicestershire england | Quenby Hall

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Elizabeth Woodville and her children lived in sanctuary for some time after her husband  King Edward had died

Queen Elizabeth Woodville: A Love Story

Elizabeth Woodville and her children lived in sanctuary for some time after her husband King Edward had died

Bradgate.Edward Grey's son Sir John Grey of Groby married Elizabeth Woodville,who after John's death married King Edward IV.Their son Thomas Grey,1st Marquess of Dorset  prepared for building Bradgate House in the late fifteenth century but died before he was able to begin.It was his son Thomas Grey,2nd marquis of Dorset who built Bradgate House,the likely completion date being 1520.Subsequently it was the home to the Grey sisters,which included Jane,Katherine and Mary.

Bradgate.Edward Grey's son Sir John Grey of Groby married Elizabeth Woodville,who after John's death married King Edward IV.Their son Thomas Grey,1st Marquess of Dorset prepared for building Bradgate House in the late fifteenth century but died before he was able to begin.It was his son Thomas Grey,2nd marquis of Dorset who built Bradgate House,the likely completion date being 1520.Subsequently it was the home to the Grey sisters,which included Jane,Katherine and Mary.

The Marriage of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville - Jean de Wavrin, "Chroniques d'Angleterre" late 15th century

The Marriage of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville - Jean de Wavrin, "Chroniques d'Angleterre" late 15th century

Dorchester Abbey - Is the location of Sir John De Holcombe's burial.  The family pedigree  which hung behind the sarchohagus in the lady chapel was removed in 1995 because of a dispute among researchers.

Dorchester Abbey - Is the location of Sir John De Holcombe's burial. The family pedigree which hung behind the sarchohagus in the lady chapel was removed in 1995 because of a dispute among researchers.

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