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Family Tree Details
Eleanor (of Castile) (b.1241 - d.1290)
+Edward (I, King of England 1272-1307) (b.1239 - d.1307) =Katherine (Daughter of Edward I) (b.1264 - ) =John (Son of Edward I) (b.1266 - d.1271) =Henry (Son of Edward I) (b.1268 - d.1274) =Eleanor (Daughter of Edward I) (b.1269 - d.1298) =Joan (of Acre) (b.1271 - ) =Alfonso (Son of Edward I) (b.1275 - ) =Margaret (b.1275 - d.1318) =Mary (Daughter of Edward I) (b.1279 - ) =Elizabeth (b.1282 - d.1316) =Edward (II, King of England 1307-1327) (b.1284 - d.1327) +Isabella (of France, Wife of Edward II) ( - d.1358) =Edward (III, King of England 1327-1377) (b.1312 - d.1377) | +Philippa (of Hainault) (b.1314 - d.1369) | =Edward (The Black Prince) (b.1330 - d.1376) | =Isabella (Daughter of Edward III) ( - d.1382) | =Joan (Daughter of Edward III) ( - d.1348) | =William (Son of Edward III) | =Lionel (of Antwerp, Duke of Clarence) (b.1338 - d.1368) | =John (of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster) ( - d.1399) | =Edmund (of Langley, Duke of York) ( - d.1402) | =Mary (Daughter of Edward III) ( - d.1362) | =Margaret (Daughter of Edward III) ( - d.1361) | =Thomas (of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester) ( - d.1397) =John (Earl of Cornwall) ( - d.1336) =Joan (Daughter of Edward II) | +David (II, King of the Scots 1329-1371) ( - d.1371) =Eleanor (Daughter of Edward II) +Reginald (Duke of Guelderland)
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A Medieval Mystery
There appear to be some strange connections between the fourteenth century Old Wardour Castle and ancient stone circle Stonehenge.
Old Wardour Castle appears to be aligned to ancient sites in the Stonehenge landscape.
Stonehenge is aligned to the Summer Solstice. Old Wardour has a very similar alignment.
Could the builders of Old Wardour used mesaurements from Stonehenge to layout the geometrical keep?