|Father||Neville, Ralph (Earl of Westmorland, Earl Marshal)||Mother||Beaufort, Joan (Countess of Westmorland)|
Family Tree Details
Neville, Cecily (Duchess of York) (b.1415 - d.1495)
+Richard (Duke of York) (b.1411 - d.1460)
= Edward (IV, Earl of March and King of England 1461-1470, 1471-1483) (b.1442 - d.1483)
| +Woodville, Elizabeth (b.1437 - d.1492)
| = Elizabeth (of York) (b.1466 - d.1503)
| | +Henry (VII, King of England 1485-1509) (b.1457 - d.1509)
| | = Arthur (Prince of Wales) (b.1486 - d.1502)
| | = Margaret (Tudor, Daughter of Henry VII) (b.1489 - d.1541)
| | = Henry (VIII, King of England 1509-1547) (b.1491 - d.1547)
| | = Mary (Tudor, Queen of France) (b.1495 - d.1533)
| = Edward (V, King of England 1483) (b.1470 - m.1483)
| = Richard (Duke of York, Prince in the Tower) ( - m.1483)
| = Cecily (Daughter of Edward IV) (b.1469 - d.1507)
= George (Duke of Clarence) (b.1449 - d.1478)
| +Neville, Isabel (Duchess of Clarence) (b.1451 - d.1476)
| = Plantagenet, Edward (Earl of Warwick) (b.1475 - d.1499)
| = Margaret (Countess of Salisbury) ( - d.1541)
= Richard (III, King of England 1483-1485) (b.1452 - d.1485)
| +Neville, Anne (Duchess of Gloucester, Queen of England) (b.1456 - d.1485)
| = Edward (of Middleham, Prince of Wales) (b.1473 - d.1484)
= Elizabeth (of York, Duchess of Suffolk) ( - d.1503)
| +Pole, John de la (Duke of Suffolk) ( - d.1491)
| = Pole, John de la (Earl of Lincoln) ( - d.1487)
| = Pole, Edmund de la (Earl of Suffolk) ( - d.1513)
| = Pole, Richard de la ( - d.1525)
= Margaret (of York, sister of Edward IV) (b.1446 - )
Richard Duke of York married Cecily Neville.
The future King Edward IV was born on April 28th in Rouen in Normandy. His father was Richard, Duke of York, the great-grandson of Edward III and his mother was Cecily Neville. Richard was acting as Henry VI's lieutenant-general in France.
Richard, the future King of England, was born in Fotheringay Castle in Northamptonshire. His father was Richard Duke of York and his mother was Cecily Neville. Richard was their fourth son.
3D Virtual Reconstructions
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Explore the White Tower
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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?