|Born||circa 1410||Born At|
|Died||12 August 1469||Buried At|
|Born||circa 1410 /|
|Died||12 August 1469 /|
Family Tree Details
Woodville, Richard (1st Earl Rivers) (b.1410? - d.1469)
+Jacquetta (of Luxembourg) (b.1415? - d.1472)
= Woodville, Anthony (Earl Rivers) (b.1442? - d.1483)
= Woodville, Elizabeth (b.1437 - d.1492)
| +Grey, John (Sir) ( - d.1461)
| | = Grey, Thomas (1st Marquess of Dorset) (b.1451 - d.1501)
| | = Grey, Richard
| +Edward (IV, Earl of March and King of England 1461-1470, 1471-1483) (b.1442 - d.1483)
| = 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)
= Woodville, Edward (b.1454 - d.1488)
= Woodville, Catherine (b.1458? - d.1497?)
+Tudor, Jasper (Earl of Pembroke) (b.1431? - d.1496)
The Lancastrians were building a large fleet of ships at Sandwich on the south coast and with it they planned to attack Calais. The Earl of Warwick became aware of this and arranged a raid led by John Dinham to steal the ships. Early in the morning of the fifteenth of January the Yorkists supporters attacked the dockyard and stole those ships that were seaworthy. Richard Woodville (Earl Rivers), his wife Jacquetta and their son Anthony were captured.
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There appear to be some strange connections between the fourteenth century Old Wardour Castle and ancient stone circle Stonehenge.
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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?