Adela (of Louvain)

econd Wife of Henry I, married 1121.
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Adeliza (of Louvain)

Died: Apr 1151

deliza of Louvain was the second wife of Henry I. After Henry's death in 1135 Adeliza married William de Albini, also known as William d'Aubigny. The castle at Arundel formed part of Adeliza's dowry and she and her husband lived at the castle. When Matilda came to England to fight King Stephen for the English throne Matilda asked her step-mother for help.

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1121 Jan 24  Henry I marries Adeliza
 Henry I married Adeliza of Louvain at Windsor Castle. Adeliza was his second wife. They did not have any children.[1] 
 Jan 30  Coronation of Adeliza of Louvain
 Shortly after her marriage to King Henry, Adeliza's coronation was performed at Westminster Abbey. 
1126   Shrewsbury Castle granted to Adeliza
 The castle at Shrewsbury was granted by Henry to his second wife Adeliza. The command of the castle was given to Fitz-Alan.[2] 

Aelfgifu (of Northampton)

ife of Canute
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Agnes (of Meran)

Died: Aug 1201

gnes of Meran was the third wife of Philip Augustus, King of France. The marriage of Philip and Agnes was disputed because Philip's marriage to his second wife Ingeborg had not been annulled. Agnes had a son, called Philip who became Count of Boulogne.
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Albini, William de

lso known as William de Aubigny . In 1138 William married Adeliza of Louvain, the widow of King Henry I of England. William took ownership of Arundel Castle and became the first Earl of Arundel.

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1138   Arundel Castle siege
 Matilda was given refuge by William de Albini at Arundel Castle. King Stephen built siege works around the castle in response but was unable to break the castle's defences. Matilda escaped but was later captured.[3] 

Alexander (son of Alexander III)

Died: 1284

on of Alexander III, King of Scotland.

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Father: Alexander (III, King of Scotland 1249-1286) ( - d.1286)
Mother: Margaret ( - d.1275)
Alexander (son of Alexander III) ( - d.1284)
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Alfonso (Son of Edward I)

Born: 1275

on of Edward I and Eleanor of Castile.

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Father: Edward (I, King of England 1272-1307) (b.1239 - d.1307)
Mother: Eleanor (of Castile) (b.1241 - d.1290)
Alfonso (Son of Edward I) (b.1275 - )
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Alice (Daughter of Richard II, Duke of Normandy)

aughter of Richard II, Duke of Normandy.

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Father: Richard (II, Duke of Normandy)
Mother: Judith
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Amalric (II, King of Jerusalem, 1197 - 1205)

Born: 1145 Died: 1205

he Constable of the county of Jaffa and Ascalon, one of the main lordships of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. Amalric was the brother of King Guy of Cyprus who died in May 1194. After his brother's dead Amalric was requested to return to Cyprus and take the throne. He became King of Cyprus in September of 1197. Amalric's first wife was Eschiva of Ibelin and they had several children. Several of the sons were betrothed to the daughters of Isabella of Jerusalem but only one marriage took place, that of Hugh to Alice. Amalric married Isabella herself and became the King of Jerusalem.
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Anne (Daughter of Richard Beauchamp)

nne was the daughter of Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and she married Richard Neville, the 'Kingmaker'. The Warwick title transferred to Richard Neville when the last of the male line of Beauchamps died.
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Anne (of Bohemia)

Died: 1394

ife of Richard II, king of England. She had an extravagant life style which didn't help Richard's relationship with parliament. Richard and Anne did not have any children.

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1382 Jan 14  King Richard marries Anne of Bohemia
 Richard II married Anne, the sister of Wenceslas of Bohemia. This was a diplomatic move over the French as the king of France Charles V wanted Anne his marry his own son. The marriage was not popular as a large loan had to be paid to Wenceslas for the privilege. (or Jan 20). The coronation of Queen Anne took place a few days later at Westminster Abbey. 
1395   A tomb for Richard II and Anne
 Henry Yevele designed a tomb for King Richard II and his first wife Anne of Bohemia at Westminster Abbey,[4] 

Anne (of Brittany)

Died: 1514

nne of Brittany was married to two French kings. Firstly she was married to Charles VIII and after his death she married Louis XII. She had several children by both kings but they all died in early childhood some only surviving for a few days.
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Athelstan (son of Aethelwulf)

he first son of Aethelwulf King of Wessex. Athelstan could have been Aethelwulf's brother.

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Father: Aethelwulf (King of Wessex 839-858) ( - d.858)
Mother: Osburga
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Athelswith (Daughter of Aethelwulf)

aughter of Aethelwulf king of Wessex and sister of Alfred the Great. Athelswith married Burgred the kind of Mercia.

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Father: Aethelwulf (King of Wessex 839-858) ( - d.858)
Mother: Osburga
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