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Elizabeth Woodville 1437 - 1492 - Queen consort of England as spouse of King Edward IV. She was the first commoner to marry an English sovereign. Well known for her participation in a series of civil wars known as the War of the Roses.


A 16th century miniature of Elizabeth of York. She was the daughter of a king…

Elizabeth Wydville, mother of Elizabeth of York (wife of King Henry VII), grandmother of Arthur, Margaret, Henry, and Mary Tudor


Episode 101: In Love With The King - Elizabeth Woodville and King Edward IV

Edward V, son of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville, as Prince of Wales, Little Malvern Priory; Edward was one of the famed Princes in the Tower


Elizabeth of York, wife of King Henry the seventh, mother to King Henry VIII

- It is the King that wants him to remarry. - The King? And why would the King want George in Flanders, when all he would do is bring an army to attack us?


8th June 1492: On this day in history Elizabeth Woodville died at Bermondsey Abbey. Elizabeth was the wife of King Edward IV, mother of the Princes in the Tower and of Elizabeth of York, King Henry VII’s wife.


Medieval King Edward IV's wife was Elizabeth Woodville. They secretly married on 1st May 1464.

The stairs in the White Tower were the bones of two boys were found and have been long thought to be the sons of Edward IV.