Richard III (2 October 1452-22 August 1485), King of England

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Father:1Richard of York (21 September 1411-30 December 1460), Duke of York
Mother:2Cecily Neville (3 May 1415-31 May 1495)
Spouses and relationship events
Married:312 July 1472Anne Neville (11 June 1456-16 March 1485)Westminster Abbey [building], London [county], England [country], United Kingdom [country]
Children with Anne Neville:
Edward of England (1473-9 April 1484), Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester4
Children with :
Katherine Plantagenet (-after 8 March 1485)5
John of Gloucester (1470-November 1499), Captain of Calais6
Occupation:7from 1 November 1461Duke of Gloucester
Occupation:8from 12 October 1462Admiral of England, Ireland and Aquitaine
Occupation:9from 17 October 1469Constable of England
Occupation:10from 21 February 1478Great Chamberlain of England
Occupation:111483-85King of England
Buried:12Greyfriars Abbey (Leicester [city/town], Leicestershire [county], England [country], United Kingdom [country])
Born:132 October 1452Fotheringhay Castle [building], Fotheringhay [Unknown/Unspecified], Northamptonshire [county], England [country], United Kingdom [country]
Killed:1422 August 1485Market Bosworth [Unknown/Unspecified], Leicestershire [county], England [country], United Kingdom [country]
in battle of Bosworth Field.
Personal Info
King of England 1483-85


1 Charles Cawley, Medieval Lands - version 4 ( : ), England, Kings 1066-1837.
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