Cecily of York (20 March 1469-24 August 1507)

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Father:1Edward IV (28 April 1442-10 April 1483), King of England
Mother:2Elizabeth Wydeville (probably 1437-8 June 1492)
Spouses and relationship events
Betrothed:326 October 1474James IV (17 March 1472-3-9 September 1513), King of Scots
The contract was broken 12 October 1482.
Married:41485Ralph Le Scrope of Upsall (after 1459-17 September 1515), Lord Scrope of Masham
Divorced:51486Ralph Le Scrope of Upsall (after 1459-17 September 1515), Lord Scrope of Masham
Married:61487John Welles (-9 February 1499), Viscount Welles
Between 25 November 1487 and 1 January 1488.
Married:7around 1503Thomas Kyme of Wainfleet and Friskney (-)
Between 13 May 1502 and March 1504.
Buried:8Quarr Abbey [building], Isle of Wight [county], England [country], United Kingdom [country]
Born:920 March 1469Palace of Westminster [building], Westminster [municipality], Greater London [county], England [country], United Kingdom [country]
Died:1024 August 1507Quarr Abbey [building], Isle of Wight [county], England [country], United Kingdom [country]
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1 Charles Cawley, Medieval Lands - version 4 (http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/CONTENTS.htm : ), England, Kings 1066-1837.
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