Short Biography, facts and interesting information about Anne Neville, Queen consort in England
during the Middle Ages
Short Biography profile and facts about the life of Anne Neville
The Middle Ages encompass one of the most exciting periods in English History. The names of famous Kings scatter the History books. But behind every famous King of the Middle Ages was a Medieval Queen or Princess. Who were the wives of these famous Kings? Who were the queens or princesses who married the Middle Ages Kings of England? A medieval Queen or Princess. These Queens and Princesses shared the most powerful positions with their husbands and many held extremely important influence over their sons. The English Medieval Queens and Princesses of the Middle Ages cover the periods from 1066 - 1485. The following biography information provides basic facts and information about the life of Anne Neville a Medieval Queen in England during the Middle Ages.
Medieval Queens and Princesses - Anne Neville
- Name: Anne Neville
- Married: King Richard III of England 1483-1485 on July 12, 1472
- Family connections / Genealogy: Anne Neville was the daughter of Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick and Anne Beauchamp
- Title: Her title was Queen consort of King Richard III
- Lifespan: This famous woman lived from June 11, 1456 - March 16, 1485
- Children: Edward of Middleham, also known as Edward Plantagenet (1473 - April 9, 1484) was born in 1473 was the only son of King Richard III and Anne Neville but he died at an early age
- Important events during her life: Her husband was the main suspect in the murder of the Princes in the Tower. His defeat at Bosworth Field by Henry Tudor ended the Plantagenet dynasty and the War of the Roses and heralded the Tudor dynasty
Famous Medieval Queen of the Middle Ages - Anne Neville
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