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  1. Cécile Neville ( 3 mai 1415 – 31 mai 1495) fut l'épouse de Richard d'York, duc d'York. Fille de Jeanne Beaufort et de Ralph Neville elle était petite-fille de Jean de Gand, lui-même fils d' Édouard III.

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  2. Cecily Neville (3 May 1415 – 31 May 1495) was an English noblewoman, the wife of Richard, Duke of York (1411–1460), and the mother of two kings of England — Edward IV and Richard III.

  3. Here's information about Cecily Neville, Duchess of York, who played a key role in the politics of the British War of the Roses.

  4. Cicely (or Cecily) Neville, Duchess of York, was the mother of Edward IV and Richard III, grandmother of Elizabeth of York and great-grandmother to Henry VIII.

  5. Cecily, Duchess of York. Berkhamsted Castle’s last noble resident was Cecily Duchess of York, mother of Edward IV and Richard III. Edward IV granted the castle and manor to her in 1469 and it became her principal home from 1471. By then she was 56 years old and had already led an exceptionally dramatic life.

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  6. Cecily Neville, Duchess of York (1415–1495) was married to Richard Duke of York (1411–1460) and was mother to two English kings: Edward IV and Richard III. Edward IV granted the castle and manor to Cecily in 1469 and it became her principal home from 1471.

  7. 20 de jul. de 2023 · Eighty years old at the time of her death, Cecily Neville lived to see the accession of two of her sons to the English throne (both of whom she outlived), the epochal fall of the Plantagenets, and the rise of the Tudor dynasty, of which she was an ancestress.