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  1. Frances Grey, Duchess of Suffolk (née Lady Frances Brandon; 16 July 1517 – 20 November 1559), was an English noblewoman. She was the second child and eldest daughter of King Henry VIII's younger sister, Princess Mary, and Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk.

  2. Há 4 dias · Frances Brandon, Duchess of Suffolk was buried in St Edmund's chapel in Westminster Abbey. She was the elder daughter of Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk (d.1545) and his third wife Mary Tudor (d.1533), sister of King Henry VIII and widow of King Louis XII of France.

  3. Francisca Brandon (em inglês: Frances; Hatfield, 16 de julho de 1517 - Londres, 20 de novembro de 1559) foi a filha primogênita de Maria Tudor, e de seu segundo marido Carlos Brandon, 1.º Duque de Suffolk. Ela foi mãe de Lady Joana Grey, de fato rainha da Inglaterra e Irlanda de 10 de julho a 19 de julho de 1553, [ 1] bem como ...

  4. Frances (née Brandon) was the eldest daughter of Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, and his third wife, Mary Tudor, sister of Henry VIII and widow of Louis XII of France. It is worth examining Francess parents and their significance within Tudor society before moving onto her life.

  5. Frances Brandon (Bishop's Hatfield, Herts, 16 de julio de 1517 - 20 de noviembre de 1559). Fue hija de Charles Brandon y María Tudor. Sus hermanos (hijos de esta pareja) eran: Enrique Brandon y Leonor Brandon. Sobrina de Arturo Tudor, Enrique VIII y Margarita Tudor, prima de Isabel I, María I y Eduardo VI. Nieta de Isabel de York y Enrique VII.

  6. Lady Frances Brandon (16 July 1517 – 20 November 1559) was the daughter of Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk. She was married to Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk and had three daughters: Jane, Mary and Katherine. Her daughter Jane became the Queen of England for nine days. Life

  7. 12 de ago. de 2020 · On 16 July 1517, Lady Frances Brandon was born at Hatfield between two and three in the morning as the daughter of Mary Tudor, Queen of France and Duchess of Suffolk, and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk. She was born on the day St. Francis was canonised (in 1228) and her name commemorated the Saint.