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Jasper Tudor, Bedford hercege (1431 – Thornbury vár, 1495. december), walesiül: Siasbar Tudur, walesi Lancaster-párti főúr volt a középkori Angliában. Részt vett a rózsák háborújában , és nagybátyja volt Tudor Henriknek , a Tudor-dinasztia megalapítójának.
Sir Jasper Tudor. Published 13th March 2016. Jasper Tudor, born around 1431, was the second son of the secret marriage between Katherine de Valois, widow of Henry V of England, and Owain Tudor, a member of her household. Together with his older brother Edmund, he spent most of his childhood at Barking Abbey, in the care of the abbess, Katherine ...
Jasper Tudor. Některá data mohou pocházet z datové položky. Jasper Tudor (cca 1430 – prosinec 1495 ) byl vévodou z Bedfordu a hrabětem z Pembroke. Jasper byl spojencem Lancesterů ve Walesu a vedl kampaň s cílem získat moc pro svého synovce a chráněnce Jindřicha, pozdějšího anglického krále Jindřicha VII.
10 de mar. de 2017 · On November 23, 1452, Henry ennobled Jasper and Edmund as high ranking earls. Jasper was given the title of Earl of Pembroke and Edmund was made Earl of Richmond. In addition to all the estates and lands of the lordship of Pembroke, Jasper received the lordship of the Welsh castle of Builth and the fee-farm of Hereford and £20 per annum.
Brother of Edmund Tudor (father of the future Henry VII ). Jasper played a major role on behalf of the Lancastians in the Wars of the Roses and was with his nephew Henry Tudor in exile in Brittany. He married during Henry VII's reign, but had no legitimate heir. He may have fathered an illegitimate daughter named Ellen.
TUDOR, JASPER (c. 1431 - 1495), earl of Pembroke. second son of Owain Tudor and Catherine de Valois, widow of Henry V; for the circumstances of his parents' marriage, see the article on Owain Tudor. Born at Hatfield, Hertfordshire, he was brought up at the convent of Barking, Essex, with his elder brother, Edmund, and their interests appear to ...
7 de jul. de 2022 · What happened Jasper Tudor? Jasper had made his last will on 15 December at his manor at Thornbury and died there six days later on 21 December. In his own bed he died as one of the greatest survivors of the Wars of the Roses at the age of about 64. Jasper’s body was embalmed and his entrails buried at nearby St. Mary’s Church.