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    Jasper Tudor, Duke of Bedford (c. November 1431 – 21 December 1495) was the uncle of King Henry VII of England and a leading architect of his nephew's successful accession to the throne in 1485. He was a member of the Tudor family of Penmynydd .

  2. Jasper Tudor (Hatfield, 1431 — Castelo de Thornbury, 21 de dezembro de 1495) foi duque de Bedford e conde de Pembroke. Ele era filho de Owen Tudor, e de Catarina de Valois, viúva do rei Henrique V. Jasper era irmão uterino de Henrique VI e tio de Henrique VII.

  3. Jasper Tudor, duke of Bedford was the leader of the Lancastrians in Wales, uncle and guardian of Henry, earl of Richmond, afterward Henry VII of England. The second son of Owen Tudor, founder of the family’s fortunes, he was knighted in 1449 and created earl of Pembroke about 1452.

  4. 10 de mar. de 2017 · March 10, 2017 Susan Abernethy 27 Comments. Jasper Tudor from a window in Cardiff Castle, Wales. (Photo copyright of Xenophon from Wikimedia Commons) Like his elder brother Edmund, Jasper is an enigmatic figure. But he played a pivotal role in the establishment of the Tudor dynasty of kings and queens in England.

  5. BORN: c. 1431. DIED: 1495. Son of Owen Tudor and Katherine of Valois (widow of Henry V) and half brother of Henry VI. 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.

  6. 26 de abr. de 2022 · "Jasper Tudor, 1st Duke of Bedford, 1st Earl of Pembroke, KG (Welsh: Siasbar Tudur) (c. 1431 – 21/26 December 1495) was the uncle of King Henry VII of England and the architect of his successful conquest of England and Wales in 1485. He was from the noble Tudor family of Penmynydd, North Wales.

  7. Henry Tudor landed at Milford Haven in South Wales on the 7th August 1485, accompanied by his uncle Jasper, a few die-hard Lancastrian lords and about 2,000 French mercenaries. He defeated Richard III in battle at Bosworth Field and ascended the throne as Henry VII, the first king of the new Tudor dynasty.