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The Marriage of Henry Tudor (Henry VII) and Elizabeth of York united the feuding houses of York and Lancaster (for the most part).

The Marriage of Henry Tudor (Henry VII) and Elizabeth of York united the feuding houses of York and Lancaster.

Queen Elizabeth belonged to both sides of the War of Roses. First, she was married to Lord Grey, and was "factitious for the House of Lancaster" (I.3.132). Later, she married Edward IV, a member of the House of York who deposed King Henry VI of the House of Lancaster, and eventually contributed to King Henry VI's death. [Click to continue]

10 new and improved fruit, veg and flowers to plant

Rosa 'Margaret Merril' - 10 new and improved fruit, veg and flowers to plant

Margaret Beaufort - Mother of King Henry VII, grandmother of King Henry VIII, great grandmother of Queen Elizabeth 1.  Plotted rebellion against King Edward IV & his wife the"White Queen," but Edward prevailed. Years later, after Edward died, his brother became King Richard III. Then Margaret's faction rose again & deposed Richard; thus her son was crowned King Henry VII. He married the White Queen's daughter Elizabeth for political alliance. Their union produced Henry VIII. ... SoniaSophia

Margaret Beaufort - Mother of King Henry VII, grandmother of King Henry VIII, great grandmother of Queen Elizabeth. Plotted rdaughter Elizabeth for political alliance. Their union produced Henry VIII.

Rebecca Ferguson as Elizabeth Woodville and Max Irons as Edward IV of England in The White Queen (TV Series,  2013).

Rebecca Ferguson as Elizabeth Woodville and Max Irons as Edward IV of England in The White Queen (TV Series,

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