Carrs Dictionary of English Kings, Consorts, Pretenders, Usurpers, Unnatural Claimants and Royal Athelings

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  • 16 pages
  • Carrs Dictionary of English Kings, Consorts, Pretenders, Usurpers, Unnatural Claimants and Royal Athelings
  • J.L. Carr
  • 08 August 2018
  • 0900847972

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  1. Kira Nerys says:

    Not sure I have this version mine has a different cover, at any rate but this absolute gem of a pamphlet lists all the members of English royalty it claims to, alphabetically, with short descriptions A few examples Berstand, d 1120, was reported by monks to be the natural son of William Rufus, although they neither named the woman nor brought evidence that Rufus ever lay with one Edward, Earl of Warwick, nephew of Edward IV, who, until his execution in 1499 by Henry VII, had a reasonable c Not sure I have this version mine has a different cover, at any rate but this absolute gem of a pamphlet lists all the members of English royalty it claims to, alphabetically, with short descriptions A few examples Berstand, d 1120, was reported by monks to be the natural son of William Rufus, although they neither named the woman nor brought evidence that Rufus ever lay with one Edward, Earl of Warwick, nephew of Edward IV, who, until his execution in 1499 by Henry VII, had a reasonable claim to the crown Several in this vein suggest either legitimate claims until untimely demises or longer lives by people who chose not to pursue a claim Ella, Bretwalda of Northumbria had the Viking, ...