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Richard, II, King of England[1, 2, 3]

Male 1367 - 1400

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  • Name  Richard , II, King of England 
    Suffix  II, King of England 
    Born  1367  [3
    • 1 JUL 1367
    Gender  Male 
    Died  1400  [3
    • 1 JUL 1400
    Person ID  I670  Bambridge Tree
    Last Modified  10 Sep 2008 

    Father  Edward the Black Prince, Duke of Cornwall,   b. 1330,   d. 1376 
    Family ID  F478  Group Sheet

  • Notes 
    • !NOTE: WFT #674 gives this lineage HUGH MAGNUS was born Abt. 895, and died June 16, 956 in Deurdan. He married (1) HEDWIG OF SAXONY Shedied Aft. 965. He married (2) EADHILD OF ENGLAND Child 1st marriage is: HUGH CAPET b. Abt. 938 d. 996.; child 2nd marriage is: EMMA OF THE FRANKS--->EMMA OF THE FRANKS. She married RICHARD I DUKE OF NORMANDY son of DUKE GUILLAUME and ESPRIOTE. He was born 933, and died 996. Child is: RICHARD II DUKE OF NORMANDY b. Abt. 965, Normandy; d. 1026.---> RICHARD II DUKE OF NORMANDY was born Abt. 965 in Normandy, and died 1026. He married JUDITH OF BRITTANY daughter of CONAN and ERMENGARDE. She was born Abt. 970 Child is: ROBERT I DUKE OF NORMANDY b. Abt. 990, Normandy; d. 1035.

  • Sources 
    1. [S22] William Bridgewater, Editor-in-Chief, Columbia Viking Desk Encyclopedia Vol. 1 (A-k, pg. 1-717) Vol 2 (L-Z, pgs. 719-1477) (2nd edition, 1960, Viking Press, New York), Richard II, 1367-1400, King of England 1377-99, was son of Edward the Black Prince. In peasant uprising under Wat Tyler in 1381 young King met insurgents and won their allegiance. Assered his independence as ruler 1383. In struggle for power party of barons led by Thomas of Woodstock, e.

    2. [S23] World Book Encyclopedia (World Book Inc. , 1985), Vol. 16 R pg. 304, Richard II (1367-1400) was 10 years old when he succeeded his grandfather, Edward III, as king. He was son of Edward the Black Prince and a nephew of John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster...From the beginning of Richard's reign, Gaunt was the real ruler. Gaunt taxed the people so heavily t.

    3. [S20] GEDCOM file submitted by Judith E Burns, reibur@pwrtc.com. Created on 29 NOV 2007. Imported on 30 Nov 2007..