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Marriage: Children:
  1. Elizabeth Plantagenet of York: Birth: 11 FEB 1465/66 in Westminster Palace, Middlesex, England. Death: 11 FEB 1502/03 in Tower of London, Middlesex, England

  2. Mary Plantagenet: Birth: AUG 1467 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England. Death: 23 MAY 1482 in Greenwich, England

  3. Cecily Plantagenet: Birth: 20 MAR 1468/69 in Westminster Palace, London, England. Death: 24 AUG 1507 in Quarr Abbey, Isle of Wight, England

  4. Edward Plantagenet: Birth: 4 NOV 1470 in Sanctuary, Westminster, England. Death: 1483

  5. Margaret Plantagenet: Birth: 10 APR 1472 in Westminster, Middlesex, England. Death: 11 DEC 1472 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England

  6. Richard Plantagenet: Birth: 17 AUG 1473. Death: AFT 1483

  7. Anne Plantagenet of York: Birth: 2 NOV 1475 in Westminster Palace, London, England. Death: 23 NOV 1511

  8. George Plantagenet: Birth: MAR 1476/77 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England. Death: MAR 1478/79 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England

  9. Catherine Plantagenet: Birth: ABT 14 AUG 1479. Death: 15 NOV 1527

  10. Bridget Plantagenet: Birth: 10 NOV 1480. Death: 1517

Marriage: Children:
  1. Elizabeth Plantagenet: Birth: 1460 in Durhamshire, England. Death: 11 FEB 1503 in Durhamshire, England

  2. Arthur Plantagenet: Birth: ABT 1461. Death: 3 MAR 1540/41

a. Note:   "Edward IV was able to restore order, despite the temporary return to the throne of Henry VI (reigned 1470-71, during which time Edward fled to the Continent in exile) supported by the Earl of Warwick, 'the Kingmaker', who had previously supported Edward and who was killed at the Battle of Barnet in 1471. Edward also made peace with France; by a shrewd display of force to exert pressure, Edward reached a profitable agreement with Louis XI at Picquigny in 1475. At home, Edward relied heavily on his own personal control in government, reviving the ancient custom of sitting in person 'on the bench' (i.e. in judgement) to enforce justice. He sacked Lancastrian office-holders and used his financial acumen to introduce tight management of royal revenues to reduce the Crown's debt. Building closer relations with the merchant community, he encouraged commercial treaties; successfully traded wool on his own account to restore his family's fortunes and enabling the king to 'live of his own'; and paid the costs of the country's administration from the Crown Estates profits, thus freeing him from dependence on subsidies from Parliament. Edward rebuilt St George's Chapel at Windsor (possibly seeing it as a mausoleum for the Yorkists, as he was buried there) and a new great hall at Eltham Palace. Edward collected illuminated manuscripts - his is the only intact medieval royal collection to survive (in the British Library) - and patronised the new invention of printing. Edward died in 1483, leaving by his marriage to Elizabeth Woodville a 12-year-old son, Edward, to succeed him." -- Royal Household is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.