Edward IV


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Related to Edward IV: Edward III, Edward VI, Elizabeth Woodville
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King of England from 1461 to 1470 and from 1471 to 1483

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The third Earl's granddaughter Anne Mortimer was the grandmother of King Edward IV.
Coventry actor Joseph Raishbrook, fresh from the award-winning Alan Bennett drama The History Boys at the National Theatre in London, plays Edward IV and Talbot.
Edward IV is ailing and his malevolent brother Richard, Duke of Gloucester, will stop at nothing - not even murder - to seize the crown.
IT IS Queens'' College, Cambridge, not Queen's, as it is named after two queens - Margaret of Anjou, wife of Henry VI, and Elizabeth Woodville, wife of Edward IV.
Anniversaries: 15th: Jenny Pitman became the first women trainer to saddle a Grand National winner after victory by Corbiere (13-1): 100th: Birth of American singer and actor Paul Robeson; 445th: Death of French satirical writer Francois Rabelais; 515th: Young Edward V came to the throne after the death of Edward IV as a result of excessive debauchery.
Richard Neville, known as the Kingmaker for his involvement in the Wars of the Roses, helped the Yorkists oust Henry VI, putting Edward IV in his place.
Researches at the University of Sheffield are investigating a ghoulish mystery surrounding the 520-year-old corpse of King Edward IV.
He went on to bolster support against Richard III with his promise to marry Elizabeth of York, daughter of Edward IV.
Richard Neville, known as the Kingmaker for his side-swopping, history- changing involvement in the Wars of the Roses, helped the Yorkists oust Henry VI, putting Edward IV in his place.
She always planned to be laid to rest beside him in the chapel, founded by Edward IV.
It was the scene of dreadful carnage when on May 4, 1471, Margaret of Anjou, the wife of the deposed Lancastrian Henry VI, tried to wrest the crown back from the upstart Yorkist Edward IV and free her husband from custody.
The manuscripts include the French presentation copy of the Shrewsbury Book of Romances presented to Margaret of Anjou, wife of Henry VI, as a gift for their marriage in 1445, and chronicles and histories written for Edward IV.
David Fielder as the stricken King Edward IV is suitably distraught, and Maureen Beattie as Elizabeth moves smoothly from aloof queen to distraught mother when the little princes are murdered.
Richard Tydeman, is at King Edward IV Grammar School in Chelmsford, Essex, and Benjamin Collie attends Tanbridge House School in Horsham, West Sussex.