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  • Margaret Elisabeth

    Effigy of Catherine de Valois. After Henry V's defeat of France, he married Catherine, daughter to Charles VI of France (also the younger sister of Isabella of Valois, Richard II's Queen). Catherine was the mother of Henry VI and, through her second marriage to Owen Tudor, the grandmother of King Henry VII.

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    Catherine de Valois - Funeral Effigy

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    Catherine Of Valois - English Monarch. Queen consort of King Henry V. The daughter of Charles VI the Wise of France and Isabelle of Bavaria, she married Henry as part of the settlement in the Treaty of Troyes. Theirs was a love match, and produced only one child, Henry. Following Henry V's sudden illness and death in 1422 Sir Owen Tudor, and the two were secretly married. They had four children, their sons would be the founders of the Tudor dynasty. Catherine died in childbirth

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Wooden funeral effigy of Katherine of Valois, Queen of England, paternal grandmother of Henry VII.

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