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Edmund Crouchback Plantagenet



Edmund Crouchback with St. George, from a medieval manuscript.
See full size. From here.



Edmund Crouchback Plantagenet (see here and here),
born 1245, London,
mar 1stly to Aveline de Fortibus,
Aveline died 1274, bur at the Sacrarium and High Altar, Westminster Abbey,
see p.273 in [Brayley, vol.2, 1823],

mar 2ndly to Blanche of Artois (see here) [grand-dau of Louis VIII, King of France, and descendant of Henry II],
he died 1296, bur at the Sacrarium and High Altar, Westminster Abbey,
see p.276 in [Brayley, vol.2, 1823],
Blanche died 1302,
had issue by 2nd wife:


  1. Henry Plantagenet (and here), mar Maud Chaworth [descendant of Aoife Mac Murrough] and had issue:

    1. Maud Plantagenet, mar William de Burgh, 3rd Earl of Ulster and had issue.

    2. Joan Plantagenet, mar John Mowbray, 3rd Lord Mowbray and had issue.

    3. Henry, Duke of Lancaster, mar Isabel de Beaumont and had issue:

      1. Blanche Plantagenet (and here), mar John of Gaunt and had issue.

    4. Eleanor Plantagenet, mar Richard Fitzalan, 10th Earl of Arundel and had issue.

    5. Mary Plantagenet, mar Henry de Percy, 3rd Baron Percy and had issue.




Tomb at Westminster Abbey



Map of part of Westminster Abbey.
From [Brayley, 1818-23].
Tomb of Edmund Crouchback, at the Sacrarium and High Altar, is circled in blue.
Tomb of his 1st wife Aveline de Fortibus is circled in red.



Tomb of Edmund Crouchback, Westminster Abbey (from the front).
Photo 2013. See full size.
From Phoebe Seward. Used with permission.



Tomb of Edmund Crouchback, Westminster Abbey (from the back).
Photo 2013. See full size.
From Phoebe Seward. Used with permission.



View from the back.
Tombs of Edward I (centre, with stairs) and Edmund Crouchback (right).
See larger.
From facing p.276 in [Brayley, vol.2, 1823].
See also photo from back in 1924 survey.



Tomb of Aveline de Fortibus.
From facing p.274 in [Brayley, vol.2, 1823].
See also photo and photo in 1924 survey.



Tombs of Aveline de Fortibus (left), Aymer de Valence, 2nd Earl of Pembroke (centre) and Edmund Crouchback (right).
See full size. From 360 degree view.




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