Married Firstly

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Isabel De Clare, 4th Countess Of Pembroke - Marriage - Issue
... He married firstly, Alice de Bethune, and secondly, Eleanor Plantagenet, daughter of King John ... of Pembroke (1191 – 1 April 1234 Kilkenny Castle, Ireland), married Gervase le Dinant ... She married firstly, Hugh Bigod, 3rd Earl of Norfolk, by whom she had issue she married secondly, William de Warenne, 5th Earl of Surrey, by whom she had issue, including John de Warenne, 6th ...
Margery Wentworth - Marriage and Children
... She married Sir John Seymour of Wulfhall in Savernake Forest, Wiltshire, and they had a total of nine children together ... Married firstly Catherine Filliol, had issue ... Married secondly Anne Stanhope, had issue ...
Jan II The Mad - Marriage and Issue
... By 1462 Jan II married Katharina (b. 1502), married firstly by 28 March 1484 to Miklós Bánffy de Limbow and secondly with Johann Hampo. 30 September 1514), married firstly on 11 January 1487 to Albert I of Poděbrady, Duke of Ziębice-Oleśnica (Münsterberg-Oels), and secondly in 1512 to Johann IV of Kurzbach, Baron von ...
Manuel Tito De Morais - Family
... He married firstly Maria da Conceição Formosinho Mealha (Silves, Silves, 1912 - Lisbon, 1992), daughter of João Vitorino Mealha, a Lawyer (whose mother's paternal grandfather ... Lisbon, 19 August 1942), married firstly as his second wife to Pedro Manuel Ramos de Almeida, whom she divorced, and had issue, and married secondly to Dulcínio. 1945), married to Jaime Teixeira Mendes (b ...
Lady Bridget Wingfield - Marriages and Children
... In 1513, she married her first husband, Sir Richard Wingfield, courtier, diplomat, and Lord Deputy of Calais ... children Charles Wingfield (1513- 24 May 1540), married Joan Knollys, sister of Sir Francis Knollys, and sister-in-law of Catherine Carey, who was the niece of Anne Boleyn ... Thomas Maria Wingfield, Member of Parliament, married firstly Margaret Sabyn he married secondly Margaret Kerrye, by whom he had issue, including celebrated ...

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    You remind me of a child-friend who once wrote to tell me about her sister being married. “Now I will tell you all about Bessie’s wedding.” Then came a long account of bridesmaids, and breakfast, and everything else, except the name of the bride-groom! That of course didn’t matter: the great thing was to get married somehow.
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)