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Lady Anne Mowbray: A little girl who might have been queen? – Part 2: Who was Lady Anne Mowbray, the child bride of a Prince in the Tower?

| December 11, 2014

Lady Anne Mowbray: A little girl who might have been queen? – Part 2: Who was Lady Anne Mowbray, the child bride of a Prince in the Tower?

Following on from yesterday’s article The mummy on the building site and on the anniversary of the finding of her remains on 11th December 1964, Marilyn Roberts discusses who Lady Anne Mowbray actually was. In January 1476, John Mowbray, fourth duke of Norfolk, died suddenly aged 31 at his great castle in Framlingham in Suffolk. […]

Lady Anne Mowbray: A little girl who might have been queen? – Part 1: The mummy on the building site

| December 10, 2014

Lady Anne Mowbray: A little girl who might have been queen? – Part 1: The mummy on the building site

Thank you to author and historian Marilyn Roberts for sharing this two-part article on Lady Anne Mowbray with us in commemoration of her birth on 10th December 1472 and the finding of her remains on 11th December 1964. Over to Marilyn… Last February, in my article The Howards and Lady Anne Mowbray, I wrote of […]

The Howard Family and Lady Anne Mowbray by Marilyn Roberts

| February 14, 2014

The Howard Family and Lady Anne Mowbray by Marilyn Roberts

Today we have a guest post from Marilyn Roberts, historian and author of The Mowbray Legacy and Lady Anne Mowbray: The High and Excellent Princess. You can see my review of Lady Anne Mowbray over at our book reviews site – click here. Over to Marilyn… This is the time of year when thoughts of […]