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Isabella, countess of Bedfordlocked

(1332–1379)
  • James L. Gillespie

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Isabella, countess of Bedford (1332–1379), princess, was the eldest daughter and second surviving child of Edward III and Philippa of Hainault. Born at Woodstock on 16 June 1332, she shared a household, which was governed by William of St Omer and his wife, ...

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