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Pole, Richard de lalocked

(d. 1525)
  • Sean Cunningham

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Pole, Richard de la (d. 1525), soldier and claimant to the English throne, sometimes known after 1506 as Blanche Rose, was the fifth son of John de la Pole (1442–1492) and his wife, Elizabeth Plantagenet (1444–1503/4), a sister of Edward IV, and the younger brother of ...

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