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Anne of Woodstock, countess of Staffordlocked

(c. 1382–1438)
  • Carole Rawcliffe

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Anne of Woodstock, countess of Stafford (c. 1382–1438), noblewoman, was the daughter and eventual coheir of Thomas of Woodstock, duke of Gloucester (d. 1397), and his wife, Eleanor de Bohun. From the outset, her wealth and lineage made her a valuable commodity in the marriage market. She was not yet ten when, in June 1391, her wedding to ...

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Chancery records (Public Record Office)
Staffordshire Record Office, Stafford
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London
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Canterbury and York Society