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Katherine, countess of Devonlocked

(1479–1527)
  • Margaret R. Westcott

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Katherine, countess of Devon (1479–1527), princess, was probably born at Eltham Palace, the sixth of the seven surviving children of Edward IV (1442–1483) and his queen Elizabeth, née Woodville (c. 1437–1492). Following her father's death in 1483 Katherine shared with the rest of her family in the traumatic events that followed the seizure of the throne by her uncle ...

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