Juana 'la Palomilla' Núñez de Lara (b. - 1351) MP

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Nicknames: "Juana 'la Palomilla' Núñez de Lara (Geni Tree Match)"
Death: Died in Palencia, Province of Palencia, Castille and Leon, Spain
Occupation: La Palomilla (Lady of Lara)
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About Juana 'la Palomilla' Núñez de Lara

Ferdinand de la Cerda (1275–1322)

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Marriage and Issue

Fernando was married to Juana Núñez de Lara, who is also known as Lady of Lara. The couple had four daughters,

John Núñez de Lara (1313-1350), married Maria de Haro

Blanche Núñez de Lara (1311-1347), married Juan Manuel, Duke of Peñafiel and was mother of Juana Manuel of Castile, consort of Henry II of Castile and mother of John I of Castile.

Margaret Núñez de Lara, a nun

Maria Núñez de Lara, married Charles II of Alençon and was mother of Charles III of Alençon.

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   don JUAN Núñez de Lara (-1294).  m firstly (before 23 Jul 1260) doña TERESA Álvarez de Azagra Señora de Albarracín, daughter of don ÁLVARO Pérez de Azagra, Señor de Albarracín & his [first] wife doña Margarita [Inés] de Navarra (-before [1280]).  m secondly ([1280]) doña TERESA Díaz de Haro, daughter of don DIEGO López de Haro Señor Soberano de Vizcaya, Señor de Haro & his wife Constance de Béarn.  Juan & his first wife had one child:

i) doña TERESA Núñez de Lara ([1280]-[1314]). m (Palencia 1303) as his first wife, don ALFONSO de Castilla Señor de Valencia de Campos y Mansilla, son of Infante don JUAN de Castilla y León Señor de Valencia de Campos & his first wife Margherita di Monferrato ([1282/83]-Morales Aug 1316).

Juan & his second wife had three children:

ii) [1076]don JUAN Núñez de Lara "el Menor" ([1282]-Burgos Jul 1315 or after 16 Sep 1315). Señor de Lara y Albarracín. Mayordomo mayor of don Fernando IV King of Castile 3 Jun 1302-26 Jul 1302, Apr 1307-4 Aug 1307, 1308, and 20 Aug 1315-16 Sep 1315. Adelantado mayor de la Frontera. The Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis records the death in Jul 1315 of “Dns Joannes Nunii Burgis”[1077]. m firstly (1290) doña ISABEL Alfonso de Molina, daughter of don ALFONSO Fernández Niño [de Castilla] & his wife doña Blanca Alfonso de Molina (-5 Dec 1292). m secondly (1295) doña MARÍA Díaz de Haro, daughter of JUAN Infante de Castilla Señor de Valencia & his second wife doña María Díaz de Haro Señora Soberana de Vizcaya ([1292]-Torrelobatón before 1299). m thirdly (1300) doña MARÍA Díaz de Haro, Señora de Tordehumos, daughter of don DIEGO López de Haro, Señor Soberano de Vizcaya, Señor de Haro & his wife Infanta doña Violante de Castilla (-Sep 1320). The mid-14th Century Nobiliario of don Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós names “doña Maria” as the daughter of “don Diego” and his wife, adding that she married “don Joan Nuñez de Lara el Bueno”[1078]. The Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis records the death in Sep 1320 of “Dna Maria, filia Dni Didaci”[1079].

iii) don NUÑO González de Lara ([1284]-Valladolid 1296). Alférez of don Fernando IV "el Ajurno" King of Castile 3 Aug 1295 to 1296. m ([1295], not consummated) dona COSTANÇA de Portugal, daughter of Infante dom AFONSO de Portugal Senhor de Portalegre & his wife doña Violante Manuel ([1294]-).

iv) doña JUANA Núñez de Lara "la Palomilla" (1286-Palencia 12 Jun 1351). Señora de Lerma, Villafranca, Dueñas, Fuente-Empudia, Torrelobatón and Herrera. The mid-14th Century Nobiliario of don Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós names “doña Juana de Lara” as wife of “don Fernan Guidella”[1080]. She succeeded her brother in 1315 as Señora de Lara and Vizcaya. Betrothed (1291) to Infante don ALFONSO de Castilla y León, son of don SANCHO IV "el Bravo" King of Castile and León & his wife doña María Alfonso de Molina “la Grande” (Valladolid Jan 1286-Valladolid Aug 1291). m firstly (1299) Infante don ENRIQUE de Castilla y León, "el Senador" son of don FERNANDO III "el Santo" King of Castile & his first wife Elisabeth von Hohenstaufen (1230 before 10 Mar-Roda 8 Aug 1303, bur Valladolid, San Francisco). Señor de Écija y Medellín. m secondly (1308) Infante don FERNANDO de la Cerda de Castilla, son of Infante don FERNANDO "él de la Cerda" de Castilla y León & his wife Blanche de France (posthumously on or after 25 Jul 1275-1322 soon after 1 Jun). Señor de Lara 1315 by right of his wife. Mayordomo Mayor of Castile 14 Apr 1320. The children of her second marriage adopted the name Lara. -------------------- Juana Núñez de Lara - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juana_N%C3%BA%C3%B1ez_de_Lara

Juana Núñez de Lara (1286–1351) was a daughter of Juan Núñez de Lara the Fat and his wife Teresa Díaz II de Haro of the lordship of Biscay. Juana is also known as la Palomilla or Lady of Lara.

Marriages: Juana was firstly married to Infante Henry of Castile, son of Ferdinand III of Castile and his first wife Elisabeth of Swabia. The marriage was childless and Henry died in 1304, leaving Juana a young widow.[1]

Juana was secondly married to Ferdinand de la Cerda, son of Ferdinand de la Cerda and his wife Blanche of France. Blanche was a daughter of Louis IX of France and Margaret of Provence. Juana and Ferdinand had four children:

Juan Núñez III de Lara (1313–1350), married Maria de Haro. Blanche Núñez de Lara (1311–1347), married Juan Manuel, Prince of Villena and was mother of Juana Manuel of Castile, consort of Henry II of Castile and mother of John I of Castile. Margaret Núñez de Lara, a nun. Maria Núñez de Lara, married Charles II of Alençon and was mother of Charles III of Alençon. Their daughter, Blanca de La Cerda y Lara, was mother of Juana Manuel of Castile. Juana Manuel was married to king Henry II of Castile and was mother of king John I of Castile and Infanta Eleanor of Castile.

Juana's husband died in 1322, Juana herself died in Palencia in 1351.

References: CASTILE, Medieval Lands http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/CASTILE.htm#FernandoCerdadied1275B

-------------------- Juana was firstly married to Infante Henry of Castile, son of Ferdinand III of Castile and his first wife Elisabeth of Swabia. The marriage was childless and Henry died in 1304, leaving Juana a young widow.


Juana was secondly married to Ferdinand de la Cerda, son of Ferdinand de la Cerda and his wife Blanche of France. Blanche was a daughter of Louis IX of France and Margaret of Provence. Juana and Ferdinand had four children:

Juan Núñez III de Lara (1313–1350), married Maria de Haro.

Blanche Núñez de Lara (1311–1347), married Juan Manuel, Prince of Villena and was mother of Juana Manuel of Castile, consort of Henry II of Castile and mother of John I of Castile.

Margaret Núñez de Lara, a nun. Maria Núñez de Lara, married Charles II of Alençon and was mother of Charles III of Alençon.


Their daughter, Blanca de La Cerda y Lara, was mother of Juana Manuel of Castile. Juana Manuel was married to king Henry II of Castile and was mother of king John I of Castile and Infanta Eleanor of Castile.


Juana's husband died in 1322, Juana herself died in Palencia in 1351.

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