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Catherine de La Pole, Princess de Aragona-Villena {Fictional}

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Catherine de La Pole (Trastamara), Princess de Aragona-Villena {Fictional}

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Mother of Eleonore Vassallo, VIII Baroness de la Pole {Fictional}

Occupation: Married secretly in 1502
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Catherine (Trastamara) de La Pole, Princess de Aragona-Villena


Spurious pedigree online at'Oro/villena.html Prince Enrique of Aragon, (1400-45), Ducque de Villena, married (1) 1420 to Duchesa Catalina de Villena, Princess of Castile, married 1443 (2) to Beatrice Pimentel, with issue.


In October 1439, his wife Catherine died after suffering a miscarriage. Their marriage was childless and her brother confiscated the Dukedom of Villena which he had given to her. Shortly thereafter, the widowed Infante married Beatriz de Pimentel, by whom he had one child: Henry of Aragon (1445–1522), 1st Duke of Segorbe, whose granddaughter Anne was the last member of the House of Trastamara


From'%20target='_blank'%20rel='noopener%20noreferrer%20nofollow'Oro/villena.html Princess Catherine de Aragon-Villena, married 1502 (Secretly) London to Lord Richard de la Pole, 4th Duca di Suffolk Acknowledged by Emperor Maxilimilian, (Claimed the English Throne in 1510), (killed in the Battle of Pavia 1525 Eleanore de La Pole dei Duchi di Suffolk (1502-64 Valletta Malta), married 1516 to Chev. (Sir) Giovanni Maria Vassallo Knight of England, (1449-1531), with issue.