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Fernando de Castilla y León, II

Spanish: Dn. Fernando II Rey de León y Galicia, II
Also Known As: "Fernando II de Borgoña", "King Fernando II of Leon", "King Of Leon /Fernando Ii/", "Rei de León"
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Death: January 22, 1188 (50-51)
Benavente, Castille and Leon, Spain
Place of Burial: Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain
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Son of Alfonso VII the Emperor, King of Castile and Leon and Berenguela de Barcelona, reina consorte de León y Castilla
Husband of Urraca de Portugal, reina consorte de León; Teresa Núñez de Lara, reina consorte León and Urraca López de Haro, reina consorte León
Father of Alfonso IX, king of Leon and Galicia; Fernando Fernández, infante de León; N.N., infante de León; García Fernández, infante de León; Alfonso Fernández de León, infante de León and 1 other
Brother of Sancho III el Deseado, rey de Castilla; Sancha, Reina consorte de Navarra; García, Infante de Castilla; Alfonso, Infante de Castilla; Ramón, Infante de Castilla and 1 other
Half brother of Teresa Afonso Afonso; Urraca la Asturiana Alfonso de Castilla; Estefanía 'la Desdichada' Alfonso, Señora del Infantado de León; Pedro Alonso de Benavides, gran maestre de Santiago; Fernando de Castilla, infante de León and 1 other

Occupation: Rey de León y Galicia (1157-1188), Râegent de Castille, KING OF LEON, King of Leon and Gilicia, Rei de Leao, roi de Léon et Galice, King, King of León and Galicia, Roi, de Léon, King of Leon, Rey de Leon, Rey de León, Rey, King of Leon and Galicia
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Rey de Leon, hijo y sucesor de Alfonso VII el Emperador y de doña Berenguela, hija de Ramón Berenger, conde de Barcelona, España (1157-1188). Su padre repartió sus estados entre sus hijos, y dejó Castilla a Sancho III, y León, a Fernando. Éste tuvo aspiraciones absorbentes sobre los territorios de su hermano, pero no pudo lograrlas. Muerto Sancho y asolada Castilla durante la menoría de edad de Alfonso VIII por las discordias civiles, patrocinadas por las dos poderosas familias Castro y Lara, intervino en los asuntos castellanos, más bien por cuenta propia que en defensa de de los intereses de su sobrino; mas tampoco pudo conseguir sus propósitos, y su conducta fue causa de que se mantuviese el estado de guerra entre León y Castilla hasta 1180. Luchó contra los musulmanes en el sur, impulsando la reconquista de Extremadura, se apoderó de Yelves y Alcántara, y aunque tomó Cáceres en el 1184, fue por poco tiempo. También combatió con su suegro, Alfonso Enríquez, rey de Portugal, a quien, luego de ser vencido y hecho prisionero, devolvió la libertad sin condiciones. Murió en Benavente, cuando regresaba de una peregrinación a Santiago de Compostela. Creador de la orden de Santiago de Compostela.



Family By Urraca, married, around 1165, Ferdinand had his son and successor:

Alfonso IX. Following her repudiation, he formed a relationship with Theresa Fernández de Traba, daughter of count Fernando Pérez de Traba, and in August 1179 he married her, having:

Ferdinand (1178-1187), legitimized through his parents' subsequent marriage child, b. and d. 6 February 1180, whose birth led to the death of its mother He then formed a liaison with Urraca López de Haro, daughter of Lópe Díaz de Haro, who he married in May 1187, having:

García (1182-1184) Alfonso, b.1184, legitimized through the subsequent marriage of his parents, died before his father. Sancho (1186-1220), lord of Fines

[edit] References Szabolcs de Vajay, "From Alfonso VIII to Alfonso X" in Studies in Genealogy and Family History in Tribute to Charles Evans on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday, 1989, pp. 366-417.

Ferdinand II (b. 1137 in Toledo, Castile, d. January 22, 1188) was the son of Alfonso VII of Castile and León and of Berenguela, of the House of Barcelona, and king of León from 1157 to his death. His father divided his kingdom upon his death, with Ferdinand receiving Leon and Galicia and Sancho receiving Castile.

His reign of thirty years was one of strife marked by no signal success or reverse. He had to contend with his unruly nobles, several of whom he put to death. During the minority of his nephew, Alfonso VIII of Castile, he endeavoured to impose himself on the kingdom as regent. On the west he was in more or less constant strife with the Kingdom of Portugal, which had separated from León in 1139. His relations with the Portuguese House of Burgundy must have suffered by his repudiation of his wife Urraca, daughter of King Afonso I of Portugal. Though he took the King of Portugal prisoner in 1169, he made no political use of his success. He extended his dominions southward in Extremadura at the expense of the Moors.

Ferdinand earned the reputation of a good knight and hard fighter, but did not display political or organising faculty. He was succeeded by his only son, Alfonso IX.



Ferdinand II (b. 1137 in Toledo, Castile, d. January 22, 1188) was the son of Alfonso VII of Castile and León and of Berenguela, of the House of Barcelona, and king of León from 1157 to his death. His father divided his kingdom upon his death, with Ferdinand receiving León and Sancho receiving Castile.

His reign of thirty years was one of strife marked by no signal success or reverse. He had to contend with his unruly nobles, several of whom he put to death. During the minority of his nephew, Alfonso VIII of Castile, he endeavoured to impose himself on the kingdom as regent. On the west he was in more or less constant strife with the Kingdom of Portugal, which had separated from León in 1139. His relations to the Portuguese House of Burgundy must have suffered by his repudiation of his wife Urraca, daughter of King Afonso I of Portugal. Though he took the King of Portugal prisoner in 1169, he made no political use of his success. He extended his dominions southward in Extremadura at the expense of the Moors. Ferdinand, who died in 1188, left the reputation of a good knight and hard fighter, but did not display political or organising faculty. He was succeeded by his only son, Alfonso IX.



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History: Ferdinand II (of León) (1137-88), king of León (1157-88). He was the second son of Alfonso II, king of Castile, who was also king of León as Alfonso VII. Ferdinand was noted both for his intermittent wars with Castile and Portugal and for his reorganization, about 1170, of the military Order of Saint James of the Sword (Santiago de la Espada) to participate in the campaign to drive the Moors from Spain.

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Ferdinand II (b. 1137 in Toledo, Castile, d. January 22, 1188) was the son of Alfonso VII of Castile and León and of Berenguela, of the House of Barcelona, and king of León from 1157 to his death. His father divided his kingdom upon his death, with Ferdinand receiving Leon and Galicia and Sancho receiving Castile and Toledo. His reign of thirty years was one of strife marked by no signal success or reverse. He had to contend with his unruly nobles, several of whom he put to death. During the minority of his nephew, Alfonso VIII of Castile, he endeavoured to impose himself on the kingdom as regent. On the west he was in more or less constant strife with the Kingdom of Portugal, which had separated from León in 1139. His relations with the Portuguese House of Burgundy must have suffered by his repudiation of his wife Urraca, daughter of King Afonso I of Portugal. Though he took the King of Portugal prisoner in 1169, he made no political use of his success. He extended his dominions southward in Extremadura at the expense of the Moors. Ferdinand earned the reputation of a good knight and hard fighter, but did not display political or organising faculty. By Urraca, Ferdinand had his son and successor: Alfonso IX. Following her repudiation, he formed a relationship with Theresa Fernández de Traba, daughter of count Fernando Pérez de Traba, and in August 1179 he married her, having: Ferdinand (1178-1187), legitimized through his parents' subsequent marriage child, b. and d. 6 February 1180, whose birth led to the death of its mother He then formed a liaison with Urraca López de Haro, daughter of Lópe Díaz de Haro, who he married in May 1187, having: García (1182-1184) Alfonso, b.1184, legitimized through the subsequent marriage of his parents, died before his father. Sancho (1186-1220), lord of Fines



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Ferdinand, from the Tumbo A cartulary of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.Ferdinand II (1137 – 22 January 1188) was King of León and Galicia from 1157 to his death.

Born in Toledo, Castile, he was the son of King Alfonso VII of Castile and León and of Berenguela, of the House of Barcelona. At his father's death, he received the León and Galicia, while his brother Sancho received Castile and Toledo.[1] Ferdinand earned the reputation of a good knight and hard fighter, but did not display political or organising faculty.

He spent most of his first year as king in a dispute with his powerful nobles and an invasion by his brother Sancho III.[2] In 1158 the two brother met at Sahagun, and peacefully solved the heritage matters. However, Sancho died in the same year, being succeeded by his child son Alfonso VIII, while Ferdinand occupied parts of Castile.[3] The boundary troubles with Castile restarted in 1164: he then met at Soria with the Lara family, who represented Alfonso VIII, and a truce was established, allowing him to move against the Muslim Almoravids who still held much of southern Spain, and to capture the cities of Alcántara and Alburquerque. In the same year, Ferdinand defeated King Afonso I of Portugal, who, in 1163, had occupied Salamanca in retaliation for the repopulation of the area ordered by the King of León.

In 1165 he married Urraca, daughter of Afonso of Portugal. However, strife with Portugal was not put to an end by this move. In 1168 Afonso again felt menaced by Ferdinand II's repopulation of the area of Ciudad Rodrigo: he then attacked Galicia, occupying Tui and the territory of Xinzo de Limia, former fiefs of his mother. However, as his troops were also besieging the Muslim citadel of Badajoz, Ferdinand II was able to push the Portuguese out of Galicia and to rush to Badajoz. When Afonso saw the Leonese arrive tried to flee, but he was disabled by a broken leg caused by a fall from his horse, and made prisoner at one the city's gate. Afonso was obliged to surrender as his ransom almost all the conquests he had made in Galicia in the previous year. In the peace signed at Pontevedra the following year, Ferdinand got back twenty five castle, and the cities of Cáceres, Badajoz, Trujillo, Santa Cruz and Montánchez, previously lost by León. When in the same years the Almoravids laid siege to the Portuguese city of Santarém, Ferdinand II came to help his father-in-law, and helped to free the city from the menace.

Also in 1170, Ferdinand created the military-religious Order of Santiago de Compostela, with the task to protect the pilgrim travelling to the tomb of the apostle James in the cathedral of Compostela. The order had its seat first in Cáceres and then in Uclés.

In 1175 pope Alexander VII considered Ferdinand II and Urraca of Portugal as third grade relatives, and forced them to divide. The King remarried to Teresa Nuñez de Lara, daughter of count Nuño de Lara. In 1178 war against Castile broke out. Ferdinand surprised his nephew Alfonso VIII, occupied Castrojeriz and Dueñas. The war was settled in 1180 with the peace of Tordesillas. In the same year his wife Teresa died while bearing their second son.

In 1184, after a series of failed attempts, the Almoravid caliph Yusuf ibn Tashfin invaded Portugal with an army recruited in Northern Africa and, in May, besieged Afonso I in Santarém; the Portuguese were helped by the arrival of the armies sent by the archbishop of Santiago de Compostela, in June, and by Ferdinand II in July.

In 1185 Ferdinand married for the third time to Urraca López de Haro (daughter of Lope Díaz, lord of Biscay, Nájera and Haro]), who was his mistress since 1180. Urraca tried in vain to have Alfonso IX, first son of Ferdinand II, declared illegitimate, to favour her son Sancho.

Ferdinand II died in 1188 at Benavente, while returning from a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. He was buried in the cathedral of Compostela.

Contents [hide] 1 Family 2 Notes 3 References 4 Further Reading 5 External links

[edit] Family Ferdinand married Urraca around 1165, they had one son:

Alfonso IX.[4] Following her repudiation, he formed a relationship with Teresa Fernández de Traba, daughter of count Fernando Pérez de Traba, and in August 1179 he married her, having:[citation needed]

Ferdinand (1178-1187), legitimized through his parents' subsequent marriage child, b. and d. 6 February 1180, whose birth led to the death of its mother He then formed a liaison with Urraca López de Haro,[5] daughter of Lope Díaz I de Haro, who he married in May 1187, having:

García (1182-1184) Alfonso, b.1184, legitimized through the subsequent marriage of his parents, died before his father. Sancho (1186-1220), lord of Fines



Ferdinand II (b. 1137 in Toledo, Castile, d. January 22, 1188) was King of León from 1157 to his death. He was the son of King Alfonso VII of Castile and León and of Berenguela, of the House of Barcelona. His father divided his kingdoms upon his death, with Ferdinand receiving León and Galicia, and another son, Sancho, receiving Castile and Toledo.

His reign of thirty years was one of strife marked by no signal success or reverse. He had to contend with his unruly nobles, several of whom he put to death. During the minority of his nephew, Alfonso VIII of Castile, he endeavoured to impose himself on the kingdom as regent. On the west he was in more or less constant strife with the Kingdom of Portugal, which had separated from León in 1139. His relations with the Portuguese House of Burgundy must have suffered by his repudiation of his wife Urraca, daughter of King Afonso I of Portugal. Though he took the King of Portugal prisoner in 1169, he made no political use of his success. He extended his dominions southward in Extremadura at the expense of the Moors.

Ferdinand earned the reputation of a good knight and hard fighter, but did not display political or organising faculty.

By Urraca, married, around 1165, Ferdinand had his son and successor:

Alfonso IX. Following her repudiation, he formed a relationship with Theresa Fernández de Traba, daughter of count Fernando Pérez de Traba, and in August 1179 he married her, having:

Ferdinand (1178-1187), legitimized through his parents' subsequent marriage child, b. and d. 6 February 1180, whose birth led to the death of its mother He then formed a liaison with Urraca López de Haro, daughter of Lópe Díaz de Haro, who he married in May 1187, having:

García (1182-1184) Alfonso, b.1184, legitimized through the subsequent marriage of his parents, died before his father. Sancho (1186-1220), lord of Fines



Fernando II nació el año de 1137, en Toledo. Fue rey de León de 1157 a 1188. Casó con doña Urraca de Portugal (hija de Alfonso I de Portugal y Matilde de Saboya [ver Casa de Saboya], y nieta de Enrique de Borgoña y Teresa de Castilla -hija de Alfonso VI-), en Coimbra, el mes de mayo de 1165 (este matrimonio fue anulado en 1175). En segundas nupcias casó con Teresa (hija del conde Fernando de Trava de Trastamara, antes del 7-X-1178). En terceras nupcias casó con Urraca López de Haro, que murió después de 1226, y era hija del conde Lope Díaz de Haro y Aldonza Ruiz. Fernando II murió el 22-I-1188, en Benavente, Zamora. Tuvo por hijos a Alfonso XI (hijo de Urraca de Portugal), Fernando, Sancho (casó con Teresa Díaz de Haro) y García Fernández.


ID: I120252 Name: Ferdinand II Alfonsez Leon 1 Sex: M Birth: ABT 1137 in Of, CASTILE, Spain Death: 21 JAN 1186/87 in Leon, Spain Change Date: 14 JAN 2004

Father: Alfonso VII "Pierre-Raimund" CASTILE & LEON b: 1105 in Castilla, Spain Mother: Berenguela Raimundo De BARCELONA b: 1108 in BARCELONA, BARCELONA, Spain

Marriage 1 Urraca Affonsez Princess PORTUGAL b: 1151 in Of, Coimbra, Coimbra, PORTUGAL Married: 1160 in Leon, Spain 1 Children

Alfonso IX Fernandez Leon b: 1166 in Zamora, Leon, Spain

Sources: Title: GEDCOM File : 842428.ged Note: ABBR GEDCOM File : 842428.ged Text: 8 AUG 2000

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Ferdinand II (b. 1137 in Toledo, Castile, d. January 22, 1188) was King of León from 1157 to his death. He was the son of King Alfonso VII of Castile and León and of Berenguela, of the House of Barcelona. His father divided his kingdoms upon his death, with Ferdinand receiving León and Galicia, and another son, Sancho, receiving Castile and Toledo.

His reign of thirty years was one of strife marked by no signal success or reverse. He had to contend with his unruly nobles, several of whom he put to death. During the minority of his nephew, Alfonso VIII of Castile, he endeavoured to impose himself on the kingdom as regent. On the west he was in more or less constant strife with the Kingdom of Portugal, which had separated from León in 1139. His relations with the Portuguese House of Burgundy must have suffered by his repudiation of his wife Urraca, daughter of King Afonso I of Portugal. Though he took the King of Portugal prisoner in 1169, he made no political use of his success. He extended his dominions southward in Extremadura at the expense of the Moors.

Ferdinand earned the reputation of a good knight and hard fighter, but did not display political or organising faculty.

By Urraca, married, around 1165, Ferdinand had his son and successor:

Alfonso IX. Following her repudiation, he formed a relationship with Theresa Fernández de Traba, daughter of count Fernando Pérez de Traba, and in August 1179 he married her, having:

Ferdinand (1178-1187), legitimized through his parents' subsequent marriage child, b. and d. 6 February 1180, whose birth led to the death of its mother He then formed a liaison with Urraca López de Haro, daughter of Lópe Díaz de Haro, who he married in May 1187, having:

García (1182-1184) Alfonso, b.1184, legitimized through the subsequent marriage of his parents, died before his father. Sancho (1186-1220), lord of Fines



Ferdinand created the mulitaz-rebgiories Order of Santiago de Compostela, with the task to protect the pilgrims traveling to the tomb of the Apostle James in the Cathedral of Compostela


Ferdinand II (1137 – 22 January 1188) was King of León and Galicia from 1157 to his death.

Born in Toledo, Castile, he was the son of King Alfonso VII of León and Castile and of Berenguela, of the House of Barcelona. At his father's death, he received the León and Galicia, while his brother Sancho received Castile and Toledo.[1] Ferdinand earned the reputation of a good knight and hard fighter, but did not display political or organising faculty.

He spent most of his first year as king in a dispute with his powerful nobles and an invasion by his brother Sancho III.[2] In 1158 the two brother met at Sahagun, and peacefully solved the heritage matters. However, Sancho died in the same year, being succeeded by his child son Alfonso VIII, while Ferdinand occupied parts of Castile.[3] The boundary troubles with Castile restarted in 1164: he then met at Soria with the Lara family, who represented Alfonso VIII, and a truce was established, allowing him to move against the Muslim Almoravids who still held much of southern Spain, and to capture the cities of Alcántara and Alburquerque. In the same year, Ferdinand defeated King Afonso I of Portugal, who, in 1163, had occupied Salamanca in retaliation for the repopulation of the area ordered by the King of León.

In 1165 he married Urraca, daughter of Afonso of Portugal. However, strife with Portugal was not put to an end by this move. In 1168 Afonso again felt menaced by Ferdinand II's repopulation of the area of Ciudad Rodrigo: he then attacked Galicia, occupying Tui and the territory of Xinzo de Limia, former fiefs of his mother. However, as his troops were also besieging the Muslim citadel of Badajoz, Ferdinand II was able to push the Portuguese out of Galicia and to rush to Badajoz. When Afonso saw the Leonese arrive tried to flee, but he was disabled by a broken leg caused by a fall from his horse, and made prisoner at one the city's gate. Afonso was obliged to surrender as his ransom almost all the conquests he had made in Galicia in the previous year. In the peace signed at Pontevedra the following year, Ferdinand got back twenty five castle, and the cities of Cáceres, Badajoz, Trujillo, Santa Cruz and Montánchez, previously lost by León. When in the same years the Almoravids laid siege to the Portuguese city of Santarém, Ferdinand II came to help his father-in-law, and helped to free the city from the menace.

Also in 1170, Ferdinand created the military-religious Order of Santiago de Compostela, with the task to protect the pilgrim travelling to the tomb of the apostle James in the cathedral of Compostela. The order had its seat first in Cáceres and then in Uclés.

In 1175 Pope Alexander III annulled Ferdinand II and Urraca of Portugal's marriage due to consanguinuity. The King remarried to Teresa Nuñez de Lara, daughter of count Nuño de Lara. In 1178 war against Castile broke out. Ferdinand surprised his nephew Alfonso VIII, occupied Castrojeriz and Dueñas. The war was settled in 1180 with the peace of Tordesillas. In the same year his wife Teresa died while bearing their second son.

In 1184, after a series of failed attempts, the Almohad caliph Abu Yaqub Yusuf invaded Portugal with an army recruited in Northern Africa and, in May, besieged Afonso I in Santarém; the Portuguese were helped by the arrival of the armies sent by the archbishop of Santiago de Compostela, in June, and by Ferdinand II in July.

In 1185 Ferdinand married for the third time to Urraca López de Haro (daughter of Lope Díaz, lord of Biscay, Nájera and Haro), who was his mistress since 1180. Urraca tried in vain to have Alfonso IX, first son of Ferdinand II, declared illegitimate, to favour her son Sancho.

Ferdinand II died in 1188 at Benavente, while returning from a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. He was buried in the cathedral of Compostela.

Contents [hide] 1 Family 2 Notes 3 References 4 Further reading 5 External links

[edit] Family Ferdinand married Urraca around 1165, they had one son:

Alfonso IX.[4] Following her repudiation, he formed a relationship with Teresa Fernández de Traba, daughter of count Fernando Pérez de Traba, and in August 1179 he married her, having:[citation needed]

Ferdinand (1178-1187), legitimized through his parents' subsequent marriage child, b. and d. 6 February 1180, whose birth led to the death of its mother He then formed a liaison with Urraca López de Haro,[5] daughter of Lope Díaz I de Haro, who he married in May 1187, having:

García (1182-1184) Alfonso, b.1184, legitimized through the subsequent marriage of his parents, died before his father. Sancho (1186-1220), lord of Fines [edit] Notes ^ Busk, M. M., The history of Spain and Portugal from B.C. 1000 to A.D. 1814, (Baldwin and Cradock, 1833), 31. ^ The Encyclopaedia Britannica, Vol.9, Ed. Thomas Spencer Baynes, (Henry G. Allen and Company, 1888), 80. ^ Busk, 32 ^ Leese, Thelma Anna, Blood royal: issue of the kings and queens of medieval England, 1066-1399, (Heritage Books, 1996), 47. ^ Medieval Iberia: an encyclopedia, Ed. E. Michael Gerlis and Samuel G. Armistead, (Taylor & Francis, 2003), 329. [edit] References Busk, M. M., The history of Spain and Portugal from B.C. 1000 to A.D. 1814, Baldwin and Cradock, 1833. Leese, Thelma Anna, Blood royal: issue of the kings and queens of medieval England, 1066-1399, Heritage Books, 1996. Medieval Iberia: an encyclopedia, Ed. E. Michael Gerlis and Samuel G. Armistead, Taylor & Francis, 2003. [edit] Further reading Szabolcs de Vajay, "From Alfonso VIII to Alfonso X" in Studies in Genealogy and Family History in Tribute to Charles Evans on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday, 1989, pp. 366-417.



Son of the Emperor Alfonso VII, King of Leon and Queen Berengaria of Barcelona, his paternal grandparents were Count Raymond of Burgundy and Queen Urraca de León I, being the maternal grandparents of Barcelona Ramon Berenguer III, Count of Barcelona, and Countess his wife Dulce de Provence. They were his brothers, among others, Sancho III of Castile and Sancha of Castile and Barcelona, who married Sancho VI the Wise, King of Navarre. He was brother of Sancha de Castilla and Poland, who married Alfonso II the Chaste, king of Aragon.


Ferdinand II (of León) (1137-88), king of León (1157-88). He was the second son of Alfonso II, king of Castile, who was also king of León as Alfonso VII. Ferdinand was noted both for his intermittent wars with Castile and Portugal and for his reorganization, about 1170, of the military Order of Saint James of the Sword (Santiago de la Espada) to participate in the campaign to drive the Moors from Spain.

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Fernan Arias de Saavedra, Señor de esta casa y estados en 1070, Rico-hombre y valido del Rey D. García de Galicia , á quien por envidia de su privanza, valor y acierto mató el Conde don Rodrigo Froyaz de Trastamara en el Palacio Real y se pasó á Francia, originándose de esto grandes bandos y guerras que abrieron camino al Rey D. Sancho para prender á su hermano y apoderarse del Reino: Fernan entró á suceder á sus padres por haber muerto los moros á su hermano mayor Oduar Arias de Saavedra en una batalla, y casó con doña Teresa Mendez Sorred de Sotomayor.

(DICCIONARIO HISTÓRICO, GENEALÓGICO Y HERÁLDICO DE LAS FAMILIAS ILUSTRES DE LA MONARQUÍA ESPAÑOLA. - TOMO II http://books.google.com.uy/books)


Fernan Arias de Saavedra, fué Señor de esta casa; sus estados y los de Arias y toda la tierra de Limia en 1147, y fundó el castillo de Batícela en 1164, siendo Rico-hombre de D. Alonso VII, su Alcaide de Compostela y su Capitan general de toda la gente de Galicia, siguiéndole la de Limia en la conquista de Almería; tambien fué Ricohombre de D. Fernando II de Leon y se halló en la batalla de Badajoz y prision del Rey D. Alonso Enriquez I de Portugal; fué casado con doña Teresa Bermudez de Trava, Fernan Arias de Saavedra, fué Señor de esta casa; sus estados y los de Arias y toda la tierra de Limia en 1147, y fundó el castillo de Batícela en 1164, siendo Rico-hombre de D. Alonso VII, su Alcaide de Compostela y su Capitan general de toda la gente de Galicia, siguiéndole la de Limia en la conquista de Almería; tambien fué Ricohombre de D. Fernando II de Leon y se halló en la batalla de Badajoz y prision del Rey D. Alonso Enriquez I de Portugal; fué casado con doña Teresa Bermudez de Trava, hija del Conde de Trastamara D. Bermudo Perez de Trava y de la Señora infanta doña Teresa Enriquez, su esposa, hermana del Rey Lusitano D. Enrique , por cuyo casamiento se pacificó la casa de Trava y la de Saavedra en sus enemistades.

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Born in Toledo, Castile, he was the son of King Alfonso VII of León and Castile and of Berenguela, of the House of Barcelona. At his father's death, he received the León and Galicia, while his brother Sancho received Castile and Toledo.[1] Ferdinand earned the reputation of a good knight and hard fighter, but did not display political or organising faculty.

He spent most of his first year as king in a dispute with his powerful nobles and an invasion by his brother Sancho III.[2] In 1158 the two brother met at Sahagun, and peacefully solved the heritage matters. However, Sancho died in the same year, being succeeded by his child son Alfonso VIII, while Ferdinand occupied parts of Castile.[3] The boundary troubles with Castile restarted in 1164: he then met at Soria with the Lara family, who represented Alfonso VIII, and a truce was established, allowing him to move against the Muslim Almoravids who still held much of southern Spain, and to capture the cities of Alcántara and Alburquerque. In the same year, Ferdinand defeated King Afonso I of Portugal, who, in 1163, had occupied Salamanca in retaliation for the repopulation of the area ordered by the King of León.

In 1165 he married Urraca, daughter of Afonso of Portugal. However, strife with Portugal was not put to an end by this move. In 1168 Afonso again felt menaced by Ferdinand II's repopulation of the area of Ciudad Rodrigo: he then attacked Galicia, occupying Tui and the territory of Xinzo de Limia, former fiefs of his mother. However, as his troops were also besieging the Muslim citadel of Badajoz, Ferdinand II was able to push the Portuguese out of Galicia and to rush to Badajoz. When Afonso saw the Leonese arrive tried to flee, but he was disabled by a broken leg caused by a fall from his horse, and made prisoner at one the city's gates. Afonso was obliged to surrender as his ransom almost all the conquests he had made in Galicia in the previous year. In the peace signed at Pontevedra the following year, Ferdinand got back twenty five castles, and the cities of Cáceres, Badajoz, Trujillo, Santa Cruz and Montánchez, previously lost by León. When in the same years the Almoravids laid siege to the Portuguese city of Santarém, Ferdinand II came to help his father-in-law, and helped to free the city from the menace.

Also in 1170, Ferdinand created the military-religious Order of Santiago de Compostela, with the task to protect the pilgrim travelling to the tomb of the apostle James in the cathedral of Compostela. The order had its seat first in Cáceres and then in Uclés.

In 1175 Pope Alexander III annulled Ferdinand II and Urraca of Portugal's marriage due to consanguinuity. The King remarried to Teresa Nuñez de Lara, daughter of count Nuño de Lara. In 1178 war against Castile broke out. Ferdinand surprised his nephew Alfonso VIII, occupied Castrojeriz and Dueñas. The war was settled in 1180 with the peace of Tordesillas. In the same year his wife Teresa died while bearing their second son.

In 1184, after a series of failed attempts, the Almohad caliph Abu Yaqub Yusuf invaded Portugal with an army recruited in Northern Africa and, in May, besieged Afonso I in Santarém; the Portuguese were helped by the arrival of the armies sent by the archbishop of Santiago de Compostela, in June, and by Ferdinand II in July.

In 1185 Ferdinand married for the third time to Urraca López de Haro (daughter of Lope Díaz, lord of Biscay, Nájera and Haro), who was his mistress since 1180. Urraca tried in vain to have Alfonso IX, first son of Ferdinand II, declared illegitimate, to favour her son Sancho.

Ferdinand II died in 1188 at Benavente, while returning from a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. He was buried in the cathedral of Compostela. Sepulcher of Ferdinand II in the Royal Pantheon of the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. Contents [hide]

   * 1 Family
   * 2 Notes
   * 3 References
   * 4 Further reading
   * 5 External links

[edit] Family

Ferdinand married Urraca around 1165, they had one son:

   * Alfonso IX.[4]

Following her repudiation, he formed a relationship with Teresa Fernández de Traba, daughter of count Fernando Pérez de Traba, and in August 1179 he married her, having:[citation needed]

   * Ferdinand (1178–1187), legitimized through his parents' subsequent marriage
   * child, b. and d. 6 February 1180, whose birth led to the death of its mother

He then formed a liaison with Urraca López de Haro,[5] daughter of Lope Díaz I de Haro, who he married in May 1187, having:

   * García (1182–1184)
   * Alfonso, b.1184, legitimized through the subsequent marriage of his parents, died before his father.
   * Sancho (1186–1220), lord of Fines

Fernando II, Rey de León was born between 1128 and 1149. He was the son of Alfonso VII, Rey de Castilla and Berengaria de Provence.1 He married, firstly, Urraca de Portugal, daughter of Afonso I de Bourgogne, Rei de Portugal and Matilda di Savoia, in 1165.1 He and Urraca de Portugal were divorced in 1175.1 He married, secondly, Theresa de Lara, daughter of Nuño Perez de Lara, in 1176.1 He died on 21 January 1188.
    Fernando II, Rey de León succeeded to the title of Rey Fernando II de León in 1157.1 Child of Fernando II, Rey de León and Theresa de Lara
   * Sancho de Castilla, Lord of Aquilar del Campo1 d. 1217

Child of Fernando II, Rey de León and Urraca de Portugal

   * Alfonso IX, Rey de Castilla y León+1 b. 15 Aug 1171, d. 24 Sep 1230

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Life[edit] Born in Toledo, Castile, he was the son of King Alfonso VII of León and Castile and of Berenguela, of the House of Barcelona. At his father's death, he received León and Galicia, while his brother Sancho received Castile and Toledo.[1] Ferdinand earned the reputation of a good knight and hard fighter, but did not display political or organising faculty.

He spent most of his first year as king in a dispute with his powerful nobles and an invasion by his brother Sancho III.[2] In 1158 the two brothers met at Sahagun, and peacefully solved the heritage matters. However, Sancho died in the same year, being succeeded by his child son Alfonso VIII, while Ferdinand occupied parts of Castile.[3] The boundary troubles with Castile restarted in 1164: he then met at Soria with the Lara family, who represented Alfonso VIII, and a truce was established, allowing him to move against the Muslim Almoravids who still held much of southern Spain, and to capture the cities of Alcántara and Alburquerque. In the same year, Ferdinand defeated King Afonso I of Portugal, who, in 1163, had occupied Salamanca in retaliation for the repopulation of the area ordered by the King of León.

In 1165 he married Urraca, daughter of Afonso of Portugal. However, strife with Portugal was not put to an end by this move. In 1168 Afonso again felt menaced by Ferdinand II's repopulation of the area of Ciudad Rodrigo: he then attacked Galicia, occupying Tui and the territory of Xinzo de Limia, former fiefs of his mother. However, as his troops were also besieging the Muslim citadel of Badajoz, Ferdinand II was able to push the Portuguese out of Galicia and to rush to Badajoz. When Afonso saw the Leonese arrive he tried to flee, but he was disabled by a broken leg caused by a fall from his horse, and made prisoner at one the city's gates. Afonso was obliged to surrender as his ransom almost all the conquests he had made in Galicia in the previous year. In the peace signed at Pontevedra the following year, Ferdinand got back twenty five castles, and the cities of Cáceres, Badajoz, Trujillo, Santa Cruz and Montánchez, previously lost by León. When in the same years the Almoravids laid siege to the Portuguese city of Santarém, Ferdinand II came to help his father-in-law, and helped to free the city from the menace.

Also in 1170, Ferdinand created the military-religious Order of Santiago de Compostela, with the task to protect pilgrims travelling to the tomb of the apostle James in the cathedral of Compostela. The order had its seat first in Cáceres and then in Uclés.

In 1175 Pope Alexander III annulled Ferdinand II and Urraca of Portugal's marriage due to consanguinuity. The King remarried to Teresa Fernández de Traba, daughter of count Fernando Pérez de Traba, and widow of count Nuño Pérez de Lara. In 1178 war against Castile broke out. Ferdinand surprised his nephew Alfonso VIII, occupied Castrojeriz and Dueñas, both formerly lands of Teresa's first husband. The war was settled in 1180 with the peace of Tordesillas. In the same year his wife Teresa died while bearing their second son.

In 1184, after a series of failed attempts, the Almohad caliph Abu Yaqub Yusuf invaded Portugal with an army recruited in Northern Africa and, in May, besieged Afonso I in Santarém; the Portuguese were helped by the arrival of the armies sent by the archbishop of Santiago de Compostela, in June, and by Ferdinand II in July.

In 1185 Ferdinand married for the third time to Urraca López de Haro (daughter of Lope Díaz, lord of Biscay, Nájera and Haro), who was his mistress since 1180. Urraca tried in vain to have Alfonso IX, first son of Ferdinand II, declared illegitimate, to favour her son Sancho.

Ferdinand II died in 1188 at Benavente, while returning from a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. He was buried in the cathedral of Compostela.

Sepulcher of Ferdinand II in the Royal Pantheon of the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. In 1230 Forty two years after Ferdinand II's death his namesake grandson Ferdinand III of Castile united Castile with Leon permanently forever.

Family[edit] Ferdinand married Urraca of Portugal around 1165, they had one son:

Alfonso IX.[4] Following her repudiation, he formed a relationship with Teresa Fernández de Traba, daughter of count Fernando Pérez de Traba, and in August 1179 he married her, having:[citation needed]

Ferdinand (1178–1187), legitimized through his parents' subsequent marriage child, b. and d. 6 February 1180, whose birth led to the death of its mother He then formed a liaison with Urraca López de Haro,[5] daughter of Lope Díaz I de Haro, whom he married in May 1187, having:

García (1182–1184) Alfonso, b.1184, legitimized through the subsequent marriage of his parents, died before his father. Sancho (1186–1220), lord of Fines



Born in Toledo, Castile, he was the son of King Alfonso VII of León and Castile and of Berenguela, of the House of Barcelona. At his father's death, he received León and Galicia, while his brother Sancho received Castile and Toledo. Ferdinand earned the reputation of a good knight and hard fighter, but did not display political or organising faculty.

He spent most of his first year as king in a dispute with his powerful nobles and an invasion by his brother Sancho III. In 1158 the two brother met at Sahagun, and peacefully solved the heritage matters. However, Sancho died in the same year, being succeeded by his child son Alfonso VIII, while Ferdinand occupied parts of Castile. The boundary troubles with Castile restarted in 1164: he then met at Soria with the Lara family, who represented Alfonso VIII, and a truce was established, allowing him to move against the Muslim Almoravids who still held much of southern Spain, and to capture the cities of Alcántara and Alburquerque. In the same year, Ferdinand defeated King Afonso I of Portugal, who, in 1163, had occupied Salamanca in retaliation for the repopulation of the area ordered by the King of León.

In 1165 he married Urraca, daughter of Afonso of Portugal. However, strife with Portugal was not put to an end by this move. In 1168 Afonso again felt menaced by Ferdinand II's repopulation of the area of Ciudad Rodrigo: he then attacked Galicia, occupying Tui and the territory of Xinzo de Limia, former fiefs of his mother. However, as his troops were also besieging the Muslim citadel of Badajoz, Ferdinand II was able to push the Portuguese out of Galicia and to rush to Badajoz. When Afonso saw the Leonese arrive tried to flee, but he was disabled by a broken leg caused by a fall from his horse, and made prisoner at one the city's gates. Afonso was obliged to surrender as his ransom almost all the conquests he had made in Galicia in the previous year. In the peace signed at Pontevedra the following year, Ferdinand got back twenty five castles, and the cities of Cáceres, Badajoz, Trujillo, Santa Cruz and Montánchez, previously lost by León. When in the same years the Almoravids laid siege to the Portuguese city of Santarém, Ferdinand II came to help his father-in-law, and helped to free the city from the menace.

Also in 1170, Ferdinand created the military-religious Order of Santiago de Compostela, with the task to protect the pilgrim travelling to the tomb of the apostle James in the cathedral of Compostela. The order had its seat first in Cáceres and then in Uclés.

In 1175 Pope Alexander III annulled Ferdinand II and Urraca of Portugal's marriage due to consanguinuity. The King remarried to Teresa Fernández de Traba, daughter of count Fernando Pérez de Traba, and widow of count Nuño Pérez de Lara. In 1178 war against Castile broke out. Ferdinand surprised his nephew Alfonso VIII, occupied Castrojeriz and Dueñas, both formerly lands of Teresa's first husband. The war was settled in 1180 with the peace of Tordesillas. In the same year his wife Teresa died while bearing their second son. In 1184, after a series of failed attempts, the Almohad caliph Abu Yaqub Yusuf invaded Portugal with an army recruited in Northern Africa and, in May, besieged Afonso I in Santarém; the Portuguese were helped by the arrival of the armies sent by the archbishop of Santiago de Compostela, in June, and by Ferdinand II in July. In 1185 Ferdinand married for the third time to Urraca López de Haro (daughter of Lope Díaz, lord of Biscay, Nájera and Haro), who was his mistress since 1180. Urraca tried in vain to have Alfonso IX, first son of Ferdinand II, declared illegitimate, to favour her son Sancho.

Ferdinand II died in 1188 at Benavente, while returning from a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. He was buried in the cathedral of Compostela.

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Fernando II de León

Sosa : 5,670,524 (Fernando II de León Rey) Rey

Born in 1137 - Spain Deceased 22 January 1188 - Spain, aged 51 years old Buried - Santiago, La Coruña, Galicia, Spain

Parents sosa Alfonso VII de León, Rey , born 1 March 1105 - Caldas de Reyes, Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain, baptized - Castile, Spain, deceased 21 August 1157 - Sierra Morena, Iberian Peninsula, Spain aged 52 years old , buried - Toledo, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain Married (1127/8), Castillo de Saldaña, to sosa Berenguela de Barcelona, Reina , born in 1116 - Barcelona, el Barcelonès, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, deceased 3 February 1149 aged 33 years old , buried - Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, Provincia da la Coruña, Galicia, Spain

Spouses, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren Married (1177/8) to sosa Teresa Fernández de la Traba, born in 1132 - Spain, deceased 6 February 1180 - León, Castilla y León, Spain aged 48 years old , buried in 1180 - León, Castilla y León, Spain (Parents : M sosa Fernando Pérez de Traba 1040-1155 & F sosa Teresa Alfonsez de León, Condesa de Portugal 1080-1130) with M Fernando de León 1178-1187 Married 10 May 1165, Of, Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal, to sosa Urraca de Portugal, born in 1151 - Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal, deceased 16 October 1188 - Valladolid, Valladolid, Castilla y León, Spain aged 37 years old , buried - Monasterio de Santa María de Wamba (Valladolid, España) (Parents : M sosa Alfonso I El Conquistador de Portugal, Rey 1109-1185 & F sosa Mafalda de Saboya, Reina consorte de Portugal 1125-1157) with M sosa Alfonso IX King of Castille and Leon, Rey de León 1171-1230 Married in 1190, MISTRESS, to sosa Teresa Gil de Soverosa †1210/ with F María Alfonso de León 1200-1266 Married in 1236, Lara de los Infantes, Burgos, Castille y León, Spain, to Álvar Fernández de Lara, Señor de Lara ca 1210-1240/

María Alfonso de León 1200-1266  Married after 1240, Valladares, Spain, to Suero "Sarraça" Arias de Valladares †
María Alfonso de León 1200-1266  With Alfonso X El Sabio de Castilla, rey de Castilla 1221-1284 with : M Alfonso Fernández, el Niño †1281 F Berenguela Alfonso ? 1241- F Berenguela Alfonso 1253-1284
María Alfonso de León 1200-1266  With Alvaro Fernandez de Lara †1243 with : F Teresa Alvarez de Lara ca 1213- F Sancha Alfonso de León ca 1210-ca 1270 With Simón Rodríguez (Sol. Ruiz), Señor de los Cameros †1277 M Martín Alfonso de León 1220-1272 With María Mendez de Sousa † F sosa Urraca Alfonso de León 1228-ca 1252 With sosa Pedro Ruiz de la Bureba de Mansilla 1129- with : F sosa Urraca Pérez de Bureba x 1159-1230
Urraca Alfonso de León 1228-ca 1252  With Pedro de Guzmán, Señor de GuzmánSeñor de Derruña y San Román ca 1220- with : M Pedro Núñez de Guzmán Sr. de Brizuela y Manzanedo 1290-
Urraca Alfonso de León 1228-ca 1252  With sosa Pedro Núñez de Guzmán, Sr. de Guzmán †1265 with : M sosa Fernan Perez de Guzman, Señor de Valadazot y Villanueva †
Urraca Alfonso de León 1228-ca 1252  With sosa Lope Diaz de Haro II 1191-1236 with : M Alfonso Lopez de Haro †ca 1268 M sosa Alfonso Lopez De Haro 1202-1264 M Manrique López de Haro 1204-1236 M Fernando López de Haro 1206- F Berenguela López de Haro 1208-1296 M sosa Diego López III de Haro 1210-1254 F Mencia Lopez De Haro 1210-1270 M Lope López de Haro 1212-
Alfonso IX King of Castille and Leon, Rey de León 1171-1230  Married in 1191, Guimarães, Braga, Portugal, to Teresa de Portugal, Reina de Portugal 1178-1250 with M Fernando de León †1214 F Sancha De León 1191-1242 F Dulce De León 1194-1248
Alfonso IX King of Castille and Leon, Rey de León 1171-1230  Married 17 November 1197, Valladolid, Castilla y León, Spain, to sosa Berenguela de Castilla, Reina de Castilla 1180-1246 with M Ferdinand Of Castille 1198-1252 Married in 1234, Seville, Sevilla, Andalucia, Spain, to Jeanne Countess Ponthieu Dedammartin 1208-1278 with : F Queen Eleanor Of Castle x 1240-1290 M Juan Sednor Prince of Marchena Leon & Castile 1246-1283 M sosa Fernando III el Santo de León y de Castilla, Rey de Castilla 1199-1252 Married 30 November 1219, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spain, to sosa Isabel de Suabia, Reina consorte de Castilla ca 1198-1235 with : M Alfonso X El Sabio de Castilla, rey de Castilla 1221-1284 M Fadrique Fernández de Castilla 1223-1277 M Fernando De Castilla Y Leon /1225-/1248 M Enrqiue Fernandez Castile 1230-1303 M Felipe de Castilla y León, Señor de Valdecomeja 1231-1274 F Leonor de Castilla, Reina Consorte de Inglaterra 1232/-1290 M Sancho Fernández, Arzobispo de Sevilla y de Toledo 1233-1261 M sosa Manuel Fernández de Castilla, Infante de Castilla y León 1234-1283 F Berenguela Fernández Castile 1234-1279 F María Fernández Castile /1235-1235 M Luis de Castilla ?, Sr. de Marchena y Zuheros 1243-1279 M Simón, Infante de Castilla y León ? 1244- M Juan, Infante de Castilla y León ? 1246-1246
Fernando III el Santo de León y de Castilla, Rey de Castilla 1199-1252  Married in October 1237, Burgos, Castile, Spain, to Jeanne de Dammartin 1220-1279 with : M Fernando De Castille † F Eleanor de Castile, Queen consort of England 1240-1290 M Louis ?, de Castilla 1243-1275 M Simon de Castilla 1244-1244 M Juan Castile ca 1246-1246 F Constanza de Castilla 1200-1242 F Berenguela de León 1200-1237 With John de Brienne ca 1198-1237
Berenguela de León 1200-1237  Married in 1223, Toledo, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, to Jean De Brienne,, King of Jerusalem ca 1148-1237 with : F Marie Of Brienne, Latin Empress Consort of Constantinople ca 1224-1275 F Leonor de Castilla 1202-1202 M sosa Alfonso de Castilla, Señor de Molina y Mesa 1202-1272 With Teresa Gonzalez de Lara 1202- with : F Berengeira Alfonzes de Molina ca 1222-1272 F Urraca Alfonsez de Molina Téllez de Meneses 1225-
Alfonso de Castilla, Señor de Molina y Mesa 1202-1272  Married in 1260 to Mayor Alfonso de Meneses, Señora de Meneses y Villanueva x 1230- with : M Pedro Gonzalez De Molina † F Urraca Alfonso Molina ca 1220- M Juana Alfonso De Molina ca 1246-1280/ F Uracca De Molina ca 1246- F Leonora De Molino ca 1256- F Johanna De Molino ca 1262- F María de Molina 1264-1321 M Juan Alfonso De Molina ca 1268- M Affonso Tellez De Meneses ca 1297-1318
Alfonso de Castilla, Señor de Molina y Mesa 1202-1272  Married in 1240 to Mafalda ( Teresa) Gonzalez de Lara 1217-1245 with : M Fernando Alonso de Molina 1242-1250 F Blanca Alfonso de Castilla 1243-1293 F Juana Alfonso De Molina 1245-1308
Alfonso de Castilla, Señor de Molina y Mesa 1202-1272  With Teresa Peres de Bragança ca 1224-1246
Alfonso de Castilla, Señor de Molina y Mesa 1202-1272  With sosa Teresa Peres De Bragança ca 1175- with : F sosa Leonor Alonso de Molina 1220-
Alfonso de Castilla, Señor de Molina y Mesa 1202-1272  With Mafalda ( Teresa) Gonzalez de Lara 1217-1245 with : F Juana Alfonso de Molina 1245-1280 M X Alfonso ca 1220-1272 Married about 1245 to De Meneses †
Alfonso IX King of Castille and Leon, Rey de León 1171-1230  Married in 1205, Portugal, to sosa Aldonza Martinez de Silva 1184-1246 with M Rodrigo Alfonso de León, Señor de Aliger y Castro del Río 1206-1267 With Inés Rodríguez de Cabrera † with : F Sancha Alfonso de Leon † M Pedro Alfonso de León ca 1210- M Pedro Alfonso de Léon, senhor de Astorga † F Aldonza Rodríguez De León, señora de Villamartín †
Rodrigo Alfonso de León, Señor de Aliger y Castro del Río 1206-1267  With Inés De Cabrera Señora de cabrera y rivera † with : F Aldonza de cabrera y Rivera † M Juan Ramirez de cabrera y Rivera † M Martin Ruiz de Leon † F sosa Aldonza Alfonso de León ca 1207-1266 Married before June 1230 to sosa Pedro Ponce de Cabrera, Sr. del Valle de Aria 1190-1264 with : M Rodrigo Pérez Ponce †1354 F Aldonza Ponce de León † F Elvira Pérez Ponce de León † F Juana Pérez Ponce de León † M Pedro Perez Ponce de Leon † M Álvar Pérez Ponce de León † M sosa Fernan Perez Ponce de Leon 1223-1292 M Ruy Pérez Ponce de León, Maestre de la Orden de Calatrava, Ayo de Fernando IV †1295 M Juan Ponce de León, Sr. de Lopera † M Fernán Pérez Ponce de León, Sr. de Cangas y de la Puebla de Asturias †1292 M Pedro Ponce de Cabrera y Alonso 1243-1358 M Pedro Ponce de Cabrera, Comendador de Castilla y Trece de la Orden de Santiago 1256-1280 F Violante Pérez Ponce de Leon † M Juan Ponce de Cabrera, Sr. de Cabra y Torre de Pajares 1260- M Pedro Ponce de Cabrera IV Sr. de la Torre de Arias Cabrera 1300-
Aldonza Alfonso de León ca 1207-1266  With Pedro Ponce de Cabrera † with : M Fernando Ponce de Leon Señor de Gangas y de Pueblas de Asturias † F sosa Teresa Alfonso de León x ca 1225- With sosa Nuño González de Lara, El Bueno 1240- with : M Juan Núñez I de Lara †1294 M sosa Juan Núñez, I de Lara † F Teresa Nunez ca 1220- F sosa Leonor Fernandes de Lara 1270-
Alfonso IX King of Castille and Leon, Rey de León 1171-1230  Married about 1214, Leon, Spain, to Inés Iñiguez de Mendoza † with F Urraca Alfonso de Leon, Señora de Vizcaya ca 1195- With Lope Diaz de Haro y Manrique de Lara 1170-1236 with : M Lope "El Chico" Lopez de Haro 1200-1253 M Sancho Prince Of Leon ca 1176-1217  With Teresa Díaz de Haro 1190- with M Diaz Sanchez de Fines I Señor de Fines ca 1212-1260 With Teresa Gomez de Villalobos † F María Sanchez De Fines 1215- With Ruy Perez de Castro 1210- M Lope Sancho De Lopera I Señor de Valenzuela † With Sancha Alfonso de Leon † with : F Sancha Alfonso De Valenzuela 1165- M Pedro Sánchez de Valenzuela † M Sancho Martinez de Jodar † M Fernando ?, infante de León y Castilla 1178-1214 M García Fernández De Leon 1181-1184 M García Fernández, Infante de León 1182-1184 M Alfonso ? 1184- M Sancho "El Cañamero" el de León, Sr. de Monteagudo 1186- Married in May 1187 to Urraca López de Haro, Reina Consorte , born in 1151 - Coimbra, Portugal, deceased - Villena, Alicante, Comunitat Valenciana, Spain (Parents : M Lope Díaz de Haro 1110-1170 &  F Aldonza Rodriguez de Castro, Condesa 1135-1207) with M García Fernández de León 1182-1184 M Alfonso Fernandez de Leon 1184-1188 M Sancho El Cañamero, infante Fernández de León, II señor de Monteagudo y Aguilar 1186-1220

Siblings M Ramón de Castilla 1136- M sosa Sancho III El Deseado de Castilla, Rey 1136-1158 Married 4 February 1151, Calahora, Spain, to sosa Blanca de Castilla, Infanta de Navarra 1133-1156 F Constanza de Castilla 1136-1160 Married 18 November 1153, Castilla, La Mancha, Toledo, España., to Louis VII x, Roi des Francs 1120-1180 M García de Castilla 1142-1146 M Alfonso de Castilla 1144-1149 F Sancha de Castilla 1154-1208 With Sancho García Navarre 1132-1194

Sancha de Castilla 1154-1208 Married 11 January 1174, Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain, to Alonso II de Aragón El Casto /1157-
Sancha de Castilla 1154-1208 Relationship with ? ?
Sancha de Castilla 1154-1208 With Alfonso II de Aragón †1196
Sancha de Castilla 1154-1208 With Sanche Iv (Dit Le Sage) De Navarre-De L'Aigle 1132-1194
Sancha de Castilla 1154-1208 With Sancho VI "El Sabio" de Navarra †
Sancha de Castilla 1154-1208 Relationship with ? ?

Half-siblings On the side of sosa Alfonso VII de León, Rey , born 1 March 1105 - Caldas de Reyes, Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain, baptized - Castile, Spain, deceased 21 August 1157 - Sierra Morena, Iberian Peninsula, Spain aged 52 years old , buried - Toledo, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain with Riquilda de Polonia, Castile , born in 1140, deceased 16 June 1185 aged 45 years old F Sancha of Castile Queen of Aragon 1155-1208 Married 18 January 1174, Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Aragón, Spain, to Alfonso I de Aragón, Rey 1157-1196

Sancha of Castile Queen of Aragon 1155-1208 With Sancho García Navarre 1132-1194
Sancha of Castile Queen of Aragon 1155-1208 With Alonso II de Aragón El Casto /1157-
Sancha of Castile Queen of Aragon 1155-1208 With Alfonso II de Aragón †1196 F Sancha De Castilla y Polonia Reine Consorte de Aragon † With Alfonso "el Casto" ?, II King of Aragon 1152-1196 F Sancha de Castilla x † With Alfonso x, King of Aragon 1157-1196
Sancha de Castilla x † Married 18 January 1174, Zaragoza, Spain, to Alfonso II of Aragon ? 1157-1196
Sancha de Castilla x † With Alfonso I ?, Rey de Aragón 1157-1196 with Gontroda Pérez, born in 1106 - Toledo, Toledo, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, deceased 29 June 1187 aged 81 years old , buried in July 1187 - Oviedo, Asturias, Spain F Urraca "La Asturiana" Alfonso de Castilla 1132-1164 With Álvaro Rodríguez de Castro † with Urraca Fernandez de Castro F Estefanía La Desdichada Alfonso †1180 With Fernando El Castellano Rodriguez de Castro

Paternal grand-parents, uncles and aunts M sosa Raimundo de Borgoña, Conde 1065-1107 married (1091) F sosa Urraca I de León, Reina 1079-1126 F Sancha Raimunda De León 1095-1159 not married, Without posterity F Sancha Princess Of Castile And Leon 1102/-1159 not married, Without posterity M sosa Alfonso VII de León, Rey 1105-1157 married 1 7 children , married 2(1152) 3 children , with 3 1 child , with 4 1 child

F sosa Urraca I de León, Reina 1079-1126 married (1109)M Alfonso I De Aragón 1073-

F sosa Urraca I de León, Reina 1079-1126 married (1114)M Pierre Gonzales, Conde De Lara ca 1075-1130 M Fernando "El Furtado" Pérez de Lara 1120- with 1 child

Maternal grand-parents, uncles and aunts M sosa Ramón Berenguer III de Barcelona, Conde with F sosa Dulce de Provenza, Condesa F sosa Berenguela de Barcelona, Reina 1116-1149 married 7 children

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Events 1137 : Birth - Spain 22 January 1188 : Death - Benavente, Guarda, Portugal 22 January 1188 : Death - Benavente, Santarém, Portugal (1177/8) : Marriage (with Teresa Fernández de la Traba) 10 May 1165 : Marriage (with Urraca de Portugal) - Of, Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal May 1187 : Marriage (with Urraca López de Haro) 22 January 1188 : Death - Spain --- : Burial - Santiago, La Coruña, Galicia, Spain



Dn. Fernando II Rey de León y Galicia, II Inglés: Fernando de Castilla y León, II También Conocido Como: "Fernando II de Borgoña", "King Fernando II of Leon", "King Of Leon /Fernando Ii/", "Rei de León" Fecha de nacimiento: 1137 Defunción: 22 de enero de 1188 (50-51) Benavente, Castille and Leon, Spain (España) Lugar de entierro: Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain Familia inmediata:

Hijo de Alfonso VII el Emperador, rey de Castilla y León y Da. Berenguela de Barcelona, reina consort de Lleó i Castella Marido de Da. Urraca de Portugal, rainha consorte de Leão; Teresa Núñez de Lara, reina consorte León y Urraca López de Haro, reina consorte León Padre de Alfonso IX de León; Fernando Fernández, infante de León; N.N., infante de León; García Fernández, infante de León; Alfonso Fernández de León, infante de León; y Sancho el Cañamero de León, señor de Monteagudo « menos Hermano de Sancho III el Deseado de Castilla, Rey de Castilla; Sancha de Castilla, Reina consorte de Navarra; García, Infante de Castilla; Alfonso, Infante de Castilla; Ramón, Infante de Castilla y 1 otro Medio hermano de Urraca la Asturiana Alfonso de Castilla; Da. Estefanía "la Desdichada" Alfonso, Señora del Infantado de León; Pedro Alonso de Benavides, gran maestre de Santiago; Fernando de Castilla, infante de León y Da. Sancha de Castilla, reina consorte de Aragón Profesión: Rey de León y Galicia (1157-1188), Râegent de Castille, KING OF LEON, King of Leon and Gilicia, Rei de Leao, roi de Léon et Galice, King, King of León and Galicia, Roi, de Léon, King of Leon, Rey de Leon, Rey de León, Rey, King of Leon and Galicia Administrado por: James Fred Patin, Jr. Última Actualización: 2 de junio de 2020

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Fernando II, rey de León's Timeline

1137
1137
1157
1157
Age 20
King of leon
1157
Age 20
King of leon
1157
Age 20
King of leon
1157
- 1188
Age 20
King of Leon
1171
August 15, 1171
Zamora, Castille and Leon, Spain
1178
1178
1180
February 6, 1180