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About Martha Bromley

Woodville, Martha – (c1449 – after 1500) English Yorkist noblewoman Lady Martha Woodville (Wydeville) was one of the younger daughters of Sir Richard Woodville, first Earl of Rivers and his wife Jacquetta of Luxemburg, the widow of Prince John, Duke of Bedford the younger brother to King Henry V (1413 – 1422). Through her mother she was a descendant of the Emperor Charlemagne (800 – 814). Martha was probably born at the family estate of Grafton Regis, in Northamptonshire, and was raised there. Her eldest sister Elizabeth Woodville became the wife (1464) of King Edward IV, which subsequently raised the fortunes of the family. The fact that Martha became the wife of Sir John Bromley, of Bartomley and Hextall in Shropshire, a mere knight, rather than to peers like most of her sisters, indicates that her marriage took place (c1463), before her sister’s elevation to the throne. Lady Bromley was still living (1500) during the reign of her nephew Henry VII, but died sometime prior to the accession of Henry VIII (1509).

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Grafton Underwood, Northamptonshire, England
Age 50
Grafton Underwood, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom
Age 50