Person:Alfonso de-la-Cerda (1)

Principe Alfonso de-la-Cerda
m. 13 Nov 1269
  1. Principe Alfonso de-la-Cerda1270 - 1333
  2. Ferdinand _____, de la Cerda, Lord of Lara1275 - 1322
  • HPrincipe Alfonso de-la-Cerda1270 - 1333
  • WMathilde BrienneAbt 1273 - Aft 1348
  1. Alfonso de la Cerda1289 - 1327
  2. Luis de la Cerda1291 - 1348
  3. Margarita de la Cerda1293 - Aft 1328
  4. Duque Juan Alfonso de-la-Cerda1304 - 1348
Facts and Events
Name Principe Alfonso de-la-Cerda
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1270
Marriage to Mathilde Brienne
Death[1] 1333
Reference Number? Q2156930?

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Alfonso de la Cerda, (Valladolid 1270 - Ávila 1333), called "the disinherited," was the elder son of Ferdinand de la Cerda and his wife Blanche of France, and was a grandson of Alfonso X of Castile. Alfonso and his brother Fernando were candidates for the Castilian-Leonese crown during the reigns of Sancho IV of Castile, Ferdinand IV of Castile and Alfonso XI of Castile. In 1331, Alfonso renounced his rights and swore allegiance to Alfonso XI of Castile.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Alfonso de la Cerda (1270–1333), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.