Person:Henry of Almain (1)

Henry of Almain
b.2 Nov 1235
m. 30 Mar 1231
  1. John _____1232 - 1232
  2. Isabella _____Abt 1233 - 1234
  3. Henry of Almain1235 - 1271
  4. Nicholas _____1240 - 1240
m. 5 May 1269
Facts and Events
Name Henry of Almain
Gender Male
Birth? 2 Nov 1235 Haughley Castle
Marriage 5 May 1269 Windsor Castle, Berkshire, Englandto Constance of Montcada
Death? 13 Mar 1271 Viterbo, Viterbo, Lazio, Italy
Reference Number? Q949207?

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Henry of Almain (Anglo-Norman: Henri d'Almayne; 2 November 1235 – 13 March 1271), also called Henry of Cornwall, was the eldest son of Richard, Earl of Cornwall, afterwards King of the Romans, by his first wife Isabel Marshal. His surname is derived from a vowel shift in pronunciation of d'Allemagne ("of Germany"); he was so called by the elites of England because of his father's status as the elected German King of Almayne.

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