Person:María II Díaz de Haro (1)

María II Díaz _____, de Haro
m. 1269
  1. María II Díaz _____, de Haro1270 - 1342
  2. Diego López IV _____, de Haro - 1289
m. Bef 11 May 1287
  1. María I Díaz _____, de HaroAbt 1292 - Bef 1299
  2. Juan de Castilla y HaroAft 1293 - 1326
Facts and Events
Name María II Díaz _____, de Haro
Alt Name Maria Diaz de Haro
Gender Female
Birth[1] 1270
Marriage Bef 11 May 1287 to John _____, of Castile, Lord of Valencia de Campos
Death[1] 1342
Reference Number? Q3015902?

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María Díaz I de Haro "the Good" (1270–1342) was a Spanish noblewoman of the House of Haro. She was the daughter of Lope Díaz III de Haro who was assassinated by order of the king at Alfaro, La Rioja. She is best known for being the Lady of Biscay and for her lifelong battle against her uncle, Diego López V de Haro, for the title of the lordship of Biscay.

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