Elizabeth, Duchess of Suffolk
|born on||22 April 1444 Jul.Cal. (1 May 1444 greg.) at 01:56 (= 01:56 AM )|
|Place||Rouen, France, 49n26, 1e05|
|Timezone||LMT m1e05 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||10°32' 25°18 Asc. 15°41'|
French-English nobility, the fifth child and second daughter of Richard, Duke of York. She became Duchess of Suffolk through her marriage to John de la Pole, Chaucer's great-grandson.
- sibling relationship with Anne of York (born 10 August 1439 Jul.Cal. (19 Aug 1439 greg.))
- sibling relationship with Edmund, Earl of Rutland (born 17 May 1443 Jul.Cal. (26 May 1443 greg.))
- sibling relationship with Edward IV, King of England (born 28 April 1442 Jul.Cal. (7 May 1442 greg.))
- sibling relationship with Henry of York (born 10 February 1441 Jul.Cal. (19 Feb 1441 greg.))
- sibling relationship with Margaret of York (born 3 May 1446 Jul.Cal. (12 May 1446 greg.))
- sibling relationship with Plantagenet, George (born 21 October 1449 Jul.Cal. (30 Oct 1449 greg.))
- sibling relationship with Richard III, King of England (born 2 October 1452 Jul.Cal. (11 Oct 1452 greg.))
Martin Harvey quotes Birth Records (September 22, 1444 OS, 2:00 AM LAT). He gave the source: William of Worcester's Annales Rerum Anglicarum, printed in Liber Niger Scaccarii, London 1711, Vol. 2
atr: web sources like Wikipedia give 22 April. I checked the source Liber Niger Scaccarii myself, and found that Harvey has it wrong. 22 April is correct. 02:00 LAT gives 01:56 LMT.
Sy Scholfield also quotes April 22 in William Worcester's "Annales" (1728) translated and reprinted in James Gairdner's 1898 "History of the Life and Reign of Richard the Third" (Reprinted by Greenwood Press, 1969), p. 4: "Elizabeth, the second daughter, born at Rouen at two A.M. on Tuesday morning, April 22, 1444." Gairdner adds, "But April 22 was a Wednesday." Scholfield notes that in the original Latin it means the same: "in mane diei Martis" (on the morning of the day of Mars [i.e. Tuesday])" so in either language the day given does not match the date given. Gairdner adds a footnote on the same page: "The error here appears to be in the month, which should have been September. See the genealogy appended by Hearne to W. Wyrc., 525-6." Scholfield notes that 22 September 1444 is given in various accounts as Elizabeth's date of baptism at Rouen Cathedral. NB. William Worcestre (c. 1415 – c. 1482), was an English chronicler and antiquary.
- Family : Childhood : Order of birth (Fifth child, second daughter)
- Family : Relationship : Mate - Noted (John de la Pole, Duke of Suffolk)
- Notable : Famous : Royal family (France-England)