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Edward IV of England and Lady Elizabeth Grey
Edward IV of England and Lady Elizabeth Grey, 1464 (1864). King Edward IV (1422-1483) calls in at Grafton, the residence of the Duchess of Bedford and her second husband, Richard Wodeville (Lord Rivers) during a hunting excursion in the Forest of Wychwood. There he meets and falls in love with Lady Elizabeth Grey (1437-1492), the widow of Sir John Grey, a Lancastrian noble. They were later married in secret.
- Image ref: 2376551
- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images