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Ludlow Castle seen from Whitcliffe Common, #Ludlow, #Shropshire.

Photo Ludlow Castle seen from Whitcliffe Common, Ludlow, Shropshire. - Shropshire and Beyond Picture Library

Ludlow Castle in Shropshire.  Residence of the family of Richard, Duke of York [1411-1460].  The stairs in the foreground lead to the Great Hall.

Plantagenet Dynasty: Ludlow Castle in Shropshire. Residence of the family of Richard, Duke of York The stairs in the foreground lead to the Great Hall.

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Detail from Ludlow Castle with Dinham Weir, from the South-West, ”

Ludlow Castle, birthplace of 18th great, Katherine Mortimer, Countess of Warwick Ludlow Castle is a partly ruined uninhabited medieval building in the town of the same name in the English county of Shropshire.

Ludlow Castle, birthplace of great, Katherine Mortimer, Countess of Warwick Ludlow Castle is a partly ruined uninhabited medieval building in the town of the same name in the English county of Shropshire.

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Ludlow Castle North Range View - home of the Plantagenets (ancestors on both sides)

Ludlow Castle North Range View - home of the Yorkists. Prince Arthur, older brother of Henry VIII died here (England has never crowned a King Arthur).

Ludlow Castle: where Prince Arthur and Catherine of Aragon lived after their marriage in 1501.

Ludlow Castle: where Prince Arthur and Catherine of Aragon lived after their marriage in Great information: LM

Ludlow Castle, Shropshire - This is where Katherine of Aragon was sent when Henry sent her away from court.  Anne Boleyn was given the Queen's Chambers at Whitehall, Greenwich, etc. Katherine  died, most likely of cancer, with very few attendants in the damp marshes of Ludlow.

Castle II Ludlow England Old Reprint Of Photo Castle II Ludlow England Old Reprint Of Photo Here is a neat collectible featuring Castle II

In 1525, a nine-year-old Mary was sent to the Welsh Marches. The orders of Henry VIII stipulated that ‘the good order quiet and tranquilitie...

In 1525, a nine-year-old Mary was sent to the Welsh Marches. The orders of Henry VIII stipulated that ‘the good order quiet and tranquilitie...

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