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From: David Teague <>
Subject: RE: Marriage of Elizabeth (Woodville) Grey and Edward IV (about 1464)
Date: Sat, 14 May 2011 01:36:43 +0000
FWIW, I checked my copy of the Charles Ross biography of Edward IV, and he says that Edward slipped over to Grafton and married the Lady Elizabeth Grey, nee Woodvile/Wydeville, on "May Morning" (i.e., May Day). He also states that Edward returned secretly to Grafton very early in each of the next three mornings in order to be with his new bride, and he cites Fabyan's Chronicles in a footnote placed at the end of the entire paragraph.
I hope this helps.
> Subject: Marriage of Elizabeth (Woodville) Grey and Edward IV (about 1464)
> Date: Fri, 6 May 2011 18:03:44 +1200
> Can anyone provide a date for this marriage and the source of that information?
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