Tudor History by Michele Morrical

Margaret Beaufort Negotiates A Deal – June 3, 1482

Michele Morrical

Margaret Beaufort wanted to bring her son home to England so she negotiated a contract with King Edward wherein the king agreed to pardon Henry and restore his title (earl Richmond). The deal also included a marriage agreement – Henry Tudor would marry Edward’s daughter, Elizabeth of York. The contract was later drafted and Margaret was confident she would soon be reunited with her son.

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Blogger, medieval historian, and soon-to-be published author. My first book entitled "Usurper: A New Look at Six Medieval Kings" will be released in the Fall of 2021 by Pen & Sword Books.

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