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  1. Alfonso de la Cerda was born in Caceres, Spain and moved to the United States to make a living but - discouraged by the morality of his fellow migrants - he left and entered the convent of San Rosario in Lima where he was ordained a priest in the Order of Preachers in 1545. [3]

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  3. Alfonso de la Cerda - Wikipedia

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    Alfonso de la Cerda (France, 1289 - Gentilly, France, 15 April 1327), named of Spain, Archdeacon of Paris to 1322, Baron de Lunel, 1324, Lord of Tafalla and Caparroso July 1325. Married Isabelle d'Antoing, Viscountess Ghent, the daughter of Hugh IV, Lord of Antoing, and Mary, Viscountess Ghent. He was the father of

  4. Alfonso de la Cerda | Spanish prince | Britannica

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    …Fernando de la Cerda’s son, Alfonso, and the king’s second son, Sancho. Although the king recognized Sancho, their relationship deteriorated, in part because Alfonso X’s ill health rendered him less able to carry out his duties and caused him to act arbitrarily. In 1282 an assembly of nobles, prelates, and… throne usurped by Sancho IV In Sancho IV

  5. Alfonso de la Cerda of Spain - Wikipedia

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    Hist father, Alfonso de la Cerda the disinherited moved to France, the country of his grandmother, where his second cousin Charles IV of France made him baron de Lunel and his namesake son was born. Alfonso of Spain became Archdeacon of Paris in 1322, Baron of Lunel in 1324 and Lord of Tafalla & Caparroso in 1325. He died in 1327, at the age of 38.

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  6. Alfonso de la Cerda - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Alfonso de la Cerda (Francia, 1289- Gentilly, Francia, 15 de abril de 1327), Arcediano de París hasta 1322, señor de Lunel, 1324, señor de Tafalla y Caparroso, julio de 1325, esposo de Isabel de Antoing; 32 Enrique de la Cerda ( Francia, 1290-después de 1327), Arcediano de París al dejar la Iglesia su hermano Alfonso; 32

  7. Alfonso de la Cerda (bishop) - Wikipedia

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    Alfonso de la Cerda was born in Caceres, Spain and moved to the United States to make a living but - discouraged by the morality of his fellow migrants - he left and entered the convent of San Rosario in Lima where he was ordained a priest in the Order of Preachers in 1545. [3]

  8. House of la Cerda - Wikipedia

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    House de la Cerda is a noble line of the Crown of Castile descending from the Infante Ferdinand de la Cerda, eldest son of King Alfonso X. It was one of four noble lineages that arose directly from the Castilian royal family during the thirteenth century and is the origin of the Dukes of Medinaceli.

  9. Juan Alfonso de la Cerda - Wikipedia

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    Juan Alfonso de la Cerda (1295 – August 7, 1347) was Lord of Gibraleón, Huelva, Real de Manzanares and Deza. [1] He was the son of Alfonso de la Cerda, grandson of Ferdinand de la Cerda. His mother was Matile of Brienne, daughter of John I of Brienne, Count of Eu.

  10. Juan Alfonso de la Cerda de Castilla, señor de Gibraleón

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    JUAN Alfonso de la Cerda (in France [1295]-7 Aug 1347). He lived most of his life in Portugal. Señor de Gibraleón, Huelva, Real de Manzanares y Deza. "Juan de la Cerda, hijo de Alonso de la Cerda" confirmed the privileges of Gibraleón by charter dated 15 Feb 1320 [1449]. "Luis de la Cerda y Juan de la Cerda su hermano" agreed a division of ...

  11. Alfonso de la Cerda (1321 - 1321) - Genealogy

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    Alfonso de la Cerda ‹ Back to de la Cerda surname Is your surname de la Cerda? Research the de la Cerda family Start your family tree now Alfonso de la Cerda's Geni Profile Contact profile manager View family tree Problem with this page? Share your family tree and photoswith the people you know and love Build your family tree online

  12. Fernando de la Cerda (1255–1275) - Wikipedia

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    Alfonso de la Cerda (1270-1333), who was believed to have married Matilde of Narbonne, daughter of Viscount Aimery VI of Narbonne. [3] Recent research showed that Alfonso de la Cerda married Matilde of Brienne, daughter of John I of Brienne. [4] They had four sons and three daughters.