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.
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; 
In Sancho IV. …was killed, leaving a son, Alfonso de la Cerda, heir to Alfonso X. Sancho, supported by the nobles and the military orders, sought recognition as heir instead of his nephew and took up arms against the king. After some years of strife he succeeded in making good his usurpation on….
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Cerda, Alfonso de la. El Desheredado. ?, ¿1271? – ¿1333? Infante heredero de Castilla. Era hijo del infante Fernando de la Cerda, primogénito de Alfonso X, y de su mujer Blanca de Francia, hija de Luis IX de Francia. Junto con su hermano Fernando se les conoce en la historiografía como “los infantes de la Cerda”.
Alfonso de la Cerda, , called "the Disinherited", was the elder son of Ferdinand de la Cerda and his wife Blanche of France, and was a grandson of Alfonso X of Castile. Alfonso and his brother Fernando were candidates for the Castilian-Leonese crown during the reigns of Sancho IV of Castile, Ferdinand IV of Castile and Alfonso XI of Castile.
The 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.
Alfonso de la Cerda, called of Spain (France, 1289 - Gentilly, France, 1327) from the Castilian House of Ivrea was Archdeacon of Paris, baron of Lunel and Lord of Tafalla & Caparroso. He was the eldest son of Alfonso de la Cerda, called "the disinherited".
Luis de La Cerda, also called Louis of Spain (France, 1291 - Lamotte-du-Rhône, 5 July 1348) was an expatriate royal prince of the Crown of Castile, who lived and served in the Kingdom of France. Among his titles, Luis de la Cerda was the count of Talmont, count of Clermont and an admiral of France.
Alfonso de la Cerda, called of Spain (France, 1289 - Gentilly, France, 1327) from the Castilian House of Ivrea was Archdeacon of Paris, baron of Lunel and Lord of Tafalla & Caparroso. He was the eldest son of Alfonso de la Cerda, called "the disinherited". Alfonso de la Cerda of Spain.