Juana Núñez de Lara (1286 – 1351) was a daughter of Juan Núñez de Lara the Fat and his wife Teresa Díaz II de Haro of the lordship of Biscay.  Juana is also known as la Palomilla or Lady of Lara. Life[ edit] Juana was first married to Infante Henry of Castile,  son of Ferdinand III of Castile and his first wife Elisabeth of Swabia.
Juana Núñez de Lara, la Palomilla ( Palencia, 1285 - Palencia, 12 de junio de 1351) era una noble castellana, miembro de la Casa de Lara por ser hija de Juan Núñez I de Lara, señor de Lara, y de su esposa Teresa de Haro, además de ser bisnieta paterna del rey Alfonso IX de León y de su amante Aldonza Martínez de Silva . Índice 1 Orígenes familiares
Juana Núñez de Lara (1286–1351) was a daughter of Juan Núñez de Lara the Fat and his wife Teresa Díaz II de Haro of the lordship of Biscay. Juana is also known as la Palomilla or Lady of Lara. Marriages: Juana was firstly married to Infante Henry of Castile, son of Ferdinand III of Castile and his first wife Elisabeth of Swabia.
Juana Núñez de Lara was a daughter of Juan Núñez de Lara the Fat and his wife Teresa Díaz II de Haro of the lordship of Biscay. Juana is also known as la Palomilla or Lady of Lara.
Juana de Lara y de Haro, 1 o simplemente Juana de Lara, ( 1335 - Sevilla, 1359 2 ) fue una noble castellana, miembro de la Casa de Lara por ser hija de Juan Núñez, señor de Lara, y de María Díaz de Haro, 3 señora de Vizcaya . Índice 1 Biografía 2 Ancestros 3 Referencias 4 Bibliografía Biografía [ editar]
Juan Núñez I de Lara y León (died Córdoba, April 1294), also known as " el Gordo " or "the Fat", was a Spanish noble. He was the head of the House of Lara, Lord of Lerma, Amaya, Dueñas, Palenzuela, Tordehumos, Torrelobatón, and la Mota. He was further known as Señor de Albarracín through his first marriage with Teresa Álvarez de Azagra . Contents
The Life Summary of Juana. Juana Nuñez de Lara was born in 1285, in Lara de los Infantes, Montalbán de Córdoba, Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain as the daughter of Juan Nuñez I de Lara and Teresa Díaz de Haro. She married Infante Enrique de Castilla in 1300. She died on 12 June 1351, in Palencia, Castilla y León, Spain, at the age of 66.
Blanca Fernanda de la Cerda y Lara (c. 1317 – 1347) was a Spanish noblewoman. She was the daughter of Fernando de la Cerda (1275-1322) and Juana Núñez de Lara, called "la Palomilla". On her father's side she was a granddaughter of Princess Blanche of France and therefore a great-granddaughter of King Louis IX (St. Louis) and Marguerite of Provence.
Juan Núñez I de Lara el Gordo, Señor de Albarracín, opposed the enthronement of Sancho IV, and had to temporarily flee to France. Juan Núñez II de Lara headed various rebellions against Alfonso XI. Ultimately, the family suffered greatly after the victory of King Peter against his usurping half-brother, Henry II . The Manrique de Lara [ edit]
Juana Núñez De Lara Collection: Famous People Throughout History Description: Spanish Noblewoman Birth: 1285 - Palencia, Spain Death: June 12 1351 - Palencia, Spain Parent(s): Teresa De Haro,Juan Núñez I De Lara Siblings: Juan Núñez II de Lara, Álvaro Núñez de Lara, Teresa Núñez de Lara, Nuño Gonzalez III de Lara Spouse(s):