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  2. María de la Cerda - Wikipedia

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    Maria de la Cerda y de Lara (1319 – 13 March 1375) was the youngest daughter of Fernando de la Cerda and his wife Juana Núñez de Lara. [1] Maria was a member of the Castilian House of Burgundy. By her second marriage she was Countess of Alençon . Contents 1 Life 2 Children 3 References 4 Sources Life [ edit]

  3. María de la Cerda (de la Cerda y Manuel) (1542 - c.1575 ...

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    María De La Cerda in GenealogieOnline Family Tree Index view all Immediate Family Antonio d'Aragona, IV duca di Mo... husband Maria d'Aragona, IV. duchessa di... daughter Bianca Antonia d'Aragona e de la... daughter Fernando de Aragón son Joana Manuel de Noronha mother Juan de la Cerda y Silva, IV duq... father Juan Luis de la Cerda, V. duque ...

  4. María Isidra de Guzmán y de la Cerda - Wikipedia, la ...

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    María Isidra Quintina de Guzmán y de la Cerda ( Madrid, 31 de octubre de 1767 - Córdoba, 5 de marzo de 1803 ), conocida como la doctora de Alcalá, fue la primera mujer que ostentó en España el grado universitario de doctor y la dignidad de Académica Honoraria de la Lengua.

  5. Maria de la Cerda. Birth. 1319. Death. 13 Mar 1375 (aged 55–56) Burial. Saint Denis Basilique. Saint-Denis, Departement de Seine-Saint-Denis, Île-de-France, France. Memorial ID.

  6. María Nuñez de la Cerda y Lara (1315 - 1375) - Genealogy

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    Margaret Núñez de Lara, a nun. Maria Núñez de Lara, married Charles II of Alençon and was mother of Charles III of Alençon. Charles II of Alençon. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In December 1336, he married Maria de la Cerda (1310 – November 19, 1379, Paris), the daughter of Fernando de la Cerda, Lord of Lara. They had five ...

  7. Marie de la Cerda — Wikipédia

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    Marie de la Cerda y de Lara (1319- 13 mars 1375) était la plus jeune fille de Ferdinand de la Cerda et de son épouse Juana Núñez de Lara. Maria était membre de la Maison d'Ivrée. Comtesse d’Étampes par son premier mariage, elle était comtesse d'Alençon, du Perche et de Chartres par son second. Biographie [ modifier | modifier le code]

  8. Casa de la Cerda - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    La Casa de la Cerda, es una casa real con origen en la corona de Castilla por ser rama menor de la casa de Borgoña, reinante a mediados del siglo XIII a través de Alfonso X. Desciende del infante Fernando de la Cerda, hijo primogénito del rey Alfonso X de Castilla y León, apodado «de la Cerda» por haber nacido con un pelo grueso o cerda ...

  9. Obituary for Maria Dolores De La Cerda | De Leon Funeral Home

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    Maria Dolores De La Cerda, 98, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, December 20, 2022 at Legends Transitional Care Center in McAllen. She is preceded in death by her husband, Juan De La Cerda; and sons, Rodolfo De La Cerda, Juan Jose De La Cerda, and Rene De La Cerda.

  10. Vasco Porcallo y de la Cerda (1437–1482) • FamilySearch

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    When Vasco Porcallo y de la Cerda was born in 1437, in Aljubarrota, Leiria, Portugal, his father, Alcaide De Alburquerque Gonzalo Porcallo Y Morán, was 37 and his mother, Maria Gutierrez de Valverde y de la Cerda, was 47. He had at least 3 sons and 2 daughters with Teresa de Sotomayor y Henestrosa. He died about 1482, in Spain, at the age of 45.

  11. Maria De La Cerda's Obituary (1974 - 2022) - Edinburg, TX

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    MARIA D. DE LA CERDA PALMVIEW - Maria D. De La Cerda, 48, entered eternal rest on Monday, September 12, 2022, in McAllen. Ms. De La Cerda was preceded in death by her parents, Ramon and Maria De La Ce

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