Anne Neville Net Worth

Anne Neville was born on June 11, 1456 in Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, England, British, is Queen of England. Anne Neville was an English Queen. She was the younger daughter of Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick. She was born in the very wealthy and politically influential House of Neville family in late medieval England during a period of intense political unrest and conspiracies for control over the throne. She saw her father act as the prime king-maker behind Edward IV, son of Richard, Duke of York. The Earl initially supported the York faction in their fight for the throne against the House of Lancaster in the hope of political and financial gain. Later, he used Anne to play a crucial role in support of Henry VI by marrying her to Prince Edward, son of King Henry VI and exiled queen Margaret of Anjou. When the Earl of Warwick defeated the House of York and re-established Henry VI on the throne of England (though for a brief period) in 1470, Annie became the Princess of Wales. When Edward IV regained the throne, Anne lived as a commoner for a short period before getting re-married to Richard of Gloucester and eventually getting crowned as Queen of England in 1483.
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Who is it? Queen of England
Birth Day June 11, 1456
Birth Place Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, England, British
Died On 16 March 1485(1485-03-16) (aged 28)\nWestminster, London
Birth Sign Cancer
Tenure 26 June 1483 – 16 March 1485
Coronation 6 July 1483
Burial Westminster Abbey, London
Spouse Edward of Westminster, Prince of Wales Richard III, King of England
Issue Edward of Middleham, Prince of Wales
Father Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick
Mother Anne de Beauchamp, 16th Countess of Warwick

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Anne Neville is also a character in Tower of London (1939) (played by Rose Hobart), and Tower of London (1962) (played by Joan Camden).


There was no memorial to Queen Anne until 1960, when a bronze tablet was erected on a wall near her grave by the Richard III Society.


Anne Neville was born at Warwick Castle, the younger daughter of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick, and Anne de Beauchamp. Her father was one of the most powerful noblemen in England and the most important supporter of the House of York. Her grandfather's sister, Cecily Neville, was the wife of Richard, Duke of York, who claimed the crown for the House of York.


There are various accounts of what happened subsequently, including the story that Clarence hid her in a London cookshop, disguised as a servant, so that his brother would not know where she was. Gloucester is said to have tracked her down and escorted her to sanctuary at the Church of St Martin le Grand. In order to win the final consent of his brother George to the marriage, Richard of Gloucester renounced most of Warwick’s land and property, including the earldoms of Warwick (which the earl had held in his wife’s right) and Salisbury and surrendered to Clarence the office of Great Chamberlain of England.