ISABELLA OF ANGOULEME

TIME-LINE AND ADDITIONAL FACTS ON ISABELLA OF ANGOULEME, THE QUEEN CONSORT OF KING JOHN  AND MOTHER TO KING HENRY III ENGLAND

THE TIME-LINE OF ISABELLA OF ANGOULEME

1188
  • Isabella of Angouleme was born, the daughter of Aymer, count of Angouleme, and Alice of Courtenay
1200
  • Isabella is contracted to Hugh ,Li De Lusignan
  • 24TH AUGUST Isabella married King John Of England  in Angouleme,
  • 8TH OCTOBER Isabella’s coronation as  Queen consort of England. Isabella is crowned  by Hubert Walter, Archbishop of Canterbury,  in Westminster Abbey.,
1202
  • 16TH JUNE Isabella became Countess of Angouleme in her own right when her father Aymer of Angouleme died.
1205
  • 5TH JANUARY Isabella son is born Richard, at Winchester Castle, Hampshire, England
1207
  • 1ST OCTOBER Isabella gave birth to her son Henry at Winchester castle (Future Henry III England)
1210
  • 22ND JULY Isabella daughter is born, Joan of England
1214
  • Isabella’s daughter Isabella of England is born
  • Isabella’s daughter Joan of England is contracted to Hugh x of Lusignan and is sent to his court in preparation.
1215
  • Isabella’s daughter Eleanor of Leicester, born at Gloucester, Gloucestershire
  • JUNE 15TH Isabella’s husband King John is forced to sign the Magna Carta
1216
  •  18TH OCTOBER Isabella’s husband King John is dead, and her son Henry as king of England
  • 28TH OCTOBER The  first coronation of  Henry III as king of England the third of his name. Henry is crowned by Cardinal Guala Bicchieri orPeter des Roches, Bishop of Winchester  at Gloucester Cathedral.
1217
  • Isabella returned home and seized her inheritance from Bartholomew de Le Puy ,who was appointed governor of Angouleme by her late husband king john
1218
  •  12TH FEBRUARY Isabella’s mother Alice of Courtenay, died.
1220
  • 10TH MAY Isabella married Hugh x de Lusignan, Hugh V of La Marche
  • 15TH MAY: Isabella’s daughter is sent back to England
  • 17TH MAY  The second coronation of  Henry III of England by Stephen Langton, Archbishop of Canterbury in Westminster Abbey
1221
  • 21ST JUNE Isabella’s daughter Joan of England married Alexander II Scotland
  • Isabella’s son Hugh XI De Lusignan, is born
1222
  • Isabella’s son is born Aymer De Valence
1224
  • 23RD APRIL Isabella’s daughter Eleanor of Leicester married, William Marshal, 2nd earl of Pembroke
  • Isabella’s daughter Alice de Lusignan was born.in Lusignan, Vienne, France
1225
  • Isabella’s daughter Isabella of Lusignan is born
1235
  • 20TH JULY Isabella’s daughter Isabella of England married Frederick II, holy roman emperor
1236
1238
  • 7TH JANUARY Isabella’s daughter Eleanor of Leicester married, Simon de Montfort, 6th earl of Leicester
  • 4TH MARCH Isabella’s daughter Joan of England died Havering-Atte-Bower in the arms of her brothers king Henry and Richard of Cornwall
1239
  • JUNE: Isabella grandson, Edward is born,(future Edward I England) through her son Henry III England, Edward
1241
  • Isabella was summoned to the French court with her husband Hugh x De Lusignan, to swear fealty to King Louis IX of France’s brother, Alphonse, Blanche the Blanche, queen dowager of France and a cousin of King John, openly snubbed her. Isabella
  • 1ST DECEMBER Isabella’s daughter Isabella of England died at, Foggia, Apulia, Italy
1244
  • Isabella’s husband Hugh X De Lusignan, made peace with King Louis ix
1246
  • 4TH JUNE Isabella died at Fontevraud Abbey, France

EXTRA FACTS ABOUT ISABELLA OF ANGOULÊME

  • Isabella Of Angoulêmewas Queen consort of England, for sixteen years and Countess of Angoulême from 16 June 1202 – 4 June 1246.

 

  • Isabella came from the house of "Taillefer" and was an only child.

 

 

  • Isabella was a great-granddaughter of King Louis VI of France.

 

 

  • King John of England became infatuated with Isabella, who at the time was only twelve years old. The unprincipled John stole the enchanting Isabella from under Hugh's very nose, which resulted in King Philip II of France confiscating John's French lands.

 

  • Isabella’s second husband was the son of Hugh IX de Lusignan, to whom she was contracted to in 1200. Hugh X de Lusignan was originally contracted for her daughter Joan, and Joan even lived at the Lusignan court in preparation for her marriage. However, when Hugh X de Lusignan met her mother Isabella, he put Joan aside for her.

 

  • Isabella planned a failed rebellion against Louis IX of France's, after feeling insulted by his mother Blanche, Isabella and Blanche had a deep-seeded dislike of each other. But this fuelled things.

 

  • In 1244, Two royal cooks were arrested for attempting to poison the King of France. Under questioning, they confessed to having been in the pay of Isabella. Isabella fled and went into Fontevrault Abbey, where she remained for two years, until her death.

FICTIONAL PORTRAYALS OF ISABELLA OF ANGOULÊME

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