PHILIPPA OF HAINAULT

 

TIME-LINE AND ADDITIONAL FACTS ON PHILIPPA OF HAINAULT, QUEEN CONSORT OF KING EDWARD THE III OF ENGLAND. PHILIPPA WAS GRANDMOTHER TO TWO FUTURE KINGS OF ENGLAND, RICHARD THE II AND HENRY IV.

THE TIME-LINE OF  PHILIPPA OF HAINAULT

DATE                                   EVENT
1314
  • 24TH JUNE Philippa of Hainault is born the daughter of  William I, count of Hainaut and  Joan of Valois at valenciennes
1315
  • Philippa’s sister Joanna of Hainault is born
1323
  • Philippa’s sister Isabelle of Hainaut is born
1324
  • Philippa’s sister is Margaret married Louis IV, holy roman emperor and is  queen consort of Germany
1326
  • Queen Isabella, who was estranged from her husband, Edward II, England, visited the Hainault court, along with Prince Edward(Future Edward III) to obtain aid from Count William to depose King Edward in return for the couple's betrothal
  • Philippa is contracted to Edward III of England, she is only twelve years old.
1327
  • DECEMBER: Philippa arrives in England, escorted by her uncle, John of Hainaut and sir Paon De Roet whom was a knight whom part of her escort
  •  23RD  DECEMBER Philippa enter London
1328
  • 24th JANUARY Philippa married Edward III England at York minster
  • After Philippa’s and Edwards marriage the couple retired to live at Woodstock palace in Oxfordshire.
1330
  • 4TH MARCH The coronation of Philippa as Queen consort of England. Philippa is crowned by Simon Mepeham, Archbishop of Canterbury at Westminster abbey
  • 15TH JUNE Philippa’s son Edward is born later to known as the Black Prince at Woodstock palace, Oxfordshire
  • NOVEMBER: King Edward III took command of his kingdom, when he staged a coup and ordered the arrest of Isabella and Mortimer. Despite Isabella's pleas of "Fair son, have pity on gentle Mortimer!" he was tried for
  • Edward, Philippa’s husband has Roger Mortimer executed
1332
  • 16TH JUNE Philippa’s daughter, Isabella is born at Woodstock palace, Oxfordshire
  • Philippa’s mother, Joan of Valois, visits Philippa after she arranged a wedding between Isabella's of France’s(Edward III mother)daughter Eleanor of Woodstock and Reginald ii, duke of Guelders
1333
  • NEW YEAR: Philippa  gave Edward a ewer enamelled with figures from epic and romance poetry.
  • Philippa’s daughter Joan is born, at the tower of London
1335
  • Philippa had established a small colony of Flemish weavers at Norwich
1337
  • 16TH FEBRUARY-3RD MARCH Philippa’s son, William of Hatfield is born but died less than month later.
  •  7TH JUNE Philippa’s father. William, I, count of Hainaut died
1338
  • 29TH NOVEMBER Philippa’s son Lionel of Antwerp, is born in Antwerp
1340
  • 6TH MARCH Philippa’s son John of Gaunt , is born in her
  • Robert de Englefield, is Philippa’s chaplain
1341
  • 5TH JUNE Philippa’s son Edmund of Langley is born in kings Langley, Hertfordshire
  • The queen's college, oxford, in honour of queen Philippa is founded by Robert de Englefield, Robert was Philippa’s chaplain
1342
  • MARCH: Philippa’s daughter Blanche is born, but died shortly after birth
  • 7TH MARCH Philippa’s mother, Joan of Valois died Fontenelle abbey, Maing, France
1344
  • 10TH OCTOBER Philippa’s daughter Mary is born in Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire
1345
  • 26TH SEPTEMBER Philippa’s brother, William II, count of Hainaut died
1346
  • Philippa, served as regent of England during the absence of her husband Edward III
  • 20TH JULY Philippa’s daughter Margaret is born, at Windsor
1347
  • AUGUST: Siege Of Calais, Philippa ,persuaded her husband Edward III, to exercise mercy by claiming that their deaths would be a bad omen for her unborn child, this was moment she would be remembered for.
  • SUMMER: Philippa’s son Thomas of Windsor is born
1348
  • The Black Death. In the early part of the 14th century there were outbreaks of typhoid fever, dysentery and diphtheria. It has been estimated that in 1316 about 10% of the population died from these three diseases
  • 24TH JUNE Philippa’s son William of Windsor is born
  • 1ST JULY Philippa’s daughter Joan died
  •  5TH SEPTEMBER Philippa’s son William of Windsor died
1349
  • SEPTEMBER Philippa’s son Thomas of Windsor died
1351
  • Philippa’s husband Edward III, goes to help her sister Margaret during the period of civil war winning a naval engagement off veere, however later Edward changed sides.
1352
  • Alice Perrers becomes Philippa’s lady in waiting
  • 15TH AUGUST: Philippa’s son, Lionel of Antwerp marries Elizabeth de burgh at the tower of London.
1355
  • 7th JANUARY Philippa’s son Thomas of Woodstock is born, at Woodstock palace
1356
  • 23RD JUNE Philippa’s sister Margaret II, countess of Hainaut died
1359
  • 13TH MAY Philippa’s daughter Margaret of England John Hastings, 2nd earl of Pembroke, whom she was raised with.
  • 19TH MAY Philippa’s son, John of Gaunt married his third cousin Blanche of Lancaster(grand, great granddaughter of Henry III England.)at Reading abbey, reading, Berkshire
1361
  • Philippa’s sister Isabelle of Hainaut died.
  • Jean Froissart French-speaking medieval author and court historian enters the service of Philippa’s household.
  • 3RD JULY: Philippa’s daughter, Mary of Waltham, married John IV, duke of Brittany. at Woodstock palace
  • SEPTEMBER: Philippa’s daughter Mary of Waltham died
  • 10TH OCTOBER: Philippa’s s son, Edward the black prince marries Joan, countess of Kent, because of Joan’s reputation, their marriage wasn’t favoured, by Philippa and Edward.
  • DECEMBER: Philippa’s daughter Margaret of England died.
1362
  • Philippa’s son is Edward the black prince is invested as prince of Aquitaine,
1363
  • Alice Perrers becomes Edward, Philippa’s husband mistress
1365
  • 27TH JULY Philippa’s daughter Isabella of England married Enguerrand VII, lord of Coucy, whom had been a royal hostage.
1367
  • 6th JANUARY Philippa’s grandson Richard is born,(future Richard II England)from her son Edward, the black prince.
  • 15TH APRIL Philippa’s grandson Henry is born, (future Henry IV England) from her son John of gaunt,
1368
  • 15TH AUGUST Philippa’s son, Lionel of Antwerp, 1st duke of Clarence married for a second time to, Violante Visconti
1369
  • Philippa died of an illness similar to edema in Windsor castle at the age of fifty-five
 
Philippa Of Hainault Was Buried On The  9th JANUARY 1370 At Westminster Abbey
  • Philippa was Queen consort to Edward III of England and Lady of Ireland for forty-one years
 
  • Philippa was a great granddaughter of Philip III of France
 
  • Philippa, was mother to John of Gaunt, the founder of the house of Lancaster, and Edmund of Langley, founder of the house of York
 
  • She was a Grandmother to two future kings, Richard II and Henry IV of England.
 
  • Philippa’s uncle was King Philip VI of France
 
  • Philippa was also a was descended from king Stephen of England, a great-granddaughter Matilda of Brabant, the wife of Floris IV, Count of Holland.
 
  • Philippa spent her early years at the court of Hainault,
 
 
  • Philippa was Isabella of France, cousin once removed. Isabella was Edwards III, her husband’s mother. Philippa and Edward were second cousins a Papal dispensation was required, for the marriage to take place.
 
  • Philippa won much popularity with the English people for her kindness and compassion
 
  • Philippa accompanied her husband King Edward III, in all his expedition in Scotland, and the European continent in his early campaigns of the Hundred Years War.
 
  • The famous poet Geoffrey Chaucer was married to one of Philippa’s lady in waiting Philippa (de) Roet, whom was sister to Philippa son John of Gaunts famous mistress Kathryn Swynford,
 
  • Phillipa and Edward produced fourteen children in all and she was to outlive nine of them

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