The White Rose Blooms - A Collaborative Timeline

1. It is gross.
2. Everyone preferred a male succession, but I still think they would allow Isabella to be Queen.
3. Catherine or Ferdinand could be regent. They could really have an Iberian union if she marries into Portugal/Navarre.
1) I concur, but it is not against their way of thinking.
2)And this way she still would.
3)But with a Portugal/Navarrese king and dinasty, not with a Trastamara.
 
1) I concur, but it is not against their way of thinking.
2)And this way she still would.
3)But with a Portugal/Navarrese king and dinasty, not with a Trastamara.
She would not need to marry her uncle if she is Queen. And Ferdinand and Isabella readily wanted a full Iberian union. This is a perfect way to achieve it.
 
January-August 1503
January 1503: Beatriz of Aragon departs her homeland to join her fiancée in England. Louise of Savoy delivers a stillborn son, and nearly dies. Doctors recommend she take a break from pregnancies.

March 1503: Beatrice arrives in England, and marries Prince Richard. Beatrice, beautiful and elegant, is popular with the English court. She finds herself to be particularly popular with her husband, and Richard and Beatrice spends days hidden away in their bedchambers.

May 1503: Beatrice of Aragon announces her first pregnancy. Maria of Aragon gives birth a healthy son, Juan, Prince of Portugal.

June 1503: Elizabeth of York gives birth to a daughter, Anne. The baby is weak, but lives. Elizabeth of York languishes, but manages to pull through, though her fertility is ruined. Eleanor of Brittany gives birth to a second son, Robert.

July 1503: Anne of York is pregnant again.

August 1503: Beatrice, Princess of Wales, miscarries a son. Eleanor of Austria marries Sigismund I of Poland.
 
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September 1503
September 1503: Maria of Aragon, Kunigunde of Austria, and Eleanor of Brittany are all pregnant again. Infante Ferdinand falls off his horse and onto his head, causing severe internal bleeding and he falls unconscious but not yet dead. Isabella, Princess of Asturias is beginning to show a deeply pious nature that would be perfect for a nun. But she would never be allowed to join a convent. Anne of York miscarries her child.
 
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September 1503: Louise of Savoy, Maria of Aragon, Kunigunde of Austria, Eleanor of Brittany, and Beatrice of Aragon are all pregnant again. Infante Ferdinand falls off his horse and onto his head, causing severe internal bleeding and he falls unconscious but not yet dead. Isabella, Princess of Asturias is beginning to show a deeply pious nature that would be perfect for a nun. But she would never be allowed to join a convent. Anne of York miscarries her child.
Louise has been told to not get pregnant so soon.
 
October-December 1503
October 1503
Ferdinand wake up and recovers.

November 1503
Charlotte, Queen of Hungary is pregnant again.

December 1503
Pope Alexander VI recovers from the malary bout together with his son Cesare.
 
September 1503: Louise of Savoy, Maria of Aragon, Kunigunde of Austria, Eleanor of Brittany, and Beatrice of Aragon are all pregnant again. Infante Ferdinand falls off his horse and onto his head, causing severe internal bleeding and he falls unconscious but not yet dead. Isabella, Princess of Asturias is beginning to show a deeply pious nature that would be perfect for a nun. But she would never be allowed to join a convent. Anne of York miscarries her child.
Louise of Savoy is not getting pregnant so soon. And neither is Beatrice of Aragon. She has to wait at least six weeks.
 
January 1504:
Anne of York is pregnant again, as is the daughter of Alexander VI, Lucrezia. Isabella, Princess of Asturias and her mother Catherine of York both collapse after eating lunch together, which causes great concern for the servants who are accused of poisoning the two ladies. Joanna, dowager Duchess of Savoy remarries to the widowed king of Hungary, Vladislaus II while Alfonso, Count of Urgell marries Germaine of Foix. Margaret of Clarence is surprisingly pregnant, despite being in her thirties, as is Elizabeth of York. Elisabeth of Austria, daughter of Maximilian and Elizabeth, is allowed to enter a convent after announcing her religious vocation. Catherine of York desires to remarry but there is no suitable second husband for her. Cecily of England scandalizes the English court when she asks for permission to marry Edward, oldest son of Henry Tudor, with whom she has fallen in love.
Juana is never marrying again. She is insane and locked up in a convent. Vladislaus is already betrothed to Elizabeth of Austria, who would be a better bride.
 
January 1504
January 1504:
Anne of York is pregnant again, as is the daughter of Alexander VI, Lucrezia. Isabella, Princess of Asturias and her mother Catherine of York both collapse after eating lunch together, which causes great concern for the servants who are accused of poisoning the two ladies. Alfonso, Count of Urgell decides to pursue a life in church. Margaret of Clarence is surprisingly pregnant, despite being in her thirties, as is Elizabeth of York. Margaret of France, daughter of Charles IX and Louise of Savoy, is allowed to enter a convent after announcing her religious vocation. Catherine of York desires to remarry but there is no suitable second husband for her. Cecily of England scandalizes the English court when she asks for permission to marry Edward, oldest son of Henry Tudor, with whom she has fallen in love.
 
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January 1504:
Anne of York is pregnant again, as is the daughter of Alexander VI, Lucrezia. Isabella, Princess of Asturias and her mother Catherine of York both collapse after eating lunch together, which causes great concern for the servants who are accused of poisoning the two ladies. Alfonso, Count of Urgell marries Germaine of Foix. Margaret of Clarence is surprisingly pregnant, despite being in her thirties, as is Elizabeth of York. Eleanor of Austria, daughter of Maximilian and Elizabeth, is allowed to enter a convent after announcing her religious vocation. Catherine of York desires to remarry but there is no suitable second husband for her. Cecily of England scandalizes the English court when she asks for permission to marry Edward, oldest son of Henry Tudor, with whom she has fallen in love.
If you read my post, Eleanor is already married to Sigismund of Poland.
 
February-December 1504
February 1504
Cardinal Giuliano della Rovere fell ill.

March 1504
After a long deliberation Edward V makes a pronouncement on his daughter Cecily marriage: Edward Tudor is allowed to marry her. He has a long known fondness for him and Cecily is his favourite daughter.
Piero II Duke of Florence dies, his son Lorenzo succeed as Lorenzo II; the regnal numbers are both blatantly uncorrect but goes on the way of retroactively ennoble the Medicean dinasty.

April 1504
Germaine de Foix seduces her own husband to consummate their marriage.

May 1504
Queen Germaine of Scotland is pregnant.

June 1504
Duarte, Prince of Portugal is born. The boy has a strong pair of lungs and Maria recovers nicely.
After a long exhausting birth, Queen Kunegunde of England births her daughter Magdalene ; the baby is healthy, but the royal phisician says that more babies would Jeopardize her life. Kunegunde will need a whole month to recover.
At the same time Edward become a father again and a grandfather, as his daughter in law births a living, healthy daughter, princess Elisabeth.

July 1504
Eleanor of Brittany births a third boy, Arthur; the boy linghers some week beetwen life and death but then recovers.
Charlotte of Hungary births another squeling little boy, Prince Frederick of Hungary.

August 1504
Cardinal della Rovere dies.

September 1504
King Frederick of Naples fell ill, he recommends his sono to do his duty, and starts to prepare the succession.

October 1504
Leonor of Aragon is pregnant
Anne of York, Duchess Consort of Burgundy births little Maximillian, a spare for Duke Phillip IV.
Lucrezia Borgia, Duchess Consort of Ferrara, births an healthy baby boy Alexander.

November 1504
Isabella I, queen of Castille dies; she is succeded by her grand-daughter Isabella II under Ferdinand of Aragon regency, Isabella I on her death bed ask Ferdinand to name Isabelita princess of Girona and pursue an iberian union; he agrees .
Frederick, King of Naples dies, the first king of Naples to die on his throne since his own father. He is succeded by his son Ferdinand III.
Margaret of Clarence birth a son, Richard. Both mother and son are fine.
Elisabeth of York biths a daughter, after a very difficult birth. As both survives she call the baby Anna to thank the Holy Virgin's mother. But her child bearing days are over.

December 1504
The Aragonese Cortes declare Queen Isabella II of Castille Princess of Girona. She is bethrothed with the prince of Viana. (Joao is really too young)
 
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February 1504
Cardinal Giuliano della Rovere fell ill.

March 1504
After a long deliberation Edward V makes a pronouncement on his daughter Cecily marriage: Edward Tudor is allowed to marry her. He has a long known fondness for him and Cecily is his favourite daughter.
Piero II Duke of Florence dies, his son Lorenzo succeed as Lorenzo II; the regnal numbers are both blatantly uncorrect but goes on the way of retroactively ennoble the Medicean dinasty.

April 1504
Germaine de Foix seduces her own husband to consummate their marriage.

May 1504
Queen Germaine of Scotland is pregnant.

June 1504
Joao, Prince of Portugal is born. The boy has a strong pair of lungs and Maria recovers nicely.
After a long exhausting birth, Queen Kunegunde of England births her daughter Magdalene ; the baby is healthy, but the royal phisician says that more babies would Jeopardize her life. inigunde will need a whole month to recover.
At the same time Edward become a father again and a grandfather, as his daughter in law births a living, healthy daughter, princess Isabel.

July 1504
Eleanor of Brittany births a third boy, Philibert; the boy linghers some week beetwen life and death nìbut then recovers.
Charlotte of Hungary births another squeling little boy, Prince Frederick of Hungary.

August 1504
Cardinal della Rovere dies.

September 1504
King Frederick of Naples fell ill, he recommends his sono to do his duty, and starts to prepare the succession.

October 1504
Leonor of Aragon is pregnant
Anne of York, Duchess Consort of Burgundy births little Maximillian, a spare for Duke Phillip IV.
Lucrezia Borgia, Duchess Consort of Ferrara, births an healthy baby boy Alexander.

November 1504
Isabella I, queen of Castille dies; she is succeded by her grand-daughter Isabella II under Ferdinand of Aragon regency, Isabella I on her death bed ask Ferdinand to name Isabelita princess of Girona and pursue an iberian union; he agrees .
Frederick, King of Naples dies, the first king of Naples to die on his throne since his own father. He is succeded by his son Ferdinand III.

December 1604
The Aragonese Cortes declare Queen Isabella II of Castille Princess of Girona. She is bethrothed with the prince of Viana. (Joao is really too young)
1. Maria already gave birth to a son named Juan in another post.
2. Isabel would be named Elizabeth.
3. Philbert is a very unlikely name.
4. Leonor of Aragon is fourteen, maybe wait just a year or so longer.
 
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