Duchess of Brabant . Name variations: Margaret Plantagenet. Born on September 11, 1275, at Windsor Castle, in Windsor, Berkshire, England; died in 1318 in Brussels, Belgium; interred at the Collegiate Church of St. Gudule, Brussels; daughter of Edward I Long-shanks (b. 1239), king of England (r. 1272–1307), and Eleanor of Castile (1241–1290); married John II (1275–1312), duke of Brabant (r. 1294–1312), on July 9, 1290, in Westminster Abbey; children: John III (b. 1300), duke of Brabant (r. 1312–1355).
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