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Margaret Wake of Liddell (c. 1299–1349)

Margaret Wake of Liddell (c. 1299–1349)

Duchess of Kent . Name variations: Baroness Wake of Lydell. Born Margaret Wake around 1299; died on September 29, 1349; daughter of John Wake, 1st baron Wake of Liddell; married Edmund of Wood-stock (1307–1330), 1st earl of Kent (son of Edward I Longshanks, king of England), in 1325; children: Margaret of Kent (1327–before 1352); Edmund (c. 1327–1331 or 1333), 2nd earl of Kent; Joan of Kent (1328–1385); John (1330–1352), 3rd earl of Kent.

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