Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham, KG (4 September 1455 – 2 November 1483) played a major role in King Richard III’s rise and fall.He is also one of the primary suspects in the disappearance (and presumed murder) of the Princes in the Tower. Buckingham was related to the royal family of England in many different ways.
So, can we say that the Buckingham Palace is a gate way to hell?
Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham
Buckingham was the son of Humphrey Stafford, Earl of Stafford and Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Stafford.
Four of Buckingham’s first and second cousins became King of England, and two of his second cousins became Queen consorts:
Edward IV and his brother Richard III were Buckingham’s first co
usins once removed. Buckingham’s father Humphrey, Earl Stafford, was son of Lady Anne Neville (c. 1411–1480).
Anne’s sister Lady Cecily, Duchess of York was the mother of Edward IV and Richard III.
Edward’s son Edward V was thus Buckingham’s second cousin, as was the younger Edward’s sister Elizabeth of York, later wife and Queen consort of Henry VII of England.
Henry Tudor, later King Henry VII was Buckingham’s second cousin. Buckingham’s mother was Lady Margaret Beaufort (c. 1427–1474), daughter of Edmund Beaufort, 2nd Duke of Somerset.
Margaret’s first cousin, also named Margaret Beaufort (1443–1509) was the mother of Henry VII, the latter Margaret being the daughter of 1st Duke of Somerset.
Lady Anne Neville, in line to become Queen as the wife of Lancastrian Edward of Westminster, Prince of Wales, eventually did become Queen as the wife of Richard III of England.
Her paternal grandfather Richard Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury was the brother of Buckingham’s paternal grandmother (also named Anne Neville), making Buckingham the Queen’s second cousin.
- The second Duke had become bankrupt and he left the country in 1847 with debts amounting to millions of pounds. The third Duke was serious, hardworking and very able. He served as Conservative Member of Parliament for Buckingham from 1846 – 1857 and was appointed Lord President then Secretary for the Colonies in the Derby / Disraeli ministry of 1866 to 1868. He worked hard to rebuild his family estates and succeeded to a remarkable degree during the forty years from 1849. Stowe never quite regained its former glory, but he built up the lands to something approaching their former level.
- 1839 to 1868 – Robert Carrington 2nd Lord Carrington (1796 – 1868)Robert Carrington’s appointment as Lieutenant provoked indignation from the Grenvilles who considered the Carringtons, a banking family who had supported the Government with loans during the Napoleonic wars, as newcomers in Buckinghamshire.GUES WHO????Mayer Amschel Rothschild, the founder of the Rothschild family international banking dynasty.
Thus, The Rothschild family have funded Governments and dukes during 1800 and gained their power whit those actions, it is inconceivable that they stopped right there!No, it became more and more easier for them because we demented more and more after the bank recession in England….and after the emancipation it went down hill for us normal people!And that is what I’m telling all the time…we let them do it.Every time we go to the bank to close a loan, we give them the opportunity to grow!And that is the NWO…a fucked up system that is led by murdering lunatics!
the power of the Rothschilds came from lending out money, bribery and murder.
ps: now you know that the movies; The three Musketeers, Robin Hood, the princes in the Tower are based on historical fact.
Can you see the similarity between the Penny of Richard III and the Starbucks symbol?