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Page 6 POST-GAZETTE, JUNE 5, 2015 Blessed Margaret Pole by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari Margaret was born at Castle Farley, near Bath, on August 14, 1473. She was the daughter of George Plan- tagenet, Duke of Clarence, and Isabel, eldest daughter of the Earl of Warwick (the king-maker), and the sister of Edmund of Warwick who, on November 28, 1499 under Henry VII, paid with his life the penalty of being the last male representative of the defeated Yorkist line of the Plantagenet family. He Battled for the throne of England against the Lan- astrian branch of the fam- ily in the Wars of the Roses. About 1491 Henry VII gave Margaret in marriage to Sir Richard Pole, whose mother was the half-sister of the king's mother, Margaret Beaufort. At her husband's death in 1505, Margaret was left with five children, of whom the fourth, Reginald, was to become Cardinal and Archbishop of Canterbury, and also the indirect cause of his mother's martyrdom. Henry VIII, on his accession, reversed her brother Ed- mund's judgment, created her Countess of Salisbury, and an Act of Restitution was. passed by which she came into possession of her ances- tral lands: the king con- sidered her the saintliest woman in England, After the birth of Princess Mary, daughter of Queen Catherine, Margaret became her sponsor in baptism and confirmation and was later appointed governess of the princess and her house- hold. As the years passed, there was talk of a marriage between the princess and Margaret's son Reginald, who was still a layman, but when the matter of the king's divorce from Queen Cath- erine began to be talked of Reginald Pole boldly spoke against the affair and shortly afterwards was forced to leave England. The princess Mary was still in Margaret's charge when Henry married Anne Boleyn, but when he was opposed in his efforts to have his daughter Mary treated as illegitimate he removed Margaret from her post, although she begged to be allowed to follow and serve Mary at her own expense. Margaret returned to court after the beheading of Anne Boleyn in 1536. It was dur- ing the same year that her son Reginald who had become Archbishop of Can- terbury sent to Henry his treatise "Pro Eclesiasticae Unitatis Defensione that denied the Act of Supremacy which made Henry the head of the English Church. Henry imprisoned Margaret in the Tower of London for two years and beheaded her on May 28, 1538 at the age of seventy. Margaret was beatified in 1886. 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