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Henry III of Castile

Henry III (1379 - 1406) was the son of John I of Castile and succeeded him as King of Castile and León in 1390. He married Catherine (in English, or Catalina in Spanish) the daughter of John of Gaunt and his second wife Constance (in English, or Constanza in Spanish), a daughter of King Pedro I), and their son became John II of Castile.

King Henry began the conquest of the Canary Islands in 1402.

Preceded by:
John I of Castile
List of Castilian monarchs Followed by:
John II of Castile

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