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  1. Henry V King Of England: Birth: 16 Sep 1387 in Monmouth. Death: 31 Aug 1422 in Bois DE, Vincennes

  2. Thomas Plantegenet, Duke Of Clarence: Birth: 29 Sep 1388 in Kenilworth. Death: 1421 in Beaufort, Andigavia, France

  3. John Of Bedford: Birth: 20 Jun 1389. Death: 14 Sep 1435 in Rouen

  4. Humphrey Of Gloucester: Birth: 3 Oct 1390. Death: 23 Feb 1447 in Bury St Edmunds

  5. Blanche Plantagenet: Birth: Abt May 1392 in Peterborough Castle. Death: 22 May 1409 in Hanegau

  6. Philippa Plantagenet: Birth: 4 Jul 1394 in Peterborough Castle. Death: 5 Jan 1430 in Wadstena


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2. Title:   <i>The Bruces and the Comyns</i>
Page:   p. 509
3. Title:   Mercer, Derrik, ed., <i>Chronicle of the Royal Family</i> (Jacques Legrand, London, 1991)
Page:   Chart
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4. Title:   Davies, John, <i>A History of Wales</i> (Allen Lane, The Penguin Press, London, 1993)
Page:   p. 195-196
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5. Title:   Ross, Charles, <i>The Wars of the Roses</i> (Thames and Hudson, New York, 1996)
Page:   p. xiv, p. 31-32
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6. Title:   Jenner, Michael, "Wars of the Roses" (REALM, July/August 1997)
Page:   p. 57-60
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7. Title:   Miles, Rosalind, <i>I, Elizabeth</i>
8. Title:   Butler, Lawrence, <i>Pickering Castle</i> (English Heritage, London, 1997)
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12. Title:   Europ�aische Stammtafeln
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13. Title:   Wars of the Roses
Page:   Houses of Lancaster, Beaufort & Tudor Genealogy Table
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14. Title:   The Ancestral & Chronological History & Lineage of Luther White & Mahala Minor 1665-1971
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Note:   Blanche (Carter) Tarter, Edith M. (Peterie) Tarter, compile
Publication:   Name: Clark Printing Comp, North Kansas City, Missouri;
Author:   Blanche (Carter) Tarter, Edith M. (Peterie) Tarter, compilers
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Notes
a. Note:   NI34474
Note:   "OF BOLINGBROKE"; EARL OF DERBY; 2ND DUKE OF LANCASTER; 1ST DUKE OF HEREFORD; BEARER OF THE SWAN BADGE; KG; ACCEDED 9/30/1399 (CROWNED WESTMINSTER); RULED FROM 1399-1413 RESEARCH NOTES: King of England [Ref: Louda RoyalFamEurope #3, Weis AR7 #1A, Paget HRHCharles p77] 2nd Duke of Lancaster, of Dukedom cr 1362 [Ref: CP VII p417] 6th Earl of Leicester, of Earldom cr 1265 [Ref: CP VII p549] 3rd Earl of Derby, of Earldom cr 1337 [Ref: CP IV p204] Earl of Derby [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p27] 3rd Earl of Lincoln, of Earldom cr 1349 [Ref: CP VII p688] 1st Earl of Northampton, of Earldom cr 1384 [Ref: CP IX p668] 6th Earl of Lancaster, of Earldom cr 1267 [Ref: CP VII p417] 4th Lord Lancaster, of Barony cr Feb 1298/9 [Ref: CP VII p378] son and heir of John Earl of Richmond, Duke of Lancaster, etc [Ref: CP IV p204] 1385: Earl of Derby [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p27] Sep 29 1397: cr Duke of Hereford [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p27] 1398: banished on account of his famous quarrel with Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk and Earl Marshal, and whilst in exile succeeded as Duke of Lancaster, Earl of Lincoln and Leicester, o the death of his father Feb 3 1399 [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p27] summer 1399: returned to England and deposed cousin Richard II [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p27] Sep 30 1399: elected King of England by Parliament [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p27] Oct 13 1399: crowned [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p27] 1399: King of England [Ref: Louda RoyalFamEurope #3] 1399-1413: King of England [Ref: Weis AR7 #1A] ---------------------------- !First of the house of Lancaster. From 1387-90 he was a leader of the party that opposed his cousin King Richard II. Subsequently fought with the Teutonic Knights against the Lighuanians and made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. After his return to England he allied himself with the king. Because of a quarrel with Thomas Mowbray, first duke of Norfolk in 1398, Henry was exiled for 6 years by Richard, who promised that Henry would not lose his inheritance. When Henry's father died, however, Richard confiscated the Lancastrian estates willed to Henry. Consequently, Henry raised an army, invaded England and captured Richard, who later abdicated. Elected king by Parliament in 1399. [Funk & Wagnalls] !In 1400, claimed to be half-Scot, through the blood of the Cumyns. [The Bruces and the Cumyns, p. 509] !Son of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, and Blanche. Father of Henry V. Reigned 1399-1413. [Chronicles of the Royal Family, chart] Husband of the co-heiress of the Bohun Family. On the death of his father in 1399, King Richard II exiled Henry Bolingbroke and took possession of the property of the house of Lancaster, an act which triggered the crisis which terminated his reign. Bolingbroke landed on the coast of Yorkshire in July 1399 when Richard was campaigning in Ireland. Henry's intention was to claim his inheritance, but when he realized how fragile was the support for Richard, he aimed for the throne. His men seized the king on 19 Aug 1399 and took him to Flint Castle. Dethroned in Sept, he was murdered at Pontefract Castle, probably in Jan 1400. [A History of Wales, p. 195-6] The usurper Henry IV, whose reign was marred by rebellions and crippling ill-health. [Wars of the Roses, p. xiv] Of medium height, good looking, strongly built and muscular. Examination of is corpse in 1831 showed his teeth to have been good and his hair to have been a deep russet color. In life, he had a curling moustache and a short, forked beard. He was a man of great ability, energetic, tenacious, courageous and strong. He had a charismatic personality, being humorous, courteous, even-tempered and somewhat reserved and dignified. However, he could be stubborn and impulsive, and occasionally lacked foresight. He was well-educated, and proficient in Latin, Franch, and English. A skillful jouster, he loved tournaments and feats of arms, and his reputation as a knight was widespread. He adored music, and a consort of drummers, trumpeters and pipers accompanied him wherever he went, while he himself was a musician of note. Like his father he maintained great state and kept a large retinue. Bolingbroke was devout and markedly orthodox in his religious views, and his charities were lavish. He went twice on crusade, first in 1390 with the German Order of Teutonic Knights against Lithuanian pagans in Poland, and secondly in 1392 to Jerusalem. He allied himself with his uncle, Thomas of Woodstock, Richard FitzAlan, Earl of Arundel, Thomas Mowbray, Earl of Nottingham, and the Earl of Warwick. [Wars of the Roses, p. 31-32] Dashing Earl of Derby who usurped the throne of Richard II, found the reality of kingship a mixed blessing as Parliament exacted its price for handing him the crown. Henry was compelled to accept the concept of government through Parliament. Beset by rebellious barons and financial worries, this handsome and talented son of John of Gaunt and Blanche of Lancaster spent his last severn years bedridden with a kind of leprosy and at odds with his son, who wanted him to abdicate. But Henry IV's rule was no failure. He fought off the early challenge of Henry Percy, better known as Hotspur, fiery son of the Earl of Northumberland, whom he despatched in a bloody battle near Shrewsbury in 1403. He also had to face a draining guerrilla war in Wales waged by the redoubtable Owen Glendower, while continuing the perennial English struggle for supremacy over Scotland. But perhaps his greatest achievement was to survive and pass the crown to his son. ["Wars of the Roses" by Michael Jenner, REALM, July/August 1997, p. 57-60] John of Gaunt's son, Henry of Bolingbroke, had been banished in 1398 by King Richard II (his cousin). This was Henry's punishment for having supported Richard's enemies two years previously. In July 1399, while Richard was in Ireland, Henry landed at Ravenspur, the port at the mouth of the Humber, and came to Pickering to claim his ducal estates. Henry quickly gained support, and following the forced abdication of Richard II, he claimed the throne as Henry IV. [Pickering Castle, p. 29] Adventurous and enterprising, he joined the Teutonic Knights fighting in Lithuania in 1390, and also went to Prussia, Cyprus and on pilgrimage to Jerusalem (1392-3)--before returning to the political tumoil of Richard II's court. To his renown as a fighting man, he added a reputation for generosity, elegance and well-developed literary and musical tastes. [The Plantagenet Encyclopedia, p. 94] Please be sure to verify data for yourself. This is a compiled collection of data; and may contain errors. Use this site as a reference/guide only. Check facts for yourself. -- CAA
b. Note:   BI34474
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: [Ref: CP IV p204, Paget HRHCharles p78, Paget HRHCharles p81, Paget HRHCharles p82] 1366 [Ref: Louda RoyalFamEurope #3, Louda RoyalFamEurope #5], place: [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p27, Weis AR7 #1A], parents: [Ref: CMH p892, ES II #85, Louda RoyalFamEurope #3, Louda RoyalFamEurope #5, Paget HRHCharles p22, Paget HRHCharles p78, Weis AR7 #1A], father: [Ref: Louda RoyalFamEurope #1, Wagner PedigreeProgress #3] Sources with Inaccurate Information: date: 3 Apr 1367 [Ref: ES II #85, Paget HRHCharles p27, Weis AR7 #1A]
c. Note:   DI34474
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: [Ref: ES II #13, ES II #18, ES II #85, Paget HRHCharles p78] 1413 [Ref: CMH p892, Louda RoyalFamEurope #3, Louda RoyalFamEurope #5, Wagner PedigreeProgress #3] 20 Mar 1412/13 [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p27, Weis AR7 #1A], place: [Ref: ES II #13, ES II #18, Paget HRHCharles p27, Weis AR7 #1A]
d. Note:   XI34474
Note:   Sources for this Information: place: [Ref: ES II #13, ES II #18, Paget HRHCharles p27]


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