4 edition of reburial of Richard Duke of York, 21-30 July 1476 found in the catalog.
reburial of Richard Duke of York, 21-30 July 1476
Anne F. Sutton
Enlarged and corrected version of text which originally appeared in The Ricardian, vol.X no.127, December 1994.
|Statement||Anne F. Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs, with P.W. Hammond.|
|Contributions||Visser-Fuchs, Livia., Hammond, P. W. 1936-, Richard III Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||54|
Sir Richard Duke III, is the son of Richard Duke II, and Martha Parker. He married Lady Margaret Bassett, daughter of Sir Arthur Bassett,(son of Sir John Bassett V of Heaton, and Lady Frances Plantagenet of York) and Lady Eleanor Chichester. Lady Frances Plantagenet, was the daughter of Sir Arthur Plantagenet, (son of. 3 Henry VI - Biography of Richard, Duke of York This video is part of an MFA in Dramaturgy project by Paul Rycik for the American Shakespeare Center production of 3 .
crowns a year. He preached at the reburial of Richard, Duke of York, and Edmund, Earl of Rutland, at Fotheringhay on 30 July , and in took part in the funeralceremonies of Edward IV, riding at the head of the procession from Westminster to Windsor. He was one of the king’s executors and continued as. A. F. Sutton, L. Visser-Fuchs and P. W. Hammond, The Reburial of Richard Duke of York 21–30 July (London, ); Google Scholar C. Marsh, ‘The Gravestone of Thomas Lawrence Revisited (or the Family of Love and the Local Community in Balsham, –)’, in M. Spufford (ed.), The World of Rural Dissenters, – (Cambridge.
This first biography of Richard, third duke of York, is a case study of the political opposition of a great lord to the regime of Henry VI. Focusing on the increasing isolation of a once loyal subject, the book includes the first evaluation of Richard's two effective periods as Protector of England, and presents fresh evidence on the events surrounding the Wars of the/5(2). "Richard of Shrewsbury, 1st Duke of York, 1st Duke of Norfolk, 1st Earl of Norfolk, Earl Marshal (17 August –?) was the sixth child and second son of King Edward IV of England and Elizabeth Woodville, born in Shrewsbury.".
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Books. Go Search Hello Select your address Format: Paperback. In ‘The Reburial of Richard, Duke of York, July ’ published by The Richard III Society, the editors, 21-30 July 1476 book F. Sutton and Livia Visser-Fuchs, have collected into one slim volume all the existing sources relating to this particular event.
Inseveral years before he took the throne, this Richard’s residence in the north made him the natural choice to escort the remains of his father Richard Duke of York (and those of his brother Edmund) south to be re-interred in the York family’s new mausoleum at Fotheringhay.
Richard of York in the frontispiece of the Talbot Shrewsbury Book, Born: 21 September Died: 30 December (aged 49) Sandal Magna (at the Battle of Wakefield), Yorkshire: Burial: 30 July [reburial - the original burial was at Pontefract, date unknown, but shortly after his death.].
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Ursula (died young.). About Richard of York, 3rd Duke of York "Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York, 6th Earl of March, 4th Earl of Cambridge, and 7th Earl of Ulster, conventionally called Richard of York (21 September – 30 December ) was a leading English magnate, great-grandson of King Edward III.
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The reburial of Richard, Duke of York, July by Anne F Sutton (Book) Richard, Duke of York, and the development of an Irish faction by Vincent Gorman (Book). Richard of York, 3rd Duke of York (21 September – 30 December ), was a leading English magnate, a great-grandson of King Edward III.
Dukedoms. Prince Richard was created Duke of York in May and made a Knight of the Garter the following year. From this time on, it became a tradition for the second son of the English sovereign to be Duke of York.
He was created Earl of Nottingham on 12 June On 15 Januaryin St Stephen's Chapel, Westminster, when he was about 4 years old, he married the 5-year-old Anne de Born: 17 AugustShrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Dukedoms. Richard was created Duke of York in May From this time on, it became a tradition for the second son of the English sovereign to be Duke of York.
On 15 Januaryin St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster, when he was about 4 years old, he married the 5-year-old Anne de Mowbray, 8th Countess of Norfolk, who had inherited the vast Mowbray estates in The bodies of the duke of York and his son Edmund were transferred from Pontefract in when the duke’s son Edward was king.
They were taken in procession to the church near to their family home at Fotheringhay. Richard Nevill and his son Thomas were removed to Bisham Abbey.You can order the book by Anne F Sutton & Livia Visser-Fuchs The Reburial of Richard Duke of York, Julywhich is mentioned on the webpage, from the Richard III Society (go to ‘Publications’, then ‘Books, Monographs and Booklets’, then ‘Books by the Richard III Society’).