Edward IV, 1442-1483

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Accession date: 1461

Places: England

Title: King of England and Lord of Ireland

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referencedIn VOL. I. Transcipts from 1250 to 1483, chiefly in Latin, of which the following are the principal:-1. Survey of the honour of Peverel, co. Nott.; 34 Hen. III. [1250], f. i. 2. "Rotulus de nominibus Judeorum et Judearum Lincolniæ, et summis starrorum ..., 1250-1483 British Library
referencedIn LETTERS PATENT of Edward IV. granting arms (az. ten mascles or, on a canton gules the leopard of England or) to Louis de Brugges de la Gruthuse, Prince de Steenhuse, Lord of Auelghien de Spiers de Aeinstede et de Oestampe, lately created Earl of Winc..., 1472-1500 British Library
creatorOf LETTER OF EDWARD IV, as Earl of March, and Edmund, Earl of Rutland, sons of Richard, Duke of York, a claimant to the English throne, recommending their emissary, Antonio de la Torre, to Francesco Sforza, Duke of Milan; 10 Dec. 1460. Latin. Signed 'E.... British Library
referencedIn "TRACTATUS vulgariter dictus La Gerretiere, alias speculum Anglorum, editum per fratrem Mondonum Belualeti . . . Archidiaconum Cluniacensem, . . . In Cluniaco, 1463." A description of the Order of the Garter; followed by an Epitome of the same also i..., 16th century British Library
creatorOf Guyart des Moulins, La Bible historiale, 1470-approximately 1479 British Library
referencedIn HISTORY ofthe Principality of Wales, Duchy of Cornwall, and Earldom of Chester, by Sir John Doderidue ;-Ordinances of Edward IV. for the training of his son, the Prince of Wales, and the good rule of his household, dat. Westm. 27 Febr. a. r. 22 [1483..., 17th century British Library
creatorOf Vincent of Beauvais, translated by Jean de Vignay, Le miroir historial (a French translation of the Speculum historiale), books 1-5, 1479-1480 British Library
referencedIn Edward IV., 2nd Great Seal.Edward IV of England: Second great seal: [1461-1471]. British Library
referencedIn COPIES of historical papers, viz.: 1. Ordinances of the household of Edward II., translated from the French; 13 Mar. 1601, f. 1. 2. Ordinances of the household of Edward IV., f. 55. 3. Forms of oaths for various offices, f. 115. 4. The claim of Marga..., 17th century British Library
creatorOf TREATIES AND RELATED DOCUMENTS, chiefly concerning England; 1043-1654. Latin, English, French and Portuguese. Copies, mid 17th cent.: main text written after June 1646, see the latest dated item in the main hand, ff. 341-341b. One item bears a margin... British Library
referencedIn BADGES of the nobility, etc. ; circ. 1466-1470. A. Fifty-seven badges, originally drawn in ink and tinted, on two sheets of paper, one pasted on the back of the other, but cut out and laid down in their present form by Sir John Fenn, the Norfolk anti..., approximately 1466-1470 British Library
creatorOf Bible Historiale, Volume 1, 1479 British Library
referencedIn WRIOTHESLEY'S HERALDIC COLLECTIONS. Vol. IV. 'Writhe's Book of Knights': collections made apparently by John Writhe, Garter King of Arms 1478-1504, and his son Sir Thomas Wriothesley, Garter King of Arms 1505-1534, mainly consisting of lists of knigh..., 14th century-16th century British Library
referencedIn " THE BOOKE of Heraldrye and other thinges togither with the Order of Coronacions," etc.: a common-place book chiefly of heraldic and historical collections by Robert Commaundre (ob. 1613), Rector of Tarporley, co. Chester, and Chaplain to Sir Henry ..., 1525-1625 British Library
referencedIn Miscellany, including Thomas Hoccleve's Regiment of Princes. British Library
referencedIn Vol. I.Paston family; of Paston, Norfolk: Correspondence and papers: 15th cent.includes:f. 1 Nicholas, Prior of Bromholm: Letter to W. Paston: 1425 (?). f.1 Bromholm Priory; Norfolk: Priors. Nicholas: 1425(?). f. 3 William Paston, Judge (ob. 1444):..., 15th century British Library
creatorOf Vincent of Beauvais, translated by Jean de Vignay, Le miroir historial (a French translation of the Speculum historiale) books 6-9, 1479-1480 British Library
referencedIn A COLLECTION of English Poems by John Lydgate and others; chiefly in the handwriting of John Stowe, the historian. The contents are:-1. "A pece of ye battayll of the psalms:" beginning, "That every man in his degree." Copied "out of M[a]ster. Blomfe..., 1558 British Library
creatorOf La Grande histoire César (Les faits des Romains, with additional texts), 1479 British Library
referencedIn Vol. XXV. MISCELLANEOUS Political and State Papers; late l5th cent.-1648 [9]. Included are -1. Fragment of discourse on affairs in Portugal; late 15th cent. f. 1. 2. Rejoinder drawn up by order of Henry VIII. to the answer made by the Emperor Charle... British Library
referencedIn Vol. II.Bookplates and Book-stamps: Fenn (Sir John), editor of the Paston Letters; d.: 1794.Sir John Fenn, editor of the Paston Letters: Bookplates of arms.includes:f. 4 William Paston II, son of William Paston I: Letters to his brother J. Paston I... British Library
creatorOf PAPERS OF ROBERT BEALE RELATING TO RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS; 1535-1593, n.d. Latin and English. Copies (except where otherwise described), with headings, notes and corrections by Beale passim. 1. ff. 9-24b. Papers relating to the trial and imprisonment of J..., 1461-1599 British Library
referencedIn Vol. XXXIII. A collection of prints and drawings relating to Windsor ; at the end are four letters to Richards, 1840. Ff.161.Art. Engravings, etc: Windsor and neighbourhood, etc.: 17th-19th centt.Windsor, Parks: Views of Windsor and neighbourhood, et..., 1840 British Library
creatorOf Caesar, translated by Jan Du Quesne (or Jean Duchesne), Bellum Gallicum (Les commentaires de Cesar), 1473-1476 British Library
creatorOf PAPERS RELATING TO NEGOTIATIONS WITH SPAIN CONCERNING THE NETHERLANDS TRADE, AND WITH THE HANSEATIC LEAGUE; 13th cent.-1597. Latin, English and Spanish. Partly copies, drafts and printed. Some of the material is in Beale's autograph or bears his alte..., 1200-1597 British Library
referencedIn John de Vere, 13th Earl of Oxford; Lord High Admiral: Rumoured landing of, in co. Devon: 1473.Edward IV of England: Letter to the Sheriff of co. Devon conc. rumoured landing of the Earl of Oxford: 1473.: Signature and signet.Devonshire: Sign manual t... British Library
referencedIn Vol. VII (ff. 276). 1248-1620.includes:ff. 1, 2 (copies) Southill, Bedfordshire: Deeds rel. to Stanford in: 1248, 1626.ff. 1-2 Orders Military. St. John of Jerusalem: Grants to Hospitallers of Hardwick, co. Bedf., in Stanford: 1248, n.d.: Copies...., 1248-1620 British Library
creatorOf Privy Seal warrant of Edward IV granting to Brian Talbot the manor and advowson of Newton in the Wellowes al. Neutonkyme; 20 April 5 Edw IV [1465]. Latin.Privy Seal of Edward IV (imperf.)Edward IV of England: Grants of land to Brian Talbot: 1461-1465... British Library
referencedIn Court of King's Bench: Seal: 1473.Edward IV of England: King's Bench seal: 1473. British Library
referencedIn RALPH STARKEY TRANSCRIPTSTranscripts of State Papers and political tracts made chiefly by Ralph Starkey (d. 1628), relating with few exceptions to the royal marriages of England; 1474-1624. Viz.:-(1) Covenant for a proposed marriage of Cicely, dau. ..., 1474-1624 British Library
creatorOf NEGOTIATIONS FOR THE TREATY OF UTRECHT with the Hanse (1474), materials concerning relations with France, the Papacy, etc.; 1337?-1474. Mostly Latin and French. Copies and drafts, 15th cent. For the Utrecht negotiations, see C. L. Scofield, The life ..., 1336-1474 British Library
referencedIn Inspeximus of Edward IV, King of England, 1462 Senate House Library (University of London)
referencedIn Alchemy: General collections and anonymous treatises and processes in prose and verse; in chronological order: 14th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1-8 Johannes Pauper: Breviarium seu breviloquium: 15th-17th cent.f. 29 Edward IV of England: Alchemical pr... British Library
referencedIn JOHN STOW (d.1605): list of English and Welsh parish livings and religious establishments; circa 1541. Autograph. This work, which was compiled late 16th cent., is based on an unidentified source to which Stowe appears to allude in a note (f. 14v), a..., approximately 1541 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS acquired with Add. MSS. 40696-40716, viz. 1. Papers relating to the Cinque Ports and their members. They, with articles 3, 4 and 5, probably came into possession of their former owners, the Oxenden family, on the death of Sir Ba..., 1465-1799 British Library
creatorOf Privy Seal warrant of Edward IV granting to Brian Talbot for the term of his life the lands which forfeited by Sir William Taylboys in Neuton in the Welowes; 21 Dec. 1 Edw. IV [1461]. Privy Seal of Edward IV (imperf.)Edward IV of England: Grants of l... British Library
referencedIn AUTOGRAPHS of royal persons; 1443-1791, viz.: 1. Letter signed by Isabel [of Portugal, wife of Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy] to Nicolas de Cerilly, Receiver of Aids at St. Quentin; Bruges, 6 Oct. 1443. Fr. f. 1. 2. John, Count of Angoulesme, to ..., 1443-1791 British Library
referencedIn "COPIES of some curious antiquarian papers," viz.: 1. Extractus "e Registro domini John Ginewell Episcopi Lincoln-[iensis];" [1351-1362], f. 2. 2. Latin verses and a prayer "out of a M.S. Missall on Vellom 8mo written before the year 1445, etc.," f...., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Fr: Nicholson: Chemical tract and collection of chemical and alchemical receipts and processes: 1676/7, 17th cent.Alchemy: General collections and anonymous treatises and processes in prose and verse; in chronological order: 14th-18th centt.includes:... British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS Original letters and papers, etc., l5th cent.-1869. Paper; ff. 304. Folio. British Library
creatorOf Bible Historiale, Volumes 1 and 2, 1479 British Library
referencedIn VOL. I. Henry IV. King of England, n. d., f. 23; T[homas Arundel], Archbishop of Canterbury, 11 Apr., f. 24; Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, Henry [Chicheley], Archbishop of Canterbury, John [Stafford], Bishop of Bath, William Lyndewood, and others of ..., 15th century-17th century British Library
referencedIn WRIOTHESLEY HERALDIC COLLECTIONS. Vol. I. Collections relating to funerals. Parts of the MS. are in Wriothesley's hand, notably ff. 13, 36, 50b-51, 67b-68, 69b-72, 79, 137, 151-154b, 159-162; but his signatures on ff. 143 ('thomas writhesley', altere..., 1463-1531 British Library
referencedIn Grant of Office British Library
referencedIn FIRST GREAT SEAL of Edward IV., very fine and perfect; in white wax.[xxvi. 17.]Edward IV of England: Impressions of the great seals. British Library
referencedIn Elizabeth Widvile, Queen of Edward IV.Edward IV of England: Cast of seal of Elizabeth Widvile, wife of. British Library
referencedIn TRAITÉ des différends entre les Roys de France et d'Angleterre, dedié au Roy Louis Xl. [par Jean Juvenal des Ursins?];-Pour monstrer que le royaume d'Escosse est feudataire de celuy d'Angieterre;-Traité de paix et alliance entre le Roy Charles VIII...., 1483-1572 British Library
creatorOf PAPERS CONCERNING RELATIONS BETWEEN ENGLAND AND THE HANSEATIC LEAGUE; temp. John-1587. Latin, English, French and German. Copies, late 16th cent. The manuscript is annotated by Beale throughout and may have been compiled on his instructions in or aro..., 1409-1599 British Library
creatorOf Jean de Wavrin, Recueil des croniques d’Engleterre, vol. 1, 1471-1483 British Library
referencedIn Richard Gardyner, alias Gardener; Lord Mayor of London: General pardon to: 1484.Edward IV of England: General pardon to Alderman R. Gardyner: 1484. British Library
referencedIn (Gr. xlvi.) COLLECTIONS relating to tournaments, etc..-1. "The ordinances, statutes, and rules made and inacted by John [Tiptoft], Earle of Worcestre, constable of England, by the kinges; [Edward IV.] comandement, at Windsore, the xxixth day of May,... British Library
referencedIn MODERN IMPRESSION in red wax of the obverse of Edward IV's seal for his chancery of Monmouth. From the matrix in the National Museum of Wales, for which see W. S. Walford and A. Way, Archaeological ,7ournal, xiv, 1857, p. 55, and T. Wakeman, Journal ... British Library
referencedIn Edward IV., 3rd seal. British Library
referencedIn MODERN CAST Of the reverse of the first Great Seal of Edward IV, as Wyon, Great Seals of England, no. 82.Edward IV of England: First Great Seal (reverse). British Library
creatorOf Benvenuto da Imola, Romuléon, translated by Jean Miélot, 1480 British Library
referencedIn ACT OF ATTAINDER OF HENRY VI and his adherents, in English, passed 4 Nov.-21 Dec., I Edw. IV [1461]; a contemporary, or nearly contemporary, copy, originally forming part of a larger volume from which it has been abstracted. The text differs in detai..., 1461 British Library
creatorOf PRECEDENT BOOK, etc.; 15th cent. Some Latin. Contains copies of royal letters, extracts from chronicles and state papers, etc., 1326 -temp. Edward IV, the latest dated item being art. 26, 1482. Also included are some later historical notes (artt. 1,..., 1369-1499 British Library
referencedIn TREASURERS' Accompts, muster-books and other papers of Sandwich, co. Kent, and its members; 1382-1695. 1. Notification to the Cinque Ports of the general confirmation of Magna Carta, etc., by Richard II.; 24 Oct. 1382. Latin. Contemp. copy. f. 1. 2. ... British Library
referencedIn Sloane 2251Paper, in folio, ff. 125; XVII Century.1. 'Proposalls to be made to Dr. Cox' — in behalf of the College of Physicians; relative to an exchange of land near the college for the purpose of building.' f. 1.2. Brief summaries of the characters... British Library
creatorOf PARDON from Edward IV to John Trelawny, formerly of 'Wolston' [Wolsdon in Antony?], co. Cornw.; 1472.Edward IV of England: John Trelawny, of 'Wolston', county Cornwall: Pardon to John Trelawny from Edward IV: 1472. British Library
creatorOf Jehan de Wavrin, Anciennes et nouvelles chroniques d'Angleterre, approximately 1470-approximately 1480 British Library
referencedIn includes:ff. 10-58 Principality of Wales: History of the Principality from the Tower Records, by Sir J. Doddridge: 17th cent.ff. 10-58 Sir John Doddridge, judge: History of the Principality of Wales, Duchy of Cornwall, and Earldom of Chester: 17t... British Library
referencedIn Edward IV., 4th British Library
referencedIn Vol.. IV.; tempp. Hen. III.-Hen. VII. 1. Accounts relating to David Bruce, prisoner in England; 21-31 Edw. III. [1347-1357], f. 4. 2. English benefices in the hands of Cardinals; 20 Edw. III. [1346], f. 7. 3. Itineraries, from household accounts, for..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Sir John Wenlock, Baron Wenlock 1461: Writ for arrest of: 1459.Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York: Writ for his arrest: 1459.Edmund Plantagenet, styled Earl of Rutland; son of Richard, 3rd Duke of York: Writ for his arrest: 1459.Sir James Pickerin... British Library
creatorOf Charles d'Orleans, Poetry; Pseudo-Heloise, Epistles; 'Les demands d'amours'; 'Le livre dit grace entiere'. British Library
referencedIn Edward IV of England: Seal. British Library
referencedIn Edward IV of England: Common Pleas seal: 1473.Court of CommonPleas: Seals of Edw. IV, Hen. VII and Hen. VIII for: 1473-1538. British Library
referencedIn SECOND GREAT SEAL of Edward IV. [Cf. Harl. Chart. 75 E. 14.] ; in white wax. [xxxvi. 5.]Edward IV of England: Impressions of the great seals. British Library
referencedIn FULLER COLLECTION. Vol. II. Transcripts of Battle Abbey charters (confirmations, temp. Henry VI and Edward IV), with marginal notes by William Camden; late 16th cent. Latin.Paper; ff. iv+16. 310 x 210mm.Henry VI of England: Edward IV of England: Batt... British Library
referencedIn Miscellancous Works. Vol. II. Contents:-1. "Principes des Poids, des Monnayes et des Mesures des Anciens, avec des tables construites sur ces principes unfinished drafts of two treatises (the second including medieval Europe) written in 1759, printe..., 1759-approximately 1770 British Library
referencedIn Elizabeth Le Scrope, widow of John, 4th Lord Scrope of Masham: Mandamus of Edward IV for payment of rents to: 1461.: Engl.Edward IV of England: Mandamus for payment of rents to Dowager Lady Scrope: 1461.: Engl.: Signet. British Library
referencedIn Vol. I (ff. 276). Viz:-(1) Appointment by Edward IV of John Russell, Bishop of Rochester, and Anthony Wydville, Earl Rivers, to be Governors of Edward, Prince of Wales; 28 Sept. 1473. Copy. ff. 1-5b. (2) Sir Richard Morison to the Council; Spires, 7... British Library
referencedIn COMMONPLACE-BOOK of Francis Thynne, Lancaster Herald [1602-1608], relating to English history and antiquities; consisting of extracts from chronicles, monastic registers, etc., including the following:-1. "Thinges taken oute of an olde writen frenc... British Library
referencedIn A Volume in folio; on paper: containing,1. " Leicester's Common-Wealthe. The Coppye of a Letter wrightten by a Mr. of Arts of Cambridge to his frends in London concerninge some talke paste betweene two worll and grave men about the present State, and... British Library
referencedIn CLXXIX. I2. MODERN CAST of the seal of Elizabeth Woodville al. Wydeville, Queen Consort of Edward IV. As Birch, no. 807. Cf. also CI. 8.Edward IV of England: Seal of Qu. Elisabeth Woodville.: COPY. British Library
referencedIn Edward IV of England: Casts of seals for co. Chester. British Library
referencedIn Vol. III.includes:f. 1 Edward IV of England: History of his recovery of the kingdom: 1471.f. 136 Perkin Warbeck: Historical pieces relating to: 19th cent.f. 136 Henry VII of England: Transcripts of pieces relating to Perkin Warbeck: 19th cent. British Library
referencedIn Medicine: Charms and Receipts. Orationes et receptæmedica.: 10th-18th centt.includes:f. 22 Edward IV of England: Pomander against the Pestilence: 17th cent. British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS HISTORICAL MATERIALS; 12th-16th centt. Latin and English. Copies and extracts, late 16th cent. (unless otherwise described). 17th-cent. contents list, f. iv. 1. ff. 1-4. Extracts from Roger of Hoveden's chronicle relative to the descent..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn Heraldic Treatise with Armorial Drawings and Medical Recipe for Edward IV; 1517. Middle English. Imperfect. The cataloguing of this heraldic manuscript was funded by the Wellcome Trust and only an additional medical recipe is fully itemised in the..., 1517 British Library
referencedIn Alchemy: General collections and anonymous treatises and processes in prose and verse; in chronological order: 14th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1-65 b Johann Monte-Snyders: Metamorphosis Planetarum: 17th cent.: Engl. transl.ff. 118-136 Ramón Lull, of... British Library
referencedIn Edward IV of England: Casts of seals for co. Chester. British Library
referencedIn Vol. III.Margaret Paston, wife of John Paston, son of Judge Paston: Correspondence: 1465-1482.Sir John Paston, eldest son of J Paston, senior: Correspondence: 1465-1479.John Paston, senior, son of Judge W Paston: Correspondence: 1449 -1465.Sir John ..., 1465-1482 British Library
creatorOf Bible Historiale, Volume 2, 1479 British Library
referencedIn Edward IV of England: Letters patent exempting Lord Beauchamp of Powick from attending Parliament, etc.: 1462.: Great Seal (fragment).Sir John Beauchamp, 1st Baron Beauchamp of Powick: Letters patent exempting him from attendance at Parliament: 1462. British Library
referencedIn William Hattecliffe, Physician to Henry VI. and Edward IV., and Secretary to Edward IV: Additions to a "Corpus Medicinæ," and prescriptions for Royal and noble patients: 15th cent.includes:ff. 3-336 Medicine: Corpus Medicinæ: 15th-16th cent.f. 338 ... British Library
referencedIn Sloane 2101Paper, in folio, ff. 107, XVII Century.1. De la generation et formation de corps humain. ff. 2-9.2. De alchymia tractatulus. ff. 10-12.3. De generatione sulphure vulgi et mercuriae, etc. ff. 13-15.4. 'An admonition wherein the author decla... British Library
referencedIn GENEALOGY of Edward the Fourth of England, showing his title to the crowns of Wales, France, and England, in three lines of descent. A contemporaneous vellum roll. [Add. 18,268. A.], 19th century British Library
referencedIn Receipt British Library
referencedIn Edward IV of England: Licence to R. Ask: 1465.Roger Ask, son of Conan Ask: Licence to, to enter upon his inheritance: 1465.Aske, North Riding of Yorkshire: Deeds rel. to: circ. 1319-1561. British Library
referencedIn LETTERS PATENT Of Edward [IV], ratifying a treaty of alliance with Charles [the Bold], Duke of Burgundy; Westminster, 25 July, 1474. Lat. Printed in Rymer, v, iii, p. 41. Hodgkin sale, lot 17 (Ph. 31793). British Library
creatorOf Jean Froissart, Chroniques, vol. 4, approximately 1480 British Library
referencedIn DESCENT of King Edward the Fourth, to shew his title to the crown as heir of Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York; with fourteen lines of English poetry prefixed ;-Genealogy of the Saxon and Roman kings, brought down to Henry VI., accompanied by a short..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn Missenden Abbey; Buckinghamshire: Chartulary: late 15th cent.includes:f. 15 Henry Missendene, Abbat of Missenden: Form of his election: 1462.: Lat.f. 44 b Richard Fleming, Bishop of Lincoln: Appropriation of Glatton Church to Missenden abbey: 142... British Library
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Place Name Admin Code Country
York, Yorkshire
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Impington, Cambridgeshire
London, England
Sandown Bridge, Kent
Jersey, Channel Islands
Ireland, Europe
Castle Combe, Wiltshire
Wales, United Kingdom
Isle of Man, England
Bamburgh, Northumberland
Worcestershire, England
Repps-with-Bastwick, Norfolk
Romford, Essex
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Virginia, Colony of, North America
Danzig, Germany
Wirkesworth, Derbyshire
Lough Foyle, Ireland
London, England
Beckingham, Lincolnshire
Southampton, Hampshire
Old Windsor, Berkshire
Dunkirk, France
Little Hadham, Hertfordshire
Glatton, Huntingdonshire
Devonshire, England
High Peak, Derbyshire
Bruges, Belgium
Essex, England
Nieuport, the Netherlands
Antwerp, Belgium
Eltham, Kent
Genoa, Italy
Witham, Essex
Mantes, France
Farnham, Surrey
Utrecht, the Netherlands
Caister, Norfolk
Derwentfells, Cumberland
Egypt, Africa
Pencarreg, Carmarthenshire
Ely, Cambridgeshire
Antwerp, Belgium
Switzerland, Europe
Carlisle, Cumberland
Wookey, Somerset
Calais, France
Chester, Cheshire
Walmer, Kent
Isle of Man, England
London, England
Norfolk, England
Gillingham, Kent
Ostend, Flanders
St Omer, Pas-de-Calais
Staincliff in Craven, West Riding of Yorkshire
Southill, Bedfordshire
Rampisham, Dorset
Stade, Germany
Cranbourn Lodge, Berkshire
Oxnead, Norfolk
Carnarvonshire, Wales
Kilmersdon, Somerset
Guiana, South America
Edmonton, Middlesex
Dunstanburgh, Northumberland
Pleshey, Essex
Windsor, Berkshire
Mantes, France
Folkestone, Kent
Wallingford, Berkshire
Stebbing, Essex
Sybaris, Italy
London, England
Kent, England
Malines, Belgium
The Retesetys, Derbyshire
Canterbury, Province of, Kent
Dublin, Ireland
St. Vincent, West Indies
Barbary, North Africa
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Cheshire, England
Yorkshire, England
Windermere, Westmorland
Bocking, Essex
Buckland, Kent
Elbing, Poland
Aldbourn, Wiltshire
Boroughbridge, Yorkshire
Rayne, Essex
Hertford, Hertfordshire
Dort, Holland
Great Kimble, Buckinghamshire
Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk
Monmouth, Monmouthshire
King's Langley, Hertfordshire
Wales, United Kingdom
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland
Sporle, Norfolk
Great and Little Saling, alias Bardfield
London, England
London, England
Ulster, Province of, Northern Ireland
Edinburgh, Scotland
Lindsell, Essex
Kent, England
Bishop's Sutton, Hampshire
Portersfee, Essex
Guatemala, Central America
Maldon, Essex
Rye, Sussex
London, England
Wiltshire, England
Arras, France
Cologne, Germany
Old Romney, Kent
Lynsted, Kent
Lincolnshire, England
Tutbury, Staffordshire
The Spital, Derbyshire
Calais, France
Houghton St Giles, Norfolk
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Chingford, Essex
Cologne, Germany
Hamburg, Germany
New Windsor, Berkshire
Greasley, Nottinghamshire
Hougham, Kent
Paston, Norfolk
Ireland, Europe
Calais, France
Norfolk, England
Ludlow Castle, Shropshire
Saxony, Germany
Lübeck, Germany
Suffolk, England
Cologne, Germany
Spain, Europe
Sandwich, Kent
Suffolk, England
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Boston, Lincolnshire
Surrey, England
Bergen-op-Zoom, the Netherlands
Wymondham, Norfolk
Wales, United Kingdom
Skirbeck, Lincolnshire
Marpull, Cheshire
Billingborough, Lincolnshire
Lucca, Italy
Constance, Germany
Shiplake, Oxfordshire
Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire
North Weald-Basset, Essex
Ireland, Europe
Windsor, Berkshire
Suffolk, England
Mexico, Central America
Aske, North Riding of Yorkshire
London, England
Lisbon, Portugal
Bristol, Gloucestershire
St Albans, Hertfordshire
California, U.S.A.
Bremen, Germany
Aquitaine, France
Netherlands, Europe
St Lucia, the Carribean
Isle of Thanet, Kent
Portugal, Kingdom of, Europe
Lincoln, Lincolnshire
Rhé, Brittany
Havering atte Bower, Essex
Sussex, England
Tottenham, Middlesex
Thebes, Greece
Dowsby, Lincolnshire
Windsor, Berkshire


Birth 1442

Death 1483



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