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251 He was admitted (with his wife) to the Gild of Corpus Christi, York, 1475. (Scrope), Thomas 5th Lord Scrope of Masham (I1433)
252 He was admitted to Gray's Inn, 1528. (Stafford), Henry 1st Baron Stafford (I439)
253 He was among those appointed to be present at the Field of Cloth of Gold, June, and at the meeting with the Emperor at Gravelines, July, 1520, and to meet the Emperor between Canterbury and Dover, May 1522. (Neville), Ralph 4th Earl of Westmorland (I1435)
254 He was appointed Constable of Conisborough Castle and granted an annuity of £40, for life, 19 December 1459. (Percy), Thomas 1st Baron Egremont (I914)
255 He was attainted by James II's first Parliament in May 1689. (Dawnay), John 1st Viscount Downe (I1382)
256 He was beheaded without trial and attainted, 2 Nov. 1483, for conspiring on behalf of the future Henry VII. (Stafford), Henry 2nd Duke of Buckingham (I762)
257 He was born Clare George Compton. Vyner, Lt.-Cdr. Clare George (I1025)
258 He was Commissioner of Array, co. York, 2 March 1469/70. (Scrope), Thomas 5th Lord Scrope of Masham (I1433)
259 He was Commissioner to make inquisition touching the goods of Richard, Duke of York, and other rebels co. York, 14 March 1459/60. (Scrope), Thomas 5th Lord Scrope of Masham (I1433)
260 He was created Duke of Clarence at the same time that his younger brother, Richard, was created Duke of Gloucester, which was done "cingendo sibi gladium ac per apposicionem cappe capiti suo." This took place in London on St. Peter's Day (Sunday, 28 June) 1461. (Issue Rolls, Easter 2 Edw. IV, m. 3). He was first summoned to Parliament as Duke of Clarence, 28 Feb. 1466/7. (Vicary Gibbs) (Plantagenet), George Duke of Clarence (I368)
261 He was granted an annuity of £40 for good service against the rebels, 19 December 1459. (Scrope), Thomas 5th Lord Scrope of Masham (I1433)
262 He was heir male in 1534 to his uncle, Sir Edward Guildford, of Halden and Hempsted (in Benenden), Kent. In 1536 he reached agreement with Sir John Dudley and his wife, Jane, daughter of his uncle, Sir Edward Guildford, regarding settlement of his uncle's estate, by which he received the manors of Brocket, Upper Forsham, Lower Forsham, and Frencham, Kent. Guildford, Sir John (I717)
263 He was in command at the capture of Berwick, 1482, and made Governor thereof, 1483. His prowess was commended by the Commons in Parliament. (Percy), Henry 4th Earl of Northumberland (I763)
264 He was knighted at Whitehall upon King James I coming to London after his accession, 23 July, 1603. Dyneley, Sir Robert (I1583)
265 He was living temp. Henry VII and Henry VIII. Daunay, Sir Guy (I1363)
266 He was Lord of the Manor of Bramhope, which he purchased of Henry, Earl of Cumberland, 38 Henry VIII (c. 1547). Dyneley, William (I1508)
267 He was made a knight banneret by Richard, Duke of Gloucester, afterwards Richard III, in Halton Field, Scotland. Danby, Sir James (I1487)
268 He was made a ward of the Duke of Buckingham, 9 July 1510. (Neville), Ralph 4th Earl of Westmorland (I1435)
269 He was murdered and, being attainted a few days later, all his honours were forfeited. (Plantagenet), Thomas of Woodstock, 1st Duke of Gloucester (I499)
270 He was on the Commission of the Peace, co. York, North Riding, 9 June 1455, and East Riding, 2 February 1456/57. (Scrope), Thomas 5th Lord Scrope of Masham (I1433)
271 He was one of 13 kinsmen who were peers of Parliament, 1450–55. (See note in Complete Peerage, 2nd ed., sub Boyle of Kinalmeaky.) (Neville), George 1st Lord Latimer (I897)
272 He was removed to Cirencester, Gloucestershire. (Bathurst), Henry 3rd Earl Bathurst (I1255)
273 He was slain ex parte Regis at the first Battle of St. Albans. (Percy), Henry 2nd Earl of Northumberland (I898)
274 He was summoned to a Great Council, 29 November 1457. (Scrope), Thomas 5th Lord Scrope of Masham (I1433)
275 He was summoned to Parliament accordingly, 24 Nov. (1548) 2 Edw. VI, being placed last among the Barons. (Stafford), Henry 1st Baron Stafford (I439)
276 He was summoned to Parliament from 25 February (1431/32) 10 Hen. VI to 7 September (1469) 9 Edw. IV, by writs directed Georgio Latymer chivaler, whereby he is held to have become Lord Latimer(Neville), George 1st Lord Latimer (I897)
277 He was summoned to Parliament from 26 May (1455) 33 Hen. VI to 19 Aug. (1472) 12 Edw. IV, by writs directed Johanni Bourghchier de Berners chivaler, whereby he is held to have become Lord Berners(Bourchier), John 1st Lord Berners (I907)
278 He was summoned to Parliament from 5 September (1450) 29 Hen. VI to 9 October (1459) 38 Hen. VI by writs directed Thome Percy domino de Egremond' militi(Percy), Thomas 1st Baron Egremont (I914)
279 He was summoned to Parliament from 9 October (1459) 38 Hen. VI to 19 August (1472) 12 Edw. IV, by writs directed to "Thome Lescrop. de Masham.(Scrope), Thomas 5th Lord Scrope of Masham (I1433)
280 He was summoned to Parliament presumably from 25 August (1404) 5 Hen. IV, certainly from 21 December (1405) 7 Hen. IV to 13 January (1444/45) 23 Hen. VI. (de Poynings), Robert 4th Lord Poynings (I778)
281 He was summoned to Parliament, vita patris, from 14 December (1446) 25 Hen. VI to 26 May (1455) 33 Hen. VI, by writs directed Henrico de Percy ch[ivale]r Domino de Ponynges(Percy), Henry 3rd Earl of Northumberland (I775)
282 He was summoned to the Great Council to meet at Westminster, 15 August 1401, and to another (probably 1405). (de Poynings), Robert 4th Lord Poynings (I778)
283 He was taken by his grandfather, shortly after the death of Hotspur (his father), to Scotland, where he remained in the care of the Duke of Albany for about 10 years. (Percy), Henry 2nd Earl of Northumberland (I898)
284 He was the 6th Duke of the 1675 creation who received the Garter. See the Complete Peerage, volume ii, Appendix B, and especially page 586, where, under Stuart and Lennox, the number "seven" includes his son, the 7th Duke. (Gordon-Lennox), Charles Henry 6th Duke of Richmond (I955)
285 He was the last Roman Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury. (Pole), His Eminence Reginald Cardinal Pole (I428)
286 He was under age at this time. (FitzGerald), James 1st Duke of Leinster (I1266)
287 He was, on 1 May 1414, created in Parliament Earl of Cambridge. On this creation Courthope remarked: "For this creation there is neither Charter nor Patent, but only investiture in Parliament; it was the opinion of Lords Lyndhurst and St. Leonards, as expressed in their argument on the Wensleydale Peerage, that such investiture 'vested in him a transmissible inheritance to his legal heirs.'" The title was formerly held by his elder brother, Edward, 2nd Duke of York, who had earlier ceased to be Earl of Cambridge either by resignation or deprivation of title. (Plantagenet), Richard of Conisburgh, 3rd Earl of Cambridge (I433)
288 He went on the Garter mission to Denmark. (Hamilton), James 2nd Duke of Abercorn (I28)
289 Helped to suppress Perkin Warbeck's followers in 1496. (Neville), Richard 2nd Lord Latimer (I1307)
290 Her connection with the title "Holland, co. Lincoln," was that its former owner had given the name of Holland to Holland House, in Kensington, which house was rented by her husband from William Edwardes in 1746, and bought by him in 1767. (Lennox), Georgiana Carolina 1st Baroness Holland (I1256)
291 Her father lived at Sleningford, Yorkshire, England. Parkinson, Mary (I1803)
292 Her father lived near Carlisle. Lowther, unknown (I1775)
293 Her will, dated 18 August, proved 27 November 1448 (Register Stafford, Lambeth, folio 67), presumably directs burial near her 1st husband in St. Martin's Orgar, London. Squery, Margaret (I788)
294 Her will, dated 20 July, proven 23 August 1455 (P.C.C., Stokton 3—Abstract in Test. Vetusta, page 277), directs burial with her first husband at Arundel. See Sussex Arch. Coll., volume lxxvi, page 64; Gough, Sepulchral Monuments, volume ii, plates 22, 45. Berkeley, Eleanor (I781)
295 His body was later moved to Thetford, Norfolk, England. (Howard), John 1st Duke of Norfolk (I698)
296 His descendants, if not barred by alienage, being American subjects, should enjoy the baronetcy. Wyvill, Marmaduke (I1890)
297 His letter-book, 1545–53, with other MS. collections on his family history, is penes Lord Bagot. In 1548 he published The true dyfferes between ye regall power and the ecclesiasticall power (a translation of Fox's work of 1534), with a handsome dedication to Protector Somerset. His translation of two epistles of Erasmus was published in 1553, though no copy can now be traced (Strype, Eccles. Mem., volume iii, pt. 1, page 180). He also translated from the French by Treherne a work on forests, which is extant in Stowe MS. 414, folios 203–26. An epitaph by him on his sister, the Duchess of Norfolk, in Lambeth church, is printed in Horace Walpole's Royal and Noble Authors, ed. Park, volume ii, pages 10–11. (Stafford), Henry 1st Baron Stafford (I439)
298 His will, dated 20 July 1428, proven 31 October 1430 (P.C.C., Luffenam 14), directs burial before the west door in Poynings churchyard, and mentions three (unnamed) children, evidently two sons and a daughter. See also a will drawn up 13 July, printed in Coll. Top. et Gen., volume iii, page 259. de Poynings, Hon. Sir Richard (I777)
299 Imprisoned in the Tower of London from an early age. Pole, Hon. Henry (I417)
300 In 1385 he attended Richard II on his expedition into Scotland. Percy, Sir Henry styled Lord Percy (I896)

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