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  • ID: I94095
  • Name: Edward Of York Plantagenet
  • Given Name: Edward Of York
  • Surname: Plantagenet
  • Prefix: Duke Of Albermarle
  • Suffix: Of York 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1373 in Conisbrough Castle, South Yorkshire, England
  • Death: 25 Oct 1415 in Battle Of Agincourt, Pas-De-Calais, France 8 2 3
  • Burial: 1 Dec 1415 Fotheringay, Northamptonshire, England 9
  • _TAG: 10 11 12
  • DSCR:
  • Note: overweight
  • Event: Alt. Birth Alt. Birth 1373
  • Note: Conisborough Castle, Yorkshire, England 9
  • Occupation: Bet 1390 and 1415
  • Note: 1st Earl of Rutland 8
  • Occupation: 1392
  • Note: Admiral of England 8
  • Occupation: Bet 1397 and 1399
  • Note: 1st Duke of Aumale 8
  • Occupation: Bet 1402 and 1415
  • Note: 2nd Duke of York 8
  • Event: Military Aug 1412
  • Note: Normandy 8
  • Event: Military 1415
  • Note: Battle of Agincourt, France 8
  • Event: Alt. Death Alt. Death 25 Oct 1415
  • Note: Battle Of Agincourt, Pas-De-Calais, France 9
  • _UID: 6BFE331ACC2C43FF95ABD5D0F5E7CAEB6622
  • Change Date: 2 Oct 2015 at 14:24
  • Note:
    Son of Edmund Langley, Duke of York, and Isabella of Castil e; d. 1415. [Table III]

    Duke of Albemarle; succeeded his father in 1402 and d. in 1 415 at Agincourt. [Conisbrough Castle, p. 23]

    Son of Edmund of Langley and Isabella of Castile; his fathe r's heir. [Wars of the Roses, p. 28]

    Earl of Rutland, son of the Duke of York; favorite of Kin g Richard II, his cousin. He may have been a homosexual, si nce his marriage to Philippa de Mohun produced no children . In appearance and character, Rutland took after his Casti lian mother: he was intelligent and good looking, but late r became very overweight. His chief role was that of courti er, but he was also a cultivated man who wrote a popular tr eatise on hunting. Richard II 'loved him exceedingly, mor e than any other man in the kingdom', according to the Fren ch chronicler Jean Creton, and Rutland quickly became the m ost influential man at court. [Wars of the Roses, pp. 33-34]

    In 1402 Edward, son and heir of Edmund late Duke of York, w as granted livery of his inheritance except for the castl e and lordship of Rising, about which a suit in Chancery wa s said to be pending between him and Henry the King's son a nd Prince of Wales -- i.e., Henry of Monmouth, then also Du ke of Cornwall. Prince Hal won his suit and recovered his c astle and lordship, with one quarter of the tolbooth of Lyn n and all other appurtenances. [Castle Rising, p. 22]

    2nd Duke of York; created by King Richard II 25 Feb 1389, E arl of Rutland, to enjoy that title during the life of hi s father only, and 29 Sep 1397, Duke of Albemarle. [Extinc t Peerages http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/History/Barons/ ExtinctDukes.html]

    1371-1415. Edward supported Richard II against the lords ap pellant in 1397 and was in return created 1st duke of Aumal e and granted the office of constable. Henry IV deprived hi m of these rewards after his accession in 1399, but made hi m a privy councillor. Edward accompanied the force Henry I V sent to Normandy in Aug 1412 to assist the duke of Orlean s against the duke of Burgundy, and in 1415 commanded the r ight wing at Agincourt. He was the highest-ranking Englis h casualty; overweight, he apparently suffocated inside hi s armour. [The Plantagenet Encyclopedia, p. 67]

    Henry V gave the Duke of York, who was later killed at Agin court commanding the van, a quite impressive golden alms di sh as collateral for his military service. It consisted o f a ship mounted on a bear and was valued at £332 sterling.




    Father: Edmund Of Langley Plantagenet b: 5 Jun 1341 in King's Langley, Hertfordshire, England c: in King's Langley, Hertfordshire, England
    Mother: Isabelle Perez Of York Castile-Leon b: 1355 in Tordesillas, Valladolid, Castilla-Leon, Spain

    Marriage 1 Philippa De Mohun b: Abt 1360 in Dunster Castle, Somersetshire, England
    • Married: Aft 27 Feb 1395-1396 in England
    • Change Date: 19 Jan 2014

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Conisbrough Castle
      Title: Conisbrough Castle
      Author: Johnson, Stephen
      Publication: English Heritage, London, 1996
      Repository:
        Name: Cheryl Varner Library
        Gray Court, SC

      Page: p. 23
      Quality: 3
    2. Abbrev: The Oxford Illustrated History of the British Monarcy
      Title: The Oxford Illustrated History of the British Monarcy
      Author: John Cannon & Ralph Griffiths
      Publication: Oxford University Press, 1998, 2000 ISBN 0-19-289328-9
    3. Abbrev: levoystover.FTW
      Title: levoystover.FTW
      Repository:
        Name: n/a
        Note:




        UCLA Research Library

      Quality: 3
      Text: Date of Import: Feb 22, 2001
    4. Abbrev: Churchill's History of the English Speaking Peoples
      Title: Churchill's History of the English Speaking Peoples
      Author: Churchill, Sir Winston
      Publication: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1965
    5. Abbrev: GEDCOM File : ~AT20C.ged
      Title: GEDCOM File : ~AT20C.ged
      Note:
      _MASTER = Y
      Quality: 3
      Text:
      [Entry Recording Date : 30 OCT 2004]
    6. Abbrev: The Wars of the Roses
      Title: The Wars of the Roses
      Author: Ross, Charles
      Publication: Thames and Hudson, New York, 1996
      Page: p. 28-34
      Quality: 3
    7. Abbrev: Castle Rising
      Title: Castle Rising
      Author: Brown, R. Allen
      Publication: English Heritage, London, 1996
      Repository:
        Name: Cheryl Varner Library
        Gray Court, SC

      Page: p. 22
      Quality: 3
    8. Abbrev: The Plantagenet Encyclopedia
      Title: The Plantagenet Encyclopedia
      Author: Hallam, Elizabeth, General Editor
      Publication: Cresent Books, New York, 1996
      Repository:
        Name: Cheryl Varner Library
        Gray Court, SC

      Page: p. 67
      Quality: 3
    9. Abbrev: World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1
      Title: World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1
      Author: Brøderbund Software, Inc.
      Publication: Release date: November 29, 1995
      Note:
      ABBR World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1
      Customer pedigree.

      Source Media Type: Family Archive CD
      Page: Tree #3320
      Quality: 3
      Text: Date of Import: Jul 31, 1998
    10. Abbrev: Saunders, Roger
      Title: "Saunders Family Tree," supplied by Saunders, 22-12-2006.
      Author: compiled by Roger Saunders [(E-ADDRESS) FOR PRIVATE USE Ne w Hampshire
      Text: Please feel free to use the data from this GEDCOM to enhanc e your own gen
      ealogical research, but remember that this is a work in pro gress. You may wish to check back frequently for addition s and corrections. Many of the facts have been verified b y famil

      Please let me know if you have any questions..or know of an y errors, changes, this is ongoing research..and ever growi ng orchard of family branches
      Repository:
        Name: n/a
    11. Abbrev: Schoch, David
      Title: "The Schoch/Mitchell Genealogy," supplied by Schoch, 8-12-2 008.
      Author: compiled by David Schoch [(E-ADDRESS), & MAILING ADDRESS FO R PRIVATE USE]
      Repository:
        Name: n/a
    12. Abbrev: Saunders. Roger
      Title: "Saunders Family Tree," supplied by Saunders, 22-12-2006.
      Author: compiled by Roger Saunders [(E-ADDRESS) FOR PRIVATE USE\,]
      Repository:
        Name: n/a
        Note:




        UCLA Research Library
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