Hardin Clay Roots #1

Entries: 339918    Updated: 2014-08-25 20:25:49 UTC (Mon)    Contact: Norvan L. Johnson

Everyone in this tree is related "someway" to me. My Y-DNA (Father's line) is of the Haplogroup "G-P303" ( I have an DNA match with another descendant of Jan Auckesze Van Nuys Born abt 1650 and Barbara Provoost ) - My X-DNA (Mother's Line) is of the haplogroup V1A

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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
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1373 in Conisbrough Castle, South Yorkshire, England
  • Death: 25 Oct 1415 in Battle Of Agincourt, Pas-De-Calais, France 6 2 3
  • Burial: 1 Dec 1415 Fotheringay, Northamptonshire, England 7
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  • Note: overweight
  • Event: Alt. Birth Alt. Birth 1373
  • Note: Conisborough Castle, Yorkshire, England 7
  • Occupation: Bet 1390 and 1415
  • Note: 1st Earl of Rutland 6
  • Occupation: 1392
  • Note: Admiral of England 6
  • Occupation: Bet 1397 and 1399
  • Note: 1st Duke of Aumale 6
  • Occupation: Bet 1402 and 1415
  • Note: 2nd Duke of York 6
  • Event: Military Aug 1412
  • Note: Normandy 6
  • Event: Military 1415
  • Note: Battle of Agincourt, France 6
  • Event: Alt. Death Alt. Death 25 Oct 1415
  • Note: Battle Of Agincourt, Pas-De-Calais, France 7
  • _UID: 6BFE331ACC2C43FF95ABD5D0F5E7CAEB6622
  • 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 Morales, Tordesillas, Villadolid, 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

    1. Abbrev: Conisbrough Castle
      Title: Conisbrough Castle
      Author: Johnson, Stephen
      Publication: English Heritage, London, 1996
        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
        Name: n/a

        UCLA Research Library

      Quality: 3
      Text: Date of Import: Feb 22, 2001
    4. 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
    5. Abbrev: Castle Rising
      Title: Castle Rising
      Author: Brown, R. Allen
      Publication: English Heritage, London, 1996
        Name: Cheryl Varner Library
        Gray Court, SC

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

      Page: p. 67
      Quality: 3
    7. 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
      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

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    DO NOT TAKE THIS WORK AS GOSPEL. I had to cut the tree to only relatives as it is too big for one data base. (Many families are split up on the three files) My other trees are Hardin Clay Roots #2 and Hardin Clay Roots #3 (count started 22 Nov 2010) free counters

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