Henry VI, King of England, 1421-1471

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Accession date: 1422

Places: England

Title: King of England and Lord of Ireland

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referencedIn Henry VI., 1432-3.Henry VI of England: Great seal: [1432-1433]. British Library
referencedIn HISTORICAL COLLECTION to illustrate the times of Henry V, made by Robert Sanderson (d. 1741), Clerk of the Rolls, one of the editors of Rymer's Fædera. It consists of extracts and copies of documents relating chiefly to the French war, the Lollards, ..., 18th century British Library
creatorOf Letters patent of Henry VI granting licence to Matilda Verdon, late daughter of Richard fitz Roberd, to alienate to William Clerk of Hallyng in the parish of Stoke Mandevyle [Stoke Mandeville, co. Bucks] and Henry his brother a messuage, forty acres ... British Library
creatorOf Order by Henry VI to the Governor General of his finances in France concerning accounts said to be due from John Bretton and his wife, Isabella; 1426. Latin.Henry VI of England: Order to the Governor General of his finances in France: 1426: Lat. British Library
creatorOf Third Seal (of Absence); 1423. Douët d'Arcq, no. 10043; Birch, no. 293. British Library
referencedIn Vol. II. Correspondence and papers, mainly of Nathaniel Bacon (kt. 1604, d. 1622) of Stiffkey, co. Norf., 2nd son of Sir Nicholas Bacon, Lord Keeper, and halfbrother of Sir Francis Bacon. He was twice Sheriff of Norfolk (1586 and 1599), and four time..., 1471-1676 British Library
referencedIn Proposals of R. de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, Guardian of Henry VI., to the Privy Council, for the reform of the government, and agreed to by the Council; 29 Nov. 1432. With signatures.Henry VI of England: Proposals of the Earl of Warwick for reform... 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 (ff. 494). 1. " RELATION de cc qui fut négotié en l'an 1525 [1527] avec Henry VIII., Roy d'Angleterre, et le Cardinal [Thomas Wolsey, Archbishop] d'York, par [Gabriel de Grammont] l'Evesque de Tarbe, [François] le Vicomte de Turenne, et le Président ... British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS of political and other letters and papers, collected for Sir Francis Fane, cr. Earl of Westmoreland in 1624, to whom and to whose family and estates, especially in co. Kent, many of the documents refer. The contents, which relate chiefly ..., 17th century British Library
creatorOf INVENTORY of domestic plate of Henry VI delivered to Sir John Popham, Treasurer of the King's Household, by the executors of his predecessor Sir John Tyrell; 19 April 1437. Latin. Belonged to Sir Thomas Phillipps (disbound from his MS. 4103). Sold at... British Library
referencedIn A smaller Volume in folio: also containing Collections relative to Coronations; but mixed with other Heraldic Matters, Processions, &c. The following are the Titles of the several Articles. 1. Index of Sir Edward Walker's Book of the Coronation. fol.... British Library
creatorOf Letters patent of Henry VI granting licence to William Clerke of Stoke Maundevyle and Henry Clerke his brother to alienate to Edmund Brittenel, Thomas Tettesworth, Ralph Verney, Thomas Baldewyn, John Baldewyn junior, and William Baldewyn land in Ayle... British Library
creatorOf Poems and Romances (the 'Talbot Shrewsbury book'), 1444-1445 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS historical letters, etc.; 1375-1810. In two series, English or relating to England and (artt. 87-106) foreign. 1. Andrea Contarini, Doge of Venice, to Edward III. of England, desiring a safe conduct for merchant-ships about to be sent t... British Library
referencedIn GENERAL PARDON from Henry VI to the Abbot and Convent of Robertsbridge; 1 Feb. 1471. Great Seal.Robertsbridge Abbey; Sussex: General pardon to, from Henry VI: 1471.Henry VI of England: Pardon to Robertsbridge Abbey: 1471. British Library
referencedIn Vol. I., 1087-1575 :-1. Transcript of the foundation charter of Battle Abbey; [1086-7]. Imperfect. (See Harl. Ch. 83 A. 12.) f. 1. 2. Ten leaves from a MS containing correspondence between the English and Papal Courts in the 12th cent. Lat. Vellum. ..., 1087-1575 British Library
referencedIn Vol. II.John Paston, senior, son of Judge W Paston: Correspondence: 1449 -1465.includes:ff. 3, 4, 36 James Gloys, Priest: Correspondence with J. Paston: 1451, 1455. f. 6 Swaffham, Norfolk: Petition to Parliament: 1451. f. 7 Debenham: Letter to J. ..., 1449-1465 British Library
referencedIn Henry VI of England: Seal affixed to a charter: 1442.Boston, Lincolnshire: Confirmation of Hen. VI. of the Gild of S. Mary there: 1442. British Library
referencedIn REGISTER of the municipal general court of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, containing admissions of burgesses, ordinances for trading, etc. ; 1415-1484. Latin. At the end are copies of charters, etc., relating to Ipswich, including:-Lease of Stokemill, near Ip..., 1415-1484 British Library
referencedIn Louis XI of France: Certificate of delivery of Margaret of Anjou into bi& bands: 1476.: Lat.Henry VI of England: Certificate of the delivery of Qu. Margaret into the hands of Louis XI.: 1476.: Lat. British Library
creatorOf COPY OF A ROYAL CONFIRMATION of the liberties of the Honor of Peveril; 15th cent. The King's title as given as 'Henricus Dei Gratia Rex Anglie et Francorum et dominus Hibernie', but the number of the King is not given. The document is dated 16 Feb. i... British Library
referencedIn PETITION to the King [Henry VI.] from his nurse Johane, wife of Thomas Asteley, esq. [of Patshull, co. Staff.], for permission to surrender her letters-patent, date 27 Apr. ao. 1 [1423], for an annuity of £20, and that new letters may be granted to h... British Library
creatorOf APPENDIX TO YELVERTON COLLECTION: various papers found loose in the manuscripts; 15th-19th centt. Paper (f. 60 vellum); ff. 63. British Library arrangement. 1. ff. 1-4. Confirmation by Frank van Borselen, Count van Ostrevant, Governor of Holland and ..., 15th century-19th century British Library
creatorOf Henry VI, King of England, 1421-1471. Document issued in the King's name : Rouen, to Jehan Vipart, 1447 Oct. 30. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn "ABREVIACION des Croniques de France;" from the destruction of Troy to the year 1383. At the end are added several short Treatises, among which are "De la dignité roial;" "Des bonnes meurs et condicions des François;" "De noblesse;" "De la proprieté ..., 15th century British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANE0US letters, papers, and fragments of manuscripts, 13th-20th centt., 13th century-20th century 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 "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 TRANSCRIPTS from the Edmondes Papers, etc., as follows:-1. Sir Edward Hoby to Sir Thomas Edmondes; 19 Nov. 1605. f. 1. See above, 168, art. 57. 2. Sir Thomas Edmondes to Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury; Paris, 26 May-S Aug. 1610. ff. 8, 11, 20, 26, ... British Library
referencedIn COLLECTIONS relating to the Court, and office of the Earl Marshal, comprising extracts from records; lists of the Marshals; the manner of exercising the office at coronations; treatises on duels by Sir Edward Coke, Sir Robert Cotton, and others; pape..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. IV.includes:f. 1 John Paston I, son of William Paston I: Letter to, from J. Payn: 1465.f. 1 John Payn, servant to Sir J Fastolf: Letter to J. Paston: 1465.f. 2 James Gresham, of Holt, county Norfolk: Letters to J. Paston I: 1455-1461.f. 2 ... British Library
creatorOf Book of Hours (the 'Bedford Hours'), approximately 1410-1741 British Library
referencedIn Shelly, Suffolk: Deeds rel. to: 1385-1455.Henry VI of England: First Great Seal: 1455. British Library
referencedIn HISTORICAL documents, viz.: 1. A complaint made to King Henry the VI by [Humphrey] the Duke of Gloucester upon [Henry Beaufort] the Cardinal [Bishop] of Winchester, Jan.-Feb. 1440. Beg: "Thes bene in partie the poyntes and articles." These articles, ..., 15th century British Library
referencedIn ACCEPTANCE by Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, of the gift of the realm of England from his mother, Isabella [daughter of John I. of Portugal, and granddaughter of John of Gaunt, 3rd son of Edward III. of England], as next heir to Henry VI. of Eng... British Library
creatorOf Seventh Seal; circa 1430. Douët d'Arcq, no. 10042; Birch nos. 297-299. British Library
referencedIn ORDINANCES made by the "Generaulx maistres des monnoies du Roy [Henry VI. of England] en France," regulating the coinage and the standard of gold and silver used in various manufactures; circa 1422. Fr. Vellum. Quarto., approximately 1422 British Library
referencedIn Letters Patent British Library
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 WRIOTHESLEY HERALDIC COLLECTIONS. Collections relating to heraldry, etc. Supplementary to Add. MSS. 5530, 45131-45133, 46354. The contents are as follows:-(1) 'Le xviiie livre de Bethelemy des proprietes lequel parle de la proprite des bestes', bein..., 15th century British Library
referencedIn Duck, Arthur, Sir, 1580-1648. The life of Henry Chicheley Archbp of Canterbury under Kings Henry the Fifth and Sixth, [late 17th century]. Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
referencedIn Vol. V.; tempp. Edw. I.-Hen. VIII. 1. Documents relating to the invasion of France by Henry V. in 1415, ff. 19, 58 b. 2. Accounts of ambassadors to France, Germany, the Council of Constance, etc.; 35 Edw. III.-27 Hen. VI. [1361-1449], ff. 26, 68, 72,..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn County of Surrey: Letters for the military array of: 1433.Henry VI of England: Letters patent for the military array of the county of Surrey: 1433. British Library
referencedIn TRESHAM PAPERS. Vol. III (ff. 214). Historical and theological collections. Included are :-1. Oath of allegiance taken by the Lords; 24 July 1455. Copy.16th cent. See J. H. Ramsay, Lancaster and York, ii, p. 187. f. 2.2. Notes from Sir Nicholas Throc..., 1455-1605 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
referencedIn Henry VI., 7th seal. 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
referencedIn Great Britain. Parliament. Rotulus parliamenti regis Henricus VI : manuscript, [ca. 1600] Harvard University, Houghton Library
referencedIn STATUTES, from 1 Hen. IV. to 12 Hen. VI., in chronological order. Under 2 Hen VI. is inserted a writ from the king to the sheriffs on the subject of purveyance. The collection concludes with the statute on purveyance, weights and measures, etc., reen... British Library
referencedIn Henry VI of England: Licence by, to R. Beauchamp, to impark, crenellate, etc., at Eastnor: 1460.: ? draft.Richard Beauchamp, 2nd Baron Beauchamp of Powick: Licence to, to impark, etc., at Eastnor: 1460.: draft.Eastnor, Herefordshire: Deeds rel. to, a... British Library
referencedIn John Troutbeck, Chamberlain of county Cheshire: General pardon to: 1455.Henry VI of England: General pardons by: 1437-1455. British Library
referencedIn Boswell's Life of Johnson : including Boswell's Journal of a tour to the Hebrides and Johnson's Diary of a journey into North Wales, edited by George Birkbeck Hill, extra-illustrated, 1464-1897 (inclusive), 1724-1874 (bulk). Houghton Library.
referencedIn Agreement between the English and French ambassadors for extending the time for the passage of Henry VI. into France, to ratify treaties; 15 Oct. 1447. Lat. With signatures of W. Hart, Bishop of Norwich, R. Botiller, Prior of St. John of Jerusalem in... British Library
referencedIn SHREWSBURY (TALBOT) PAPERS. Vol. IV (ff. 175). Correspondence, etc., of the Talbots and their relatives: circ. 1400-1858. The writers include the Giffards of Chillington, in Brewood, co. Staff., the Lyttletons of Frankley, co. Worc., and the Needhams..., approximately 1400-1858 British Library
referencedIn WODEHOUSE PAPERS. Vol. XIX. Ranulph Higden, Polychronicon. The continuation (from 1342 to 1376) is that which is printed in the Rolls Series edition of Higden (ed. C. Babington and J. R. Lumby, 1865-1886) vii, pp. 407-428, from the Caius College, Cam..., 15th century-16th century British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS of various Historical Papers in a hand of the xviith cent. viz. Letter of Richard III. to the Mayor of Windsor, to arrest utterers of seditious writings, dat. Westm. 6 Dec. [1485 ?];-Letter of Henry, Earl of Richmond, before he was King, ..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn Holford, Miss (Margaret), 1778-1852. Margaret of Anjou / by [Miss Holford]. Smith College, Neilson Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEA: papers brought together from various volumes in the Stowe Collection:-1. Vellum leaf of a 13th cent. MS., containing Amos i. 9-13, with commentary (cf. Harley MS. 1700). In the margin is the name of Thomas Burdett, of Purstoun Jacklyne ... British Library
referencedIn Copy of the illumination and some of the lettering of a charter granted to Eton College [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn ORIGINAL letters and autographs of royal and noble personages; 1452-1785. 1. Royal pardon for John Penycoke, Gentleman of the Royal Bodyguard, with monogram, R. H. [Henry VI.] at the top and signed at the foot by [Henry de Beaufort, 2nd Duke of] Some..., approximately 1450-1785 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 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
creatorOf Henry VI, King of England, 1421-1471. Copy of a letter signed : Windsor, to the Mayor of Windsor, [no year] Jul. 21. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Joan Troutbeck, widow of W Troutbeck, Chamberlain of county Cheshire: General pardon to: 1446.Henry VI of England: General pardons by: 1437-1455. British Library
referencedIn COLLECTIONS, genealogical, legal, and historical. Sir Thomas Phillipps (see his Catal. Manuscriptorum under no. 3765, and Collectanea Topogr. et Geneal. vol. i, p. 20) regarded the collection as made by Robert Aske, whose name occurs several times. I..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vol. CCCCLXXXII. Miscellaneous State letters, etc. Vol. I., 1425, 1553-1561. The correspondence of Sir Nicholas Throckmorton with Queen Elizabeth and Secretary Cecil, which forms the most important part of this volume, consists of d..., 1425-1561 British Library
referencedIn British Library. [Miscellany] [microform]. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
referencedIn 1. "AN ANSWERE to the questions proposed by Sir Alexander Hay, Kt, touching the office of Constables, done by Sir Francis Bacon, Knight, his Maiesties Solicitor Generall, anno domini 1608": Chapp. xix., xx. of Cases of Treason, published under Bacon'... British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS relating chiefly to ceremonies at the English Court; 16th and 17th centt British Library
referencedIn WODEHOUSE PAPERS. Vol. XVIII. Statutes, etc., of the Royal Collegiate Chapel of St. Geoorge at Windsor. Mainly in Latin. The arrangement of the book has evidently been altered. Ff. 50, 45-49 originally preceded art. 1, as is shown by the worm-holes, ..., 14th century-16th century British Library
referencedIn Henry VI of England: Pardon to R. Erle, with seal: 1458. British Library
referencedIn Vol. I.Sir John Fenn, editor of the Paston Letters: Bookplates of arms.Bookplates and Book-stamps: Fenn (Sir John), editor of the Paston Letters; d.: 1794.includes:f. 4 William Paston, I, judge: Letter to, from his wife: [? 1440].f. 4 Agnes Pasto... British Library
creatorOf Fourth Seal; 1425. Douët d'Arcq, no. 10041; Birch no. 294. British Library
referencedIn Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797. Doutes historiques sur la vie et le regne de Richard III / par M. Horace Walpole, [1782]. Yale University, Lewis Walpole Library
referencedIn British Library. [Miscellany] [microform]. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
referencedIn LETTERS PATENT of Henry [VI.], notifying the appointment of Robert Ardern to the office of Eschaetor for cos. Nottingham and Derby. Dat. at Westminster, 8 Nov. 18 [Hen. VI. 1439]. Lat.County of Nottingham: Appointment of an Escheator: 1439.Henry VI o... British Library
referencedIn LIST of properties in the chastellanies of Alençon and Essoy confiscated after the English conquest and regranted to English owners; 1435-1439. French. Belonged to Sir Thomas Phillipps. Purchased at Sotheby's, Phillipps sale, 25 June 1973, lot 1927. British Library
creatorOf Psalter (‘Psalter of Henry VI’), approximately 1405-approximately 1430 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS papers in French, Latin, English and Italian, relating to public and official matters; 1449-1685. 1. "Traicte et appoinctement touchant la delivrance des chasteaux et palais de Rouen;" Rouen, 29 Oct. 1449, f. 1. 2. "Traite fait en la vi..., 1449-1685 British Library
referencedIn "PARTICULE compotus Johannis Brekenok et Johannis Euerdone tam de denaaris per ipsos receptis quam de diuersis expensis hospicii Domine Margarete [Andegavensis] Regine venientis in Angliam, quam de vadiis Baronum Militum Scutariorum et aliorum offici... British Library
referencedIn Henry VI., 2nd seal. British Library
creatorOf Bible (the 'Big Bible' or the 'Great Bible'), with the Gospel of Nicodemus and the Interpretation of Hebrew names British Library
referencedIn England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I). Inspeximus of the Act of Attainder of 1461, at the request of Sir John Cutte [manuscript], 1572/3 February 15. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn Paper, folio, ff. 75, xvi. Cent., formerly belonging to Sir Will. Detheck, Garter. 1. Letter from [Maximilian I.] King of the Romans to the inhabitants of the Duchy and County of Burgundy, in which he promises to come in a months time, to deliver the... British Library
referencedIn AUTOGRAPHS OF ROYAL PERSONAGES of England and Scotland, viz. Warrant to the Keeper of the Wardrobe, signed by Henry VI., no date, on parchment;-Warrant to the Keeper of the Wardrobe, signed by Henry VIII., and countersigned by Wolsey, as Bishop of Li..., 1422-1838 British Library
referencedIn Henry VI of England: Licence by, to R. Beauchamp, to impark, crenellate, etc., at Eastnor: 1460.: copy.Richard Beauchamp, 2nd Baron Beauchamp of Powick: Licence to, to impark, etc., at Eastnor: 1460.: copy.Eastnor, Herefordshire: Deeds rel. to, and t... 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 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
referencedIn MANUSCRIPTS, of various dates, and certified copies of documents chiefly relating to France, viz.: 1. Recent copies of documents relating to the churches of Leeds, co. York, Rasen, co. Linc., and to tithe of Broughton, dioc. Lincoln, f. 1. 2. Quittan..., 15th century-19th century British Library
creatorOf LETTER of Richard, Duke of York, announcing the conclusion of a truce between England and Burgundy; 31 May 1443. French. Belonged to Sir Thomas Phillipps (MS. 32964). Purchased at Sotheby's, Phillipps sale, 14 June 1971, lot 1435, with the aid of an ... British Library
referencedIn ASTRONOMICA varia, scil. Tabulæ chronologlcæ et astronomicæ;-Schema nativitatis Regis Henrici VI. anno 1421 ;-Theorica Planetarum, secundum Campanum [in other copies it is ascribed to Walter Brytte and Simon Bredone; see Tanner];-Tabula declinacionis..., 15th century British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS papers in French, viz.: 1. "Cest la substance de la credence donnee par [Charles] le Duc de Bourgongne à mess. Philippe de Comines, chevalier, pour dire et declairer à mons. [John, Lord] de Wennelok;" on sending an embassy to England on..., 1470-1559 British Library
referencedIn CONFIRMATION by Henry VI of a grant made by Henry V to Tong College, co. Salop, of Lapley Priory, co. Stafford; 22 Oct. 1437. First Great Seal. British Library
referencedIn LETTERS and papers, 1430-1716, viz.:-1. Two leaves from the letter-book of Thomas Langley, Bisliop of Durham, containing copies of letters to the Countess of Westmoreland, [James I.] King of Scotland (from the English commissioners), the Earl of Sal..., 1430-1716 British Library
referencedIn CHRONICLE of Richard II., etc., in French:-1. " Cy commenchent les cronicques du roy Richart dengleterre, comment ses seigneurs le trahirent et de sa mort et le couronnement du roy Henry de Lencastre, qui fu couronne apres lui en lan de grace mil cc..., 15th century British Library
referencedIn ACCOUNT of payments made by the Receiver-General of Henry VI., King of England, in his French dominions, in the years 1448 and 1449. In French. Imperfect at the beginning and end. On vellum. Folio. [11,509.], 1448-1449 British Library
referencedIn William Troutbeck, Chamberlain of Chester: General pardons to: 1415, 1437.Henry VI of England: General pardons by: 1437-1455. British Library
referencedIn ORDINARY and Roll of Arms: an early example (second half of the 15th cent.) of the collection known as Jenyns' Ordinary, so called because other copies of a similar armorial derive from a transcript stated to have been made by Robert Glover, Somerset... British Library
referencedIn CUSTOMS of the town of Northampton, in fifty-eight chapters, the last chapter containing an ordinance made in 1341. Imperfect, beg. in the middle of chap. xxv. French. ff. 3-9. A later MS. in English, containing eighty chapters, is preserved among th..., 15th century-17th century British Library
referencedIn Margaret of Anjou, Queen Consort, of Henry VI, Signet, 1462. (10044)Henry VI of England: Signet of Qu. Margaret: 1462. 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
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 Mag. Richard Trewythian, Medical Practitioner, Astrologer and Money Lender in London: Entry book: 1442-1458.Henry VI of England: Notes of public events by Magister R. Trewythian: 1442-1458.Astrology: Horoscopes and astrological predictions: 1442-1458... British Library
referencedIn British Grants of Arms, 1570-1721, 1684-1700 William L. Clements Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Codex partim membranaceus, partim chartaceus, ff. 120, sec. XV. 1. "Tractatus libri honeste vite, editus a Martino [Dumiensi sive Braccarensi] Episcopo, qui a multis intitulatur, De quatuor virtutibus, et attribuitur Senece." fol. Ad calcem: "Explici... British Library
referencedIn EDWARDS MEMORANDUM-BOOKFormulary-and Memorandum-Book, apparently of John Edwards, Receiver of Chirkland 1498, whose signature as owner appears at f. lb. English, Welsh, Latin, and French. Art. 3 was used extensively by C. Monro, Letters of Queen Mar..., 1324-1470 British Library
referencedIn CONTEMPORARY Copies of two Letters addressed to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Chancellor, and to King Henry VI., by Richard, Duke of York, and the Earls of Warwick and Salisbury, containing professions of allegiance, and supposed to have been wr... British Library
creatorOf John Lydgate, Lives of SS Edmund and Fremund, 1434-1439 British Library
referencedIn Collegiate Church of Southwell; Nottinghamshire: Royal grants to: 1452, 1604.Henry VI of England: Grant to Southwell Minster, with seal: 1452. British Library
referencedIn STATE PAPERS and correspondence relating to the affairs of Scotland, chiefly in connection with England; 1449-1594. Among the papers relating to Mary, Queen of Scots, are transcripts of the proceedings of the Commissions at York and Westminster in 15..., 1449-approximately 1594 British Library
creatorOf Normandy (France). Receipts, orders, etc., relating to the English administration of Normandy, etc., by officials from England and their local agents, 1396-1445. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Normandy (France). Receipts, orders, etc., relating to the English administration of Normandy, etc., by officials from England and their local agents, 1396-1445. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Henry VI, King of England, 1421-1471. Order, signed by the King : Westminster, to Richard Waller and others, 1450 Nov. 8. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf PAPERS CONCERNING FRANCE AND THE NETHERLANDS; 1453-early 16th cent. Latin and French. Copies and drafts. 1. ff. 1-18. Documents relating to foreign affairs, temp. Henry VI. Copies, late 15th cent. As follows: (a) Inspeximus by Henry VI of the commerc..., 1453-1540 British Library
creatorOf Henry VI, King of England, 1421-1471. Signature, cut from a document, [n.d.]. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf TRANSCRIPTS FROM PUBLIC RECORDS of the 13th-16th centt.; late 16th-early 17th centt. Chiefly Latin. Notes by Beale passim. 1. ff. 3-8. Perambulations of the New Forest and the Forests of Bere, Eversley and Pamber, all co. Southt., and Bagshot, co. Su... British Library
creatorOf Confirmation by Henry VI to Matilda, daughter of Richard fitz Roberd de Aillesbury, of three virgates, etc., of land in Aylesbury originally granted by Henry II to Roger Follo, his ‘lutrarius’, as recited in the charter of 10 April 1 Ric. II. Dated a... British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL ORDERS, warrants, etc., chiefly by Henry VIII. and Thomas Wolsey, the King's Almoner; 1512-1515. They are mostly addressed to John Daunce, Treasurer for War, for payments to English and foreign merchants for victualling the army in Spain, an... British Library
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associatedWith Holford, Miss (Margaret), 1778-1852. person
associatedWith Macartney, George Macartney, Earl, 1737-1806 person
associatedWith Normandy (France) corporateBody
associatedWith Normandy (France) corporateBody
associatedWith Vipart, Jehan, person
associatedWith Waller, Richard, person
associatedWith Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797. person
Place Name Admin Code Country
Chichester, Sussex
Portersfee, Essex
Scarborough, North Riding of Yorkshire
South Elmham, Suffolk
Wales, United Kingdom
Ely, Cambridgeshire
Horton, Staffordshire
Cologne, Germany
London, England
Nottinghamshire, England
Worcestershire, England
St Omer, Pas-de-Calais
Windsor, Berkshire
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Gelderland, the Netherlands
Shropshire, England
Hertford, Hertfordshire
Lincoln, Lincolnshire
Avranches, France
St Albans, Hertfordshire
Suffolk, England
Caister, Norfolk
Guipuscoa, Spain
Spain, Europe
Gariauch, Aberdeenshire
Dublin, Ireland
Bordeaux, France
Toulon, Var
Eccleshall, Staffordshire
Lincolnshire, England
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Stralsund, Germany
Bannockburn, Stirlingshire
Whittlewood Forest, Oxfordshire, and Buckinghamshire
Essoy, France
Rycott Parva, Oxfordshire
London, England
Dover, Kent
Brittany, France
Netherlands, Europe
Hanworth, Norfolk
Leeds, Yorkshire
Hertford, Hertfordshire
Burgundy, France
Cologne, Germany
Beckingham, Lincolnshire
Uxbridge, Middlesex
Aughton, East Riding of Yorkshire
Teviotdale, Roxburghshire
Malines, Belgium
Edinburgh, Scotland
Scarborough, North Riding of Yorkshire
Merse, Scotland
Jarnac, France
Poitiers, France
Calais, France
Canterbury, Kent
Pamber Forest, Hampshire
Crendewelle, Buckinghamshire
Mawdesley, Lancashire
Dunkirk, France
Dover, Kent
Windsor, Berkshire
Bayonne, France
San Domingo, the Carribean
Adbaston, Staffordshire
Derbyshire, England
Liddesdale, Roxburghshire
Strathbogy, Aberdeenshire
Mortaigne, France
Ireland, Europe
Rye, Sussex
Wales, United Kingdom
Westminster, Middlesex
Alveton, Warwickshire
London, England
Hamburg, Germany
Guernsey, Channel Islands
Winchelsea, Sussex
Houghton St Giles, Norfolk
Yorkshire, England
Tournay, Belgium
Venice, Republic of, Europe
Edinburgh, Scotland
Bordeaux, France
Bergen-op-Zoom, the Netherlands
Dunstanburgh, Northumberland
Norway. General, Europe
Wales, United Kingdom
Lille, France
Norfolk, England
London, England
Fast Castle, Berwickshire
Liege, Belgium
Bilbao, Spain
Paris, France
Clare, Suffolk
Kendal, Westmorland
Holland, Province of, the Netherlands
Wales, United Kingdom
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland
Thebes, Greece
Northamptonshire, England
Chirkland, Denbighshire
Great Kimble, Buckinghamshire
Bere Forest, Hampshire
Slapton, Devon
London, England
Ellerton, Yorkshire
Tawstock, Devon
Maidstone, Kent
Lubeck, Germany
Market Harling, Norfolk
London, England
Colchester, Essex
Devonshire, England
Wiltshire, England
Mucklestone, Staffordshire
Lynsted, Kent
Guinegate, France
Harting, Sussex
Hopton and Coton, Staffordshire
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Melfi, Italy
Eastnor, Herefordshire
Derwentfells, Cumberland
Calais, France
Yorkshire, England
Wales, United Kingdom
Ireland, Europe
Battle, Sussex
Aix La Chapelle, Germany
Lombardy, Italy
Northampton, Northamptonshire
Alençon, France
Skirbeck, Lincolnshire
North Cave, Yorkshire
Neuburg, Meissen
Spain, Europe
Cocklaw, Teviotdale
River Medway, England
Mereworth Castle, Kent
Pleshey, Essex
Norfolk, England
Wexford, Ireland
Bamburgh, Northumberland
Marseilles, France
Old Romney, Kent
Chester, Cheshire
Onestone, Derbyshire
Netherlands, Europe
Cliffe Regis, Northamptonshire
West Malling, Kent
Aldbourn, Wiltshire
Rockingham Forest, Northamptonshire
Ireland, Europe
France, Europe
Paris, France
Rycott Magna, Oxfordshire
Ireland, Europe
Ludlow Castle, Shropshire
Swaffham, Norfolk
Rouen, France
Gascony, France
Southampton, Hampshire
Maidstone, Kent
Iceland, Europe
Kent, England
King's Lynn, Norfolk
Cape Town, S. Africa
Wiltshire, England
Suffolk, England
Twyford Hundred, Kent
Glocester, Gloucesterhire
Cranbourn Lodge, Berkshire
Prussia, Germany
Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Romford, Essex
York, Yorkshire
Biscay, Spain
Feversham, Kent
Southampton, Hampshire
Oxnead, Norfolk
Bergen, Norway
Germany, Europe
Waterford, Ireland
Mantes, France
Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire
Rishton, Lancashire
Winchester, Hampshire
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire
Cologne, Germany
Dover, Kent
Glasgow, Scotland
King's Lynn, Norfolk
Somerset, England
North Elmham, Norfolk
Windermere, Westmorland
Genoa, Italy
Boston, Lincolnshire
Cornwall, England
London, England
Mar, Aberdeenshire
Buckinghamshire, England
Cawston, Norfolk
Flanders, Belgium
Paston, Norfolk
Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire
Windsor, Berkshire
Bruges, Belgium
Constance, Germany
Broughton, Lincolnshire
Montreuil, France
Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Calais, France
Gillingham, Kent
Heleigh, Staffordshire
St. Diez al St. Dié, Lorraine
Drumclog, Lanarkshire
Lothian, Scotland
Linlithgow, Linlithgow
Alstonefield, Staffordshire
Coventry, Warwickshire
Italy, Europe
King's Langley, Hertfordshire
Carlisle, Cumberland
Hartford, Cheshire
Conington, Cambridgeshire
India, Asia
Eltham, Kent
Pattesley, Norfolk
Kelfield, Yorkshire
London, England
Bruges, Belgium
Carnarvonshire, Wales
Caen, Calvados
Weston, Shropshire
Cauldon, Staffordshire
Banffshire, Scotland
London, England
Savona, Liguria
Cheshire, England
Rouen, France
Tremiti Islands, Italy
Lucca, Italy
Cambrai, France
United States of America
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Ulster, Province of, Northern Ireland
Derbyshire, England
Saxony, Germany
Aardenburg, Netherlands
Culloden, Invernesshire
Wallingford, Berkshire
London, England
Aquitaine, France
Normandy, France
Worcester, Worcestershire
Old Windsor, Berkshire
Havering atte Bower, Essex
Dort, Holland
Bayonne, France
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Ireland, Europe
Netherlands, Europe
Norwich, Norfolk
Schiedam, Holland
Preswen, Cumberland
Droitwich, Worcestershire
Utrecht, the Netherlands
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Elton, Cheshire
Arras, France
Shetland Islands, Scotland
Dunfermline, Fifeshire
Netherlands, Europe
Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire
Surrey, England
Burgundy, France
Portsmouth, Hampshire
Guisnes, France
Bagshot Forest, Surrey
Canterbury, Kent
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
New Forest, Hampshire
Buchan, Aberdeenshire
Flanders, Belgium
Calais, France
London, England
Brandon, Warwickshire
Brenchley, Kent
Wales, United Kingdom
Ipswich, Suffolk
Oléron, France
Netherlands, Europe
Térouane, Artois
Cornwall, England
Huntingdonshire, England
Kent, England
Rasen, Lincolnshire
Netherlands, Europe
London, England
Gresham, Norfolk
Staincliff in Craven, West Riding of Yorkshire
Shelly, Suffolk
Norberne, Norway
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Sherrington, Buckinghamshire
Poissy, France
Longsdon, Staffordshire
Sillé-Le-Guillaume, le Maine
Caen, Calvados
London, England
Longford, Shropshire
Kent, England
Bruges, Belgium
Kinsale, Cork
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Home Castle, Berwickshire
Tunstall, Staffordshire
Anjou, France
Germany, Europe
Maplescomb, Kent
Bristol, Gloucestershire
Stokemill, Ipswich
Eversley Forest, Hampshire
Everthorpe, Yorkshire
Waterfall, Staffordshire
Scotia, Scotland
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Orkney Islands, Scotland
Betley, Staffordshire
Boston, Lincolnshire
Nieuwpoort, Flanders
Netherlands, Europe
Bubwith, Yorkshire
Zeeland, Province of, the Netherlands
Jersey, Channel Islands
Halton, Buckinghamshire
Eastnor, Herefordshire
Whitby, North Riding of Yorkshire
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Birth 1421-12-06

Death 1471-05-21

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