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  2. Thomas of Lancaster, Duke of Clarence - Wikipedia

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    Mary de Bohun. Thomas of Lancaster, Duke of Clarence (c. autumn 1387 – 22 March 1421) was a medieval English prince and soldier, the second son of Henry IV of England, brother of Henry V, and heir to the throne in the event of his brother's death. He acted as counselor and aide to both.

  3. Thomas of Lancaster, 1st Duke of Clarence - Geni.com

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    About Thomas of Lancaster, 1st Duke of Clarence. Thomas of Lancaster was born in 1387 at Kenilworth Castle in Warwickshire, he was the second surviving son of King Henry IV and his first wife Mary de Bohun, daughter of Humphrey de Bohun, 7th Earl of Hereford, and Joan Fitzalan.

  4. Thomas of Lancaster 1st Duke of Clarence - FamilySearch.org

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    Discover life events, stories and photos about Thomas of Lancaster 1st Duke of Clarence (1388–1421) of London, England, United Kingdom.

  5. Armorial of the House of Plantagenet - Wikipedia

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    Thomas of Lancaster, Duke of Clarence 1387–1421 Quarterly, 1st and 4th, France moderne, 2nd and 3rd England, with a label of three points ermine, each with a canton Gules: Son of: King Henry IV and Mary de Bohun. John of Lancaster, Duke of Bedford 1389–1435

  6. The History Press | Duke of Clarence: A title through time

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    Thomas of Lancaster, Duke of Clarence died at the Battle of Baugé Third creation – George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Clarence (1461) Born on 21 October 1449 in Dublin, George Plantagenet was the third surviving son of Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York, and Cecily Neville and the brother of English Kings Edward IV and Richard III.

  7. Thomas of Lancaster | Facts, Biography, & Edward II | Britannica

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    Thomas of Lancaster, in full Thomas, 2nd earl of Lancaster, 2nd earl of Leicester, and earl of Lincoln, (born c. 1278—died March 22, 1322, Pontefract, Yorkshire, England), a grandson of King Henry III of England and the main figure in the baronial opposition to King Edward II.

  8. Thomas Plantagenet, duke of Clarence | Royalty, Heir, Execution

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    Thomas Plantagenet, duke of Clarence, (born before Sept. 30, 1388, London—died March 22, 1421, Baugé, Anjou, Fr.), second son of Henry IV of England and aide to his elder brother, Henry V. He twice visited Ireland , where he was nominally lord lieutenant, 1401–13.

  9. Thomas of Lancaster, Duke of Clarence - Wikiwand

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    Thomas of Lancaster, Duke of Clarence (c. autumn 1387 – 22 March 1421) was a medieval English prince and soldier, the second son of Henry IV of England, brother of Henry V, and heir to the throne in the event of his brother's death. He acted as counselor and aide to both.

  10. Thomas of Lancaster - Oxford Reference

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    Overview Thomas of Lancaster (c. 1388—1421) Quick Reference ( c. 1388–1421), duke of Clarence, second son of Henry IV and lieutenant of Ireland. When Lancaster was appointed in 1401, aged 13, Sir Stephen Scrope, already experienced in Irish campaigning, served ... From: Lancaster, Thomas of in The Oxford Companion to Irish History »

  11. Thomas of Lancaster | Dictionary of Irish Biography

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    Thomas of Lancaster (1388–1421), duke of Clarence , lieutenant of Ireland, and seneschal of England, was second son of Henry IV, and was appointed lieutenant of Ireland in July 1401 to secure a Lancastrian presence in the lordship. He arrived in Ireland in November 1401; but because he was still only 13, most of the task of governing fell to ...