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  1. Sir Robert Knolles or Knollys ( c. 1325 – 15 August 1407; aged 81-82) was an important English knight of the Hundred Years' War, [1] who, operating with the tacit support of the crown, succeeded in taking the only two major French cities, other than Calais and Poitiers, to fall to Edward III. [citation needed]

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  3. Robert Knolles - Wikipedia

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    Sir Robert Knolles or Knollys ( c. 1325 – 15 August 1407; aged 81-82) was an important English knight of the Hundred Years' War, [1] who, operating with the tacit support of the crown, succeeded in taking the only two major French cities, other than Calais and Poitiers, to fall to Edward III. [citation needed]

  4. Robert Knolles | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Sir Robert Knolles ( c. 1325 – 15 August 1407) was an important English knight of the Hundred Years' War, [1] who, operating with the tacit support of the Crown, succeeded in taking the only two major French cities, other than Calais and Poitiers, to fall to Edward III. [citation needed]

  5. Sir Robert Knolles’ Expedition to France in 1370: New ...

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    Sir Robert Knolles’ chevauchée through northern France between August and December 1370 is arguably the most fascinating English expedition of the fourteenth century. . Outwardly it displayed all the hallmarks of a structurally uniform English army typical of the period: fully-mounted mixed retinues of roughly equal numbers of men-at-arms and archers, with their pay and other terms of ...

  6. Robert Knolles — Wikipédia

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    Né dans le Cheshire, Robert Knowles fait ses premières armes sur le continent à l'occasion de la guerre de Succession de Bretagne, prenant parti pour le duc Jean IV contre le prétendant Charles de Blois que favorise le roi de France. En 1351, il participe au Combat des Trente au cours duquel il est vaincu et capturé.

  7. Robert Knollys (courtier) - Wikipedia

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    Sir Robert Knollys (or Knolles) (died 1521) was an English courtier in the service and favour of Henry VII and Henry VIII. [1] Biography [ edit] Sir Robert was the son of Robert Knollys and Elizabeth Troutbeck, paternal grandson of Sir Richard Knollys and Margaret D'Oyley, and maternal grandson of Sir John Troutbeck and Margaret Hulse.

  8. Robert Knollys, Knt. (c.1481 - 1521) - Genealogy

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    Sir Robert Knollys (or Knolles) (died 1521) was an English courtier in the service and favour of Henry VII and Henry VIII. Biography In 1488 Knollys was one of Henry VII's henchmen, and late in that year was appointed to wait on ‘the king's dearest son the prince’ (Arthur).

  9. Sir Robert Knollys (1312-1407) - Find a Grave Memorial

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    Sir Robert Knollys Birth 1312 North Mymms, Welwyn Hatfield District, Hertfordshire, England Death 15 Oct 1407 (aged 94–95) Little Walsingham, North Norfolk District, Norfolk, England Burial Whitefriars Carmelite Monastery London, City of London, Greater London, England Memorial ID 100388842 · View Source Share Save to Suggest Edits Memorial Photos

  10. Robert Knollys, son of Thomas and Isabell, was born some time before 1417 based on his age of 28 or above given at the Inquisition Post Mortem of his father Thomas in 1445. [1] Robert was then named in the 1434 will of his grandfather Thomas Knolles [3] and then in the 1445 will of his father. [4]

  11. KNOLLYS or KNOLLES, Sir ROBERT ( d. 1407), military commander, was a native of Cheshire. Walsingham calls him ‘pauper mediocrisque valletus’ ( Hist. Angl. i. 286), and Malverne says that he was sprung ‘quasi de infimo genere’ (ap. Higden, viii. 372); but, despite such expressions, Knolles was probably of honourable parentage.

  12. Robert Knollys (1481-1521) - Find a Grave Memorial

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    Knollys, the name of an English family descended from Sir Thomas Knollys (d. 1435), Lord Mayor of London. Robert Knollys, or Knolles (d. 1521), a courtier in the service and favour of Henry VII and Henry VIII. (Wikipedia) Robert Knollys, or Knolles, (died 1521) was an English courtier in the service and favour of...