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  1. Sir Geoffrey Pole of Lordington, Sussex (c. 1501 or 1502 – November 1558) was an English knight who supported the Catholic Church in England and Wales when Henry VIII of England was establishing the alternative Church of England with himself as leader.

  2. Sir Geoffrey Pole (c. 1501 or 1502 – 1558), Lord of the Manor of Lordington in Sussex, suspected of treason by King Henry VIII and accused of conspiring with Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor; lived in exile in Europe; married Constance Pakenham, daughter and heiress of Sir John Pakenham.

  3. 12 de mai. de 2018 · There were five little Poles bearing Plantagenet blood in their veins – Henry, Reginald, Geoffrey and Arthur (who died of sweating sickness) as well as a daughter named Ursula who had thirteen children of her own.

  4. Pole’s father was Geoffrey Pole, esquire, who may have been descended from the Welsh princes of Powys. Margaret bore Richard five surviving children – Henry, Arthur, Ursula, Reginald and Geoffrey.

  5. Sir Geoffrey Pole was arrested in August 1538; he had been corresponding with Reginald. The investigation of Henry Courtenay, Marquess of Exeter (Henry VIII's first cousin and the Countess of Salisbury's second cousin) had turned up his name.

  6. The favour of Henry VIII made the first half of his reign an Indian summer for the Pole family. Geoffrey Pole’s mother, widowed in 1505, was restored to her father’s earldom of Salisbury and granted large estates in Essex, Hampshire, Wiltshire and the west; soon afterwards her eldest son Henry was created Lord Montagu, and in 1527 the ...

  7. 29 de ago. de 2019 · On this day in Tudor history, 29th August 1538, Geoffrey Pole, son of Sir Richard Pole and Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury, was arrested.