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  1. Há 5 dias · In October 1483, an unsuccessful revolt was led by staunch allies of Edward IV and Richard's former ally, Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham. Then, in August 1485, Henry Tudor and his uncle, Jasper Tudor, landed in Wales with a contingent of French troops, and marched through Pembrokeshire, recruiting soldiers.

  2. Há 6 dias · In 1554 the Crown granted them to Henry Stafford, Lord Stafford (d. 1563), son of Edward, Duke of Buckingham, and in 1564 Henry's widow Ursula with her son Henry, Lord Stafford (d. 1566), leased the manors to another of her sons, Richard Stafford.

  3. Há 6 dias · John de la Pole, 2nd Duke of Suffolk: 1442–1492 c. 1473 209 Thomas Fitzalan, Baron Maltravers: d. 1524 1474 210 William Parr, 1st Baron Parr of Kendal: c. 1434–1483 1474 211 Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham: 1454–1483 c. 1474 212 Federico da Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino: 1422–1482 1474 213 Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland: c ...

  4. 19 de mai. de 2024 · After which it continued in his descendants down to his great grandson, Humphry Stafford, who was created duke of Buckingham anno 23 Henry VI. whose grandson Henry, duke of Buckingham, having put himself in arms against king Richard, in favor of Henry, earl of Richmond, and being deserted by his army, had concealed himself in the ...

  5. Há 6 dias · In 1 Henry VII. (1585–86) his son Edward de Stafford was restored to all his father's honours and estates as third Duke of Buckingham, and made a Knight of the Garter; but he did not escape the fate of his predecessors in coming to a violent death.

  6. Há 5 dias · Indeed, it was not until after the Duke of Buckingham’s death in 1628, when his fatal charm and racketeering were finally removed, that they could be seriously tackled. His second theme deals with the efforts of the King and the Earl to shape the peerage into a loyal, more Court-centred pillar of the Caroline regime.

  7. Há 5 dias · Buckingham Palace, palace and London residence of the British sovereign. It is situated within the borough of Westminster. The palace takes its name from the house built (c. 1705) for John Sheffield, duke of Buckingham.