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  1. John of Gloucester. John of Gloucester (or John of Pontefract) (c. 1468 – c. 1499 (based on historical hypothesis)) was an illegitimate son of King Richard III of England. John is so called because his father was Duke of Gloucester at the time of his birth.

  2. 1 de mai. de 2022 · John of Gloucester (aka John of Pontefract) (died 1499?) was a natural son of King Richard III of England. John is so called because his father was Duke of Gloucester at the time of his birth. His father appointed him Captain of Calais, a position he lost after his father's death.

    • Oxfordshire
    • St Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, England
    • 1470
  3. It is a grant in 1486 to ‘John de Gloucester, bastard, of an annual rent of 20 li. during the King’s pleasure, issuing out of the revenues of the lordship or manor of Kyngestonlacy, parcel of the duchy of Lancaster, in co. Dorset.’. This grant is not ungenerous, and perhaps shows that at that time Henry felt he had nothing to fear from an ...

  4. Há 3 dias · John of Gloucester, otherwise known as John of Pontefract was the natural son of Richard III and was probably born at Pontefract. The identity of John's mother remains unknown but it has been suggested that she may have Alice Burgh, who was granted an annuity of 20 pounds when Richard, Duke of Gloucester was at Pontefract on 1 March 1474, the ...

  5. John of Pontefract, the illegitimate son of Richard III was appointed as Captain of Calais on 11th March 1485. Richard III had two illegitimate children, both born before he married Anne Neville. Little is known about the mother of John, other than him being referred to as “John le Pountfreit Bastard” on documents relating to.

  6. 14 de set. de 2023 · Search for: 'John of Gloucester' in Oxford Reference ». (fl. c. 1245–d. 1260).English mason. From 1255 he carried out works at the Tower of London and Windsor Castle, Berks., and at the same time appears to have been in charge of the works at Westminster Abbey. He was a man of some substance, and his activities and responsibilities ranged ...

  7. John “of Gloucester” Plantagenet. John of Gloucester was an illegitimate son of Richard III of England. John is so called because his father was Duke of Gloucester at the time of his birth. He was also known as John of Pontefract The identity of his mother is not known.