Sir Edmund Mortimer

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Edmund, 2nd Earl Of Cornwall - Death
... In July 1297 Edmund was granted licence to make a will, his poor health is mentioned in a summons of December 1298, and by 1300 he was terminally ill ... The date Edmund died is unknown, but was before 25 September 1300 when Edward I commanded celebration of exequies for the late earl, the following day the royal escheators were ordered to take hold of Edmund's ... Edmund's heart and flesh were buried at Ashridge, attended by the king's son Edward, and on 23 March 1301 his bones were placed in Hailes Abbey, attended by the king in person ...
Sir Edmund Antrobus, 3rd Baronet
... Sir Edmund Antrobus, 3rd Baronet (3 September 1818 – 1 April 1899) was a British politician and Member of Parliament for several constituencies ... Sir Edmund was the eldest son of Sir Edmund Antrobus, 2nd Baronet and Anne Lindsay of Antrobus Hall, Cheshire and Amesbury, Wiltshire and was educated at Cambridge University. 1847, and with her had six children Louisa Emma, Edmund, Robert Lindsay, Cosmo Gordon and two other daughters ...
Edmund Mortimer, 5th Earl Of March - Rebellion Against Henry IV
... On 22 June 1402, Mortimer's uncle, Sir Edmund Mortimer, was captured by the Welsh rebel leader, Owain Glyndŵr, at the Battle of Bryn Glas ... His suspicions fueled by rumours that Mortimer had fallen into captivity by his own design, Henry IV refused to ransom him, and by October 1402 began confiscating his lands, plate ... Mortimer then went over to Glyndŵr's side ...
The Blackadder - Plot - Episodes
1983 As the Wars of the Roses reach their climax, Edmund finds that he has accidentally killed the King and become a prince of the realm. 1-2 Born to be King 22 June 1983 Edmund plots revenge when Dougal McAngus, the King's Supreme Commander, is awarded Edmund's Scottish lands ... and church at each other's throats, the King decides that Edmund should become the new Archbishop of Canterbury ...
Edmund Walter Pook
... Edmund Walter Pook was born at Walworth, Surrey in 1851, the son of Ebenezer Whitcher Pook and Mary Pook, formerly Burch ... It was claimed that Edmund had made Jane pregnant, and as a result Jane was forced to leave the household ... It was also claimed that Edmund and Jane had continued their relationship following her dismissal ...

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