What is Lancaster?

  • (noun): The English royal house that reigned from 1399 to 1461; its emblem was a red rose.
    Synonyms: House of Lancaster, Lancastrian line
    See also — Additional definitions below

Lancaster

Lancaster, usually derived from Lancaster, Lancashire, in England, can refer to:

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Lancaster High School (Lancaster, New York)
... Lancaster High School is a high school in Lancaster, New York that serves grades 9-12 ... It is operated by the Lancaster Central School District ...
Lancaster, New York - Media
... Buffalo News Lancaster Source Lancaster Bee. ...
Duchies In England
... The only modern duchies in England are those of Cornwall and Lancaster ... geographic area, though they originate in the palatine counties of Cornwall and Lancaster ... The Duchy of Lancaster owns approximately 46,500 acres (188 km2) including Lancaster Castle and is administered by a Chancellor ...
Isabel Of Beaumont - Marriage and Children
... She married Henry of Grosmont, 1st Duke of Lancaster in 1337 ... Blanche, Countess of Lancaster (25 March 1345 – September 12, 1369), married John of Gaunt, son of Edward III of England, by whom she had three surviving children ... Through Blanche, Isabel was an ancestress of Englands's Royal House of Lancaster, with Henry IV of England being her grandson ...
J. Roland Kinzer
... farm near Terre Hill, Pennsylvania in East Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania He graduated from Franklin Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania ...

More definitions of "Lancaster":

  • (noun): A city in northwestern England.