Richard York
Duke of York
Richard York
Richard of Shrewsbury, 1st Duke of York, 1st Duke of Norfolk, 1st Earl of Norfolk, Earl Marshal was the sixth child and second son of King Edward IV of England and Elizabeth Woodville. He was born in Shrewsbury. He was a younger brother of Elizabeth of York, Mary of York, Cecily of York, Edward V of England and Margaret Plantagenet (Princess of York).
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Amazing Shrewsbury Contemporary - The Shrewsbury Lantern
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... three full baths, granite counters, and soaring cathedral ceilings, this one is just a dream come true. For more information, you can view this link.
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SULLIVAN--Patrick J.,99, of Shrewsbury and formerly of New York, on August 9, 2009. Husband of the late Lillian A. (Williamson) Sullivan. Loving father of Dennis of Acton, Patrick, Robert and Kathleen all of New York City. Also survived by his nine grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Funeral services Britton-Shrewsbury Funeral Home, 648 Main
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GILMARTIN - Patricia Ann (nee Quinn). 63, died at home in Spring Lake Heights, NJ, February 7, 2003. She was born, raised and educated in The Bronx, NY, graduating from St. Simon Stock School. She was a realtor with the Christine Keating Agency and prior to that an occupancy planning engineer with AT&T. Former wife of the late John P. ''Jack''
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DONOVAN-Mary M. (nee Maguire). Of Spring Lake, NJ, formerly of Scarsdale, NY and Astoria, Queens, NY on Monday, September 10, 2001. Mrs. Donovan worked as a senior field vice-president with Mutual of America in New York City. Beloved wife of Thomas J. Roach. Devoted mother of John, Stephen, Patricia and Michael. Step-mother of Thomas Roach and
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RYAN-James Joseph Jr., 58, of Little Silver, NJ on September 10, 2001. Husband of Roberta (nee Pisani), father of James J. III, Kimberly Ann Ryan and Mrs. Elizabeth Ryan Benedict. Grandfather of Coleman J. Benedict, III. Brother of Timothy Ryan. Senior Vice President of GMS Group, Livingston, NJ. Visitation Wednesday 2-4 & 7-9pm at the Thompson
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ZOCK-Sara Margaret Kurr (private philanthropist), died in her Sea Girt, New Jersey home on January 31, 2001 after a very brief illness. She had celebrated her 97th birthday on January 19th. She was born in Bethel, Pennsylvania in 1904. She taught first to third grades in a one-room schoolhouse in Berks County, PA. After graduating from Teachers
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KEELY-Jane B. Of Red Bank on October 9, 2000. Retired Appliance Editor for The Hearst Corp. at Good Housekeeping Magazine. Wife of the late Harry Keely, Stepmother of Harry A. Keely and Elsie Smith, Sister of Richard and his wife Charlotte Bartholomae, Aunt of Gregory and Eric Bartholomae. Funeral private. Memorial donations to The American Cancer
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AMABILE-Anthony (Tony W.) of Sea Bright, NJ, formerly of the Bronx, New York on September 3, 1999. Survived by his beloved Chris Howard, father of Jeanine, son of Josephine and the late Joseph Amabile. Also survived by Jeanine's fiancee, Michael Iovino. Visitation on Saturday, 7-9PM and Sunday 2-4 and 7-9PM at John E. Day Funeral Home, 85 Riverside
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SHREWSBURY-Mats G.E. Nilsson. Of 22 Prospect St., Shrewsbury, MA. Died Wednesday afternoon at the Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital in Westborough, MA. He leaves his wife of 52 years, Elsa E. Nilsson b. Falkengren; his son Dr. Claes Nilsson of Portland, Maine; his daughter Elsa N. Hill of Southborough; his grandchildren Carl, Matthew, Siri and John
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  • 2009
    Age 535
    Richard appears in Philippa Gregory's 2009 fictionalized novel The White Queen, which follows the theory that Richard's mother, Elizabeth Woodville, never gave young Richard over to the custody of his uncle, instead swapping him with a changeling and sending the true prince into hiding in Tournai, Belgium.
    More Details Hide Details He appears later in the novel under the assumed name, Perkin Warbeck. Richard is a character in the young adult series of novels, The Missing, by Margaret Peterson Haddix. He appears in the second book, Sent, as the character Alex Polchak. Richard appears in the Japanese anime Kuroshitsuji as a small boy, who, together with his older brother, Edward V, haunts Ludlow Castle, until they can both find salvation and be sent to Heaven. Edward believes that, to do that, he must gather the skulls of his whole family but cannot, since, for some reason, which is revealed later, Richard refuses to hand over what is presumed to be his own. He is voiced by Sasamoto Yuuko in the original and by Maxey Whitehead in the English dub. In Vanora Bennett's historical novel Portrait of an Unknown Woman, Richard is depicted as a grown man, John Clement, a member of Thomas More's household, and husband to his adopted daughter Meg Giggs.
  • 1483
    Age 9
    The Duke of York was sent to the Tower of London, then a royal residence, by King Richard III in mid-1483.
    More Details Hide Details What happened to him and his brother - the Princes in the Tower - after that has been the subject of much speculation and debate. Due to Tudor propaganda efforts, it was long believed that they were both murdered not long afterward on Richard III's orders; however, the lack of any conclusive proof of their fate has led to alternative scenarios being proposed, for instance that that both boys were murdered on the orders of one of Margaret Beaufort, Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham, John Morton or Henry VII, or that Richard survived. In the 1490s, Perkin Warbeck, a Pretender for the English crown, claimed to be Richard, Duke of York, but he is generally considered to have been an impostor, and was labeled thus by the Tudor regime. There have been some, a minority, in every generation since then who have believed that Warbeck was Richard, Duke of York, while others have alleged that he was an illegitimate son of either Edward IV or Richard III. The skeletons of two children discovered in a chest in the Tower in 1674 were presumed to be the princes, but the evidence is not conclusive because the bones could not be dated and neither could their sex be established. These remains were subsequently interred in Westminster Abbey; however, in 1789, when restoration work was being carried out at the tomb of Edward IV in Windsor Castle, the coffins of two mysterious, unidentified children were found in what appeared to be a secret vault adjoining the main vault of the king and queen.
    Under Gloucester's influence, both Edward and Richard were declared illegitimate and removed from the line of succession on 25 June 1483.
    More Details Hide Details The Duke of Gloucester, as the only surviving brother of Edward IV, became King Richard III.
    Berkeley then renounced his claims to the Mowbray estate before parliament in 1483.
    More Details Hide Details Nothing was done for Lord Howard. Some have asserted that this step provided Howard with the motive to kill the Princes in the Tower. His father died on 9 April 1483. Thus his brother Edward, Prince of Wales, became King of England and was acclaimed as such, and Richard his Heir Presumptive. This was not to last. Robert Stillington, the Bishop of Bath and Wells, testified that Edward IV had agreed to marry Lady Eleanor Talbot in 1461. Lady Eleanor was still alive when Edward married Elizabeth Woodville in 1464. The Regency council under the late King's brother Richard Duke of Gloucester, concluded that this was a case of bigamy, invalidating the second marriage and the legitimacy of all children of Edward IV by this marriage.
    In January 1483 Parliament passed an act that gave the Mowbray estates to Richard, Duke of York and Norfolk, for his lifetime, and at his death to his heirs, if he had any.
    More Details Hide Details The rights of the two co-heirs at law were extinguished; Viscount Berkeley had financial difficulties and King Edward IV paid off those debts.
  • 1478
    Age 4
    On 15 January 1478, in St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster, when he was about 4 years old, he married the 5-year-old Anne de Mowbray, 8th Countess of Norfolk, who had inherited the vast Mowbray estates in 1476.
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  • 1476
    Age 2
    He was created Earl of Nottingham on 12 June 1476.
    More Details Hide Details When Anne de Mowbray died in November 1481 her estates should have passed to William, Viscount Berkeley and to John, Lord Howard.
  • 1474
    Age 0
    He was created Duke of York in May 1474 and made a Knight of the Garter the following year.
    More Details Hide Details From this time on, it became a tradition for the second son of the English sovereign to be Duke of York.
  • 1473
    Born on August 17, 1473.
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