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Two of my very favourite things: Genealogy and History come together here. Intend to stick to my direct line only!

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Sir Henry “Hotspur” Percy (1364-14030, Knight of the Garter, Knight of Bath. Justice of Chester, North Wales and Flintshire, Warden of the East Marches, Captain of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Lancaster, Adele, Scottish Army, Henry Iv Part 1, Alnwick Castle, King Richard, King Henry, Warrior King, Plantagenet

Sir Henry “Hotspur” Percy (1364-1403) - Find A...

Knight of the Garter, Knight of Bath. Justice of Chester, North Wales and Flintshire, Warden of the East Marches, Captain of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Son and heir apparent of Sir Henry Percy and Margaret de Neville. Grandson of Sir Henry de Percy, Lord Percy, and Mary of Lancaster, descendant of King Henry III, Ralph de...

How One Man's Desire to Flaunt His Wealth Became a Book of Psalms It provides a searing glimpse of the toils of medieval laborers. by Urvija Banerji May 2016 www. Medieval Books, Medieval Life, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Renaissance Clothing, Illuminated Letters, Illuminated Manuscript, Book Of Hours

Luttrell Psalter - Sir Geoffrey Luttrell, mounted, being assisted by his wife and daughter-in-law.

Sir Henry “Hotspur” Percy (1364-1403) Lancaster, Adele, Scottish Army, Henry Iv Part 1, Alnwick Castle, King Richard, King Henry, Warrior King, Plantagenet

Sir Henry “Hotspur” Percy (1364-1403) - Find A...

Knight of the Garter, Knight of Bath. Justice of Chester, North Wales and Flintshire, Warden of the East Marches, Captain of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Son and heir apparent of Sir Henry Percy and Margaret de Neville. Grandson of Sir Henry de Percy, Lord Percy, and Mary of Lancaster, descendant of King Henry III, Ralph de...

If you visit Dundonald Castle, make sure to look out Euphemia Ross! We think this carved corbel represents Euphemia, wife of Robert II, who was probably carved into the adjacent corbel. Direct Line, My Ancestors, That Look

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“If you visit Dundonald Castle, make sure to look out Euphemia Ross! We think this carved corbel represents Euphemia, wife of Robert II, who was probably carved into the adjacent corbel. Make sure you book your tickets in advance 👉https://t.co/lzVSOHUixC”

Katherine Stafford (c.1376-1419) and Michael de la Pole (1367-1415), 2nd Earl of Suffolk, Justice of the Peace for Norfolk & Suffolk, on their monument at Wingfield church in Suffolk. Justice Of The Peace, My Ancestors, Norfolk, Lion Sculpture, Statue, Sculptures, Sculpture

Katherine Stafford (c.1376-1419) and Michael de la Pole (1367-1415), 2nd Earl of Suffolk, Justice of the Peace for Norfolk & Suffolk, on their monument at Wingfield church in Suffolk.

Wilfred II (or Borrell I) (Guifré II Borrell I in Catalan), also known as "Wifred" and/or "Borrel", was count of Barcelona, Girona, and Ausona from 897 to Ramones, Barcelona, Time And Tide, Birth And Death, Free Family Tree, Viking Warrior, My Ancestors, Historical Images, Chivalry

Rotlle-genealogic-ramon-borrell-I-de-barcelona - Ramon Borrell, Count of Barcelona - Wikipedia

FRANCE ILE DE FRANCE MONTFORT L AMAURY ST PETER S CHURCH RENAISSANCE STAINED GLASS WINDOW Stock Photo Montfort L'amaury, Renaissance, Stained Glass Windows, Stock Photos, History, Illustration, Painting, Image, Art

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Effigy of Sir Gilbert de Umfreville (1245-1307) at Hexham Abbey in Northumberland. @HexhamAbbey Sir Gilbert, My Ancestors, Effigy, Combat Boots, Amphibians, Combat Boot

Effigy of Sir Gilbert de Umfreville (1245-1307) at Hexham Abbey in Northumberland. @HexhamAbbey

Sir John de Wingfield (d. circa 1361) of Wingfield Castle in Suffolk was chief administrator to Edward the Black Prince. He and both his brothers fought at Crecy in 1346. He fought in the Normandy campaign from 1347-48. Edward The Black Prince, Edward Iii, King John, My Ancestors, Normandy, Campaign, Castle, Normandie, Palace

Sir John de Wingfield (d. circa 1361) of Wingfield Castle in Suffolk was chief administrator to Edward the Black Prince. He and both his brothers fought at Crecy in 1346. He fought in the Normandy campaign from 1347-48.

Tomb of John Bradbourne who died in 1483 Burton On Trent, Edward Iii, Mary Queen Of Scots, Church Banners, The Far Side, My Ancestors, Infancy, Effigy, Derbyshire

Photographs of St. Oswald's, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, United Kingdom

Photographs of St. Oswald's, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, United Kingdom

Effigy of Benedicta de Ludlow (foreground), Sir Richard's wife. St Bartholomew's church, Tong, Shropshire. Vernon, St Bartholomew Church, Plantagenet, Ghost Busters, St Barts, My Ancestors, Effigy, Derbyshire, Lion Sculpture

Effigy of Benedicta de Ludlow (foreground), Sir Richard's wife. St Bartholomew's church, Tong, Shropshire.

Sir Richard Vernon (c. 1390 – 1451) was an English landowner, MP and speaker of the House of Commons. St Bartholomew Church, House Of Commons, Plantagenet, St Barts, My Ancestors, Effigy, Marriage And Family, Vernon

Sir Richard Vernon (c. 1390 – 1451) was an English landowner, MP and speaker of the House of Commons.

The Luttrell Psalter is one of the most famous medieval manuscripts because of its rich illustrations of everyday life in the century. It was made in the diocese of Lincoln for Sir Geoffrey Luttrell - of Irnham, probably sometime between 1325 and Illuminated Letters, Illuminated Manuscript, Psalm Of Thanksgiving, Statues, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Books, Calendar Pages, Book Of Hours, Anglo Saxon

Luttrell Psalter - commissioned by Sir Geoffrey Luttrell (died 1345), a wealthy English landowner who lived at Irnham, Lincolnshire.

Sir Nicholas de Beke - Nicholas was the son of Sir Robert Beck of Tene. He married Jane, daughter of Rafe Stafford, Knight of the Garter and first Earl of Stafford, and Katherine Hastang. He served in the famous Crecy campaign. Robert Beck, Marry Jane, Grave Memorials, Find A Grave, Garter, Knight, Campaign, Daughter, Knights

Sir Nicholas de Beke (1320-1369) - Find A Grave...

Nicholas was the son of Sir Robert Beck of Tene. He married Jane, daughter of Rafe Stafford, Knight of the Garter and first Earl of Stafford, and Katherine Hastang. He served in the famous Crecy campaign, and was probably in the great fight of the feudal lord, Ralph, Baron Stafford being attached to the King's...

Eudes de St. Amand (or Odo or Odon; 1110 – 9 October 1179) was the 8th Grand Master of the Knights Templar, between 1171 and 1179. He was Marshal of Jerusalem and later Viscount. Perhaps his finest hour was at the battle of Montgisard, where his knights convincingly defeated a superior detachment of Saladin's army. Knights Hospitaller, Knights Templar, Limousin, Kingdom Of Jerusalem, Medieval Shields, High Middle Ages, Military Orders, Kingdom Of Heaven, Suit Of Armor

Eudes de St. Amand (or Odo or Odon; 1110 – 9 October 1179) was the 8th Grand Master of the Knights Templar, between 1171 and 1179. He was Marshal of Jerusalem and later Viscount. Perhaps his finest hour was at the battle of Montgisard, where his knights convincingly defeated a superior detachment of Saladin's army.

Robert IV de Sablé (1150 − 23 Sep 1193) was Lord of Sablé, the 11th Grand Master of the Knights Templar from 1191 to 1192 and Lord of Cyprus from 1191 to 1192. He was one of the chosen leaders of the Crusading Fleet of Richard I that departed from Dartmouth in the spring of 1190. My Ancestors, The Grandmaster, Knights Templar, Family Crest, Crests, Assassins Creed, Les Oeuvres, Maine, Arms

Robert IV de Sablé (1150 − 23 Sep 1193) was Lord of Sablé, the 11th Grand Master of the Knights Templar from 1191 to 1192 and Lord of Cyprus from 1191 to 1192. He was one of the chosen leaders of the Crusading Fleet of Richard I that departed from Dartmouth in the spring of 1190.