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Edmund of Langley, the first Duke of York and founder of the House of York, was born in Kings Langley on 5 June 1341 and died there on 1 August 1402.
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Edmund and Langley
The other one was the York branch, initiated by his uncle Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York ( see section " Seniority in line from Edward III " below ).
Richard of York was not only the wealthiest magnate in the land, but was also descended from King Edward III's third son Lionel of Antwerp and fifth son Edmund of Langley, leading to calls that he be recognised as successor to the childless King Henry.
In the summer of 1370 John was sent with a small army to Aquitaine to reinforce his ailing elder brother, the Black Prince and his younger brother Edmund of Langley, Earl of Cambridge.
Thomas of Woodstock was named Duke of Gloucester and Edmund of Langley became Duke of York, thereby founding the House of York, which later fought for the throne with John of Gaunt's Lancastrian descendants during the Wars of the Roses.
After the manor came into the possession of Edward III he passed it to his son Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, founder of the Yorkist line.
His paternal grandparents were Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York ( the fourth son of Edward III to survive infancy ) and Isabella of Castile.
The House of York was descended in the male line from Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, the fourth surviving son of Edward III, but also represented Edward's senior line, being cognatic descendants of Lionel, Duke of Clarence, Edward III's second surviving son.
| Edmund of Langley ( House of York founder ) 1385 – 1402 || Edmund of Langley || 5 June 1341Kings Langleyson of Edward III of England and Philippa of Hainault || Isabella of Castile13723 childrenJoan de Hollandca.
| Edward of Norwich1402 – 1415 || Edward of Norwich || 1373Norwichson of Edmund of Langley and Isabella of Castile || Philippa de Mohunc.
Edward of Norwich, Earl of Rutland, the first son of Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, fifth son of Edward III of England, favorite of his cousin Richard II, had been created Earl of Cork in the Peerage of Ireland during his nephew's personal reign.
In 1363 Grantham Castle was granted to Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, and fifth son of Edward III of England, It was north-east of St Wulfram's, and has its legacy in the naming of Castlegate.
After Conisbrough reverted to the Crown, Edward III gave it to his youngest son Edmund Langley and was probably during his tenure that the work to improve the accommodation in the inner ward was carried out.
The title Duke of York was first created in the Peerage of England in 1385 for Edmund of Langley, the fourth surviving son of Edward III, and an important character in Shakespeare's Richard II.
| Edmund of LangleyHouse of York 1385 – 1402 ' || Edmund of Langley || 5 June 1341Kings Langleyson of Edward III of England and Philippa of Hainault || Isabella of Castile13723 childrenJoan de Hollandno children ||
Edmund and first
The second series was the first to establish the familiar Blackadder character: cunning, shrewd and witty, in sharp contrast to the bumbling Prince Edmund of the first series.
This approach was first proposed by the philosopher Edmund Husserl, and later elaborated by other philosophers and scientists.
On the 15th day of June, 1835, the first public land sales commenced with Edmund Dick Taylor as U. S. receiver of public moneys.
The first signs of a new literary movement had appeared at the end of the second decade of Elizabeth's reign, with John Lyly's Euphues and Edmund Spenser's The Shepheardes Calender in 1578.
The first part of Henry IV was probably written and performed in 1596, and the name Oldcastle had almost certainly been allowed by Master of the Revels Edmund Tilney.
Edmund Morris, in his biography The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, describes a young Roosevelt, newly elected to the State Assembly, walking into the House Chamber for the first time in this trendy, affected gait, somewhat to the amusement of the older and more rural Members who were present.
His first act was to appoint the inaugural Prime Minister, Edmund Barton, since the first federal elections were not held until March.
In London, Edmund Kean was the first Hamlet to abandon the regal finery usually associated with the role in favour of a plain costume, and he is said to have surprised his audience by playing Hamlet as serious and introspective.
* 1953 – Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay become the first people to reach the summit of Mount Everest, on Tenzing Norgay's ( adopted ) 39th birthday.
In 1913 — the year of Edmund Husserl's Ideas, Niels Bohr's quantized atom, Ezra Pound's founding of imagism, the Armory Show in New York, and, in Saint Petersburg, the " first futurist opera ," Victory Over the Sun — another Russian composer Igor Stravinsky, working in Paris for Sergei Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes, composed The Rite of Spring for a ballet, choreographed by Vaslav Nijinsky, that depicted human sacrifice.
In 1985, Sir Edmund Hillary ( the first man to stand on the summit of Mount Everest ) and Neil Armstrong ( the first man to stand on the moon ) landed at the North Pole in a small twin-engined ski plane.
Lyne was unable to do so and returned his commission in favour of Edmund Barton, who became the first prime minister and led the inaugural government into and beyond the election.
The first Prime Minister of Australia, Edmund Barton ( sitting second from left ), with his Cabinet, 1901.
Received green swallow from Jamaica "— an amusing conjunction which Edmund later described as demonstrating only the order of events: the boy had arrived first.
Nevertheless, after reading the latter, the writer George Moore suggested to Edmund that it contained " the germ of a great book ," which Edmund Gosse first published anonymously as Father and Son in 1907.
He was the second of only two Australian prime ministers to be knighted during their term of office ( the first prime minister Edmund Barton was knighted during his term in 1902 ).
Edmund Bergler ’ s first contribution to the psychoanalytic theory of homosexuality was “ Der Mammakomplex des Mannes “, an article co-authored with L. Eidelberg and published in the Internationale Zeitschrift fuer Psychoanalyse in 1933.
The first appearance of the sestina in English print is " Ye wastefull woodes ", comprising lines 151 – 89 of the August Æglogue in Edmund Spenser's Shepherd's Calendar, published in 1579.