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House of Lancaster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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House of Lancaster; Arms of John of Gaunt, the arms of the kingdom differentiated by a label ermine. His royal descendants bore the arms undifferenced

Wars of the Roses: House of Lancaster [Genealogical Chart ...

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HOUSE OF LANCASTER The name House of Lancaster is commonly used to designate the line of English kings immediately descended from John of Gaunt, the fourth son of ...

house of Lancaster | English family | Britannica.com

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House of Lancaster, a cadet branch of the house of Plantagenet. In the 15th century it provided three kings of England—Henry IV, Henry V, and Henry VI—and ...

House of York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The House of York was a cadet branch of the English royal House of Plantagenet. Three of its members became Kings of England in the late 15th century.

House of Lancaster - geni family tree

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Geni Project: House of Lancaster. Scope of Project This project identifies individuals belonging to the royal House of Lancaster. Overvi

House of Lancaster - Fun Facts and Information

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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information House of Lancaster. How many Kings reigned during The Hundred Years War? Who was the first Lancastrian king?

House of Lancaster - Infoplease

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Lancaster, house of , royal family of England. The line was founded by the second son of Henry III, Edmund Crouchback, 1245–96, who was

House of Lancaster - Wars of the Roses

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The Lancastarian claim to the throne was via Edward III's third son John of Gaunt. In October 1460, an Act of Accord designated that the royal succession would move ...

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After reading The House Of Lancaster, it's evident that, given his impressive managerial abilities and complete lack of ego (the author reveals that he was "not best ...

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The House of Lancaster has two locations, one in rapidly-gentrifying Bloordale and the other out on the Queensway, in what was once a supper club that gave these ...