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  Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Howard was the son of the poet Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey.
The queen imprisoned Norfolk in 1569 for scheming to marry Mary, Queen of Scots.
The title of Duke of Norfolk was eventually restored 4 generations later, by his great-great-grandson, Thomas Howard.
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 Ridolfi plot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Duke of Norfolk was discovered to have been funding Mary's party in Scotland and was arrested on September 7, 1571.
Norfolk was put on trial for treason early in 1572, and executed in June.
A very fictionalised version of the Ridolfi plot was featured in the movie Elizabeth(1998) which depicted Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk as the chief conspirator.However the film omitted the involvement of Ridolfi himself.
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 Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 4th duke of on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Norfolk commanded the English forces that intervened in Scotland in 1559-60 and in 1568 was chief of the commission that inquired into Scottish affairs after the flight of Mary Queen of Scots to England.
Elizabeth heard of the project, however, and forbade it, and Norfolk was imprisoned (1569-70).
On his release Norfolk was drawn into the plot of Ridolfi, agent of Philip II of Spain, who was planning a Spanish invasion and the dethronement of Elizabeth.
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 AllRefer.com - Howard (British And Irish History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Landowners in Norfolk from the 13th cent., the Howards obtained the duchy of Norfolk through the marriage of Sir Robert Howard to Margaret Mowbray, daughter of Thomas Mowbray, 1st duke of Norfolk.
His son, Thomas Howard, 2d duke of Norfolk, was deprived of his title and estate by Henry VII, but he regained favor and was a prominent military commander under both Henry VII and Henry VIII.
: earl of Surrey (1603), earl of Norfolk (1644), duke of Norfolk (1660).
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 AllRefer.com - Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 4th duke of (British And Irish History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 4th duke of 1536–72, English nobleman, son of Henry Howard, earl of Surrey.
Norfolk commanded the English forces that intervened in Scotland in 1559–60 and in 1568 was chief of the commission that inquired into Scottish affairs after the flight of Mary Queen of Scots to England.
Elizabeth heard of the project, however, and forbade it, and Norfolk was imprisoned (1569–70).
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 LORD WILLIAM HOWARD - LoveToKnow Article on LORD WILLIAM HOWARD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
(1563-1640), known as Belted or Bauld (bold) Will, 3rd son of Thomas Howard, 4th duke of Norfolk (executed in 1572), and of his second wife Margaret, daughter of Lord Audley, was born at Audley End in Essex on the 19th of December 1563.
He joined the church of Rome in 5584, both brothers being dispossessed by the queen of a portion of their Dacre estates, which were, however, restored in 1601 for a payment of 10,000.
Howard then took up his residence with his children and grandchildren at Naworth Castle in Cumberland, restored the castle, improved the estate and established order in that part of the courltry.
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 Thomas HOWARD (4° D. Norfolk)
Howard commanded the English forces that intervened in Scotland in 1559–60 and in 1568 was chief of the commission that inquired into Scottish affairs after the flight of Mary, Queen of Scots to England.
On his release Howard was drawn into the plot of Ridolfi, agent of Felipe II of Spain, who was planning a Spanish invasion and the dethronement of Elizabeth.
Norfolk's second marriage was to another heiress, Margaret daughter of Thomas Lord Audley of Walden (north Yorkshire?) She also died young and was buried at St. John the Baptist's church at Norwich.
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 1572 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
January 16 - Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk is tried for treason for his part in the Ridolfi plot to restore Catholicism in England.
December - The Duke of Alva, Spanish commander in the Netherlands, lays siege to Haarlem.
Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk (born 1536)
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 Duke of Norfolk Worship Page
Thomas Howard, Earl of Surrey succeeded to the title Duke of Norfolk at the age of 50 upon his father's death in 1524.
By temperament the 4th Duke was spirited and ambitious, however he lacked the craftiness of his grandfather and the force of character of his father.
Norfolk was executed on June 2, 1572 and Act of Attainder removed the title Duke of Norfolk from his successors.
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 Howard. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Two of Henry VIII’s wives—Anne Boleyn (mother of Elizabeth I) and Catherine Howard—were members of the Howard family; they were both nieces of Thomas Howard, 3d duke of Norfolk.
His forfeited titles were gradually restored to the family in the 17th cent.—earl of Surrey (1603), earl of Norfolk (1644), duke of Norfolk (1660).
The present head of the Howard family is Edward William Fitzalan-Howard, 18th duke of Norfolk, b.
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 SUFFOLK, THOMAS HOWARD, 1ST EARL OF - LoveToKnow Article on SUFFOLK, THOMAS HOWARD, 1ST EARL OF   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The duke's son, John, 2nd duke of Suffolk (1442-1491), married Elizabeth, daughter of Richard, duke of York, and sister of King Edward IV., by whom he had six sons.
In 1514 the title of duke of Suffolk was granted by Henry VIII.
In 1603 Thomas Howard, Lord Howard de Walden, son of Thomas Howard, 4th duke of Norfolk, was created earl of Suffolk, and the earldom has been held by his descendants to the present day (see SUFFOLK, THOMAS HOWARD, ist earl of).
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 Naworth Castle, England, UK
In 1513 Thomas, Lord Dacre played an important role at the battle of Flodden, where the English, under Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey (later 2nd Duke of Norfolk) inflicted a catastrophic defeat upon the Scottish nation.
Thomas Dacre was also Warden of The West March for Henry VIII, and provided loyal service to the crown until his death in 1525.
Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk, Queen Elizabeth's cousin, married the widowed Lady Dacre, and arranged to marry his three sons to her three daughters.
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 About the Dukes of Norfolk
Sir John Howard, the son of the latter, was a renowned Admiral in the reign of Edward III.
He got all the honours of Earl-Marshal, etc, from the Mowbrays, Dukes of Norfolk, just then extinct, in return for his favouring the ursurpation of that blood-stained monarch, Richard III with whom he was killed in the battle of Bosworth-Field, in 1485 and being attainted, all his honours were forfeited.
Thomas Howard the 4th Duke of Norfolk was son of Henry, Earl of Surrey and Frances de Vere.
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 Howard on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Two of Henry VIII's wives—Anne Boleyn (mother of Elizabeth I) and Catherine Howard —were members of the Howard family; they were both nieces of Thomas Howard, 3d duke of Norfolk.
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 Earl Marshal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The title was "Marshal" until William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, whose titles of "Earl" and "Marshal" were separate (although he is often referred to now as "Earl Marshal") made it stand for something.
After it came into the family of the Dukes of Norfolk, it evolved into "Earl Marshal".
Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel and Surrey 1622-1646
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 National Portrait Gallery | What's on? | Duke of Norfolk
Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk: Elizabethan Courtier and Conspirator
At the age of around sixteen Thomas Howard succeeded to the Dukedom and a vast inheritance.
He later become Earl Marshal, a Privy Councillor and he supervised the funeral rites of Mary I and the Coronation of Elizabeth I. Between 1554-1572, the Duke of Norfolk was the premier nobleman in England whose wealth ensured great power and influence at court and whose actions changed the course of history.
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 Churchmouse: Framlingham, Suffolk. Church of St. Michael the Archangel.
Thomas howard succeeded to the title in 1524 upon the death of his father, the 2nd Duke.
Norfolks private life was disturbed by contensions with his second wife, Elizabeth Stafford, daughter of the 3rd and last Duke of Buckingham.
The 3rd Duke seems to have been as cruel and uncompromising in his dealings with his relatives as he was with his enemies in and out of court, his treatment of the Catholics during the Pilgramige of Grace being the subject of an apology from the King himself!
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 Additional Reading (from Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of, Earl Of Surrey, Earl Marshal) --  Encyclopædia ...
Neville Williams, Thomas Howard, Fourth Duke of Norfolk (1964, reissued 1989 as A Tudor Tragedy).
Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of, Earl Of Surrey, Earl Marshal.
Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of, Earl Of Surrey, Earl Marshal
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 Various 4 1561-1572   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Margaret Audley, Duchess of Norfolk by Hans Eworth, 1562.
Sir Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk by Hans Eworth, 1563.
Miniature of James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell by an artist of the Nethlandish School, 1566.
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 Elizabeth I of England - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In 1569, Elizabeth faced a major uprising, known as the Northern Rebellion, instigated by Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk, Charles Neville, 6th Earl of Westmorland and Thomas Percy, 7th Earl of Northumberland.
The Duke of Norfolk was also involved in the first of these plots, the Ridolfi Plot of 1570.
During the latter's visit in 1581, Elizabeth is said to have "drew off a ring from her finger and put it upon the Duke of Anjou's upon certain conditions betwixt them two." The Spanish Ambassador reported that she actually declared that the Duke of Anjou would be her husband.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Surrey Henry Howard Earl of   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Surrey, Henry Howard, Earl of (1517?-1547), English soldier and poet, son of Thomas Howard, 3rd duke of Norfolk.
Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of (1536-1572), English soldier and politician, son of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey.
Carnarvon, Henry Howard Molyneux Herbert, 4th earl (1831-1890), British statesman, who served as colonial secretary of Britain from 1866 to 1867 and...
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 Elizabeth - Film and History
The film also deals mainly with the rebellion against Elizabeth's rule, supposedly instigated by Thomas Howard, the 4th Duke of Norfolk and others, though in fact the Duke of Norfolk was not beheaded until 1572, or 14 years into Elizabeth's reign.
Norfolk was not Catholic but firmly Protestant and probably thought he could restrain Mary in areas of religion.
Norfolk told the Earls of Northumberland and Westmoreland that the uprising must be postponed but they had already gone ahead.
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 Cambridge University Library: Buxton Papers
Robert entered the service of Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk, as surveyor and solicitor in 1559, serving him faithfully until the duke's death in 1572, although he seems to have been instrumental in putting down a rising in the duke's favour at Kenninghall in December 1569.
After the duke's attainder and death Robert Buxton looked after the interests of his son Philip, Earl of Arundel, and later was one of the very few men licenced to visit the earl in the Tower.
Buxton's political influence in Norfolk and Suffolk is demonstrated by the offices he held: MP for Bramber (1559), Horsham (1563) and Arundel (1584), mayor of Thetford in 1588 and 1597, and Justice of the Peace in Norfolk in 1590-7 and 1604-7.
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Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, was beheaded 1547.
Henry's son was Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk b.
Howard planted the shallow edges of his ponds with cattails and other aquatic vegetation to provide cover for amphibians and food for their larvae.
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 I8382: Thomas Howard 4th Duke Of Norfolk (10 MAR 1536 - 30 SEP 1572)
I8382: Thomas Howard 4th Duke Of Norfolk (10 MAR 1536 - 30 SEP 1572)
Descendants of Thomas Howard 4th Duke Of Norfolk and Mary Fitzalan
Descendants of Thomas Howard 4th Duke Of Norfolk and Margaret Audley
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 Surrey, Henry Howard, earl of
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 Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of, Earl Of Surrey, Earl Marshal --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of, Earl Of Surrey, Earl Marshal --  Encyclopædia Britannica
He was the son of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, who was put to death for alleged treasonable activities in 1547.
Thomas Sackville, the 1st earl of Dorset, and an English statesman, poet, and dramatist, is remembered largely for his share in two achievements of significance in the development of Elizabethan poetry and drama: the collection Mirror for Magistrates (1563), probably the most important work between the periods of Geoffrey Chaucer and Edmund Spenser, and the...
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 I8377: Elizabeth Stafford ( - )
Descendants of Elizabeth Stafford and Thomas Howard 3rd Duke Of Norfolk
1 Thomas Howard 4th Duke Of Norfolk = Margaret Audley
1 Thomas Howard 4th Duke Of Norfolk = Elizabeth Leyburne
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