November 1 – The death of Edmund Tudor, father of Henry VII

| November 1, 2022

November 1 – The death of Edmund Tudor, father of Henry VII

On this day in history, 1 November 1456, Edmund Tudor, 1st Earl of Richmond, husband of Lady Margaret Beaufort and father of King Henry VII, died at Carmarthen Castle in Wales. He died from the plague. Who was Edmund Tudor and how did he end up dying of the plague at Carmarthen? Transcript:

1 November – The birth of William Brooke and the death of Edmund Tudor

| November 1, 2021

1 November – The birth of William Brooke and the death of Edmund Tudor

On this day in Tudor history, 1st November 1527, the feast of All Saints, William Brooke, 10th Baron Cobham, courtier and diplomat, was born. Cobham was a close friend of William Cecil, Baron Burghley and Elizabeth’s I’s chief advisor, so Cobham became powerful in Elizabeth’s reign, serving her in a number of important offices. And, […]

28 January 1457 – Birth of Henry VII at Pembroke Castle

| January 28, 2015

28 January 1457 – Birth of Henry VII at Pembroke Castle

On 28th January 1457, thirteen year-old Margaret Beaufort gave birth to a son at Pembroke Castle, West Wales. The infant was named Henry after his half-uncle Henry VI. Henry’s father Edmund Tudor, 1st Earl of Richmond, had died from the plague three months earlier (while imprisoned by Yorkists) so his mother had been taken in […]

1st November – On this Day in History…

| November 1, 2011

1st November – On this Day in History…

Thanks so much to Nasim for tweeting these dates this morning as my Tudor calendar was blank for today! On this day in history, 1st November… 1456 – Death of Edmund Tudor, 1st Earl of Richmond, from the plague at Carmarthen Castle. Edmund was the son of Owen Tudor and Catherine of Valois (widow of […]

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