WELSH AT BOSWORTH Field

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Gaffa
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WELSH AT BOSWORTH Field

Postby Gaffa » Fri Jul 18, 2014 6:29 am

Doing some research on Family tree. Trying to find out who the leading Welsh Lords were at the battle. Also were I can find the evidence of the crown lands they where given for being there.



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Re: WELSH AT BOSWORTH Field

Postby Gaffa » Mon Jul 28, 2014 11:40 am

Gaffa wrote:Doing some research on Family tree. Trying to find out who the leading Welsh Lords were at the battle. Also were I can find the evidence of the crown lands they where given for being there.
Being more specific now, Meurig ap Llywelyn lands given Bodorgan Anglesey. Any help Gaffa.



Anthony of the MSS
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Postby Anthony of the MSS » Mon Jul 28, 2014 5:49 pm

Whilst not to dilute your research then could I suggest you take a look at 1469 Edgecote? Arguably the darkest day in welsh history, and pivotal in allowing bosworth to happen



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Postby Anthony of the MSS » Mon Jul 28, 2014 5:51 pm

http://harringtoncompanye.wordpress.com/1469-edgecote/

Need to update that, we successfully had it added to the battlefields register last year.

Welsh television has been waking up to this 'forgotten' battle too - have been working with a production company on research and filming




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