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  1. Thomas continued to be loyal to Edward in 1469 when the Earl of Warwick rebelled against Edward’s lordship and then during the so-called Re-Adaptation of Henry VI. In fact it was Thomas who was one of the Yorkists who helped Edward escape his foes in 1471. Richard III visited the hall on the way from York to London on October 10th 1483.

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  5. hyperleap.com › topic › Edward_Burgh_(knight)Edward Burgh (knight)

    In 1529, when she was seventeen, Catherine married Sir Edward Burgh (pronounced and sometimes written as Borough), a grandson of Edward Burgh, 2nd Baron Burgh. Sir Edward Borough was the eldest son of Sir Thomas Borough. Sir Edward Burgh was the eldest son of the 2nd Baron's eldest son, Sir Thomas Burgh, who would become the 1st Baron by a new creation in 1529.

  6. 02/04/2018 · Sir Henry also fell victim to the Wars of the Roses dying from injuries sustained at the Battle of Barnet in October 1470. Although the family had started off loyal to Henry VI, Henry had made his peace with Edward IV and when he was injured was fighting on the side of the White Rose.

  7. Edward Burgh (udtalt: Borough) blev født i 1461 af Sir Thomas Burgh, 1. baron Burgh i Lincolnshire og Margaret de Ros. Han blev riddere på Stoke Field i 1487. Han lykkedes til titlen som 2. Lord Burgh fra Gainsborough [E., 1487] ved hans fars død i 1495, skønt han aldrig blev kaldt til parlamentet under denne skrivelse.