In tears, Edward agreed to abdicate, and on 21 January, Sir William Trussell, representing the kingdom as a whole, withdrew his homage and formally ended Edward's reign. A proclamation was sent to London, announcing that Edward, now known as Edward of Caernarvon, had freely resigned his kingdom and that his son Edward would succeed him.
Edward le Despenser (c. 1310 – 30 September 1342), soldier, killed at the siege of Vannes; father of Edward Despenser, Knight of the Garter, who became Baron le Despenser in a new creation of 1357 Isabel le Despenser, Countess of Arundel (c. 1312 – aft. 1356), the first wife of Richard Fitzalan, 10th Earl of Arundel .
25/09/2022 · Children of Edward I 'Longshanks', King of England and Eleanor de Castilla, Comtesse de Ponthieu Eleanor of England+ b. 17 Jun 1264, d. 12 Oct 1298 Joan of England b. c Jun 1265, d. b 7 Sep 1265 John of England b. 10 Jul 1266, d. 3 Aug 1271 Alice of England b. c 1267, d. 1279 Henry of England b. 13 Jul 1267, d. 14 Oct 1274 Juliana of England b. 1271, d. 28 May 1271 Joan of Acre+ b. c Apr 1272 ...
Thomas Cromwell (/ ˈ k r ɒ m w əl,-w ɛ l /; c. 1485 – 28 July 1540), briefly Earl of Essex, was an English lawyer and statesman who served as chief minister to King Henry VIII from 1534 to 1540, when he was beheaded on orders of the king, who later blamed false charges for the execution.
Lucia de Beauchamp (also known as Lucy); married Robert de Napton, Knt., the son of Sir Adam Napton. Lucia and Sir Robert had a son Adam Napton, who married Margaret Helier; Service to Edward I. Edward I knighted Guy de Beauchamp at Easter 1296. Warwick's career of public service started with the Falkirk campaign in 1298.
A further sign of Edward's distrust occurred on 10 October 1305, when Edward revoked his gift of Sir Gilbert de Umfraville's lands to Bruce that he had made only six months before.  Robert Bruce as Earl of Carrick , and now 7th Lord of Annandale , held huge estates and property in Scotland and a barony and some minor properties in England, and a strong claim to the Scottish throne.
Sir William David Ross KBE FBA (15 April 1877 – 5 May 1971), known as David Ross but usually cited as W. D. Ross, was a Scottish Aristotelian philosopher, translator, WWI veteran, civil servant, and university administrator.