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  2. 28/11/2022 · Edmund Mortimer, 5th Earl of March, was grandson of Edmund the 3rd Earl (No. 6) and son of Roger Mortimer, 4th Earl, by his wife Eleanor, daughter of Thomas Holland, Earl of Kent. This nobleman was considered the rightful heir to the Crown of England, by his descent from Lionel, Duke of Clarence; and his great nephew, Edward, grandson of his sister Anne, suceeeded to the throne, through this right, as King Edward IV.

  3. 06/11/2022 · Mortimer Edmund : Suffix: 5th Earl of March : Born: 6 Nov 1391 : New Forest, County Westmeath, Ireland : Gender: Male : Died: 18 Jan 1425 : Trim, County Meath, Ireland : Buried: Collegiate Church of Stoke Clare, Suffolk, England : Person ID: I41888 : Our Genealogy: Last Modified: 18 Apr 2022

  4. hace 5 días · His son, Edmund, thus became the 3rd Earl. Edward III showed even greater favour to this descendant of his father's murderer by allowing him to marry his granddaughter Philippa, daughter of his second son Lionel. This brought the Mortimer family the further earldom of Ulster and Connaught.

  5. 07/11/2022 · Roger Mortimer, 2nd earl of March, (born November 11, 1328, Ludlow, Shropshire, England—died February 26, 1360, Rouvray, near Avallon, Burgundy [now in France]), a leading supporter of Edward III of England. The eclipse of the Mortimer family’s power following the death of the 1st Earl of March proved no more than temporary.

  6. 15/11/2022 · Roger Mortimer was hanged at Tyburn. 1332 (during) Edward allowed his mother, Isabella, to go to Castle Rising in Norfolk where she lived in comfort. 1332 (during) Edward Balliol, son of John Balliol, became leader of the disinherited English nobles in Scotland after they agreed to support his bid to become King of Scotland. 1332 (March)