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  1. John of Gloucester was an illegitimate son of King Richard III of England. John is so called because his father was Duke of Gloucester at the time of his birth. His father appointed him Captain of Calais, a position he lost after his father's death. He seems to have been held in custody at some point during the reign of Henry VII and may have been executed around 1499.

  2. Juan de Gloucester(o Juan de Pontefract) (1468-1499 (basado en hipótesis históricas)) era un hijo ilegítimo del rey Ricardo III de Inglaterra. John se llama así porque su padre era duque de Gloucesteren el momento de su nacimiento. Su padre lo nombró Capitán de Calais, cargo que perdió tras la muerte de su padre.

  3. Overview John of Gloucester (fl. c. 1245—1260) Quick Reference ( fl. c. 1245–d. 1260). English mason. From 1255 he carried out works at the Tower of London and Windsor Castle, Berks., and at the same time appears to have been in charge of the works at Westminster Abbey.

  4. John of Gloucester (c. 1470–1491) was an illegitimate son of Richard III of England. John is so called because his father was Duke of Gloucester at the time of his birth. The identity of his mother is not known. Katherine Haute, a woman mentioned in household records of the Duke of Gloucester, has been suggested as his mistress and mother of John.

  5. John Gloucester (1776 – 1822) was the first African American to become an ordained Presbyterian minister in the United States, and the founder of The First African Presbyterian Church at Girard Avenue and 42nd Street in Philadelphia, which had 123 members by 1811. Contents 1 Biography 2 Personal life 3 Memorials 4 See also 5 References Biography

    • Founder of the 1st African Presbyterian Church
    • John Jr., Jeremiah, Stephen, Mary, James
    • Presbyterian minister
    • Greeneville College, (1806, First African-American student)
  6. John of Gloucester (or John of Pontefract) (died 1499?) was a natural son of King Richard III of England. John is so called because his father was Duke of Gloucester at the time of his birth. His father appointed him Captain of Calais, a position he lost after his father's death.

  7. 08/04/2019 · John of Gloucester (aka John of Pontefract) (died 1499?) was a natural son of King Richard III of England. John is so called because his father was Duke of Gloucester at the time of his birth. His father appointed him Captain of Calais, a position he lost after his father's death.