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From: David Mowbray <>
Subject: Re: Plantagenet Correct Usage?
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2001 21:33:32 +0100
References: <3B38BB23.11DCD3A@uwm.edu>, <email@example.com>
In article <vi4_6.57$>, D. Spencer Hines
>Lambert Simnel [circa 1475-1535] --- incompetent that he was ---
>pretended to be Edward [1475-1499 Executed, Tower Hill] 18th Earl of
>Warwick [Son of George, Duke of Clarence --- he who was allegedly
>drowned in the Malmsey Butt]. --- Lambert was routed at Stoke on 16 June
>1487. His supporters were either killed or pardoned. Lambert at least
>survived after his folly as a Yorkist stooge and was put to work as a
>scullery boy, where he supposedly did some useful work, in Henry VII and
>Henry VIII's kitchens --- and lived until 1535.
Just to clarify matters, that should be East Stoke, a village just south
of Newark in Nottinghamshire and not to be confused with the several
other places in England with Stoke in their name.
Adjacent to River Trent, the blood from the battle is said to have
flowed into the river.
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