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Percy, Henry, second earl of Northumberlandlocked

(1394–1455)
  • R. A. Griffiths

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Percy, Henry, second earl of Northumberland (1394–1455), magnate, was the son and heir of Henry Percy (1364–1403), known as Henry Hotspur, who fell at Shrewsbury in 1403 in rebellion against Henry IV, and Elizabeth Mortimer (1371–1417), eldest daughter of Edmund (III) Mortimer, earl of March...

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