Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [roberts.GED] [kcunard.ged] Duke of Gloucester Earl of Buckingham, Earl of Essex, Duke of Aumale. Murdered Weir says killed 8/9 Sep 1397 as does The Complete Peerage, but others show 15 Sep. The Complete Peerage vol.V,pp719-729 & p.136. Smothered at the Inn he was staying at. [New Cunard.ged] Of Woodstock He was executed (by smothering) at the order of his nephew, the King and all his property seized by King Richard II; Thomas's remains were moved enough times that Eleanor wished it to be known that she wanted her remains to be left alone Knighted by his father at Windsor on 23 April 1377; in 1380 he was given custody of Mary de Bohun, the younger sister of his wife !BURIAL: First buried in the College of Cannons-regular, which he had founded at Pleshy; from there King Richard had his remains dug up and removed to Westminster Abbey and placed under a monument of marble inlaid with brass; later his body was removed to the Chapel of the Kings near the shrine of St Edward.
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