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  1. The best-known earl of this creation was the 16th earl jure uxoris, Richard Neville, who was involved in the deposition of two kings, a fact which later earned him the epithet of "Warwick the Kingmaker". This creation became extinct on the death of the 17th earl in 1499.

  2. Anne was the younger daughter of Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick and Salisbury ('the King-Maker'), and his wife Anne Beauchamp. She was born at Warwick Castle on 11th June 1456. Marriage. On 12th July 1472 she was married to Richard, Duke of Gloucester (who became Richard III). Their son Edward, Prince of Wales, died in 1484 and is buried at ...

  3. Aug 25, 2022 · Among his principal lieutenants was his nephew Richard Neville, the earl of Warwick, a powerful man in his own right, who had hundreds of adherents among the gentry scattered over 20 counties. In 1453, when Henry lapsed into insanity, a powerful baronial clique, backed by Warwick, installed York, as protector of the realm.

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