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  1. Feb 22, 2024 · Thomas Plantagenet, duke of Clarence (born before Sept. 30, 1388, London—died March 22, 1421, Baugé, Anjou, Fr.) was the Duke of Clarence and the second son of Henry IV of England and aide to his elder brother, Henry V. He twice visited Ireland, where he was nominally lord lieutenant, 1401–13. For a short time, in 1412, he replaced his ...

  2. History. The title was first granted to Lionel of Antwerp, the second son of King Edward III, in 1362, as he had married a de Clare heiress with estates including Clare in Suffolk. Since he died without sons, the title became extinct. The title was again created in favour of Thomas of Lancaster, the second son of King Henry IV, in 1412.

  3. Although Thomas’ son John accompanied his father’s remains from Baugé to Canterbury for their interment, the title Duke of Clarence became extinct upon Thomas’ death because he had no legitimate male issue. Thomas of Lancaster, Duke of Clarence died at the Battle of Baugé.

  4. Thomas of Lancaster, (born c. 1278—died March 22, 1322, Pontefract, Yorkshire, England), a grandson of King Henry III of England and the main figure in the baronial opposition to King Edward II. His opposition to royal power derived more from personal ambition than from a desire for reform.

  5. Thomas, Duke of Clarence 1387 - 1421 Thomas of Lancaster was born in 1387 at Kenilworth Castle in Warwickshire, he was the second surviving son of King Henry IV and his first wife Mary de Bohun , daughter of Humphrey de Bohun, 7th Earl of Hereford, and Joan Fitzalan.

  6. Thomas of Lancaster (1388–1421), duke of Clarence , lieutenant of Ireland, and seneschal of England, was second son of Henry IV, and was appointed lieutenant of Ireland in July 1401 to secure a Lancastrian presence in the lordship.

  7. House: Lancaster Titles: 1st Duke of Clarence , Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Medieval English prince and soldier, second son of Henry IV, and brother of Henry V. Served as counselor and aide to both his father and brother, and as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland at the age of fourteen.

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