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JOHN MOWBRAY (1390-1432)

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Originally appearing in Volume V19, Page 743 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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JOHN MOWBRAY (1390-1432), and duke, brother of the last-named, now became earl marshal and earl of Nottingham. He sat in judgment upon Richard, earl of Cambridge, and the other rebels in 1415, and went to France with Henry V. He took part in the siege of Harfleur, but illness prevented him from fighting at Agincourt. He saw service in France in subsequent years, and after Henry's death he was a member of the English governing council. In 1424 he followed Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, on his campaign in Hainaut, and in 1425 he secured his recognition as duke of Norfolk. He died on the 19th of October 1432 at Epworth, where his father had founded a Cistercian priory. By his wife Catherine, daughter of Ralph Neville; 1st earl of Westmorland, he left an only son, the 3rd duke.
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