See also:earl of
See also:Somerset, and
See also:grandson of John of Gaunt, duke of
See also:Lancaster . He was taken prisoner at Bauge in 1421 during his first
See also:campaign, and did not return to England till 1431 . He was then styled earl of
See also:Mortain, and in 1432 was one of the envoys to the council of
See also:Basel . In 1436 he served at the
See also:relief of
See also:Calais, two years later he commanded with some success in Maine, and in 1440 recovered
See also:Harfleur . Next
See also:year he was made earl, and in 1443
See also:marquess of Dorset . In 1444 on the
See also:death of his elder
See also:brother he became duke of Somerset .
EARLS AND DUKES OF SOMERSET
DUKE OF EDWARD SEYMOUR SOMERSET (c. 1506–1552)
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