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Ludford Bridge and Mortimer"s Cross

Geoffrey Hodges

Ludford Bridge and Mortimer"s Cross

the Wars ofthe Roses in Herefordshire and the Welsh Marches and the accession of Edward IV

by Geoffrey Hodges

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Published by Logaston Press in Almeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- History -- Wars of the Roses, 1455-1485.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p(21)-(22).

    Statementby Geoffrey Hodges ; with drawings by John Gibbs.
    ContributionsGibbs, J. 1929-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA250
    The Physical Object
    Pagination58,(22)p. :
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21923810M
    ISBN 100951024221
    OCLC/WorldCa21077907


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The previous battle in the British Battles series is the Battle of Wakefield The Wars of the Roses (c. ) are renowned as an infamously savage and tangled slice of English history. A bloody thirty-year struggle between the dynastic houses of Lancaster and York, they embraced localised vendetta (such as the bitter northern feud between the Percies and Nevilles) as well as the formal clash of royalist and rebel armies at St Albans, Ludford Bridge, Mortimer's.

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Geoffrey Hodges was a historian who lived within easy reach of Ludford Bridge and Mortimer’s Cross Ludford Bridge and Mortimers Cross book this, coupled with an enquiring mind and delight in local history, led initially to a series of articles on these events in the s.

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The Battle of Mortimer's Cross was fought on 2 February near Wigmore, Herefordshire (between Leominster and Leintwardine, by the River Lugg), not far from the Welsh border.

It was a major battle of the Wars of the opposing forces were an army led by Jasper Tudor and his father, Owen Tudor, and other nobles loyal to King Henry VI of the House of Lancaster, his wife, Margaret of.

If Richard III had not charged to his death at Bosworth, how different might the history of Britain have been. Beginning in and ending inThe Red Rose and the White provides a gripping overview of the bitter dynastic struggle for supremacy that raged between the houses of York and Lancaster for thirty years, culminating in the dramatic events on Bosworth Field in A bloody thirty-year struggle between the dynastic houses of Lancaster and York, they embraced localised vendetta (such as the bitter northern feud between the Percies and Nevilles) as well as the formal clash of royalist and rebel armies at St Albans, Ludford Bridge, Mortimer's Cross, Towton, Tewkesbury and finally Bosworth, when the usurping.

The Battle of Blore Heath was a battle in the English Wars of the was fought on 23 Septemberat Blore Heath in Heath is a sparsely populated area of farmland, two miles east of the town of Market Drayton in Shropshire, and close.

Find details of the story at or in Geoffrey Hodges’s book ‘Ludford Bridge and Mortimer’s Cross’ which is sold at project events. Dates for your diary: to book contact Martin Hackett [email protected] The first of these, Ludford Bridge, was a rout, not a battle, because the Yorkists collapsed in the face of a vastly superior royal army, a catastrophe from which Richard, Duke of York, never really recovered.

The second, Mortimer’s Cross, which will be dealt with in a later article, was ‘an obstinate, bloody and decisive battle’, in the. Kindle Books Kindle Unlimited Prime Reading Kindle Book Deals Best Sellers & more Free Reading Apps Buy A Kindle Newsstand Audible Audiobooks Ludford Bridge and Mortimer's Cross Apr by Geoffrey Hodges Paperback.

The first of these, Ludford Bridge, was a rout, not a battle, because the Yorkists collapsed in the face of a vastly superior royal army, a catastrophe from which Richard, Duke of York, never really recovered. The second, Mortimer's Cross, which will be dealt with in a later article, was 'an.

As one of Edward IV’s favorites and a Yorkist supporter during battles including Ludford Bridge, Mortimer’s Cross and Towton, Hastings possessed many landholdings and was the Master of the Mint, Captain of Calais, was raised to a Baron, and became a Privy Council member and Lord Chamberlain ina chief officer in the royal household.

The nearest battlefields to Mortimer's Cross that are described on this website are Shrewsbury (35 miles) and Worcester / Powick (26 miles). There is also the battlefield of Ludford Bridge (near Ludlow: 16 miles) which, though not described here, is examined in detail in: Hodges, Geoffrey.

Ludford Bridge & Mortimers Cross. Little Logaston. Ludford Bridge and Mortimers Cross: the Wars of the Roses in Herefordshire and the Welsh Marches and the Accession of Edward IV by Geoffrey Hodges, Booklet. Booklet. A chronicle of both battles by a local historian who tries to bring to life the military campaigns and analyse the complete change in Yorkist fortunes and leadership in the.

The Rout of Ludford Bridge was a largely bloodless confrontation fought in the early years of the Wars of the took place on 12 Octoberand resulted in a setback for the gh this seemed to be a triumph for the rival Lancastrians at the time, they had thrown away their advantage within six months.

It's a quiet place today, this Mortimer's Cross. Few clues remain to indicate that on a bitter cold Tuesday, Feb 3,this sleepy hollow shook to the sounds of war and ferocious battle. It's a quiet place today, this Mortimer's Cross. It rests in a rural.

Ludlow (/lə́dləw/; Welsh: Llwydlo) is a market town in Shropshire, England, 28 miles (45 km) south of Shrewsbury and 23 miles (37 km) north of Hereford via the main A49 road, which bypasses the a population of approximat, Ludlow is the largest town in South town is significant in the history of the Welsh Marches and neighbouring Wales.

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01 Apr Paperback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Owain Glyn Dwr and the War of Independence in the. The Battle of Mortimer’s Cross was fought in the middle of winter on 2nd February A Yorkist army, under the command of Edward, Earl of March (later Edward IV) intercepted a Lancastrian army, under the leadership of Jasper Tudor, Earl of Pembroke, which was marching from Wales into England.

Following the death of Richard, Duke of York it was left to his son - Edward, Earl of March - to continue the fight for the English throne.

However, first he needed to ensure the security of his Herefordshire estates from Lancastrian forces. Edward achieved this at the Battle of Mortimer's Cross () where he decisively defeated a hostile army under Jasper Tudor, Earl of Pembroke.

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The Path to Conflict ¿ 4. First Blood ¿ 1st St. Albans 22nd May 5. Blore Heath 23rd September and the Rout of Ludford Bridge 12/13th October, 6. Northampton10th July and Wakefield 30th December 7.

Mortimer¿s Cross 2nd February ; 2nd St. Albans 17th February 8. Coordinates: 51°16′30″N 1°25′37″E / °N °E / ; Not to be confused with the Battle of Sandwich ().Belligerents House of Lancaster House of YorkCommanders and leaders Richard Neville of SalisburyStrength Unknown Casualties and losses Unknown Unknown The Battle of Sandwich was a naval skirmish off the town of Sandwich in January during the Wars of the.

Year Date Location Winner; May 22nd: St. Albans: York: September 23rd: Blore Heath: York: October 12/13th: Ludford Bridge: Lancaster: July. About Battle of Mortimer’s Cross. The Battle of Mortimer’s Cross was fought in the middle of winter on 2nd February A Yorkist army, under the command of Edward, Earl of March (later Edward IV) intercepted a Lancastrian army, under the leadership of Jasper Tudor, Earl of Pembroke, which was marching from Wales into England.

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Many of the houses in Ludlow have 18th century frontages. This was where the local gentry came for “the Season”, London being so far away. CHURCHES TO VISIT St. Andrew, Ashford Bowdler. The Battle of Mortimer's Cross was fought on 2 February near Wigmore, Herefordshire (between Leominster and Leintwardine, by the River Lugg), not far from the Welsh border.

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