John of Lancaster


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John of Lancaster

Duke of Bedford. 1389-1435.
English soldier and statesman who was regent of England and France (1422-1435) during the early reign of his nephew, Henry VI.
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Lamb Jr., husband of the late Jane Lamb, of Sterling, David Lamb of Beverly Hills, Fla., Bruce Lamb, Karen Oleski, Mary Beth Olbrys, Allen Lamb and James Lamb, all of Clinton, Paul Jones of Oklahoma, Christine Sliwa and John of Lancaster and Patricia Ann Grady and Christopher of Worcester; her 14 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; a niece; two nephews; and many friends.
Upon Northumberland's desertion, the rebels negotiate with the king 's second son, John of Lancaster, who promises to redress their grievances if they will disband.
She is survived by two sisters, Mary Bailey and her husband John of Lancaster; Pietrina Pasquale and her husband Joseph of Clinton; sister-in-law, Betty Lamberto of West Boylston; numerous nieces, nephews and many dear friends.