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The Culpepper Line

  Culpepper country Sussex England

Two Culpepper brothers married two sisters, Margaret and Elizabeth, granddaughters of Sir Richard Wakehurst, who thus brought the Wakehurst estate into the Culpepper family. 14 more words

Genealogy

Reversing Agincourt, Naseby and Culloden

Bite sized historical rematches with 20/20 Hindsight

The Armchair Corporal turns the tables in another three famous battles. Talking about himself in third person hasn’t reduced AC’s amazing insights into how losers would have won, if only they were as brilliant as he! 73 more words

Alt History

Middle Ages History: The Battle of Bouvines

Although not as famous as Hastings, Crécy or Agincourt, the 1214 Battle of Bouvines would have far-reaching consequences. In fact, the little-known clash indirectly contributed to the rise of modern-day constitutional democracy. 178 more words

Military History

Our Greatest Honor

Last Sunday, the reading that day was the story of how Peter stood in a trial before the religious leaders of his day. The contrast between how things happened with Jesus and how things happened with the apostles after He ascended into Heaven could not have been more stark. 1,263 more words

Battle of Agincourt: The summary of summaries

I highly recommend you look up what the Battle of Agincourt was about, if anything because its a good story.

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5 Medieval Battles & What To Know About Them

There were hundreds – maybe even thousands – of battles, skirmishes, and sieges during the Medieval Era. Some were world and history changing – others weren’t. 878 more words

European History

Of Kendal, Stricklands and Castles

Here is a handy link to a brief history of Sizergh Castle and how it came into the Strickland family by way of Walter’s marriage to Elizabeth Deincourt though since 1950 the castle is administered by the National Trust. 68 more words

Genealogy