Master of The Robes - James II

James II

  • 1685-1687: Arthur Herbert
  • 1687-1688: Lord Thomas Howard

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Simat De La Valldigna - History
... James I conquered these lands, but his grandson James II gave them to the Cistercian order ... When James II came back from an expedition against the kingdoms of Murcia and Almeria at the end of the 13th century, they came through the vall d'Alfàndec (ancient name of the ... On 15 March 1297 James II of Aragon donated the vall d'Alfàndec (Alfàndec valley) to the Cistercian order in order to found a monastery devoted to the Virgin Mary ...
James II, Count Of Urgell
... James II (in Catalan Jaume II d'Urgell or Jaume el Dissortat "James the Unfortunate", in Spanish Jayme II de Urgel) (1380 – 1 June 1433) was the Count of Urgell (1408–1413), Viscount of Àger, and lord of Antillón ... Born at Balaguer to Peter II of Urgell and Margaret of Montferrat, he inherited the county of Urgell from his father in 1408 ... Younger, heir to the Aragonese Crown, the king appointed James governor-general, an act interpreted by James as implying his heirdom ...
List Of People Educated At Stonyhurst College - Alumni of The College At St Omer, Bruges, & Liège (1593–1794) - Others
... committed to the Tower of London, but was soon let out on bail when James II of England succeeded to the throne, he sent him as his agent to the court of Pope Innocent XI ... Emmanuel Lobb, SJ, received King James II into the Catholic Church ... Edward Petre SJ, Jesuit, Privy Councillor during the reign of James II ...
Sir Walter Clarges, 1st Baronet - Opposing James II
... Re-elected in 1685 after the Duke ascended the throne as James II, Clarges made his mark in Parliament as an opponent of the King's religious policies ... Starting out as a conciliator, James II progressively moved to increase the involvement of the Roman Catholic Church in official life Clarges drew attention to, and denounced each change ...
Alexander Lindsay, 4th Earl Of Crawford
... For some time he was in arms against King James II as part of the Douglas rebellion ... Douglas was personally killed at Stirling Castle by James II for refusing to dissolve his league with Alexander ... at the Battle of Brechin on 18 May, and he submitted to James II in 1452 ...

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