1400-1414 Epiphany Rising and Rebellions Against Henry IV

1399 Epiphany Rising

1400 Parliament Henry IV 2: 30 Forfeiture of Earls

1400 Death of Richard II

1400 Creation of Garter Knights

1401 Parliament Henry IV 2: 31 The Names of the Lords Present

1401 Parliament Henry IV 2: 32 Suppression of the Lollards

1402 Battle of Bryn Glas

1402 Battle of Nesbit Moor

1402 Battle of Homildon Hill

1403 Marriage of Henry IV and Joanna of Navarre

1403 Battle of Shrewsbury

1405 Battle of Pwll Melyn aka Usk

1405 Northern Rising

1406 John II King Castile Succeeds

1407 Marriage of Edmund Holland Earl of Kent and Lucia Visconti

1407 Murder of Louis of Orléans

1408 Siege of Harlech Castle

1408 Battle of Bramham Moor

1408 Battle of Île de Bréhat

1409 Tournaments

1413 Death of King Henry IV Accession of Henry V

1413 Coronation of Henry V

1414 Fire and Faggot Parliament

1414 Henry V awards his brothers Dukedoms

1400-1414 Epiphany Rising and Rebellions Against Henry IV is in 15th Century Events.

Epiphany Rising

In Dec 1399 the Epiphany Rising was an attempt to restore Richard II King England 1367-1400 (32) to the throne replacing Henry IV King England 1367-1413 (32).

On 17 Dec 1399 the conspirators met at Abbey House Westminster Abbey including Thomas Blount 1352-1400 (47), Thomas Despencer 1st Earl Gloucester 1373-1400 (26), Thomas Holland 1st Duke Surrey 1374-1400 (25), John Holland 1st Duke Exeter 1352-1400 (47), Ralph Lumley 1st Baron Lumley 1360-1400 (39), John Montagu 3rd Earl Salisbury 1350-1400 (49), Edward York 1st Duke Albemarle aka Aumale 2nd Duke York 1373-1415 (26), Bernard Brocas 1354-1400 (45). They plotted to capture Henry IV King England 1367-1413 (32) at a Tournament in Windsor on the Feast of Epiphany hence the Epiphany Rising.

Before 07 Jan 1400 Henry IV King England 1367-1413 was forewarned, probably by Edward York 1st Duke Albemarle aka Aumale 2nd Duke York 1373-1415, and began to raise an army in London.

On 07 Jan 1400 at Cirencester Ralph Lumley 1st Baron Lumley 1360-1400 (40) was beheaded by the townspeople following an unsuccessful attempt to seize the town. Baron Lumley 1C 1384 forfeit.
Thomas Holland 1st Duke Surrey 1374-1400 (26) was beheaded. His brother Edmund Holland 4th Earl Kent 1384-1408 (16) succeeded 4th Earl Kent 6C 1360, 5th Baron Holland.
John Montagu 3rd Earl Salisbury 1350-1400 (50) was captured, tried and beheaded.
Bernard Brocas 1354-1400 (46) was captured.

On 12 Jan 1400 Thomas Blount 1352-1400 (48) was hanged at Oxford by Thomas Erpingham 1355-1428 (45).

On 13 Jan 1400 Thomas Despencer 1st Earl Gloucester 1373-1400 (26) was beheaded at Bristol.

On 16 Jan 1400 John Holland 1st Duke Exeter 1352-1400 (48) was executed at Pleshy Castle. His son John Holland 2nd Duke Exeter 1395-1447 (4) succeeded 2nd Earl Huntingdon 4C 1388. He was captured by Joan Fitzalan Countess Essex Hereford and Northampton 1347-1419 (53) whose brother Richard Fitzalan 9th Earl Surrey 11th Earl Arundel 1346-1397 (54) John Holland had had executed three years before. She arranged for the children of her dead brother to witness the execution of John Holland 1st Duke Exeter 1352-1400 (48) at Pleshy Castle; her primary seat.

On 04 Feb 1400 Bernard Brocas 1354-1400 (46) was tried, and condemned to death, by Thomas Fitzalan 10th Earl Surrey 12th Earl Arundel 1381-1415 (18) at Tower of London for his role in the Epiphany Rising having been captured in Cirencester.
On 05 Feb 1400 Bernard Brocas 1354-1400 (46) was beheaded at Tyburn. He was buried at the Chapel of St Edmund.

On 14 Feb 1400 (exact date not known) King Richard II (33) died at Pontefract Castle, possibly murdered, possibly starved to death, as a consequence of the Epiphany Rising. His first cousin Philippa Plantagenet Countess March 5th Countess Ulster 1355-1382 (44) de jure Heir to the Throne of England.
On 17 Feb 1400 Richard's (33) corpse was displayed at Old St Paul's Cathedral.
On 06 Mar 1400 Richard's (33) remains were buried at King's Langley Priory.

On 26 Jul 1400 Isabel Despencer Countess Warwick Countess Worcester 1400-1439 was born to Thomas Despencer 1st Earl Gloucester 1373-1400 (26) and Constance York Countess Gloucester 1374-1416 (26) some six months after her father had been beheaded during the Epiphany Rising. She a great granddaughter of King Edward III England.

Death of Richard II

On 14 Feb 1400 (exact date not known) King Richard II (33) died at Pontefract Castle, possibly murdered, possibly starved to death, as a consequence of the Epiphany Rising. His first cousin Philippa Plantagenet Countess March 5th Countess Ulster 1355-1382 (44) de jure Heir to the Throne of England.
On 17 Feb 1400 Richard's (33) corpse was displayed at Old St Paul's Cathedral.
On 06 Mar 1400 Richard's (33) remains were buried at King's Langley Priory.

The Chronicles of Froissart Book 2 Richard II Chapter 245. Of the Death of King Richard
It was not long after that true tidings ran through London, how Richard of Bordeaux was dead; but how he died and by what means, I could not tell when I wrote this chronicle. But this king Richard dead was laid in a litter and set in a chare covered with black baudkin, and four horses all black in the chare, and two men in black leading the chare, and four knights all in black following. Thus the chare departed from the Tower of London and was brought along through London fair and softly, till they came into Cheapside, whereas the chief assembly of London was, and there the chare rested the space of two hours. Thither came in and out more than twenty thousand persons men and women, to see him whereas he lay, his head on a black cushion and his visage open. Some had on him pity and some none, but said he had long deserved death. Now consider well, ye great lords, kings, dukes, earls, barons and prelates, and all men of great lineage and puissance: see and behold how the fortunes of this world are marvelloua and turn diversely. This king Richard reigned king of England twenty-two yeai in great prosperity, holding great estate and seignory. There was never before any king of England that spent so much in his house as he did, by a hundred thousand florins every year; for I, sir John Froissart canon and treasurer of Chimay, knew it well, for I was in his court more than quarter of a year together, and he made me good cheer, because that in my youth I was clerk and servant to the noble king Edward the third, his grandfather, and with my lady Philippa of Hainault, queen of England, his grandam; and when I departed from him, it was at Windsor, and at my departing the king sent me by a knight of his called sir John Golofre a goblet of silver and gilt weighing two mark of silver, and within it a hundred nobles, by the which I am as yet tjie better, and shall be as long as I live: wherefore I am bound to pray to God for his soul, and with much sorrow I write of his death; but because I have continued this history therefore I write thereof to follow it.Death of Richard II

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The Chronicles of Froissart Book 2 Richard II Chapter 245. Thus when king Richard had lain two hours in the chare in Cheapside, then they drave the chare forward: and when the four knights that followed the chare afoot were without London, they leapt then on their horses, which were there ready for them, and so they rode till they came to a village called Langley, a thirty mile from London, and there this king Richard was buried. God have mercy on his soul !Death of Richard II

Parliament Henry IV 2: Jan 1401 Mar 1401

Parliament Henry IV 2: 30 Forfeiture of Earls

After 07 Jan 1400. Henry IV's Parliament. Also, be it remembered that whereas Thomas Holland, formerly earl of Kent, John Holland, formerly earl of Huntingdon, John Montague, formerly earl of Salisbury, Thomas, formerly Lord Despenser, and Ralph Lumley, knight, recently rose up in various parts of England and rode in warlike manner, treacherously, against our lord the king, contrary to their allegiance, to destroy our said lord the king and other great men of the realm, and to populate the said realm with people of another tongue, they were seized and beheaded in their armed uprising by the loyal lieges of oursaid lord the king; and for that reason all the lords temporal present in parliament, by the assent of the king, declared and adjudged the said Thomas, John, John, Thomas, and Ralph to be traitors for their armed uprising against their aforesaid liege lord, and that they should forfeit as traitors all the lands and tenements that they held in fee simple on 5 January, the eve of the feast of the Epiphany of our lord Jesus Christ, in the first year of the reign of our aforesaid lord [1400], or after, as the law of the land requires, together with all their goods and chattels, notwithstanding the fact that they were killed during the said armed uprising without due process of law.

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1400 Creation of Garter Knights

Around Apr 1400 the newly crowned Henry IV King England 1367-1413 (32) created a number of new Garter Knights, including his children, to replace those of who had been executed during the Epiphany Rising.
John Lancaster 1st Duke Bedford 1389-1435 (10) was appointed 95th.
Humphrey Lancaster 1st Duke Gloucester 1390-1447 (9) was appointed 96th.
Thomas Fitzalan 10th Earl Surrey 12th Earl Arundel 1381-1415 (18) was appointed 97th.
Thomas Beaufort 1st Duke Exeter 1377-1426 (23) was appointed 98th.

Parliament Henry IV 2: 31 The Names of the Lords Present

After 07 Jan 1401. The names of the lords who were present at the said declaration are as follows:
Henry, prince of Wales.
Edmund, duke of York.
Edward, earl of Rutland.
Thomas, earl of Arundel.
John, earl of Somerset.
Edmund, earl of Stafford.
Henry, earl of Northumberland.
Ralph, earl of Westmorland.
Thomas, earl of Worcester.
Michael, earl of Suffolk.
Richard, Lord Grey of Codnor.
Thomas, Lord Berkeley.
John, Lord Charlton.
Reginald, Lord Grey of Ruthin.
Thomas, Lord Camoys.
Thomas, Lord Furnivall.
Robert, Lord Scales.
John, Lord Beaumont.
William, Lord Willoughby.
Hugh, Lord Burnell.
William, Lord Ferrers of Groby.
William, Lord Bergavenny.
John, Lord Lovell.
Robert, Lord Harrington.
Richard Lescrope.

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Parliament Henry IV 2: 32 Suppression of the Lollards

In Mar 1401. Henry IV's (33) Parliament enacted "De heretico comburendo" by which heretics were to be burned at the stake in reation to the Lollard movement.
The request "... the said church would be injured or gravely oppressed or even perturbed by certain perverse doctrines, or wicked, heretical or erroneous opinions; nevertheless, various perfidious and perverse people of a certain new sect, believing damnable things of the said faith, the sacrament of the church, and its authority, rashly usurping the office of preacher, contrary to divine and ecclesiastical law, perversely and maliciously preach and teach these days, publicly and secretly, under simulation of the colour of sanctity, various new doctrines and wicked, heretical and erroneous opinions, contrary to this same faith and the holy decrees of the sacrosanct church ...".
The answer: "and they shall cause these same persons to be publicly burnt in a high place; and may punishment of this sort strike fear into the minds of others.".
On 02 Mar 1401 William Sawtrey was the first heretic to be burned although his burning pre-dated the statute.

Battle of Bryn Glas

On 22 Jun 1402 Owain Glyndŵr (43) defeated the army of Edmund Mortimer 1376-1408 (25) at Knighton Radnorshire Welsh March, who was captured, at the Battle of Bryn Glas.
Henry IV King England 1367-1413 (35) made no attempt to ransom Edmund Mortimer 1376-1408 (25) and, as a consequence, Edmund Mortimer 1376-1408 (25) changed his allegiance, and subsequently married Owain's (43) daughter.
On 25 Jun 1402 Walter Devereux 1361-1402 (41) died from wounds.

Battle of Nesbit Moor

On 22 Jun 1402 George Dunbar 10th Earl March 1338-1420 (64) commanded a force of around 200 men from the Berwick garrison who defeated a Scottish army of around 400 men at Nisbet during the Battle of Nesbit Moor. Patrick "Younger" of Hailes Hepburn -1402 (64) was killed. John Cockburn, Thomas Haliburton, John Haliburton and Robert Lawedre -1425 were captured.

Battle of Homildon Hill

On 14 Sep 1402 Henry Percy 1st Earl of Northumberland 1341-1408 (60) and his son Henry "Hotspur" Percy 1364-1403 (38) lay in wait at Homildon Hill for the Scots to return from their laying waste to Northumberland. The Battle of Homildon Hill was a victory for the English forces whose longbowmen decimated the Scottish schiltrons. Henry Fitzhugh 3rd Baron Fitzhugh 1358-1425 (44) fought for the English.
John Swinton -1402 was killed.
Thomas Dunbar 2nd Earl Moray 1371-1422 (31) and Henry Sinclair 2nd Earl Orkney 1375-1420 (27) were captured.
Archibald Douglas 1st Duke Touraine 1372-1424 (30) was wounded. Henry IV King England 1367-1413 (35) forbade the ransoming of Scottish prisoners so that he could concentrate on the Welsh. By doing so he created a rift with the Percy family who subsequently defected to Owain ap Gruffudd Glyndŵr (43).
William Stewart -1402 was executed by Henry "Hotspur" Percy 1364-1403 (38) having been captured.
John Stewart -1420 fought at the Battle of Homildon Hill.

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Marriage of Henry IV and Joanna of Navarre

On 07 Feb 1403 Henry IV King England 1367-1413 (35) and Joanna of Navarre Queen Consort England 1370-1437 (33) were married at Winchester. They were third cousins. He a grandson of King Edward III England. She a great x 4 granddaughter of Henry III King England 1207-1272. Joanna of Navarre Queen Consort England 1370-1437 (33) was crowned Queen Consort England. His third marriage, her second. She had eight children with her first husband but, despite ten years of marriage, none with Henry.

Battle of Shrewsbury

Chronicle of Gregory 1403-1419. 1403. And that yere, the yere of our Lorde Ml cccc iiij, was the batylle of Shrouysbury, that was uppon Mary Mawdelyn Evyn, in the whyche bataylle Syr Harry Percy (38) was sayle1, and Thomas Percy (60) was i-takynne and kept iij dayes aftyr, and thenne he was drawe, hanggyd, quarteryd, and be-heddyd; and the quarters was sende one unto London Brygge. And in the same bataylle was the Prynce (16) shotte thorowe the hedde with an arowe, and the Erle of Stafforde (24) was i-slayne in the kyngys cote armure undyr his baner, and many mo lordys and knyghtes lost there lyvys, and squyers and many a goode yemon. For hit was one of the wyrste bataylys that evyr came to Inglonde, and unkyndyst, for there was the fadyr a-yenst the sone and the sone ayenste the fadyr, and brother and cosyn a-yenste eche othyr.
Note 1. sayle. So in MS., but the reading ought certainly to have been slain.

On 21 Jul 1403 Henry IV King England 1367-1413 (36), with his son the future Henry V King England 1386-1422 (16), defeated the rebel army of Henry "Hotspur" Percy 1364-1403 (39) at the Battle of Shrewsbury at the site now known as Battlefield Shrewsbury. Henry V King England 1386-1422 (16) took an arrow to the side of his face leaving him severely scarred. John Stanley 1350-1414 (53) was wounded in the throat. Thomas Strickland 1367-1455 (36) fought and was awarded £38 and two of the rebel Henry's horses. Richard Beauchamp 13th Earl Warwick 1382-1439 (21) fought for the King. Walter Blount 1348-1403 (55), the King's Standard Bearer, was killed by Archibald Douglas 1st Duke Touraine 1372-1424 (31).
Thomas Wendesley 1344-1403 (59) and Edmund Cockayne 1356-1403 (47) were killed.
Edmund Stafford 5th Earl Stafford 1378-1403 (25) was killed. His son Humphrey Stafford 1st Duke of Buckingham 1402-1460 succeeded 6th Earl Stafford 1C 1351, 7th Baron Stafford 1C 1299.
Hugh Shirley 1351-1403 (52) was killed; he was one of four knights dressed as Henry IV King England 1367-1413 (36).
Of the rebels, Henry "Hotspur" Percy 1364-1403 (39), Madog Kynaston 1360-1403 (43) and John Clifton -1403 were killed. Thomas Percy 1st Earl Worcester 1343-1403 (60) was beheaded after the battle. Richard Vernon 1355-1403 (48) was hanged.
John Rossall -1403 was killed. His sister Eleanor Rossall 1377-1432 (26) inherited a half-share in the Rossall Shrewsbury estates.

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Northern Rising

Around Mar 1405 William Gascoigne Chief Justice 1350-1419 (55) refused to pass sentence on Richard Scrope Archbishop of York 1350-1405 (55) and Thomas Mowbray 4th Earl Norfolk 2nd Earl Nottingham 1385-1405 (19) who were accused of involvement in the Northern Rising asserting their right to be tried by peers. They were both subsequently executed.

Chronicle of Gregory 1403-1419. 1405. Alle so the same yere Syr Richard Schroppe, Archebyschoppe of Yorke (55), and the Lorde Mombray (19), were be-heddyd at Yorke.Northern Rising

On 27 May 1405 Richard Scrope Archbishop of York 1350-1405 (55) and Thomas Mowbray 4th Earl Norfolk 2nd Earl Nottingham 1385-1405 (19) assembled a force of around 8000 men at Shipton Moor Shipton Hambleton North Yorkshire. Believing they had been given safe conduct by Ralph Neville 1st Earl Westmoreland 1364-1425 (41) and assured their demands would be met, the rebel army disbanded Northern Rising

On 29 May 1405 Richard Scrope Archbishop of York 1350-1405 (55) and Thomas Mowbray 4th Earl Norfolk 2nd Earl Nottingham 1385-1405 (19) were arrested and taken to Pontefract Castle.

On 03 Jun 1405 Thomas Beaufort 1st Duke Exeter 1377-1426 (28) arrived at York. The King denied the accused trial by their peers. Thomas Fitzalan 10th Earl Surrey 12th Earl Arundel 1381-1415 (23) and Thomas Beaufort 1st Duke Exeter 1377-1426 (28) sat in judgement of Richard Scrope Archbishop of York 1350-1405 (55) and Thomas Mowbray 4th Earl Norfolk 2nd Earl Nottingham 1385-1405 (19). William Gascoigne Chief Justice 1350-1419 (55) refused to pronounce sentence on Richard Scrope Archbishop of York 1350-1405 (55) and Thomas Mowbray 4th Earl Norfolk 2nd Earl Nottingham 1385-1405 (19) asserting their right to be tried by their peers.

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Richard Scrope Archbishop of York 1350-1405 (55) was beheaded. Possibly the only execution of an Archbishop that occurred in England.
Thomas Mowbray 4th Earl Norfolk 2nd Earl Nottingham 1385-1405 (19) was beheaded. His brother John Mowbray 2nd Duke Norfolk 1392-1432 (13) succeeded 5th Earl Norfolk 3C 1312, 3rd Earl Nottingham 2C 1383, 8th Baron Mowbray 1C 1283, 9th Baron Segrave 2C 1295.

On 20 Jul 1405 John Fauconberg -1405 was beheaded in Durham.

John II King Castile Succeeds

On 25 Dec 1406 Henry III King Castile 1379-1406 (27) died. His son John II King Castile 1405-1454 (1) succeeded II King Castile.

Battle of Pwll Melyn aka Usk

Around May 1405 Richard Grey 1st or 4th Baron Grey Codnor 1371-1418 (34) and Dafydd Gam Brecon 1380-1415 (25) decisively defeated the Welsh army at the Battle of Pwll Melyn aka Usk. Gruffudd ab Owain Glyndŵr Mathrafal 1375-1412 (30) was captured. Tudur ap Gruffudd Mathrafal Lord Gwyddelwern 1357-1405 (48) was killed. The Welsh lost around 1500 men with 300 prisoners being beheaded following the battle. The battle marked the beginning of the end of Owain Glyndŵr's (46) revolt

Marriage of Edmund Holland Earl of Kent and Lucia Visconti

Chronicle of Gregory 1403-1419. 24 Jan 1407. Ande that yere the Erle of Kent (23) weddyd the Erlys doughter (27) of Mylayne, at Synt Mary Overeys in Sowtheworke, the xiiij day of Juylle.Marriage of Edmund Holland Earl of Kent and Lucia Visconti.
Note. Other sources say 24 Jan 1407?

On 24 Jan 1407 Edmund Holland 4th Earl Kent 1384-1408 (23) and Lucia Visconti Countess Kent 1380-1424 (27) were married at Southwark Cathedral. He a great x 2 grandson of Edward "Longshanks" I King England 1239-1307. She by marriage Countess Kent. He was killed eighteen month's later at the Battle of Île de Bréhat.

Murder of Louis of Orléans

On 23 Nov 1407 Louis Valois Duke Touraine I Duke Orléans 1372-1407 (35) was murdered on the orders of John "Fearless" Valois Duke Burgundy 1371-1419 (36) at Paris. His son Charles Valois Duke Orléans 1394-1465 (12) succeeded Duke Orléans.

Battle of Bramham Moor

Chronicle of Gregory 1403-1419. 1408. Ande that yere the Erle of Northehumberlond (66) ande the Lorde Bardoffe (38) were take in the Northe countre ande be-heddyd and quarteryd; and the hedde of the erle and the quartyr of the lorde were brought unto Londyn Brygge.Battle of Bramham Moor

On 19 Feb 1408 Thomas Rokeby's force of Yorkshire levies defeated the Percy army during the Battle of Bramham Moor bringing to an end the Percy rebellion.
Henry Percy 1st Earl of Northumberland 1341-1408 (66) was killed. His body was afterwards hanged, drawn and quartered, his head being sent to London bridge and his quarters to diverse places. His grandson Henry Percy 2nd Earl of Northumberland 1393-1455 (15) succeeded 5th Baron Percy of Alnwick 1C 1299, 13th Baron Percy of Topcliffe.
Thomas Bardolf 5th Baron Bardolf 1369-1408 (38) was killed. Baron Bardolf of Wormegay in Norfolk abeyant between his two daughters Anne Bardolf Baroness Cobham Sternborough 1389-1453 (18) and Joan Bardolf 6th Baroness Bardolf 1390-1447 (17).

Siege of Harlech Castle

In 1408 Edmund Mortimer 1376-1408 (31) died at Harlech Castle during the Siege of Harlech Castle.

Battle of Île de Bréhat

Chronicle of Gregory 1403-1419. 1408. Alle so the same yere the Erle of Kentt (23) was slayne at the castelle of Bryake whythe a stone.

On 15 Sep 1408 Edmund Holland 4th Earl Kent 1384-1408 (24) was killed at Île de Bréhat during the Battle of Île de Bréhat. He was buried in Bourne Abbey aka Church of St Peter and St Paul Bourne.

1409 Tournaments

Chronicle of Gregory 1403-1419. 1409. Ande that yere was the grette playe at Skynners Welle in London. Ande that yere there were grete justys in Smethefylde by twyne the Erle of Somersett (36) and the Synyschalle of Henowde [Hainault], and Syr John Corwayle and Syr Rycharde of Arundelle, and the sone of Syr John Chenye, and othyr Fraynysche men dede the dedys of armys there.1409 Tournaments

Death of King Henry IV Accession of Henry V

Chronicle of Gregory 1403-1419. 20 Mar 1413. Ande that same yere the kyng (45) dyde at Westemyster, the xx day of Marche, the yere of oure Lorde Ml CCCC and xij; and he ys byryde at Cauntyrbury be-syde the schryne.Death of King Henry IV Accession of Henry V

On 20 Mar 1413 Henry IV King England 1367-1413 (45) died in the Jerusalem Chamber Cheyneygates Westminster Abbey in Westminster Abbey confirming a prophesy that he would die in Jerusalem. His son Henry V King England 1386-1422 (26) succeeded V King England. His sons Henry V King England 1386-1422 (26) and Humphrey Lancaster 1st Duke Gloucester 1390-1447 (22) were present. He Henry IV King England 1367-1413 (45) was buried in the Chancel of Canterbury Cathedral.

Coronation of Henry V

Chronicle of Gregory 1403-1419. 1413. Thes ben the namys of Mayrys of London and of the Sherevys of the same for-sayde cytte in the tyme of Kyng Harry the v (26), that was crownyd the ix day of Aprylle at Westemyster, the yere of oure Lorde MlCCCC xiij. And hyt was apon Passyon Sonday, and that was a fulle wete day of rayne.Coronation of Henry V

On 09 Apr 1413 Henry V King England 1386-1422 (26) was crowned V King England by Thomas Fitzalan Archbishop York and Canterbury 1353-1414 (60) at Westminster Abbey.
Richard Beauchamp 13th Earl Warwick 1382-1439 (31) was appointed Lord High Steward. Henry Fitzhugh 3rd Baron Fitzhugh 1358-1425 (55) was appointed Lord High Constable. Coronation of Henry V

Henry V awards his brothers Dukedoms

On 16 May 1414 Henry V King England 1386-1422 (27) created Dukedoms for his two brothers:
Humphrey Lancaster 1st Duke Gloucester 1390-1447 (23) was created 1st Duke Gloucester 2C 1414, 1st Earl Pembroke 5C 1414.
John Lancaster 1st Duke Bedford 1389-1435 (24) was created 1st Duke Bedford 1C 1414, 1st Earl Richmond 6C 1414, 1st Earl Kendal 1C 1414.

Fire and Faggot Parliament

In May 1414 the Fire and Faggot Parliament at Greyfriars Priory Leicester. Walter Hungerford 1st Baron Hungerford 1378-1449 (35) was appointed Speaker of the House of Commons. It was named for the Suppression of Heresy Act which called for burning the Lollards with bundles of sticks known as faggots.