15th century in Wales

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Other events of the century

This article is about the particular significance of the century 1401 - 1500 to Wales and its people.

Princes of Wales[edit]

Princesses of Wales[edit]

Events[edit]

1401

1402

1403

1404

1405

1406

1407

1408

1409

  • Harlech Castle is captured by Henry of Monmouth. Margaret Hanmer (Glyndŵr's wife), her children and grandchildren are taken prisoner. As far as is known, most of them later die in captivity.

1410

1411

1412

1415

1417

1418

1419

1420

1421

1425

1426

1437

1450

1452

1455

1456

1457

1460

1461

1467

1468

1469

1470

1471

1472

1473

1478

1483

1485

1486

1488

1489

1490

1495

1496

1498

  • An insurrection breaks out in Meirionydd in north Wales; the rebels capture Harlech Castle. The revolt is the last of the medieval era in Wales.

Works[edit]

1450s

  • Reginald Pecock - Represser of over-much weeting [blaming] of the Clergie

1460s-1480s

Births[edit]

1430

1431

1451

1457

  • 28 January - Henry Tudor, later King Henry VII of England, born two months after the death of his father (d. 1509)

1470

1478

1485

1486

1491

Deaths[edit]

1410

1415

1422

1430

1435

1437

1445

1446

1460

1461

1467

1469

1471

1483

1484

1485

1492

1496

1500

  • 1 October - John Alcock, Tudor supporter and Lord President of the Council of Wales and the Marches

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Sir John Edward Lloyd. "DAFYDD GAM (d. 1415 ), Welsh warrior". Dictionary of Welsh Biography. National Library of Wales. Retrieved 29 April 2018. 
  3. ^ Terry Breverton (15 July 2017). Owen Tudor: Founding Father of the Tudor Dynasty. Amberley Publishing. pp. 76–. ISBN 978-1-4456-5419-5. 
  4. ^ Fryde et al. 1986, Handbook of British Chronology, p. 279.
  5. ^ Harris, G. L. (January 2008). "Eleanor , duchess of Gloucester (c.1400–1452)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online ed.). Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/5742. 
  6. ^ Cannon, John (1997). The Oxford Companion to British History. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. p. 454. ISBN 978-0-19-866176-4. 
  7. ^ l Previous Princes. Prince of Wales official website. Retrieved on 15 July 2013.
  8. ^ David Powel, Historie of Cambria, p389
  9. ^ *Kendall, Paul Murray (1955). Richard the Third. Allen & Urwin. ISBN 0-04-942048-8. 
  10. ^ Blackwall, Anthony (1985). Historic Bridges of Shropshire. Shrewsbury: Shropshire Libraries. ISBN 0-903802-31-7.