Henry V and Richard Courtenay

As promised to Elin Gregory, scans of the recent Daily Telegraph article casting new light on everyone’s favourite action man king. I can send people the originals if these aren’t too legible.

TG scan 1 001

TG scan 2 001

4 thoughts on “Henry V and Richard Courtenay”

  1. What fine chaps he and his ancestors sound. He almost displaces Nicholas Ashley-Cooper as my favourite current earl (but only almost).

    I particularly love the last paragraph of that article.

      1. It’s not a particularly common surname, and I associate it historically with the Earls of Shaftsbury and not a lot else.

        Made roast dinner for my parents (shank of venison) all by myself today.

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