Category Archives: John Dudley

John Dudley Interview No. 2

I am happy to say that I was interviewed by Carole P. Roman, bestselling author of children’s books, about John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland (and about writing on him) on her website: Please go here … Merken Merken Merken

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Books, Dudley-Related (1)

I thought that I could mention a couple of recent books that are of particular interest when studying John and Robert Dudley. One such, and it is hot off the press, is Steven Gunn’s academic study about the “new men” … Continue reading

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John Dudley at The Anne Boleyn Files

I am happy and feel very honoured that you can now read about John Dudley and his many friends (he really had a lot) at the amazing The Anne Boleyn Files! Please go here …

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John Dudley Interview

I feel very honoured to have been interviewed about John Dudley: The Life of Lady Jane Grey’s Father-in-Law by the Lady Jane Grey Reference Guide, a Lady Jane institution! Please go here …

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John Dudley on Kindle

I am happy to say that my biography John Dudley: The Life of Lady Jane Grey’s Father-in-Law is now available on Kindle worldwide, amazon.com amazon.co.uk as well as in paperback. Thank you anyway! … Three days later, Edward wrote in … Continue reading

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John Dudley Book

I am very happy to say that John Dudley: The Life of Lady Jane Grey’s Father-in-Law is now available from amazon and amazon marketplace. Thank you, all! amazon.co.uk amazon.com The book is in paperback and has 270 pages, and it … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: John Dudley Book

I am happy to say that I am almost finished with writing my biography of John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, Robert Dudley’s somewhat notorious father. John Dudley: The Life of Lady Jane Grey’s Father-in-Law will be available from amazon in … Continue reading

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“I Can Saye No More”: John Dudley’s Farewell Speech to the Council

In the morning of 14 July 1553 the streets of London were bustling with preparations for an armed response to the Lady Mary’s challenge against the newly proclaimed queen, Jane. Jane’s father-in-law, the Duke of Northumberland, had been appointed (by … Continue reading

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A Grand Conspiracy in 1553? – Grants

Money is probably the best evidence for a conspiracy in 1553. The “cash flow” does not only tell us that there was a plot, but also when it took place. In May, but mostly in June 1553, a lot of … Continue reading

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A Grand Conspiracy in 1553? – Foreign Affairs

On 13 March 1553 the English privy council busied itself with granting a licence for the export of 200,000 pairs of old shoes.1 On 27 June 1553 the members of the same council swore themselves to secrecy about their forthcoming … Continue reading

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