What is called matriarchy is simply moral anarchy, in which the mother alone remains fixed because all the fathers are fugitive and irresponsible. — G. K. Chesterton

Duke of York

(Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York)

1411–1460
Civilization: British — England
   Field of Renown:  military — Duke
Era:  Plantagenet

Aspirant to the throne in the early years of War of the Roses. Killed in action with eldest son.

Other Resources


Story Links
Book Links
Anxiety and Trouble in  Margaret of Anjou  by  Jacob Abbott
Margaret Triumphant in  Margaret of Anjou  by  Jacob Abbott
Richard's Mother  in  Richard III  by  Jacob Abbott
Two Roses  in  Stories From English History, Part Second  by  Alfred J. Church
Henry VI of Windsor—The Red Rose and the White in  Our Island Story  by  H. E. Marshall