Christopher Talbot (1419 - 1443)
10 Aug 1443
Caus Castle, Westbury, Shropshire, England
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Christopher Talbot was born about 1419, a son of
John Talbot and his first wife, Maud Neville.
18 December 1442 he was granted for life an annual rent of 19 marks from the rents and farms of Edenstowe in Nottinghamshire.
He was killed, a lance through his heart, by
Sir Griffith Vaughan on 10 August 1443 at Caus Castle in Shropshire,  the exact circumstamces being as yet unknown.
It was once believed that he fell with his brother, John, at the Battle of Northampton in 1460.
↑ Wikipedia: John Talbot, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury. his father
↑ Calendar of the patent rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, prepared ... Page 136
↑ Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: Vaughan, Sir Gruffudd, fychan (d. 1447)
↑ Calendar of the patent rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, prepared ... Page 398 ↑ Some corrections and additions to the Complete Peerage: Volume 11: Shrewsbury
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