Establishing royal authority in the Welsh Marches in 1460

(Photograph of Wigmore Castle, Herefordshire) On the night of 12 October 1460, the Yorkist lords abandoned their army, encamped at Ludford Bridge a short distance from Ludlow, and took flight. They eventually reached safety overseas, but their followers were forced to submit to the royalists led in person by Henry VI. The king subsequently issuedContinue reading “Establishing royal authority in the Welsh Marches in 1460”