Henry VII Rebellions

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When was Lovell's rebellion?
1486
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What were the causes of the Lovell rebellion ?
Overthrow Henry and replace with unspecified Yorkist dominance -- Led by Lovell and Stafford who were noblemen who fought for Richard at the Battle of Bosworth. Lovell had been attained.
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What were the events?
Discovered Henry was travelling north to York, they broke their sanctuary.
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What were the weaknesses?
Low numbers -- Low level of threat -- Little traction due to their being no pretender -- Henry pardoned all rebels apart from Lovell.
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Significance?
Entirely unsuccessful --Henry stayed as king-- Not much support -- The first one so has capacity to influence other ones like it
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When was the welsh rebellion?
1486
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What were the causes?
Thomas Vaughn was a yorkist with a desire to kill Henry
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Why did it fail?
Put down by Rhys Ap Thomas
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Significance?
Yes- Captured brecon castle
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