Unit 5: Perkin Warbeck,Yorkshire Rebellion, Cornish Rebellion, Suffolk/White Rose Rebellion

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What years was Perkin Warbeck active?
1489-1499 (10 years)
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Was Perkin Warbeck supported by Ireland?
No, he fled to France in 1492 when Henry sent a small army. When PW tried to return in 1495 he was turned away. 1497: Returned but Earl of Kildare supported Henry.
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What was Henry's response to PW in Burgundy?
He placed an embargo on Burgundy in 1493
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When and why did HRE support PW?
1494: HRE betrayed by Etaples, he recognised PW but Max didn't have enough to support Warbeck in the field.
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When did PW invade England and where from?
1495: From the Netherlands. Henry warned by Sir Robert Clifford; supported or Warbeck.
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Why was PW dangerous in Scotland?
Married cousin of James IV Catherine Gordon. Border raids (though they lacked support)
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What was PW involvement in the Cornish Rebellion?
Failed to get enough support, Henry warned and sent Sir Giles Daubenay.
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What did Henry do after PW handed himself in?
Lenient: remain with his wife at court.
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When did PW try to escape?
1498: Sent to tower of London. Plotted with Edward, Earl of Warwick. Both caught and executed in 1499.
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When was the Yorkshire Rebellion
1489
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Causes of the Yorkshire Rebellion
-Raised taxes to defend Brittany -People thought they paid enough in tax
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Events of the Yorkshire Rebellion
-Earl of Northumberland murdered -Sent army North -John á Chambre executed. -Sir John Egremont new leader: fled to Burgundy.
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Consequences of the Yorkshire Rebellion
-Henry couldn't raise taxes in North -Learnt to be cautious with war
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When was the Cornish Rebellion
1496/97
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Causes of the Cornish Rebellion
-Raising of taxes to fund war in Scotland
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Events of the Cornish Rebellion
-Perkin Warbeck joined -15k joined in total -Stopped at 'Blackheath' London -Giles Daubenay sent to crush rebellion
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Who led the Cornish Rebellion
-James Baron Audley and Thomas Flamank
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Consequences of the Cornish Rebellion
-Daubenay fined for stalling -Families in South and West country fined for letting rebels through
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Consequences of the rebellions
-Henry knew not everyone would fight for him/support a war -Be cautious in foreign policy -Politically insecure
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When was the Suffolk/White Rose rebellion?
1506
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Causes of the Suffolk/White Rose rebellion
-Fined £5000 for Earl of Lincoln's involvement at Stoke -£5k to inherit some of Father's land
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Events of the Suffolk/White Rose rebellion
-Fled in 1499 -Henry sent envoys and Suffolk returned -Fled in 1501 -Henry gave Maximilian £10k -Philip washed ashore, extracted £138k
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Consequences of the Suffolk/White Rose rebellion
-Arrests: Sir William Courtenay (royal blood), William de la pole
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Was Perkin Warbeck supported by Ireland?

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No, he fled to France in 1492 when Henry sent a small army. When PW tried to return in 1495 he was turned away. 1497: Returned but Earl of Kildare supported Henry.

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What was Henry's response to PW in Burgundy?

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When and why did HRE support PW?

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When did PW invade England and where from?

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