|Birth: ||Oct. 16, 1396|
|Death: ||May 2, 1450|
The Englishman who surrended to Joan of Arc at Jargeau in 1431. Henry V made him Admiral of Normandy and he served in France for fourteen years, returning only after his surrender.
William de la Pole, First Duke of Suffolk, First Marquess of Suffolk, Fourth Earl of Suffolk, was born on Oct. 16, 1396, at Cotton, Suffolk, to Michael de la Pole and Katherine de Stafford, and was beheaded on May 2, 1450, at sea. He married Alice Chaucer (her third) on Nov. 11, 1430. Children with Alice: Anne and John. William had an illegitimate daughter, Joan/Jane de la Pole by a nun, Malyne de Cay, on March of 1430. Joan married Thomas Stoner, and died in 1494. 9additional bio by Janet de la Peņa)
Michael De La Pole (1367 - 1415)
Catherine De Stafford De La Pole (1376 - 1419)
Alice Chaucer de la Pole (1404 - 1475)*
John De la Pole (1442 - 1492)*
St Andrew Churchyard
Created by: julia&keld
Record added: Feb 16, 2007
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