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Richard's Rebels (under construction)

"The actions of men are the best interpreters of their thoughts." -- John Locke

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John Alsey, leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

Ralph Arundel
, one of the leading rebels included in Lord Scrope's indictment at Bodmin, November 13, 1483.


Thomas Arundel of Lanherne in Cornwall, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483...He served the Crown in the southwest.  Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

He was a member of the commission against Henry Bodrugan, a West Country pirate, in 1474.  Other members were Thomas St. Leger, Robert Willoughby, Thomas Arundel, and Edward Courtenay. 

Thomas Audley, esquire, lost his south and midlands commissions.  A leading rebel in Dorset, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

John Avery, yeoman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

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John Bale
, leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

Willian Brampton
, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

William Baskett, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

Geoffrey Beauchamp, one of the leading rebels included in Lord Scrope's indictment at Bodmin, November 13, 1483.

Richard Beauchamp, Lord St. Amand, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483...Roger Tocotes' stepson.

Margaret Beaufort, countess of Richmond, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484, Third Act.  "Mother to the King's great rebel and traitor.  She wrote to Henry, telling him to come and make war. She gave great sums of money in London and elsewhere for treason, conspired to destroy the King and assisted Buckingham."  She was given into the care of her husband, Thomas Stanley.
 

William Berkeley, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483...He had been constable of Southampton and Winchester.  He had hosted Margaret of York when she visited England in 1480.  He was suspected of collusion with Southampton mayor Walter Mitchell and his kinsman Edward was a town official.  Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

John Bevyan, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

James Blount, constable of the Hammes garrison, was the scion of a Yorkist family who had served Edward IV and had fought for him to regain his crown.

He was the warden of John de Vere, the earl of Oxford, an recalcitrant Lancastrian who had been imprisoned in the Hammes garrison on Edward IV's orders since 1475.  On October 29, 1484, Richard III ordered Oxford's return, having heard of a plot to rescue him.  However, James Blount and John Fortescue, porter of Calais, defected to Henry Tudor, taking Oxford with them.  In December, Lord Dynham, governor of Calais, attacked Hammes and captured it, holding several as prisoners, including Blount's wife.  In January, 1485, Oxford and others returned to Hammes to rescue them.  In a truce, the Calais force allowed the disaffected to leave.  They joined Henry Tudor. 

William Bolter, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483...

James Bonythen, esquire, leading rebel in Cornwall, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

John Bourchier joined Henry Tudor in exile.

Thomas Bourchier of Barnes, knight of the Body, a younger son of Lord Berners.  Constable of Windsor Castle.  A scion of a staunch Yorkist family.  A leading rebel in Somerset, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

John Boutayne, yeoman of the Crown, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483....

He went sent to Kent by John Howard, the Duke of Norfolk and Richard III's strongest supporter, to quell the uprisings.  However, during the riot at Gravesend fair on October 13, 1483, he killed "Mr. Mowbray."

Robert Bowden, yeoman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

Thomas Brandon joined Henry Tudor in exile.

William Brandon, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483.  A leading rebel in Norfolk, Suffolk, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484. Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

William Brandon refused to relinquish his Essex estate to Thomas Tyrell in mid-December 1483.  A riot ensued as 300 men threatened to burn him out.  Brandon was ejected by his enemy Thomas Bruin with a large posse. 

Robert Brent, leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

Robert Brewes
, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483....

Anthony Brown, leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

George Brown
of Betchworth in Surrey, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483....Brown's father Thomas had been killed by Warwick in 1460, but George entered Yorkist service, probably under the influence of his father-in-law Thomas Vaughan.  Brown was sheriff of Kent in 1480-1 and a regular commissioner of the county.  He was MP for Guilford in 1472 and for Surrey in 1478, and carried the flag of St. George at Edward IV's funeral.  Beheaded by Richard III on December 4, 1483.

On October 18, 1483, Fogge, Brown, the Gaynesfords, the Guildfords, Thomas Lewkenor, Richard Haute, and others assembled at Maidstone.  Richard III's men were scouring the area, and they were forced to disperse, meeting again at Penedon Heath.  They reached Gravesend by way of Rochester on October 22, harrassed by Lord Cobham and the earl of Surrey all the way, until a number of them under Lewkenor took refuge in Bodiam Castle, Sussex.

Thomas Brown, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

Robert Burnaby, one of the leading rebels included in Lord Scrope's indictment at Torrington, November 1483.

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Stephen Calmady
, His vessel was confiscated by Sir Henry Bodragan on November 24, 1484 because he had been aiding the rebels.  A leading rebel in Cornwall, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

Robert Canon, yeoman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

William Case, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

John Champney, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

Humphrey Cheney, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483...Brother of the John Cheney.  Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

John Cheney, esquire of the body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483...Known as the Great Rebel of Wiltshire, he had been Edward IV's Master of Horse.  He was involved against Richard III as early as July 1483.  Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

Robert Cheney, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.  Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

William Cheney, leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

John Cheverell
, esquire, leading rebel in Dorset, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

Willian Chilson
, one of the leading rebels included in Lord Scrope's indictment at Torrington, November 1483.

William Clifford, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483....Beheaded by Richard III on December 4, 1483.

Walter Cole
, yeoman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

William Collyngbourne, a sergeant of pantry to Edward IV and a member of the household of Cecily Neville, the Duchess of York and mother of Edward IV and Richard III.  In July 1484, conspired with others to send Tom Yate to Brittany with an invitation for Henry Tudor to invade England.  Also, famous for the rhyme, "The Cat, the Rat, and Lovell our Dog, ruleth all England under the Hog."  Captured and suffered drawing and quartering in October 1484.

Edward Courtenay, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483...He was the disinherited heir of the Earl of Devon.  Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

Peter Courtenay, bishop of Exeter, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484, Second Act.  Although he had supported Henry VI's readeption, he later served Edward IV as his secretary and councilor, and had been awarded the bishopric in 1478.  He had also served in other secular capacities.  Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

Walter Courtenay, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483.

John Crocker, knight, one of the leading rebels included in Lord Scrope's indictment at Torrington, November 1483.

Richard Cruse, yeoman of the Crown, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483.

Alexander Culpepper, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483....

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John Darell
, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483....He was Richard Guildford's first cousin.

Giles Daubenay of Barrington and South Petherton in Somerset, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483...He had been sheriff of Somerset, Dorset, and Devon and had been constable of Bridgwater.  Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

Thomas Delamare, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

Remfry Densell, one of the leading rebels included in Lord Scrope's indictment at Bodmin, November 13, 1483.

John Donne, knight, leading rebel in Buckinghamshire-Bedfordshire, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

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Richard Edgecombe
, leading rebel in Devon, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484. Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

Richard Enderby, knight, leading rebel in Buckinghamshire-Bedfordshire, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

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John Fesaunt
, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

Thomas Fiennes of Herstmonceuz in Sussex, equire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483....He was the second son of Richard Fiennes, Lord Dacre of the South, chamberlain to Queen Elizabeth Woodville.  Thomas was also esquire of the Body to Edward IV and was sheriff of Surrey and Sussex in 1480-1.

Richard Fissher, yeoman of the Crown, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483....

John Fogge of Ashford in Kent, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483....Fogge was a wealthy man.  He had been one of Edward IV's longest serving followers, having joined the Yorkists in 1460.  He served as one of Prince Edward's councillors since 1473 and had been active in the administration of the Prince's lands, especially in the duchy of Cornwall.  His first wife was Alice Haute who died around 1462. 

John Fogge and Nicholas Gaynesford were hunting companions of Edward IV and received Christmas presents from him.  Fogge and Thomas St. Leger spearheaded household resistance to Warwick in 1469 and 1470 and went into exile with Edward IV.  Fogge investigated Fauconberg's revolt for the Crown in 1471. 

John Forde, yeoman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

John Fortesque, knight, joined Henry Tudor in exile.  

Richard Fox
joined Henry Tudor in exile. 

William Frost
, yeoman of the Crown, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483.

Thomas Fulford, knight, one of the leading rebels included in Lord Scrope's indictment at Torrington, November 1483.

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John Gaynesford
, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483....Son of Nicholas.  Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

Nicholas Gaynesford of Carshalton in Surrey, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483....He had been the first Yorkist sheriff in that county and had served in the King's chamber before transferring into the Queen's household in 1475.  The King and Queen stayed at his house on hunting trips and he kept a special stock of wine there for these occasions.  Joined Henry Tudor in exile.  

Stephen Gerard, leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

Thomas Greenfield
, one of the leading rebels included in Lord Scrope's indictment at Torrington, November 1483.

Thomas Grey, marquis of Dorset, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483...He was the eldest son of Elizabeth Woodville by her first husband John Grey.  He and his young son Thomas joined Henry Tudor in exile. Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

Thomas Grey, the young son of the marquis of Dorset, joined Henry Tudor in exile.

John Guildford, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483...He and his son Richard married into the Pympe family.  Richard married Anne Pympe, sister of John Pympe who was also involved in the October 1483 Rebellion, and John Guildford married their mother Phillippa. 

Richard Guildford, equire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483...He and his father John married into the Pympe family.  Richard married Anne Pympe, sister of John Pympe who was also involved in the October 1483 Rebellion, and his father married their mother Phillippa.  John Darell of Calehill was Richard's first cousin.

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William Hall
, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

John Halwell, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483.

Edmund Hamden, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

John Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt in Oxfordshire, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483...He had been George of Clarence's receiver in the southwest.  He was a brother-in-law of Sir William and John Norris.

Richard Haute, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483...Cousin of Queen Elizabeth Woodville.

William Haute, a ringleader in the Kentish rising.  Through his mother he was a first cousin of Elizabeth Woodville.  His brother was Richard Haute, who is often listed as having been executed by Richard at Pontefract on June 25, 1483, along with Anthony Woodville, Richard Grey, and Thomas Vaughan.  William had been associated with young Richard of York's household and had been prominent in the Woodville-dominated wedding celebrations of little Richard and Anne Mowbray in January 1478.  He was appointed constable of Swansea and steward of the Gower lordship acquired by little Richard thorugh his wife.  A leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

John Heron, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

John Higgons, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

William Hody, gentleman, leading rebel in Somerset, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

John Hoo
, yeoman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483.

James Horne, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483.

Walter Hungerford of Heytesbury in Wiltshire, esquire of the Body...His father had been executed by the Yorkists after the battle of Hexham in 1464.  His brother Thomas had been beheaded for treason in Salisbury in 1469.  He stayed out of affairs in 1470-1, but served Edward IV afterwards.  He had been lieutenant of Dover, sheriff of Wiltshire in 1478-9 and MP for Wiltshire in 1478.  He was one of the esquires who carried Edward IV's corpse to Westminster Abbey. 

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John Isley, leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

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Roger Kelsale
, yeoman of the Crown, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

Anthony Kene, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483.

William Knight, yeoman of the Crown, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

John Knowles, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

William Knyvet, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Rising at Brecon, October 18, 1483.

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Thomas Lewkenor
, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483.

Nicholas Latimer, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483...He was a former Lancastrian who had served George of Clarence and rebelled with him in 1469-70.  He sat in Parliament as a knight of the shire of Dorset in 1472-5.

Richard Latimer, leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

Richard Long, yeoman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483.

Roger Long, leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

William Loveday
, yeoman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483.  A leading rebel in Norfolk, Suffolk, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

Thomas Lovell, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483...He later became speaker of the House in Henry VII's first Parliament.

Hugh Lutterell, knight, one of the leading rebels included in Lord Scrope's indictment at Torrington, November 1483.

Thomas Lynde, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

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John Melbourne
, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

Walter Mitchell
, mayor of Southampton, was accused of collusion with William Berkeley.

Evan Morgan joined Henry Tudor in exile.

John Morton, bishop of Ely, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Rising at Brecon, October 18, 1483, also attainted in the Second Act.

John Morton, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483.

Richard Morton, gentleman, leading rebel in Dorset, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

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Thomas Nandick
, "necromancer, late of Cambridge," attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Rising at Brecon, October 18, 1483

Richard Nanfan
, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483...He was sheriff of Cornwall in 1479-80.

John Norris, one of the leading rebels included in Lord Scrope's indictment at Torrington, November 1483.

William Norris of Yattendon, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483...He had been George of Clarence's steward of Caversham and became knight of the body to Edward IV in 1474.

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William Overay
, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

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Amyas Paulet
, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

Richard Potter, yeoman of the Crown, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483.

Edward Poynings, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483...He became Henry VII's future deputy in Ireland.  He was the step-son of George Brown. Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

John Pympe of Nettlestead in Kent, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483...He was a ward of Humphrey Stafford, 1st Duke of Buckingham, and then of his duchess.  Through his mother Phillippa St. Leger, he had ties to Sir Thomas St. Leger and the Marquis of Dorset, and through his wife Elizabeth Cheney, with the prominent Wiltshire rebel Sir John Cheney.

Reginald Pympe, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483.

Thomas Pyne, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483.

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Thomas Rameney
, carried messages between the English rebels and Henry Tudor.  Beheaded by Richard III in Exeter on November 13, 1483.

Walter Robard
, of Cranbrooke, Kent, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, Fourth Act.  "Having levied war at Maidstone and harbored John Guildford and other traitors on February 10.

John Rosogan, one of the leading rebels included in Lord Scrope's indictment at Bodmin, November 13, 1483.

John Rushe, merchant, "late of London," attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Rising at Brecon, October 18, 1483.

Thomas Ryder
, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483.

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Bartholomew St. Leger
, one of the leading rebels included in Lord Scrope's indictment at Torrington, November 1483.

Thomas St. Leger, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483...He had served Edward IV as controller of the mint and master of the King's harthounds.  Around 1472, he married Anne Plantagenet, the oldest sister of Edward IV and Richard III.  Therefore, he was Richard III's brother-in-law!  Beheaded by Richard III in Exeter on November 13, 1483.

He and John Fogge spearheaded the household resistance to Warwick and his rebels in 1469-70 and went into exile with Edward IV in 1470.

John St. Lo, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483...He had been one of George of Clarence's fee'd retainers.

John Shirwell, yeoman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

Michael Skilling, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

Henry Stafford, duke of Buckingham, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Rising at Brecon, October 18, 1483.

William Stoner of Oxfordshire, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.  MP for Oxfordshire in 1478, a former knight of the Body and a friend of Elizabeth Woodville. 

William Strode, yeoman of the Crown, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483.

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Roger Tocotes
of Bromham in Wiltshire, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.  He had been a steward of George of Clarence's land and had rebelled with him in 1470.

John Treffry, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483.

William Treffry, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483.

John Trenchard
, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

John Trevelyan, gentleman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483.

Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Rising at Brecon, October 18, 1483.

Jasper Tudor, Earl of Pembroke, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Rising at Brecon, October 18, 1483

William Twynyho, esquire, leading rebel in Dorset, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

William Tyler, leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

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William Uvedale
, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

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John de Vere, earl of Oxford, joined Henry Tudor in exile.

He was an recalcitrant Lancastrian, one of the few who refused to make his peace with the House of York.  In 1475, Edward IV felt compelled to imprison him at the Hannes garrison in France under the wardship of James Blount, constable.  On October 29, 1484, Richard III ordered his return, having heard of a plot to rescue him.  However, James Blount and John Fortescue, porter of Calais, defected to Henry Tudor, taking Oxford with them.  In December, Lord Dynham, governor of Calais, attacked Hammes and captured it, holding several as prisoners, including Blount's wife.  In January, 1485, Oxford and others returned to Hammes to rescue them.  In a truce, the Calais force allowed the disaffected to leave.  They joined Henry Tudor. 

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John Waller
, esquire, leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

John Watts
, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

John Welles, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483. Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

Robert Willoughby of Broke in Wiltshire, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Exeter, October 18, 1483.  He had been a local administrator since 1470.  Sheriff of Cornwall from 1478-9, and Devon 1480-1.  His father John had been a royal servant in Somerset and Wiltshire.  Joined Henry Tudor in exile.

John Wingfield
, esquire of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings in Kent and Surrey, at Maidstone, Gravesend, Guildford, and elsewhere between October 18 and October 25, 1483, listed but avoided attainder. 

John Wingfield the younger, A leading rebel in Kent, according to royal indictments, November 1483-1484.

Walter Williams, merchant, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

Edward Woodville, the brother of Elizabeth Woodville, joined Henry Tudor in exile.
 
Lionel Woodville
, bishop of Salisbury, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484, Second Act.  He was the brother of Elizabeth Woodville.  He joined Henry Tudor in exile and died there in 1484.  His tomb is in Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire.

Richard Woodville
, knight of the Body, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Newbury, Berkshire, and elsewhere October 18, 1483...He was the brother of Elizabeth Woodville.

James Worsley, yeoman, attainted in Richard III's Parliament, January 1484 for the Risings at Salisbury, and elsewhere October 18, 1483.

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Thomas Yate
was the man whom Collyngbourne and others conspired to send to Brittany in 1484 with an invitation for Henry Tudor to invade England. 

Sources:  Charles Ross, Richard III; Louise Gill, Richard III and Buckingham's Rebellion; Rosemary Horrox, Richard III; a study in service

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