Person    | Male  Born 1467  Died 30/6/1537

Thomas Darcy, Lord Darcey of Templehurst

Thomas Darcy, Lord Darcey of Templehurst

Known as Lord Darcy de Darcy or Darcy of Templehurst or Temple Hirst. Early success as a soldier, and then at court but his involvement in Aske's rebellion, known as the 'Pilgrimage of Grace', led to arrest and decapitation at Tower Hill. 

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Thomas Darcy, Lord Darcey of Templehurst

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Tower Hill Martyrs - list

{5 plaques, in total listing 27 names, each with their year of death, the fir...

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National Maritime Museum

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One of a trio of Greenwich museums, the others being the Royal Observatory and the Queen's House.

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