1350-1359-Winchelsea and Poitiers
29 Aug 1350 Battle of Winchelsea
On 29 Aug 1350 the English fleet defeated a Castilian fleet at Winchelsea during the Battle of Winchelsea. Around twenty Castilian ships were captured; several were sunk. For the English Edward III King England (37) and his son Edward "Black Prince" Plantagenet Prince Wales (20) , James Audley (32) , Henry Scrope 1st Baron Scrope Masham (37) , Henry of Grosmont 1st Duke Lancaster (40) and John Sully (67) fought.
1351 Statute of Labourers
In 1351 the Statute of Labourers was a futher attempt by Parliament to constraing worker's wages following the Black Death. In practice, the Statute was poorly enforced and caused considerable resentment, ultimately being one of the causes of the Peasant's Revolt.
1351 Treason Act
In 1351 the Treason Act defined Treason for the first time: High Treason and Petty Treason, and the associated penalties. Hanging, drawing an quartering for men, burning for women.
1351 Statute of Provisors
In 1351 the Statute of Provisors attempted to constrain the appointment of benefices to aliens ie non-English who are not subject to English Laws.
26 Mar 1351 Battle of the Thirty (Guillac)
On 26 Mar 1351 thirty English and thirty French knights fought in an arranged battle at Guillac known as Battle of the Thirty. Hugh Calveley fought, was captured and ransomed.
1353 Statute of Praemunire
In 1353 the Statute of Praemunire attempted to constrain the power of Rome over the sovereignty of England.
13 Jan 1356 Battle of Bordeaux
On 13 Jan 1356 Edward "Black Prince" Plantagenet Prince Wales (25) and Ralph Basset 3rd Baron Basset Drayton (21) fought at Bordeaux during the Battle of Bordeaux
20 Jan 1356 Edward Balliol surrenders his claim to be King Scotland
On 20 Jan 1356 Edward I King Scotland (73) surrendered his claim to the Scottish throne to Edward III King England (43) in the presence of William Latimer 4th Baron Latimer Corby (25) [Edward Balliol surrenders his claim to be King Scotland].
19 Sep 1356 Battle of Poitiers
On 19 Sep 1356 the army of Edward "Black Prince" Plantagenet Prince Wales (26) defeated the French and Scottish army led by John "The Good" II King France (37) at Poitiers during the Battle of Poitiers. John "The Good" II King France (37) was captured.
On 19 Sep 1356 at Battle of Poitiers the the English army included: James Audley (38) , Thomas Beauchamp 11th Earl Warwick (43) , Bartholomew "The Younger" Burghesh 2nd Baron Burghesh (27) , Reginald Cobham 1st Baron Cobham Sternborough (61) , Edward Despencer 1st Baron Despencer, 3rd Baron Burghesh (21) , Ralph Ferrers (27) , William Scrope (31) , William Montagu 2nd Earl Salisbury (28) , Walter Paveley 4th Baron Burghesh (37) , Robert Ufford 1st Earl Suffolk (58) , William Ufford 2nd Earl Suffolk (18) , John Vere 7th Earl Oxford (44) , John Willoughby 3rd Baron Willoughby Eresby (33) , Thomas Arderne (19) , Enion Sais Brecon, John Chandos (36) , Richard Pembridge (36) , Jean Grailly (25) and John Sully (73) . Hugh Courtenay 10th Earl Devon (53) protected the baggage train. [Poitiers].
On 19 Sep 1356 at Battle of Poitiers the French and Scottish army included: John "The Good" II King France (37) , Philip "Bold" Valois-Burgundy II Duke Burgundy (14) , Jean Bourbon I Count La Marche (12) , Archibald "Grim" Douglas 3rd Earl Douglas (26) , John "sans Terre" Artois 1st Count Eu (35) all captured. Guichard Angle 1st Earl Huntingdon and William Douglas 1st Earl Douglas (33) fought. Peter Bourbon Duke Bourbon (45) was killed. [Poitiers].
15 Dec 1357 34th Parliament Edward III
On 15 Dec 1357 Gerard Lisle 1st Baron Lisle (53) was created 1st Baron Lisle of Kingston Lisle in Oxfordshire (3C 1357) during the 34th Parliament Edward III
a 10 Jul 1359 Funeral of William Greystoke (St Andrew's Church)
After 10 Jul 1539 William Greystoke 2nd Baron Greystoke was buried at St Andrew's Church during the Funeral of William Greystoke conducted by Gilbert Welton Bishop Carlisle and attended by Roger Clifford 5th Baron Clifford, Henry Scrope 1st Baron Scrope Masham and Thomas Musgrave 1st Baron Musgrave.