1425-1449-Loire Campaign, Joan of Arc

12 Oct 1428 Siege of Orleans

On 12 Oct 1428 the Siege of Orleans commenced at Orleans. During the course of the siege Thomas Montagu 1st Count Perche, 4th Earl Salisbury (40) and Jean Poton Xaintrailles were wounded. William "Jackanapes" Pole 1st Duke Suffolk (31) commanded the English forces durign some of the siege.

12 Feb 1429 Battle of the Herrings (Rouvray)

On 12 Feb 1429 John Fastolf was at Rouvray leading a supply train of some 300 carts of crossbows, cannons, etc and also barrels of herrings to Orleans. A force of 400 strong Scottish cavalry led by Charles Bourbon I Duke Bourbon and John Stewart 1st Count Évreux (49) attacked the supply train and were destroyed by English archers protected by supply wagons. John Stewart 1st Count Évreux (49) was killed. [Battle of the Herrings]

08 Mar 1429 Joan of Arc meet Charles VII at Chinon (Chinon Castle)

08 Mar 1429 Joan Arc met with Charles "Victorious" VII King France at Chinon Castle. [Joan of Arc meet Charles VII at Chinon]

08 May 1429 Relief of Orleans

In 1429 William "Jackanapes" Pole 1st Duke Suffolk (32) commanded at Orleans during the Relief of Orleans

08 May 1429 Joan Arc relieved the Siege of Orleans. [Relief of Orleans]

11 May 1429 Joan of Arc meet Charles VII at Loches (Royal Lodge)

On 11 May 1429 following her success at Orleans Joan Arc met Charles "Victorious" VII King France at the Royal Lodge where she persuaded him to be crowned at Reims Cathedral. [Joan of Arc meet Charles VII at Loches]

11 Jun 1429 Battle of Jargeau

On 11 Jun 1429 Joan Arc and Jean Poton Xaintrailles fought at Jargeau during the Battle of Jargeau. Alexander Pole was killed. William "Jackanapes" Pole 1st Duke Suffolk (32) surrendered.

15 Jun 1429 Battle of Meung-sur-Loire

On 15 Jun 1429 Joan Arc and Jean Poton Xaintrailles fought at Meung-sur-Loire during the Battle of Meung-sur-Loire capturing the bridge over the Loire.

17 Jun 1429 Battle of Beaugency (Loiret)

On 17 Jun 1429 Joan Arc and Jean Poton Xaintrailles fought at Loiret during the Battle of Beaugency

18 Jun 1429 Battle of Patay

On 18 Jun 1429 the Battle of Patay was the final engagement of the Lorice Campaign of the Hundred Years War. The Frenh forces commanded by Joan Arc, Étienne Vignolles and Jean Poton Xaintrailles defeated an English force of 5000. The English lost around 2000 men with Thomas Scales 7th Baron Scales (32) , Thomas Rempston, and John "Old Talbot" Talbot 1st Earl Shrewsbury, and 1st Earl Waterford (46) being captured. John Fastolf fought.

17 Jul 1429 Coronation of Charles VII (Reims Cathedral)

08 Mar 1429 Charles "Victorious" VII King France was crowned at Reims Cathedral with Joan Arc present. [Coronation of Charles VII]

06 Nov 1429 English Coronation of Henry VI (Westminster Abbey)

On 06 Nov 1429 Henry VI King England, II King France (7) was crowned VI King England: Plantagenet Lancaster by Cardinal Henry Beaufort (54) at Westminster Abbey. Henry Beauchamp 1st Duke Warwick (4) carried the child King. John Mowbray 3rd Duke Norfolk (14) attended. John Beaumont 1st Viscount Beaumont was knighted. [English Coronation of Henry VI]

1430 Siege of Compiègne

On 23 May 1430 Joan Arc was captured during the Siege of Compiègne. John Luxembourg II Count Ligny commanded the rearguard. Philip "Good" Valois-Burgundy III Duke Burgundy fought.

09 Jan 1431 Trial of Joan of Arc (Rouen Castle)

On 09 Jan 1431 Joan Arc was tried at Rouen Castle. John Lancaster 1st Duke Bedford (41) and Henry Beauchamp 1st Duke Warwick (5) were present. [Trial of Joan of Arc]

30 May 1431 Execution of Joan of Arc (Old Market Place)

On 30 May 1431 Joan Arc was burned at the stake witnessed by Cardinal Henry Beaufort (56) at Old Market Place. [Execution of Joan of Arc]

Around Oct 1431 Siege of Louviers

On 03 Oct 1431 Thomas Beaufort Count Perche (26) killed at Louviers during the Siege of Louviers. [Siege of Louviers

16 Dec 1431 French Coronation of Henry VI (Notre Dame de Paris)

On 16 Dec 1431 Henry VI King England, II King France (10) was crowned II King France: Lancaster at Notre Dame de Paris. Walter Hungerford 1st Baron Hungerford (53) was appointed Carver. Thomas Harrington (31) , Hugh Courtenay 12th Earl Devon (42) and Thomas Courtenay 13th Earl Devon (17) attended. [French Coronation of Henry VI]