13 Oct 1399 Westminster Abbey: Coronation of Henry IV

Henry of Monmouth V King England [13] carried the sword Curtana

Henry of Bolingbroke IV King England [32] crowned IV King England: Plantagenet Lancaster

Thomas Fitzalan Archbishop York, Archbishop Canterbury [46] presided

Richard Scrope Archbishop York [49] attended

Robert Braybrooke Bishop London carried the sacraments and said mass

John Beaufort 1st Marquess Dorset, 1st Marquess Somerset [26] carried a sword wrapped in red and bound with golden straps symbolising twofold mercy

Thomas Percy 1st Earl Worcester [56] carried the Steward's baton

Henry Percy 1st Earl Northumberland [58] carried the Lancaster sword

Edmund 5th Earl Stafford [21] appointed Knight of the Bath

Thomas Beauchamp 12th Earl Warwick [61] carried a sword wrapped in red and bound with golden straps symbolising twofold mercy

Thomas Erpingham Lord Chamberlain of the Household [44] carried the Sword

Jan 1400 Epiphany Rising

17 Dec 1399 Abbey House: Meeting of the Conspirators

John Holland 1st Duke Exeter [47] attended

Thomas Holland 1st Duke Surrey [25] attended

Edward of Norwich York 1st Duke Aumale, 2nd Duke York [26] attended

John Montagu 3rd Earl Salisbury [49] attended

Thomas Despencer 1st Earl Gloucester [26] attended

Ralph 1st Baron Lumley [39] attended

Bernard Brocas [45] attended

Thomas Blount [47] attended

Jan 1400 Executions

07 Jan 1400 Executions: Cirencester

Thomas Holland 1st Duke Surrey [26] beheaded

Ralph 1st Baron Lumley [40] beheaded

12 Jan 1400 Green Ditch (Oxford): Executions: Oxford

Thomas Erpingham Lord Chamberlain of the Household [45] directed

Thomas Blount [48] hung, drawn and quartered

13 Jan 1400 Executions: Bristol

Thomas Despencer 1st Earl Gloucester [27] beheaded

16 Jan 1400 Pleshy Castle: Executions: Pleshy

John Holland 1st Duke Exeter [48] executed

05 Feb 1400 Tyburn: Executions: London

Bernard Brocas [46] beheaded at Tower Green

22 Jun 1402 Knighton: Battle of Bryn Glas

Edmund Mortimer [26] captured

14 Sep 1402 Battle of Homildon Hill

Scotland

Archibald Black Douglas 1st Duke Touraine [30] wounded

Henry Sinclair 2nd Earl Orkney [27] captured

William Stewart died

William Stewart died

21 Jul 1403 Battlefield (Shrewsbury): Battle of Shrewsbury

Henry "Hotspur" rebelled against King Henry IV for a number of reasons: Henry failed to provide him with the northern lands he had been promised, Henry IV refused to allow him to ransom prisoners captured at the Battle of Homildon Hill, taxing the clergy, caliming the throne. The battle was close. Henry "Hotspur" was fatally wounded during its course bring it to close. Earlier in the battle Henry, the future Henry V, Prince of Wales, also took an arrow to the face, albeit not fatally. It did, however, require much skill to remove the arrow, leaving Henry with a permanent scar.

Crown

Henry of Monmouth V King England [17]

Henry of Bolingbroke IV King England [36]

Edmund 5th Earl Stafford [25] killed by Archibald Douglas 04 Earl Douglas

Richard Beauchamp 13th Earl Warwick [21]

Thomas Strickland [36] and was awarded £38 and two of the rebel Henry's horses

John Stanley [53] wounded in the throat

Edmund Cockayne [47] killed

Walter Blount [55] killed the King's Standard Bearer

Rebels

Archibald Black Douglas 1st Duke Touraine [31]

Thomas Percy 1st Earl Worcester [60] captured

22 Jul 1403 Thomas Percy 1st Earl Worcester [60] beheaded

John Clifton killed

Henry "Hotspur" Percy [39] killed

1405 Northern Rising

08 Jun 1405 Richard Scrope Archbishop York [55] executed at York

08 Jun 1405 Thomas Mowbray 4th Earl Norfolk, 2nd Earl Nottingham [20] beheaded at York

19 Feb 1408 Battle of Bramham Moor

Royalists

Thomas Rokeby commanded

Henry Percy

Henry Percy 1st Earl Northumberland [67] killed

Thomas 5th Baron Bardolf [18] died from wounds

20 Mar 1413 Jerusalem Chamber: Death of King Henry IV

Henry of Monmouth V King England [27] present

Henry of Bolingbroke IV King England [46] died

Humphrey Lancaster 1st Duke Gloucester [23] present