1536, Mar 101572, Jun 2
an English nobleman. Norfolk was Earl Marshal of England and Queen's Lieutenant in the North. From February to July 1560, Norfolk was commander of the English army in Scotland in support of the Lords of the Congregation opposing Mary of Guise. He negotiated the Treaty of Berwick (1560) by which the Congregation invited English assistance.Norfolk was the Principal of the commission at York in 1568 to hear evidence against Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots presented by Regent Moray, including the casket letters.
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10/01/1569-Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk, arrested and imprisoned for scheming to marry Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots 
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