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Name: Thomas de Neville, Lord Furnival Determine relationship to...
Birth: ABT 1362 Father: John, Lord Neville Mother:Maud de Percy
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Death: 24 MAR 1407
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Remarks: HISTORY: He was created «i»1st Lord Neville of Halumshire [England]«/i» on 20 August 1383.«sup»1«/sup» He held the office of Constable of Lochmaben Castle in the West Scottish Marches on 23 October 1399.«sup»1«/sup» He held the office of Keeper of Annadale on 23 October 1399.«sup»1«/sup» On 23 October 1399 he agreed in Parliament to the clandestine incarceration of King Richard II.«sup»1«/sup» He held the office of Keeper of Alnwick, Beriwck and Warkworth Castles in 1403.«sup»1«/sup» He held the office of a Member of the Great Council of King Henry IV in 1404.«sup»1«/sup» He held the office of Joint War Treasurer between 1404 and 1406.«sup»1«/sup» He held the office of Treasurer of England between July 1406 and November 1406.

styled as «i»5th Lord Furnivalle«/i» in 1383 by right of his wife. He was created «i»1st Lord Neville of Halumshire [England]«/i» on 20 August 1383. He held the office of Constable of Lochmaben Castle in the West Scottish Marches on 23 October 1399. He held the office of Keeper of Annadale on 23 October 1399. On 23 October 1399 he agreed in Parliament to the clandestine incarceration of King Richard II. He held the office of Keeper of Alnwick, Beriwck and Warkworth Castles in 1403. He held the office of a Member of the Great Council of King Henry IV in 1404. He held the office of Joint War Treasurer between 1404 and 1406. He held the office of Treasurer of England between July 1406 and November 1406


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