April 1422 articles on Wikipedia
1422 Strömgrenia
1422 Stromgrenia, provisional designation 1936 QF, is a stony Florian asteroid from the inner regions of the asteroid belt, approximately 5.5 kilometers
Apr 15th 2017



Elizabeth Cheney (1422–1473)
Elizabeth Cheney (April 1422 – 25 September 1473) was an English aristocrat, who, by dint of her two marriages, was the great-grandmother of Anne Boleyn
Apr 26th 2017



United Nations Security Council Resolution 1422
United Nations Security Council resolution 1422, adopted unanimously on 12 July 2002, after noting the recent entry into force of the Rome Statute of the
Apr 4th 2017



Bavarian War (1420–1422)
The Bavarian War from 1420 to 1422, also known as the Great War of the Lords, was a conflict between Louis VII the Bearded of Bayern-Ingolstadt and Henry
Nov 21st 2016



Siege of Thessalonica (1422–1430)
For other battles that took place at Thessalonica, see Battle of Thessalonica. The siege of Thessalonica between 1422 and 1430 was an ultimately successful
Apr 16th 2017



Charlotte of Bourbon, Queen of Cyprus
Charlotte de Bourbon (1388 – 15 January 1422) was the Queen consort of Cyprus and titular Queen consort of Armenia and Jerusalem through her marriage to
Oct 6th 2016



1420s in England
Events from the 1420s in England. MonarchHenry V (to 31 August 1422), Henry VI 1420 21 MayHenry V of England and Charles VI of France sign the
Apr 2nd 2017



John Wilcotes
Wilcotes John Wilcotes (died 1422), of Great Tew, Oxfordshire, was an English politician. Wilcotes is thought to have been a younger brother of William Wilcotes
Nov 21st 2016



Liangxiangnanguan Station
Liangxiangnanguan station is a station on Fangshan Line of the Beijing Subway. The platform 良乡南关 (in Chinese). Beijing Municipal Government
Nov 14th 2016



Columba de Dunbar
sums. His request to retain the Deanery of Dunbar for another year, in April 1422, was contested. His appointment as Archdeacon was contested by another
Jul 16th 2016



Richard de Beauchamp, 1st Earl of Worcester
male issue. His body was taken back to England and he was buried on 25 April 1422 at Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. Source: As per his seal ("Beauchamp
Aug 6th 2016



Henry V of England
This article is about the king. For the Shakespeare play, see Henry V (play). Henry V (9 August 1386 – 31 August 1422) was King of England from 1413 until
Apr 20th 2017



April 20 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
Apr. 19 - Eastern Orthodox Church calendar - Apr. 21 All fixed commemorations below are observed on May 3 by Orthodox Churches on the Old Calendar. For
Mar 3rd 2017



San Giovenale Triptych
characters, which read, "ANNO DOMINI MCCCCXXII A DI VENTITRE D'AP[RILE]" (April 23, 1422). The central panel shows the Madonna enthroned with two angels and
May 15th 2016



Marie of Anjou
of France and Isabeau of Bavaria, in 1413. The wedding took place in April 1422 at Bourges. The wedding made her Queen of France, but as far as it is
Apr 14th 2017



Henry de Lichton
his successor, and was translated to the diocese of Aberdeen in early April 1422, on the authority of Pope Martin V. Pope Martin delegated authority to
Apr 3rd 2017



Agnes of Cleves
Agnes of Cleves (1422–1448) was a daughter of Adolph I, Duke of Cleves and his second wife Mary of Burgundy. In 1439, Agnes married Charles, Prince of
Jun 23rd 2016



Henry II
Henry II may refer to: Henry II of England (1133–89), reigned from 1154 Henry II of Jerusalem and Cyprus (1271–1324), reigned from 1285; king of Jerusalem
Dec 4th 2016



House of Shishman
Shishman (Bulgarian: Шишман), also Shishmanids or Shishmanovtsi (Bulgarian: Шишмановци), was a medieval Bulgarian royal dynasty of partial Cuman origin
Feb 5th 2017



Second Scutari War
The Second Scutari War (Serbian Cyrillic: Други скадарски рат) was an armed conflict in 1419—1426 between Zeta (1419—1421) and Serbian Despotate (1421—1423)
Mar 18th 2017



John Beavan, Baron Ardwick
Beavan John Cowburn Morgan Beavan, Baron Ardwick (19 April 1910 – 18 August 1994) was a British journalist. Beavan was reporter of the Manchester Evening News
Mar 18th 2016



Hugh de Courtenay, 4th/12th Earl of Devon
Hugh Courtenay, 4th/12th Earl of Devon, 5th Baron Courtenay (1389 – 16 June 1422) was an English nobleman, son of the 3rd/11th Earl of Devon, and father
Mar 5th 2017



Michael Küchmeister von Sternberg
Sternberg For Michael Joseph Ezra Sternberg, see Sternberg Michael Sternberg. Michael Küchmeister von Sternberg (1360 or 1370 – 15 December 1423, Danzig (Gdańsk)) was
Apr 8th 2017



John Greville (died 1444)
John Greville (died 30 September 1444) was a Member of Parliament for Gloucestershire in seven parliaments (April 1414, 1419, May 1421, 1422, 1423, 1425
Apr 15th 2017



Tornado outbreak of April 13–16, 2012
From April 13–16, 2012, a major tornado outbreak occurred across a large portion of the Central United States into the Great Lakes region. The storms resulted
Mar 31st 2017



Bernard I, Margrave of Baden-Baden
Bernard I of Baden (1364 – 5 April 1431, Baden) was Margrave of the Margraviate of Baden from 1391 to 1431. He was the elder son of Rudolf VI and Matilde
Aug 17th 2016



Walter Rich
Walter Rich (died 1446/7) of Bath, Somerset, was an English politician. He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of England for Bath in April 1414, 1417
Nov 20th 2016



Thomas de Buittle
Thomas de Buittle [Butil, Butill, ButyllButyll, Butyl, Bucyl] (died c. 1420–1422) was a Scottish prelate, clerk and papal auditor active in the late 14th and
Oct 7th 2016



Richard Clitheroe (died c. 1463)
Clitheroe Richard Clitheroe (died c. 1463), of New Romney, Kent, was an English politician. Clitheroe was the son of William Clitheroe, also an MP for New Romney
Mar 30th 2017



Albert III, Duke of Saxe-Wittenberg
For the Duke of Lüneburg, see Albert of Saxe-Wittenberg, Duke of Lüneburg. Albert III (German: Albrecht III.; c. 1375/1380 – before 12 November 1422) was
Apr 9th 2017



Church of St Cadoc, Cheriton
The Church of St Cadoc, sometimes referred to as "The Cathedral of Gower", is a Grade I listed building located in the hamlet of Cheriton on the north
Jun 14th 2016



Saw Shwe Khet
Burmese In Burmese names, Saw is an honorific, not a surname. Minye Kyawswa Saw Shwe Khet (Burmese: မင်းရဲကျော်စွာ စောရွှေခက်, pronounced: [mɪ́ɴjɛ́ tɕɔ̀zwa sɔ́
Jan 2nd 2017



Ahmad Shah I Wali
Ahmed Shah Al Wali Bahamani ruled the Kingdom of Bidar from 1st October 1422 to 17 April 1436 and was a great patron of arts and culture. He brought artisans
Mar 25th 2017



Black Swan Records
This article is about the 1920s US record label. For the 1960s UK label, see Black Swan Records (UK). Black Swan Records was an American jazz and blues
Feb 20th 2017



William Coggeshall
This article is about the English politician. For Abraham Lincoln's bodyguard, see William Turner Coggeshall. Sir William Coggeshall (1358–1426), of Codham
Jan 23rd 2017



Taejong of Joseon
This is a Korean name; the family name is Lee. Not to be confused with Tang Taizong. Taejong of Joseon (13 June 1367 — 30 May 1422) was the third king
Apr 25th 2017



Gerdeka Hartlevsdotter
from them. Gerdeka resigned form her position from health reasons 27 April 1422. Frans Oscar Vagman: Vreta Kloster. Historik jamte vagledning vid besok
Feb 9th 2017



Minkhaung I
For other people named Minkhaung, see Minkhaung (disambiguation). Minkhaung I of Ava (Burmese: ပထမ မင်းခေါင် [pətʰəma̰ mɪ́ɴɡaʊɴ]; also spelled Mingaung;
Feb 20th 2017



Brasserie Julien
Brasserie Julien was a brasserie-style French cuisine restaurant located at 1422 Third Avenue (between East 80th Street and East 81st Street) on the Upper
Apr 6th 2017



The Helix (Falkirk)
The Helix is a land transformation project to improve the connections between and around 16 communities in Falkirk District, Scotland, including the eastern
Jan 8th 2017



North Huish
North Huish is a village, civil parish, former ecclesiastical parish and former manor in the South Hams district of Devonshire, England. The village is
Feb 10th 2017



Eleanor Neville, Countess of Northumberland
Neville Lady Eleanor Neville (c. 1397 – 1472) was the second daughter of Ralph de Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland (died 1425), by his second wife, Joan Beaufort
Apr 13th 2016



Charles VI of France
Charles VI (3 December 1368 – 21 October 1422), called the Beloved (French: le Bien-Aime) and the Mad (French: le Fol or le Fou), was King of France from
Mar 7th 2017



John Darell (died 1438)
Darell John Darell (died 1438) was an English politician. Darell was of Calehill in Little Chart, Scotney Castle in Lamberhurst, Kent. He was the second son
May 19th 2016



United Nations Security Council Resolution 1487
United Nations Security Council resolution 1487, adopted on 12 June 2003, after noting the recent entry into force of the Rome Statute of the International
Apr 4th 2017



Elis Strömgren
Stromgren Svante Elis Stromgren (31 May 1870 – 5 April 1947) was a SwedishDanish astronomer. Stromgren was born in 1870 in HelsingborgHelsingborg, Scania. He received his
Jun 29th 2016



Provost of Beverley Minster
The-ProvostThe Provost of St John's, Beverley (Beverley Minster) is a position said to have been created by Archbishop Thomas of Bayeux (1070–1100). The provost had
Nov 6th 2016



Diocese of Moray
Coordinates: 57°21′36″N 3°46′59″W / 57.360°N 3.783°W / 57.360; -3.783 This article is about the mediaeval diocese. For the Episcopal diocese, see Diocese
Nov 19th 2015



Paul von Rusdorf
Paul von Rusdorf (died 1441) was the 29th Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights, serving from 1422 to 1441. The Treaty of Melno was one of von Rusdorf's
Apr 8th 2017



Pungu
The pungu (Pungu maclareni) is a species of cichlid endemic to Lake Barombi Mbo in Cameroon where it prefers shallow waters of about 1 to 3 metres (3.3
Apr 14th 2017





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