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  • William d'Ufford, 2e comte de Suffolk, est un baron anglais né le 30 mai 1338 et mort le 15 février 1382. Il succède à son père Robert en 1369 et participe à plusieurs campagnes infructueuses de la guerre de Cent Ans dans les années 1370 avant de jouer un rôle important sur la scène politique anglaise, où il se distingue par sa nature conciliante. Sa mort prématurée entraîne l'extinction de son titre et la dispersion de ses biens.
  • William de Ufford, 2nd Earl of Suffolk, KG (30 May 1338 – 15 February 1382) was an English nobleman in the reigns of Edward III and Richard II. He was the son of Robert de Ufford, who was created Earl of Suffolk by Edward III in 1337. William had three older brothers who all predeceased him, and in 1369 he succeeded his father. In the 1370s, he participated in several campaigns of the Hundred Years' War, but this period was not a successful one for England. Suffolk was closely connected to Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick and John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, and his conciliatory skills were highly valued in national politics. He helped arbitrate in the conflict between Gaunt and the parliamentary Commons during the Good Parliament. In 1381, Suffolk took part in suppressing the Peasants' Revolt in East Anglia, after narrowly escaping the rebels himself. He died suddenly in 1382 while attending parliament, and since he had no surviving children, his title went extinct and his property was dispersed.
  • William de Ufford II conte di Suffolk (1339 circa – Palazzo di Westminster, 15 febbraio 1382) che visse sotto i regni di Edoardo III d'Inghilterra e Riccardo II d'Inghilterra; suo padre venne creato Conte di Suffolk da Edoardo III nel 1337.William era il quartogenito e tutti i suoi fratelli maggiori morirono prima di lui, giacché fu lui stesso a succedere al padre nel 1369. Durante il decennio del 1370 partecipò a diverse campagne per la Guerra dei cent'anni e nel tempo si legò strettamente a Thomas de Beauchamp, XII conte di Warwick e a Giovanni di Gand. Le sue capacità diplomatiche vennero largamente apprezzante nell'ambito della politica nazionale ed egli riuscì ad arbitrare lo scontro fra Giovanni di Gand e i parlamentari della Camera dei Comuni nel 1376. Nel 1381 partecipò alla soppressione della Rivolta dei contadini nell'Anglia orientale e scappò egli stesso a fatica dalle mani dei ribelli. William morì improvvisamente nel 1382 mentre assisteva a una seduta del parlamento e poiché non aveva figli viventi il titolo si estinse e le proprietà vennero disperse.
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  • The Reign of Edward III
  • Richard II
  • Shaping the Nation: England, 1360–1461
  • The Fourteenth Century: 1307–1399
  • The Peasants' Revolt of 1381
  • The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom
  • John of Gaunt: The Exercise of Princely Power in Fourteenth-Century Europe
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  • Ufford, William, second earl of Suffolk
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  • William d'Ufford, 2e comte de Suffolk, est un baron anglais né le 30 mai 1338 et mort le 15 février 1382. Il succède à son père Robert en 1369 et participe à plusieurs campagnes infructueuses de la guerre de Cent Ans dans les années 1370 avant de jouer un rôle important sur la scène politique anglaise, où il se distingue par sa nature conciliante. Sa mort prématurée entraîne l'extinction de son titre et la dispersion de ses biens.
  • William de Ufford II conte di Suffolk (1339 circa – Palazzo di Westminster, 15 febbraio 1382) che visse sotto i regni di Edoardo III d'Inghilterra e Riccardo II d'Inghilterra; suo padre venne creato Conte di Suffolk da Edoardo III nel 1337.William era il quartogenito e tutti i suoi fratelli maggiori morirono prima di lui, giacché fu lui stesso a succedere al padre nel 1369.
  • William de Ufford, 2nd Earl of Suffolk, KG (30 May 1338 – 15 February 1382) was an English nobleman in the reigns of Edward III and Richard II. He was the son of Robert de Ufford, who was created Earl of Suffolk by Edward III in 1337. William had three older brothers who all predeceased him, and in 1369 he succeeded his father. In the 1370s, he participated in several campaigns of the Hundred Years' War, but this period was not a successful one for England.
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  • William de Ufford, 2nd Earl of Suffolk
  • William de Ufford, II conte di Suffolk
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