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Henry 'Bolingbroke' was the son of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. Bolingbroke didn't make it a secret that he thought Richard II was a lousy king and unfit to rule. Richard banished him, and then stole his inheritance (and his title) when Gaunt died. Henry returned to claim his estates, saying that he just wanted back what was rightfully his. But he quite quickly changed his story -- he wanted to be king. He deposed Richard II and became Henry IV.

King Henry IV – Plantagenet Of Lancaster Born: April 1366 at Bolingbroke Castle, Lincolnshire Parents: John of Gaunt and Blanche of Lancaster House of: Lancaster

McDonald Hopkins :: Estate Planning Alert: Changes to Ohio's asset protection planning -- Effective March 27, 2013

McDonald Hopkins :: Litigation Alert: The Florida Supreme Court sounds the death knell for the economic loss rule in breach of contract cases

"Inflation is BACK": Chancellor issues warning for households ahead of Autumn Statement

Budget Philip Hammond urged to change inheritance tax rules

A Rogue by Any Other Name. My fave historical romance that I have read so far this year. Can't wait for the rest in the Rogue series.

A Rogue By Any Other Name by Sarah MacLean Series: The Rules of Scoundrels Publisher: Avon Publication date: February 2012 Genre: Historical Romance

Kings of Grass  Comics are often about building new worlds. These fictional societies have their own sets of rules and order. And they dont always have to be fantastical. Sometimes theyre a slice of a world thats under-exposed. Such is the case in Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins new comic Grass Kings.  Grass Kings In Grass Kings #1 we are introduced to the Grass Kingdom a small patch of land that does not recognize the authority or rules of the United States. Grass Kingdom has a longstanding…

Kings of Grass Comics are often about building new worlds. These fictional societies have their own sets of rules and order. And they dont always have to be fantastical. Sometimes theyre a slice of a world thats under-exposed. Such is the case in Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins new comic Grass Kings. Grass Kings In Grass Kings #1 we are introduced to the Grass Kingdom a small patch of land that does not recognize the authority or rules of the United States. Grass Kingdom has a longstanding…

If you inherit an IRA from someone other than your spouse the rules are a bit more complicated.

By now, the federal income tax rules for itemized personal interest expense deductions should be familiar to all. But, you know what happens when we assume. So here’s a primer:Home mortgage …

March 19th Birthday Alert: Born on March 19th #19HotNumber means that a person is at the right place at the right time, attracts others with their physical appeal, and wins them over with their charisma, congeniality, and charm. This "Hot Number" ruled by the sun has learned to strike while the iron is hot.. The second primary number you inherited from your birthday is 22 #22Einstein calculated by

March 19th Birthday Alert: Born on March 19th #19HotNumber means that a person is at the right place at the right time, attracts others with their physical appeal, and wins them over with their charisma, congeniality, and charm. This "Hot Number" ruled by the sun has learned to strike while the iron is hot.. The second primary number you inherited from your birthday is 22 #22Einstein calculated by

OCTOBER 1ST (Nigeria in poem)   Okechukwu Onuegbu  By Okechukwu Onuegbu Why puzzle over her statuesque? Gun boot diplomacy forced her To marry thousand men. She was born on a platter of gold; When her nationalists fought for governance Participation via their chains of newsprint. History says the agenda of their pre and post Conferences Was participation in governance Therefore budgeting millions each year To brainwash her children that all is well Is like pouring water on the fire. It is…

OCTOBER 1ST (Nigeria in poem) Okechukwu Onuegbu By Okechukwu Onuegbu Why puzzle over her statuesque? Gun boot diplomacy forced her To marry thousand men. She was born on a platter of gold; When her nationalists fought for governance Participation via their chains of newsprint. History says the agenda of their pre and post Conferences Was participation in governance Therefore budgeting millions each year To brainwash her children that all is well Is like pouring water on the fire. It is…

Isabella of Ibelin (1252–1282) was lady of Beirut from 1264 until her death in 1282, and also held the title of Queen of Cyprus. She was the daughter of Jean d'Ibelin, lord of Beirut, and of Alice de la Roche sur Ognon. As a great-granddaughter of the powerful Crusader noble John of Ibelin, she was a member of the influential Ibelin family. Upon her father's death, she inherited the Ibelin family palace in Beirut, and the leadership of the fief.

Isabella of Ibelin (1252–1282) was lady of Beirut from 1264 until her death in 1282, and also held the title of Queen of Cyprus. She was the daughter of Jean d'Ibelin, lord of Beirut, and of Alice de la Roche sur Ognon. As a great-granddaughter of the powerful Crusader noble John of Ibelin, she was a member of the influential Ibelin family. Upon her father's death, she inherited the Ibelin family palace in Beirut, and the leadership of the fief.

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