Dusk falls over Brothers Water. This view is back north towards Hartsop and Ullswater beyond.
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17th Century Orton Hall
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King of Wessex and Mercia from 925, King of England from 926
He successfully invaded Scotland and Wales
He defeated an alliance of Danes and rebellious minor British kings at the Battle of Brunanburh in 937
22 March, 1322
Earl of Lancaster executed by Edward II
The earl had been largely responsible for killing Edward's favourite, Piers Gaveston.
The protoypical 'wicked uncle', this king was popularly blamed for murdering Edward V
He was followed to the throne by Henry VII
He was killed at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485