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This Chancellor of England was named Archbishop of Canterbury by Richard II, who then banished him. He returned when Henry IV deposed Richard.
He served as Richard's chancellor from 1386-1389, and again from 1391-1396
He served as Henry IV's chancellor untilthe Beaufort's briefly ousted him from office in 1410
21 February, 1437
James I of Scotland is murdered in Perth
James is succeeded by his son, who takes the throne as James II
This monarch's sons were called 'The Devil's Brood'
He was married to Eleanor of Aquitaine
His sons included Richard the Lionheart and King John