Nominated 1483 (under Richard III). Degraded 1485; restored c.1491
A supporter of Edward IV and Richard III, for whom he fought at the Battle of Bosworth. Gained the trust of the Tudor monarchs and became one of the most influential figures of Henry VIII's early reign. Led the victorious English forces at the Battle of Flodden in 1513, for which he was created Duke of Norfolk. Reluctantly pronounced the sentence of death on his fellow Garter Knight Edward Stafford in 1521. Died at Framlingham Castle on 21 May 1524.