|1 March 1484
Richard takes an oath to protect the daughters and wife of Edward IV as they leave the sanctuary of Westminster Abbey
|2||3||4 March 1461
Edward Earl of March proclaimed King Edward IV
|8||9 March 1975
Dedication of York window at Fotheringhay church
|10||11 March 1471
Richard embarks with Edward IV from Flushing
|12 March 1470
Battle of Empingham or as it's better known, Lose-coat Field
|15||16 March 1485
Queen Anne Neville dies during an eclipse of the sun.
The Middleham Standard will fly at Middleham Castle every 16 March to commemorate her death.
16 March 2014
Death of Michael Bennett, founder of the Richard III Museum in York
|22 March 1485
Richard III sent emissaries to Portugal to treat for the hand of Princess Joanna. One of them was Sir Edward Brampton
|23||24 March 1471
Richard and Edward IV land at Ravenspur in Yorkshire
|25||26 March 1470
Richard is at Hornby Castle helping the Harringtons defend it against the Stanleys.
26 March 2015
The reburial of Richard III in Leicester Cathedral.
The Middleham Standard will fly at Middleham Castle every 26 March to commemorate the reburial.
|27 March 1482
Mary of Burgundy killed in a horse-riding accident
|28 March 1461
Battle of Ferrybridge
|29 March 1461
Battle of Towton
|30||31 March 1485
Richard III publicly denies planning to marry his niece Elizabeth of York
Elizabeth, Duchess of Suffolk, and one of Richard's sisters, dies in Wingfield, Suffolk
Thomas Plantagenet born at Fotheringhay. One of Richard's brothers