HENRY, Count of Belremy

b. 1425. Believed firmly in the Infailibility of his Father and was always an Appreciative Auditor of his Anecdotes. In consequence of this Display of Filial Piety the lands and title of Belremy were Bestowed upon him. Made a Prudent Marriage in France and Maintained a Dutiful Correspondence with his Father until the latter's Death in 1452. Disgusted with his Elder Brother's Vacillating Policy during the Wars in England he cut off all Communication with him. The date of his death is uncertain, but he left a Numerous Progeny, and was Universally Lamented.