1430s in England
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Events from the 1430s in England.
Monarch – Henry VI
- 23 May – Hundred Years' War: following the Siege of Compiègne, Joan of Arc is captured and imprisoned.
- June – Henry VI of England establishes his court in Rouen in preparation for his coronation as King of France.
- The right to vote in elections to the House of Commons of England in the shires is restricted to Forty Shilling Freeholders, which remains the sole qualification in England until 1832.
- 9 February – financial crisis following the expense of two coronations.
- 12 February – Hundred Years' War: English forces under John Talbot capture Pontoise.
- 13 November – King Henry VI comes of age and takes over the rule of England and its possessions.
- Almshouses and school established at Ewelme in Oxfordshire by William de la Pole, 1st Duke of Suffolk and his wife Alice (née Chaucer). By the 21st century this will form the earliest school building in the United Kingdom still in use as a local authority school.
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