Talk:Thomas Holland, 2nd Earl of Kent
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Strange,the article seems to be there. What I would like to point out that I corrected a typo (I changed "Baron Holand" to "Baron Holland"). As "Baron Holand" was hyperlink, it now points to Baron Holland, which is an entirely different article in the wikipedia. How is this to be fixed?
Sorry, I corrected a typo that wasn't one. I corrected it back.
Thomas appears to have had two daughters called Eleanor/Alianore; i changed the first listed to the second spelling, which appears to be an acceptable variation, in that it seemed confusing the previous way. Lindsay H. 06:17, 3 September 2006 (UTC)
- But your change falsely suggests that they did not have the same name, and they did. May I suggest Alianore/Eleanor (I) and Alianore/Eleanor (II)? - Nunh-huh 06:22, 3 September 2006 (UTC)
This article needs meaningful content. It also contains inaccuracies; for instance, Thomas Holland, 2nd Earl of Kent was never Baron Holland of Upholland. Neither was his father Thomas Holland who m. Joan of Kent. That title stayed with the senior branch of the Hollands of Upholland until it passed by marriage to the Lovels. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 12:11, 21 July 2010 (UTC)
Coat of Arms
There is a picture in this article labeled: coat of arms of Thomas Holland, 2nd Earl of Kent
The name of the jpeg file is 545px-Edmund_of_Woodstock_Arms.svg
The description for the picture when you click on it is: Coat of arms of Edmund of Woodstock, 1st Earl of Kent.
These arms are also pictured in the article for Edmund of Woodstock.
Did they share arms because they were both Earls of Kent?
If so, I suggest changing the description of the jpeg file to include Thomas Holland.