A peace treaty signed by King David of Scotland and King Stephen. The Scottish King had invaded northern England in January and had captured many of the major towns including Carlisle and Newcastle. In response, Stephen had raised a large army and marched north to Durham. King David agreed to talk rather than fight and an arrangement was agreed allowing the Scots to keep Carlisle in return for stopping their advance. David refused to do homage to the English King as his loyalties rested with Matilda, King Henry's daughter. King David's son did pay homage to Stephen and received the Earldom of Huntingdon in return.
aughter of Thomas, the 2nd Duke of Norfolk. Elizabeth married Thomas Boleyn the 1st Earl of Wiltshire. One of their children was Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII and mother of Elizabeth I, Queen of England.
homas was a powerful and cunning man. His need for more power led him to the court of King Henry VIII and there he conspired to get his nieces Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard married to the King. Both Anne and Catherine were executed for their treachery.