shield by Roberte Riche (click to ENLARGE)Earl Roberte Riche Founder of Warwick Living History
                                        Lord Lieutenant of Essex
                                         Lord High Admiral

   Governor in Chiefe and Lord High Admiral of the English Plantations in America

            Knight Premier in Office
                 Knight Bannerette in Combat
                      Knight Master in Arts & Sciences
         

                                                                                                

Read about Lord Roberte Riche   

     

The first great battle of the English Civil War

 

Nationality:   English of French descent  

Training:

Sword:  Knight Bannerette & Original Instructor of Warwick Combatants

Archery:  Bowman

Arts & Sciences:  Chain Mail, Leather, Wood Craft, Sewing, Cooking, Candle Making, Armour Making, Engineering, Equestrian, Politician & your kind hearted and often loco Web Master incognito.


How to address an Earl:

The rank of an earl corresponds to that of a count. Hence the wife of an earl is still called countess.

An earl has the title Earl followed by place of holding (Earl of Warwick), or Earl Roberte Riche when the title comes from a surname. In either case, he is referred to as Lord, and his wife as Lady.

 

How to address a Knight:

In feudal times, a Knight or Dame (if female) was men-at-arms, foot soldiers, and archers. They admitted to a certain military rank with special ceremonies, including a code of chivalry, an oath to protect the distressed, maintain the right, and live a stainless life.

To be addressed as Sir; as, Sir Roberte. A female knight is to be addressed as Dame followed by first name (Dame Jennete), Dame followed by first and last name (Dame Jennete Charbonneaux), but never by just the last name (Dame Charbonneaux).