1 edition of [Collection of papers relating to the pedigree and descendants of Sir Thomas More]. found in the catalog.
[Collection of papers relating to the pedigree and descendants of Sir Thomas More].
1900 in [U.K.?] .
Written in English
|Contributions||Association Amici Thomae Mori.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
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He was tutor to Prince Edward, the future King Edward VI, and also sometimes to Princess Elizabeth. Thomas Offley was the elder of two adult sons of William Offley, a mercer of Stafford, by his first wife, probably of the Dorrington family of Stafford, whose sister (aunt of Thomas) was married to a member of the Cradock family prominent in Stafford.
William Offley was Bailiff of Stafford in –11, and after the family moved to Chester he was alderman of that city, and Sheriff in United States: Foljambe/Fulgham/Fulghum Family History Book Committee, FHL Collection Large Q Book Ffr [Gatewood] Uhrbrock, Richard S.
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Acquisitions Information Received from Bertram Rota, Ltd. of London, England, in September and January and transferred from the Rare Book Collection in February The descendants of John Brockett, one of the original founders of New Haven colony: illustrated with portraits and armorial bearings and historical introduction relating to the settlement of New Haven and Wallingford, Connecticut.
The English Brocketts. "A pedigree of Brockett," published in England in William Fitz Gerald, went to Ireland with Strongbowbut returned to England He married Agnes, dau. of Adam de Kingsley, co. Chester and had several sons (see Lansdowne, M.). One of his sons was.
William, justice in eyre of the co. Chester. He was the direct ancestor of. William Gerard, who m. the dau. and heir of Peter de Bryn, of. The remainder of the deposit is divided into the following sections: accounts and vouchers () including the record of payment of seventeenth-century recusancy fines and accounts from an continental holiday; bonds (); legal material () including Elizabeth Stapleton's bill in the court of wardsbills in.
Reference # Wills of Sir Thomas Blake, & D 17, ; Reference # Killadoon Papers, Collection L includes reference to building of a lodge (Doon Cottage) at Drumsnauv in a letter from James Fair to 2nd Earl of Leitrim, dated 10 June Ms 36,/5. Book of profiles. Miscellanea.
Part 3. Pedigree, compiled by Mr. Kinloch, of the descendants of John and Sarah Backhouse of Lancashire, 17thth centuries, with particular reference to the descendants of Sir Jonathan Edmund Backhouse, 1st Bart. (), banker, of Darlington, Co. Durham, and his wife Florence Salusbury-Trelawny (died.
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Mather was named after his grandfathers, both paternal/5. Eugene Fairfield McPike papers. Dates: Contains McPike's genealogy research in the Halley, Pyke and MacPike families (all English, among others) and his research for the publications: Hevelius, Flamsteed and Halley: Three Contemporary Astronomers and Their Mutual Relations (London: Taylor and Francis, ), and Correspondence and Papers of Edmond Halley (London: Taylor and Francis.
Born At Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire on 30 AugustLady Mary Seymour was the long-awaited child of dowager queen Kateryn Parr, and her fourth husband Sir Thomas, Baron Seymour of Sudeley. The unexpected pregnancy left both parents overjoyed.
In a letter from 9 JuneThomas Seymour writes to his wife. Papers,of Robert Young Clay () of Richmond, Virginia, including his research on the Clay family and allied lines, subject files, speeches, pension records of soldiers from Smith County, Tennessee, and artwork.
The bulk of the collection covers the period to page 1 - relative to the read pedigree; and copies of several reports from the attornies and solicitors general of ireland respecting certain claims to baronies in ireland.
Appears in 2 books from Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby was born circa He was the son of Sir Thomas Stanley, 1st Lord Stanley and Joan Goushill.3 He married, firstly, Eleanor Neville, daughter of Richard de Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury and Alice Montagu, Countess of Salisbury, after 10 May He married, secondly, Lady Margaret Beaufort, daughter of.
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Alban Hall in at age 18 He was created a Baronet in by Charles 1 () and became Sheriff of Kent in He had three daughters. Dana Family Papers -- v PREFACE This document, the Finding Aid for Dana Family Papers, is the final version of a multi-phase project undertaken by the Nor theast Museum Services Center (NMSC).
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Introduction 1. A Browne Family, New Grove County Clare () 8 Section B is the most voluminous part of this collection and consists of the papers of. Sir Vere Hunt (1st Baronet). 23 September January Farm account note book.
with entries relating to accounts of Labourers. Potato. Sir Thomas More was a scholar and statesman who became a Catholic martyr after his refusal to accept Henry VIII as head of the church led to his execution in The interplay between his private and public life was demonstrated in an extraordinary group portrait of his family that he commissioned from Hans Holbein the Younger induring the artist's first visit to England.
Accounts and Papers: A Return of the Number of Charities and Charitable Donations, House of Commons () pp. [Bodleian Library - Google Books] Done [Act] An act for explaining and making more effectual a power contained in the will of Sir William Morice Baronet for making leases of his several estates in Devon and Cornwal.
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O'Brien (Dromoland) (Baron of Inchiquin) O'Brien (Cahermoyle) Description The introduction to the Inchiquin Papers in the National Library of Ireland records that, in aboutSir Donough O'Brien, [created 1st Baronet of Leamanegh and Dromoland in and one of the wealthiest commoners in Ireland], decided to move from Leamaneh Castle near.
Notes on families and individuals of the name of "Parsons": collected from time to time between andin an endeavour to trace the pedigree of Richard Parsons of Carrigogunnell, County Limerick, who, with his brothers William and Jose.
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Wife/Partner: Hannah CALDWELL Children: Martha BLISS ; Daniel BLISS-- William BLISS +. Diaries, relating mostly to social activities, transcript and notes. Ms CLAYTON, P.B., Philip Byard, (Rev. Tubby Clayton), founder of Toc H and incumbent of All Hallows Barking by the Tower Substantial collection of personal papers, publications, sermons.
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Edited from the original MSS. by William Dunn Macray. Roxburghe Club. Others are listed in the heading of the entry as being in the McGregor Library (which is the most important of the special libraries constituting the Division of Rare Books and Manuscripts) or in any of our various collections of manuscripts which happen to contain papers of Jefferson, such as the following: the Berkeley Manuscripts, the.
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Willis. 29 inches, relating to very large estates in St. Thomas in the East and St. Andrew, being sugar plantations, then in the possession of William Jumes* and Selina his wife, and signed by them, by Sir William Chambers, and Hinton East, dated Probate records are court records relating to the distribution of a deceased person's estate.
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