Hace 4 días · Charles Beauclerk (1670–1726) Earl of Burford Duke of St Albans: Charles Lennox (1672–1723) Duke of Richmond Duke of Lennox: Mary Tudor (1673-1726) Countess of Derwentwater: Catherine FitzCharles (1658–1759?) Charles FitzRoy (1662–1730) Duke of Cleveland Duke of Southampton: Charlotte Fitzroy (1664–1717) Countess of Lichfield ...
4 de dic. de 2023 · Lord Sidney Beauclerk, son of the Duke of St. Albans and father of Topham Beauclerk, 1735–6; John Shirley, esquire, 1737; Robert Shirley, esquire, 1738–42; Miss Manners, 1743–1748; Lady Ann Connelly (? daughter of Sir Thomas Wentworth, third Baron Raby), 1754; Lady Drake, 1755–70; Miss Sophia Drake, 1770–83; George Squibb ...
3 de dic. de 2023 · The parish of Leckhampstead, on the borders of Northamptonshire, has an area of 2,570 acres, of which 348 are arable land, 1,796 permanent grass and 179 woods and plantations. (fn. 1) The soil is clay and gravel; the subsoil various. The undulating surface, about 300 ft. above ordnance datum, rises to 350 ft. in the east and north.
4 de dic. de 2023 · Closet Keeper [in the Chapel Royal] 1661–1837. The closet keeper was appointed by the clerk of the closet. (fn. 7) He was paid 2s p.d. in 1661. This rose to £5 plus £49 in and £54 5s for washing surpluses and in lieu of bills in 1689. Under Queen Anne, his remuneration fell to £41 10s in salary and £49 2s for washing.
Hace 3 días · Holywell House, near St Albans, before its demolition in 1837. Charles defeated the Exclusionists and dismissed Parliament in 1681, allowing James to return to London. In 1682, Churchill was made Lord Churchill of Eyemouth in the peerage of Scotland and the following year, colonel of the King's Own Royal Regiment of Dragoons.
4 de dic. de 2023 · Mercure St. Albans Noke Hotel St Albans is set 3.1 km away from Verulam Golf Club and nearly 20 minutes' stroll to Aylett Nurseries. This 4-star hotel lies a 10-minute ride from Verulamium Public Park, and offers an à la carte restaurant and an indoor swimming pool onsite.
5 de dic. de 2023 · Holy Roman Emperor Charles V was the most powerful man in Europe in the early 16th century, running a territory that sprawled across the continent and beyond, to the New World. But the man born in Ghent in 1500 and raised in Mechelen would abdicate in Brussels at the age of 55. By Vincenzo De Meulenaere