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  1. 8 de ene. de 2023 · George William Frederick Villiers, 4th earl of Clarendon, (born Jan. 12, 1800, London—died June 27, 1870, London), British foreign secretary under four prime ministers at various times from 1853, including the Crimean War period; he was known as “the great Lord Clarendon.”. After serving as a customs commissioner in Dublin and Paris, Villiers was ...

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  2. 25 de ene. de 2023 · Born, say 1605 to Edward Fuller of Redenhall, Norfolk, England. Married Frances (perhaps Iyde) about 1625 in England. Their child: Elizabeth (Fuller) Rowley. His death date is not of record, but his will was written on July 25, 1678 and the inventory of his estate was made on Aug. 22, 1678. Source: Anderson:Great Migration Study Project

  3. 25 de ene. de 2023 · Clarendon Square stood on a site formerly occupied by the barracks of the Life Guards, and was built round the space occupied by the Polygon. The agreement for building the latter was made in 1793 (fn. 121) between Jacob Leroux, who held the land on lease from Lord Somers and lived himself in Somers Town, and Job Hoare, carpenter, of St. Pancras.

  4. 15 de ene. de 2023 · Lord Clarendon, when Lord Chancellor under Charles II., having built his magnificent house soon after the sale of Dunkirk to Louis XIV., about the year 1664, found that he had incurred in the eyes of the people the full blame of the transaction, and that his mansion was called by the public not Clarendon but Dunkirk House, on the supposition that it had been built with French money.

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    Clarendon was named in honour of the Lord Chancellor Sir Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon. One of Jamaica’s youngest parishes, Clarendon was formed from a combination of three parishes: St. Dorothy’s, Vere and the old parish of Clarendon. Before the merger, its capital was Chapelton. Prior to the arrival of the Spaniards and the English, the Tainos, ...

    Clarendon is located at the southern side of Jamaica, roughly halfway between the eastern and western ends of the island. It is bordered on the north by St. Ann, on the west by Manchester, on the east by St. Catherine and on the south by the Caribbean Sea. Clarendon is predominantly a wide plain, lying between the Braziletto Mountains in the east a...

    May Pen The capital of Clarendon, May Pen, was once part of a property owned by Rev. William May. It is said to have begun as merely two inns on the bank of the Rio Minho. The town grew rapidly and in 1938 it was made the capital of the parish. It is now a large town and boasts many churches, factories, a courthouse, modern libraries and numerous s...

    Hon. Daisy McFarlane Coke, OJ,born in Spalding’s, Clarendon, was an actuary who has the distinction of being the first Black woman to qualify as Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in 1970. She became the first president of the Caribbean Actuarial Association. Hon. Claude McKay, OJ, born in Sunnyville, Clarendon, was a Jamaican-American writer and...

  5. 28 de ene. de 2023 · The bride was born in 1988 as third of the six daughters of Count Riprand von und zu Arco-Zinneberg and his wife Archduchess Maria-Beatrix “Beatrice” of Austria-Este. Her father’s mother was a daughter of Princess Gundelinde of Bavaria, while her mother was the granddaughter of the last emperor of Austria, Karl.