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  1. 01/01/2022 · Arabella FitzJames (1674 – 7 November 1704); became a nun From her children Henrietta, Countess of Newcastle, and James, Duke of Berwick, she is an ancestor of the Earls Spencer and Diana, Princess of Wales as well as of the Dukes of Berwick , the later Dukes of Alba and of Cayetana Fitz-James Stuart, 18th Duchess of Alba , the person with the most noble titles in the world.

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  3. 03/01/2022 · Charles CALVERT is geboren, zoon van Piers BUTLER en Henrietta FITZJAMES. Deze informatie is onderdeel van Ancestral Trails 2016 van Patti Lee Salter op Genealogie Online.

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    (1) The Abbey Church of St. Mary and St.Edward (86182290), now reduced to little more thanits foundations, lies on the E. of the area formerlyoccupied by Alfred's borough. Shaftesbury Abbey wasthe wealthiest Benedictine nunnery in England; itsfoundation is generally ascribed to King Alfred, whosedaughter Aethelgeofu is the first recorded abbess:Monasterium juxta orientalem portam Sceftesburg, habitationi sanctimonialium habile, idem praefatus rex aedificari imperavit; in quo propriam filiam suam Aethelgeofu, devotamDeo virginem, abbatissam constituit. (fn. 14) The 15th-centurycartulary (B. M., Harley, 61) (fn. 15) includes a number ofolder charters, some of them apparently genuine andreferring to lands later held by the abbey. The oldest,datable between 670 and 676, is a grant to Abbot Bectun of thirty households at Fontmell; (fn. 16) the grant wassuccessfully disputed by the neighbouring minster ofTisbury, (fn. 17) but the property was held by Shaftesbury in1066. Similar grants to...

    High Street (7) The Town Hall stands on the W. of St. Peter'schurch (2), on the S. side of High Street. Because ofthe sharply falling ground it is of two storeys on the N.and of three on the S.; the walls are of ashlar and theroofs are slate-covered (Plate 61). The building datesfrom 1826 (Salisbury Journal, 5 Aug.) and the clocktower on the N. front was added in 1879; the N. porchprobably is contemporary with the tower. In the S. front the second floor is marked by a hollow-chamfered string-course, and the parapet rises above a string-course of bolder profile; these features are continuous on theE. and N. fronts. Until recently the N. and S. fronts hadcrenellated parapets, and a stone shield at the centre of the S.front bore the date 1827; the corresponding part of the N.front is masked by the clock-tower. The two lower storeys ofthe S. front and the lower storey on the N. were originallyopen arcades of five bays, with chamfered, elliptical-headedarchways, presumably providing acco...

    The Saxon Borough has no positively identifiableremains. Asser's record that the Abbey was established'juxta orientalem portam Sceftesbury' (De rebus gestisAlfredi, 98, 2) indicates that the borough lay westwardsfrom the abbey church, and military considerationsconfirm such a location, for it is there that the steepsided Greensand spur would be most easily defended.Seven hundred hides (Birch, 1335—the oldest textomits the entry) point to a wall 960 yards long (Robertson, A–S. Charters, 246–9). The borough probablyoccupied the end of the spur with a rampart acrossthe neck, perhaps on the line of Magdalene Lane. Aslight but continuous rise in the level of the groundimmediately N.E. of this lane may be a vestige of therampart. Camden records 'a tradition that an old citiestood upon the place which is called the castle greene'(Britannia, 215). (138) Ditch and Platform(856228), remains of a formercastle on the N.W. extremity of the Greensand promontory,occupy a small triangular spur a li...

    Coins of Commodus, Diocletian, and Constantineare reported from Barton Hill (868231); 'Romanpottery' found with mediaeval sherds S.S.E. of LaytonHouse (864227) could be connected with this site(Hutchins III, 80; Dorset Procs., LXXI (1949), 67).It is claimed that 'architectural remains of the Doricorder' were found here (W.A.M., VII (1862), 252).

  4. 06/01/2022 · Posted on January 14, 2022. by JuliaH. 2. 1st Baron Abergavenny. William Beauchamp was the 3rd surviving son of the 11th Earl of Warwick and his wife Katherine Mortimer, a daughter of Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March. William’s eldest brother Guy died in battle, his second brother became the 12th earl. Another brother died young.

  5. 08/01/2022 · The Radcliffe Library was finished in 1749 from the designs of James Gibbs. Since 1860 it has formed part of the Bodleian Library. The new building of the library, on the N. side of Broad Street, was begun in 1937. The Schools Quadrangle (109½ ft. by 102 ft.) is entered by a gate-house with a tower above in the middle of the E. range.

  6. 07/01/2022 · 67 years old celebrities. First name King James. James II and VII were King of England and Ireland Jacques II, and King of Scotland Jacques VII, from February 6, 1685 until his dismissal during the Glorious Revolution of 1688. He was the monarch of the Catholic Church , finally England, Scotland and Ireland; His reign is now remembered mainly ...

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