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  1. 03/08/2022 · Literature and the Arts Medicine People Philosophy and Religion Places Plants and Animals Science and Technology Social Sciences and the Law Sports and Everyday Life Additional References Articles Daily Reference Encyclopedias almanacs transcripts and maps Bennet, Henry Bennet, Henry...

    • The Spring Garden
    • Later History of The Site
    • Description of New Street, Spring Gardens
    • Spring Gardens (St. Matthew's) Chapel

    Spring Gardens, the little thoroughfare which lies behind the southwest frontage to Charing Cross, derives its name from the Spring Garden,formed, probably, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth in the north-east cornerof St. James's Park as an addition to the pleasure grounds of Whitehall Palace. The Oxford English Dictionary gives as one meaning of "sp...

    When Southwell died, in 1730, he was in possession of the greaterpart of the Spring Garden and had begun to consider plans for its redevelopment. The whole character of this quarter had changed during thepreceding fifty years. In 1694 the bowling green at the southern end, whichuntil then had remained an open space though several times petitioned f...

    The houses generally were of three storeys with a basement andattic. The fronts were in brick with a stone cornice, the ground storey insome cases being rusticated and finished with a plain band. No. 28 had astone modillion cornice at the third floor level and wrought iron balconyfronts to the windows of the principal floor. The entrance doorway wa...

    This chapel was built in 1731. The plan of the building was ofinterest owing to the irregular shape of its site. The chancel was placed atthe south-eastern end within a segmental alcove divided from the main bodyby an elliptical arch. At the back of the altar was an arched window withplaster decorations comprising laurel festoons surmounted by a sh...

  2. 06/08/2022 · In 1672 Charles II arranged a marriage between nine-year-old Henry FitzRoy – one of five illegitimate children he had with one of his favourite mistresses, Barbara Villiers – and Isabella Bennet, the five-year-old heiress of Henry Bennet, 1st Earl of Arlington. Fitzroy is an Anglo-Norman word meaning son of a king – usually one born out of wedlock.

  3. 03/08/2022 · Arlington, Texas– Henry Bennet, 1st Earl of Arlington(indirectly, via Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial)[29] Armourdale, Kansas– Armour brothers (founders of Armour and Company)[28] Arnold, California– Bob and Bernice Arnold (early local merchants) Arnold Heights, California– General Henry H. Arnold[12]: 1390 Arundel, Maine– Lord Arundel

  4. 04/08/2022 · Henry Jermyn, 1st Earl of St Albans: d. 1684 1672 475 William Russell, 5th Earl of Bedford: 1613–1700 1672 Later Duke of Bedford 476 Henry Bennet, 1st Earl of Arlington: 1618–1685 1672 477 Thomas Butler, 6th Earl of Ossory: d. 1680 1672 478 Charles Fitzroy, 1st Earl of Southampton: 1662–1730 1673 Later Duke of Cleveland, Duke of Southampton 479

  5. 05/08/2022 · Thomas Bennet. Nephew of Sir Thomas Bennet (Lord Mayor 1603–4), and brother-in-law of Sir Humphrey May, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. His son Thomas was created a Baronet, one of his daughters married Henry Rolle (Chief Justice), and another was the first wife of Bulstrode Whitelocke, the writer of the Memorials.

  6. 04/08/2022 · In Capt. Boebotome's ship, arrived from London one Squire Bennet, a kinsman of Lord Arlington's, with a considerable cargo; whilst aboard he went by another name. "Here is one Mr. Audry, the brother-in-law to Sir Thomas Lynch; upon your account hath made him Lieutenant of the Assistance these 10 months, and in that capacity comes now home."