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    06/08/2022 · Henry. FitzJames. Born on 6 August 1673. Died on 16 December 1702 - Bagnols-sur-Cèze (FR) 29 years old. 1 child.

  2. 06/08/2022 · The King of Scots' chaplain, Henry, has at last arrived, saying he is commissioned to inquire the success of Denmark against Lubeck. Sends him back with Norge King of Arms, who will explain the state of affairs. Desires James to show favor to Henry in his suit touching his benefice of Langforgum. Copenhagen, 18 May 1510. Lat., copy, p. 1. 18 May.

  3. 05/08/2022 · The building consists of two courts or quadrangles; the oldest part dates from the time of Henry VII., when it was built by Bishop Fitzjames, whose arms, impaling those of the see of London, appear on the wall and over the gateway. The hall, the principal apartment in the great quadrangle, is immediately opposite the entrance.

  4. 04/08/2022 · Henry VIII: September 1537, 11-20. Pages 245-262. Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 12 Part 2, June-December 1537. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1891. This free content was digitised by double rekeying and sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

  5. 04/08/2022 · Henry IV (1399–1413) N° Image Name Life Date Notes 93 Henry, Prince of Wales: 1386–1422 1399 Later Henry V, King of England 94 Thomas of Lancaster: 1387–1421 c. 1400 Later Duke of Clarence 95 John of Lancaster: 1389–1435 c. 1400 Later Duke of Bedford 96 Humphrey of Lancaster: 1390–1447 c. 1400 Later Duke of Gloucester 97

  6. 04/08/2022 · Henry the Eght, the Actis done in Skotland, under the honorable lorde, Duke of Nortfolke." On Sunday, 22 Oct., Norfolk went from Berwick with his army royal to Gayncelaw, and camped there. On the 23rd to Banoxburne, where was an alarm that night and four Scots taken "that came for spies and for to steal horses," who were commanded to be hanged next morning.

  7. 04/08/2022 · WARMINSTER belonged to the kings of England before the Conquest, and was still in the hands of William I in 1086. (fn. 1) By 1156 it had been granted to William FitzHamon, (fn. 2) a tenant in several counties and constable of Salisbury Castle in the earlier part of the reign of Henry II. (fn. 3) William held it until 1175, (fn. 4) when it ...