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  1. 29 de nov. de 2023 · Book: Persecution and Toleration in Protestant England 1558-1689 John Coffey London, Longman, 2000, ISBN: 582304644X; 224pp. Reviewer: Dr Keith Lindley University of Ulster at Coleraine Citation: Dr Keith Lindley, review of Persecution and Toleration in Protestant England 1558-1689, (review no. 192)

  2. 30 de nov. de 2023 · Henry Fane, his grandson, assumed the name of Vane, the antient one of his ancestors, which his posterity have continued to use ever since. In the 17th year of king James I. he was knighted at Whitehall, from which time he acted a conspicuous part in the public affairs of this nation, and was chosen to sit in every succeeding ...

  3. 27 de nov. de 2023 · Marriage: Sir Henry Vane about 1640. Died: 1679 about age 50. Frances married Sir Henry Vane, son of Sir Henry Vane and Frances Darcy, about 1640. (Sir Henry Vane was born between 1613 and 1625 and died in 1662.)

  4. 1 de dic. de 2023 · Son of Mr. Henry Forth, Alderman of London, and of Albinia, youngest and posthumous daughter of Sir Henry Vane, of Raby. 63. Died of the plague in 1597. 64. Father of George Bell, Rector of Croft. 65. Rector of Gateshead. 66. Reg. I. Eccl. Dun. part II. fo. 36. 67. Allan's Notes. 68. Terrier 1806. 69. “Haverford West, in Wales.” 70.

  5. 28 de nov. de 2023 · PARISH OF HAUGHTON-LE-SKERNE. The Parish of Haughton-le-Skerne is bounded by Aycliffe, Stainton, and Bishopton on the North, by Long-Newton on the East, by Dinsdale on the South-east, by Hurworth on the South, by Darlington on the West, and by Heighington on the North-west. This extensive Parish includes eight Constableries: 1.

  6. 29 de nov. de 2023 · Sir Henry Vane, a distinguished character during the civil war, had a house at Hampstead, where he resided at the time of the Restoration . It is supposed to be that which is now the property of James Pilgrim, Esq. and belonged to the celebrated Dr. Butler, Bishop of Durham.

  7. 27 de nov. de 2023 · Admiral Sir George Ayscue (c. 1616 – 5 April 1672) was an English naval officer who served in the English Civil War and the Anglo-Dutch Wars who rose to the rank of Admiral of the White. He also served as Governor of Scilly Isles (1647) and Governor of Barbados (1650–1652). Biography