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  1. › wiki › Anne_NevilleAnne Neville - Wikipedia

    20/06/2022 · After the death of Prince Edward, Anne married Richard, Duke of Gloucester, younger brother of King Edward IV and of George, Duke of Clarence, the husband of Anne's elder sister Isabel. Anne became queen when Richard ascended the throne in June 1483, following the declaration that Edward IV's children by Elizabeth Woodville were illegitimate.

    • 25 March 1485, Westminster Abbey, London, England
    • Neville
  2. 30/06/2022 · m firstly (May 1240) ISABEL de Clare, daughter of GILBERT de Clare Earl of Hertford and Gloucester & his wife Isabel Marshal of Pembroke (2 Nov 1226-after 10 Jul 1264).

    • 1210
    • Priory, Guisburn, Yorkshire, England
    • Annandale, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
  3. 30/06/2022 · Nicholas Newton, Thomas Askewe, and Richard Harryong, and Thomas Unsted, and Isabella, his wife. Wood in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 7. William Game, citizen and draper of London, Thomas Carter, and William Dolfyn, and Roger Basterd, and Margaret, his wife, late wife of Sir William Stokkar, knight. Premises in Chelchehythe. Easter Anno 7.

    • Manors
    • Bulstrodes
    • Church
    • Advowson
    • Charities

    A manor of KING'S LANGLEYwas granted to the church of St. Albansby Egelwin le Swarte and Aelfleda his wifein the time of Leofstan, twelfth abbot. (fn. 10) It was lostto the monastery in the disorderly times whichpreceded and followed the Norman invasion, andPaul, who was abbot from 1077 to 1093, madefruitless efforts to recover it. It may have been...

    BULSTRODES, a tenement on the western borderof the parish, consisted of a carucate of land held of themanor of King's Langley by the service of a quarter of aknight's fee and suit of court, (fn. 163) and was in the tenure ofThomas de Bolestrode in1291. (fn. 164) In 1337–8 Edmundde Bolestrode and Maud hiswife conveyed to Payn deMohun a messuage and ...

    The church of ALL SAINTSconsistsof a chancel with north and south chapelsand south vestry, nave with aisles andnorth porch, and west tower. The walls of the chancel are of thirteenth-centurydate, and the nave probably retains the plan of a yetearlier aisleless building. The north aisle of the naveprobably dates from the first half of the fourteenth...

    The patronage of King's Langleyin early times seems to have passedwith the manor of Shendish, asin 1215 a grant of the advowson by Alice wifeof Ralph Chenduit, and her sons Simon and Hugh,to the prior and convent of St. Oswald, Nostell, was confirmed by King John. (fn. 185) In 1234–5Ralph Chenduit confirmed the advowson to theprior, (fn. 186) who h...

    By a scheme of the Charity Commissioners, dated 15 December, 1885,the following charities are amalgamated and placed under one body of trustees;namely:— Dame Mary Cowper (deed 1632), consisting ofrent-charge of £10 issuing out of certain estates inTewkesbury and other parishes, and the rectory ofthe church of Cheltenham (seeparish of Watford). Henr...

  4. 28/06/2022 · Isabella de Bolbec, countess of Oxford, has made fine with the king, by £2228 2s. 9½d., 1 for having custody of the land and her son, the heir of Robert de Vere, formerly earl of Oxford, her husband, so that, beyond that fine, she will answer the king at the Exchequer for £1778 11s. of the debt that the earl owed to the king for several debts.

  5. 01/07/2022 · Upon the death of Isabella, sister and heir of Baldwin de Rivers, (the last Earl of Devon of that family,) who had been married to William de Fortibus, Earl of Albemarle, the castle and honor of Exeter came to the Courtenays.

  6. 01/07/2022 · The Tower of London, officially Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, is a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames in central London. It lies within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, which is separated from the eastern edge of the square mile of the City of London by the open space known as Tower Hill.