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  1. 23 de may. de 2023 · She had been both married and widowed twice, by Sir Edward Burgh and John Neville, and was in love with the influential Thomas Seymour before she caught the King’s eye. In order to remain at court following Neville’s death, Katherine utilised her late mother’s friendship with Catherine of Aragon to reestablish her own closeness with her daughter, Lady Mary.

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    From before the time of the DomesdaySurvey two manors were in existence inKing's Walden. Each was estimated at1 hide, and in the time of Earl Harold both wereheld of him, one by Leueva, the other by Asgar'swidow. At the time of the Survey the former was inthe king's hands, the latter was still held by Asgar'swidow, of the king. (fn. 8) These two ma...

    One manor of KING'S WALDEN, afterwardscalled DUXWORTH, was granted at an early date tothe family of Delamare, (fn. 10) who were holding in theneighbouring parish of Offley. Early in the 13thcentury Robert son of Osbert Delamare (fn. 11) held King'sWalden by the service of one knight's fee. (fn. 12) Robertforfeited his lands in 1224 as an ally of Fa...

    In 1613 a messuage called WANDE MEADE,probably situated in the hamlet of Wandon End, washeld by Thomas Rudd, who died in that year. (fn. 54) Hisson Thomas, who succeeded him, held it till his deathin 1636, when he left a son Thomas, aged fouryears. (fn. 55) This last Thomas was holding in 1657. (fn. 56) Among the possessions of the Crown enumerated...

    In 1540 there was a RECTORY MANOR in thisparish attached to the church which had formed partof the possessions of the priory of Old Malton,Yorkshire. (fn. 60) There is no previous record of thismanor, which had probably been granted to thispriory by Walter de Nevill with the advowson ofthe church. (fn. 61) After the Dissolution it was grantedin 155...

    The parish church of ST. MARY,lying to the west of King's Waldenbury,is faced with flint; the dressings are ofstone. The chancel and north vestry are tiled, andthe rest of the church is roofed with lead. The naveand tower have embattled parapets. The churchconsists of a chancel, nave and aisles, south porch,north vestry and west tower. The original...

    In the middle of the 13th centuryWalter de Nevill, then holding themanor of King's Walden, grantedthe advowson of the church to John, Prior of Maltonin Yorkshire. (fn. 63) It remained in the possession of thepriory of Malton, who appropriated the church, untilthe Dissolution. (fn. 64) In 1550 the king granted therectory and advowson to Ralph Sadlei...

    In 1616 Richard Hale, citizen andgrocer of London, by his will chargedland known as Holland's Farm atCodicote with an annuity of £5, of which £1 waspayable to the vicar for sermons on certain Sundaysand £4 to be distributed amongst the neediestinhabitants. William Smith—as appears from a deed of appointment of trustees dated in 1771—by his will dev...

  2. 23 de may. de 2023 · The current Private Secretary to The Queen is The Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Young KCVO, who took up the role on the 1st September 2017. Sir Edward had earlier served as Deputy Private Secretary and Assistant Private Secretary, having joined The Royal Household in 2004.

  3. 23 de may. de 2023 · Ela havia sido casada e viúva duas vezes, por Sir Edward Burgh e John Neville, e estava apaixonada pelo influente Thomas Seymour antes de chamar a atenção do rei. A fim de permanecer na corte após a morte de Neville, Katherine utilizou a amizade de sua falecida mãe com Catarina de Aragão para restabelecer sua própria proximidade com sua filha, Lady Mary.

  4. 27 de may. de 2023 · Ela, que já havia se casado e tornado viúva duas vezes — por Sir Edward Burgh e John Neville —, estava apaixonada por outro homem, o influente barão e político Thomas Seymour, quando despertou o interesse de Henrique VIII.

  5. 24 de may. de 2023 · Sir John de Burgh (kt. by 1353) possessed the Swaffham manor, which he settled on feoffees in 1385, until his death c. 1392–3, after which his widow Catherine held it as her jointure, probably living there, until she died c. 1409–10.

  6. 24 de may. de 2023 · Witnesses:—Sir Robert Banyard, Sir Edward Charles, Sir Thomas Bavent, Sir William de Calthorp, Sir Robert de Ingelose, knights, and others (named). Yelvertone, Tuesday the feast of St. Nicholas the Bishop, 17 Edward II.

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