26 de mar. de 2023 · — Thomas Grey, Marquis of Dorset, having become possessed of Shute-park, and other large estates in this county, by a marriage with the heiress of Bonville, resided occasionally at Shute. All these estates were forfeited by the attainder of his son Henry, who had been created Duke of Suffolk, in 1551, and was beheaded in 1554.
26 de mar. de 2023 · In 1316 it was held in dower by the first Sir John Grey's relict Margaret and her husband Robert Morby, from the 1330s to 1360s all or part was held by Sir Ralph de Grey, presumably a relative, and in the later 1360s the 2nd Lord Grey leased the quarter for their lives to Edmund Giffard and his wife; a small part was held by the Quatremayns family in the late 14th century and early 15th.
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25 de mar. de 2023 · Thomas de Grey, Esq. son and heir of Edmund, married first Anne , daughter of Henry Everard of Lynsted in Suffolk, Esq. secondly, Temperancé, daughter of Sir Simond Carew of Anthony in Cornwall , by whom he had no issue; she outlived him, held Bunwell in jointure, and remarried to Sir Christopher Heydon of Baconsthorp, Knt.; he died seized of …
19 de mar. de 2023 · Thomas Hill by his will proved in P.R. 16 August 1921 gave £100, the income to be applied by the vicar and churchwardens in the purchase of coal for the poor, the charity to be called 'Thomas and Sarah Hill's Charity'. The money was invested and produces about £5 yearly.
24 de mar. de 2023 · Este Marquesado estaba constituido por dos núcleos bien definidos pero territorialmente discontinuos: el primero con las Curatoríe de Dore y de Bitti, de naturaleza accidentada, como bien saben y que habían pertenecido al Giudicato de Logudoro o de Torres; y el segundo, con la Curatoría de Gallura Gemini, situada en el noroeste de la Isla.
26 de mar. de 2023 · HOUSE OF BENEDICTINE NUNS 7. THE ABBEY OF SHAFTESBURY. The Benedictine nunnery of Shaftesbury is generally, though not universally, ascribed to the foundation of Alfred the Great about the year 888; the king, by his charter in honour of God the Blessed Virgin and all the saints, conferring on the nunnery, over which his daughter Elfgiva, Æthelgeofu or Algiva, presided as abbess, 100 hides of ...