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    Hace 2 días · The Earl of Warwick's rival for leadership of the new regime was Thomas Wriothesley, 1st Earl of Southampton, whose conservative supporters had allied with Warwick's followers to create a unanimous council which they and observers, such as the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V's ambassador, expected to reverse Somerset's policy of religious reform.

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    NEWNHAM REGIS or KING'SNEWNHAM is not mentioned in Domesday Book, unless the hide held by Ansegisof Geoffrey de Wirce in Newnham Paddox includesthis Newnham also. (fn. 11) It must have been before theConquest that the place was part of the king's property,as its name and popular belief in 1275 asserted thatit had been, (fn. 12) for between 1123 and...

    The church which stood about aquarter of a mile west of the village wasstill in use in 1730, when Dr. Thomaswrote: (fn. 32)'The seats are very handsome; on the walls ofthe Church are painted in fresco the four Evangelists infull proportion, on the northside wall of the Chancell,the offerings of the wise men, and on the south wall,the taking down of...

    The church was probably given toKenilworth Priory along with themanor by Geoffrey de Clinton, beingappropriated to the priory by Bishop William (1215–24) 'for the support of the poor and of hospitality'. (fn. 33) In 1291 it was valued at £5. (fn. 34) The vicarage was worth£5 in 1535. (fn. 35) The rectory and advowson descendedwith the manor, an arr...

  2. 12 de sept. de 2023 · It’s no surprise I doubted I would find any signs of prosperity going further back over the years, but there are flashes that prove this doubter wrong – and they are both called Thomas! Thomas Wriothesley, First Earl of Southampton by Hans Holbein the Younger.

  3. 27 de ago. de 2023 · Thomas Wriothesley, 1st Earl of Southampton (21 December 1505 – 30 July 1550), KG was an English peer, secretary of state, Lord Chancellor and Lord High Admiral. A naturally skilled but unscrupulous and devious politician who changed with the times and personally tortured Anne Askew, Wriothesley served as a loyal instrument of King ...

  4. 2 de sept. de 2023 · The Grindlay family ( Old English: [ compound] Grēne / Grynde + Leāh / Leā) is an Anglo - Scottish knightly family of medieval origin. [1] [2] [3] The family now has two primary branches, one in the English Midlands and the other in the former Scottish Marches, with a small presence in Ireland, North America, New Zealand, and South Africa.

  5. 20 de sept. de 2023 · After her attainder in consequence of her share in these conspiracies Warblington was granted temporarily to William earl of Southampton, and to Sir Thomas Wriothesley, the king's secretary. In 1551 it was finally entailed on Sir Richard Cotton, kt., whose son George succeeded to it at his death in 1556.