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  1. 1 de dic. de 2022 · Towle A, Godolphin W. Patients as educators: interprofessional learning for patient-centred care. Medical Teacher 2013, 35(3); 219-225. Towle A, Godolphin W. The neglect of chronic disease self-management in medical education: Involving patients as educators. Academic Medicine 2011; 86: 1350. Towle A, Godolphin W.

  2. Godolphin’s whereabouts at the outbreak of the western rebellion have not been traced, but on 22 July 1549 he was recommended to Russell as the man to enforce the proclamation confiscating the rebels’ property; ‘a better personage to execute it cannot be devised than Sir William Godolphin, who hath been a frontier man’.

  3. Brief Life History of William. When Sir William Godolphin was born in 1518, in Godolphin Cross, Cornwall, England, his father, William Godolphin Esquire, was 39 and his mother, Margaret Glynn, was 28. He married Blanche Langdon about 1536, in Godolphin Cross, Cornwall, England. They were the parents of at least 1 daughter.

  4. Sir William Godolphin MP (1515–1570) was a 16th-century English soldier, knight, politician, and Member of Parliament (MP), whose career has been so confused with that of his father and namesake Sir William Godolphin that it is sometimes difficult to be sure which of the two held which offices. The father was Member for Cornwall and High ...

  5. When William Godolphin Esquire was born about 1480, in Helston, Cornwall, England, his father, John Godolphin, was 18 and his mother, Margaret Trenowyth, was 27. He married Ann Strode in 1505, in Helston, Cornwall, England. He died in 1549, in Cornwall, England, at the age of 70, and was buried in London, England.

  6. Sir William Godolphin (1567–1613), of Godolphin in Cornwall, was an English knight, soldier, and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1604 to 1611. Biography [ edit ] Godolphin was the older son of Sir Francis Godolphin (1540–1608) , also an MP and Governor of the Scilly Isles and his first wife, Margaret Killigrew of Arwenack .

  7. 5 de abr. de 2020 · Godolphin’s great-uncle twice represented Cornwall in Parliament, and in 1558 acquired a Crown lease of the Scillies which made him effectively military commander of the islands.21 Godolphin’s father Sir Francis, an acknowledged mining expert, consolidated the family’s position.