History Earls of Lichfield, first creation (1645) The first creation, in the Peerage of England, was in December 1645 by King Charles I for his 4th cousin Charles Stewart (1639–1672), whose youngest uncle Lord Bernard Stewart (1623-26 September 1645) (youngest son of Esmé Stewart, 3rd Duke of Lennox), had been due to be created Earl of Lichfield by Charles I for his actions at the battles ...
History Prehistory and Roman. The area now known as Wem is believed to have been settled prior to the Roman Conquest of Britain, by the Cornovii, Celtic Iron Age settlers: there is an Iron Age hillfort at nearby Bury Walls occupied over into the Roman period, and the Roman Road from Uriconium to Deva Victrix ran close by to the east at Soulton.
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Biographical information about David Doull and Edinburgh photographer including a list of named negatives held by the Edinburgh Central Library. DOW PER. 1658-1850 C Photocopies of 19th century family history. Also mentioned CAMPBELLS of Otter, 1658-1850; CAMPBELLS of Ardmarnock. DOWAL see McNAB. DOWIE 1800-1920 see AUCHTERLONE
An Introduction to the History of the English Language is a comprehensive exploration of the linguistic and cultural development of English, from Old English to the present-day English.