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  1. hace 5 días · 1799–1803 1807–1813 1815. Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, KG, GCB, GCH, PC, FRS (1 May 1769 – 14 September 1852) was an Anglo-Irish soldier and Tory statesman who was one of the leading military and political figures of 19th-century Britain, serving twice as prime minister of the United Kingdom. He is among the commanders who ...

    • 1787–1852
    • Tory (until 1834), Conservative (1834 onwards)
    • Manors
    • Priory Manor
    • Church
    • Advowson
    • Charities

    At the time of the Domesday Surveythere were probably three estates in theparish of STRATFlELDSAYE (fn. 8) —oneassessed at 7½ hides, which Bundi had held of Edwardthe Confessor, and which then belonged to Hugh theson of Baldri; (fn. 9) another which Hugh was holding ofGilbert de Breteville, the holder of the king's manor ofSwallowfield (fn. 10) (co...

    In 1294, when difficulties arose asto the alien priories owing to the warwith France, Edward I had the whole oftheir property and goods valued throughout England. (fn. 86) The Prior of Stratfieldsaye at thattime held a messuage with dovecote within the precincts of the priory manor worth 6s. 8d. a year. Heheld also 100 acres of arable land worth 25...

    The church of OUR LADY is a brickbuilding in the shape of a Greek cross,and was built by George Pitt, afterwardsLord Rivers, in 1784. It was dedicated on 1 September 1758 by John Thomas, Bishop of Salisbury,by permission of Benjamin Hoadley, then Bishopof Winchester. (fn. 92)It consists of a chancel, a nave,and north and south transepts, with a nor...

    A church existed in the parish atthe time of the Domesday Survey. (fn. 93) The advowson was granted to theabbey of St. Mary Vallemont by William de Stoteville. His gift was confirmed by Alice wife of Ellisde Boeles, (fn. 94) but subsequently the abbey seems to havegiven up its right to the advowson to the lords of themanor in return for an annual p...

    The charity of George Pitt andothers for educational purposes and forpoor in sums of 5s. each, formerlyconsisted of a farm in Odiham of 33 acres, purchasedin 1739, with donations of Mrs. Lora Pitt and othermembers of the family. The farm was sold in 1880to Sir Henry Mildmay, bart. The trust funds, whichwere augmented in 1892 by a gift of £100 by th...

  2. hace 5 días · Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington; 1 мая 1769, Дунканкестл — 14 сентября 1852, Лондон) — британский полководец и государственный деятель, фельдмаршал ( 3 июля 1813 ), участник Наполеоновских войн, победитель при Ватерлоо (1815). 25-й (с 22 января 1828 по 22 ноября 1830) и 28-й (с 17 ноября по 10 декабря 1834) премьер-министр Великобритании .

  3. 18/06/2022 · Napoleon then turned his attention to the coalition forces under the Lord Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, who fell back to a carefully selected position on a long east-west ridge at Mont St Jean, a few miles south of the village of Waterloo. It rained all day and night that Saturday.

  4. 16/06/2022 · Wellesley’s second term as lord lieutenant of Ireland (1833–34) ended with the fall of the 2nd Earl Grey ’s reform government. When the Whig Party returned to power (April 1835), he was not sent back to Ireland, and in his rage he threatened to shoot the prime minister, the 2nd Viscount Melbourne.

  5. 12/06/2022 · Arthur Wellesley, First Duke of Wellington, may have been a hero at Waterloo, but his popularity had fallen like a stone, due to his opposition to electoral reform ( source ). Of course today, most people associate Wellington with Waterloo. While Charles, the 2nd Earl Grey, ‘lives on’ through tea!