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  1. Hace 1 día · Charles extended the Burgundian territory with the annexation of Tournai, Artois, Utrecht, Groningen, and Guelders. The Seventeen Provinces had been unified by Charles's Burgundian ancestors, but nominally were fiefs of either France or the Holy Roman Empire.

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    BYFLEET is not in the original grantto Chertsey Abbey in the alleged foundation charter of 673, but is includedand confirmed in the later charter of Frithwald,attributed to 727, (fn. 4) which, however, includes landgranted at various times before the Norman Conquest,and must be looked upon merely as an assertion bythe monks of their claims, perhaps...

    The first mention of the PARK ofByfleet occurs in 1337; it was probablynot imparked before the manor came intothe king's hands. In 1337 John de Chestre wasgranted the custody of the park and warren ofByfleet, with a robe worth a mark, or a mark, everyyear for his fee and 2d. daily for his wages. (fn. 60) Nordengives an interesting account of the pa...

    The church of ST. MARY THEVIRGINconsists of a chancel 19 ft. 6 12 ft. 7 in., south chapel and baptistery,south vestry, nave 42 ft. 10 in. by 17 ft. 2 in., northporch and south aisle 19 ft. 1 in. wide, all internaldimensions. The chancel and nave seem to have been built earlyin the 14th century, and are of very plain detail.The dressings of th...

    The church of Byfleet was amongthe possessions of the abbey of Chertsey at the time of the DomesdaySurvey, (fn. 72) and it so continued until after 1284, inwhich year Geoffrey de Lucy, who held Byfleet of theabbey, was patron of the church. (fn. 73) Shortly after this,however, the church passed into the king's hands withthe manor (q.v.). (fn. 74) F...

    The charities include Smith's, as inother Surrey parishes, also a sum of£11 10s. under the will of 'LadyMargaret Bruce,' probably Margaret daughter of thefourth Lord Balfour of Burleigh, who would havebeen Baroness Balfour of Burleigh but for the attainder in 1715 of her elder brother, whose heirshe was. She died in 1769.

  2. 24 de feb. de 2023 · Charles the Bold, the fourth and last Valois Duke of Burgundy, was born to Isabel of Portugal on November 10, 1433, at Dijon, Burgundy. For political reasons, he was married to Catherine of Valois, daughter of King Charles VII of France. Once widowed, his father arranged a marriage to Isabella of Bourbon, who also died after giving birth to a ...

  3. 6 de mar. de 2023 · Catherine de Thoire et Villars (de Thoire-Villars) Birthdate: estimated between 1240 and 1300. Death: before January 09, 1312. Immediate Family: Daughter of Humbert III, seigneur de Thoire et Villars and Jordane de Grandson. Wife of Amé Damas, Baron de Cousan, Seigneur de Lugny et d'Urbise n and Amé Dalmas, Baron de Cousan.

    • estimated between 1240 and 1300
    • January 16, 2020
    • before January 09, 1312
    • Geoffrey David Trowbridge
  4. 25 de feb. de 2023 · 6 October. The Danish royal court has revealed that Queen Margrethe II of Denmark will celebrate her 50th jubilee as a queen with a full program between 10 January and 16 January 2022. There will also be interviews, TV documentaries and book releases. In connection with the jubilee, an official logo has been released.

  5. 24 de feb. de 2023 · Arnold of Egmont, Duke of Guelders, died on February 23, 1473, enabling Charles the Bold to take possession of the duchy and Zutphen. The Gueldrois, however, had other ideas and fought for their independence. Charles besieged Nijmegen for three weeks. After the fall of the city, he subdued the rest of the area.

  6. 25 de feb. de 2023 · The Guelders Wars were a series of conflicts between the Duchy of Guelders and the Habsburg Netherlands which lasted for more than forty years (1502-1543) before finally ending with a victory for the latter and the creation of the Seventeen Provinces.