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  1. 04/08/2022 · Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford: c. 1500–1552 1541 Later Duke of Somerset 307 Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey: c. 1517–1547 1541 Degraded 1547 308 Sir John Gage: d. 1556 1541 309 Anthony Wingfield: d. 1552 1541 310 John Dudley, 7th Viscount Lisle: 1504–1553 1543 Degraded 1553; Later Duke of Northumberland 311 William Paulet, 1st Baron St John

  2. 03/08/2022 · langnock), which originally formed part of the manor of weston, was given to the knights templars by gilbert de clare, first earl of pembroke, who died in 1148, (fn. 98) and was confirmed to them by william marshal, husband of gilbert's granddaughter and heir isabel. (fn. 99) it remained in the possession of the templars until the suppression of …

  3. 05/08/2022 · Account of the creation of the earls of Hertford and Southampton. Upon St. Luke's day the 6th day after the birth of the foresaid prince Edward, Thursday, 18 Oct. 1537, 29 Hen. VIII., was viscount Beauchamp created earl of Hertford, and Sir Wm. Fitzwilliam, lord Admiral, created earl of Southampton.

  4. 05/08/2022 · Dudley North. 4th son of the 4th Lord North, and brother of the 1st Earl of Guilford (Lord Chancellor) and of Roger North (author of the Examen and of Lives of the Norths). He was an early advocate of Free Trade, and is described by Macaulay as 'one of the ablest men of the time.'

  5. 02/08/2022 · Seymour, Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron (1508–49). Seymour played for high stakes and lost. He was the brother of Jane Seymour, Henry VIII's third wife, and the younger brother of Somerset, protector to the young Edward VI. His spectacular rise began with his sister's marriage in May 1536.

  6. www.british-history.ac.uk › london-record-soc › volIndex | British History Online

    06/08/2022 · Ryder, Dudley, Viscount Sandon (later Earl of Harrowby), 240, 243 St Albans (Herts.), 90 St Clair-Erskine, James, 2nd Earl of Rosslyn, 254, 260-1, 271 St David's, Bishop of, 95-6 St Germans (Cornw.), 90 St Ives (Hunts.), 157 St John, St Andrew (later Baron St John of Bletso), 60, 90 Salt, Samuel, 60 Sandon, Viscount, see Ryder, Dudley

  7. 02/08/2022 · Among the remaining monuments in St. Edmund's Chapel are those of Monck, Bishop of Hereford (1661); the Duchess of Suffolk (1558); Francis Holles, son of the Earl of Clare (1622); Lady Jane Seymour (1560); Sir Bernard Brocas (1400); Sir Humphrey Bourchier (1470); Eleanor de Bohun, Duchess of Gloucester (1399)—this is a monumental brass, representing the deceased in her conventual dress, as a nun of Barking Abbey; Robert Waldby, Archbishop of York (1397); and Mary, Countess of ...