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  1. 16/06/2022 · The actor has been married twice and had one son from his first marriage and a son and a daughter from his second marriage. In 1966, the prolific actor married Jean Taynton, a teacher. The couple stayed together for 14 years and separated. Jean was six years older than him. The couple welcomed their first child, son, Ian in 1972.

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  3. 01/06/2022 · Our principal authority for the exploits of Knollys, or Canolles, is the old chronicler Jean Froissart, who was a coeval of our hero, for he was born in 1338 and died somewhere about 1410; but there are other records too, perhaps more trustworthy.

    • The Development of Newent Town
    • The Buildings of Newent Town
    • Outlying Settlements and Buildings

    Streets and Street Names

    The town of Newent developed from the 13th centuryon an irregular plan, probably inherited in its essentialsfrom the Anglo-Saxon and early Norman village. Itsmain trading street follows a convoluted course withseveral changes of alignment. (fn. 5)The road fromGloucester enters the town from the east and afterperforming two almost right-angled bends reaches thetown centre from a north-easterly direction, while theroad from Ross-on-Wye enters at the north, where itjoins the route from Dymock an...

    The Middle Ages

    Newent parish church, recorded from 1181, stands onthe north-west side of Church Street, very probably ona pre-Conquest site. (fn. 37) West of the church the domesticand farm buildings of Newent priory, from whichCormeilles abbey administered estates it acquiredlocally following the Conquest, occupied a largeprecinct in the 13th and 14th centuries, bounded to thesouth and west by a long wall following the curvingcourse of the town's main thoroughfare. (fn. 38) The market town that formed arou...

    The Early Modern Period and Nineteenth Century

    The main change within the town in the early modernperiod was the refronting of many of its timberframed houses with brick. The prosperous years ofthe late 17th century and early 18th prompted alsosome more extensive and prestigious rebuildings: themost notable were at the Tan House in Lux Lane, atthe house of the Skinner family at the far end of theinner part of Church Street, (fn. 73) and at the two largesthouses in the town, almost the only ones standingdetached in their own grounds, namel...

    Boothall and Market House

    The most significant medieval building in Newent townis the former boothall, which presumably, as withstructures so designated elsewhere, served as both courtand market house. (fn. 126) Surviving as the northern end ofno 1 Broad Street (a grocery shop since the mid 19thcentury), (fn. 127) details indicate a construction date in themid to late 15th century. (fn. 128) The building, whichcomprised a hall open to the roof ridge above anundercroft, had a high standard of finish inside andout. The...

    Domestic Buildings

    In Newent's old centre many houses, of a fairly uniformsize and type, were built between about 1400 and 1660with timber frames, of which only a few are not hiddenbehind later fabric. Many, especially in the parts ofChurch, High, and Culver Streets most distant fromMarket Square, remained in domestic use in 2007.Those described here can only give an indication ofcharacter and uses. In this section modern street namesare used. The buildings of the 15th century and early to mid16th tended to be...

    Outside the town the parish was populated in the earlyMiddle Ages in a pattern of small scattered farmsteads.A rental of Newent manor c.1315 listed 81 houses inCompton, Malswick, and Cugley, the tithings wheremost of its tenant lands lay. (fn. 153) With an unknown quantityof tenant houses on the smaller manors in those tithingsand on the Boulsdon a...

  4. 18/06/2022 · Arnold Craig Taynton Arnold Taynton's passing on Sunday, April 17, 2022 has been publicly announced by Brown Funeral Homes South Berkeley Chapel in Inwood, WV. Legacy...

  5. 29/05/2022 · Taynton Limestone Formation United Kingdom. A member of the family Rhamphorhynchidae. The type species is K. rochei. Mistralazhdarcho. Gen. et sp. nov Valid Vullo et al. Late Cretaceous France. A member of the family Azhdarchidae. Genus includes new species M. maggii. Serradraco. Gen. et comb. nov Valid Rigal, Martill & Sweetman

  6. 10/06/2022 · Ronald L. Destefani II, 55, of Middlebury Center, passed away on Wednesday, June 8, 2022 at his home. He was born on Dec. 8, 1966 in Dover, Ohio, a son of Ronald and Lois (Clemens) Destefani....