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  1. Hace 5 días · The College was founded in July 1594 under the terms of the will of Frances Sidney, Countess of Sussex, who died in 1589, the Letters Patent of foundation being obtained by her executors who, with difficulty, acquired the present site in September 1595.

  2. Hace 6 días · It was ultimately reburied at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, in 1960. Cromwell has been variously described as a military dictator by Winston Churchill, and as a hero of liberty by John Milton, Thomas Carlyle, and Samuel Rawson Gardiner. The debate over his historical reputation continues.

  3. Hace 5 días · The foundress was the Lady Frances Sidney, Countess of Sussex. The fourth daughter of Sir William Sidney, she was born in 1531, and married in 1555 Thomas Radcliffe, Viscount Fitzwalter, afterwards Earl of Sussex. She died on 9 March 1589, and was buried in Westminster Abbey. Her will is a lengthy document with a large number of bequests.

  4. 20 de may. de 2024 · Dr John Rae (Sidney Sussex}, headmaster of Westminster School, writer and broadcaster; Alison Richard (Newnham), Provost of Yale University and Vice-chancellor of Cambridge University; Sir Evelyn Robert de Rothschild (Trinity), Governor of the London School of Economics and council member at RADA

  5. 30 de abr. de 2024 · Listen now. Cromwell’s head is in a biscuit tin in Cambridge. Oliver Cromwell, one of the most influential and divisive figures in British history, was born in Huntingdon and his decapitated head...

  6. 29 de abr. de 2024 · Oliver went to the local grammar school and then for a year attended Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. After his father’s death, he left Cambridge to look after his widowed mother and sisters but is believed to have studied for a time at Lincolns Inn in London , where country gentlemen were accustomed to acquire a smattering of ...

  7. Hace 3 días · In February 1661 some 72 Friends, mostly women, were committed to the Tolbooth, some for refusing to take the oath of obedience, others for attending a conventicle at the Quaker house near Sidney Sussex College. In 1667 ten Quakers were taken in the house of the shoemaker, William Brazier.