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  1. Sir Arthur Pole (c. 1502 – 1535), Lord of the Manor of Broadhurst in Sussex; married Jane Lewkenor, daughter of Sir Roger Lewknor and the former Eleanor Tuchet, herself daughter of the 6th Baron Audley and the former Anne Echingham. Lady Ursula Pole, Baroness Stafford (c. 1504 – 12 August 1570), married the 1st Baron Stafford. Ancestors

    • 1462
    • Sir Geoffrey Pole of Worrell and of Wythurn, Edith St John
    • England
    • Wales
    • Scotland
    • Denmark
    • South Africa

    Berkshire 1. Reading, St James's Church. Furnishings of the Lady Chapel (1953). 2. Upper Woolhampton, Douai Abbey. East window of the refectory (1949). Incorporates stained glass from French and Flemish churches destroyed in the First World War. Abbot's throne. High altar of the Abbey Church. Ceiling bosses in the older part of the Abbey Church. Br...

    Clwyd 1. Llandrillo, St Trillo's Church. First north nave window, three lights (1936). Subject: St Trilloand two other saints. 2. Rhuddlan, St Mary's Church. South aisle window, one light (1934). Subject: the Visitation. Gwynedd 1. Tywyn. St Cadfan's Church. South chancel window, two lights. Subject: the Adoration of the Magi. First north aisle win...

    Aberdeenshire 1. Aberdeen, Kirk of St Nicholas, West Kirk. West window of the north aisle (1927). Subject: St Nicholas.

    Capital Region 1. Copenhagen, St Alban's Church. Queen Alexandra Memorial, comprising a tablet and two windows, north wall of the transept (1929). Subject: St Hilda and St Elizabeth of Hungary.

    Gauteng 1. Johannesburg, Johannesburg Anglican Cathedral. Stained-glass windows in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit (1930–1937). Western Cape 1. George, George Cathedral. Three stained-glass windows.

  2. 25/05/2022 · After the period of forced estrangement, the young Boleyn returned to court, again as a lady-in-waiting to Queen Catherine of Aragon. There were also rumors of a relationship between Anne and the English poet Thomas Wyatt, who had grown up in Allington Castle, Kent, in close proximity to Hever Castle.