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  1. Hace 22 horas · Field Marshal Sir Henry Hughes Wilson, 1st Baronet, GCB, DSO (5 May 1864 – 22 June 1922) was one of the most senior British Army staff officers of the First World War and was briefly an Irish unionist politician. Wilson served as Commandant of the Staff College, Camberley, and then as Director of Military Operations at the War Office, in ...

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    Ethelbald, King of Mercia, gave themonastery (coenobium) at COOKHAMto the church of Canterbury, and it wasafterwards taken from it by Offa and Coenwulf. Thelatter restored it at the request of ArchbishopsBregowine and Jaenberht, and it was finally adjudgedto the see of Canterbury at the council of Clovesho in798. Thereupon Archbishop thelheard gave it tothe Abbess Cynedritha in exchange for certain manorsin Kent. (fn. 21) Land in Cookham is mentioned in the willof the ealdorman Aelfheah (96575) when he bequeathed his estate here to 'his royal lord.' (fn. 22) Fromthis time Cookham seems to have become a royalestate, and a 'witan' was held here by Ethelred II. (fn. 23) At the Conquest Cookham belonged to the Crown,and in 1086 was assessed at 20 hides and containedwoodland for a hundred swine. (fn. 24) The manor formedpart of the dowry of the Queens of England from thereign of Edward I, who assigned the manor in 1281to his mother Eleanor, (fn. 25) until the end of the reignof Henry VII...

    The church of the HOLY TRINITYconsists of a chancel about 32 ft. 6 in.by 17 ft. 6 in., north chapel 24 ft.10 in. by 19 ft. (now used as an organ chamber andvestry), south chapel 23 ft. 7 in. by 16 ft. 9 in., nave66 ft. 7 in. by 21 ft. 2 in., north aisle 38 ft. 9 in.by 16 ft. 10 in., south aisle 69 ft. 2 in. by 14 ft.,west tower 17 ft. by 16 ft. 3 in. and a moderntimber south porch. These measurements are allinternal. The nave dates from the middle of the 12thcentury, but the only detail of this period survivingis the north-west window. The chancel was rebuiltabout 1200, to which date the north chapel probablybelongs, and a few years later the short north aislewas added. Towards the end of the same centurythe north arcade of the nave, which consists of twoindependent arches, was rebuilt (the earlier openingsbeing perhaps enlarged), the chancel arch was reconstructed and the south aisle was added. Early in the14th century the south aisle was continued eastwardto form the south chapel....

    There was a church at Cookhamin 1086 held by Reinbald the priest,and having two clerks attached. (fn. 156) The church with its chapels was given with Reinbald's other possessions to the abbey of Cirencesterby Henry I, (fn. 157) and had been appropriated to theabbey before 1291. (fn. 158) After the Dissolution therectory and advowson were granted in 1541 toThomas Weldon, (fn. 159) and followed the descent ofCannon Court (fn. 160) (q.v.). William Plummer was patronuntil 1829, but shortly after this date the advowsonwas sold to John Rogers, who held it in 1836, (fn. 161)andwhose great-grandson, Col. John M. Rogers, D.S.O.,is the present patron. In 1341 Hugh de Morton obtained licence for anoratory at his manor of La Hoo in Cookham. (fn. 162) William Norreys of Cookham by a will of 1493 leftbequests to the lights of Holy Cross, All Souls, OurLady and St. Anne, St. Catherine, St. Clement,St. Nicholas and 'the torch light' in CookhamChurch, and desired to be buried on the north sideof the...

    The following charities have beenconsolidated by a scheme of theCharity Commissioners of 23 October1903 under the title of the Parochial Charitiesnamely, the charities of: James Smith the elder, citizen and salter, ofLondon, founded by deed, 1661, consisting of ayearly payment of 10 8s. received from the Salters'Company (see under Maidenhead). Chapman, yearly payment of 5 4s. receivedfrom the Ironmongers' Company, London. Robert Winch, trust fund, 16 9s. 1d. 2 per cent.annuities with the official trustees, arising from theredemption in 1902 of a rent-charge of 6s. 8d.,mentioned in the table of benefactions, and investment of arrears. Robert Austin, mentioned in the table of benefactions, being a rent-charge of 4 payable out ofland known as 'Soan's' at Cookham Dean, receivedfrom Mr. S. Darby. Mrs. Elizabeth Knight, by will, 1680, an annuityof 2 for twenty poor widows, payable out of landat Waltham St. Lawrence called 'Mawlings,' receivedfrom Mr. J. Bulkeley. Redeway, being 5s. a year...

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