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  1. The Poynter Baronetcy, of Albert Gate in the City of Westminster in the County of London, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 24 July 1902 for artist Sir Edward Poynter, [1] who was the President of the Royal Academy of Art from 1896 to 1918. The title ended on the death of his grandson, the third Baronet in 1968.

  2. 10/06/2022 · Faithful unto Death by Sir Edward John Poynter prints. No. p0018691. sale price: from $19.90 custom art size & frame; The Siren by Sir Edward John Poynter prints. No. p0018696. sale price: from $19.90 custom art size & frame; Erato Muse Of Poetry 1870 by Sir Edward John Poynter prints. No. p0018700. sale price: from $19.90 custom art size & frame

  3. 13/06/2022 · À 93 ans, la Française Renée Gailhoustet a

  4. 04/06/2022 · Take a look at the scan of the back of the card, the information should be there. I'll be in touch ASAP. Take a good look at the front and back scans of the card. What is the age / condition of the card?.

  5. 04/06/2022 · His son Sir Edward Bellingham (1506-1549) was a Lord Deputy of Ireland. Richard Bellingham (d 1553) was Sheriff of Sussex and Surrey in 1529, 1535 and 1543; he built Hangleton Manor in the 1540s. Edward Bellingham was High Sheriff of Sussex in 1566 and (presumably) another Edward was High Sheriff of Sussex and Surrey in 1611. • Bellingham Crescent

  6. 26/06/2022 · The Doughty Estate, the development of which is linked with the Foundling Estate, was settled on Sir Edward Doughty, who owned land in Buckinghamshire, Suffolk, Lincolnshire and Dorset. It was involved in the claims made in the celebrated Tichborne Case of 1867.