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  1. Sir John Russell (1872-1965) Director of Rothamsted 1912-43 zoom Sir John Russell Autobiography zoom Edwin Grey with Sir E John Russell Reproduced from "Cottage Life in a Hertfordshire Village", by Edwin Grey, republished by Harpenden & District Local History Society, 1977 Creating a modern institution

  2. 25/11/2018 · Sir John Russell (died circa 1224) was a household knight of King John (1199–1216) and of the young King Henry III (1216–1272), to whom he also acted as steward. He served in this capacity as custodian of the royal castles of Corfe (1221 & 1224) and Sherborne (1224) in Dorset and of the castles of Peveril and Bolsover in Derbyshire.

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    s. and h. of Robert Russell† of Strensham ?by Katherine, da. of John Vampage of Pershore, Worcs. m. (1) bef. Mich. 1382, Agnes, 3s. inc. William*, 3 da.; (2) aft. 1389, Margaret (d.1397), da. of Sir Hugh Hastings of Elsing, Norf., wid. of Sir John Wingfield† of Letheringham Suff.; (3) between 24 Dec. 1398 and 15 Jan. 1399, Elizabeth (1 Jan. 1348-Se...

    Tax surveyor, Worcs. Aug. 1379. Commr. to put down rebellion, Worcs. Mar., Dec. 1382; confiscate all horses belonging to the Lords Appellant of 1387-8, Sept. 1397; of weirs, Worcs. June 1398. Master of the King’s horse 10 Feb. 1391-31 Jan. 1398.2 J.p. Worcs. 27 July 1397-May 1401, Glos. 14 Nov. 1398-c. July 1399, Suff. 28 Nov. 1398-c. July 1399, Ox...

    The Russells of Worcestershire were among the most notable figures to bear the name. They were established at Strensham (near Pershore) by 1283, and John also inherited the Worcestershire manors of Peopleton and Dormston.3 The date of his hereditary succession is uncertain, as are some other aspects of his early career. It seems likely, however, th...

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    b. c.1485, s. of James Russell of Berwick by Alice, da. of John Wise of Sydenham, Devon. m. spring 1526, Anne (d. 14 Mar. 1559), da. of Sir Guy Sapcote of Hunts., wid. of John Broughton (d.1517/19) of Toddington, Beds. and of Sir Richard Jerningham (d.1525/26) of London, 1s. Francis. suc. fa. 20 July 1505. Kntd. 2 July 1522; KG nom. 24 Apr. 1539, i...

    Gent. the privy chamber 1507; knight marshal, the Household 1523-7; knight of the body by 1527; sheriff, Som. and Dorset 1527-8; j.p. Beds., Bucks., Herts., Hunts., Northants. 1533-d., Cornw., Devon, Dorset, Som. 1539; PC 1536-d.; comptroller, the Household 18 Oct. 1537-9; pres. council in the west 1539; high steward, duchy of Cornw. 4 July 1539-d....

    John Russell came from a Dorset family of moderate standing whose estates had been acquired gradually during the 14th and 15th centuries from the profits of trade and the fortunes of marriage. His grandfather, another John, who broke with family tradition by making a career in the service of the crown, had been a knight of the shire for Dorset in 1...

  3. Sir John Russell's biography by LS Woodger as given in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1386-1421 is fairly substantial. He was MP for Worcestershire, returned in the late 1370s and again in 1397. he was in high favour with Richard II, but was treated leniently after Henry IV seized power.

  4. Sir John de Russell I 1180–1224 (Age 44)Gloucestershire, England The Life of John When Sir John de Russell I was born in 1180, in Gloucestershire, England, his father, Odo de Russell, was 30 and his mother, Alica Bardolf, was 24. He married Rohesia Bardolf from 8 January 1201 to 7 January 1202, in Kingston Russell, Dorset, England, United Kingdom.