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  1. 14 de mar. de 2023 · Also Known As: "William Seymour 2nd Duke of Somerset", "2nd Duke of Somerset", "Viscount Beauchamp", "2nd Earl of Hertford", "Duke Somerset", "Marquis and Earl Hertford". Birthdate: September 01, 1587. Birthplace: Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire, England. Death: October 24, 1660 (73) Essex House, Strand, London, England.

    • September 01, 1587
    • Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire, England
    • Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire, England
    • Manors and Other Estates.
    • Economic history.
    • Local Government.
    • Church.
    • Nonconformity.
    • Education.
    • Charities For The poor.

    The manorof SHEPTON, later known as SHEPTONBEAUCHAMP, was held in 1066 by Algar, butT.R.W. passed to the count of Mortain. (fn. 34) The overlordship of Mortain is not referred to again andby the mid 12th century the terre tenant was evidently Sir Robert de Beauchamp (II). (fn. 35) The manorhad thus probably been granted by the countof Mortain to Ro...

    The name of the parishsuggests an early dependence on sheep farming, (fn. 92)although there were only 64 sheep on the demesnein 1086. In that year the manor gelded for 6 hidesand there was land for 4 ploughs. The lord held4 hides less ½ virgate in demesne with 1½ ploughworked by 3 serfs, and the remaining 2 hides and½ virgate were occupied by 9 vil...

    Court rolls and bookshave been traced for the main manor for the years1559–61, 1637, and 1681–1721, with a series ofpresentments for 1773–88. (fn. 162) The lord was holdingtwo lawdays in 1340, and two lawdays with halmote at Michaelmas and Hockday and two othercourts in 1481–2. (fn. 163) Between 1559 and 1561 thecourts, held twice or three times ea...

    The church was first mentioned in1243 and the benefice was a rectory by 1254. (fn. 178) Theadvowson was probably held with the manor by 1304and the patronage was so linked in 1325. (fn. 179) In1348–9 the Crown presented five times during theminority of the lord, again in 1355, and, on thedeath of John de Beauchamp (III) in 1361, seizedthe advowson ...

    Henry Pope, a Quaker ofthe parish, was imprisoned in 1661 for refusingthe oath of allegiance. (fn. 242) Private houses were licensedfor dissenting worship in 1691, 1695, 1703, and1789, and there were two or three Presbyterianfamilies in the parish c. 1776. (fn. 243) In 1776 ThomasCoke, curate of South Petherton and an avowedMethodist, was refused t...

    Thomas Stuckey was licensed toteach grammar in the parish in 1586. (fn. 250) In 1723 Thomas Rich left 6 a. of land in Merriott,5s. of the income for cakes for twelve poor boys onSt. Thomas's day and the residue for teaching thesame children reading and the catechism. Two of thetwelve were to be taught to write and cast accounts,and any surplus was ...

    In 1481–2 thereeve of the manor bought bread for 'the charityof St. Nicholas' with rent of a piece of land. (fn. 271)Noother reference to the charity has been noted. William Owsley, rector of Shepton (d. 1630),left £45 to buy ½ a. and build a hospital at Sheptonfor four poor men. (fn. 272)The charity is not mentionedthereafter but the bequest may h...

  2. 6 de mar. de 2023 · Birthplace: London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom. Death: November 23, 1679 (80) Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom. Immediate Family: Daughter of Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex and Frances Burke, Countess of Essex & of Clanricarde. Wife of William Seymour, 2nd Duke of Somerset.

    • September 20, 1599
    • Shirley Marie Caulk
  3. 15 de mar. de 2023 · Seymour, William, 3rd (2nd) Earl of Hertford (1621), Marquis of Hertford (1640), Duke of Somerset (1660, d. 24 Oct., 1660). Message to Lady Arabella Stuart, suggesting the breaking off of their...

  4. 26 de feb. de 2023 · William Seymour, duke of Somerset (d. 1660), grandson and heir of Edward, gave his three daughters Frances (d. 1681), Mary (d. 1673), and Jane (d. 1679) an interest in the manor, possibly in 1653.

  5. 11 de mar. de 2023 · He died in 1480 leaving four daughters: Catherine, wife of John Sydenham; Joan, wife successively of Simon Littlecote, Sir Morgan Kidwelly, and Sir Edmund Gorges; Margaret, wife successively of William Hymerford and Henry Thornton; and Elizabeth, wife of William Seymour.

  6. 1 de mar. de 2023 · This John Seymour died in 1492, leaving a son John, who entertained Henry VIII at Elvetham in the October of 1535, and on his death in the following year was succeeded by his second but first surviving son Edward. Edward Seymour was created Earl of Hertford in 1537, and Duke of Somerset in 1547.

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