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The Earl of Hertford"s lieutenancy papers, 1603-1612

Hertford, Edward Seymour Earl of

The Earl of Hertford"s lieutenancy papers, 1603-1612

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Published by Wiltshire Record Society in Devizes .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Somerset -- Militia -- History.,
  • Wiltshire -- Militia -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by W.P.D. Murphy.
    SeriesWiltshire Record Society -- 23
    ContributionsMurphy, W. P. D.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii,228p.,plate :
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20063296M
    ISBN 10090133300X
    OCLC/WorldCa31865131

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Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford, 1st Baron Beauchamp, KG (22 May – 6 April ), of Wulfhall and Tottenham House in Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire, of Hatch Beauchamp in Somerset, of Netley Abbey, Hampshire, and of Hertford House, Cannon Row in Westminster, is most noted for incurring the displeasure of Queen Elizabeth I by more than one clandestine en: Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp.

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Book digitized by Google from the library of 1603-1612 book University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. The titles of Earl of Hertford and Marquess of Hertford have been created several times in the peerages of England and Great Britain. The third Earldom of Hertford was created in for Edward Seymour, who was simultaneously created Baron Beauchamp of grandson William Seymour was subsequently created Marquess of Hertford and restored to the title of Duke of Somerset; the.

Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford, KG (22 May – 6 April ) was the son of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset, by his second wife Anne Stanhope. Following Somerset's disgrace and execution, his son was also created 1st Earl of Hertford in its second creation, the earldom being recreated for him in by Queen Elizabeth I, but he lost it again shortly afterwards for secretly.

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Henry VIII granted the abbey to his brother-in-law the Earl of Hertford. The Earl, Edward Seymour whose sister Jane Seymour married the king two years earlier, went on to become Protector of England during his nephew Edward VI’s minority.

Seymour kept the abbot’s lodging turning it into a farm house which he let out to tenants. The Trowbridge woollen industry as illustrated by the stock books of John and Thomas Clarked.

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Seymour was the eldest son of the Protector (Edward Seymour, duke of Somerset) by his second marriage. The attainder passed on his father was relieved by Act of.

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Please let me know if there are any other titles you are looking for. Filter search by Log in Register. "Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford, KG (22 May – 6 April ) was the eldest son of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset, by his second wife Anne Stanhope.

He is most noted for incurring the displeasure of Queen Elizabeth by more than one clandestine marriage.". You can write a book review and share your experiences.

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Free ebooks since [email protected] Lord Hertford went on his Grand Tour (–03), when he had opportunities to hear opera at Venice.

11 Returning home, he entered politics as a Whig MP (–22), and began a military career, obtaining the colonelcy of the Second Life Guards () and the Royal Horse Guards (), and rising to general (). He was a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries () and president of the.

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15 Strafford had explicitly asked him to be ready to help him if he was charged. See Pogson, ‘Radcliffe, Sir George’; Whitaker, Radcliffe, p.

The king, however, ensured that Radcliffe was allowed to read the Irish Remonstrance and forward his response to the lord lieutenant, and he was also consulted on the extent of the impact on Irish revenue of the extension to Ireland of the Act of.

Hertfordshire is an English county, founded in the Norse–Saxon wars of the 9th century, and developed through commerce serving is a land-locked county that was several times the seat of origins in brewing and papermaking, through aircraft manufacture, the county has developed a wider range of industry in which pharmaceuticals, financial services and film-making are.

Then in came the call to Turkey and William, Francis, Heneage, Thomas, and Betty were left, as custom decreed, in the care of the nearest maternal relative, the grandmother Francis, Duchess of Somerset, who came to live at Eastwell (Twysden Lieutenancy Papers 14; Cameron 39).

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CRAIG and N. HARTE (The place of publication is. Thomas 4th Earl of Pembroke Herbert was born on month dayto Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford and Lady Mary Countess of Pembroke Herbert/Lister (born Sydney Lister).

Edward was born on May 22in Ewias, Monmouthshire, England. habeas actions, writs etc. Hackett (Hacket), Parliamentary candidature of - Sir Andrew, High Sheriff of Warwickshire letter from letter to - Sir James, manslaughter of - Richard, named Assistant of the Upholders' Company.

Hackney, co. Middlesex. hackney-coaches, tolls payable on, bill for regulating, not permitted in Hyde Park. Haddaway, John, named Common Councilman of. Muster Rolls and Books, Ballot Lists and Posse Comitatus Lists are held at the CRO and PRO.

The lieutenancy paper in the CRO contain rolls of the Bedfordshire Militia () and of the local Rifle Volunteers, which later became the 3 rd Volunteer Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, The Muster List () for the Bedford town. EARLS AND MARQUESSES OF. HERTFORD The English earldom of Hertford was held by members of the powerful family of Clare from aboutwhen Gilbert de Clare was created earl of Hertford, to when another earl Gilbert was killed at Bannockburn.

In Edward Seymour, viscount Beauchamp, a brother of Henry VIII.'s queen, Jane Seymour, was created earl of Hertford, being. 13 Jan /9 Baron Beauchamp and Earl of Hertford.

suc. grandson. note. Lord Lieutenant of Somerset and Wiltshire and William [Seymour], 2nd Earl of Hertford later 1st Marquess of Hertford later 2nd Duke of Somerset. created. 3 Jun Marquess of Hertford. note. restored 13 Sep as 2nd Baron Seymour and 2nd Duke of Somerset.

On 7 July he had a commission of lieutenancy of the Island and l. a year (Cal. State Papers, Dom. –10, p. 28). He also received a large portion of the Cobham daughter of Thomas Howard, first viscount Howard of Bindon and widow of Edward Seymour, earl of Hertford [q.

v.]; she died on 8 Oct. and was buried in.The feudal authority of the Earl of Northumberland is exemplified in other passages, at p. 7, and p. 32 [original Camden text]. The same power is attributed in the West to the Duke of Somerset and the Earl of Devonshire, as “the old enheritors of that contrie.” (P.

23 [original Camden text]) England had — .STANLEY, HENRY, fourth Earl of Derby (–), eldest son of Edward Stanley, third earl of Derby [q. v.], by his first wife, Katherine, daughter of Thomas Howard I, second duke of Norfolk [q.

v.], was born in Septemberand was christened on 4 Oct. (Letters and Papers of Henry VIII, v. ).