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  1. Há 2 dias · Bridget (1624–1662), married (1) Henry Ireton, (2) Charles Fleetwood Richard (1626–1712), his father's successor as Lord Protector, [18] married Dorothy Maijor Henry (1628–1674), later Lord Deputy of Ireland (in office: 1657–1659), married Elizabeth Russell (daughter of Sir Francis Russell )

    • pre-1642 (militia service), 1642–1651 (civil war)
    • Robert Cromwell (father), Elizabeth Steward (mother)
  2. 26 de nov. de 2023 · Book: God’s Executioner: Oliver Cromwell and the Conquest of Ireland. Micheál Ó Siochrú. London, Faber and Faber, 2008, ISBN: 9780571218462; 336pp.; Price: £14.99. Reviewer: Dr Jason Peacey. University College London. Citation:

  3. 25 de nov. de 2023 · A clergyman was gaoled for repeating London gossip about the queen in 1562 and in 1623 a tailor from Newington near London was in trouble for remarks about James I. The parish was strongly parliamentarian during the Civil War, and Col. Alexander Popham and, after 1664, Gen. Charles Fleetwood were among its inhabitants.

  4. 28 de nov. de 2023 · Lord Charles Fleetwood. Lord John Lambert. Major-General Jo. Disbrowe. Sir Arthur Hesilrigge. Colonel James Berry. Lord Charles Fleetwood to be Lieutenant-General and Commander in Chief of the Land-Forces in England and Scotland.

    • The Town and Port of Dover.
    • The Charities to St. Mary's Parish
    • The Charities to The Poor of Dover in General Are
    • Church of St. Mary.

    DOVER lies at the eastern extremity of Kent, adjoining to the sea, the great high London road towardsFrance ending at it. It lies adjoining to the parish ofCharlton last-described, eastward, in the lath of St.Augustine and eastern division of the county. It iswithin the liberty of the cinque ports, and the juristion of the corporation of the town a...

    ARE AS FOLLOWS: THOMAS PEPPER, jurat, of Dover, by will in 1574, gave tothe use of the poor within the parishes of our Lady of Dover,and Hougham, yearly, one annuity of 40s. to be distributedequally between the poor of those parishes, by the churchwardens yearly, issuing out of his manor of Syberston, in Hougham,and the lands and tenements belongin...

    JOHN CLEMENT, of Dover, by will in 1575, ordered, thatthere should be yearly given, by the possessors of his house inMankyn-ward, in St. James's parish, one hundred faggots, tobe distributed to the poor where most need be, out of the saidhouse for ever. CHRISTOPHER NETHERSOLE, gent. of Dover, by will in1597, gave 20l. to the use of the poor of the ...

    THE CHURCH OF ST. JAMES is situated in thenorth-east part of this town, near the foot of the Castlehill, close to the road to Deal. It was antiently belonging to the castle of Dover; and in it the courts ofchancery and admiralty, and lode manage, for the cinqueports have been usually holden. Kilburne, in his Survey, calls it St. James the Apostley,...

  5. 26 de nov. de 2023 · In 1650 Woodstock and its appurtenant manors, including Stonesfield, were sold to Colonel Charles Fleetwood, and were resumed by the Crown in 1660. Since 1705 Stonesfield has formed part of the Marlborough estate. Economic History.

  6. 29 de nov. de 2023 · Outro fã é Dinho Ouro Preto que, recentemente, prestou uma incrível homenagem à banda mineira. O baixista Chaene da Gama havia mencionado em entrevista à Folha de S. Paulo que o vocalista do Capital Inicial disse ouvir os discos da banda em seu camarim. Agora, ele não só escuta as músicas nos bastidores, como também tem uma bandeira do ...