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  1. 6 de mai. de 2024 · One of Britain's most notorious murderers, Lord Richard Bingham, the seventh Earl of Lucan, vanished after he murdered his family's nanny in Belgravia, London, in 1974. Lord Lucan was looking...

  2. 1 de mai. de 2024 · Richard Bingham, an employee, told police he found the body as he was driving into the company yard. He told Bingham County Sheriff Everett Goodwin he noticed some “dirt kicked up under one of...

  3. 23 de abr. de 2024 · The war with the English intensified, and during that same year, the English governor of Connacht, Sir Richard Bingham, managed to capture her two sons, Tibbot Burke and Murrough O’Flaherty, and her half-brother Dónal na Píopa. In a historical moment, Grace headed to London to meet with Queen Elizabeth I.

  4. 23 de abr. de 2024 · A Very British Post Office. Richard Bingham begins his series of articles on the unsung heroes of Shoreham’s architecture with a profile of the former Post Office on Brunswick Road. The former Post Office on Brunswick Road in Shoreham town centre is one of many “architecturally handsome” post offices built by the Office of Works between the wars.

  5. Há 3 dias · Richard Bingham the Judge, who had been enscoffed thereof, together with John Manchestre, then dead, by Thomas Kay, Son and Heir of Thomas Kay, sometime of Nottingham, from which John Hunt it came by Inheritance, according to the Descent in Hockerton to Gilbert Boun, Serjeant at Law, who made it his Mansion House from whence, after he had been imprisoned at Darby a year or more, by the first ...

  6. 23 de abr. de 2024 · Sir Richard Bingham. At the age of fifty-six, Grace O’Malley was finally captured by Sir Richard Bingham (1528 – 1599), a ruthless governor that was appointed to rule over Irish territories. She closely escaped the death sentence, but over the course of time her influence, wealth, and lands faded, until she was on the brink of ...

  7. Há 4 dias · The Manor of Bingham, 19 H. 3. was granted to William de Ferrariis. But in the 50 H. 3. the King granted it in Fee, to Raph Bugge, whose Son, Richard de Bingham, was a Knight, and is mentioned in Leek and Clipston.