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Há 10 horas · Elizabeth I Elizabeth I (7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603) [a] was Queen of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death in 1603. She was the last monarch of the House of Tudor . Elizabeth was the only surviving child of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, his second wife, who was executed when Elizabeth was two years old.
Há 3 dias · “Lágrimas de oro” di Thomas Parr è una canzone che affronta il complesso rapporto tra dolore, lotta e successo. Il testo ci racconta della consapevolezza del narratore riguardo al fatto che il suo dolore ha un valore inestimabile e che intende utilizzarlo come strumento per raggiungere il successo e la prosperità. Lacrimare come metafora del dolore
Há 2 dias · David Woollin, CEO of Reformation Heritage Books recently visited the capital city to take part in the 33rd Cubao Reformed Baptist Church Pastor’s Conference alongside Pastor Jeremy Walker from the UK, and Pastor Noel Espinosa from the Grace Ministerial Academy locally.
Há 2 dias · 1547 - Edward VI was crowned King at Westminster Abbey by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer. Edward VI was the first monarch to be anointed as Supreme Head of the English Church. See video below. 1552 – Death of Anne Herbert, sister of Catherine Parr and wife of William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke. Click here to read more about her.
13 de fev. de 2024 · In 1236 Ellis de Bellerby claimed a tenement and land in Bellerby against the parson of Spennithorne, alleging that these had been granted to Thomas, the parson, by Ellis in return for the right of maintaining a private chaplain at his own cost. He accused Thomas of refusing to admit his chaplains, and Thomas was fined
Há 10 horas · This manor may have included that part which had formerly belonged to Sir Thomas Parr, for Lord Dacre's right to make the settlement was allowed by Queen Elizabeth in July 1581.
12 de fev. de 2024 · The 3 a. in Mintesfeete are held of the King as of his manor of Kirkby Kendall, called "le Marques Fee," sometime parcel of the possessions of Thomas Parr, knight, by knight service, namely: by the 200th part of a knight's fee, & are worth yearly clear 2s.