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  1. Sep 11, 2021 · Joan the Lame of Burgundy 1293–1348: Joan of Valois 1294–1342: William I Ct. of Hainaut 1286–1337: Margaret of Valois 1295–1342: Guy I Ct. of Blois: Charles II Ct. of Alençon 1297–1346: Maria de La Cerda y de Lara 1319–1375: Joan of France 1351–1371: Blanche of France 1328–1382: Philip Duke of Orléans 1336–1376: Bonne of ...

  2. Mary Tudor (/ ˈ tj uː d ər /; 18 March 1496 – 25 June 1533) was an English princess who was briefly queen of France.She was the younger surviving daughter of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, and the third wife of Louis XII of France, who was more than 30 years older than her.

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  3. Sep 12, 2021 · Chittister, Joan. Called to Question: A Spiritual Memoir. Sheed and Ward, 2004. Chittister, Joan. The Gift of Years: Growing Older Gracefully. BlueBridge. 2008. Chittister, Joan. The Monastery of the Heart: An Invitation to a Meaningful Life. Bluebridge, 2011. Chittister, Joan. Welcome to the Wisdom of the World and Its Meaning for You.

  4. Sep 06, 2021 · His first wife, Joan (the Lame), contracted the plague and died in 1348. Edward III (November 13, 1312-June 21, 1377) died of a stroke brought on by severe constipation (ouch) and was buried in Westminster Abbey (London, England).

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    By a charter of 909 King Edward theElder confirmed Frithstan, Bishop ofWinchester, in his possession of 5 hidesat BRADLEY, (fn. 4) the nucleus of the later manor ofBradley. At this time the 5 hides evidently formedpart of the manor of Overton, and they continued todo so in the 11 th century, as may be seen from theentry under Overton in Domesday Book:that ofthe land of the manor of Overton Geoffrey was holding 5 hides in Bradley, and that his predecessor Alrichad held the same 5 hides of the bishop. (fn. 5) In 1167a certain Henry was holding Bradley as a separatemanor, (fn. 6) quite distinct from the manor of Overton,and from this date the overlordship alone continuedwith the Bishops of Winchester. (fn. 7) In 1242 Henryde Bradley, probably a descendant of the Henry of1167, exchanged 3 virgates of land in Bradley for41 acres of land in Ellisfield with Geoffrey desRoches, (fn. 8) nephew of the famous Peter des Roches,Bishop of Winchester. Geoffrey died some ten yearslater, (fn. 9) but...

    The church of ALL SAINTSconsistsof a chancel 20 ft. by 14 ft. 5 in. inside,nave 33 ft. 10 in. by 16 ft., south aisle26 ft. 11 in. by 5 ft. 4 in. and south porch. The church was entirely rebuilt in 1877, but someof the old work was re-used; from this it appears thatthe chancel dated from the first half of the 13 thcentury. There is nothing to show the date of the nave,but the south arcade appears to be old work restored,and if so it proves the aisle to have been added earlyin the 14th century; all the other work is modern. The east window of the chancel has modern tracery,but the inner quoins and two-centred drop rear archare old; in the south wall are two 13th-centurylancets; the first is rebated and chamfered outside,but the second has apparently been reset inside out,the rebate and chamfer being inside; both have twocentred drop rear arches. At the east end of thenorth window is another lancet window resemblingthat opposite it. In the south wall is a small piscinawith a modern tre...

    The first mention of a church inthe parish is in 1291, in which yearit was returned as of the annualvalue of 5. (fn. 66) The advowson of the church followed the descentof the manor until early (fn. 67) in the 19th century. Itwas not included in the sale of the estate toMr. H. King, but remained in the Rumbold family,the patron at the present time being Mr. CharlesRumbold. The question of tithes was dealt with bythe Court of Exchequer in 1677. (fn. 68)

    The Rev. Charles John GoughSeare, a former rector, by will provedin the P.C.C. 1816, bequeathed333 6s. 8d. consols, the dividends to be applied forthe benefit of the poor in such manner as the rectorshould direct. This charity was augmented by a sum of333 6s. 8d. consols by will of the donor's sister,Mary Gough, proved in the P.C.C. 1817. The sum of 666 13s. 4d. consols is held by theofficial trustees in trust for these charities, producingyearly 16 13s. 4d., which in 1906 was applied inpayment of bonuses to the coal and clothing clubs, inChristmas gifts to children and in small weeklypayments to widows. Mary Lovel of Preston Candover by her will provedin 1749 gave yearly to each of such three poor housekeepers' children in the parish of Bradley as herexecutor or his heirs should think fit, for ever, a Biblewith the Book of Common Prayer bound therewith,of 7s. or 8s. value. Edward Acton of Bentworth,clerk, was appointed her executor. (fn. 69)

  5. Herzog von Burgund aus dem 15. Jahrhundert Herzog von Burgund Philipp der GutePhilip, der den Kragen von Feuerstählen des Ordens des Goldenen Vlieses trug, den er eingesetzt hatte, Kopie eines Rogier van der Weyden von c. 1450Herzog von BurgundHerrschaft10.

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