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  1. Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall - Wikipedia

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    4 days ago · Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, GCVO, CSM, PC ( Camilla Rosemary Shand, later Parker Bowles, born 17 July 1947) is a member of the British royal family. She is the second wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, heir apparent to the British throne. A second marriage for both of them, they married on 9 April 2005. Despite being entitled to be known as ...

  2. Staff and Fellows « The British School at Rome

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    Jul 22, 2021 · Staff and Fellows. Click on the name of the member of staff to send them an email. Staff Director: Chris Wickham, BA DPhil FBA Professor Chris Wickham is the BSR’s current Director, and will hold this position until July 2021.

  3. Eerie abandoned castles of Europe

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    Jul 19, 2021 · Europe is full of captivating castles, some maintained and restored to their former glory, others abandoned and left to ruin. From romantic, vine-strangled towers to crumbling coastal forts ...

  4. Death by burning - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · Death by burning (also known as immolation) is an execution method involving combustion or exposure to extreme heat. It has a long history as a form of public capital punishment, and many societies have employed it as a punishment for and warning against crimes such as treason, heresy and witchcraft.

  5. Townships: Worsley | British History Online

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    The earliest record of WORSLEYis in the Pipe Roll of 1195–6 in theclaim of one Hugh Putrell to a fourthpart of the fee of two knights in Barton and Worsley. (fn. 6) Worsley, as half a plough-land, was held of the kingby the Barton family in thegnage, (fn. 7) and of them by afamily which took the local name. The earliest knownmember of it is Richard de Worsley, who in 1203was defending his right to twenty acres of wood inWorsley, (fn. 8) and as Richard son of Elias in 1206 gave amark for a writ. (fn. 9) Six years later he held a plough-land of Gilbert de Notton and his wife Edith deBarton, half of the land being in Worsley. (fn. 10) Itappears that Hugh Putrell had granted 'to Richardson of Elias de Worsley the manors of Worsley andHulton, i.e. half a plough-land in Worsley, whichwas the whole of Worsley, and half a plough-land inHulton, rendering for all services 10s. for Worsleyand 6s. 8d. for Hulton,' these being the rents paidby Hugh to the king or chief lord. (fn. 11) The mesnelo...

    WARDLEY, the possession of Jordan de Worsleyin the first half of the 14th century, has been mentioned above. Jordan held part of Wardley of theHospitallers by a rent of 8d.; (fn. 78) he had otherlands in Wardley and Worsley, held of the lordof Worsley. (fn. 79) He left an only daughter Margaret as his heir; she was a minor and in ward toRichard de Worsley. In November 1330 a numberof the neighbours carried her off from Richard'shouse and married her to Thurstan son of Richardde Tyldesley. (fn. 80) She was still living in 1401, whenin conjunction with her son Thomas she made asettlement with the Masseys regarding her estate inWorsley. (fn. 81) This descended to another ThomasTyldesley, who died in 1495, (fn. 82) leaving as his heira son Thurstan. By his first wife Thurstan, whodied in 1554, (fn. 83) had a son Thomas, (fn. 84) succeeded twoyears later by his son Thurstan, (fn. 85) who died in 1582,having between 1562 and 1568 sold Wardley andother lands in Worsley to William and Gilbe...

    WALKDEN, down to the 15th century, appears tohave had a wider meaning than at present, spreadinginto Farnworth and Little Hulton. (fn. 123) It also gave asurname to a local family. (fn. 124) Northdene in Worsley—probably 'the Deans' in Swinton, north of LittleHoughton—was another estate. (fn. 125) Many of the neighbouring landowners, as appearsfrom the inquisitions, held estates also in Worsley andSwinton. (fn. 126)Until the end of the 17th century allthe farms in the district were held on life leases;somewhat earlier it was customary for the leases tocontain a provision that the tenants should rear oneor more hunting dogs for the lord. The principal landowner in 1786 was the Duke ofBridgewater, owning apparently over half the land;Samuel Clowes had a large estate at Booths, and thesmaller owners included the Rev. Walter Bagot,James Hilton, and — Starkie. (fn. 127) In 1686 an agreement was made as to the inclosureof Swinton Moor and Hodge Common in the parishof Eccles. (fn. 128) Wal...

    The chapel of ELLEN BROOK (fn. 130) owes its foundation to the lords of Worsley, and has remained to the present daya donative in their gift. The Abbot of Stanlaw, asrector of Eccles, between 1272 and 1295, granted hislicence to Richard de Worsley to have a free chantryin his chapel of Worsley, provided that no loss wascaused to the mother church, to which 6d. was tobe paid yearly as oblations. (fn. 131) There is no continuous record of the chapel's existence, but in 1549Sir Richard Brereton complained that his son Richard,among other lawless deeds, had recently taken achalice from his chapel in the manor of Worsley,which chalice the inhabitants had purchased for usein divine service. (fn. 132) The fate of the chapel in theReformation period is uncertain, but as the lords ofWorsley appear to have conformed to the Elizabethansystem without difficulty, service was probably continued in it with but little interruption. DameDorothy Legh in 1638 left the interest of £50 for itsmaintenanc...

  6. Westminster Abbey: Chapels and royal tombs | British History ...

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    Jul 21, 2021 · WESTMINSTER ABBEY.—THE CHAPELS AND ROYAL TOMBS. "A feeling sad came o'er me as I trod the sacred ground. Where Tudors and Plantagenets were lying all around; I stepp'd with noiseless foot, as though the sound of mortal tread. Might burst the bands of the dreamless sleep that wraps the mighty dead!"

  7. Best dressed celebrities & models this week | July 2021

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    Jul 19, 2021 · Best dressed celebrities and models: July. Who wore what, from Zendaya to Kendall Jenner. By Jessica Davis. Jul 13, 2021. Axelle/Bauer-GriffinGetty Images. This month, the A-list have been ...

  8. Fine Rolls Henry III: Fine of the Month

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    Jul 20, 2021 · The winners of the Fine of the Month Competition for 2010 were the villagers of Nunney in Somerset for their article from August 2010, 750 years on: the Fine Rolls and the Nunney charter. The winner of the Fine of the Month Competition for 2009 was Tony Moore for his article from July 2009, ‘The Thorrington dispute: a case study of Henry III ...

  9. Association Of Catholic Bloggers

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    Jul 19, 2021 · By Janet - June 25, 2021. In the first century, around 110 A.D., St. Ignatius of Antioch wrote seven letters on his way to martyrdom. He would be eaten by lions in Circus Maximus, which was a stadium where chariot races were held, among other things, obviously.

  10. More than Writers

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    Jul 20, 2021 · The scent of cut grass fills the air. The blackbirds sing at dawn and dusk, the summer migrants – swifts, swallows and house martins – arrive. Puffy white clouds swim through a sky as blue as forget-me-nots. This is everything a summer should be. And now it’s raining.

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