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Elizabeth Vernon
Elizabeth Vernon
Elizabeth Vernon (died 29 March 1563), daughter of Sir Henry Vernon of Haddon Hall and Tong and Anne Talbot, daughter of John Talbot, Second Earl of Shrewsbury.

Elizabeth had close connections to families powerful in the region and nationally. Her father had been treasurer to Arthur Tudor, the Prince of Wales. The Talbots had vast estates in western and northern England. Richard had two brothers: Roger Corbet (c.1501-1538), the heir to Sir Robert's estates, and Richard Corbet (died 1566). 
 
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Elizabeth Vickris-Gold spectacles with spoked terminals
Elizabeth Vickris-Gold spectacles with spoked terminals
The spectacles are of solid gold with an unusually ornate bridge and round terminals to the sides with an apparently unique curving spoke design. It was initially thought that they were 'Early Victorian' and that the bridge was probably made by a jeweller, not a spectacle maker. On further study and with half a century of increased knowledge to draw upon, we now dispute this idea believing that they are earlier in date, circa 1780-1800, and undoubtedly made by a specialist spectacle maker working to a private commission.

On the right side is inscribed the name ELIZA VICKRIS and on the left ANNE HYAM.  
 
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Elmley Castle
Elmley Castle
WILLIAM de Beauchamp (-1170, bur Worcester). Henry I King of England confirmed the inheritance by "Willelmo filio Walteri de Bello Campo, dispensario meo" of "terram totam patris sui" by charter dated to 1130/May 1133.  
 
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Elrad and Phyllis Milson
Elrad and Phyllis Milson
Elrad and Phyllis Milson(Wedding Day) 
 
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Elrad Jessie Samuel Milson
Elrad Jessie Samuel Milson
Jersey worn under jacket was knitted by Elrad himself 
 
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Emily Louisa Wicks
Emily Louisa Wicks
 
 
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Emma Receiving The Encomium
Emma Receiving The Encomium
 
 
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Ermengarde De Beaumont
Ermengarde De Beaumont
She married William I of Scotland at the royal chapel at Woodstock Palace near Oxford in England on 5 September 1186 by Baldwin, Archbishop of Canterbury. The marriage was arranged by King Henry of England, who was at the time the acknowledged overlord of Scotland: William considered her status beneath him, but agreed after Henry offered to pay for the entire wedding, land valued at 100 merks and 40 knight’s fees, and to return the castles that he had forfeited, one of them being Edinburgh. 
 
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Ermengarde of Lorraine
Ermengarde of Lorraine
 
 
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error_log
 
 
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Eustace II Bayeux Tapestry scene 55
Eustace II Bayeux Tapestry scene 55
 
 
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Eva De Braose
Eva De Braose
Eva de Braose was one of the four daughters of William de Braose and Eva Marshal. Her sisters were Isabella, Maud, and Eleanor. William was the last of the Braose Marcher lords who possessed extensive lands in Wales, Herefordshire, Sussex and Devon. Eva Marshall was a daughter of William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke. William de Braose was hanged by Llywelyn the Great, Prince of Gwynedd in 1230 and the four young sisters became co-heiresses of valuable property. All the sons of their maternal grandfather William Marshal died without heirs and in 1247 the Braose sisters each inherited a share of their mother's portion of the Marshal estates. 
 
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Eye Castle, with 11th century motte and bailey, built by William Malet
Eye Castle, with 11th century motte and bailey, built by William Malet
 
 
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Eye Castle, with 11th century motte and bailey, built by William Malet
Eye Castle, with 11th century motte and bailey, built by William Malet
 
 
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Family of De Swillington
Family of De Swillington
The Family of De Swillington take their name from a town in the West Riding of Yorkshire, of which they were lords, and descend from Hugh De Swyntington, father of Robert, whose son Hugh confirmed to God, and the church of St John of Pomfret in Yorkshire, and the monks serving God there , the rent of 5s per ann. which Robert, son of Hugh formerly gave them. as appears from a pleading at York, before Silvester Bishop of Carlisle, one of the King's juastices, in the 35th of Henry 111. 
 
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Fitz Alan - Earls of Arundel
Fitz Alan - Earls of Arundel
 
 
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Fitz Baldric Coat of Arms
Fitz Baldric Coat of Arms
 
 
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Flag, Kingston upon Hull
Flag, Kingston upon Hull
Flag, Kingston upon Hull 
 
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Florence Mary Milson
Florence Mary Milson
 
 
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Frederick Milson
Frederick Milson
 
 
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Frederick Milson
Frederick Milson
 
 
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Frederick Vercy Milson, Reuben H S J Milson, William M S Milson, Ellen (Irwin) Milson, Frederick A G Milson
Frederick Vercy Milson, Reuben H S J Milson, William M S Milson, Ellen (Irwin) Milson, Frederick A G Milson
 
 
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Fulk IV D'Anjou
Fulk IV D'Anjou
 
 
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Gascoigne Refuses to Sentence Archbishop Scrope
Gascoigne Refuses to Sentence Archbishop Scrope
 
 
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Gascoigne Refuses to Sentence Archbishop Scrope
Gascoigne Refuses to Sentence Archbishop Scrope
 
 
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Gascoigne Refuses to Sentence Archbishop Scrope
Gascoigne Refuses to Sentence Archbishop Scrope
 
 
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Geoffrey Count of Rennes and Duke of Brittany
Geoffrey Count of Rennes and Duke of Brittany
 
 
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Geoffrey of Anjou Monument
Geoffrey of Anjou Monument
 
 
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George Hamilton Milson
George Hamilton Milson
 
 
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George Manuel
George Manuel
 
 
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George Manuel 1855
George Manuel 1855
 
 
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Gerald De Windsor
Gerald De Windsor
 
 
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Gerard de Camville, castellan of Lincoln Castle
Gerard de Camville, castellan of Lincoln Castle
Gerard de Camville was the son of A Richard de Camville - but not necessarily the one who married Millicent de Rethel. He may have been that one's brother and the son of the first Richard de Camville (there were three in immediate succession), or possibly the family existed in two or three branches already and he and his three brothers (Richard, William, and Walter) belonged to another (possibly senior?) branch. 
 
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Gervais De Rethel Coat of Arms
Gervais De Rethel Coat of Arms
Gervais served as an archdeacon of Rheims before being nominated as Archbishop of Rheims by the King's supporters against Raoul the Green in 1106. The next year Paschall II declared him unfit, quashed his election and Gervais resigned as archbishop in 1109, returning to his former role as archdeacon.
 
 
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Gilbert De Brionne Coat of Arms
Gilbert De Brionne Coat of Arms
 
 
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Godiva statue Broadgate
Godiva statue Broadgate
 
 
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Grave of John and Sarah Cobcroft
Grave of John and Sarah Cobcroft
JOHN WOOD , JOHN COBCROFT , and WILLIAM FUBBS , otherwise FIELDER , were indicted for that they, on the 16th of April , in the King's highway, in and upon William Frost did make an assault, putting him in corporal fear and danger of his life, and stealing from his person a guinea and 6s. in monies numbered , the property of the said William. 
 
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Grey Coat of Arms
Grey Coat of Arms
 
 
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Grey Coat of Arms
Grey Coat of Arms
 
 
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Gruffydd Fychan ap Gruffydd, Lord of Glyndwrdy, Coat of Arms
Gruffydd Fychan ap Gruffydd, Lord of Glyndwrdy, Coat of Arms
 
 
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Gundred De Warrenne and William De Lambert
Gundred De Warrenne and William De Lambert
 
 
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Gundred De Warrenne and William De Lambert
Gundred De Warrenne and William De Lambert
Eneas Mackenzie

Mackenzie and Dent, 1825

An Historical, Topographical, and Descriptive View of the County of Northumberland: 
 
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Gundred De Warrenne and William De Lambert
Gundred De Warrenne and William De Lambert
 
 
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Gwenwynwyn ab Owain, Prince of Powys
Gwenwynwyn ab Owain, Prince of Powys
 
 
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Gytha depicted in modern stained glass
Gytha depicted in modern stained glass
 
 
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Gytha depicted in modern stained glass
Gytha depicted in modern stained glass
 
 
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Hankford Arms
Hankford Arms
He was the son of Richard Hankford (died 1419), MP for Devon in 1414 and 1416, the son of Sir William Hankford (c.?1350 – 1423) KB, of Annery in Devon, Chief Justice of the King's Bench from 1413 until 1423.

On the death of his grandfather Sir William Hankford in 1423 he became his heir because his father had pre-deceased him (in 1419). The Hankford family had been long established at the estate of Hankford, from which they took their name, near Bulkworthy in the parish of Buckland Brewer, North Devon.
 
 
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Hankford Coat of Arms
Hankford Coat of Arms
 
 
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Harald being baptized by Poppo the monk.
Harald being baptized by Poppo the monk.
Harald being baptized by Poppo the monk, in a relief dated to c. 1200. 
 
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Harcourt C of A
Harcourt C of A
 
 

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