2 edition of cartae antiquae of Lord Willoughby de Broke found in the catalog.
cartae antiquae of Lord Willoughby de Broke
Verney, Henry 18th baron Willoughby de Broke.
50 copied printed.
|Statement||Edited by ... J. Harvey Bloom.|
|Contributions||Cheney family., Willoughby family., Greville family., Verney family., Bloom, J. Harvey b. 1860.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v., plates ;|
Elizabeth Willoughby, 3rd Baroness Willoughby de Broke, de jure 11th Baroness Latimer (c – c. 15 November ) was an English noblewoman and wife of Sir Fulke Greville. Elizabeth Willoughby Effigies of Sir Fulke Greville and Elizabeth Willoughby, Alcester Church, Warwickshire. Notes: De jure 10th Lord Willoughby De Eresby. Made a knight of the Bath, 6 Jul, , at the coronation of Richard III. In the next reign he raised forces to assist King Henry VII against the Earl of Lincoln, Lambert Simnel, and their adherents, and was afterwards at the battle of Stoke.
On 4 Sep Lord Willoughby de Broke voted yes on Business of the House - Motion on Standing Orders — Amendment to the Motion (2D) Show vote; On 4 Sep Lord Willoughby de Broke voted yes on Business of the House - Motion on Standing Orders — Motion Show vote; 4 Apr Lois Lowry's The Willoughbys is the latest faux antique to hit your quaint little bookshop's fusty shelves. To make sure the reader gets the joke, Lowry's blast from the past includes pointedly charming retro pen and ink illustrations; wavy old-fashioned fonts, and alliterative, adverb-laden diction ("A Novel Nefariously Written & Ignominiously Illustrated by the Author").
John Peyto-Verney, 14th Baron Willoughby de Broke and his Family in the Breakfast Room at Compton Verney. Painting c by Johan Zoffany, Getty Center, Los Angeles John Peyto-Verney, 14th Baron Willoughby de Broke and de jure 22nd Baron Latimer (5 August – 15 February ) was a peer in the peerage of England. Letter from Lord Willoughby de Broke to Baroness Manningham-Buller, chairman of the Sub-Committee on Lords' Conduct, 11 July Declaration of interests. Following my letter to you of 28th June I have received a notification from Mr. Kernaghan that my directorship in '77 Warrington Crescent Ltd.' should have been registered.
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Baron Willoughby de Broke is a title in the Peerage of was created by writ in for Sir Robert Willoughby, of the manor of Broke, part of Westbury, Wiltshire, who according to modern doctrine was de jure 9th Baron the death of his son, the two baronies (the recognised barony of Willoughby de Broke and the de jure barony of Latimer) fell into abeyance.
The barony of Willoughby de Broke, named after the manor of Brooke/Broke, Heywood, near Westbury, Wiltshire, was created when Robert Willoughby was summoned to Parliament by writ in On his death on 23 August the title passed to his eldest son Robert Willoughby, 2nd Baron Willoughby de Broke.
He died at the manor house of Callington, for he directed in his will that he. Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. Subscribers may view the full text of this article in its original form through TimesMachine. Willoughby de Broke, Baron (E, ) Creation: writ sum.
12 Aug in Lord Willoughby de Broke sold the Compton Verney estate, including the house and 5, acres, to Mr Joseph Watson, the soap-maker and race-horse owner, who in was created Baron Manton.
Political papers of the 19th Lord Willoughby de Broke, [London]: House of Lords Record Office, (OCoLC) Named Person: Richard Greville Verney Willoughby de Broke, baron; Richard Greville Verney Willoughby de Broke, Baron: Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book.
John Peyto-Verney, fourteenth Lord Willoughby de Broke, and his wife, Lady Louisa North, appear about to take tea with their three young children. She holds her daughter, who stands on the table attempting a first step. In high spirits, one son enters on the right pulling a bright red toy horse.
Leopold David Verney, 21st Baron Willoughby de Broke DL FRSA FRGS (born 14 September ) is a British member of the House of Lords. The Right Honourable. The Lord Willoughby de Broke. DL FRSA FRGS. Member of the House of Lords Lord Temporal; Incumbent. cartae antiquae of Lord Willoughby de Broke book Assumed office 9 July Hereditary peerage: Preceded by: The 20th Baron Willoughby de Broke.
[de Willoughby], 2nd Baron Willoughby de Eresby. born 6 Jan /4. 2 Jul Joan Roscelyn (mar. (2) bef. 24 Jun William de Synthwayt), sister and cohrss. of Thomas Roscelyn and dau. and Sir Peter Roscelyn, of Edgefield, co.
Norfolk. died 13 Jun suc. byson. [de Willoughby], 3rd Baron Willoughby de Eresby. Robert Willoughby was born at Brooke (or Broke), near Westbury, Wiltshire, the son of Sir Robert Willoughby, 1st Baron Willoughby de Broke (c) and Blanche Champernowne.
He married firstly c Elizabeth Beauchamp, daughter of Richard Beauchamp, 2nd Baron Beauchamp of Powick, and secondly c. Lady Dorothy Grey, daughter of Thomas. History. The title of Baron Willoughby was created by writ in for Robert de Willoughby, lord of the manor of Eresby in the parish of Spilsby, was the son of Sir William de Willoughby and Alice, daughter of John Beke, 1st Baron Beke of Eresby.
The writ was addressed to "Roberto de Wylghby," and the suffix of de Eresby was added to the title between to distinguish. Francis Willoughby, 5th Baron Willoughby of Parham (baptised – 23 July O.S.) was an English peer of the House of Lords.
He succeeded to the title 14 October on the death in infancy of his elder brother Henry Willoughby, 4th Lord Willoughby of s Willoughby was second son of William Willoughby, 3rd Lord Willoughby of Parham The young and unexpected death of his.
Origins. William Willoughby was the son of Robert Willoughby, 4th Baron Willoughby de Eresby, by his first wife, Margery la Zouche, the daughter of William la Zouche, 2nd Baron Zouche of Harringworth, by Elizabeth de Roos, daughter of William de Roos, 2nd Baron de Roos of Hemsley, and Margery de Badlesmere (–), eldest sister and co-heir of Giles de Badlesmere, 2nd Baron Badlesmere.
The sport of our ancestors: being a collection of prose and verse setting forth the sport of fox-hunting as they knew it / ed. and selected with an introduction and appreciations by Lord Willoughby de Broke; illustrated by G. Armour by Willoughby de Broke, Richard Greville Verney baron () and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This letter exhorts Richard Greville Verney, 19th Baron Willoughby de Broke (), to 'Fight On Fight On' in the battle over the Parliament Bill, in the face of opposition from Lord Curzon.
Lord Curzon coined the phrase 'Ditchers' when he told Unionist peers ‘to fight in the last ditch’ in the face of the threat to the Lords veto. Robert Willoughby, 1st Lord Willoughby de Broke was born before 2 He was the son of Sir John Willoughby and Anne Cheyney.
1 He married Blanche Champernowne, daughter of Sir John Champernowne, before 2 He died on 22 August 2. Lord Willoughby de Broke. Lord Willoughby de Broke is a Non-affiliated Excepted Hereditary peer who has sat under this title in the Lords since 24 July His full title is The Lord Willoughby de Broke DL, and his given name is Leopold David Verney.
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Likewise, it was Lord Willoughby de Broke in the Controller's chair on 15 September, Battle of Britain Day. The Luftwaffe sent aircraft over at am and an additional aircraft at pm, seeking to destroy Fighter Command all together.
Lord Willoughby de Broke scrambled every squadron in No. 11 Group and all met their intended targets. Willoughby is one of the many new names that came to England following the Norman Conquest of The Willoughby family lived in Lincolnshire at Willoughby.
Early Origins of the Willoughby family. The surname Willoughby was first found in Lincolnshire where Sir William de Willoughby was Lord of Willoughby, a Norman knight who was granted the estates by William the Conqueror.
John Peyto, fourteenth Lord Willoughby de Broke, and his wife, Lady Louisa North, appear about to take tea with their three young children.
She holds her daughter, who stands on the table attempting a first step. In high spirits, one son enters on the right pulling a bright red toy horse. Another son attempts to take a piece of buttered bread. Baron Willoughby de Broke is a title in the Peerage of England.
It was created by writ in for Sir Robert Willoughby, de jure (according to modern doctrine) 9th Baron Latimer. On the death of his son, the two baronies (the recognised barony of Willoughby de Broke and the de jure barony of Latimer) fell into abeyance.Robert Willoughby, 1st Baron Willoughby de Broke KG (c.
– 23 August ) was one of the chief commanders against the Cornish rebels for Henry VII in Robert Willoughby was born at Brooke-in-Westbury, Wiltshire, the son of Sir John Willoughby of the family of the Barons Willoughby of Eresby, seated at Eresby Manor near Spilsby, Lincolnshire.
His mother was Anne Cheney, 2nd. ' Sir William de Willoughby, 5th Lord Willoughby was born circa at of Eresby, Lincolnshire, England; 26, 28, & 30 in ,15 He and Lucy le Strange obtained a marriage license on 3 January at Middle, Shropshire, England; They had 2 sons (Sir Robert, 6th Lord Willoughby, Comte de Vendôme & Beaumont-sur-Oise; & Sir Thomas.