The English Baronetage: Containing a Genealogical and Historical Account of All the English Baronets, Now Existing: Their Descents, Marriages, and Issues; Memorable Actions, Both in War, and Peace; Religious and Charitable Donations; Deaths, Places of Burial and Monumental Iiscriptions [sic] (Google eBook)
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afterwards anno Argent Arms Barnardiston Bart Blount brother Bunbury Catherine Cheshire church Clarges coheir Created Baronet Crest D'Oyly daugh daughter and heir daughter of John daughter of Sir daughter of Thomas died S. P. died unmarried died without issue died young dignity and estate Dorothy Dutton earl eldest daughter Esquire Essex Ex inf fame father Gules hath heir of Sir hereafter Hertfordshire high sheriff honour Hugh Ibid inscription James Jane John Trevelyan Kent King Charles knight lady Lancashire left issue lies buried Lincolnshire living London lord manor Margaret married Elizabeth married to Sir Middlesex monument Newdigate Nicholas Oxfordshire Parker parliament present baronet reign relict Roger Sable second wife serjeant at law shire Sir Edward Sir Henry Sir John Sir Richard Sir Robert Sir Thomas Sir William sister Skipwith Staffordshire succeeded successor Suffolk surviving three daughters three sons Yorkshire
Page 484 - Hall, was created a Knight of the Bath at the coronation of King EDWARD VI.
Page 590 - ... have the king better informed and disposed towards him, and engaged the lord chancellor to be his friend ; who thereupon sent him an advertisement of somewhat designed against him by the council, and being in haste, wrote only on the back of his letter,
Page 411 - ... and quality. His civility was free from the formality of rule, and flowed immediately from his good fenfe.
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Page 604 - Mr. Serjeant Hofkyns, fo famous for his wit, who had the misfortune of being committed to the Tower of London, by order of King James I. for a fpeech he made in the houfe of commons, reflecting upon mercenary Scottifh favourites, and hinting at the fame time upon Sicilian vefpers. In the Tower, the following line was made, when he found the effects of too free fpeaking : Vfncula da lingua, vel tlbi lingua dabit.
Page 502 - D'Oyley was the sister of Quarles, of the " Emblems," to whom probably the epitaph to his sister is to be attributed. It runs thus : Would'st thou reader draw to life The perfect copy of a wife, Read on then redeerae from shame 'that lost that honourable name.
Page 678 - Jany. 18th, in the tenth year of our Sovereign Lord, the King, in the year of our Lord, 1339. That the said Hamon Beckwith, should usurp and take unto him a coat of arms, which was appertaining unto John Lord...
Page 541 - I was seduced in my younger days, and to settle me again in the true ancient Catholic and Apostolic Faith, professed by our Church of England, in which I was born and baptized, and in which I joyfully die, with full assurance, by the merits of my most blessed Saviour Jesus, to enjoy eternal happiness.
Page 678 - And also that your appearance shall be the 14th day of October next coming, in the aforesaid year above written. " And the said Orator did appear at the said day appointed, and did bring with him such evidence; whereof one piece, bearing date from the 10th year of...