A brief enquiry into the antiquity, honour and estate of the name and family of Wake

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Page 24 - Who this Hugh was, in whom our Name became first the Name of a Family, I have not found; and am apt to think, from his taking of his Wives Name, that he was not very considerable of himself, nor does it appear, that he did any extraordinary Matters after his coming to so high a Fortune. The
Page 12 - travelled Flanders was one, where he married a Noble Virgin Turfride by Name: by whom he had one onely Daughter, whom he married to Hugh Evermur, 'Lord of Deping, which by that Means descended together with Brunne
Page 17 - to settle in: For as Hereward and Hugh Evermur before, So this Richard de Rulos now left only one Daughter
Page 35 - I am yet to seek: only I find her in an Ancient Charter, called by the Name of
Page 2 - have done for it; How far they have ventured, and how much they have suffered, for the Sake of it; And what Honour they have gained by their
Page 18 - Roger dyed unmarried, Or he left no Children to succeed him. And so the Dignity and Estate fell to Emma his Sister; And by her
Page 7 - that we must look for the first Original of our Family among the Saxons;
Page 52 - White Hart couchant gorged with a Gold Chain and Coronet under a Tree, derived from the Princess Joan his Mother.
Page 18 - of Brunne, founded by this Baldwyn, I find by the Name of Roger,

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