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William Dodington

Charles Angell Bradford

William Dodington

a tragedy of St. Sepulchre"s, Holborn, in 1600.

by Charles Angell Bradford

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Published by The Society) in (London .
Written in English


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ContributionsDodington, William.
The Physical Object
Pagination(9) p. ;
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Open LibraryOL20266119M

John Dodington (–) Although he served as a English diplomatic agent in Venice at the beginning of the s and became Henry Oldenburg’s most instrumental correspondent in Italy, relatively little is known about John Dodington.. He was born into Somerset gentry, the eldest son of Sir Francis Dodington (–/70), a county sheriff. Patron and place-hunter: a study of George Bubb Dodington, Lord Melcombe by Lloyd Charles Sanders (Book) The diary of the late George Bubb Dodington, baron of Melcombe Regis; from March 8, , to February 6, ; with an appendix, containing some curious and interesting papers, which are either referred to or alluded to in the diary.

{unique AFN: B,} { Some of this material is from the / book "The Descendants of William Leete"}William Leete, son of John of Dodington, was bred to the law, and served for a considerable time as clerk in the Bishop's Court at Cambridge, where, observing the oppressions and cruelties then practiced on the conscientious and virtuous Puritans, he was led to examine more. Local History Book Index: Rolling Hills & Whispering Pines - Westlock Nestow, Tawatinaw, Rochester, Perryvale Contributed for use in Alberta Digital Archives by Darlene Homme ***** ADAMKEWICZ, Mike & Anastasia ADAMS, Bertha ALFRED, Harry ALOISIO, Albert (Bert) & Erma ALOISIO, Antonio (Tony & Tillie) ALOISIO, Edward ALOISIO, Raniero & Daria ALOISIO, Rudolph ANDERSON, A.O. & Ernest .

George Bubb-Dodington, Baron Melcombe of Melcombe-Regis (original name (until ) George Bubb) was an English politician, a career office seeker who was the subject of a satirical engraving by William Hogarth, "Chairing the Members" (), and kept a diary (published ) that remains one of the best sources on British politics of his time. Search results 1 - 25 of Format Book/Printed Material. Search Books/Printed Material; Collections with Books/Printed Material.


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Breamore House, Nr. Fordingbridge, Hampshire Don't Move The Portrait. In January William Dodington, the then owner of Breamore House, having become depressed when a legal dispute with his neighbours, the Bulkley’s, went against him, flung himself to his death from the tower of St Sepulchre’s church in London.

Doddington was the son of William Dodington of Breamore House Hampshire. Inhe was High Sheriff of Hampshire. Inhe was elected Member of Parliament for Lymington. He was holding the manor of South Charford in and in settled it on his son Herbert on his marriage.

After Herbert died childless inDoddington held the manor again until his death inwhen it passed. William Dodington: a tragedy of St. Sepulchre's, Holborn, in. [Charles Angell Bradford; William Dodington] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Angell Bradford; William Dodington.

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Records may include photos, original documents, family history, relatives, specific dates, locations and full names. Dodington was himself of standing at Westminster and had also friends at court; his brother-in-law, John Sewster, was a former attorney of the court of wards, and Sir William Cecil, the high steward of Westminster, had in all probability secured the election of Dodington’s brother at.

William de Dodington of Dodington (d ) The family site contains a pedigree which inserts a John de Dodington between William & Philip but he is not mentioned by Collinson.

(1) Thomas de Dodington of Dodington (d before ) m. Maud Laundey (dau/coheir of Stephen Laundey by Cecilia, dau of Sir Edmund Burnel by Cecilia, sister/coheir of Sir.

Mary Dodington (Herbert) Birthdate: estimated between and Death: (murdered by her son Henry) Immediate Family: Daughter of Sir John Herbert MP and Margaret Herbert Wife of Sir William Dodington, MP Mother of Sir William Doddington MP; Herbert Doddington, MP; Anne Bulkeley and Henry Doddington.

Managed by. InWilliam of Normandy acknowledged some of these individuals still in his favour in the Domesday Book. DODINGTON (DORRINGTON), Sir William I (), of Breamore, Hants. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. Andrew Thrush and John P. Ferris, Available from Cambridge University Press.

His paternal grandfather was William Dodington of Breamore House (who died in ), and his maternal grandparents were Margaret (née Morgan) Herbert and Sir John Herbert of Neath Abbey who served as Secretary of State under Elizabeth I and James I. Career.

The village. Godshill is a small village scattered on either side of the B road east of Fordingbridge. The village is generally 18th and 19th century in date, with a number of cob-and-thatched cottages intermixed with brick-with-slate-roof buildings.

The village pub is known as "The Fighting Cocks" because there was once a cockpit here. The village cricket pitch of Godshill Cricket Club is. Dodington, David William CPSO#: MEMBER STATUS. Active Member as of 01 Jul EXPIRY DATE 30 Jun CPSO REGISTRATION CLASS.

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Bartholomew Dodington, Greek scholar, was buried in the north transept of Westminster Abbey. His grave is no longer marked but the inscription was recorded by William Camden in his guide to the Abbey published in The Latin inscription can be translated: To God, Best and Greatest, and in sacred.

William identified as elder son in the will of his father.Letter from William Coward at Wells to Thomas Lovell, mayor of Axbridge, Som.

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28) preliminary to its sale to Sir Edward Hulse, bart.