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edward hyde 1st earl of clarendon wikipedia - edward hyde 1st earl of clarendon 18 february 1609 9 december 1674 was an english statesman who served as lord chancellor to king charles ii from 1658 two years before the restoration of the monarchy until 1667, edward montagu 2nd earl of manchester wikipedia - life he was the eldest son of henry montagu 1st earl of manchester by his first wife catherine spencer granddaughter of sir william spencer of yarnton oxfordshire england was born in 1602 and was educated at sidney sussex college cambridge 1618 22, captains yeomen of the queen s body guard - earl of oxford b1442 1513 1st captain of the sovereign s body guard 1485 1486 j ohn d e v ere 13th earl of oxford was one of the principal lancastrian commanders during the war of the roses early in the reign of edward iv, veterans of the civil rights movement history - in a sense 1951 marks the passing of the torch from the civil rights generation of the 30s and 40s to the generation of the 50s and 60s, england anglo saxon nobility fmg - england anglo saxon nobility v3 0 updated 29 may 2014 return to index table of contents introduction chapter 1 devon chapter 2, banks dean genealogy person page 54 - birth circa 1412 london england marriage principal emme 2 3 marriage principal eleanor poole 1 death june 1478 4 apprenticed 1434 london middlesex england he finished his apprenticeship to thomas faulconer mercer 5, the periphery of francia spain britain eastern europe - successors of rome the periphery of francia 445 present kings of the asturias navarre leon castile aragon portugal spain england scotland ireland, locke john internet encyclopedia of philosophy - john locke 1632 1704 john locke was among the most famous philosophers and political theorists of the 17 th century he is often regarded as the founder of a school of thought known as british empiricism and he made foundational contributions to modern theories of limited liberal government