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De Braose Family History | de Braose Shield

De Braose Family History | de Braose Shield

Anne Boleyn's Book of Hours made in 1450 and inscribed with the aphorism "Le temps viendra,"(the time will come) and Anne's signature. The illustration is quite beautiful and the sentiment noteworthy given her tragic and untimely death! The book is now in her family home at Hever Castle, open to visitors.

Anne Boleyn's Book of Hours made in 1450 and inscribed with the aphorism "Le temps viendra,"(the time will come) and Anne's signature. The illustration is quite beautiful and the sentiment noteworthy given her tragic and untimely death! The book is now in her family home at Hever Castle, open to visitors.

Lovell genealogy/ England  | Richard Lovell Edgeworth

Lovell genealogy/ England | Richard Lovell Edgeworth

"John signs the Magna Carta at Runnymede" from 'A Chronicle of England: B.C. 55 – A.D. 1485' by James William Edmund Doyle c. 1864. (Slight inaccuracy, John did not sign the charter it was sealed)

What is the Magna Carta and why there is a Google Doodle?

"John signs the Magna Carta at Runnymede" from 'A Chronicle of England: B.C. 55 – A.D. 1485' by James William Edmund Doyle c. 1864. (Slight inaccuracy, John did not sign the charter it was sealed)

Saher de Quincy (I), or Quency, was the tenant of Anselm de Chokes at Long Buckby, co. Northhampton in (probably) 1124 - 1129. He presumably derived the Quincy or Quency name from Cuinchy, near Béthune, on the border of Artois and Flanders, which is less than 10 miles from Chocques, the original home of his Northhampton overlord. It is probable that name of Saher, or Saier  is a corruption either from the Hebrew Zair, affliction; or the Saxon Segher, Sigher, or Seagar, a Conqueror.

Saher de Quincy (I), or Quency, was the tenant of Anselm de Chokes at Long Buckby, co. Northhampton in (probably) 1124 - 1129. He presumably derived the Quincy or Quency name from Cuinchy, near Béthune, on the border of Artois and Flanders, which is less than 10 miles from Chocques, the original home of his Northhampton overlord. It is probable that name of Saher, or Saier is a corruption either from the Hebrew Zair, affliction; or the Saxon Segher, Sigher, or Seagar, a Conqueror.

The noble tryumphaunt coronacyon of quene Anne/ wyfe unto the noble kynge Henry viii

The noble tryumphaunt coronacyon of quene Anne/ wyfe unto the noble kynge Henry viii

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