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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Dudley

    Lord Dudley in 1553 , 90 and in 1554 , after the attainder of John Dudley , then Duke of Northumberland , Queen Mary restored to him the manor and castle of Dudley . 91 Dudley , Lord Dudley .

    Houses of Cluniac monks Priory of St James of Dudley

    Houses of Cluniac monks Priory of St James of Dudley HOUSE OF CLUNIAC MONKS 10. THE PRIORY OF ST . JAMES OF DUDLEY The Cluniac priory of Dudley was founded about the middle of the twelfth century 1 and furnishes

    Editorial note

    the Rev. H. J. E. Burrell , M.A.; the Rev. J. H. Dixson , M.A.; the Rev. W. D. Waddell Dudley , M.A.; the Rev. A. R. T. Eales , M.A.; the Rev. G. Montague Hall , M.A.; the Rev.

    Staffordshire VCH committee

    E. Roberts Mr. F. W. Savill Mr. S. O. Stewart Mr. N. W. Tildesley Mr. P. J. Bullock Representing the Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council Mrs. N. Daniel Representing the Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council Mr. F. H. Lamb Mrs. E. D.

    Editorial note

    Edmund H. New , of Evesham ; Mr. Percy J. Pond , of Droitwich ; Mr. F. Grazebrook , of Dudley ; and the Reverend Eustace Havergal, M.A., of Feckenham , for information on various points; to Mr. Arthur W.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Staffordshire Joint Stock Bank. Ymladdodd dau o ddynion ieuainc o'r enw Joseph Hendley a John Bryan, a achos colomen, yn Dudley, ddydd Mawrth. Pan welodd Hendley ei hun yn caes y gwaethaf, tynodd allan ei gyllell, a thrywanodd Bryan yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y. trydydd, yr Argliwyddes d Barrington, Ardalyddes Elzy, Is-larll Torrington,ac e Arglwydd Strathnairn; yn y bedwaredd cerbyd- e, | Milwriad Dudley de Ros, Duces Roxburgh, Ardal- , ydd Ailesbury, ac Is-Iarll Sydney. Yna daeth e trwp o'r Life Guards, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    en cynal yn y wilad hen, i geisio dylanwadu an y Llywedraeth gyd- nabed y Weriniaeth Ffrengig.. Dywedin fed Jan11 Dudley weti cynyg ei breswyl- fed pnydfertb, Witley Court, yn ages i Worcester, at Wasanaeth diweddar Ymeredres Ffrainc a'r Ty- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dudley, yr hwn a ganfyddai ynddo ;gymhwyederau arbenig i waith neillduol y Fibl Gymdeithas, a'r cynahwysderau hyny wedi eu trwytho a chydym- deimlad dwfn a'i hamcan syml ai chyfansoddiad- catholig. Yn ystod ei ymweliadau a Deheudir Cymru, ffurfiodd Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nds, M.A. ====-bim rd. Dydd Iilun cyflwynodd' Arglwydd- Peurhyn; yn ] Nhy yr; Arglwyddi, ddeiseb oddiwrth " Gymdeithas lw' Geidwadol y GAweithwyr" Caernarfon, yn .erbyn 0 g Mesur yBalot. Mae perygl am y balot wedi'r cWblI tru Carai p6bl Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DUDLEY, alias SUTTON, Edward (1567-1643), of Dudley Castle, Staffs.

    DUDLEY, alias SUTTON, Edward (1567-1643), of Dudley Castle, Staffs. Constituency Dates Staffordshire 1584 Ofifces Held J.p. Staffs. by 1585; high steward, Norwich cathedral 1631-5. Biography Dudley was descended from John Sutton of Dudley Castle, created a peer by Henry VI.

    DUDLEY, alias SUTTON, John (1569-1645), of Compton Hallows, Staffs.

    DUDLEY, alias SUTTON, John (1569-1645), of Compton Hallows, Staffs. Constituency Dates Staffordshire 1597 Biography Dudley was the younger son of a bankrupt peer, his inheritance being limited to his father’s ‘chiefest apparell’, £300 and an annuity which, in the event,

    DUDLEY, John I (d.1580), of Stoke Newington, Mdx.

    at d. Biography Dudley, if the above identification is correct (the existence of namesakes introduces some uncertainty) owed his Helston seat to a connexion between the Killigrews, the local patrons, and his relative and master Sir Robert Dudley, afterwards Earl

    DUDLEY, Joseph (1647-1720), of Cowes, I.o.W. and Roxbury, Massachusetts

    England Dudley gained a new patron in the person of Lord Cutts (John*), and when Cutts was made governor of the Isle of Wight in 1693, he appointed Dudley as his deputy. Their arrangement was that Cutts supported Dudley for

    DUDLEY, alias SUTTON, Robert (1471/72-1539), of Shrewsbury, Salop.

    of his municipal career. His half-brother Edward, 2nd Lord Dudley, a figure of some authority in Shropshire, doubtless favoured his election, but his precedence over his partner Adam Mytton, who unlike Dudley had sat in the previous Parliament, is probably

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    his Possession a very valuable MS. (both for the Writer and Subject of it) wrote by a remarkable Man, Edmud Dudley Esq; a great Counsillor to King Henry VII . but beheaded in the beginning of King Henry VIII .

    Book 1, Chapter 27 SUTTON's Hospital. Orders.

    James , founded in the Charter House in the County of Middlesex , & c. and of the Possessions thereof. Dudley Lord North had a Mansion House at or near the East End of the Charter House; concerning which, the

    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Occurrences.

    Childbirth in the Tower. In the Year 1509 , Sir Richard Empson , Knight, and Edmund Dudley, Esq; Serjeant at Law, (of which Dudley was of a good Family, but Empson was reported the Son of a Sievemaker;) were committed

    Book 3, Chapter 6 Cripplegate Ward. [Monuments.]

    By whom it is said Thomas had issue, Dudley , his Sonne and heyre; Leonard, his second Son; Margaret and Ursula now living; beside William and Mary, who died young. [ Digg 's Coat was Gules, a Cross, Arg .

    Book 4, Chapter 4 Suburbs. Monuments in St. Giles's.

    1660 , but the Inscription gone. The Arms are, Or, a Lion Rampant with a double Tail Vert. (which is Dudley 's Arms) impaling, Argent, a Fret Gules. South Wall. Thomas Cornwallis, Esq; Son of Sir Francis Cornwallis . He

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    Do neuer thinke it straunge, Though now I haue misfortune.For if that fortune chaunge,The same to thee may happen. Iane Dudley. Deo inuante nil nocet liuor malus. Et non inuante nil iuuat labor grauis. If God do helpe thee, Hate

    Quene Mary. The prayer and death of Lady Iane.

    Quene Mary. The prayer and death of Lady Iane. An. 1554. February.seruaunt, and euen at midnight be waking, lest when death commeth and stealeth vpon you like a theefe in the night, you be with the euill seruaunt found

    Queene Mary. A letter of the Lady Iane, her prayer, with her hehauiour at her death.

    yeare of our Lord God. 1553. the 12. day of February.¶ Certayne prety verses written by the sayd Lady Iane with a pinne. Non aliena putes homini, quæ obtingere possunt, Sors hodierna mihi, tunc erit illa tibi. Iane Dudley. Deo

    Actes and Monumente of the Churche.

    that there succeded straight wayes in me a meruelous consolation of my selfe: and not longe after came one maister Dudley, and persuaded with me as the former did, whom I answered as before. And so at length comming to

    Queene Mary. The prayer and Death of Lady Iane.

    Lady Iane with a pynne. Non aliena putes homini, quæ obtingere possunt, Sors hodierna mihi, tunc erit illa tibi. Iane Dudley. Deo iuuante, nil nocet liuor malus: Et non iuuante, nil iuuat labor grauis. Post tenebras spero lucem. ¶ Certaine

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Harmonic Lodge

    Places Bush Inn, High Street, Dudley, Worcestershire 1784 Dudley Arms Hotel, Market Street, Dudley, Worcestershire 1802 Talbot Inn, Wolverhampton Street, Dudley, Worcestershire 1816 Commercial Inn, Wolverhampton Street, Dudley, Worcestershire 1828 Saracen's Head [now Freemasons' Tavern], Stone Street, Dudley, Worcestershire 1832

    Dudley Castle Lodge

    Notes (1): Erased in order to amalgamate with Mosaic Lodge No. 5028 on 10th September 2003, the latter retaining its name and number. Meeting Places Dudley Arms Hotel, Dudley, Worcestershire, England 1922 Masonic Hall, Wellington Road, Dudley, Worcestershire, England 1936

    Mosaic Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Amalgamated with Dudley Castle Lodge No. 4437 on 10th September 2003, retaining its name and number Meeting Places Freemasons' Tavern, Stone Street, Dudley, Worcestershire, England 1928 Masonic Hall, Wellington Road, Dudley, Worcestershire, England 1937

    Priory Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Wellington Road, Dudley, Worcestershire, England 1935 Masonic Hall, Wellington Road, Dudley, Staffordshire, England 1967

    Old Dudleian Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Wellington Road, Dudley, Worcestershire, England 1948

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 14th September 1840

    Civil List had constantly been in distress, debt, &c - I took a little walk, - etched, read in " Dudley 's Letters", & rested. - Mr Anson & Col: Cowper (who stay still the 16th) dined. - Talking to

    Thursday 30th August 1838

    title of Dudley , Lord M. said, from very ancient Lord Dudleys - much older than Robert Dudley , Earl of Leicester , who he quite despised, Lord M. said, as being descended “from that Empson and Dudley ”. “He

    Monday 5th June 1837

    Tracy M.P., from the Borough of Brecon , by Mr Morgan , M.P.; from the Inhabitants of the Borough of Dudley , by Capt. Hawkes M.P. & from Blandford , by Ld Portman . Also received later, an Address from

    Monday 5th June 1837

    by Mr.Hanbury Tracy M.P.; from the Borough of Brecon , by Mr.Morgan M.P.; from the Inhabitants of the Borough of Dudley , by Captain Hawkes M.P.; and from Blandford , by Lord Portman . Wrote my journal. Went down again

    Monday 24th September 1838

    me he had been reading a little in Lord Dudley 's journal this evening, but that he hadn't near got through it; he said it raised his opinion of Lord Dudley ; “there's no gall; very good-natured”. It is better

 

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