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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Mary Magdalene , Malmesbury

    in 1439 . 6 He was an executor of the will of Edward, Duke of York , who fell at Agincourt , 7 and for four years he had drawn a pension from Abingdon Abbey . 8 His appointment was

    Colleges Fotheringhay

    site on which the Cluniac nunnery had formerly stood. Edward, however, fell in th e vanguard of the fight at Agincourt in 1415 . Neither college nor church was yet finished, but his body was brought to Fotheringhay and interred

    Townships Anderton

    his son; Lever Chartul. (Add. MS. 32103), no. 114. Thurstan de Anderton was present at the battle of Agincourt ; Nicolas, Agincourt , 375. The name also occurs in 1387 and 1396-7 ; Lancs . Inq. p.m . (Chet. Soc.),

    Ashington Manors

    the 1390s 28 and witnessed a local charter in 1402 . 29 William and Robert Wolf of Ashington fought at Agincourt in 1415 , 30 and John and Roger Wolf , gentlemen of Ashington , were pardoned in 1450 for

    Townships Inskip with Sowerby

    Manor ' in Tyldesley in 1385 . 9 Of these Richard 10 is probably the knight who was slain at Agincourt , 1415. 11 and was followed by a son Henry, 12 who occurs down to 1446. 13 Then came

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GREEN, Thomas II, of Casterton, Westmld.

    of Bilton in Yorkshire to compensate for losses sustained by him at the siege of Harfleur and the batle of Agincourt in the previous year. He was evidently with Henry at Mantes in the spring of 1419, since he then

    GAMES JOHN, alias AP MORGAN, (by 1496-?1561), of Newton and Brecon, Brec.

    to the last Henrician Parliament he was given a surname derived from his ancestor Dafydd Gam, the warrior killed at Agincourt, but he himself generally used the patronymic ap Morgan; it was his sons Edward and Meredydd who were to

    SPRENGHOSE, Edward (d.1417).

    with the Talbots, and it was under the command of Gilbert, Lord Talbot, that he fought at the battle of Agincourt. In the following February (1416), about the same time that he was elected to his only known Parliament, he

    HARYNGTON, Sir James (d.1417), of Fishwick, Lancs.

    in France, Sir James and his men proved equally spirited in the face of the enemy, fighting at Harfleur and Agincourt, and sustaining expenses of almost £192, of which at least £51 remained outstanding two years later. On his return

    WODEHOUSE, Sir Philip, 3rd Bt. (1608-81), of Kimberley, Norf.

    London origins, who became controller of Castle Rising and sat for the county in four Parliaments, though his service at Agincourt is as legendary as his Norfolk ancestry. The family had a strong natural interest at Thetford, 15 miles from

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Son of Edmund of Langley , fifth Son of Edward the Third , who was killed at the Battle of Agincourt . She was buried Anno 1474 . ] William Sutton, alias Dudley, Bishop of Durham , [Son of John

    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds. Heraldo-Memoriale.

    he was willing to give. To which he returned a stay'd and sober Answer. This was before the Battel of Agincourt , Anno 1403 . After they were broken and defeated, K. Henry perceiving they began to rally, sent an

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nid oeddynt yn dweyd hyn mewn dychryn, ond yr an yabryd ag yr oedd Syr Dafydd Gam, a 'dacn brwydr Agincourt, yn dweyd am y Ffrancod, "*fod ynoddigon i's ilaid, digon i'w cymnervd'ye garcharor- jCD, a digon i ffoi ymaith." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adifeilion dwy ystafell, yxna.d rai yr oeddem yn teimlo idyddordeb, dcf yr ystafeil yrna d un y ga iwyd gwron Agincourt, a'r iavonio2 hcl, lie y- -cynhielid brawdlys y sir yn ystod y ganrif ddiweddaf. o1 Disgynaddycastell wrth etifeddiaeth fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adgoffa geiriau Syr Dafydd Gamn, yr hvwn pan anfonwyd ef i gymeryd adroddiad am nifer y gelyn o flaen brwydr Agincourt, a ddychwelodd gyda'r sylw,-" Mae yna ddigon i'w lladd, digon i'w dal, a digon i redeg ymaith." Gwir, meddai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    olrhain achos o aml-wr- eiiaeth yn erbyn un Edward Davies, mnorwr, perth- ynol i'r llong ryfel, yr Agincourt. Cymerwyd yr achos i fyny o ran y Goron gan Mr. Moore, cyfreith- iwr. Amddiffynwyd ef gan Mr. T. M. Bleakley. Ymddengys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddeuai i'r golwg yu ei weithiat2. Am fywiogrwydd disgrfiadol gellid cymeryd y disdrifiad o werayll y Ffrancod a en: brwydr Agincourt. Am wybodeetb, so adnabyidiaeh o wahanol ddosbeirth o ddynion, ac am wavtdiaeth ddi. I gymar, cymerer Brutua ac Anthony, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, December 1536, 21-25, 21 December 1536-25 December 1536

    Henry VIII December 1536, 21-25 December 1536, 21-25 21 Dec. R. O. 1349 . James Bettes to Cromwell. As I promised by letter when the King was at Portsmouth, 1 I have paid this last term to Sir Brian

    Memorial VII, Religious Privileges

    See page 156 (82). P. 155 (15). Sion College occupies the same site (p. 373). P. 155 (13). Founded at Isleworth by Henry V. (1420) as a memorial of the Battle of Agincourt. The only house of Bridgetines in England.

    Henry VIII, September 1536, 1-10, 01 September 1536-10 September 1536

    Henry VIII September 1536, 1-10 September 1536, 1-10 1 Sept. R. O. 386 . Richard Ryche to Cromwell. I am informed by the suffragan of Bedford that the dean of Sudbury College is departed. 1 The suffragan is an

    Letters and Papers, October 1539, 11-15, 01 October 1539-31 October 1539

    Letters and Papers October 1539 October 1539 11 Oct. R. O. 314 . ANTHOINE BRUSSET to LORD LISLE. I have received your letter intimating that the Queen [of Hungary ] will send a gentleman to conduct the ambassador of


    Proposes a yearly memorial of the destruction of the bp. of Rome out of the realm, as the victory of Agincourt is annually celebrated at Calais, and the destruction of the Danes at Hoptide. It would be better that the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 February 1810, 22 February 1810

    was " the Creed of thofe who founded Britiß Liberty at " Runnymeade, who conquered at Crejfy, Poicliers, and " Agincourt; amongft thofe who repelled and annihi- " lated the Spaniß Armada none bore a nobler Part " than thofe Subscribers-only content

    2 July 1825, 2 July 1825

    seems to show, that notwithstanding Thomas Earl of " Edward Duke of York was killed in the Battle of " Agincourt in October 1415. His Nephew, Richard; " Son of The Earl of Cambridge, was then a Minor; " and Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 26 June 1802

    Commiffary of Accounts to the Forces under the Command of Sir Ralph Abercromby To John Bligh, Efq. Commander of the Agincourt, for carrying out Dollars to Newfoundland, and for his Secretary, for diftributing them to the Troops - To Dr. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 1 November 1813

    - Resolution - - St. Vincent - - Jupiter - - - Creole - - - London - - - Agincourt - - Neptune - - • Building - *¦ " - Building Building Building ¦ ll*/1! /~i V d—\ Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 1 November 1814

    Caroline - - - Emerald - - - London - - - Java S* Vincent - - Britannia - - Agincourt - - Windsor Castle - Canopus - - - Ordered to be built Ordered to be built Ordered to Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 1st November 1838

    the Church Reforms which were going on here, and this College was instituted in commemoration of those who fell at Agincourt , and they are, he says, expressly ordered to pray for the souls of those who fell on that


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