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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Baron
Barons of the Exchequer were formerly six judges (a chief baron and five puisne barons) to whom the administration of justice was committed in causes betwixt the king and his subjects relative to matters of revenue.
Baron and Feme, in heraldry, is the term used when the coatsof-arms of a man and his wife are borne per pale in the game escutcheon, the mans being always on the dexter side, and the womans on the sinister.
Though in Latin documents of the middle ages the term barones for liberi domini was used, it was not until the I7th century that the word Baron, perhaps under the influence of the court of Versailles, began to be used as the equivalent of the old German Freiherr, or free lord of the Empire.
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 List of Barons in the peerages of the British Isles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of Barons ("Lords of Parliament" in Scottish terms) in the Peerages of England, Scotland, Great Britain, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
The Baron Lucas of Crudwell and The Lord Dingwall (known as the Lord Lucas of Crudwell and Dingwall) (1663)
The Baron Sheffield, Stanley of Alderley and Eddisbury (1783, known as the Lord Stanley of Alderley)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Barons   (312 words)

 Baron Wigram - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Baron Wigram, of Clewer in the County of Berkshire, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
It was created in 1935 for the soldier and court official Sir Clive Wigram, Private Secretary to King George V from 1931 to 1936.
George Neville Clive Wigram, 2nd Baron Wigram (b.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Baron_Wigram   (115 words)

 Peerage of the United Kingdom - InformationBlast
The ranks of the peerage are Duke, Marquess, Earl, Viscount, and Baron.
Baron Talbot of Malahide in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Oranmore and Browne in the Peerage of Ireland
www.informationblast.com /Peerage_of_the_United_Kingdom.html   (624 words)

 1972 Wigram
Despite a brisk wind blowing up the main straight McRae soon established Wigram as the quickest Tasman track when he circulated in 68.4 sec for an average of 112.105 mph.
But by the time the front-runners were setting themselves up in the bends at the south-east end of the circuit to run into the main straight, McRae had hit the front and he completed the first lap 100 yards clear of Hobbs, Hailwood, Bartlett, Matich, Noyes and Oxton.
Wigram proved that McRae and the Leda were just as much at home on a fast circuit as on a slow one, such as Levin.
www.sergent.com.au /tas72w.html   (1134 words)

 Hebraica and Judaica Collections at Stanford   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Central to this new commitment on the part of the Libraries to Jewish Studies was the acquisition in December 1985 of the library of Salo Wittmayer Baron, an outstanding scholarly collection of some 20,000 volumes.
The endowment of two chairs in Jewish Studies - the Aaron-Roland Professorship in Jewish Studies and the Daniel E. Koshland Professorship in Jewish Culture and History--and the concurrent acquisition of Salo Baron's library were the result of a chain of event that began in 1979.
Stanford's interest was piqued, and the University subsequently began to negotiate with Professor Baron for the purchase of his library.
www-sul.stanford.edu /depts/hasrg/jewish/jaboutco.html   (465 words)

 Bank of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Montagu Collet Norman, 1st Baron Norman, (1920-1944)
Sir Leslie O'Brien, Baron O'Brien of Lothbury (1966-1973)
In Around the World in Eighty Days, Phileas Fogg is hunted around the world under the suspicion that he robbed the Bank of England.
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 or · The Hereditary Peerage
Barons Deramore of Belvoir: 1st Thomas Bateson 1885·11·18 – 1890·12·1 2nd George William De Yarburgh-Bateson 1890·12·1 – 1893·4·29 3rd Robert Wilfred De Yarburgh-Bateson 1893·4·29 – 1936·4·1 4th George Nicholas De Yarburgh-Bateson 1936·4·1 – 1943·11·4 5th Stephen Nicholas De Yarburgh-Bateson 1943·11·4 – 1964·12·23 6th Richard Arthur De Yarburgh-Bateson 1964·12·23 – 2006·8·20
Ashcombe of Dorking and of Bodiam Castle, 4·th Baron
Brougham and Vaux of Brougham and Highhead Castle, 5·th Baron
www.unterstein.net /or/ThePeerage.html?select=onlyViscounts   (368 words)

 LHCMA catalogue: Godley - brief list
The largest section features correspondence between Godley and Col Sir Clive Wigram, Assistant Private Secretary to HM King George V, 1911-1933, notably Godley's descriptions of operations in Gallipoli and on the Western Front during World War One, 1915-1918, and Wigram's notes on political and social affairs in Great Britain during the same period.
The collection was acquired in three accessions, namely the correspondence with Col Sir Clive Wigram and Alfred Charles Harmsworth, Viscount Northcliffe, and most of the letters from various military correspondents, 1901-1954, in 1986; two volumes of letters from Godley to his wife, 1916-1918, in 1988, and further general correspondence in 1990.
The items described in Section One of the catalogue, the correspondence between Godley and Col Sir Clive Wigram, are held at the National Archives of New Zealand, Wellington, and may be consulted on microfilm at the Centre.
www.kcl.ac.uk /lhcma/cats/godley/go20-0.htm   (561 words)

 thePeerage.com - Augusta Wilhelmina Louisa Fremantle and others   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
     Commnander Charles Maurice Elton Gifford, 5th Baron Gifford was born on 4 March 1899.
     Ellice Margaret Allen was the daughter of Arthur Wigram Allen.
She married Commnander Charles Maurice Elton Gifford, 5th Baron Gifford, son of Hon.
www.thepeerage.com /p7942.htm   (366 words)

 Untitled Document
Wigram himself provided money for this work, a sum fifty thousand pounds, and spoke of it as simply passing through his hands.
Wigram and J. Bellett readily accepted it as the key to the prophecies.
George Vicesimus Wigram was born in 1805 in England.
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 thePeerage.com - Lucy Olga Wigram and others   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
She is the daughter of Anthony Francis Wigram and Sally Ann Bethell.
She is the daughter of Benjamin V. Sangster and Lucy Olga Wigram.
Dorothy Frances Bethell is the daughter of Sir John Henry Bethell, 1st Baron Bethell and Florence Wyles.
www.thepeerage.com /p14122.htm   (759 words)

 Janus: Churchill Archives Centre
The Papers of Harold Harington Balfour, 1st Baron Balfour of Inchrye.
The Papers of Leslie Hore-Belisha 1st Baron Hore-Belisha of Devonport 1893-1957.
The Papers of William Strang, 1st Baron Strang of Stonesfield, K.C.B. Churchill Archives Centre.
janus.lib.cam.ac.uk /db/node.xsp?id=EAD%2FGBR%2F0014   (3342 words)

 AIM25: Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives, King's College London: GODLEY, Gen Sir Alexander John (1867-1957)
Scope and content/abstract: Correspondence with Col Sir Clive Wigram, Assistant Private Secretary to HM King George V, 1911-1933, including detailed descriptions of operations in Gallipoli and on the Western Front during World War One.
There is a microfilm copy of the correspondence concerning Northcliffe (Section 2), and the majority of the letters from military friends (Section 3).
Existence and location of originals: The correspondence between Godley and Col Sir Clive Wigram is held at the National Archives of New Zealand, Wellington, and may be consulted on microfilm at the Centre.
www.aim25.ac.uk /cats/21/464.htm   (466 words)

 GENUKI: Beverley Parish information from Bulmers' 1892.
He became recorder of Hull and a Baron of the Exchequer, and, in 1648, Judge of Assize for the Northern Circuit.
The case was heard 19th March, 1852, when the Master of the Rolls decreed that only 7/47 of the increased rents of the Gilden Morden estate, and 5/45ths of the other estate belonged to the corporation, and the rest of the surplus was to be applied to charitable purposes.
On the 9th March, 1869, Baron Martin opened an inquiry into the election upon the petition.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/YKS/ERY/Beverley/Beverley92.html   (21586 words)

 British ministries, political parties, etc.
1721) 1721 - 1724 John Carteret, Baron Carteret (s.a.) 1724 - 1748 Thomas Pelham-Holles, Duke of Newcastle (s.a.) 1748 - 1751 John Russell, Duke of Bedford (b.
1771) 1771 - 1782 Thomas Villiers, Baron Hyde of Hindon (from 1776, Thomas Villiers, Earl of Clarendon) (b.
1786) 1786 - 1803 Charles Jenkinson, Baron Hawkesbury (from 1796, Charles Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool) (b.
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 The drafting of the letters patent of 1937
The Home Secretary then invited the Conference to consider whether, assuming that the course proposed was free from legal objection, it was a desirable course.
Lord Wigram said that so long as the Duke of Windsor remained out of the country he agreed that the matter was not one of practical importance but, if he came here, the fact that his wife was "Her Royal Highness" would put the King in a difficult position.
The Duke and Duchess would start a clique of their own with what would amount to a second Court and this would be bad for the Monarchy.
www.heraldica.org /topics/britain/drafting_lp1937.htm   (7711 words)

 List of Privy Counsellors (1837–1901) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1841 John Campbell, 1st Baron Campbell of St Andrews (1779-1861)
1845 Henry Lytton Bulwer, 1st Baron Dalling and Bulwer (1801-1872)
1893 Hussey Crespigney Vivian, 3rd Baron Vivian (1834-1893)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Privy_Counsellors_(1837-1901)   (1233 words)

 Countries I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
1825) 1 Aug 1823 - 13 Mar 1828 William Pitt Amherst, Baron Amherst (from 1826, William Pitt Amherst, Earl Amherst) (b.
1846) 4 Mar 1836 - 28 Feb 1842 George Eden, Baron Auckland (from 1839, George Eden, Earl of Auckland) (b.
1914) 23 Nov 1910 - 4 Apr 1916 Charles Hardinge, Baron Hardinge of Penshurst (b.
www.manic-raven.com /rulers/ruli.html   (14121 words)

 Centre for First World War Studies
Centre for Contemporary Governance and Citizenship in the UK
General Sir Kenneth Wigram (1875-1949) was employed in staff positions throughout the war: GSO2 GHQ India (1913-14; 1914-15); GSO2, then GSO1, GHQ France (1915-17); and, finally, BGGS (O.b) GHQ France (1917-18).
He was the brother of Sir Clive Wigram (1873-1960), 1st Baron Wigram, Assistant Private Secretary, then Private Secretary, to King George V. Wigram’s very unmilitary nickname looks like it has family origins, but this is mere ignorance and guesswork on my part.
www.firstworldwar.bham.ac.uk /nicknames/wigram.htm   (91 words)

 The National Archives | National Register of Archives | Browse the combined corporate and business indexes
Wigram, Clive (1873-1960) 1st Baron Wigram, private secretary to George V (11)
Wigram, Frederic Edward (1834-1897) Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (1)
Wigram, Joseph Cotton (1798-1867) Bishop of Rochester (1)
www.nationalarchives.gov.uk /nra/browser/person/page/person_WI.htm   (2080 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Was F/S of the radio section when I joined the mob and was posted to Wigram in 1958.
Fantastic memories, especially of Wigram 2TTS, great instructors...just a great bunch of guys all of you.
Was member of first radar course out of Wigram - R1 - 1940/41.
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Paris), partner in Bank Porges and Ephrussi, (#1552 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community) married in 1876 Mathilde Betty Weissweiller (b.
Paris 04/05/1897, in the fire of the Bazar de la Charité), daughter of Baron de Weisweller (b.
[Related to the wife of Baron Henri de Rothschild.
www.porges.net /FamilyTreesBiographies/JonasSimonPorges.html   (1672 words)

 Governors of the Bank of England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Sir Brien Ibrican Cokayne (Baron Cullen of Ashbourne 1920)
Montagu Collet Norman DSO (PC 1923) (Baron Norman of St Claire 1944)
Gordon William Humphreys Richardson MBE (TD 1979, PC 1976) (Baron Richardson of Duntisbourne 1983)
www.bized.ac.uk /dataserv/chron/governors.htm   (91 words)

 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of WILLIAM I "the Bastard"
+[4433] (George) Neville (Clive) Wigram b: 1915 m: 1941 Fact 1: M.C., 2nd Baron Wigram........................................................................................
32 [4445] Harry Richard Clive Wigram b: 1977...........................................................................................
32 [4446] Robert Christopher Clive Wigram b: 1980...........................................................................................
familytreemaker.genealogy.com /users/f/r/e/Alan-G-Freer/ODT11-1286.html   (848 words)

 List of Privy Counsellors (1910–1936)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
1915 Thomas Wodehouse Legh, 2nd Baron Newton (1857-1942)
1917 Weetman Dickinson Pearson, 1st Baron Cowdray (1856-1927)
1929 Bertrand Edward Dawson, 1st Baron Dawson of Penn (1864-1945)
www.tocatch.info /en/List_of_Privy_Counsellors_(1910-1936).htm   (565 words)

Lineage: Sir ROBERT WIGRAM, 1st Bt (qv); had by his 2nd w a 9th s:
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www.burkes-peerage.net /sites/Contents/book/UK/FHP/Peerage/fhp-WIGRAMBARON.asp   (174 words)

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In 1931 Birdwood was elected to the Mastership of Peterhouse College in Cambridge and in 1938 he was created Baron Birdwood of ANZAC and Totnes.
Filed here is an extensive series of letters between Birdwood and various correspondents covering the years 1915 - 1919.
The correspondents include Colonel Wigram, Lord Kitchener, General Brulard, General Hamilton, Sir Maurice Hankey, General Maxwell and General Godley.
www.awm.gov.au /findingaids/process.asp?collection=private&item=birdwood   (2688 words)

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