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  Robert Wingfield - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On May 19, 1426, Robert was knighted at Hereford by Henry VI of England.
He received a royal commission in 1451 and died in 1454.
Knighted by Edward IV for his accomplishments during the Battle of Tewkesbury (May 4, 1471).
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 Richard Wingfield - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
His paternal grandparents were Sir Robert Wingfield and Elizabeth Gousell.
She was daughter to Richard Woodville, 1st Earl Rivers and Jacquetta of Luxembourg, sister to Elizabeth Woodville, sister-in-law to Edward IV of England and widow of both Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham, and Jasper Tudor, 1st Duke of Bedford.
Mary Tudor was the fifth child and third daughter of Henry VII by Elizabeth of York.
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 The DeGroff's and Related Families - pafg386 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Elizabeth MITCHELL was born 1628 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Elizabeth WASHBURN was born 1665 and died 27 Jan 1742.
Elizabeth married Sir Thomas (DE) MOWBRAY 1st Duke of Norfolk on Jul 1384 in Arundel, Sussex, ENG.
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 The Robertson - Smith Connection - Person Page 214
     Elizabeth Wingfield was the daughter of Sir Robert Wingfield and Elizabeth Gousell.
The grandson of Elizabeth WINGFIELD and Sir William BRANDON, knight, was Charles BRANDON, Duke of Suffolk, the brother in law of Henry VIII.
Elizabeth died on 4 February 1805 at Albemarle County, Virginia, at age 29.
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 Heritage Crossroads Genealogy - WINGFIELD Connections
He was married to Elizabeth GOUSELL (daughter of Robert GOUSELL Sir and Elizabeth FITZ-ALAN) about 1427 in Derbyshire, England.
maryed Elizabeth Daughtr and heyr of Robert Gowsell and of Elizabeth his wyfe Daughtr and one of theyres of Rychard erll of arondell.
Elizabeth GOUSELL was born about 1402 in Derbyshire, England.
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 My Family
ELIZABETH AND PIETER WERE AMONG THE FIRST SETTLERS OF THE TOWN OF BUSHWICK, HAVING PURCHASED 130 ACRES OF LAND IN THAT AREA, LOCATED ON THE EAST RIVER.
ELIZABETH WAS LIVING ON AND ACQUIRED TITLE TO THIS PROPERTY AT THE TIME OF HER HUSBAND'S DEATH.
ELIZABETH MARRIED A SECOND TIME ON 6 OCT. 1662 AT NEW AMSTERDAM DUTCH CHURCH, TO A JOOST JANSEN COCQUIT (COCKUIT OR KOKHUYT; BORN AT BRUGGE, FLANDERS, BELGUIM; RECORDED AS EMIGRATING FROM WIERINGEN 27 APRIL 1660, AS A SOLDIER ON THE SHIP OTTER).
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 Royal Ancestry of James Claypoole
James Claypoole, merchant of London, treasurer of the Free Society, came to Pennsylvania on the Concord, arriving the 8th or 10th of October 1683, with his wife Helen Mercer and seven children.
His older brother John, with whom he was never close, had brief importance as the husband of Oliver Cromwell's daughter Elizabeth, and a membership in the Protector's House of Lords, together with a baronetcy which perished with him.
Since Elizabeth and her children had died without surviving issue, James escaped trouble by association when the Restoration occurred.
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 CLAYPOOL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Sir Robert Wingfield Knight of Upton married Elizabeth Cecil daughter of Richard Cecil of Burleigh, Sheriff of Northamptonshire 1542 and 1543.
Lady Elizabeth Fitz-Alen born 1425 married Sir Robert Goushill, Knight Lord of Hault, Hucknall Manor, County Derby.
Princess Elizabeth Plantagenet married 1302 to Humphrey De Bohen, Earl of Hereford.
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 Ancestors of Elizabeth FITZALAN
Elizabeth next married Thomas DE MOWBRAY, son of John MOWBRAY and Elizabeth SEGRAVE, in 1384 in Castle, Arundel, Sussex, England.
Elizabeth next married Duke Of Norfolk Thomas D'AUBIGNY-MOWBRAY, son of Fourth Baron Of Mowbray John IV D'AUBIGNY-MOWBRAY and Baroness Of Segrave Elizabeth DE SEGRAVE, in Jul 1384 in Arundel Castle, Sussex, England.
Elizabeth next married Robert GOUSHILL, son of Nicholas GOUSHILL and Unknown, on 1 Sep 1401.
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 Richard Wingfield dgun.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The failure of English territorial ambitions in continental Europe prompted the kingdom's rulers to look further afield, creating the foundations of the mercantile and colonial network that was to become the British Empire.
Elizabeth's successor, James I was already king of Scotland (as James VI); and this personal union of the two crowns into the crown of Great Brittaine was followed a century later by the Act of Union 1707, which formally unified England, Scotland and Wales into the Kingdom of Great Britain.
This later became the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1801 to 1927) and then the modern state of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (1927 to present) For post-unification history, see history of the United Kingdom.
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 Download Info of - 1491   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Also featured were the hermaphrodite Josephine Joseph, with her left/right divided gender; Johnny Eck, the legless man; and the completely limbless Prince Randian (also known as The Human Torso, and mis-credited as "Rardion), who, in a notable scene lights a cigarette with his mouth.
There was also Koo-Koo the Bird Girl (who suffered from Virchow-Seckel syndrome or bird-headed dwarfism) and is most remembered for the scene where she dances on the table, Elizabeth Green the Stork Woman and Olga Roderick the Bearded Lady.
A comics adaptation of Freaks was published in four issues by Monster Comics in 1982, written by Jim Woodring and illustrated by F.
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 Worldroots.com
Elizabeth de Bohun, ?-1385 = 3rd cousin 20 times removed, etc.
Elizabeth Fitzalan, ?-1425 = 4th cousin 19 times removed, etc.
Elizabeth Goushill = 5th cousin 18 times removed, etc.
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 Ambroise de Lore dgun.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Caen, Cherbourg, Carentan, and other Norman towns endured many casualties in the fight for the province, which continued until the liberation of Le Havre on September 12.
Since the Channel Islands have remained loyal to the English Crown since the division of Normandy in 1204, yet are not part of the UK but rather the Duchy of Normandy, the British monarch (currently Queen Elizabeth II) is toasted as Duke of Normandy.
However, she is not regarded as Duke of Normandy outside her realms since claims by English monarchs to the title were given up by the Treaty of Paris of 1259.
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 1491 oddd.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
He was also involved in the construction and improvement of several buildings, including King's College Chapel, Christ Church, Oxford, Hampton Court Palace, Nonsuch Palace and Westminster Abbey.
Westminster Abbey Born at the Palace of Placentia at Greenwich, Henry was the third child of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York.
Only three of Henry's six siblings, Arthur (the Prince of Wales), Margaret and Mary, survived infancy.
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 Descended from English Monarchs
Our common ancestors are Robert Gousell and Elizabeth Fitz Alan.
I suppose we're all related somewhere back there, but it's always fun to find a cousin on the Internet.
I also descend from William the Conquerer through Robert and Elizabeth (Cecil) Wingfield's daughter Dorothy.
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 11th Earl of Arundel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Richard Fitzalan, 11th Earl of Arundel (see here),
mar 1stly to Elizabeth de Bohun [descendant of Edward I] and had issue:
Elizabeth Goushill, mar Sir Robert Wingfield and had issue.
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1 OCT 1794-) Mabee, Elias (14 APR 1806-3 DEC 1880) Mabee, Eliza (27 APR 1813-28 AUG 1864) Mabee, Elizabeth Tucker (20 MAY 1...
HOME IMAGE GALLERY ANCESTOR TABLE MIGRATION TRAILS The Coleman Family Coleman Data It is clear from the will of William Coleman that his brother was Richard Coleman.
Descendants of Sir Robert WINGFIELD and Elizabeth GOUSELL Sir Robert was Knight of Letheringham, a Member of Parliament for Suffolk, England and a steward to Sir John de Mowbray, the Duke of Norfolk, 1447.
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