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  Kings, Queens, Presidents and First Ladies
Duke Robert de Normandie I "The Magnificent" [18124] was born c1003 in Normandie, France, died on 22 Jul 1035 in Nicea, Bithynia, Turkey at age 32, and was buried in Nicea, Bithynia, Turkey.
Robert The Magnificent, or The Devil, French Robert Le Magnifique, or Le Diable duke of Normandy (1027—35), the younger son of Richard II of Normandy and the father, by his mistress Arlette, of William the Conqueror of England.
Duke Robert de Normandie II [18113] was born circa 1052 in Normandy, France, died on 10 Feb 1134 in Cardiff Castle, Wales at age 82, and was buried in St. Peters Church, Gloucester, England.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Robert Winchelsey
While in Paris, Robert read, and possibly met, Thomas Aquinas, and his own theology was thereafter purely scholastic.
Clement V suspended Robert, who then went to the Papal court at Bordeaux.
Robert of Winchelsea's theological writings date primarily from his time at St. Paul's, where he delivered a number of quodibeta.
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 25th Generation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Sir Robert de Neville, Baron Neville was born circa 1236 in Castle Raby, Durham County, England and married circa 1260 in Middleham, Yorkshire County, England.
BIOGRAPHY: In 1271, Robert was caught by friends of the husband of a lady in Craven, who inflicted on him their vengeance in a mode intended to prevent forever repetition of this offense.
Robert FitzRoger de Clavering, Baron Clavering was born circa 1247 in Clavering, Essex County, England and married circa 1265.
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 Robert Winchelsey -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Robert Winchelsea (died 1313), (Click link for more info and facts about archbishop of Canterbury) archbishop of Canterbury, was probably born at Old Winchelsea.
He held (Click link for more info and facts about prebendal stall) prebendal stalls in the cathedrals of Lincoln and St Paul's, and was made archdeacon of (A county in southeastern England on the North Sea and the Thames estuary) Essex about 1283.
The new king, (King of England from 1307 to 1327 and son of Edward I; was defeated at Bannockburn by the Scots led by Robert the Bruce; was deposed and died in prison (1284-1327)) Edward II, requested Clement to allow Winchelsea to return to his see.
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 JOHN DE STRATFORD : Encyclopedia Entry
Fearing arrest John de Stratford fled to Canterbury, and entered upon a violent war of words with the king, and by his firm conduct led to the establishment of the principle that peers were only to be tried in full parliament before their own order (en pleyn parlement et devant les piers).
His concluding years were mainly spent in the discharge of his spiritual duties, and he died at Mayfield in Sussex on August 23 1348.
He served for a time as deputy to his brother, and in 1337 became chancellor and bishop of Chichester; he lost the former office in 1340 and died on April 9, 1362.
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 LINEAGE TO DE LA WARRES OF ENGLAND
Robert was a direct descendant of Rollo the Ganger.
The letter was entrusted to Robert Winchelsey, Archbishop of Canterbury, who gave it to Edward at Sweetheart Abbey, shortly after the siege of Carlaverock, on about 26th Aug 1300.
ROBERT WARRE (c1425-c1475) of Chipley, Somerset, England, married Thomasine (Thomazin), daughter and heir of Thomas Chipley.
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 BT Research - Stigand   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
In 1043 he was consecrated bishop of Elmham the see covering East Anglia and in 1047 was translated to Winchester; he supported Earl Godwin of Wessex in his quarrel with Edward the Confessor, and in 1052 arranged the peace between the earl and the king.
In this year the archbishop of Canterbury, Robert of Jumieges, having been outlawed and driven from England, Stigand was appointed to the archbishopric; but, regarding Robert as the rightful archbishop, Pope Leo IX and his two successors refused to recognize him.
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 The Bruce and Bannockburn
Every day that followed, Robert the Bruce set out to prove that he was not a man of mere showmanship but a genuine threat to England's rule and if at anytime in the past he had conflicting loyalties, those days were dead.
Robert the Bruce would also learn harsh truths as he stood next to his grandfather (Robert of Annadale) and witnessed Longshanks place a puppet king (John Balliol) on the Scottish throne, denying his family their rightful claim.
Robert the Bruce's star was on the ascent, triumphanting at Loundon Hill, disgracing Longshank's military.
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 The Bruce and Bannockburn
Every day that followed, Robert the Bruce set out to prove that he was not a man of mere showmanship but a genuine threat to England's rule and if at anytime in the past he had conflicting loyalties, those days were dead.
Robert the Bruce would also learn harsh truths as he stood next to his grandfather (Robert of Annadale) and witnessed Longshanks place a puppet king (John Balliol) on the Scottish throne, denying his family their rightful claim.
Robert the Bruce's star was on the ascent, triumphanting at Loundon Hill, disgracing Longshank's military.
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 Houses of Benedictine monks: The abbey of Tewkesbury | British History Online
7) In 1105, with the advice and consent of Robert Fitzhamon, Abbot Gerald divided the possessions of the house and endowed the offices of cellarer, chamberlain, sacrist, precentor, and almoner.
They appealed to Robert Winchelsey, archbishop of Canterbury, against the sentence, and the prior wrote to the archbishop, asking him to preserve his lawful jurisdiction.
The official of the archbishop inhibited the prior of Worcester from proceeding with the excommunication of the abbot and convent of Tewkesbury, and cited the prior to appear before the Court of Arches, and the sentence of excommunication was removed.
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 Winchelsey, Robert --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Winchelsey became chancellor of Oxford University by 1288, and in 1293 he was elected archbishop of Canterbury.
Robert was a strong supporter of the movement to preserve African verse traditions.
From 1980 until his retirement in 1991, Robert Runcie served as archbishop of Canterbury, primate of the Church of England, and titular head of the Anglican Communion.
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Another son was A C Benson, the author of the lyrics to Elgar's Land of Hope and Glory and master of Magdalene College, Cambridge.
Their six and youngest child, Robert Hugh Benson, converted to Roman Catholicism and wrote several novels.
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 physics - Walter Reynolds
Amongst his duties as Bishop of Worcester was to appoint the Headmaster of the school and act as its patron (Royal Grammar School Worcester).
When Robert Winchelsea, Archbishop of Canterbury, died in May 1313 Edward II prevailed upon Pope Clement V to appoint his favourite to the vacant archbishopric, and Walter was enthroned at Canterbury in February 1314 as the 51st Archbishop.
Although the private life of the new archbishop appears to have been the reverse of exemplary he attempted to carry out some very necessary reforms in his new official capacity; he also continued the struggle for precedence, which had been carried on for many years between the archbishops of Canterbury and of York.
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 The Medieval Court Of Arches   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Statute of Robert Kilwardby, archbishop of Canterbury, 6 November 1273
Statutes of Robert Winchelsey, archbishop of Canterbury, 9 November 1295
Statute of Robert Winchelsey; archbishop of Canterbury, 16 June 1309
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 The Apostolic Succession
ROBERT DAVID REDMILE was then inducted as the first Rector of the Parish of Saint Saviour, Richmond, British Columbia, the founding parish of the Christian Episcopal Church of Canada.
In the Year of Our Lord 2000, ROBERT DAVID REDMILE was appointed the first Archdeacon of the founding Diocese of Richmond of the Christian Episcopal Church of Canada by ARCHIBALD DONALD DAVIES.
This is the Apostolic Succession of Archbishop ARCHIBALD DONALD DAVIES and of the Bishops of the Christian Episcopal Church in the United States of America, and of ROBERT DAVID REDMILE, Bishop Co-adjutor of the Diocese of Richmond of the Christian Episcopal Church of Canada, descending in order from the blessed holy Apostles PETER and PAUL.
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 The Apostolic Succession   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
ROBERT DAVID REDMILE was then inducted as the first Rector of the Parish of Saint Saviour, Richmond, British Columbia, the founding parish of the Christian Episcopal Church of Canada.
In the Year of Our Lord 2000, ROBERT DAVID REDMILE was appointed the first Archdeacon of the founding Diocese of Richmond of the Christian Episcopal Church of Canada by ARCHIBALD DONALD DAVIES.
This is the Apostolic Succession of Archbishop ARCHIBALD DONALD DAVIES and of the Bishops of the Christian Episcopal Church in the United States of America, and of ROBERT DAVID REDMILE, Bishop Co-adjutor of the Diocese of Richmond of the Christian Episcopal Church of Canada, descending in order from the blessed holy Apostles PETER and PAUL.
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 The Bruce Trust: NewAbbey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Pope Boniface VIII ruled his occupation of Scotland was illegal and urged him to give up his aggression.
For some reason it took Robert Winchelsey, Archbishop of Canterbury, more than a year to deliver the bull to Edward.
Winchelsey had been waiting for weeks at Carlisle as Edward progressed through what is now Dumfries and Galloway.
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 liberty * Robert Winchelsey and the Crown 12941313 A Study in the Defence of Ecclesiastical Liberty * Jeffrey H. Denton ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
liberty * Robert Winchelsey and the Crown 12941313 A Study in the Defence of Ecclesiastical Liberty * Jeffrey H. Denton (Author)
Robert Winchelsey and the Crown 12941313 A Study in the Defence of Ecclesiastical Liberty
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 Family Histories, in Wheeler and Wheeler's History of Brunswick, Topsham, and Harpswell, Maine
ROBERT DUNLAP, the ancestor of the Topsham Dunlaps, came from Ireland about 1730, when his son John, his only son, was nine years of age.
ACTOR PATTEN, son of Robert Patten who settled in Arundel (Kennebunk) in 1737, was a cousin of John.
ROBERT SPEAR, one of the early settlers in Brunswick, was b.
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 John Balliol 1292-1296
Following the death of King Alexander III, the succession was now open to many claimants, the strongest of whom were John Balliol and Robert Bruce.
King Edward supported John Balliol, who he believed was the weaker and more compliant of the two Scottish claimants.
He went north to receive homage from a great number of Scottish nobles, as their feudal lord, among them none other than Robert Bruce, who owned many estates in England.
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 The Hedges History-©
And the aforesaid Robert, Peter and John came, and being convicted of this were detained in prison.
William comes and says that the assize ought not to be taken because she has a husband, Robert by name, who is still alive, and therefore William does not wish to reply unless the court shall adjudge, since mention is not made of Robert in the writ, nor is he present.
Mort d'ancestor if Nicholas of Clopton father of Robert of Clopton were seized in his demesne as of fee on the day he died of one virgate of land with appurtenances in Hill (and Moor), which William Hegh' holds, who comes and vouches Frarin of Clopton to warranty therein.
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 Denton (1980) Robert Winchelsey and the crown, 1294-1313: A study in the defence of ecclesiastical liberty
Denton (1980) Robert Winchelsey and the crown, 1294-1313: A study in the defence of ecclesiastical liberty
Robert Winchelsey and the crown, 1294-1313: A study in the defence of ecclesiastical liberty
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 The Ingoldsby Legends - GREY DOBBIN: A LEGEND OF SHEPPEY
We have already said that Sir Robert de Shurland, Lord of the Isle of Sheppey, and of many a fair manor on the mainland, was a man of worship.
Sir Robert de Shurland, Lord of Shurland and Minster, Baron of Sheppey in comitatu Kent, was, as has been before hinted, a very great man. He was also a very little man; that is, he was relatively great, and relatively little,-- or physically little, and metaphorically great,-- like Sir Sidney Smith and the late Mr.
He was, moreover, a personage of singular piety; and the iron girdle, which, he said, he wore under his cassock to mortify withal, might have been well mistaken for the tire of a cart-wheel.
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 Leofric   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
40 b), his lordship collated to the prebend and canonry Robert de Stapeldon, Professor of Civil Law, which Master Thomas de Lechlade lately obtained in the Church of Exeter, and which was now void by his death.
At a second election, a majority of votes was in favour of William de Kyngescote ; but, on account of a canonical informality, exception was taken by Bishop Stapeldon, who collated Bartholomew de Sancto Laurentio to the office.
The rejected William appealed to the primate, Robert Winchelsey, who recalled the consideration of the affair to his own court.
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 The Anglican Province of Christ the Good Shepherd - Diocese of Central Colombia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Co-consecrators were the Right Reverend Jose Berardo Arango Marin, First bishop of Bogota, D.C., and the Right Reverend Rosendo Usuga Higuita, Coadjutor Bishop of Bogota, D.C. Vicente Ney Valero Quila was consecrated December 8, 1996, by the Right Reverend Howard Edwin Caudill, Second Anglican Bishop of San Antonio, Texas, USA.
Howard Edwin Caudill was consecrated March 25, 1983, by the Right Reverend Robert C. Harvey, First Bishop of the Southeast, USA.
Robert C. Harvey was consecrated in 1981 by the right Reverend James O. Mote, First Bishop of the Diocese of the Most Holy Trinity, USA.
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 Half-Hours with Great Story-Tellers by Various eBook by BookRags
In one so circumstanced, it cannot be supposed that such a trifle as the killing of a frowsy friar would be much resented, even had he not taken so bold a measure to obtain his pardon.
Thrice did the gallant grey circumnavigate the barge, while Robert de Winchelsey, the chancellor and archbishop to boot, was making out, albeit with great reluctance, the royal pardon.
Before the archbishop, who had scalded his fingers with the wax in affixing the great seal, had time to take them out of his mouth, all was settled, and the Baron de Shurland had pledged himself to be forthwith in readiness, cum suis, to accompany his liege lord to Guienne.
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 Publisher description for Library of Congress control number 79041807   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Publisher description for Robert Winchelsey and the crown, 1294-1313 : a study in the defence of ecclesiastical liberty / Jeffrey H. Denton.
This is the first detailed study of the career of one of the most important medieval archbishops of Canterbury.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Winchelsey, Robert, Abp, of Canterbury, d, 1313-Church and state England History To 1500, England Church history 1066-1485
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 Norfleets of Medieval England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
: Robert Northflete is identified as a pledge of prosecution (bail bondsman?) in a complaint in the Sheriff's Court, London during the tenure of Richard Whityngton as Lord Mayor of London.
: Robert Northflete, a confessed felon, is pardoned by King Henry IV.
Another medieval Norfleet worthy of special attention, for less honorable reasons than John de Northflete, was Robert Northflete, a confessed felon, cited at reference numbers 17 and 18 above.
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