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 John Seymour (Tudor) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A proposed marriage between Jane Seymour and William Dormer was rejected by the Dormers partially due to the scandal and because of the family's less-than-noble pedigree: the Seymour family was of the gentry.
John's other daughter, Elizabeth Seymour, was married to Gregory Cromwell, son of Henry's new chief minister, Thomas Cromwell.
John died on December 21, 1536, but his royal daughter did not attend the funeral, nor did she (or any of the rest of his children) seem to have been greatly affected by his death.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/John_Seymour_(Tudor)   (471 words)

 Jane Seymour: Biography, Portraits, Primary Sources
Her father was Sir John Seymour of Wolf Hall in Wiltshire; he served in the Tournai campaign of 1513 and accompanied Henry VIII to the Field of the Cloth of Gold in 1520.
Sir John was able to secure appointments at court for his family; of his eight children, three would come to historical prominence - the eldest son Edward as duke of Somerset and Lord Protector, another son Thomas as Lord Admiral and husband of Henry VIII's last queen, and his daughter Jane as queen of England.
The Seymour rise to prominence at Henry's court mirrored that of the Boleyns; it was the path sought by all English families with a minor pedigree or clever son.
www.englishhistory.net /tudor/monarchs/seymour.html   (1723 words)

 Elizabeth Seymour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1563) was one of the many children and the second daughter of Sir John Seymour, her sisters being Jane Seymour, later Jane, Queen Consort of King Henry VIII of England; Margery (who died in 1520) and Dorothy.
The Seymours involved themselves in the plot to depose and murder Queen Anne Boleyn in 1536.
Elizabeth's two brothers, Edward Seymour (died 1552) and Thomas Seymour (died 1549), were both beheaded for treason in the reign of her nephew, Edward VI (reigned 1547 – 1553).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Elizabeth_Seymour   (475 words)

 About Jane SEYMOUR (Queen of England)
Jane was the eldest of the eight children of Sir John Seymour, of Wolf-hall, Wiltshire, and Margaret Wentworth, daughter of Sir John Wentworth, of Nettlestead, in Suffolk.
Through Margaret Wentworth, the mother of Jane Seymour, a descent from the blood-royal of England was claimed from an intermarriage with a Wentworth and a supposed daughter of Hotspur and lady Elizabeth Mortimer, grand-daughter to Lionel Duke of Clarence.
Mary certainly regarded Jane Seymour as her friend; nevertheless, the terms were so cruel on which Mary was restored to her father's presence, that her majesty had not ventured very far in her intercession between them.
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 Seymour surname village   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Sir Edward Seymour, 4th baronet (1633I 708), speaker of the House of Commons, was elected member of parliament for Gloucester in 1661, and his influence at Court together with his natural abilities procured for him a position of weight in the House of Commons.
Seymour was not less arrogant than his relative the Proud Duke of Somerset; but he was described by Burnet as the ablest man of his party, the first speaker of the House of Commons that was not bred to the law; a graceful man, bold and quick, and of high birth.
Henry Seymour (1729-1805), a son of the 8th duke of Somersets brother Francis, was elected to the House of Commons in 1763; in 1778 he went to France, and fixing his residence at Prunay, near Versailles, he became the lover of Madame du Barry, many of whose letters to him are preserved in Paris.
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 Hans Holbein. Biography. - Olga's Gallery
Sir Henry Guildford (1489-1532), was a great favorite of Henry VIII, ending his career at court as Comptroller of the Royal Household, whose baton of office he holds.
Sir Thomas Elyot was a member of Sir Thomas More’s circle and praised him in his great treatise on education the Governor, (1531).
Sir Thomas Godsalve, born in Norwich, was a notary and judge, his son John later became a secretary to the Chancellor, then was the head of the Royal Mint.
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 Royal Family of Europe - pafg54 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
John FLEMING [Parents] was born in 1465 in Of Biggar & Cumbernauld, Lanarkshire, Scot.
Thomas Seymour, the son of Sir John Seymour, and the brother of Thomas Seymour and Jane Seymour, was born in 1508.
Seymour BEAUCLERK was born on 24 Jun 1706 in Of Windsor; Berkshire, Eng.
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 1536 - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
October 29 - Coronation of Jane Seymour as the Queen of England
Lord Guilford Dudley, son of John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland (died 1554)
John of Leiden, Anabaptist leader from the Dutch city of Leiden (born 1509)
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 Sir John Thomas Duckworth - LoveToKnow 1911
SIR JOHN THOMAS DUCKWORTH (1748-1817), British admiral, was born at Leatherhead, in Surrey, on the 28th of February 1748.
Early in 1799 he was raised to the rank of rear-admiral, and sent to the West Indies to succeed Lord Hugh Seymour.
Sir John Duckworth sat in parliament for some time as member for New Romney.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Sir_John_Thomas_Duckworth   (602 words)

 The Genealogy Website of Adams/Simpson - pafg713 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Ann Seymour [Parents] was born in 1530 in England,,.
John Dudley.John married Ann Seymour on 3 Jun 1550 in Shene,Surrey,England.
Henry Wentworth Sir [Parents] was born in 1448 in Suffolk,England,.
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 ANNALS OF THE SEYMOURS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Sir William de St. Maur thus became possessed of the Manor of Undy in addition to that of Penhow.† The latter place he made his residence, and soon transformed it into a larger and more important castle, surrounded by a large park, both of which he named St. Maur.
John Seymour, described as of Wolfhall (the Ulfela of the Saxons), in Wilts, served as Sheriff for that county in
The elder brother, John Seymour of Wolfhall, was born in
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 Royal Family of Europe - pafg85 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
John SEYMOUR was born about 1500 in Of, Wolf Hall, Wiltshire, England.
Edward Seymour, the son of Sir John Seymour, and the brother of Thomas Seymour, was born in 1500.
Seymour returned to military duty and in 1542 served with distinction in Scotland (1542) and in France (1545).
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 The Gunpowder Plot Society   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
To make matters worse, John Shelton, her mother´s uncle, was disrupting the daily routine by imprudently insisting that Elizabeth should take her meals with everyone else in the hall instead of eating in her own nursery quarters.
Jane Seymour was eager to gather her new family together, and both Mary and Elizabeth were summoned to Hampton Court for her confinement.
The following night was spent at Rycote with Sir John Williams of Thame and she arrived at Woodstock on 23rd May. On the return journey from Woodstock to Hatfield Elizabeth may have spent the night at Ascott Manor again under the auspices of Sir William Dormer.
www.gunpowder-plot.org /Elizabeth.asp   (5066 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Seymour
Conway, Henry Seymour CONWAY, HENRY SEYMOUR [Conway, Henry Seymour] 1721-95, English soldier and politician; nephew of Robert Walpole.
Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour SULLIVAN, SIR ARTHUR SEYMOUR [Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour] 1842-1900, English composer, famous for a series of brilliant comic operas written in collaboration with the librettist W. Gilbert.
Seymour, Conn. He served in the Civil War, chiefly as a captain.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=Seymour&StartAt=11   (492 words)

 Drew Spencer Family Tree - aqwg242
John III Duke of Cleves married Marie of Julich.
Anne of Cleves was born 22 Sep 1515 and died 17 Jul 1557.
John Nevill Baron Latimer #3 died 2 Mar 1542/1543 in London, England.
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 Jane Seymour from Agnes Strickland's "Lives of the Queens of England"
Jane Seymour had arrived at an age when the timidity of girlhood could no longer be pleaded as excuse for passive acquiescence in such outrages on common decency.
The queen's aunt, Joanna Seymour, [Lysons' Cumberland] was the wife of Andrew Huddleston; their son Andrew obtained a command in Henry VIII.'s guards, called gentlemen at-arms, and riches, favour, and honour were showered profusely on every member of the house of Seymour.
In this procession Elizabeth, borne in the arms of the aspiring Seymour (brother to the qucen), with playful smiles carried the chrysom for the son of her whose advancement had caused her mother's blood to have been shed on the scaffold, and herself to be branded with the reproach of illegitimacy.
tudorhistory.org /secondary/strickland/seymour.html   (5306 words)

 woodgate - pafg104 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
John III Duke of Cleves.John married Marie of Julich.
Marie of Julich.Marie married John III Duke of Cleves.
John Nevill Baron Latimer #3 died on 2 Mar 1543 in London,England.
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John's was at that time the most important College in England and it was the resort or earnest students who came up to the University to work.
Sir Anthony was tutor to the heir of Henry VIII, afterwards Edward VI.
Sir Amyas Paulett, in whose care she was at the time, boldly refused to be a party to such a criminal act.
www.sirbacon.org /cecil.htm   (3346 words)

 TimeRef - History Timelines - Medieval People Starting With S
Jane Seymour was the third wife of Henry VIII and mother of Edward VI.
She was the daughter of Sir John Seymour a close aid to Henry VIII.
Sir William fought at Agincourt beside King Henry V and was knighted by Henry VI and known as the 'blue knight of Gwent'.
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 Ancestors of Sir Norman L. Gray   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Thomas SAWYER, son of Sir Edmund SAWYER and Unknown, was born in 1556 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England and died in Norfolk, England.
Richard BATT, son of John BATT and Elizabeth LEWEN, was born in 1571 in Devizes, Wiltshire, England and died on 11 Feb 1612 at age 41.
Edmond FROST, son of John FROST and Ann SCOTT, was born on 28 Aug 1563 in Hartest, Suffolk, England, died on 12 Jul 1616 in Stanstead, Suffolk, England at age 52, and was buried on 3 Aug 1616 in Stanstead, Suffolk, England.
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 SEYMOUR, or ST MAUR - Online Information article about SEYMOUR, or ST MAUR
Hertford in 1793, and of field-marshal Henry Seymour Conway (q.v.).
The eldest of these sons was Edward Seymour (1561-1612), styled Lord Beauchamp notwithstanding the question as to his legitimacy, who in 16o8 obtained a patent declaring that, after his father's death he should become earl of Hertford.
Henry Seymour (1729-1805), a son of the 8th duke of Somerset's brother Francis, was elected to the House of Commons in 1763; in 1778 he went to See also:
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 John Singer Sargent's General Officers of the Great War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Sir Douglas Haig's wide Somme Offensive of 15 July 1916, of the 433 men under his command at Delville only 143 emerged five days later..
By the close of 1915 it was clear that French (his superior) was ill-suited to the nature of the campaign, and Haig was appointed the new Commander in Chief of the BEF on 10 December 1915.
Sir Charles Macpherson Dobell (1869-1954), The Royal Welch Fusileers, served in field command positions in Africa and Palestine during World War One, and he was knighted and promoted to Lieutenant-General following his endeavours as commander of an Anglo-French force tasked with the capture of Cameroon.
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 Tudor Herstory: Jane Seymour
Jane Seymour was the eldest child of Sir John Seymour and Margaret Wentworth.
Again, little is known about her childhood, but her father was in the company of Henry VIII and Jane might have appeared at court as a child.
Henry made a visit to the Seymour estate of Wolf Hall in late 1535 and it was probably there that he became captivated by Jane.
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 Fwd: Coker in England by Dr Robert E Coker - 3 - Sscok
Seymour, the Protector, traded West Coker to the Bishop of Bath and Wells, from whom it reverted to the Crown (Queen Elizabeth).
Finally, it passed to the Fortmans, and, in 1894, the arms of Sir John Fortman (1612) and those of his wife were still over the entrance to the old manor.
Doubtless this is because that is where John Coker began his genealogical charts in his SURVEY OF THE COUNTY OF DORSET published about 1570, the chart reporoduced by Hutchins (1774 circa).
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Sir William Parr, (1350-1404) held one-eighth of the ville of Parr in the parish of Prescot, Lancashire.
Seymour was known for his many attempts at charming the women of the court.
Seymour was not a very religious person so Katherine wrote the family prayers, set up devotion and worship times for all in the household—and Elizabeth was made to attend all of it.
www.trtconferences.com /brandon/Katherine_Parr.doc   (3347 words)

 thePeerage.com - Sir William Brandon and others
He was the son of John Seymour and Elizabeth Coker.
She was the daughter of Sir George Darell and Margaret Stourton.
He was the son of John Seymour and Isabel William.
www.thepeerage.com /p333.htm   (496 words)

 Jane Seymour, Queen of England by HOLBEIN, Hans the Younger
Jane Seymour (1509-1537) was the third wife of King Henry VIII of England and mother of King Edward VI.
Jane's father was Sir John Seymour of Wolf Hall, Savernake, Wiltshire.
In attitude and expression, the Seymour portrait matches that in the Whitehall composition, but the portraits differ in the arrangement of the bonnet veil; this individual portrait follows the preparatory study in the Royal Collection in Windsor Castle.
www.wga.hu /html/h/holbein/hans_y/1535h/02seymou.html   (379 words)

 thePeerage.com - Elizabeth Seymour and others
She was the daughter of Sir John Seymour and Margaret Wentworth.
     Dorothy Seymour is the daughter of Sir John Seymour and Margaret Wentworth.
He was the son of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset and Catherine Fillol.
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 JELLICOE, Right Hon. Sir John Rushworth, First Earl, Admiral of the Fleet Earl Jellicoe, Viscount Brocas, Viscount ...
Sir John Rushworth, First Earl, Admiral of the Fleet Earl Jellicoe, Viscount Brocas, Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa, County Orkney; O.M., G.C.B., G.C.V.O. Second Governor-General of New Zealand (1920–24).
Present at the cession of Wei-hei-wei (1898), Jellicoe, later, as Chief of Staff to Sir Edward Seymour, was gravely wounded on the march to Tientsin.
Sir John Rushworth, First Earl, Admiral of the Fleet Earl Jellicoe, Viscount Brocas, Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa, County Orkney; O.M., G.C.B., G.C.V.O.', from An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand, edited by A. McLintock, originally published in 1966.
www.teara.govt.nz /1966/J/JellicoeRightHonSirJohnRushworthFirst/en   (577 words)

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