Leicestershire Pedigrees and Royal Descents (Google eBook)

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Clarke and Hodgson, 1887 - Families of royal descent - 207 pages
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Page 66 - she had the innocency of childhood, the beauty of youth, the solidity of middle, the gravity of old age and all at eighteen the birth of a princess, the learning of a clerk, the life of a saint, and the death of a malefactor for her parents
Page 66 - the innocency of childhood, the beauty of youth, the solidity of middle, the gravity of old age, and all at eighteen ; the birth of a princess, the learning of a clerk, the life of a saint, yet the death of a malefactor, for her parent's offences.
Page 118 - ... unworthily, though certainly not fully, carried out. In 1753, when the interest of the church had slept for two hundred years, William Hanbury, then twenty-five years of age, was instituted on his own petition, to the rectory of Church Langton. This singular man was an antiquarian, an architecturist, an ecclesiologist, a campanologist, an ardent lover and cultivator of church music, and a learned ritualist, at a time when a man with the spirit of any one of these was a curiosity. I am not afraid...
Page 168 - Argent, a cross engrailed sable between four pellets, each charged with a pheon or, on a canton azure a ducal crown gold.
Page 94 - Crest: Out of a ducal coronet or a plume of five ostrich feathers argent, therefrom issuant a falcon rising of the last. O' BYRNE Gules a chevron between three dexter hands couped at the wrist argent.
Page 50 - Crest.-A dexter arm embowed, vested vert, cuffed argent. In the hand proper, an arrow, pointed downward or, feathered of the second, pheoned azure.
Page 42 - An English author. He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, of which he became a fellow, and was appointed treasurer of the household to Queen Charlotte. This office he resigned in 1818 and passed the later part of his life at Naples. During his long residence in Italy he became thoroughly acquainted with its language and literature, and wrote Italian verses with considerable fluency.
Page 6 - Crest. On a chapeau, Gules, turned up ermine, a peacock in pride, proper. Supporters. Two unicorns, argent, their horns, manes, tufts, and hoofs, Or.
Page 94 - Argent on a bend sable three popinjays or, collared gules. CREST A popinjay rising or, collared gules.
Page 89 - On a wreath, out of a ducal coronet or, a pelican argent, vulning herself proper.

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FREER FAMILY GENEALOGY RESEARCH - Blaby Freers, England
This page is about Freer of Blaby and their genealogy pedigree which is linked to royality. It is also linked to a greater Freer/Frere family genealogy web ...
home.cc.umanitoba.ca/ ~sfreer/ blaby.html

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