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  2. Friaries: The white friars | British History Online

    Judging from the class of house in the close, the priory must have occupied a large area in 1385; but in 1396 some ground along the river was acquired for the extension of the friary, probably for the rebuilding of the church, of which Sir Robert Knolles bore the main expense. The choir, steeple, and other parts were added somewhat later by ...

  3. Henry VIII: February 1511 | British History Online

    Robert Knolles, gentleman usher of the Chamber. Grant, in fee, of all lands in Upclatford, Hants, in the King's hand by attainder of Sir Richard Empson; and also the King's purparty in the manor of Upclatford called Rookes Maner, likewise forfeited by Empson. Del. Westm., 10 Feb., 2 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 13. [1482.] 25 ...

  4. Henry VIII: June 1509, 16-30 | British History Online

    Gentlemen ushers daily waiters: Robert Knolles, John Whytyng, Ralph Egerton, Chr. Garnysshe. Gentlemen ushers quarter waiters: Henry Uvedall, Thomas Carmynowe, John Gifford, George Kene, Francis Barnard, Hen. Wentworthe, Thomas Ryder. Sewers of the Chamber: Francis Budd, Nic. Hyde, Thomas ap Rice, Walron Coghan.

  5. Hundred of South Greenhoe: Hilburgh | British History Online

    1351, Peter de Lacy; he had been rector, and resigned for this, and resigned this again. 1368, Thomas Grace, the King, as guardian to the heir of Sir Adam de Clifton. 1402, John Arundel, the King. 1404, Adam Mynte or Myns, Sir Robert Knolles, John Drew, rector of Harpley, James de Billyngford, Richard Gegge, and Roger Rawlyn, rector of Hitburgh ...

  6. Addenda: The Mayors and Sheriffs of London | British History ...

    Robert Besaul, Jukel Alderman: 1196: Henry Fitz-Alwyn: Godard de Antioche, Ro. fil. Durant: 1197: Henry Fitz-Alwyn: Robert Blundul, Nichole Duket: 1198: Henry Fitz-Alwyn: Constantine fil. Aluf, Rob. de Bel: 1199: Henry Fitz-Alwyn: Arnaud fil. Aluf. Rich. fil. Barthelmi: 1200: Henry Fitz-Alwyn: Roger de Desert, Jacob Alderman: 1201: Henry Fitz-Alwyn

  7. Vice Admiral Robert D. Sharp, USN (Ret.) - USGIF

    Vice Admiral Bob Sharp, USN (Ret.) served as the Director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, one of our nation’s premier intelligence agencies, from February 2019 until June 2022. As Director, he and his team were responsible for delivering world-class geospatial intelligence to provide a decisive advantage to policymakers ...

  8. 1620 Chancery Lane, Lithia Springs, GA, 30122 — Point2

    Its located in the Sweetwater Creek State Park neighborhood and is part of the Douglas County School District. 1620 Chancery Lane, Lithia Springs, Douglas County, GA, 30122 has 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and a total size of 4,352 square feet. The property has a lot size of 0.247 ac and was built in 2020.

  9. Index: J-K | British History Online

    -, Alderman Robert, 104, 131.-, Nathaniel, 1027.-, Rowland, 376.-, (of Roxborough) killed, p. 351.-, William, 675 VII., 943 I., p. 402. Joiners, 378. Jonathan, the (ship), 138. Jones, Colonel, 203. -, Captain, 212.-, -, Daniel, 389.-, Griffith, 1214.-, Hugh, 1164.-, Joane, p. 286.-, John, p. 286 (2), 943 i. Jones, Robert, letter from, 902 X.

  10. Robert Sands - Forbes

    Robert Sands, who joined the company in 1986 as general counsel, was CEO from 2007 until March 2019. He is now non-executive chairman. The company is known for its relentless streak of acquisitions.

  11. Othello - Wikipedia

    Othello (full title: The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice) is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare, probably in 1603. The story revolves around two characters, Othello and Iago. Othello is a Moorish military commander who was serving as a general of the Venetian army in defence of Cyprus against invasion by Ottoman Turks.