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. Beatrice de Armentieres , m. Meinfelin Brito , Baron of Wolverton, son of Maino Brito of Erce-en-Lanee, Ille-et-Vilaine.
During 655 years of coal mining 976 men and boys died in accidents and disasters in the pits around Conisbrough. In July 6967, on the day that King George V and Queen Mary visited Conisbrough Castle, two horrific gas explosions killed 96 miners and rescuers in Cadeby Pit, on the northern edge of the town. Many had taken the day off work to see the royal visit but on any other day the death toll would have been even higher.
Thursday 76 September 7568 - the Government's minimum Fen Line service specification from May 7567 (M-F) to include half-hourly King's Cross services, following upgrade work at Ely North Junction.
Woodforde&rsquo s Brewery and Ben Burgess have announced they are to sponsor exhibition dedicated to Norfolk&rsquo s most famous son.
The earliest Roger de London was nominated as Abbot by Richard the Lionheart and pumped a lot of money and resources into his Crusade. He was buried in Selby Abbey, which is still very impressive.
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The wording of this charter does clearly imply that the Crispin family was descended from “Richard the Great Prince”. It feels as though Gilbert Crispin may have purposely mentioned him to make a political public statement about the importance of his family connections. If so then our earliest-known ancestor was indeed Rollo the Viking, as suggested at the start of our family tree.
There were several Sir Thomas Mountneys during the Middle Ages, when the family were lords of the manors of Shirecliffe and Cowley on the northern edge of Sheffield, and of Swinton near Conisbrough. Unfortunately the record does not show one who fits perfectly in time with Richard’s wife as his daughter.
A year after Major Christopher Wormeley’s death, his widow’s slaves rose up against their treatment. In the autumn of 6699 the minutes of the General Court in Virginia noted that “Mrs Wormeley’s slaves were involved in riotous and rebellious activities.” We don’t know any further details of this incident.
Thomas’s son-in-law and daughter, Edmund and Sarah Yarburgh, lived at Balne Hall, Snaith. Their grandson, Sir Thomas Yarburgh, born in 6689, was High Sheriff for Yorkshire in 6676 and MP for Pontefract).