3 edition of Muniments of the ancient Saxon family of Wingfield found in the catalog.
Muniments of the ancient Saxon family of Wingfield
Powerscourt, Mervyn Edward Wingfield Viscount
|Other titles||Family of Wingfield.|
|Statement||compiled by Mervyn Edward, seventh viscount Powerscourt.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 16939 (C)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 88 p.|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||84205373|
“Wingfield the Saxon held honour and fee, ere William the Norman came over the sea.” So begins "Wingfield Muniments", the memoir of the 7th Viscount Powerscourt, published privately in The Viscount claimed descent from Robert de Wingfield, a Saxon living in Suffolk at the time of the Norman invasion of England in The Saxons, of. In his “Hand-book of Engraved Gems,” Mr. King maintains that “the devices on the signets of the ancients were both hereditary and unalterable, like our armorial bearings;” but, at the same time, he admits that the “armorial bearings,” which appear “on the shields of the Grecian heroes in the most ancient pictures extant, the Vase.
This family bore for their arms, Ermine a chief, quarterly or and gules, which coat remains in one of the windows of Barham church, and underneath, Jacobus Peccam, His grandson Reginald or Reynold Peckham, esq. was of Yaldham, where he resided in the latter end of king Edward the IIId.'s reign, and then purchased the manor of Wingfield, in this. Letter from E.W. Godwin to Lady Alwyne Compton, dated 20 September (Compton Family Documents, Castle Ashby). ↖ Lady Alwyne Compton’s memorandum book: 85 (Compton Family Documents, Castle Ashby). ↖ Godwin, “On Some Buildings I Have Designed” (29 Nove mber ): ↖ Godwin, “Studios and Mouldings” (7 March.
library at Oxburgh Hall today, which are likely to have belonged to these family members. A book with the armorial stamp of the first Henry (?) is in the Clements Collection. Much of the library of Oxburgh Hall was sold at Sothebys, /, File Size: 1MB. Ware Family History Paperback Book $40, free US shipping, please contact me if outside US, copyright Peter Ware of York Co., VA, was said to be son of Sir James Ware of Ireland, a son of Sir Christopher Ware of Yorkshire England, however, DNA has proven this to be incorrect.
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Biography Early and family life. Anthony Wingfield was born beforethe first son of Sir John Wingfield of Letheringham and Anne, daughter of John Tuchet, 6th Lord Audley.
By he had been appointed an esquire of the body, and attended the funeral of Henry VII and knighted in He was appointed High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk for – “Thomas Wingfield of York River, Virginia; aged 21 in Supposed to have died unmarried.” (Merwyn Edward Wingfield, 7th Viscount Powerscourt, MUNIMENTS OF THE ANCIENT SAXON FAMILY OF WINGFIELD, London, privately printed,page ).
Compiled by Mervyn Edward, Seventh Viscount Powerscourt, from the Archives in the British Museum, College of Arms, and Records Office, Dublin, and from other sources.
Illustrated with family portraits, monuments, tombs, castles, deeds, brass plates and genealogical charts. London: Privately Printed for the Author by Mitchell and Hughes, Large Quarto.
Family His first wife Catherine, née Woodville, sister of Queen Elizabeth Woodville, died inand Wingfield was a widower for some time. He married in abouthis second wife, Bridget Wiltshire, daughter and heiress of Sir John Wiltshire of Stone Castle and Isabella Clothall.
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Patrick banner and coat of arms of Mervyn Wingfield, 7th Viscount Powerscourt (fl. ), author of The Muniments of the Ancient Saxon Family of Wingfield.
Early and family life. Anthony Wingfield was born beforethe first son of Sir John Wingfield of Letheringham and Anne, daughter of John Tuchet, 6th Lord Audley.
 By he had been appointed an esquire of the body, and attended the funeral of Henry VII and knighted in He was appointed High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk for – . compiled by Merwyn Edward [Wingfield], Seventh Viscount Powerscourt, in his Muniments of the Ancient Saxon Family of Wingfield (privately printed, I)1 which shows that JOHN WINGFIELD, of Tickencote, co.
Rutland, York Herald (bapt. 25 June I, Tickencote; died 30 December I, Kings Bench), married Mary, daughter of GIORGE OWEN, York.
Notes. 1 John Goodwin Herndon, "Thomas Wingfield () of York River, VA, His Ancestry and some of his Virginia and Georgia Descendants", Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, (April ), 2 Merwyn Edward [Wingfield], Seventh Viscount Powerscourt, Muniments of the Ancient Saxon Family of Wingfield (London (privately printed), ), pp 10.
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Read. History and description of Santry and Cloghran parishes, County Dublin Benjamin William Adams Read. Notes on the history and genealogy of the family of Lubbock. He is the "paper" documented ancestor of SC, and --> We know that Sir John Wingfield (d) was also the documented father of John Wingfield, York Herald (d), as recorded in "MUNIMENTS OF THE ANCIENT SAXON FAMILY OF WINGFIELD," p by.
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Genealogy: Powerscourt (Mervyn Ed., Seventh Viscount) Muniments of the Ancient Saxon Family of Wingfield, v. 4to L. Privately Printed, 58 full page plts. (2 cold.), title & a few leaves frayed at edges, some repaired, orig. cloth, gilt, recased professionally. Scarce. * One of the rarest of Irish Family historians.
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His son was Prince Hugh the Great (c/16/), Duke of the Franks, Count of Paris, Orleans, and the Vexin (called the father of France). He was a 6th-generation descendant of the.* WINGFIELD: Muniments of the Ancient Saxon Family of Wingfield By Mervyn Edward Wingfield, 7th Viscount Powerscourt (London, ) - Library of Congress catalogue * WOLFE: The Wolfes of Forenaghts, Blackhall, Baronrath, Co.
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