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Earl and John
* 1792 – John Lambton, 1st Earl of Durham, English statesman ( d. 1840 )
* 1665 – John Hervey, 1st Earl of Bristol, English politician ( d. 1751 )
The most nearly complete collection of Aldine editions ever brought together was in the Althorp library of the 2nd Earl Spencer, now in the John Rylands Library, Manchester.
* 1628 – John Granville, 1st Earl of Bath, English statesman ( d. 1701 )
* 1296 – First War of Scottish Independence: John Balliol's Scots army is defeated by an English army commanded by John de Warenne, 6th Earl of Surrey at the Battle of Dunbar.
The title of Baron Abergavenny, in the Nevill family, dates from Edward Nevill, 3rd Baron Bergavenny ( d. 1476 ), who was the youngest son of Ralph de Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland by his second wife Joan Beaufort, daughter of John of Gaunt, first Duke of Lancaster.
* John Russell, 1st Earl Russell 1865 – 1868
* John Wodehouse, 1st Earl of Kimberley 1891 – 1894
* John Wodehouse, 1st Earl of Kimberley 1896 – 1902
* John Spencer, 5th Earl Spencer 1902 – 1905
One of the chief commanders at both Crecy and Poitiers was John de Vere, Earl of Oxford, mentioned above.
* Back to Basics, a government policy slogan portrayed by opponents and the press as a morality campaign to compare it with a contemporaneous succession of sex scandals in John Major's government which led to the resignation of Tim Yeo and the Earl of Caithness, among others ( 1994 )
Sir Robert Gordon, a younger son of the 3rd Earl of Aberdeen, acquired the lease in 1830 and made major alterations to the castle, with baronial-style extensions designed by John Smith of Aberdeen.
It is now held by Clement Attlee's grandson John Richard Attlee, 3rd Earl Attlee.
Four-fifths of the cost for the venture was paid for by noble lords, who were among the most powerful men in England: the Earl of Orford, The Baron of Romney, the Duke of Shrewsbury and Sir John Somers.
The board complained that Pfeiffer was too removed from management and the troops, as he surrounded himself with a " clique " of Chief Financial Officer Earl Mason, Senior Vice-President John Rose, and Human Resources Chief Hans Gutsch.
Rosen assumed the capacity of interim CEO and began " cleaning house ", as shortly afterward many of Pfeiffer's top executives resigned or were pushed out, including John Rando, Earl Mason, and John Rose.
The dukedom was created in 1702 by Queen Anne ; John Churchill, whose wife was a favourite of the queen, had earlier been made Lord Churchill of Eyemouth in the Scottish peerage ( 1682 ), which became extinct with his death, and Earl of Marlborough ( 1689 ) by King William III.
* John Churchill, 1st Earl of Marlborough ( 1650 – 1722 ), became Duke of Marlborough in 1702
: Lord Blandford's heir apparent: George John Godolphin Spencer-Churchill, Earl of Sunderland ( b. 1992 ), his elder son
Oxford was the only son of John de Vere, 16th Earl of Oxford and Margery Golding.
He was born on 12 April 1550 at the de Vere ancestral home, Castle Hedingham, the only son of John de Vere, 16th Earl of Oxford and his second wife, Margery Golding.
Both the 16th Earl and the Countess of Oxford had established court connections: John accompanying Princess Elizabeth from house arrest at Hatfield to the throne, and Margery being appointed a Maid of Honor in 1559.

Earl and Stanton
The original group of boys that made up Troop # 1 were Charles Booth, George Booth, Gerald Brock, Carl Burgess, Earl Burgess, Dr. Stanton Burgess, Raymond Cave, William Cheeney, Clarence Geake, James Grearson, Walter Grearson, Douglas Inglis, Harry Kent, George Murray, Milton Rollins, Craig Rollins ( or Ronald Cragg?
Among our members now living are Mr. Douglas Inglis of Worcester, Mass., Mr. Raymand Cave of Watertown Mass., Dr. Stanton Burgess of Boston Mass., Mr. George Murry of Quincy Mass., Mr. Ronald Cragg, last known address in Pennsylvania, James Grearson Sr. of this city, Mr. William Cheeney of Northfield, Vt. Other members of our troups I now recall their names ere Carl and Earl Burgess, brothers of the above mentioned doctor.
Morten Andersen, Plaxico Burress, Andre Rison, Derrick Mason, Muhsin Muhammad, T. J. Duckett, Flozell Adams, Julian Peterson, Charles Rogers, Jim Miller, Earl Morrall, Wayne Fontes, Bubba Smith and Drew Stanton.
Featuring Pennington as Richard II, Henry V, Buckingham, Jack Cade and Suffolk, Andrew Jarvis as Richard III, Hotspur and the Dauphin, Barry Stanton as Falstaff, The Duke of York and the Chorus in Henry V, Michael Cronin as Henry IV and the Earl of Warwick, Paul Brennan as Henry VI and Pistol, and June Watson as Queen Margaret and Mistress Quickly.
* Earl C. Poitier as OL Blue Stanton
Simon Harcourt, 1st Earl Harcourt, of Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, PC, FRS, Viceroy of Ireland ( 1714 – 16 September 1777 ), known as 2nd Viscount Harcourt, of Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, between 1727 and 1749, was a British diplomat and general.
In 1749 he was created Earl Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt.
In 1868, the 2nd Marquess of Ailesbury inherited the Earldom of Cardigan, and so the Marquesses of Ailesbury now also hold the titles Earl of Cardigan ( 1661 ) and Baron Brudenell, of Stanton Wyvill in the County of Leicester ( 1628 ), in the Peerage of England, as well as being Baronets of England, styled " of Deene in the County of Northampton ".
On 26 February 1628, he was raised to the Peerage of England as Baron Brudenell, of Stanton Wyvill in the County of Leicester, and on 20 April 1661 he was further created Earl of Cardigan.
Earl Harcourt, of Stanton Harcourt in the County of Oxford, was a title in the Peerage of Great Britain.
Monuments are to Sir William Ellys ( died 1680 ), attributed to William Stanton, to the Fourth Earl of Buckinghamshire ( died 1816 ), to Rev.
* Ambien, Barlestone, Nailstone and Osbaston, Barwell, Burbage St Catherines and Lash Hill, Burbage Sketchley and Stretton, Cadeby, Carlton and Market Bosworth with Shackerstone, Earl Shilton, Hinckley Castle, Hinckley Clarendon, Hinckley De Montfort, Hinckley Trinity, Markfield, Stanton and Fieldhead, Newbold Verdon with Desford and Peckleton, Ratby, Bagworth and Thornton, and Twycross and Witherley with Sheepy.

Earl and Canterbury
* 1264 – April – Gilbert de Clare, 6th Earl of Hertford leads a massacre of the Jews at Canterbury.
* April – Gilbert de Clare, 6th Earl of Hertford leads a massacre of the Jews at Canterbury.
The new regime thus established was dominated by the most powerful surviving members of the English ruling class, Stigand, Archbishop of Canterbury, Ealdred, Archbishop of York, and the brothers Edwin, Earl of Mercia, and Morcar, Earl of Northumbria.
After the defeat of the Earl of Lancaster at the Battle of Boroughbridge, Badlesmere was captured, attainted, and hanged, drawn and quartered at Blean near Canterbury on 14 April 1322.
Edward's immediate successor was the Earl of Wessex, Harold Godwinson, the richest and most powerful of the English aristocrats, who was elected king by the Witenagemot of England and crowned by the Archbishop of York, Ealdred, although Norman propaganda claimed the ceremony was performed by Stigand, the uncanonically elected Archbishop of Canterbury.
Baptised in the Palace's Music Room on 8 April 1960, by then Archbishop of Canterbury, Geoffrey Fisher, the Prince's godparents were: The Duke of Gloucester ( his maternal granduncle ); Princess Alexandra of Kent ( his 1st cousin once removed ); the Earl of Euston ; the Lord Elphinstone ( his 1st cousin once removed ); and Mrs Harold Phillips, and he was named after his paternal grandfather, Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark.
Earlier alumni include Henry Addington, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Elias Ashmole founder of the Ashmolean Museum, John Buchan, author of The Thirty-Nine Steps, John Clavell, highwayman and author, Colin Cowdrey, English Test batsman, William Webb Ellis, often credited with the invention of Rugby football, John Foxe author of Actes and Monuments popularly abridged as Foxe's Book of Martyrs, William Golding, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig, and Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury.
Known as the " Great Earl ", he was born in Canterbury, England, but settled in Ireland in 1588, where he married an Irish heiress and bought large estates in County Cork.
When Archbishop Edsige of Canterbury died in 1051 the monks of the cathedral chapter elected Æthelric, a relative of Earl Godwin's, as archbishop.
* Paul Chapman as Earl Rivers / Archbishop of Canterbury ( uncredited )
He was christened on 14 September 1763 at St James's, by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Secker — his godparents were his great-uncle the Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg ( for whom the Earl Gower, Lord Chamberlain, stood proxy ), his uncle the Duke of York ( for whom the Earl of Huntingdon, Groom of the Stole, stood proxy ) and his great-aunt the Princess Amelia.
Victoria County History describes how a hermit Aldwyn, who lived in the reign of Edward the Confessor, had petitioned the Earl of Gloucester for the original site ( of the Priory ) in the wood, and cites his source as " Gervase of Canterbury, Mappa Mundi ( Rolls ser.
* Gilbert Kennedy, Earl of Cassillis: Sir Thomas Wharton: pledge with Archbishop of Canterbury.
Once the Sovereign takes his or her seat on the Chair of Estate, the Garter Principal King of Arms, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Lord Chancellor, the Lord Great Chamberlain, the Lord High Constable and the Earl Marshal go to the east, south, west and north of the Abbey.
Three of the eight sons of the tenth Earl had descendants ( another, William Courtenay, was Archbishop of Canterbury and Lord Chancellor ).
Alfred Gathorne-Hardy, third son of the first Earl, sat as a Member of Parliament for Canterbury and East Grinstead.
Later, the manor of Chich ( now St Osyth ) in Essex was assumed as part of his royal demesne by the Dane King Canute, who granted it to Earl Godwin, and by him it was given to Christ Church, Canterbury.
" In 1928, just after the era of talkies began, the role of the Second Avenue film row was consolidated by the erection of the terra-cotta-ornamented, art deco Film Exchange Building ( FEB, also known as the Canterbury Building ) designed by Seattle architect Earl W. Morrison ; it covered an entire block on the west side of Second Avenue, from Battery Street to Wall Street.
Victoria County History describes how a hermit Aldwyn, who lived in the reign of Edward the Confessor, had petitioned the Earl of Gloucester for the original site ( of the Priory ) in the wood, and cites his source as " Gervase of Canterbury, Mappa Mundi ( Rolls ser.
The 1662 act required that, according to their subject, books needed to receive the authorization, known as the imprimatur, of the Lord Chancellor, the Earl Marshall, a principal Secretary of State, the Archbishop of Canterbury or the Bishop of London.
Canterbury 91 – 6 at Earl Park, 11 May 1935 ( Premiership record )
* Thomas Watson, 3rd Earl of Rockingham ( 1715 – 1746 ), English nobleman and politician ; MP for Canterbury

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