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In 1559 the executors of Sir John Port's will purchased from the Thacker family, for £ 37. 10s (£ 37. 50 ), the land which had once housed a twelfth-century Augustinian Priory, and the accompanying buildings which had survived Henry VIII's Dissolution of the Monasteries and subsequent upheavals, namely, the Guest Chamber and Prior's Lodging ( which as the Old Priory currently houses the School Library and Common Room ), Overton's Tower ( now part of School House ), the Tithe Barn, and the Arch, which is all that now remains of the priory's original gatehouse and which helped inspire the School's motto: porta vacat culpa.
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1559 and Sir
In 1559, Bess married a third time, to Sir William St. Loe ( St Lowe, Saintlowe, or Sentloe ), and became Lady St Loe.
He took, in fact, an active part in the rising of 1559 and was commissioned by the Congregation to solicit the help of the English government through Sir Ralph Sadleir at Berwick.
The vogue for the pastoral romance spread throughout Europe producing such notable works as Bernardim Ribeiro " Menina e Moça " ( 1554 ) in Portuguese, Montemayor's Diana ( 1559 ) in Spain, Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia ( 1590 ) in England, and Honoré d ' Urfé's Astrée ( 1607 – 27 ) in France.
After John was beheaded, the Crown owned the estate until it was acquired in 1559 by Sir Arthur Champernowne, Vice-Admiral of the West under Elizabeth I.
He was the third son of Sir Bernard Grenville ( 1559 – 1636 ), and a grandson of the famous seaman, Sir Richard Grenville.
In 1562, the title passed to Matthew's youngest son Hugh O ' Neill who had been taken to safety in the Pale by Sir Henry Sidney in 1559, stayed at the English court and was protected there while Shane established his supremacy in Ulster.
Sir Anthony St Leger or Sellenger ( c. 1496 – 16 March 1559 ) of Ulcombe and Leeds Castle, Kent, was an English politician and Lord Deputy of Ireland during the Tudor period.
He was great-grandson of Sir Edward Osborne, Lord Mayor of London, who, according to the accepted account, while apprentice to Sir William Hewett, clothworker and lord mayor in 1559, made the fortunes of the family by leaping from London Bridge into the river and rescuing Anne ( d. 1585 ), the daughter of his employer, whom he afterwards married.
Sir Richard Maitland of Lethington wrote in his History of the House of Seytoune to the Year 1559, that Sir William Seton, "... was the " First creatit and made Lord of Parliament in Scotland, and he and his posteritie to have ane voit yairin and be callit Lords " by King Robert II, where there were no Lords of Parliament before that time.
The title Baron Gerard, of Gerards Bromley, was created in the Peerage of England on 21 July 1603 for Sir Thomas Gerard ( d. 1617 ), son of Sir Gilbert Gerard ( d. 1593 ) Attorney General between 1559 and 1581 and Master of the Rolls in 1581, who acquired estates at Gerards Bromley and Hilderstone, Staffordshire.
His children were his son Charles ( 1516 – 1544 ), a daughter Gertrude, and another daughter Catherine ( died 25 Feb. 1559 ), 1st wife of Sir Maurice Berkeley ( d. 1581 ) of Bruton.
Sir William Hewet, Lord Mayor of London in 1559, was born in Wales, and his descendants, the Dukes of Leeds, would come to dominate the area.
It was the first Irish Monastery to be dissolved when Sir Gerald Aylmer of nearby Lyons ( d. 1559 ) petitioned Henry VIII.
The monument to John's great great grandson, Sir William Wroughton ( died 1559 ), is early Elizabethan, canopied, and shows influence of the previous Perpendicular Gothic style.
* Maitland, Richard, The History of the House of Seytoun to 1559 by Sir Richard Maitland of Lethington contiuned by Alexnder Viscount Kingston, Maitland Club ( 1829 )
1559 and John
However, when John Knox returned to Scotland in 1559, he continued to use the Form of Prayer he had created for the English exiles in Geneva, and in 1564, this supplanted the Book of Common Prayer under the title of the Book of Common Order.
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.
In 1559 John Knox returned from ministering in Geneva to lead the Calvinism | Calvinist reformation in Scotland
* 1559 – John Knox returns from exile to Scotland to become the leader of the beginning Scottish Reformation.
" He was also a history enthusiast, and in 1559 suggested to the tailor John Stow to become a chronicler ( as Stow recalled in 1604 ).
The Scottish Reformation also played a big role in the town with the sacking of the Houses of the Greyfriars and Blackfriars, after a sermon given by John Knox in St John's Kirk in 1559.
She was buried at the Carthusian Priory of St John in Perth ( demolished during the Reformation, 1559 ).
Other confessions had acquired popular, if not legal, legitimacy in the intervening decades and by 1555, the reforms proposed by Luther were no longer the only possibilities of religious expression: Anabaptists, such as the Frisian Menno Simons ( 1492 – 1559 ) and his followers ; the followers of John Calvin, who were particularly strong in the southwest and the northwest ; and the followers of Huldrych Zwingli were excluded from considerations and protections under the Peace of Augsburg.
In England Frisius's method was included in the growing number of books on surveying which appeared from the middle of the century onwards, including William Cunningham's Cosmographical Glasse ( 1559 ), Valentine Leigh's Treatise of Measuring All Kinds of Lands ( 1562 ), William Bourne's Rules of Navigation ( 1571 ), Thomas Digges's Geometrical Practise named Pantometria ( 1571 ), and John Norden's Surveyor's Dialogue ( 1607 ).
In 1559 John became an affeeror, an officer responsible for assessing fines for offenses carrying penalties not explicitly defined by existing statutes.
By 1555, the reforms proposed by Luther were no longer the only possibilities of religious expression: Anabaptists, such as the Frisian Menno Simons ( 1492 – 1559 ) and his followers, the followers of John Calvin, who were particularly strong in the southwest and the northwest, or those followers of Huldrych Zwingli, were excluded from considerations and protections under the Peace of Augsburg.
* Isabella Jagiellon ( 18 January 1519 – 15 September 1559 ), wife and widow of King John I of Hungary.
* John Hall ( Scotland ) ( c. 1559 – 1627 ), Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
* John Spenser or Spencer ( 1559 – 1614 ), one of the translators of the authorized version ( 1611 ) of the Bible and president of Corpus Christi College, Oxford