Lady Grace Mildmay (1552–1620) was one of four children born to Lady Anne and Sir Henry Sharington of Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire.She had an elder brother and sister and one younger sister and, though she was a member of the landed upper class, she was not an active participant in courtly pursuits.
She was also a practising Protestant during the nascent years of the Protestant Church of England.
In certain respects, Lady Grace Mildmay's upbringing and daily life were unremarkable for an Elizabethan woman of her status, for she had what was considered to be a standard education.
October 14, 1537), and Eleanor, widow of Walter Marsh (d.1546).
Locke was a London mercer and gentleman usher of the chamber to Henry VIII who lived in Cheapside at the Sign of the Paddock.
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The chapelry of Seend was made a separate ecclesiastical parish by Order in Council in 1873. 1) From the point of view of administration the Order can have done little more than confirm existing conditions: Seend had separate churchwardens at least from 1663 and levied its own poor rate at least from 1734. 2) The parish is now within the rural district of Devizes.
Under the Local Government Act, 1894, the parish and urban district of Melksham Within and the rural parish of Melksham Without were created. 3) Parts of Melksham Without were transferred to the urban district by County Council Orders of 18; (fn.
He won the legal appeal on grounds of 'mercy' due to the 'ordeal' of having to leave prison each week for life-saving dialysis.
He said: 'The highs and lows of people who live in the first lane are more drastic because they would take bigger risks.
The north-west corner of the parish comprises the tithings of Shaw and Whitley: in the south-west the district is known as Berryfields but has never been called a tithing.