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The key point here is that neither the Crown, nor Parliament (except by passing an Act of Parliament to that effect), nor the Courts (up to and including the House of Lords) have any legal right to alter the descent of a barony by writ; thus the resolution of the House of Lords in 1604 (which attempted to alter the succession of the barony in favour of the heir male) was null and void, though the subsequent writ of summons to Edward Nevill was valid and created a new barony by writ, as stated. See below for information on the inter-marriage between the Dukes and the Seniors.In 'Tombstones of the Island of Barbados' (Vere Langford Oliver), p.By 1860 no chambers were listed so he seems to have ceased practicing until about 1877 when he reappears listed at 8 Quality Court, Chancery Lane, until 1880.. **Charlotte Walter was sole heir of her brother John Walter, according to 'Genealogies of Barbados Families' (p. This page refers to John Walter as being 'of Farley Hill, Berks, 1767'.Ascanius served in the HEICS 1753-66, in the Militia at the siege of Fort William, Calcutta 1756, which led to the 'Black Hole of Calcutta', and was Chief of Cossimbazar, principal port of West Bengal, 1765-66 and High Sheriff of Hampshire 1777-78. A founded The Times in 1785 and his family owned the paper until 1908.This system was a much-needed replacement of the old parish-based system of poor relief, set up in Tudor times, which would have been (in fact, was being) overwhelmed by the huge social changes brought about by the industrial revolution, with devastating social and political consequences. 19, 1669." "John son of do., was baptized Jan 24, 1672." John Raven, son of Mr. Given that Frances was born in 1733, it is reasonable to infer that her father was born in the first decade of the 18th century, that is 1700-1710, or thereabouts. The family tree in my possession refers to him as a 'native of Spain' but this is almost certainly incorrect (I think this was a time when they tried to conceal their Jewish origins) and he probably came from Amsterdam, Hamburg, South America or, more likely, Barbados - see below.The workhouse system, while it was unpopular, did provide an essential safety net for the poor which guaranteed food, shelter and medical treatment, generally of a better standard than that enjoyed by agricultural labourers outside the workhouse, and the workhouse infirmaries established under the Act were the foundation of the National Health Service (NHS) - see 'The Origins of the National Health Service' by Ruth G. A John Raven, son of a John and Mary Raven, was baptised on 22 March 1701/2 at All Hallows Staining, City of London.'Barbados' by Cynthia Wright - 'An impetuous beauty and a reckless sea captain unleash a tempest of passion in a lush island paradise' (Blimey! The hero, who is called John Raven, is presumably the figure holding the delightful heroine, Adrienne Beauvisage (no less). The Senior family had family members, relatives and trading interests in all these places.*She was a descendant of the Halsey family of Huntingdonshire, at least according to 'The Parochial History of Cornwall', London, 1838, vol. 188, who bore 'argent, on a pile sable three griffins heads erased of the last'.24, there is a description of a monument to Thomas Duke (d 1750) in St.
He declined the office of Governor of Upper Canada and, it is said, a baronetcy. His courtly appearance and manner, as well as his diplomatic and financial skills***, made him a great favourite of Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile and he played an important role in arranging their marriage, which led to the union of the kingdoms of Aragon and Castile****.Section 54 of the 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act, which he drafted, provided that it shall not be lawful for any Overseer of the Poor to give any further or other Relief or Allowance from the Poor Rate than such as shall be ordered by such Guardians or Select Vestry, except in Cases of sudden and urgent Necessity, in which Cases , in Articles of absolute Necessity, but not in Money, and whether the Applicant for Relief be settled in the Parish where he shall apply for Relief or not: Provided always, that in case such Overseer shall refuse or neglect to give such necessary Relief in any such Case of Necessity to poor Persons not settled nor usually residing in the Parish to which such Overseer belongs, it shall and may be lawful for any Justice of the Peace to in case such Overseer shall disobey such Order, he shall, on Conviction before Two Justices, forfeit any Sum not exceeding Five Pounds which such Justices shall order: Provided always, that any Justice of the Peace shall be empowered to give a similar Order for Medical Relief (only) to any Parishioner as well as Out-Parishioner, where any Case of sudden and dangerous Illness may require it; and any Overseer shall be liable to the same Penalties as aforesaid for disobeying such Order'Throughout life, Senior's disposition was eminently practical and marked by strong common sense. This, indeed, accounts to some extent for his relative unpopularity. As supreme magistrate he held judicial authority over all the Jews of Castile including, it appears, the right to try capital crimes.While possessing great faith in the realisation of the possibilities of life, he had little or no sympathy with sentimentalists and wild dreamers whose hopes for social regeneration were grounded on false conceptions of social ideals, or centred upon vague, transcendental ideas concerning miraculous interference with human affairs. His appointment as Court Rabbi made him the chief representative of the Jews in Spain and senior Rabbi, which some considered unsuitable for someone without the proper religious qualifications; his enemies gave him the nickname ****.Educated at King's College School, London and Christ Church College, Oxford.A student at Lincoln's Inn in 1844, he was called to the Bar in 1847; secretary of commissions (to Lord Chancellors) 1852-60; assistant boundary commissioner 1867; revising barrister Westminster, Kensington and Hackney 1868-69.
Hodgkinson, 'The Origins of the National Health Service', p. of Henry Peyton of Lincoln's Inn, London, Esq; had --7. Overall, it is clear that he played a significant role in the formation of modern Spain as well as, it appears, the discovery of the New World, as described below, and this undoubtedly makes him one of the most significant figures in 15th century Europe.