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William Penn, Thomas Gray, and an account of the historical association of Stoke Poges

Francis McDermott

William Penn, Thomas Gray, and an account of the historical association of Stoke Poges

by Francis McDermott

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Published by Folcroft Library Editions in [Folcroft, Pa.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Stoke Poges (England)
    • Subjects:
    • Penn, William, 1644-1718.,
    • Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771 -- Homes and haunts -- England -- Stoke Poges.,
    • Stoke Poges (England),
    • Stoke Poges (England) -- Intellectual life.

    • Edition Notes

      Reprint of the 1930 ed. printed for private circulation by W. H. Smith, London.

      Statementspecially compiled for the Penn-Gray Society by F. McDermott. With a reproduction of the original fair copy of Gray"s Elegy in the poet"s own handwriting and 27 illus. including 20 photos. by the author.
      ContributionsGray, Thomas, 1716-1771.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA690.S845 M22 1973
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 43 p.
      Number of Pages43
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5420568M
      ISBN 100841460264
      LC Control Number73013856
      OCLC/WorldCa700702

      UKBMD Parish Register and Bishops' Transcripts Links for Births, Marriages and Deaths Indexes Online. Local BMD Indexes, Family History, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Monumental Inscriptions, Civil Registration, GRO Indexes, BMD, BDM, UK to censuses. Who Do You Think You Are? Stoke Poges Church A fine example of fore-edge painting. In the preceding chapter I wrote of the amenities of book-collecting in London, of my adventures in the shops of Bond Street and Piccadilly, of Holborn and the Strand—almost as though this paradise of the book-collector were his only happy hunting-ground. But all the good.

      Thomas Whieldon a Master Potter who influenced and taught the famous potters Ralph & Aaron Wood and Josiah Spode. He was in partnership with Josiah Wedgwood. Ralph Wood (in c) was apprenticed to John Astbury, and he later worked with Thomas Whieldon at Fenton Low, there learning the manufacture of coloured glazes. WORKS BY THE SAME AUTHOR. The Brighton Road: Old Times and New on a Classic Highway.. The Portsmouth Road: And its Tributaries, To-day and in Days of Old.. The Dover Road: Annals of an Ancient Turnpike.. The Bath Road: History, Fashion, and Frivolity on an old Highway.. The Exeter Road: The Story of the West of England Highway.. The Great North Road: The Old Mail Road to Scotland.

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William Penn, Thomas Gray, and an account of the historical association of Stoke Poges by Francis McDermott Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. William Penn, Thomas Gray, and an account of the historical association of Stoke Poges. [Francis McDermott; Thomas Gray]. William Penn, Thomas Gray, and an account of the historical associations of Stoke Poges.

London: Printed for private circulation by W.H. Smith & Son, the Arden Press, (OCoLC) Thomas Penn, the son of the founder of Pennsylvania (William Penn), had purchased the estate in and virtually governed his lands in America from Stoke Park for the next 15 years.

John inherited the estate in l Having spent a considerable time away from Stoke in Geneva and America, John returned to Stoke Park in l with £, from. PENN, John (), of Stoke Park, Stoke Poges, Bucks.

and Pennsylvania Castle, Isle of Portland, Dorset. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. Thorne, McDermott, Francis: William Penn, Thomas Gray, and an account of the historical association of Stoke Poges.

Specially compiled for the Penn-Gray Society by F. McDermott. With a reproduction of the original fair copy of Gray's Elegy in the poet's own handwriting and 27 illus.

including 20 photos by the author. The society’s first event took place in July at the Penn-Gray Museum in Church Cottage, now part of Stoke Poges Memorial Gardens.

One of the more interesting items there is the Gayer Bell. It is dated and inscribed with the name of Robert Gayer, then owner of the Manor House. Full text of "The Family of William Penn (continued).X. The Descendants of Thomas Penn" See other formats STOP Early Journal Content on JSTOR, Free to Anyone in the World This article and an account of the historical association of Stoke Poges book one of nearlyscholarly works digitized and made freely available to everyone in the world by JSTOR.

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"The circumstances connected with the birth of this poem are as follows: Lady Cobham, who lived at Stoke Poges, had seen a MS. copy of the Elegy, and was very anxious to know qho the author ng that it was a Mr.

Thomas Gray, and that this quiet gentleman was then (August, ) living at his aunt's house at Stoke, she determined to seek his acquaintance. William Stokoe was born on month dayat birth place, to William Stokoe and Margaret Hannah Stokoe (born Kirton).

William was born on March 22in West Wylam, Northumberland, England. Margaret was born on February 8in Walbottle, Newcastle upon Tyne, England. William Jones, - William Jones North Carolina William Jones was born inat birth place, North Carolina, to John Jones apThomas and Ann Jones apThomas (born Morgan).

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Memorial of Thomas Potts, Junior, Who Settled in Pennsylvania, with Author: Isabella James. Gray’s editor, Gosse, in his life of Gray (), explains the real story that lies behind the Long Story.

Lady Cobham, of the Manor House, Stoke Poges, had been informed by a Rev Robert Purt that a neighbour of hers was Mr Thomas Gray, the well-known poet. 96 GRAY, Thomas & PENN, William. McDERMOTT, F. William Penn Thomas Gray and an account of the historical associations of Stoke Poges.

Specially compiled for The Penn-Gray Society. With a reproduction of the original fair copy of Gray's Elegy in the Poet's own handwriting and 27 illustrations including 20 photographs by the Author. HGS Research Centre Catalogue. Stoke, U. G.; mfr.; born, Tyrone, Pa., May 9, ; son of William and Margaret Wentz Stoke; public school and business college education; married, Cleveland.

Scope and Content Information. Fragmentary ledger of accounts kept by Thomas Wharton (d. ), apothecary, of Williamsburg, Va., for various powders, drops, other medicines, and "advice and directions" furnished to customers in Williamsburg and neighborhood.

The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Thomas E. Hill (Hill, Thomas E. (Thomas Edie), ) Books from the extended shelves: Hill, Thomas E. (Thomas Edie), Hill's album of biography and art: containing portraits and pen-sketches of many persons: together with chapters relating to history, science, and important work in which prominent people have been engaged at various.

The Historical Society of Pennsylvania's latest digital history project on William Still and the Underground Railroad is, in many ways, about naming and claiming. A case in point: one of my first contributions to the project was to write the biography of "Anonymous Young Man 1.". WHORWOOD (HORWOOD), Thomas (), of Compton Hallows, Staffs.

Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. T HIS book, which is the outcome of many years of close research and careful study, was practically complete at the time of the author’s death, and he had intended its early publication.

Some portions of the manuscript had been revised for printing, some of the chapters had received numerous additions and alterations in arrangement even until within a few days of his death, and others still.The Church of the Advent is almost entirely of Early English architecture and lacks the additional types found in Stoke-Poges.

It may be seen, therefore, that this church is not a direct copy of Stoke-Poges; but it is possible that its plan embodies certain characteristics of the English church.