The Library of Sir Thomas Knyvett of Ashwellthorpe c. 15391618 (University Library Publications)

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The Library of Sir Thomas Knyvett of Ashwellthorpe c (University Library Publications). The library of Sir Thomas Knyvett of Ashwellthorpe, c. (Historical bibliography series) [McKitterick, David] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The library of Sir Thomas Knyvett of Ashwellthorpe, c. (Historical bibliography series)Author: David McKitterick.

The library of Sir Thomas Knyvett of Ashwellthorpe, c. Responsibility [edited by] D. McKitterick. Knyvett, Thomas, Sir, Contents/Summary Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Subjects. Subject Knyvett, Thomas, Sir, > Library. Private libraries > England > History. Early printed books. Elizabethan gentleman who had close connections with the Tudor court, but chose to pursue a quiet life at Ashwellthorpe, Norfolk, collecting a substantial library, which at his death was comprised of books and 70 manuscripts.

He was especially interested Burial: All Saints Churchyard, Ashwellthorpe. Knyvett’s ancestors were lords of the Northamptonshire manor of Southwick by the end of the 12th century.

But the real founder of the family fortunes was Sir John Knyvett, lord chancellor from towhose son sat for Huntingdonshire in The family was established in Norfolk by the middle of the 15th century.

He was the son of Sir Thomas Knyvett and Elizabeth Bacon. He married Katherine Burgh, daughter of Sir Thomas Burgh, 3rd Lord Burgh and Frances Vaughan, on 28 February /20 at St. Mary le Strand, London, England. He died at Henham Hall, Wangford, England. He succeeded to the title of 5th Lord Berners on February 9th.

Thomas 5th Baron Berners Knyvett was born on June 10in Ashwellthorpe, Norfolk, England, to Sir Thomas Knyvett and Elizabeth Knyvett. Thomas had one sibling: Meriell Grose. Thomas married Katherine Knyvett on February 28at age 23 in St Mary le Strand, London, England.

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This weekend saw fireworks and bonfire night events taking place across the country, commemorating the foiling of the Gunpowder Plot in Indeed, the College has a direct connection to the plot through Sir Thomas Knyvet who, in his capacity of Keeper of Whitehall and Westminster Palaces, led the search and discovered Guy Fawkes in the vaults under Westminster.

Sir Henry Knyvett married Anne Pickering, daughter of Sir Christopher Pickering and Jane Lewknor. He held the office of Gentleman of the Privy Chamber. He lived at Charlton, Wiltshire, England.1 He lived at Buckenham, Norfolk, England.

Children of Sir Henry Knyvett and Anne Pickering Thomas Knyvett, 1st Baron Knyvet of Escrick Henry Knyvett. Sir Edmund Knyvett is the son of Sir William Knyvett.1; Child of Sir Edmund Knyvett. Sir Thomas Knyvett+1; Citations [S22] Sir Bernard Burke, C.B.

LL.D., A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire, new edition (; reprint, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company,   Mother Elizabeth Tilney, b.Ashwellthorpe, Norfolk.

Family ID F Group Sheet. Family 1 John Grey, 2nd Viscount L'Isle, b. Apr Children 1. Elizabeth Grey, heiress of L'Isle, b.

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Abt 25 Mar Last Modified 13 Apr Family ID F Group Sheet. Family 2 Sir Thomas Knyvett, of Buckenham. Children 1. Sir Edmund. Sir Thomas Knyvet (died ), of Ashwellthorpe, Norfolk and Stradbroke, Suffolk, was an English politician.

He was the eldest son of Sir Thomas Knyvet of Ashwellthorpe, was educated at Queens’ College, Cambridge () and studied law at the Middle Temple (). He was knighted in He was appointed Purveyor of the Tower Mint in Edmund KNYVETT (Sir Knight) Born: /8, Buckenham Castle, Norfolk, England.

Died: 1 May /1. Notes: will dated 18 Apr and he died 1 Mayhis IPM being held at Diss 12 Jan /2 where it was stated that Thomas Knyvett was his son and heir aged 23 years and more and that Anne, the widow lived at descendants through Thomas would eventually be baronets and named.

Thomas Knyvett (–) was an English JP and Royalist during the English Civil War. Biography. Thomas Knyvett (III) was born in the early summer of and soon baptized on 10 June. Thomas was born to his father Sir Thomas Knyvett (II), who served as a Member of Parliament for Norfolk inand his mother Elizabeth, daughter and coheir of Nathaniel Bacon of Stiffkey.

Sir Edmund Knyvett, Keeper of the King's Woods in Rockingham Forest died on 1 May ; Buried at Ashwellthorpe, Norfolk. Family. Jane Bourchier b. cd. 17 Feb Children.

John, Esq William Edmund Rose, wife of Oliver Reymes Alice, wife of Oliver Sheers Christian, wife of Thomas. Family Pedigrees are distinct from Family Trees.

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These often contain a written account of an Ancestral or Family line, describing an ancestor's origin in addition to the usual family tree showing the descent to individual branches of a family from a common root ancestor.

Sir Henry Knyvett was born in Charlton, Wiltshire in to Henry Knyvett and his wife Anne. Not much is known about his early life but it is believed he was a soldier like his father. Knyvett fought during the siege of Leith against France in and after this he was frequently sent to Scotland to fight on behalf of England.

The Knyvett Seal and Case About – This seal was designed to be worn as a pendant. It was commissioned by a member of the Knyvett family, possibly Sir Thomas Knyvett. In he arrested Guy Fawkes in Westminster preparing to blow up James I and the House of Lords.

England Gold, enamel, mounted with a sapphire intaglio. English School, circa Portrait of Sir Thomas Knyvet (c), de jure Baron Berners, of Ashwellthorpe, Norfolk, three-quarter-length, in a white doublet and black slashed hose, wearing a plumed hat, his left arm resting on the hilt of his sword oil on panel 39 x 28 in.

( x cm.). of Sir Thomas Knyvett of Ashwellthorpe is a notable addition to our knowledge of English book collecting in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. NatiH. Krivatsy, The Folger Shakespeare Library Local Collections in Scotland. By Norma E. Armstrong (Scot tish Library Studies No.

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Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Knyvett, Thomas, Knyvett letters, London, Constable []. Sir Thomas Knyvett, inscriptions on title-page (D. McKitterick, The Library of Sir Thomas Knyvett of Ashwellthorpe c., library catalogue number ) Entry from a sale catalogue pasted to rear flyleaf, lot Henry J.B.

Clements (), Killadoon, Ireland, armorial bookplate and arms on binding, sale in these rooms, 5 Julylot (part of a substantial collection of. Thomas Knyvett was baptised on 10 June at Ashwellthorpe, Norfolk, England G.

1 He was the son of Sir Thomas Knyvett and Elizabeth Bacon. 1 He married Katherine Burgh, daughter of Thomas Burgh, 3rd Lord Burgh and Frances Vaughan, on 28 February /20 at St. Mary le Strand, London, England G. 1 He died on 30 June at age 62 at Henham. Boyer, Sir Edward Coke and the Elizabethan Age, Stanford,pp 14– Coke entered the school in aged nine (Saunders, A History of the Norwich Grammar School [n.

6 above], p. After attending Norwich free grammar school, Coke matriculated at Trinity College, Cambridge, inand became one of the greatest English jurists of his time, when a knowledge of Latin was still.

His grandson, also Sir Thomas Knyvett, born inthe son of Sir Thomas Knyvett and Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Nathaniel Bacon of Stiffkey, gained belated fame when his letters to. Sir John Knyvett was born circaat birth place, to Thomas Baron Berners Knyvett and Catherine Knyvett.

Sir had 4 siblings: Thomas Knyvett and 3 other siblings. Sir married Mary Knyvett on month dayat age 34 at marriage place. The University of Glasgow is a registered Scottish charity: Registration Number SC Glasgow Incunabula Project.

Contact us; Legal. Accessibility statement; Freedom of inform. Thomas Knyvett College is very successful because it has a team of well-qualified and committed staff who take an interest in each child. For the last six years it has been federated with Howard of Effingham School, a highly successful Surrey comprehensive, which was.

The Journal of Library History () Coverage: (Vol. 9, No. 1 - Vol. 22, No. 4) Moving Wall: 3 years (What is the moving wall?) The "moving wall" represents the time period between the last issue available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue of a journal.

Moving walls are generally represented in years. Thomas Knyvett College is located in Ashford and falls under the local authority of Surrey.

This mixed-sex secondary school has pupils, with a capacity of 1, aged from eleven up to sixteen, and the type of establishment is academy converter.

The school has 47 teachers with each teacher on average earning the full-time equivalent of £36,Born in Ashwellthorpe, Norfolk, England on to Sir EDMUND KNYVETT, II, Sgt Porter to King Henry VIII and Jane Bourchier, married Knyvett.

William Knyvett married Dorothy Thimelthorpe and had 7 children. He passed away on 30 Jun in Norfolk, England.Thomas Knyvett College News.

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