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A Panegyrick on the late Honourable Sir Robert Peake, Knight
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Sir (Knight) Robert Bell (father was William Bell) was born between in Norfolk Co., or Worcester Co., England, and died 22 July in Leominster, Herefordshire, England (on circuit). He married (1) Mary en: mary elizabeth belt, Dorothy Hobart (Bell), Sir Edmund Bell, Kt., Beaupre' Bell, Humphrey Bell. Get serious, read this book of amazing verse to soon realise how relative the word nonsense is. Going by Mervyn Peake's wife, Maeve Gilmore, in her brief introduction, Mervyn Peake was inspired to write A Book of Nonsense after reading an article in the News Chronicle of Sept. , headed: SUB-THINK 'They're going to try it on us soon,' the article began, continuing: 'A company was recently /5.
The Peak-Peake surname can now be found in most of the former and current British Commonwealth countries, South America (primarily Chile) and the United States. Data This is a 'low-budget' one-name study and as a result there has been minimal expenditure on civil registration certificates, probate records and private research. Sir Arthur Knight, who has died a was chairman of Courtaulds, the textiles group, and of the National Enterprise Board at a time when its role was being challenged by .
Sir Robert Bell SL (died ) of Beaupre Hall, Norfolk, was a Speaker of the House of Commons (–), who served during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. He was legal counsel () and recorder () for King's Lynn, legal counsel for Great Yarmouth (–), and justice of the peace of the quorum for Norfolk (). Sir Arthur Knight, who has died a was a rarity in postwar British industry: an intellectual turned businessman. Shy and thoughtful, he made a mark not only as .
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A Panegyrick on the late Honourable Sir Robert Peake, Knight: vice-president and leader of the honourable artillery company. Administration (With Will and Codicil) granted 25th February Administration (with Will and Codicil) granted 1st September Fos J H G.
52 Alexander. WILL OF SIR ROBERT PEAKE. Will of Sir Robert Peake, Knight, citizen and Goldsmith of London, dated 15 May,proved at. Biography. Peake was a grandson of Robert Peake the elder.
Robert Peake published a number of engravings by William Faithorne, who, after studying for three years under John Payne, returned to work under his former master's son.
When the Civil War broke out, Peake fought on the Royalist side, defending the stronghold of Basing House from the Parliamentarian forces. Robert Peake the Elder (c. –) was an English painter active in the later part of Elizabeth I's reign and for most of the reign of Jameshe was appointed picture maker to the heir to the throne, Prince Henry; and inserjeant-painter to King James I – a post he shared with John De Critz.
Peake is often called "the elder", to distinguish him from his son, the painter. Knight's politics in the s were close to those of Sir Francis Burdett. He was closely involved with Burdett's two attempts to be elected M.P.
for Middlesex in and In he was responsible for organizing the cavalcade that started out from the Coutts family mansion at 78 Piccadilly. "Robert Peake's The Knight book is a subtle, tender collection whose mixture of narrative and descriptive images inexorably draws the reader on to (occasionally painful) revelation." "In consistently even, deeply muted tones, The Silence Teacher is a self-contained world.
James Robert Peake, age 86 of Warren, died Saturday, at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital in Clinton Township, was born Ma in Newberry, Michigan, son of the late Frederick and the late Mary Louise (nee: Barber) Peake.
James was imbued with a strong work ethos that was evidenced on a daily basis in his job as an Operational Engineer in the construction : Genealogy profile for Sir William Peake, Kt. William Peake ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for William Peake ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over Parents: Joanne Peake (Clarke), Boniface Peake.
PEAKE, Sir ROBERT (?–), print-seller and royalist, born aboutwas son of Robert Peake, serjeant-painter to James I. His father held the office of serjeant-painter conjointly with John De Critz the elder [q. v.], with remainder to John De Critz the younger, and John Maunchi (see Cal.
State Papers, Dom. Ser. –).His skill in oil-painting was extolled by Henry Peacham [q. 17 Hearn ‘Peake’; Griffiths, ‘Peake’; A Panegyrick on the Late Honourable Sir Robert Peake, Knight Vice-President and Leader of the Honourable Artillery Company (N.L., ). 18 Hearn, ‘Peake’. 19 T. Venn, Military and Maritine Discipline in Three Books (London, ); D.
Papillon, A Practicall. Robert Peake the Elder, c – c, was a British artist associated with the court of James I and VI.
He was appointed principal Picture Maker to Henry, Prince of Wales, in Work location: London. Works of the Honorable Robert Boyle by Robert Boyle (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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The People and the Book Hardcover – January 1, by Arthur S. Peake (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — 5/5(1). “The Silence Teacher shows Robert Peake to be a gifted and courageous poet These are poems that demanded to be written and now they insist quietly but firmly that they be read, reread and read again.” — Andrew Philip, Sphinx “What is so stunning about the slim book is.
The Works of the Honourable Robert Boyle: In Six Volumes. To which is Prefixed the Life of the Author Robert Boyle. 0 Reviews. Preview this book Eſſay V Wherein the Diſcourſe interrupted by the late. Discover artworks, explore venues and meet artists. Art UK is the online home for every public collection in the UK.
Featuring overoil paintings by s artists. Son of Sir Henry Oughtred and his wife, Agnes Constable, he was born in He married Elizabeth Fairfax, dau. of William Fairfax of Steeton and Elizabeth Manners, in In he sold his manors of Skagglethorpe and Red House to his great uncle, Sir Anthony was in Wolsey’s suite on his embassy to France at the Calais Conference in Despite these connections, Edmund was less successful than Sir Robert, and may have chosen to sit in Parliament in in order to avoid his creditors.
On Edmund’s death inBell’s wardship was sold for £ to a family friend, Sir Ralph Hare of Stow Bardolph. 17 Upon attaining his majority inBell inherited properties in.
JOHN PEAKE KNIGHT was born in Nottingham on the 13th of January,and was educated at the local Grammar School, the Rev. W. Butler being then head master. He left school inand commenced his business life in the Parcel- and Telegraph-Offices of the Midland Railway at Derby Station, where his elder brothers, William and Sam, were.Portrait and decorative painter Robert Peake the Elder was a painter active in the later part of Elizabeth I's reign and for most of the reign of James I.
Inhe was appointed picture maker to Prince Henry, and inserjeant-painter to King James I, a post he shared with John De Critz. Peake was the only English-born painter of a group of four artists whose workshops were closely.BERNEY, Sir Robert (bef), of Great Witchingham and Gunton, Norf.
John was elected knight of the shire for Norfolk four times between andand in the course of his career he acquired a number of landed holdings in the county. These.