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Lyneham Village Online - Heneage Walker family

Lyneham Village Online - Heneage Walker family

Tomb of Sir Richard Musgrave (d. 1464) in the Hartley Chapel. Sir Richard is the grandson of another Sir Richard Musgrave, whose effigy can also be found in the chapel.

Tomb of Sir Richard Musgrave (d. in the Hartley Chapel. Sir Richard is the grandson of another Sir Richard Musgrave, whose effigy can also be found in the chapel.

I just tried humming with my nose plugged and I sounded like a sea lion pooping.

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"I just tried humming with my nose plugged and I sounded like a sea lion pooping." It really does sound like sea lion.

Elizabeth I of York (Plantagenet) Queen of England.  Excellent info -  djc

The Northern Rebellion 1569

Primary — Years 3 to 7 Five media-rich units of work that bring literacy and language learning to a broader and imaginative understanding of our world through literature and inquiry, supported by geography, science and history.

Free Media rich units based on the Australian Curriculum

Sir Ralph Sadleir

A diplomat, he served several times as English ambassador to Scotland. He was a Privy Councillor and Chancellor of the.

Australian History in Pictures and Stories

Australian History in Pictures and Stories

King Edward III (1327-1377). House of Plantagenet. 17th great-grandfather of QEII. Reign: 50 yrs, 4 mos, 25 days. Succeeded by grandson, Richard II. In 1330 he had his mother, Isabella imprisoned for life. 1337 began the 100 Years' War with France. Created the Order of the Garter in 1344. In 1350 bubonic plague kills 1/3 of England's population. Improved the monarchy after his father's chaotic reign. Edward III died of a stroke at 64 years old.

Mary Ann Bernal: History Trivia - King Edward III of England declared King of France

Portraits of 16th century ladies by Richard Burchett 1815–1875) at Palace of Westminster

Princess Mary, sister of Henry VIII, wife of Louis XII of France, later Duchess of Suffolk & grandmother of Lady Jane Grey, oil on panel by Richard Burchett part of his series of portraits at the Palace of Westminster telling the Tudor story

A Brief History Of Australia

A brief history of Australia cartoon

May 13, 1787. The First Fleet leaves for Australia. 11 ships left England for Australia, to establish the penal colony that would later become Sydney. 1487 people were on the ships, including 778 convicts. It was one of the most ambitious sea voyages attempted up to then -- it took 252 days to get there, on a round-about voyage going through Tenerife and Rio de Janeiro. 48 people died en route -- a death toll of only about 3%.

May The First Fleet leaves for Australia. 11 ships left England for Australia

Links and Resources for a Unit Study on Australian History, The First Fleet and Sydney Cove.

Australian History First Fleet & Sydney Cove

Australian History First Fleet & Sydney Cove Diversity of Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders connected to place and country. Stories from the First Fleet

'Oldfields' Plantation Nathaniel West Dandridge

Mistress Dorothea Spotswood, daughter of Governor Spotswood. She is my great grandmother.

Free! First Fleet Ship Art Lesson from Artventure by Artventure. Artventure.com.au is where kids learn to draw and paint by following along with Kirsty the artist. Perfect for use in schools due to its links to the Australian National Curriculum.

Free! First Fleet Ship Art Lesson from Artventure by Artventure. Artventure.com.au is where kids learn to draw and paint by following along with Kirsty the artist. Perfect for use in schools due to its links to the Australian National Curriculum.

Colonisation of Australia First Fleet Journey Activities World Map to Chart The First Fleet’s Journey First Days in Sydney Cove Living I...

Colonisation of Australia First Fleet Journey Activities World Map to Chart The First Fleet’s Journey First Days in Sydney Cove Living I.

women with wings | In Sonnet 107 Shakespeare describes how ‘the mortal moon ...

‘Macbeth’ Decoded. Part Five. The Macbeths as Queen Elizabeth…

The effigy from Elizabeth’s tomb in Westminster Abbey

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