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He was initially co-ruler with his brother Carloman I. Carloman’s sudden death in 771 under unexplained circumstances left Charlemagne as the…

Sir Roger Wilbraham (1553 - 1616) was an English lawyer who served as Solicitor-General for Ireland in 1585 (for 14 years) under Queen Elizabeth I.  He also held positions in court under James I.  His father served as Master of the Jewel House to Mary I.  Dorfold Hall in Acton, Cheshire, UK was bought in 1602 by Sir Roger Wilbraham.

Sir Roger Wilbraham (1553 - 1616) was an English lawyer who served as Solicitor-General for Ireland in 1585 (for 14 years) under Queen Elizabeth I. He also held positions in court under James I. His father served as Master of the Jewel House to Mary I. Dorfold Hall in Acton, Cheshire, UK was bought in 1602 by Sir Roger Wilbraham.

George I (1714-1727) was born in Hanover, Germany on 28 May 1660. The eldest son of Ernst August, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, a German prince, and of his wife, Sophia. He was Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg from 23 Jan 1698, & King of Great Britain & King of Ireland from 1 Aug 1714, until his death on 11 June 1727. He was also a Prince Elector of the Holy Roman Empire.

George I (1714-1727) was born in Hanover, Germany on 28 May 1660. The eldest son of Ernst August, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, a German prince, and of his wife, Sophia. He was Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg from 23 Jan 1698, & King of Great Britain & King of Ireland from 1 Aug 1714, until his death on 11 June 1727. He was also a Prince Elector of the Holy Roman Empire.

Mária Krisztierna, the wife of the Prince of Transylvania, Zsigmond Báthory

Mária Krisztierna, the wife of the Prince of Transylvania, Zsigmond Báthory

King George II

Kings and Queens of England, 1066-2010

King of Great Britain and Ireland Elector of Hanover (more.) Reign June 1727 – 25 October 1760 Coronation October 1727 Predecessor George I Successor George III

Mathew Parker, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1559 until his death in 1575. He was also an influential theologian and arguably the co-founder (with Thomas Cranmer and Richard Hooker) of a distinctive tradition of Anglican theological thought.  Parker was one of the primary architects of the Thirty-Nine Articles, the defining statements of Anglican doctrine. And also had been chaplain to Anne Boleyn

On this day August, Matthew Parker, Archbishop of Canterbury, was born. He had an extremely long nose and was very inquisitive, hence the expression 'Nosey Parker' Well you learn something everyday pinning!

Claude de Lorraine, maternal grandfather of Mary, Queen of Scots

Grandfather to Mary Queen of Scots - Claude of Lorraine, Duke of Guise d.

James II, House of Stuart, b.14 October 1633 d.16 September 1701, son of Charles I & Henrietta Maria of France. King of England 1685-1688.

James II (England, Wales, Ireland) & James VII (Scotland) Charles II had no children and his brother took over when he died. He was a Roman Catholic. He had two daughters (Protestant) and eventually a son.

João III, enquanto Príncipe Herdeiro, no Tríptico dos Infantes; Mestre da Lourinhã, 1516. Nascido em Lisboa, era filho do rei Manuel I de Portugal ...e sua segunda esposa a infanta Maria de Aragão e Castela, tendo ascendido ao trono apenas com dezenove anos de idade.João III (Lisboa, 6 de junho de 1502 – Lisboa, 11 de junho de 1557), apelidado de "o Piedoso" e "o Colonizador", foi o Rei de Portugal e Algarves de 1521 até sua morte.

John III of Portugal from the Triptych of the Infantes by the Master of Lourinha, 1516

Blanca II (1424-1464), Queen of Navarre (1461-1464) in her own right; though the real power was held by her father. She was a daughter of King Juan II of Aragón and his wife, Queen Blanche I of Navarre. She was The Princess of Asturias (1440-1453) as the wife of Enrique The Prince of Asturias (later King Enrique IV of Castile-León). She had no children.

Blanche II, queen of Navarre X 1440 : 1453 Enrique IV, king of Castile king of León - her grave in Lescar. grave of spouse in the Real Monasterio de Santa Maria, Guadalupe.

Maria of Aragon, Queen of Portugal - https://hemmahoshilde.wordpress.com/2016/02/28/maria-of-aragon-married-her-sisters-widower/

Maria of Aragon married her sister’s widower

(Sister of Catherine of Aragon) Maria, Queen of Portugal - born 29 June 1482 - 7 March She was the third surviving daughter of Isabella of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon (the Catholic monarchs). Maria married her sister's widower Manuel I of Portugal.

Benjamin Disraeli. British Tory Prime Minister twice. Helped Pass the 1867 Reform Act which allowed working class men to vote.

Benjamin Disraeli British Prime Minister and then again from

George III from "The Life of Princess Charlotte"

George III late in life from "The Life of Princess Charlotte"

2) Infante D. Duarte de Portugal 5º Duque de Guimarães (1541-1576) -. Foi um dos mais influentes nobres na corte de seu tio, o rei D. João III de Portugal, e na de seu primo, o rei D. Sebastião. – pt.wikipedia.org

Edward of Portugal, Duke of Guimarães Spouse Isabella of Braganza House of Aviz Father Manuel I of Portugal Mother Maria of Aragon Born 7 October 1515 Lisbon, Kingdom of Portugal Died 20 September 1540 (aged Lisbon, Kingdom of Portugal

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