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51 In 1302 Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford and constable of England, married Elizabeth, Countess of Holland, widowed daughter of King Edward I. In 1310 he was appointed one of the twenty-one ordainers to regulate the king's conduct of affairs. In 1312 Humphrey joined the barons besieging Piers Gaveston, Edward II's favourite, at Scarborough. He fought and was captured at the battle of Bannockburn in 1314, and was exchanged by the Scots for Robert Bruce's wife, who had been imprisoned in England.
Humphrey de Bohun became one of the major opponents of Edward II's later favourites, the Despencers, and, in 1321, joined the league of marcher lords who were demanding their exile. Alarmed by Edward's massacre of rebels defending Leeds castle, Humphrey surrendered his castles to the king's troops without resistance. Retreating before Edward's northwards advance, he was killed at the battle of Boroughbridge. 
BOHUN Humphrey De
 
52 Christ Church Cotmanhay Parish Monumental Inscriptions
No:4
"In loving memory of ELLEN, beloved wife of John Hallam of Shipley. Who died Nov 13 1882 aged 52.
Also Clare Hallam died march 1 1895"
Slate upright - East corner. 
BOSTOCK Ellen
 
53 http://www.cwgc.org.uk/detailed.asp?casualty=728198 BOWES-LYON Fergus
 
54 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
55 http://www.guardian.co.uk/monarchy/story/0,2763,346418,00.html

"In 1987, it emerged that Katherine and Nerissa Bowes-Lyon had been incarcerated in the Royal Earlswood Mental Hospital in Surrey for 46 years. The two women, nieces of the Queen Mother, had never been visited by a member of the royal family."

When Nerissa Bowes-Lyon died in 1986, she was buried in Redhill cemetery. Her grave was marked with a plastic tag bearing a serial number and her name.

When the story came to light 20 years ago the Sun (owned by Blair supporter Rupert Murdoch) had a disgusting headline along the lines of "Queen's cousin found in madhouse" and made a joke of the whole thing. 
BOWES-LYON Nerissa
 
56 The battle of Flodden was a carnage of Scotsmen, but one woman, Margaret Boyd, must have suffered a great deal. Her lover, James IV, King of Scots, was killed and so was their son, Alexander. Also, Margaret's husband, John Mure, of Rowallen was killed in that battle. BOYD Margaret
 
57 [Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED]

I.G.I. Nottinghamshire. Emma Bradley Christened on 15th September 1834,in Greasley, Nott's, to Joseph Bradley & Mary Ann Holmes. 
BRADLEY Emma
 
58 [Hollingg.ged]

Ancestral File cannot share event information because this person is "living".

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
BRADSHAW Maida Remington
 
59 [Hollingg.ged]

Ancestral File cannot share event information because this person is "living".

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
BRADSHAW Maida Remington
 
60 Soon after the birth of his grandson, Joao VI finally returned to Portugal. Along with him went most members of the Braganza family, Pedro remained in Brazil to act as regent for his father. Initially Joao VI was appalled at Pedro's desire to remain in Brazil, but after his son refused to back away from his decision, the king agreed to Pedro and Leopoldina remaining behind. Dom Miguel, the king's second son, did not question returning to Portugal for he never really adapted to life in Brazil. Besides it is quite possible that Miguel already foresaw his future as monarch of Portugal while his brother remained ruler of Brazil. Leopoldina's life in Brazil was to be fraught with anxieties over her future, that of her children and the decreasing attention paid her by her husband. Her first disappointment was the untimely death of little Prince Joao in 1822. The arrival of a second daughter one month after Joao's death did not improve much the parents' spirits. For Pedro an heir was a necessity since the heir presumptive to Portugal and Brazil was his increasingly troublesome brother Dom Miguel. A third daughter, Paula Mariana, was born in 1823. In late 1822, Prince Regent Pedro of Braganza decided to stage a coup d"etat to emancipate Brazil from the Portuguese crown. Joao VI himself had recommended this course of action as a means of guaranteeing the Brazilian crown would remain under the Braganzas. During the royal family's long stay in Brazil the colony had learned how to rule itself without Lisbon"s guidance. Once Napoleon's regime was ousted, Lisbon faintly tried to restore its control over Brazilian affairs. This course of action was deeply resented by the Brazilians who were deeply resentful of Portuguese involvement in the country"s internal affairs. Thus to guarantee that Brazil would not be completely lost, Prince Regent Pedro gave his support to the independence movement that sealed the colony"s break from Lisbon. At the age of twenty-four, the Prince Regent became Emperor Pedro I of Brazil. In the meantime, Pedro I continued to neglect his Austrian consort. It seemed that the only reason why he spent any time with her was in an effort to produce the long-awaited heir. The couple's fourth daughter, Francisca Carolina, was born in 1824. Pedro"s impatience with Leopoldina knew no bounds and he continued to spend more time away from her and in the arms of his mistresses. Leopoldina's life in Brazil had turned into a living inferno, far away from her family, ignored by her husband, the young Brazilian empress slowly fell into deep depression. In Vienna, Emperor Franz I openly referred to his Brazilian son-in-law as a scoundrel. Nonetheless, Pedro and Leopoldina continued their efforts to produce an heir. The arrival of Prince Pedro de Alcantara of Braganza in late 1825, was Leopoldina's crowning satisfaction. Exhausted by constant childbearing since her arrival in Brazil, Empress Leopoldina died practically ignored by her husband one year after the birth of the couple's only surviving son. BRAZIL Pedro I Emperor Of
 
61 http://www.e-familytree.net/f1319.htm BULLER-FULLERTON-ELPHINSTONE Sidney Herbert
 
62 I don't know about the views of the Queen herself, but I'm interested in Elizabeth II's relatively obscure ancestors. I've done some research on the ancestry of Caroline Louisa Burnaby (1832-1918), the Queen's matrilineal great-grandmother. Caroline's known great-great-great-grandfathers include a carpenter and a baker, and another may have been a husbandman. Caroline also has many more prominent ancestors. She may have traceable royal ancestry, though her descent from Edward I through Philippa (Brooke) (Calverley) Burton given in "Burke's Landed Gentry" is in error, because Elizabeth Burton (bur 1699), wife of Hugh Burnaby, was a daughter of Andrew and Anne (Fairmeadow) Burton of Oakham, co. Rutland, and not of Sir Thomas and Philippa (Brooke) (Calverley) Burton of Stockerston, Leicestershire (see Harleian Society volume 73, the 1681-82 visitation of Rutland).

I haven't looked at John and Elizabeth Walsh much. Wagner's article "Some of the Sixty-four Ancestors of Her Majesty the Queen" in "The Genealogists' Magazine", Mar 1940, pp7-13, gives John Walsh and Elizabeth only as possibilities for the parents of Mary Elizabeth (Walsh) Carpenter, noting that they were witnesses at her marriage in 1779. Gerald Paget's "The Lineage and Ancestry of HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales" lists John and Elizabeth without any caveat. An extracted entry in the IGI gives the baptism of a Mary Elizabeth Walsh, daughter of John and Elizabeth, in 1758 at St. Luke, Chelsea.

Edward Davies 
BURNABY Caroline Louise
 
63 [Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
CARR Charles Lura
 
64 [Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
CARR Charles Lura
 
65 1881 Census: PRO Ref: RG11 Piece / Folio 3382 / 81 Page Number 10:
Source Information: Dwelling: Shepherds Cottage Census Place: Cotgrave, Nottingham, England
Family History Library Film 1341808

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
John WHITE Head M Male 68 Ratcliffe, Nottingham, England Ac Lab
Caroline WHITE Wife M Female 41 Ratcliffe, Nottingham, England Washerwoman
Clara WHITE Dau Female 5 Ratcliffe, Nottingham, England Scholar
Emily CAUNT Neice Female 12 Ratcliffe, Nottingham, England Scholar
Arthur WHITE Grandson Male 2 Cotgrave  
CAUNT Emily
 
66 [Hollingg.ged]

Listed on the Handcart company - 6th Company 1857 - Captain Evans. Listed as 28 years of age. 
COOK Jemima
 
67 [Hollingg.ged]

Listed on the Handcart company - 6th Company 1857 - Captain Evans. Listed as 28 years of age. 
COOK Jemima
 
68 1881 Census: RG11 Piece / Folio 3401 / 121 Page Number 36 Family History Library Film 1341813
Census Place Litchurch, Derby, England
Dwelling 18 Russell Street
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation
Edward CRISP Head M Male 50 Leicester, Leicester, England Iron Turner
Elizabeth CRISP Wife M Female 50 Hathern, Leicester, England
Eliza CRISP Daur U Female 19 Derby, Derby, England Net Mender
Emma CRISP Daur Female 14 Derby, Derby, England Mill Hand
Hannah CRISP Daur Female 13 Derby, Derby, England Scholar
Edward CRISP Son Male 6 Derby, Derby, England Scholar
Edward HURST Lodger W Male 45 Leicester, England Iron Turner
Son Samuel a few doors away as a lodger 
CRISP Edward
 
69 [Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED]

Died Young 
CRISP Evelyn
 
70 Born with Downs Sydrome CRISP John
 
71 1881 Census: RG11 Piece / Folio 3401 / 120 Page Number 33 Family History Library Film 1341813
Living a few doors down from his family at 18 Russell Street:
Dwelling 8 Russell Street
Census Place Litchurch, Derby, England
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Thomas KELLY Lodger (Head) U Male 25 Nottingham, England Iron Moulder
Samuel CRISP Lodger U Male 25 Leicester, England Iron Moulder

1901 Census: Folio: 3224 Page: 164 Derby
Name Gender Age Birth Birthplace Occupation
Samuel Crisp Male 46 1855 Leicester ... Maker
Mary Crisp Female 51 1850 Mansfield
Edward Crisp Male 14 1887 Radford Factory Hand
Samuel Crisp Male 11 1890 Radford
Herbert Crisp Male 8 1893 Derby  
CRISP Samuel
 
72 Bishop in LDS Church CRISP William Herbert
 
73 [Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED]

Worked in a "Walk in" pit - Iremore (high Moor?)Colliery, Nr killimarsh. Lump of rock fell, Broke his neck. 
CROWDER Arnold
 
74 [Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED]

Eunice Crowder has her mums (Edith May) death certificate. 
CROWDER Eunice
 
75 1881 Census: Place Bolsover, Derby
Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3439 / 33 Page Number 9
Family History Library Film 1341822

Dwelling Shuttlewood Bolsover
Name Relation Marital Gender Age Birthplace Occupation
George CROWDER Head M Male 29 Bolsover, Derby, England Coalminer
Lydia CROWDER Wife M Female 36 Bolsover, Derby, England  
CROWDER George
 
76 1881 Census: Census Place Bolsover, Derby, England Family History Library Film 1341822
Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3439 / 8 Page Number 10
Dwelling High St
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
George CROWDER Head M Male 57 Mansfield, Nottingham, England Ag Lab
Ann CROWDER Wife M Female 57 Derby, England
Francis CROWDER Son M Male 25 Bolsover Ag Lab
Eliza CROWDER Daur U Female 22 Bolsover School Mistress
Elizabeth CROWDER Daur Female 20 Bolsover  
CROWDER George
 
77
Possibly born in Hollow Farm, Oxcroft, Stanfree.
Later in life he lived like a tramp, travelling around all over area.
Died at Southwell Workhouse.

1881 Census: Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3439 / 4 Page Number 2
Family History Library Film 1341822
Dwelling High Street Census Place Bolsover, Derby, England
Name Marital Gender Age Birthplace Occupation
John CROWDER M Male 36 B Bolsover Bricklayer
Mary CROWDER M Female 30 Bolsover
Aaron CROWDER U Male 11 Bolsover Scholar
Ada CROWDER Female 8 Bolsover Scholar
John CROWDER Male 6 Bolsover Scholar
Lith CROWDER U Male 5 Bolsover School Boy
Beatrice CROWDER Female 5 m Bolsover

1901 Census: Peice: 3254 Foilio: 12 Chesterfield, Bolsover, Dbys
John Crowder Male 54 1847 Bricklayer Derbys Bolsover
Mary Crowder Female 53 1848 Derbys Bolsover
Leith Crowder 26 1875 Bricklayer Derbys Bolsover
Percy Crowder Male 19 1882 Bricklayer Derbys Bolsover
Polly Crowder Female 14 1887 Derbys Bolsover
Oliver Crowder Male 13 1888 Derbys Bolsover
Percy Crowder Male 6 1895 Derbys Bolsover 
CROWDER John
 
78 Buried at Bolsover Cemetary. Thro gates, 20yds past tree, RHS, 20 yds.
M.I. - Percy Crowder. Accidentally killed Feb 23 1953, Aged 57 Years.
A dear Wife and mother, Edith May Crowder, Died 11 May 1986, Aged 86 years.
Also, His dear Daughter Kathleen, who died April 20 1933, aged 13.
Kathleen died of dropsy. 
CROWDER Kathleen
 
79 Born at 60 Shuttlewood road, Bolsover, Derbys. CROWDER Pamela Francis
 
80 Home of Grandma & Grandad Hallam
Walter Hallam & Pam Crowder
13, Aslockton drive, Nottingham
Lat: 52°58'38.81"N
Long: 1°11'19.84"W
Now been knocked down and updated from the post war "prefab". Which Grandma did not want! 
CROWDER Pamela Francis
 
81 Lived at: 60, Shuttlewood Road, Bolsover, Derbys.
23, Church Road, Stanfree, Bolsover. S44 6
Killed on a Motorbike at Hillstown Crossings, Bollsover. Wife Edith May on back, but was ok.
Buried at Bolsover Cemetary. Thro gates, 20yds past tree, RHS, 20 yds.
M.I. - Percy Crowder. Accidentally killed Feb 23 1953, Aged 57 Years.
A dear Wife and mother, Edith May Crowder, Died 11 May 1986, Aged 86 years.
Also, His dear Daughter Kathleen, who died April 20 1933, aged 13.
Kathleen died of dropsy.
 
CROWDER Percy
 
82 [Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
DAVIES Elizabeth
 
83 [Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
DAVIES Elizabeth
 
84 [Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
DAVIES John
 
85 [Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
DAVIES John
 
86 Source from Hills/Hatcher Family Tree on World Connect DE BOURBON Antoine
 
87 Source from Hills/Hatcher Family Tree on World Connect DE BOURBON Elizabeth
 
88 1573-1642, queen of France; daughter of Francesco de' MEDICI, grand dukeof Tuscany. She became the second wife of HENRY IV in 1600 and after hisassassination (1610) became regent for her son LOUIS XIII. She chose asminister her favorite, Concino Concini, who dissipated the treasury byextravagance. Exiled after Concini's murder (1617), Marie was reconciledwith her son in 1622. She tried (1630) to gain the dismissal of herformer protégé and the king's minister, Cardinal RICHELIEU, but Louisexiled her again. Her daughter, HENRIETTA MARIA, married CHARLES I ofEngland.


Source from Hills/Hatcher Family Tree on World Connect 
DE MEDICI Marie
 
89 Medieval English Ancesters of Certain Americans, Carl Boyer III, p. 27 DE ROS Ida
 
90 Lost Duchies of Schleiswig and Holstein to Prussia. DENMARK Christian IX King Of
 
91 [Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED]
 
DERBYSHIRE Ann
 
92 http://www.samsloan.com/pamela-h.htm DIGBY Pamela
 
93 [Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED]

On the 1900 register of electors for Main st, Awsworth there is a William Donnelly.
Had a shop at - 2, Church Street, Pinxton.

Death Certificate: 22 Dec 1915. Annie Wilson. 51. Wife of William Derbyshire Wilson, Coal Miner. Cause: Chronic Endocarditis, Oedema of lungs. Harriet Smalley - sister, present at death (St. Edmunds Ave, Mansfield Woodhouse.
I have copy of will. See Scrapbook in FTM.

Snowden?? 
DONNELLY Ann
 
94 [Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED]

She was visiting Her Brother James ? In the 1871 Census for Pinxton. 
DONNELLY Mary
 
95 Baptism Radcliffe on Trent General Register 1632 to 1900
1880 May 2 Samuel of William & Sarah A Downes Radcliffe Labourer By J Cullen Vicar 
DOWNS Samuel
 
96 1881 Census (LDS):
Census Place Dalby In The Wolds, Leicester, England. Dwelling Lodge To Six Hills Ho
PRO Ref: RG11 Piece / Folio 3183 / 76 Page Number 13:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
William DOWNS Head M Male 23 Hickling, Nottingham, England Ag Lab
Sarah A. DOWNS Wife M Female 23 Radcliffe On Trent, Nottingham, England
George DOWNS Son Male 3 Cropwell Butler, Nottingham, England
Samuel DOWNS Son Male 1 Cropwell Butler, Nottingham, England
Family History Library Film 1341759
Gertrude was born 1889.

Found at Nott Fam Hist:
Baptism Radcliffe on Trent General Register 1632 to 1900
1880 May 2 Samuel of William & Sarah A Downes Radcliffe Labourer By J Cullen Vicar 
DOWNS William
 
97 Count Dracula was a real historical person and not just a myth. His real life was vastly more horrible than has ever been depicted in any horror flick. Known to his enemies as "Vlad Tepes" or Vlad the Impaler, many have wondered why he acquired such strange habits as being said to suck the blood of his victims. The answer is that he was fighting for the survival of his people against the Ottoman Turks who had him surrounded and were in the process of taking over the entire region. It was therefore helpful to have a fearsome reputation for among other things displaying the heads of his enemies on a spike. A great leader of his people, Count Dracula was the last independent ruler of Transylvania. After his death or disappearance in 1476, his people fell under Turkish rule. A few years ago his tomb was opened, but no corpse was found there. We all know what that means!

Bram Stoker later invented a kinder, gentler Dracula.

http://www.royalty.nu/Europe/Balkan/Dracula.html
http://channels.netscape.com/ns/atplay/content.jsp?file=dracula.jsp

Prince of Wallachia 1448, 1456-1462 
DRACULA Count Vlad
 
98 John DRYDEN of Canons Ashby is the 13th great grandfather of so-called President George W. BUSH through his daughter Bridget Dryden.
John DRYDEN of Canons Ashby is the 12th great grandfather of Diana SPENCER through his son Erasmus Dryden. 
DRYDEN John, of Canons Ashby
 
99 http://www.mdlg05075.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/eden.htm
http://www.number-10.gov.uk/output/page132.asp
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/PReden.htm
http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/people/A0816744.html 
EDEN Anthony, British Prime Minister
 
100 Lincolnshire Archives
Broxholme Burials: 1882 Elizabeth Robinson Broxholme 16 Jan 1882 57 years A.M.Baynham-Rector 
ELIZABETH
 

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