Dating in rugby warwickshire

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*the date or the circumstances of James Ellis death need to be checked although most sources give 1812 the battle of Albuera is dated according to a local foundationer a pupil living within a radius of 10 miles of the Rugby Clock Tower they were allowed free schooling.

The headmaster at the time when Webb Ellis enrolled at Rugby School in 1816 was Dr Wooll.

According to Nichols, the chapel was granted to Henry Cartwright in 1542, then left abandoned and neglected until 1692 when Samuel Bracebridge settled a yearly sum for the parson of Mancetter to preach there every other Sunday in the winter season After this, St.

Mary’s Chapel seems to have experienced something of a revival.

He was born on 24th November 1806 in Salford near Manchester in the county of Lancashire.

James, an officer in the Dragoon Guards was killed at the Battle of Albuera in 1812*, Mrs Ellis decided to move to Rugby, Warwickshire in order that William and his older brother Thomas could receive a good education at Rugby School.

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Claverdon is a village and civil parish in the Stratford district of Warwickshire, England, about 5 miles (8.0 km) west of the county town of Warwick.It states; "In Ferncombe Hundred, (Clavendone) Claverdon, Bovi held it; he was a free man. It was forfeited in 1397 by Thomas de Beauchamp, 12th Earl of Warwick, for treason and granted, to Thomas, Earl of Kent, but restored to the Earl on the accession of Henry IV.In 1487 it came to the Crown and passed through various hands, being leased in 1517 for 21 years to Thomas Sherwyn, and its demesnes to Roger Walford, In, December 1547, the lordship was granted to John Dudley, Earl of Warwick, after whose execution the manor, in June 1554, was assigned to his widow Joan for life.William attended the school from 1816 to 1825 and he was noted as a good scholar and a good cricketer, though it was noted that he was 'rather inclined to take unfair advantage' at football.After leaving Rugby he went to Brasenose College, Oxford University in 1825, aged 18.