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Lord High Treasurer Of Ireland - Lord Treasurers of Ireland 1217-1695
1217–1232 John de St John 1232–1233 Peter de Rivaux 1233–1235 Eustace, Canon of Chichester 1235–1251 Geoffrey de Turville, Bishop of Ossory 1251–1258 Hugh de Mapilton. 1375–1376 Thomas Scurlock, Abbot of St Thomas's, Dublin 1376–1385 Alexander de Balscot, Bishop of Ossory 1385–1386 William Chambers, Archdeacon of Dublin 1386–1388 Robert ...
Hugh De Courtenay, 9th Earl Of Devon - Early Life
... Hugh de Courtenay was born 14 September 1276, the son of Sir Hugh de Courtenay (d. 30 September 1328), daughter of Hugh le Despenser, 1st Earl of Winchester, an important adviser to King Edward II ... He was the grandson of John de Courtenay (died c ...
Hugh De Mapenor
... Hugh de Mapenor (or Hugh de Mapenore died April 1219) was a medieval Bishop of Hereford ... Mapenor was a clerk for Giles de Braose, his predecessor as bishop ...
Hugh De Morville, Lord Of Westmorland
... Sir Hugh de Morville (died c ... which he inherited from his father, Hugh de Morville, Lord of Cunningham and Lauderdale ...
Hugh De Selincourt
... Hugh de Selincourt (15 June 1878 - 20 January 1951) was an English author and journalist, chiefly remembered today for his timeless tale of village cricket, The ... The fictional village of Tillingfold was a recurring element in de Selincourt's work, and was based on his own village of Storrington at the foot of the South Downs ... Saturday Match (1937) and Gauvinier Takes to Bowls (1948) were among de Selincourt's final books ...

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    Thou shalt not covet; but tradition
    Approves all forms of competition.
    —Arthur Hugh Clough (1819–1861)