Musgrave

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Musgraves Of Northern England - Sir Richard De Musgrave
... Sir Richard de Musgrave, chivaler, to whom his uncle, Thomas de Musgrave, gave lands and the third part of the manor of Overton, by deed dated on Monday next after the feast of St ...
Musgrave, Cumbria
54°30′47″N 2°22′01″W / 54.513°N 2.367°W / 54.513 -2.367 Musgrave Musgrave Population 152 (2001) OS grid reference NY5520 Civil parish Musgrave District Eden Shire county Cumbria Region ... It has a population of 152, and contains the villages of Little Musgrave and Great Musgrave ...
Baron Musgrave
... The title of Baron Musgrave was created once in the Peerage of England ... On 25 November 1350 Thomas Musgrave was summoned to parliament ...
Scott Starin - District Breakdown - District 4
... and regional director for Senator Ken Salazar won against Republican incumbent Marilyn Musgrave (campaign website), who had represented this district since 2003 ... Musgrave, a conservative known for her staunch opposition to gay marriage, won in 2006 by winning a plurality (46%) of the vote against Angie Paccione (D) and a strong ... Party last year) and became a Democrat, which could have fueled a potential rematch with Musgrave in 2008 ...
Musgraves Of Northern England - Sir Robert De Musgrave
... Sir Robert de Musgrave, knt ... lord of Musgrave, son and heir was one of the commanders of the vanguard of the English army at the battle of Neville's Cross, 1346 was aged upwards of forty years at ... wife was lord of Crossby Gerard and Soulby in right of his mother, and lord of Great and Little Musgrave, c, in right of his father's inheritance ...

Famous quotes containing the word musgrave:

    Quoth she, “I have loved thee, Little Musgrave,
    Full long and many a day;”
    “So have I loved you, faire lady,
    Yet never a word durst I say.”

    “I have a bower at Bucklesfordbery,
    Full daintyly it is deight;
    If thou wilt wend thither, thou Little Musgrave,
    Thou’s lig in mine armes all night.”
    —Unknown. Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard (l. 17–24)