Some articles on wroth, roberts, robert:
... Jan) Thomas Goodlake Thomas Maidstone 1397 (Sep) Sir Adam Francis Sir John Wroth 1399 John Durham Thomas Maidstone 1401 William Loveney Sir John Wroth 1402 James Northampton Thomas Coningsby 1404 (Jan ... b Wroth ceased to be an MP after 11 May 1535. 1st Member 2nd Member 3rd Member 4th Member 4 July 12 ... December 1653 Sir William Roberts Augustine Wingfield Arthur Squib 1 June 3 ... September 22 ... January 1655 ...
2nd Member 2nd Party April 1640 Sir Robert Parkhurst Parliamentarian George Abbotts Parliamentarian November 1640 Sir Robert Parkhurst Parliamentarian George Abbotts Parliamentarian 1645 Sir ...
... Mary Wroth was born on 18 October 1587 to Barbara Gamage (1563-1621) and Robert Sidney (1559-1626) ... Wroth's mother Barbara was a wealthy Welsh heiress and first cousin to Sir Walter Raleigh ... Her father Robert was first earl of Leicester and Viscount Lisle of Penshurst Place, a poet and governor of Flushing, Netherlands ...
Famous quotes containing the word wroth:
“And then at last our bliss
Full and perfect is,
But now begins; for from this happy day
The old Dragon underground,
In straiter limits bound,
Not half so far casts his usurped sway,
And, wroth to see his kingdom fail,
Swinges the scaly horror of his folded tail.”
—John Milton (16081674)