Sir John Norreys

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Norreys - Famous Family Members
... Baron Norreys of Rycote Earl of Abingdon whose secondary title is Baron Norreys of Rycote Sir John Norreys (Esquire), Keeper of the Wardrobe for King Henry VI of England Alice Norreys, 15th century Lady of the ...
High Sheriff Of Berkshire - List of High Sheriffs of Berkshire - 1248-1566 (jointly With Oxfordshire)
1248 Guy FitzRobert 1250 Nicholas de Hendred 1254 John de Turberville 1254 Nicholas de Hendred 1259 Walter de la River 1261 Philip Basset 1262 Fulk. 1522 John Osbaldeston of Chadlington 1522 Sir Simon Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt 1523 John Fettiplace 1524 Sir William Essex 1526 Sir William Barentine of Little Haseley 1526. 1540 Sir William Essex 1541 Sir Walter Stonor of Stonor 1542 Sir William Barentine of Little Haseley 1543 William Fermor of Somerton 1544 John Williams 1545 Sir ...
Jan Hus
... July 1415), often referred to in English as John Hus or John Huss, was a Czech priest, philosopher, reformer, and master at Charles University in Prague ... After John Wycliffe, the theorist of ecclesiastical Reformation, Hus is considered the first Church reformer (living prior to Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli) ...
1782 - Births
1830) March 13 – Sir Robert Bateson, 1st Baronet, Irish nobility (d. 1863) March 18 – John C. 1861) July 26 – John Field, Irish composer (d ...
John Wyndham
... John Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris (10 July 1903 – 11 March 1969) was an English science fiction writer who usually used the pen name John Wyndham, although he also used other ...

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    What a treat to hear Thy Word
    Where the bones of leading statesmen,
    Have so often been interred.
    Sir John Betjeman (1906–1984)

    Reprehension is a kind of middle thing betwixt admonition and correction: it is sharpe admonition, but a milde correction. It is rather to be used because it may be a meanes to prevent strokes and blowes, especially in ingenuous and good natured children. [Blows are] the last remedy which a parent can use: a remedy which may doe good when nothing else can.
    William Gouge, Puritan writer. As quoted in The Rise and Fall of Childhood by C. John Sommerville, ch. 11 (rev. 1990)