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... In 1513, she married her first husband, Sir Richard Wingfield, courtier, diplomat, and Lord Deputy of Calais ... Together, Sir Richard and Bridget had ten children Charles Wingfield (1513- 24 May 1540), married Joan Knollys, sister of Sir Francis Knollys, and sister-in ... Mary Wingfield Margaret Wingfield, married firstly Sir Thomas Newman, and secondly a son of the Moyle family ...
... Sir Richard St George, 1st Baronet (d. 1789) Sir Richard Bligh St George, 2nd Baronet (1765-1851) Sir Theophilus John St George, 3rd Baronet (1816-1857) Sir Richard de Latour St George ...
... Sir Richard Carr Glyn, 1st Baronet (2 February 1755 – 27 April 1838) was a British banker and politician ... Glyn was the son of Sir Richard Glyn, 1st Baronet, by his second wife Elizabeth (née Carr). 83, and was succeeded in the baronetcy by his eldest son Richard ...
... Sir Richard III Weston (1591–1652) was an English canal builder and agricultural improver ... Weston was born in 1591, the eldest son of Sir Richard II Weston (1564-1613) of Sutton Place, Surrey, by Jane Dister (d.1625), daughter of John Dister of Bergholt, Essex ... He was the great-great-grandson of Sir Richard I Weston (1465-1541), builder of Sutton Place ...
... Sir Richard did not speak Spanish and the captain did not speak English, so it was with difficulty that Sir Richard attempted to inform him that his orders were to return the Amfitrite back to Cadiz ... Sir Richard allowed the captain three minutes to decide whether he would comply with the order, but after waiting for six minutes without an answer, opened fire on Amfitrite ...
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