Wriothesley

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Charles Wriothesley - Heraldic Career
... This gave the Wriothesley family a chance to extend their dynasty ... Shortly after this appointment, Wriothesley resumed his interrupted legal training ... In the early 1530s, Wriothesley reached the peak of his career as an officer of arms ...
Titchfield Abbey - Place House
... Wriothesley won the battle to gain control of Titchfield and immediately began work to turn it into a mansion for himself, to be known as Place House ... the commissioners who had taken the surrender of Titchfield sent a report to Wriothesley detailing the state of his new property The royal commissioners went on to note that ... building blocks for the new house, and Wriothesley supplemented this valuable resource with fresh Caen stone ...
William Wriothesley
... William Wriothesley or Wrythe (pronunciation uncertain /ˈraɪzli/ RYE-zlee (archaic), /ˈrɒtsli/ ROTT-slee (present-day) and /ˈraɪəθsli/ RYE-əths-lee have been suggested) (died 1513) was an officer of arms ... son of Garter King of Arms, John Writhe the younger brother of Thomas Wriothesley and the father of Thomas Wriothesley, 1st Earl of Southampton ...