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Sir Roger Cholmeley

GW DOUTON

Sir Roger Cholmeley

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by GW DOUTON

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Published by Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution in London .
Written in English


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Number of Pages20
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Open LibraryOL19865476M

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Sir Roger Cholmeley (c. – 21 June ) was Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench from to From to he was Recorder of London and served in the House of is possibly best remembered for his endowment to found a.

In a free school for the education of boys and young men in grammar was founded in Highgate by Sir Roger Cholmeley, Chief Justice of the Queen’s Bench. Bishop Grindal of London granted the chapel and former hermitage of Highgate, with other lands and.

Highgate School, formally Sir Roger Cholmeley's School at Highgate, is a British co-educational, fee-paying, independent day school, founded in in Highgate, London, educates over 1, pupils in three sections – Highgate Pre-Preparatory School (ages 3–7), Highgate junior school (ages 7–11) and the senior school (11+) – which together comprise the Highgate : Altiora in Votis, (Latin: 'Higher through prayer').

Publisher: Sir Roger Cholmeley's School at Highgate (Highgate School) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Shipping Weight: pounds; Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 1 customer rating5/5(1).

Sir Roger Cholmeley’s School at Highgate – to give us our full name – was founded in 29 January – Queen Elizabeth I grants letters patent to her ‘well beloved and faithful subject’, Sir Roger Cholmeley, to found a grammar school ‘for the most liberal education and instruction of the boys and young men’ around.

Sir Roger Cholmeley’s School At Highgate's charitable objectives: (1) The advancement of education by the provision of a school in or near highgate, the provision of incidental or ancillary educational activities and the undertaking of associated activities for the benefit of the public; and.

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Catherine Clifford was born in at of Skipton, Yorkshire, England. She married John le Scrope, Baron Scrope of Bolton, son of Henry le Scrope, 7th Baron Scrope of Bolton and Mabel Dacre, in Catherine Clifford married Sir Richard Cholmeley, son of Roger Cholmeley and Catherine Constable, circa Catherine Clifford died in   Sir Roger Cholmeley's School At Highgate.

Overview Financials Documents People Operations Income. Spending. Status. Up-to-date. Charity no. Contact details Highgate Book Society Prize Fund Highgate School Prize Fund Hobbs Prize Fund. - Buy Loyal to the Crown: The Extraordinary Life of Sir Roger Cholmeley book online at best prices in India on Read Loyal to the Crown: The Extraordinary Life of Sir Roger Cholmeley book reviews & author details and more Author: Benjamin Dabby.

Roger Cholmeley: | |Sir Roger Cholmeley| (c. — 21 June ) was |Lord Chief Justice| of the Court of K World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

SIR ROGER CHOLMELEY'S SCHOOL AT HIGHGATE. Large charity (levy paid) Organisation details. Registered Charity Number: ; This organisation is demonstrating their commitment to good fundraising practice. They have committed to follow the Code of.

Roger Cholmeley. Sir Roger Cholmeley (c. — 21 June ) was Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench from to From he was Recorder of London and served in the House of Commons. He is possibly best remembered for his endowment to found a free grammar school, Highgate School, at London.

Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Sir Roger Cholmeley (unknown–28 Apr ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing St. Dunstan-in-the-West Churchyard, Fleet Street, City of London, Greater London, England ; Maintained by Todd Whitesides (contributor ). Roger Cholmeley was born inin Brandsby, Yorkshire, England, to Sir Richard Cholmeley Chomondley and Margaret Cholmeley.

Roger passed away on February 12at age Roger Cholmeley. Free Charity Report. Find out more about Sir Roger Cholmeley's School At Highgate including what their money is spent on, amount raised for every £1 spent on fundraising, 5 year financial information and how your donation helps.

Sir Roger# Cholmeley. Marriage: Katherine# Constable ; Died: Notes: 'Visitation of Yorkshire /5 andCholmeley of Brandsby, Whitby, Skewsby etc' says 'of Thornton on the Hill, 2nd son and heir to his brother'. Sir Roger Cholmeley's School At Highgate's charitable objectives: prize fund provision of a prize for musicSubsidiary merged with general highgate school prize fund provision of books and music for the schoolProvision of an exhibition for a pupil going to cambridge universitySubsidiary merged with cholmeley scholarship assistance to parents.

Cholmeley willed specific items of value to his younger brother Roger. Cholmeley's widow, Elizabeth, later married her third husband, Sir William Gascoigne of Cardington, Bedfordshire.

Cholmeley's brother, Roger, had a son whom he named Richard, whose descendants are the. Family and Education. by1st s. of Sir Roger Cholmley of Roxby and Thornton-on-the-Hill by Catherine, da.

of Sir Robert Constable of Flamborough.m. (1) byMargaret, da. of William, 1st Lord Conyers of Hornby, 3s. at least 3da.; (2) byCatherine, da.

of Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland, wid. of John, 8th Lord Scrope of Bolton (d. Sir Roger Cholmeley, formerly Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench, is the historical personage whose name is best known in Highgate. He founded the "Free Grammar School of Sir Roger Cholmeley, knight" inand was buried at St.

Martin's, Ludgate Hill, on 2nd July in the same year. Roger Cholmeley born Abt Henry Cholmeley born Abt John Cholmeley born Abt Elizabeth Cholmeley born Abt Jane Cholmley born Abt Margaret Cholmley born Abt Roger [Sir Knight] Chomley died 28 Apr at London, Middlesex, England.

Sir (Hugh John) Frederick Sebastian Cholmeley, 7th Baronet (born ) The heir apparent is the present holder's son Montague Hugh Peter Cholmeley (born ). Sir Frederick Sebastian Cholmeley is also a co-heir to the Earldom of Arlington and the Viscountcy of Thetford.

Sir Roger Cholmeley, an illegitimate son, was Lord Chief Justice of England, and another Sir Roger, called "the Black Knight of the North," was the father of the above Sir Richard. Many of the family have distinguished themselves in the service of their country.

Sir Richard, before alluded to, was a valiant soldier, and received the honour of. Sir Roger Cholmley, - Roger Cholmley Roger Cholmley was born inat birth place, to John Cholmeley and Jane Cholmeley (born Eaton).

John was born inin Golston, Yorkshire, England. Sir Roger Cholmeley'S School At Highgate. Public charity. Bridge Number Location N. Rd., Highgate School London, England N6 4AY. Contact Information. URL: ; 90% of Foundations don't have websites. Find them in Quick Start. Register for free. Sir Roger Cholmeley, born ~, died 21 Jun John# Cholmeley Jane# Eyton Sir Richard Cholmeley () Sir Roger Cholmeley () Family Links Sir Roger Cholmeley.

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•born by1st son of Sir Roger Cholmley of Roxby and Thornton-on-the-Hill by Catherine, daughter of Sir Robert Constable of Flamborough.

•married (1) byMargaret, daughter of William, 1st Lord Conyers of Hornby, 3 sons, at least 3 daughters; •married (2) byCatherine, daughter of Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland.

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FamilySearch believes. [Richard Chomley's] first wife was Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Roger Corbet of Morton-Corbet in Shropshire, by whom he had an only daughter Maud, married to Sir Peter Newton of Beverly by whom she had John, Charles, and Arthurs By his second wife Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Randal Brereton of Malpas, chamberlain of Chester, who remarried with Sir.

The court was petitioned to declare the objects of the Cholmeley trust and to remove the governors for perverting them. The judgement of Lord Eldon in was that Sir Roger Cholmeley had founded a free grammar school for teaching the learned languages and.

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