3 edition of Hopton 1607 found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Almanack and prognostication for this year 1607|
|Statement||faithfully supputated by Arthur Hopton ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1738:48|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
Paperback: pages Publisher: Book on Demand Ltd. (May 2, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a reviewAuthor: Charles E. H. Chadwyck Healey. HOPTON, ARTHUR. A Concordancy of Yeares. Containing a new, easie, and most exact Computation of Time, according to the English Account.[Nicholas Okes] for The Company of Stationers, 8vo, FIRST EDITION, woodcut title-page border, woodcut diagrams, 12 pages of tables with astrological symbols, head- and tail-pieces, contemporary limp vellum, lacking I1 and I8, P1 loose (lacking P8, as.
Hopton History Book FINAL small 1. H o p t o n - o n - s e a exploring the past By The Hopton Village History Group 2. Front Cover Images: Reproduced by kind permission of Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch: Drawings Illustrative of the Historical Account of Lowestoft in the County of Suffolk and adjoining Parishes in the Hundred of Mutford and Lothingland collected by Isaac . Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Robert Hopton (–), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing St Mary's Church, Witham Friary, Mendip District, Somerset, England ; Maintained by Todd Whitesides (contributor ).
, Speculum topographicum: or, The topographicall glasse / Arthur Hopton Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ; W. J. Johnson Amsterdam: Norwood, N.J Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Sir Arthur Hopton of Wytham Friary, - Arthur Hopton of Wytham Friary Arthur Hopton of Wytham Friary was born in , at birth place, to Sir Owen, Lt of the Tower Hopton and Anne Hopton/ Hopton (born Hopton Echingham).
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Arthur Hopton (died 20 November ) was an English politician. He was member of parliament for Dunwich inand for Suffolk in He was the first son of Owen Hopton and Anne, elder daughter of Sir Edward Echyngham and Ann Everard.
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Biography. Sir Owen Hopton and Anne Echingham were the parents of Arthur Hopton, KB, who is also described in the Wikipedia page for his son, Robert Hopton, MP and whose parents are described on Sir Robert's History of Parliament page.
Sir Arthur Hopton was born about in Spouse: Rachel (Hall) Hopton. Hopton, An almanack and prognostication for this year being third after leap year, commodious for many, and comendable for any.
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Born in Hopton Priory, Derbyshire, England on to Sir Owen Hopton, Lieutenant Tower and Anne Echingham. Sir Arthur Hopton married Rachel Hall and had 3 children. He passed away on 20 Nov in Hopton Priory, Derbyshire, Of Birth: Hopton Priory, Derbyshire, England.
Life. Hopton was the fifth son of Sir Arthur Hopton, circa toand Rachael was born on his father's estates in Blythburgh, Suffolk, which were sold a few years later to provide dowries for his ten family relocated to Witham Friary in Somerset, acquired from Glastonbury Abbey after the Dissolution of the Monasteries in Get this from a library.
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Although Hopton claimed descent in the male line from the 12th-century Shropshire family (to which his mother unquestionably belonged), the Herefordshire Hoptons, who can be traced back towere of little account until Sir Richard, described as an usurer, acquired the.
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; Cal. Clarendon State Papers, i. ; Metcalfe, Book of Knights, p. He seems to have remained in Spain throughout the civil wars (Cal. of Committee for Advance of Money, p. When his nephew, Sir Ralph Hopton, was raised to the peerage a limitation in favour of Sir Arthur Hopton and his heirs male was inserted in the patent.
7 THE CASTLES AND OLD MANSIONS OF SHROPSHIRE. HE state of this County in the Norman period is thus described by Camden. “Shropshire is replenished with castles standing thicke on every side, by reason it was a frontier Country in regard of repelling the Welshmen in the marches bordering thereupon; where our ancestors by an ancient word, named the confines of this Shire towards Wales.
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It served then to extol the stones virtue to the Architect and to the Craftsman. The book also describes the geological oddities, commencing some million years ago, that resulted in the formation of the rocks from which the stone was extracted.