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Arms of Berkeley

Arms of Berkeley

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Garter Plate for John Bourchier 1st Baron Berners

Garter Plate for John Bourchier 1st Baron Berners

The twelve year old Empress Matilda (Maud) of England at her wedding to the twenty-eight year old Holy Roman Emperor Heinrich V. They had no children together. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The twelve year old Empress Matilda (Maud) of England at her wedding to the twenty-eight year old Holy Roman Emperor Heinrich V. They had no children together. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sir Robert de Clifford, 1st Baron de Clifford; 1st Lord of Skipton, Lord Warden of the Marches 20th GreatGrandFather

Sir Robert de Clifford, 1st Baron de Clifford; 1st Lord of Skipton, Lord Warden of the Marches 20th GreatGrandFather

Sir "Knight" NICHOLAS de SEGRAVE, 1st Baron Segrave "Rebel Baron and Crusader" (Prominent baronial leader during the reign and revolt of King Henry III. On side of Simon de Monfort at the Battle of Evesham where he was wounded and taken prisoner. Pardoned.) - Overview - Ancestry.com. 33rd GG Uncle.

Sir "Knight" NICHOLAS de SEGRAVE, 1st Baron Segrave "Rebel Baron and Crusader" (Prominent baronial leader during the reign and revolt of King Henry III. On side of Simon de Monfort at the Battle of Evesham where he was wounded and taken prisoner. Pardoned.) - Overview - Ancestry.com. 33rd GG Uncle.

Earl of Berkeley and Lord Leutenant of Gloustershire and other WELSH royalty/leaders TITLES and history relevant to the BRISTOL area and BARONETSY of BERKELEY back to 1620's - thru 1776 and on thru victorian times - ORGAN donated to the TOWN OF BERKLEY by the EARL OF BERKELEY or BARON BERKELEY - resulted in the town itself being NAMED AFTER THE BARON/EARL, who was always LOYAL TO THE CROWN. 1st Earl in 1627 thru 8th Earl - title in abeyence, then DORMANT or EXTINCT by  1942 WWII

Earl of Berkeley and Lord Leutenant of Gloustershire and other WELSH royalty/leaders TITLES and history relevant to the BRISTOL area and BARONETSY of BERKELEY back to 1620's - thru 1776 and on thru victorian times - ORGAN donated to the TOWN OF BERKLEY by the EARL OF BERKELEY or BARON BERKELEY - resulted in the town itself being NAMED AFTER THE BARON/EARL, who was always LOYAL TO THE CROWN. 1st Earl in 1627 thru 8th Earl - title in abeyence, then DORMANT or EXTINCT by 1942 WWII

Berkeley Castle 2

Berkeley Castle 2

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