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Published by Stockwell in Ilfracombe .
Written in English


  • Grenvile, Bevill, -- Sir.

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Open LibraryOL21249171M
ISBN 100722300077

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Sir Bevil Grenville, Leader of the Cornish Royalists; he supported Sir Ralph Hopton's western campaign but was killed at Lansdown Hill in B evil Grenville was the eldest son of Sir Bernard Grenville of Stow in Cornwall and Elizabeth, . Grenville had provided for his children and wife, but she survived him by only five weeks. His eldest son being already dead, he was succeeded by his eight year-old grandson Richard, later the famous sea captain. At Grenville’s death his estates were valued at £ a year Ref Volumes: Author: J. J. Goring. Notes. 1. GRENVILLE, Bevill (), of Stowe, Kilkhampton, Cornw. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons , ed. Andrew Thrush and John P. Ferris, Available from Cambridge University Press.   William Grenville is mentioned in a deed with Philippa his wife to Thomas Barnecote, dated at Stowe, 20th July John Almescombe and Philippa are mentioned in a deed dated , in a grant of land from John Copleston, and others, of lands in Weldhays and s: Theobald Granville, Margaret Granville, First Wife of Theobald Granville.

Philadelphia, Web. This book is not accepted by the Baronial Order of Magna Charta. SIR ROGER GRENVILLE, of Stowe and Bideford, high sheriff of Cornwall, who m. Margaret, daughter of Richard Whitleigh, of Efford, Devon Granville, Roger. The History of the Granville Family. Exeter, Web. Bevill's younger brother Richard initially joined the Parliamentarians, but defected to the king in Daphne du Maurier's book The King's General is a fictionalized account of this Grenville. Sir Bevil Grenville's Monument is a monument erected in on Lansdown, then called "Lansdowne Hill", 4 miles ( km) north-west of the city of Bath, in Somerset, was designated a Grade II* listed building on 1 February , and a scheduled monument on 12 December Location: Lansdown, Bath, England. (a) This was Sir Bevil Grenville, who was killed at the battle of Lansdowne (5th July, ), where the Cornishmen did excellent service. In the Grenville Library is a volume of Oxford verses () to his memory by William Cartwright and others, noticed by Mr. Bolton Corney in Notes and Queries, vol. i. p.

Page - And the sun went down, and the stars came out far over the summer sea, But never a moment ceased the fight of the one and the fifty-three. Ship after ship, the whole night long, their high-built galleons came, Ship after ship, the whole night long, with her battlethunder and flame ; Ship after ship, the whole night long, drew back with her dead and her shame. Origins. Granville was the son of Bernard Granville, the fourth son of Sir Bevil Grenville () of Bideford in Devon and Stowe in the parish of Kilkhampton in Cornwall, a heroic Royalist commander in the Civil War. (The family changed the spelling of its name in from "Grenville" to "Granville", following the grant of the titles Baron Granville and Earl of Bath).Alma mater: Trinity College, Cambridge. Philip BEVILL 3 son, bur. Talland = Elizabeth BERRY Elizabeth BEVILL = Sir Barnard GREENFIELD, Kt. John BEVILL 4 son, of St Kew = Johanna KILLIOW (bur. 23 June St Kew, BTs at Exeter) Elizabeth BEVILL = Henry MEGGS of Cambridgeshire Agnes BEVILL = Walter KENDALL Mary BEVILL Joane BEVILL = Humphrey PRIDEAUX illiam POMEROY of File Size: 50KB. Possible Child: Ellin GRENVILLE Alternative Father of Possible Child: William (Sir; of Bideford) GRENVILLE -- Bartholomew (of Stowe) de GRENVILLE +.