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Member of Parliament for Lynn Educated Gray's Inn, admitted Treasurer, Gray's InnLent Reader Commissioner gaol delivery, Norwich ; other commissions, Norfolk death; chief steward, Buckenham priory, Norfolk by ; steward, sheriff's court Norwich Mar Aug. Edmund Grey did not live to emulate his father-in-law the judge, whom he survived by only three years, but he made his mark locally, being retained as counsel by both Lynn and Norwich.
His representation of Norwich in a dispute between the city and the dean heard before the Council early in may mean that he was the man elected with Augustine Steward to the Parliament of that year, before the city received Cromwell 's letter asking for the return of John Godsalve: Although he was not to sit for Norwich he is likely to have favoured the choice of his kinsman Richard Catlyn as a fellow-Member of the Parliament in Nothing is known about his part in the House.
By a will made nine days before his death on 20 Aug Grey provided for his children and named his mother-in-law, his kinsman Sir Edmund Bedingfield and Richard Sandell executors and Sir Richard Southwell supervisor; in the following Oct the wardship of his 17 year-old son was acquired by Thomas Gawdy.Edmund GREY of Merton.
Born: BEF , Gray's Inn, London and Merton, Norfolk, England. Died: 20 Aug Buried: Merton Church, Merton, Norfolk, England.
The Sentimentality of William Tavener Willa Cather It takes a strong woman to make any sort of success of living in the West, and Hester undoubtedly was that. When people spoke of William Tavener as the most prosperous farmer in McPherson County, they usually added that his wife was a "good manager." She was an executive woman, .
The Sentimentality of William Tavener is a short story by Willa Cather. It was first published in Library in May Plot summary. William and Hester, live in McPherson County.
One day, Hester manages to talk her husband into letting their. Research genealogy for William Tavener of Slapton, as well as other members of the Tavener family, on Ancestry.
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