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  1. Nicholas Carew (courtier)

    Other people2 Nicholas Carew disambiguation Image Hans Holbein d. J. 059.jpg thumb 250px Sir Nicholas Carew in full jousting armour ref name p176 Weir, Henry VIII , p. 176. ref by Hans Holbein the Younger , 1532 33. Sir Nicholas Carew Order of the Garter KG c. 1496 3 March 1539 was an England English ... alleged part in the Exeter Conspiracy . Early career The son of Richard Carew ref name sutton London ... . By 1515, Carew s fame in the lists was such that the King provided him with his own tiltyard at Palace ... and Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor ref Henry VIII May 1524, 11 20 , Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 4 1524 1530 1875 , pp. 135 142, ref . Carew was popular with the King, who ... managed to have Carew sent away from court, replacing him with his own prot g Richard Pace . He ... Castle , together with the stewardship of Wallingford. Wolsey finally engineered Carew s dismissal ..., Carew succeeded Henry Guildford Sir Henry Guildford as Master of the Horse , a post he held ... Francis I developed a high regard for Carew ref name p241 , and urged Henry to advance him the self ..., Carew started to resent the way Anne used her position as the King s mistress, revealing his sympathy ..., angry at the way she had treated his friends, Guildford and the Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk ... conservatives, such as Carew, to bring Queen Anne down ref name p374 Weir, Henry VIII , p. 374. ref . At this time, Henry chose Carew to fill a vacancy in the Order of the Garter , thus fulfilling a promise made to Francis I. Downfall In late 1538, Cromwell moved against his former allies. Carew was already ..., Henry was persuaded that Carew had been involved in the Exeter Conspiracy , a plot to depose him ... the last words of Carew as he was led to execution, amounted to exhorting all to study the evangelical .... Carew s son, Sir Francis Carew, managed to attain a reversal of his father s attainder, and purchased the Carew manor from Lord Darcy and it continues to be owned today by the Carew family, even ...   more details



  1. Thomas Carew (MP for Saltash)

    Thomas Carew 1526 7 12 February 1565 was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons of England House of Commons between 1555 and 1565. Carew was the son of Wymond Carew Sir Wymond Carew of East Anthony Cornwall. He matriculated from St John s College, Cambridge in Autumn 1548. He was admitted at the Inner Temple in November 1550. ref name Venn Venn id CRW548T name Carew, Thomas ref In 1555, Carew was elected Member of Parliament for Plymouth UK Parliament constituency Plymouth . He was elected MP for Saltash UK Parliament constituency Saltash in 1563. ref name Willis Cite Notitia Parliamentaria converted 1 part 2 pages 229 239 ref He married Elizabeth, the daughter of Sir Richard Edgecombe of Mount Edgcumbe and Cotehele, Cornwall. They had three sons, including Richard Carew antiquary Richard and George Carew diplomat George , and a one daughter. ref cite web url http www.historyofparliamentonline.org volume 1509 1558 member carew thomas 152627 64 title History of Parliament publisher History of Parliament Trust accessdate 2011 11 11 ref References Reflist Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, Thomas ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 1527 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 1565 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, Thomas Category 1527 births Category 1565 deaths Category Members of the Parliament of England pre 1707 Category Carew family ...   more details



  1. Carew Raleigh (1605?1666)

    Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Raleigh, Carew ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION English politician DATE OF BIRTH 1605 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 1666 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Raleigh, Carew Category ...   more details



  1. James Laurence Carew

    split in December 1890 over the leadership of Charles Stewart Parnell , Carew supported the latter ...James Laurence Carew 1853 31 August 1903 was an Irish nationalism Irish nationalist politician and Member of Parliament MP in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom House of Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland United Kingdom . A member of the Irish Parliamentary Party and later a Parnellite , he was MP for North Kildare UK Parliament constituency North Kildare from 1885 to 1892, for Dublin College Green UK Parliament constituency Dublin College Green 1896 1900 and for South Meath UK Parliament constituency South Meath from 1900 until his death in 1903. Youngest son of Laurence Carew of Kildangan, Kinnegad , then Co. Meath , Co Westmeath ref Kinnegad is now in Co. Westmeath. But there have been boundary changes since 1853. ref and Anne, older daughter of Garrett Robinson of Kilrainy, Co. Kildare , he was educated at the Jesuit St Stanislaus College St Stanislaus and Clongowes Wood College s and at Trinity College, Dublin , where he graduated in 1873. He was called to the Bar association Bar at Lincoln s Inn , London , in July 1874, ref The Times , 27 November ... Parnellite seat of Dublin College Green. Carew was selected and returned unopposed. In 1896 ... Kennard of the Grenadier Guards . Later in this parliamentary term, Carew came under attack in the Irish ... to submit the fees necessary for nomination in a contested election. Carew subsequently stated ... Convention of the United Irish League , Carew was excluded from the Irish Parliamentary Party, along ..., Carew did not live long enough for this to occur. He died suddenly three years later, relatively ... Hansard contribs mr james carew James Laurence Carew start box s par uk s new constituency s ttl title ... Sheehy end box Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, James Laurence ALTERNATIVE ... DEFAULTSORT Carew, James Laurence Category 1853 births Category 1903 deaths Category Healyite ...   more details



  1. William Aquin Carew

    Infobox Christian leader type Bishop name William Aquin Carew title Titular Bishop of Telde image alt caption church Roman Catholic Church archdiocese diocese see Titular See of Telde term 1969 present predecessor none successor incumbent Orders ordination June 15, 1947 ordinated by consecration consecrated by rank Personal details birth date birth date and age 1922 10 23 birth place St. John s, Newfoundland and Labrador Image Flag of Canada.svg 25px death date death place previous post William Aquin Carew born October 23, 1922 is a Canada Canadian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church . William Aquin Carew was born in St. John s, Newfoundland and Labrador and ordained a priest on June 15, 1947. Carew was appointed titular bishop of the Telde as well as Apostolic Nuncio of Burundi and Rwanda on November 27, 1969 ordained a bishop on January 6, 1970. Carew was next appointed Apostolic Pro Nuncio to Cyprus and Apostolic Delegate to Apostolic Nuncio to Israel Jerusalem and Palestine on May 10, 1974. Carew was then appointed Apostolic Pro Nuncio to Japan on August 30, 1983 and would retire from the post on November 11, 1997. See also List of oldest Catholic bishops Nuncio External links http www.catholic hierarchy.org bishop bcarew.html Catholic Hierarchy Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew,William Aquin ALTERNATIVE NAMES Carew,William SHORT DESCRIPTION Catholic bishop DATE OF BIRTH October 23, 1922 PLACE OF BIRTH St. John s, Newfoundland and Labrador DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew,William Aquin Category 20th century Roman Catholic bishops Category 21st century Roman Catholic bishops Category American Roman Catholic bishops Category 1922 births Category Roman Catholic titular bishops Category Apostolic Nuncios to Burundi category Apostolic Nuncios to Rwanda category Apostolic Nuncios to Cyprus Category Living people Category People from St. John s, Newfoundland and Labrador US RC bishop stub de William Aquin Carew fi William Aquin Carew ...   more details



  1. John Carew (Canadian politician)

    John Carew January 5, 1862 &ndash ? was an Ontario lumber merchant and political figure. He represented Victoria South in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as a Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario Conservative member from 1914 to 1919. He was born in Emily Township, Ontario Emily Township , Victoria County, Ontario Victoria County , Canada West , the son of John Carew, and educated in Lindsay, Ontario Lindsay . In 1885, he married Margaret Kelly. He was president and general manager of the John Carew Lumber Company in Lindsay and was also involved in woollen mills, brick manufacturing and a steamboat company. He was a governor for the Ross Memorial Hospital at Lindsay and served on the board of education. Carew was also president for the Lindsay Central Exhibition. Two of Carew s daughters, Roberta and Gertrude, married, respectively, two brothers, Cecil and Leslie Frost who became prominent in the Ontario Progressive Conservative party. Leslie was premier of Ontario from 1949 to 1961. Another daughter, Annie, married Stanley Beal, the son of wealthy tannery owner Robert M. Beal who was mayor of Lindsay and a Communist. Carew and Beal detested one another. John Carew s eldest son, Frank, was Lieutenant Colonel in the Canadian Forestry Corps. during World War One and a very successful curler, serving as vice skip for legendary J.D. Flavelle, then winning two Ontario championships as skip. External links http www.ontla.on.ca web members members all detail.do?locale en&ID 956 Member s parliamentary history for the Legislative Assembly of Ontario http www.ourroots.ca e toc.aspx?id 3853 A cyclop dia of Canadian biography brief biographies of persons ... , HW Charlesworth 1919 http www.ourroots.ca e toc.aspx?id 2982 Victoria County centennial history , W Kirkconnell 1921 Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, John ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION ... Carew, John Category 1862 births Category Year of death missing Category Progressive Conservative ...   more details



  1. George Carew (priest)

    George Carew 1497 8 1583 was an English churchman who became Dean of Exeter . Life He was the third son of Sir Edmund Carew . He graduated B.A. at Broadgates Hall, Oxford in 1522. Carew was archdeacon of Totnes from 1534 to 1549, becoming precentor of Exeter in 1549, and was archdeacon of Exeter from 1556 to 1569. He was dean of Bristol from 5 November 1552, but he was ejected in 1553 under Mary I of England Mary I . He resumed the post on the accession of Elizabeth I of England Elizabeth I , and filled it until 1571. He was also dean of Christ Church, Oxford from 1559 to 1661, Dean of Windsor dean and canon of Windsor , 1560 to 1577, and became dean of Exeter in 1571. He died in June 1583, and was buried in the church of St. Giles in the Fields . Family He married Anne, daughter of Sir Nicholas Harvey. George Carew, 1st Earl of Totnes was a younger son. References Dictionary of National Biography , Carew, George, Baron Carew of Clopton and Earl of Totnes 1555 1629 , statesman, by Sidney Lee. Published 1886. Attribution DNB Deans of Bristol Deans of Exeter Deans of Windsor Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, George ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 1498 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 1583 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, George Category 1498 births Category 1583 deaths Category Deans of Bristol Category Deans of Christ Church, Oxford Category Deans of Exeter Category Deans of Windsor Category Archdeacons of Exeter Category Archdeacons of Totnes Category Carew family Category 16th century English people Category People of the Tudor period ...   more details



  1. Thomas Carew (died 1681)

    Sir Thomas Carew 1624 &ndash 25 July 1681 was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons of England House of Commons at various times between 1659 and 1681. Carew was the third suriving son of Sir Richard Carew, 1st Baronet , of Antony, Cornwall and his second wife Grace Rolle, daughter of Robert Rolle of Heanton Satchville, Devon. He was baptised on 19 July 1624. He entered Inner Temple in 1641 and was called to the bar in 1651. He did not take part in the English Civil War , but his half brother Sir Alexander Carew, 2nd Baronet Alexander was executed for betraying the Roundheads Parliamentary cause. ref name HOP http www.historyofparliamentonline.org volume 1660 1690 member carew thomas i 1624 81 History of Parliament Online Thomas Carew ref In 1659, Carew was elected Member of Parliament for Callington UK Parliament constituency Callington in the Third Protectorate Parliament . He became commissioner for militia in Cornwall and JP for Cornwall in March 1660. He was elected MP for Mitchell UK Parliament constituency Mitchell in April 1660 for the Convention Parliament 1660 Convention Parliament . After the restoration, his brother John Carew regicide John was hanged drawn and quartered as a regicide. Carew threw himself upon the King s favour and was granted properties at Bowhill and Higher Barley. He acquired further property near Exeter through his marriage. He was commissioner for assessment for Devon from August 1660 and became JP for Devon in 1662 ... Exeter in 1679, but was defeated. He stood again for Exeter in 1681 and was elected. ref name HOP Carew died at the age of 57 and was buried at St Thomas near Exeter. Carew married Elizabeth Cupper, daughter ... of whom Thomas Carew died 1705 Thomas sat as MP for Saltash as a Tory from 1701 to 1705. ref name ... Persondata . NAME Carew, Thomas ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 1624 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 25 July 1681 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, Thomas Category 1624 births Category ...   more details



  1. Richard Carew (antiquary)

    Other people2 Richard Carew disambiguation Use British English date August 2011 Use dmy dates date August 2011 Richard Carew 17 July 1555, Antony, Cornwall East Antony , Cornwall, England spaced ndash 6 November 1620 was a Cornwall Cornish translator and antiquary . A county gentleman of Cornwall, the eldest son of Thomas Carew MP for Saltash Thomas Carew , he was educated at Christ Church, Oxford Christ Church , Oxford University Oxford where he was a contemporary of Sir Philip Sidney and William Camden , and then at the Middle Temple . He made a translation of the first five canto s of Torquato Tasso Tasso s Jerusalem Delivered 1594 , which was more correct than that of Edward Fairfax . He also translated Juan Huarte de San Juan Juan de la Huarte s Examen de Ingenios , basing his translation on Camillo Camilli d. 1615 Camillo Camilli s Italian version. This book is the first systematic attempt to relate physiology with psychology, though based on the medicine of Galen. Carew was a member ... of the English Tongue 1605 . Carew served as High Sheriff of Cornwall 1583 and 1586 , and as MP ... Richard Carew, 1st Baronet Richard Carew was created a Baronet in 1641 see Carew Baronets . ref cite web title Richard Carew url http thepeerage.com p20413.htm i204125 publisher thepeerage.com accessdate 1 July 2011 ref ref cite web title Richard CAREW url http www.tudorplace.com.ar Bios RichardCarew.htm ... , by Richard Carew of Antony ed. with an introduction by F. E. Halliday. London Andrew Melrose, 1953 ..., pp.  15 73, four minor works of Carew, and John Norden Norden s maps The Survey of Cornwall 1602 ... id Richard Carew name Richard Carew s start s hon succession box title Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall ... Raleigh s end Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, Richard ALTERNATIVE NAMES ... DEFAULTSORT Carew, Richard Category 1555 births Category 1620 deaths Category People from Antony ... Category Carew family Category Cornish language writers ...   more details



  1. George Carew (admiral)

    Other people2 George Carew disambiguation Infobox military person name Sir George Carew birth date c ... full lowres.jpg 300px caption Battle of the Solent, at which Carew lost his life. br Cowdray ... Carew c. 1504 19 July 1545 was an English soldier, admiral and adventurer during the reign of Henry ... of a controversial and dramatic family, Carew had a wild youth and explored widely, being arrested several times of associating with rebellious vassals of the king. Carew successfully tamed this nature ... s service. The exact date of George Carew s birth is unknown, but it is thought By whom date March 2011 to have occurred between 1497 and 1504, the son of landowner Sir William Carew. Carew was initially raised at Mohun s Ottery near Luppitt in Devon , before George and his brother Peter Carew were ... from adventurous relatives like their uncle Gawen Carew and kinsman Nicholas Carew , the latter of whom was later arrested and executed for treason. Disreputable youth Carew initially applied to train ... and encouraging responsible behaviour in the young man. Carew became interested in politics in the early ... became the High Sheriff of Devon , during which period he was officially knighted. Carew was also ... name ODNB http www.oxforddnb.com view article 38895?docPos 2 Carew, Sir George , Oxford Dictionary of National Biography , J. P. D. Cooper, Retrieved 10 November 2007 ref In 1537, Carew was given his ... up a position as a Justice of the Peace . In 1539 however, Carew s wife died and he again entered ... s previous commander, Carew s kinsman Nicholas Carew had paid with his life for machinations against the King. George Carew was disgusted with poor state of readiness and repair he found the fort ... of Calais Arthur Plantagenet, 1st Viscount Lisle . ref name ODNB Government service Carew took ... Foxe . ref name ODNB Carew was with the deputation which met Anne of Cleves in December 1539 and the following ... to the French, a plot in which Lisle was implicated but Carew apparently was not. In the late autumn ...   more details



  1. John Carew (Irish politician)

    other people John Carew John Carew 5 May 1901 12 July 1968 was an Republic of Ireland Irish Fine Gael politician. He was first elected to D il ireann as a Fine Gael Teachta D la TD for the Limerick East D il ireann constituency Limerick East constituency at the Limerick East by election, 1952 1952 by election caused by the death of Daniel Bourke of Fianna F il . ref name oir db cite web url http oireachtas.ie members hist default.asp?housetype 0&HouseNum 14&MemberID 157&ConstID 131 title Mr. John Carew work Oireachtas Members Database accessdate 6 December 2008 ref He was re elected at the Irish general election, 1954 1954 and Irish general election, 1957 1957 general elections but lost his seat at the Irish general election, 1961 1961 general election . ref cite web url http electionsireland.org candidate.cfm?ID 2513 title John Carew work ElectionsIreland.org accessdate 6 December 2008 ref References reflist Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, John ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 5 May 1901 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 12 July 1968 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, John Category 1901 births Category 1968 deaths Category Fine Gael politicians Category Teachta D la Category Members of the 14th D il Category Members of the 15th D il Category Members of the 16th D il Category People from County Limerick FineGael politician stub ...   more details



  1. Christopher Pole-Carew

    Infobox person name Christopher Gerald Pole Carew image just the filename, without the File or Image ... Newspaper executive education Great Walstead School Christopher Gerald Pole Carew born May 1931 ... Christopher Gerald Pole Carew free company director check. Companies House Information accessdate 30 ... Christopher Gerald Pole Carew, Esq, of New Field House, near Screveton ref was, during his working ... campaign master minded by its managing director, Christopher Pole Carew, to modernise newspaper production ... received a call from Christopher Pole Carew, managing director of the Nottingham Evening Post. ref where ... 30 April 2012 quote Pole Carew was the controversial MD at the Nottingham Evening Post who sacked ... at the new plant. ... At the same time he hired a notorious union basher, Christopher Pole Carew ... Pole Carew, had wanted to recruit non union scabs ref The appointment brought comment in the House ... to a more responsible position in the Tsarist hierarchy. Mr. Pole Carew does not enjoy the confidence ... is an example of the lack of good will on the part of News International . ref Pole Carew was educated ... it The Story of Notorious Union Buster Christopher Pole Carew pages 8 url http books.google.co.uk ... AuthorHouse isbn 978 1452029528 ref Pole Carew s appointment as High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire ... A commons motion deploring the appointment of Mr Christopher Pole Carew ... as High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire was signed by more than 50 Labour MPs... ref Although retired, Pole Carew is currently registered as holding two directorships. ref name directorcheck Pole Carew lives in Axminster , in Devon ... atoz people pole carew christopher title Christopher Pole carew UK address and phone number Electoral ... or Natural Beauty National Trust . Pole Carew is a descendent of William Bonville who built ... Carew family who are descendants of Lord William. ref References Reflist 2 Persondata NAME Pole Carew ... OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Pole Carew, Christopher Category British newspaper ...   more details



  1. William Pole-Carew

    William Henry Pole Carew 30 July 1811 20 January 1888 was a Cornish politician. The son of Reginald Pole Carew Reginald Pole Carew , he was born in Marylebone in 1811. He was educated at Charterhouse School from 1824 to 1828, and then at Oriel College, Oxford , gaining a Bachelor of Arts BA in 1833 and an Master of Arts Oxbridge MA in 1864. He served as Conservative Party UK Conservative Member of Parliament for East Cornwall UK Parliament constituency East Cornwall from 1845 until 1852, and unsuccessfully contested Liskeard UK Parliament constituency Liskeard in 1859. He served as High Sheriff of Cornwall in 1855, and as Recorder judge Recorder of East Looe from 1857 to 1886. He died in 1888 at the Villa Poralto, Cannes . He was married to Frances Anne Buller, daughter of John Buller. They had issue of 3 daughters and 4 sons, the eldest son being Reginald Pole Carew British Army officer Lieutenant General Sir Reginald Pole Carew . ref cite web title William Henry Pole Carew url http thepeerage.com p3867.htm i38666 publisher the peerage.com accessdate 17 October 2011 ref References reflist cite book title Modern English Biography v. 2 first Frederic last Boase publisher Netherton & Worth year 1897 page 1570 url http books.google.com books?id IVmAAAAMAAJ accessdate 2008 10 03 s start s par uk succession box title Member of Parliament for East Cornwall UK Parliament constituency East Cornwall years 1845 1852 with William Rashleigh 1845 1847 with2 Thomas Agar Robartes, 1st Baron Robartes Thomas Agar Robartes 1847 1852 before Edward Eliot, 3rd Earl of St Germans Lord Eliot br William Rashleigh after Thomas Agar Robartes, 1st Baron Robartes Thomas Agar Robartes br Nicholas Kendall s hon succession box before Francis Howell title High Sheriff of Cornwall years 1855 after Sir William ... Persondata . NAME Pole Carew, William Henry ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION British politician ... Pole Carew, William Henry Category 1811 births Category 1888 deaths Category Alumni of Oriel College ...   more details



  1. George Carew (cricketer)

    Other people2 George Carew disambiguation Infobox cricketer biography playername George Carew image caption batting Right hand bat bowling Slow left arm orthodox columns 2 column1 Test cricket Tests matches1 4 runs1 170 bat avg1 28.33 100s 50s1 1 top score1 107 deliveries1 18 wickets1 bowl avg1 fivefor1 tenfor1 best bowling1 catches stumpings1 1 column2 First class cricket First class matches2 39 runs2 2131 bat avg2 34.37 100s 50s2 3 12 top score2 107 deliveries2 1210 wickets2 13 bowl avg2 46.15 fivefor2 tenfor2 best bowling2 2 6 catches stumpings2 17 international true country West Indian testdebutfor testdebutagainst testdebutdate 8 January testdebutyear 1935 lasttestdate 31 December lasttestfor lasttestagainst lasttestyear 1948 source http content aus.cricinfo.com ci content player 51463.html date year George McDonald Carew 4 June 1910 9 December 1974 played four Test cricket Tests for the West Indies cricket team West Indies . He was a right hand batsman from Barbados, where he ran a taxi business. He is best remembered for his century against England in 1947 48 when his first wicket partnership with Andy Ganteaume put on 173 runs. ref http www.cricinfo.com wisdenalmanack content story 236400.html ref References reflist Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, George ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 4 June 1910 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 9 December 1974 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, George Category 1910 births Category 1974 deaths Category Barbados cricketers Category West Indies Test cricketers Barbados cricket bio stub ...   more details



  1. John F. Carew

    Other people John Carew This article was automatically created by User polbot from http bioguide.congress.gov scripts biodisplay.pl?index C000142. The prose may be stilted, and there may be grammatical and Wikification errors. Please improve in any way you see fit. Infobox Congressman name John Francis Carew image name state New York district United States House of Representatives, New York District 18 18th party United States Democratic Party Democratic Party term start March 4, 1919 term end December 28, 1929 preceded George B. Francis succeeded Martin J. Kennedy state2 New York district2 United States House of Representatives, New York District 17 17th term start2 March 4, 1913 term end2 March 3, 1919 preceded2 Henry George, Jr. succeeded2 Herbert Pell birth date birth date 1873 04 16 birth place Brooklyn, New York death date death date and age 1951 04 10 1873 04 16 death place Rockville Centre, New York spouse children religion occupation Lawyer Attorney , Judge residence alma mater Columbia College, Columbia University Columbia College br Columbia Law School John Francis Carew April 16, 1873 April 10, 1951 was a United States House of Representatives U.S. Representative from New York , nephew of Thomas Francis Magner . Born in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York , Carew attended the public schools of Brooklyn and New York City and the New York University College of the City of New ... to the bar in 1897 and thereafter practiced law in New York City. Carew served as a member of the New ... to 1924, and as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention s in 1912 and 1924. Carew was elected ... referee for the court. Carew is best remembered as the judge who presided over the trial for custody of 10 year old Gloria Vanderbilt in 1934. Carew died in Rockville Centre, New York , on April ... Carew, John Francis ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION American politician DATE OF BIRTH April 16, 1873 ..., New York DEFAULTSORT Carew, John Francis Category 1873 births Category 1951 deaths Category Columbia ...   more details



  1. The Vacillations of Poppy Carew

    the funeral tries to awaken Poppy s interest. Major characters Poppy Carew A young woman in her mid twenties. She is insecure and vacillates between her options in life. Bob Carew Poppy s father. A milkman .... Willy Guthrie s aunt and an old friend of Bob Carew. Ros Lawrence Fergus Furnival s worried mother. TV adaption The Vacillations of Poppy Carew was adapted for TV in 1995. Tara FitzGerald was playing the lead as Poppy Carew and Daniel Massey actor Daniel Massey was her father, Bob Carew. Owen ... present in Wesley. There is a certain similarity between Poppy Carew s and Wesley s own childhood. Poppy ... s identity. In The Vacillations of Poppy Carew the cook stable girl, Mary Mowbray, leaves for Spain ... Peacocks . References reflist 2 Mary Wesley DEFAULTSORT Vacillations of Poppy Carew Category ...   more details



  1. Nicholas Throckmorton (alias Carew)

    Sir Nicholas Throckmorton or Carew died February 1644 was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons of England House of Commons in two parliaments between 1601 and 1622. Throckmorton was the son of Nicholas Throckmorton Sir Nicholas Throckmorton of Paulerspury , Northamptonshire and his wife Anne Carew, daughter of Nicholas Carew courtier Sir Nicholas Carew of Beddington, Surrey. His father died when he was still a child and he was left 500 and a half share in the salt monopoly. His mother died in 1587 and left him a jewelry and household goods. Throckmorton was in Italy by 1588 and received education in Padua in 1590. In 1601, he was elected Member of Parliament for Lyme Regis UK Parliament constituency Lyme Regis . He was knighted in June 1603 at Beddington and was a Justice of the Peace J.P for Surrey. He inherited under the will of his uncle Francis Carew of Beddington and changed his name to Carew in May 1611. He was chamberlain of the Exchequer in 1613. In 1621 he was elected MP for Surrey UK Parliament constituency Surrey . ref name HOP http www.historyofparliamentonline.org volume 1558 1603 member throckmorton 1644 History of Parliament Online Throckmorton afterwards Carew , Nicholas ref Throckmorton died in February 1644, and was buried in Beddington church. ref name HOP Throckmorton married firstly by 1599, Mary More, daughter of George More Sir George More of Loseley Park , Surrey and had five sons and three daughters. He married secondly by 1618, Susan Butler, nee Bright, of Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, widow of Henry Butler merchant of London and had a son and daughter. He was the brother of Arthur Throckmorton and of Elizabeth Raleigh Elizabeth who married Walter Raleigh Sir Walter Raleigh . ref name HOP References Reflist start box s par en succession box title Member of Parliament for Lyme Regis UK Parliament constituency Lyme Regis before Sir Richard Tichborne, 2nd Baronet Richard Tichborne before2 Christopher Ellesdon with John ...   more details



  1. John Carew Rolfe

    Refimprove date December 2009 File John Carew Rolfe.png thumb right 185px Rolfe from 1902 Michiganensian John Carew Rolfe, Ph.D. 1859, Newburyport, Massachusetts 1943 was an United States American classical scholar, the son of William James Rolfe William J. Rolfe . He graduated from Harvard University in 1881 and from Cornell University Ph.D. in 1885. He taught at Cornell University Cornell 1882 1885 , at Harvard University Harvard 1889 1890 , at the University of Michigan , and at the University of Pennsylvania . ref name AAA cite web author year 2011 title Finding Aid work American Academy in Rome records, 1855 ca.1981 , bulk dates 1894 1946 publisher Archives of American Art url http www.aaa.si.edu collections american academy rome records 6320 more accessdate 17 Jun 2011 ref He was professor in 1907 1908 at the American School of Classical Studies and at the American Academy in Rome from 1923 1924. He continued to serve at the Academy until 1940. ref name AAA In 1910 1911, he was president of the American Philological Association . He translated many Latin authors, especially historians, for the Loeb Classical Library Ammianus Marcellinus, Cornelius Nepos, Aulus Gellius, Quintus Curtius, Sallust, and Suetonius. References reflist Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Rolfe, John Carew ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION American classical scholar DATE OF BIRTH 1859 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 1943 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Rolfe, John Carew Category American classical scholars Category American book editors Category Cornell University alumni Category Cornell University faculty Category Harvard University alumni Category Harvard University faculty Category University of Michigan faculty Category University of Pennsylvania faculty Category 1859 births Category 1943 deaths Category People from Newburyport, Massachusetts Category Place of death missing Category Archives of American Art related US academic bio stub ...   more details



  1. John Edward Carew

    thousand pounds of this was for loss of time in the attendance on the late Lord Egremont . Carew claimed ... commercial success by moving to Sussex to be near the earl. The defence produced evidence that Carew .... Carew s counsel withdrew the case. ref Report on the Trial , 1840, p.10 ref ref name hmi cite web url ... 2 title Details of Sculptor publisher Henry Moore Institute accessdate 17 July 2011 ref Carew was declared bankrupt in 1842. ref name hmi Petworth still has a superb collection of Carew s work in marble ... of St Mary s, Petworth. In the years following the court case, Carew received several prominent ..., Carew executed a several statues and an elaborate altarpiece. ref name hmi Carew exhibited ... Green Cemetery . Works Other statues by Carew include William Huskisson in Chichester ref name ... of the cause Carew against Burrell, Bt. and another, executors of the late Earl of Egremont ... Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, John Edward ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 1785 PLACE OF BIRTH Tramore DATE OF DEATH 1868 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, John ...   more details



  1. Reginald Pole Carew

    for the British general Reginald Pole Carew British Army officer Reginald Pole Carew 1753 1835 was a British politician. Rt. Hon. Reginald Pole Carew was born 28 July 1753, the son of Reginald Pole and Anne Buller. He lived at Antony House, Cornwall . Career In 1782 he became MP for Penryn UK Parliament constituency Penryn , in 1787 he became MP for Reigate UK Parliament constituency Reigate and in 1790 he became MP for Lostwithiel UK Parliament constituency Lostwithiel . Then in 1796 he became MP for Fowey UK Parliament constituency Fowey . In August 1803, he became Under Secretary of State for the Home Department . In 1812 he became MP for Lostwithiel UK Parliament constituency Lostwithiel . He was a List of Privy Counsellors 1714 1820 Privy Counsellor . Marriages and issue He married Jemima Yorke, the daughter of Hon. John Yorke and Elizabeth Lygon, on 18 November 1784. Their children were ref http thepeerage.com p1127.htm The Peerage.com ref Harriet Carew d. 4 Mar 1877 Caroline Pole Carew He married, secondly, Hon. Caroline Anne Lyttelton, daughter of William Henry Lyttelton, 1st Lord Lyttelton , Baron of Frankley and Caroline Bristow, on 4 May 1808. Their children were Frances Antonia Pole Carew d. 27 Feb 1889 William Pole Carew William Henry Pole Carew b. 30 Jul 1811, d. 20 Jan 1888 He died on 3 January 1835 at age 81. References reflist s start s par gb s bef before Francis Basset, 1st Baron de Dunstanville and Basset Francis Basset br John Rogers 1750 1832 John Rogers s ttl title Member of Parliament for Penryn UK Parliament constituency Penryn with Francis Basset, 1st Baron de Dunstanville and Basset Francis Basset years 1782&ndash 1784 s aft after Francis Basset ... Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Pole Carew, Reginald ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 1753 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 1855 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Pole Carew, Reginald ... Category Pole family Category Carew family Category British MPs 1780 1784 Category British MPs 1784 ...   more details



  1. William Carew Hazlitt

    About William Carew Hazlitt the English bibliographer, editor, and writer other persons named Hazlitt Hazlitt disambiguation William Carew Hazlitt 22 August 1834 8 September 1913 ref Who s Who 1914 , p. xxii ref was an England English bibliographer . The son of barrister and registrar William Hazlitt registrar William Hazlitt and grandson of essayist and critic William Hazlitt , Hazlitt was educated at the Merchant Taylors School, Northwood Merchant Taylors School and was called to the bar of the Inner Temple in 1861. Works Among his many publications were Handbook to the Popular, Poetical and Dramatic Literature of Great Britain, from the Invention of Printing to the Restoration 1867 , supplemented in 1876, 1882, 1887 and 1889, a General Index by J. G. Gray appearing in 1893. He published further contributions to the subject in Bibliographical Collections and Notes on Early English Literature made during the years 1893 1903 1903 , and a Manual for the Collector and Amateur of Old English Plays ... 1892 . He was the chief editor of the 1871 edition of Warton s History of English Poetry , and compiled the Catalogue of the Huth Library 1880 . He also published, Collections and Notes, 1867 1876. London Reeves and Turner, 1876. detailed bibliographical entries on many early English printed books followed by Bibliographical Collections and Notes on Early English Literature, 1474 1700, 2nd series London Quaritch, 1882 3rd series London Quaritch, 1892 4th series London Quaritch, 1903 . ref http www.wsu.edu whamlin important.html Early Modern English Library Catalogues, William M Hamlin, 2006 ref Compendious in scope and idiosyncratic in selection is his Dictionary of Faiths and Folklore ... author id William Carew Hazlitt name William Carew Hazlitt Notes Reflist References 1911 Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Hazlitt, William Carew ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION ... Hazlitt, William Carew Category 1834 births Category 1913 deaths Category English bibliographers Category ...   more details



  1. Seaton Carew railway station

    Infobox GB station name Seaton Carew symbol rail code SEC image name Seaton Carew Station.jpg manager Northern Rail locale Seaton Carew borough Hartlepool borough Hartlepool platforms 2 lowusage0405 pad 1em 14,853 lowusage0506 increase 17,857 lowusage0607 increase 22,251 lowusage0708 increase 27,303 lowusage0809 increase 30,768 lowusage0910 increase 32,550 Seaton Carew railway station serves the village of Seaton Carew , within the borough of Hartlepool and is close to the Ceremonial County of County Durham , England . The train station railway station is located on the Durham Coast Line and is operated by Northern Rail who provide all of the station s passenger services. In 2009 the station underwent maintenance work to re develop the station and its looks. The station has already seen the cutting down of trees to allow more natural light. Services There is an hourly service from the station in each direction with a few peak hour extras , northbound to Sunderland railway station Sunderland and Newcastle railway station Newcastle and southbound to Middlesbrough railway station Middlesbrough . Many northbound trains continue to Hexham railway station Hexham , whilst certain southbound trains run through to Nunthorpe railway station Nunthorpe and some northbound services carry on to Carlisle railway station Carlisle . On Sundays there is a two hourly service in each direction from Middlesbrough to Newcastle, and an additional service from Hartlepool to Darlington runs every two hours. External links stn art lnk SEC TS252AG s rail start noclear yes s rail title National Rail s rail national previous Billingham next Hartlepool toc Northern Rail route Durham Coast Line s rail national previous Stockton next Hartlepool toc Northern Rail route Durham Coast Line s end County Durham railway stations Hartlepool coord 54.658 N 1.200 W type railwaystation region GB display title Category ... stub nl Station Seaton Carew ...   more details



  1. Carew Arthur Meredith

    Carew Arthur Meredith generally C. A. Meredith on publications July 28, 1904 &ndash March 31, 1976 was an influential Ireland Irish List of logicians logician , appointed to Trinity College, Dublin in 1947. His work on condensed detachment inspired by the work of Jan ukasiewicz ukasiewicz was under appreciated in his own time, but is influential in modern research. He also proved the shortest known axiomatic bases for a number of logic systems. His achievements in that area were unsurpassed until automated theorem proving automated theorem prover s in the last few years, which build on his work, proved some shorter ones for some systems and proved his shortest for others. Born July 28, 1904 into a distinguished Dublin family, he was the son of barrister Arthur Francis Carew Meredith K.C., whose opinions were sought by amon de Valera in drafting the constitution of the Irish Republic 1919 22 . Educated in England at Winchester College , he went on to read mathematics at Trinity College, Dublin , in 1922 becoming the first mathematical student to take a double first and B star in two years. Meredith was related to the another mathematician, Thomas Meredith . He was a nephew of Richard Edmund Meredith and a cousin of Monk Gibbon , Judge James Creed Meredith and Ralph Creed Meredith . His old school friend from Winchester College Winchester , William Empson , described him as a small, gnomelike figure with a grin like a Cheshire cat and a pronounced Dublin accent good for reading aloud from James Joyce Joyce . External links http projecteuclid.org Dienst UI 1.0 Summarize euclid.ndjfl 1093888116 In Memoriam Carew Arthur Meredith . http projecteuclid.org Dienst UI 1.0 JourNav?authority euclid.ndjfl&type subscribe Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic Volume 18, no. 4 1977 , 513 ... Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Meredith, Carew ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE ..., Carew Category Irish mathematicians Category Logicians Category 1904 births Category 1976 deaths ...   more details



  1. Carew, West Virginia

    Infobox settlement official name Carew, West Virginia settlement type Unincorporated community nickname motto Images image skyline imagesize image caption image flag image seal Maps image map mapsize map caption image map1 mapsize1 map caption1 pushpin map West Virginia Location coordinates region US WV subdivision type List of countries Country subdivision name United States subdivision type1 Political divisions of the United States State subdivision name1 West Virginia subdivision type2 List of counties in West Virginia County subdivision name2 Summers County, West Virginia Summers Government government footnotes government type leader title leader name leader title1 leader name1 established title established date Area unit pref area footnotes area magnitude area total km2 area land km2 area water km2 area total sq mi area land sq mi area water sq mi Population population as of population footnotes population total population density km2 population density sq mi General information timezone Eastern Time Zone Eastern EST utc offset 5 timezone DST EDT utc offset DST 4 elevation footnotes elevation m elevation ft 2270 latd 37 latm 30 lats 53 latNS N longd 80 longm 53 longs 14 longEW W coordinates display Area postal codes & others postal code type postal code area code Area codes 304 and 681 304 & 681 blank name Geographic Names Information System GNIS feature ID blank info 1554072 ref gnis 1554072 ref blank1 name blank1 info website footnotes Carew is an unincorporated community in Summers County, West Virginia Summers County , West Virginia , United States . Carew is south of Hinton, West Virginia Hinton . References reflist Summers County, West Virginia Category Populated places in Summers County, West Virginia Category Unincorporated communities in West Virginia SummersWV geo stub ...   more details



  1. Seaton Carew Wreck

    The Seaton Carew Wreck is a Protection of Wrecks Act protected wrecksite lying in the intertidal zone at Seaton Carew . ref Green, Gary 2004 , The Seaton Carew Wreck , in http www.english heritage.org.uk upload pdf ACHWS Annual report 2004.pdf Advisory Committee on Historic Wreck Sites Annual Report 2004 pp 12 13 ref Prior to 1996 the wreck had been completely covered by the sand of the beach, but it was exposed in 1996 and 2002 and has been regularly exposed since 2004. The wreck is of a type of vessel known as a collier brig which would have been ubiquitous in the 18th and 19th Centuries and is unusual on the North East coast for the high degree of preservation. Image Seaton carew interpretation board.JPG thumb right The noticeboard explaining the protected wreck at Seaton Carew Discovery On the 4 August 1996, two local people, Derek Hodgson and Joe Howey reported discovering the remains of a wreck on Seaton Carew beach. The wreck had not been seen before, at least in their lifetimes, but a recent storm, some 3 or 4 days before had stripped sand from the beach and exposed the wreck. They contacted Tees Archaeology , ref http www.teesarchaeology.com projects seaton wreck index.html Tees Archaeology Description of finding the wreck ref who began a rapid assessment of the wreck ref http www.teesarchaeology.com projects seaton wreck scw96 initial survey.pdf Tees Archaeology Report of initial survey, 1996 ref with the help of volunteers from the Nautical Archaeology Society . The wreck was lying in the inter tidal zone about half way between the high and low water levels, giving about 6 hours for assessment between tides. It quickly became clear that what the sea had revealed, the sea was again going to conceal, as, with each tide, the sand was gradually returning to cover the wreck. Description The wreck lies with her bows towards the shore. It is approximately 25m long and 7m broad. The frames are oak and fastened with treenail s. It appears to be of a type of vessel ...   more details




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