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  1. Carew Reynell

    Sir Carew Reynell 1563 7 September 1624 was an English courtier, soldier and politician who sat in the House of Commons of England House of Commons at various times between 1593 and 1622. Reynell was the son of Richard Reynell of East Ogwell, Devon, and his wife Agnes Southcote, daughter of John Southcote of Bovey Tracey, Devon. In 1591 he became a gentleman pensioner to Queen Elizabeth and was in enough favour with the Queen yhat she asked the dean and chapter of Exeter to grant him two manors in Devon. In 1593, he was elected Member of Parliament for Callington UK Parliament constituency Callington . He was the queen s printer in Greek and Latin until 1597 when he sailed with the Earl of Essex on the Islands voyage, possibly commanding the Foresight. Later he went with Essex to Ireland, where he led a troop of foot and held the fort of Duncannon, Wexford a place of great importance . ref name HOP http www.historyofparliamentonline.org volume 1558 1603 member reynell carew 1563 1624 History of Parliament Online Reynell, Carew ref He was knighted on 12 July 1599 ref http www.archive.org stream knightsofengland02shawuoft page n105 mode 2up Knights of England ref and was captain of Duncannon castle from 1599 to 1601. When the Earl of Essex was in disgrace, Reynell showed loyalty stating I am particularly bound to my Lord of Essex yet so that I will never betray the trust reposed in me . He was imprisoned briefly in February 1601, but was exonerated from any involvement in the plot by the evidence of Sir Christopher Blount and Sir Charles Danvers. ref name HOP In 1601 Reynell was elected MP for Lancaster UK Parliament constituency Lancaster , He was keeper of mansion house at Dartford, Kent in 1603 and became gentleman usher of the privy chamber to King James I. In 1614 he was elected MP for Wallingford UK Parliament constituency Wallingford . He was elected MP for Cricklade ... after Sir William Howard after2 Neville Poole Sir Neville Poole end box DEFAULTSORT Reynell, Carew Category ...   more details



  1. Carew Tower

    Infobox building building name Carew Tower image Cincinnati carew tower.jpg caption former name location ... & Associates with Delano & Aldrich Infobox nrhp name Carew Tower Netherland Plaza Hotel nrhp type ... ref skyscraperpage 589 ref ref structurae s0021223 ref ref name nris NRISref 2009a ref Carew Tower ... m higher than the Carew Tower. Prior to the Great American Insurance Building, Carew Tower gave Cincinnati ... . It is named for Joseph T. Carew , proprietor of the Mabley & Carew department store chain, which ...?a v&q cache trIA93UHUvEJ www.nps.gov history nhl designations samples oh carew.pdf Carew Tower architect ... example of this concept. To make the site available the Carew Building, an office block belonging to Mabley & Carew , and the Hotel Emery were demolished. Construction began in September 1929, just ... 1960, the Carew Tower was the home of the Mabley & Carew department store. From 1967 to 1980, the Carew ... of its architectural standards, as well as its identity with the city s heritage, Carew Tower ... structure Gallery Gallery File Carew Tower Full.jpg Carew Tower, the second tallest building in Cincinnati, is an example of French Art Deco . File Carew Tower 2.jpg View of Carew Tower from Tower Place atrium File Cincinnati ohio carew tower elevator lobby.jpg The elevator lobby of the Hilton ... Building National Historic Landmarks Program Carew Tower Netherland Plaza Hotel http www.louisvilleartdeco.com architecture Cincy Netherlands Cincy Netherlands.html Carew Tower & adjoining Netherlands Hotel http www.daap.uc.edu library archcinci 8carewtower.html The Carew Tower Netherland Plaza Hotel University of Cincinnati http rackphoto.com pp 2010 11 20 cincinnati from the carew tower 360 degree interactive panorama from the top of the Carew Tower Buildings in Cincinnati timeline Registered ... between 150 and 199 meters Category Hotels in Ohio Category Art Deco architecture in Ohio de Carew Tower pl Carew Tower ksh Carew Tower fi Carew Tower ...   more details



  1. David Carew

    BLP sources date April 2012 Infobox President image name David Omashola Carew nationality Sierra Leonean order Minister of Trade and Industry term start February 26, 2009 term end president Ernest Bai Koroma predecessor Ahmad Tejan Kabbah successor birth place Freetown , Sierra Leone dead ethnicity Sierra Leone Creole people Creole party non spouse children residence Freetown , Sierra Leone website religion Christianity ethnic group David Omashola Carew is a Sierra Leone an economist and politician. He is currently Sierra Leone s Minister of Trade and Industry. He had also served as Sierra Leone Minister of Finance from October 2007 to February 2009. Before becoming Minister of Finance, Carew was the Managing Partner for KPMG Sierra Leone and was responsible for delivering KPMG services to clients in The Gambia and Liberia . Education and career Carew was born in Freetown to Sierra Leone Creole people Creole parents. He is a product of the Sierra Leone Grammar School, one of the best secondary schools in Sierra Leone. Carew graduated from the University of Sierra Leone in 1979 with a Bachelor s degree in Economics . He was sent to KPMG Nigeria the same year and he worked in Nigeria until 1986 when he returned as an Assistant Manager. In Nigeria he qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1982 and was sent to the northern Nigeriean city of Kano . In the north he worked as an Audit ... in the country. In 1989, David Carew was admitted to Partnership Status in KPMG Sierra Leone and again ... was also in charge of Forensic work with the Government of Sierra Leone as a major client. Carew is married to a Sierra Leone Creole people Creole and has two children. Cabinet positions Carew was appointed ... 2009 that he was being moved to the position of Minister of Trade and Industry. David Carew has held ... Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, David ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH Freetown , Sierra Leone DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, David Category Sierra ...   more details



  1. Matthew Carew

    Sir Matthew Carew died 1618 was an English lawyer. Life He was a younger son, the tenth of sixteen children, of Sir Wymond Carew of Antony, Cornwall , treasurer of the first fruits and tenths, by Martha Denny , sister of Sir Anthony Denny . He was educated at Westminster School , under Alexander Nowell . He went to Trinity College, Cambridge , where he was a scholar in 1548. He graduated B.A. in 1551, became a fellow the same year, and remained in residence for ten years. He was ordained as subdeacon in 1558, and had at least a nominal connection with the archdeaconry of Norfolk . ref Venn CRW548M ref Deciding to adopt the law as profession, Carew studied at Leuven , and was there and at other universities on the continent for twelve years. He accompanied Henry FitzAlan, 19th Earl of Arundel into Italy as interpreter, and returned with him to England. Carew then entered on practice in the court of arches , and ultimately became Court of Chancery master in chancery , a position which he held for many years, being knighted on 23 July 1603, before the coronation of James I of England James I . His wife was Alice, eldest daughter of Sir John Rivers, knight, lord mayor of London, and widow of one Ingpenny by her Carew had numerous children. The end of his life was troubled. There was a rumour in January 1613 that he would be cheated of eight or nine thousand pounds through the fraud of a person in whom he had placed confidence, and a little later his eldest son was engaged in a quarrel with one Captain Osborne, who was then killed. Thomas Carew was another son, and Carew managed to find him a place with Sir Dudley Carleton . ref Dictionary of National Biography , article on Carew ... of the parish. Notes Reflist References DNB wstitle Carew, Matthew Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, Matthew ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 1618 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, Matthew Category Year of birth missing Category ...   more details



  1. Wayne Carew

    Wayne Carew is a businessman and former Canada Canadian politician in the province of Prince Edward Island . A resident of Summerside, Prince Edward Island Summerside , Carew was elected by acclamation as leader of the Liberal Party of Prince Edward Island , then the Official Opposition in the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island , in 1999 following the resignation of Keith Milligan . Carew ran for a seat in the legislature in the Prince Edward Island general election, 2000 2000 general election but was not successful, giving him the distinction of being the only leader of the Official Opposition and the Liberal Party to not win a seat. ref name CBC cite news last Cormier first Mitch title The 4x8 is the message url http www.cbc.ca peivotes2003 features feature10.html accessdate 17 December 2010 newspaper Canadian Broadcasting Corporation CBC Online News date 26 September 2003 ref Carew resigned from leadership of the party following the 2000 election and was replaced by Ron MacKinley on an interim basis. References Reflist s start succession box title Prince Edward Island Liberal Party PEI Liberal Leader before Keith Milligan after Ron MacKinley interim years 1999&ndash 2000 s end Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, Wayne ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION Canadian politician DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, Wayne Category Year of birth missing living people Category Living people Category People from Summerside, Prince Edward Island Category Prince Edward Island Liberal Party politicians Category Prince Edward Island Liberal Party leaders ...   more details



  1. Francis Carew

    Sir Francis Carew 1602 1649 was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons of England House of Commons between 1624 and 1626. Carew was the son of Nicholas Throckmorton alias Carew Sir Nicholas Throckmorton of Bedington, Surrey who changed his name to Carew in 1611. He matriculated at University College, Oxford on 30 April 1619, aged 16 and was awarded BA on 27 November 1621. He was admitted to the Inner Temple in 1620. In 1624, he was elected Member of Parliament for Haslemere UK Parliament constituency Haslemere . He was re elected MP for Haslemere in 1625 and 1626 . He was made Knight of the Bath on 2 February 1626. In 1628, he was elected MP for Guildford UK Parliament constituency Guildford but the election was declared void. He was elected MP for Bletchingley UK Parliament constituency Bletchingley in 1640 but the election was declared void. ref name Alumni http www.british history.ac.uk report.aspx?compid 117050 Alumni Oxonienses, 1500 1714 Cabell Chafe , Alumni Oxonienses 1500 1714 Abannan Kyte 1891 , pp. 228 254. Date accessed 15 March 2012 ref Carew died at the age of about 46 and was buried on 9 April, 1649. ref name Alumni References Reflist start box s par en succession box title Member of Parliament for Haslemere UK Parliament constituency Haslemere before Thomas Grimes Sir Thomas Grimes before2 William Browne MP for Haslemere Sir William Browne with Sir Poynings More, 1st Baronet Poynings More years 1624 1626 after George Grimes after2 Thomas Canon Sir Thomas Canon end box DEFAULTSORT Carew, Francis Category 1602 births Category 1649 deaths Category Members of the Parliament of England pre 1707 ...   more details



  1. Joey Carew

    Infobox cricketer playername Joey Carew image country West Indies fullname Michael Conrad Carew living dayofbirth 15 monthofbirth 9 yearofbirth 1937 placeofbirth Port of Spain countryofbirth Trinidad dayofdeath 8 monthofdeath 1 yearofdeath 2011 placeofdeath Port of Spain countryofdeath Trinidad nickname heightft heightinch heightm batting Left handed bowling Right arm off break br Right arm medium pace role family international true testdebutdate 6 June testdebutyear 1963 testdebutagainst England testcap lasttestdate 23 March lasttestyear 1972 lasttestagainst New Zealand club1 Trinidad and Tobago national cricket team Trinidad and Tobago year1 1955&ndash 1973 columns 3 column1 Test cricket Tests matches1 19 runs1 1,127 bat avg1 34.15 100s 50s1 1 5 top score1 109 deliveries1 1,174 wickets1 8 bowl avg1 54.62 fivefor1 0 tenfor1 0 best bowling1 1 11 catches stumpings1 13 &ndash column2 First class cricket FC matches2 129 runs2 7,810 bat avg2 38.47 100s 50s2 13 43 top score2 182 deliveries2 8,135 wickets2 108 bowl avg2 29.75 fivefor2 5 tenfor2 0 best bowling2 5 28 catches stumpings2 83 &ndash ... Michael Conrad Joey Carew 15 September 1937 spaced ndash 8 January 2011 ref http www.windiescricket.com content wicb pays tribute joey carew E2 80 93 E2 80 9C true stalwart wi cricket E2 80 9D WICB pays tribute to Joey Carew a true stalwart of WI cricket ref was a West Indian cricket team ... at Queen s Park Oval . Carew captained Trinidad and Tobago cricket team Trinidad and Tobago and was the first man to take the side to back to back Shell Shield titles. Carew went on to serve as a selector .... Death Joey Carew died on 8 January 2011, aged 73, from arteriosclerosis . References Reflist Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, Joey ALTERNATIVE NAMES Carew, Michael Conrad ... DEFAULTSORT Carew, Joey Category 1937 births Category 2011 deaths Category Deaths from cardiovascular ... Category North Trinidad cricketers Trinidad sport bio stub WestIndies cricketbio stub fr Joey Carew ...   more details



  1. Robert Carew

    other uses Infobox AFL player name Robert Carew birth date 1899 birth place originalteam East Melbourne CBC Middle Park CYMS Taxation heightweight 173cm 72.5kg death date 1969 death place debutdate 1919 debutteam Richmond Football Club Richmond debutopponent debutstadium playingteams Richmond Football Club Richmond 1919 1922 45 games, 6 goals statsend 2006 careerhighlights BR Richmond Football Club Richmond Premiership Player 1920, 1921 Interstate Games 1 Robert Carew was an Australian rules football er who played in the VFL AFL VFL between 1919 and 1922 for the Richmond Football Club . References Hogan P The Tigers Of Old , Richmond FC, Melbourne 1996 1920 21 Richmond Tigers dual premiership players Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, Robert ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION Australian rules footballer DATE OF BIRTH 1899 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 1969 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, Robert Category Richmond Football Club players Category Australian rules footballers from Victoria Category 1899 births Category 1969 deaths AFL bio 1890s stub ...   more details



  1. John Carew

    other people Infobox football biography playername John Carew image File Carew.jpg fullname John Alieu Carew height height m 1.96 ref cite web url http www.premierleague.com page PlayerProfile 0,,12306 ... Carew born 5 September 1979 in L renskog , Akershus , is a Norway Norwegian professional association ... NewsDetail 0,,10265 2368005,00.html title Farewell to Reo Coker and Carew as released list announced ... John Alieu Carew began his career with his local club L renskog IF L renskog , a minor club within ... million transfer, where Carew managed to win the La Liga title twice. Carew was part of the Valencia ... final. In the 2002 03 Champions League campaign, Carew was once again responsible for the exit ... Arsenal to progress to the quarter finals, Carew scored twice in a 2 1 victory. He then spent the 2003 ... to Turkey with Be ikta J.K. Be ikta in 2004. ref Cite news title Carew joins Besiktas url .... ref Cite news title Lyon sign Carew url http news.bbc.co.uk sport1 hi football africa 4626739.stm publisher BBC Sport date 2005 06 27 accessdate 2008 04 13 ref While Carew was playing in Europe ... teams f fulham 1742774.stm title Carew deal collapses publisher BBC Sport accessdate 24 January ... by Valencia. ref cite news url http news.bbc.co.uk sport1 hi football 2178398.stm title Baggies Carew ... 07 season On 22 January 2007, Carew signed for Aston Villa F.C. Aston Villa in an exchange deal with Olympique ... teams a aston villa 6280575.stm publisher BBC Sport accessdate 2007 01 22 title Villa secure carew in Baros swap date 22 January 2007 ref Carew penned a three and a half year deal at the Birmingham based club. Carew went on to receive the 10 jersey left vacant by Baro departure. Carew made his debut ... praised Carew s performance after the match. ref cite news url http news.bbc.co.uk sport1 hi football teams a aston villa 6330995.stm title O Neill delighted with hero Carew publisher BBC Sport accessdate 21 January 2011 date 5 February 2007 ref 2007 08 season Carew began the season as Villa s primary ...   more details



  1. Ashley Carew

    Infobox football biography playername Ashley Carew image fullname Ashley Wayne Carew dateofbirth birth date and age df yes 1985 12 17 cityofbirth Lambeth countryofbirth England height height ft 6 position Midfielder currentclub Cambridge United F.C. Cambridge United clubnumber youthyears1 youthclubs1 years1 2003 2004 years2 2004 2005 years3 2005 years4 2005 2006 years5 2006 years6 2006 2007 years7 2007 years8 2007 2009 years9 2009 years10 2009 years11 2009 2010 years12 2010 2011 years13 2011 clubs1 Gillingham F.C. Gillingham clubs2 Welling United F.C. Welling United clubs3 Worthing F.C. Worthing loan clubs4 Bromley F.C. Bromley clubs5 Sutton United F.C. Sutton United clubs6 Beckenham Town F.C. ... Ashley Wayne Carew born 17 December 1985 in London is an England English born Barbados Barbadian ... , Carew began his career with Gillingham F.C. Gillingham , but was released in 2004. He spent ... place. In January 2009 joined Eastleigh F.C. Eastleigh on loan, ref name Spitfires borrow Carew cite ... Carew accessdate 2009 01 22 date 2009 01 22 publisher NonLeagueDaily.com ref before being recalled ... South side Ebbsfleet United F.C. Ebbsfleet United . ref name Ebbsfleet United sign Ashley Carew, Tyrone ... august 11 fleet players.aspx title Ebbsfleet United sign Ashley Carew, Tyrone Sealey and Craig Stone ... Jez George s eighth signing of the close season. ref name Carew s a U cite news url http www.cambridge united.co.uk page NewsDetail 0,,10423 2385023,00.html title Carew s a U accessdate 2011 07 02 date ... soccerbase 38063 Ashley Carew http www.barnetfc.com page ProfilesDetail 0,,10431 29985,00.html Profile at Barnetfc.com http www.transfermarkt.de en spieler 59721 carew default 2008 leistungsdaten.html ... Carew, Ashley ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION English footballer DATE OF BIRTH 17 December 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH London , England DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, Ashley Category ... F.C. players Category Beckenham Town F.C. players sv Ashley Carew ...   more details



  1. Seaton Carew

    infobox UK place country England official name Seaton Carew latitude 54.662774 longitude 1.188819 population ... NZ52323006 static image File Seaton Carew geograph.org.uk 215243.jpg 240px static image caption small The sea front small london distance Seaton Carew IPA en k ru pron is a small seaside resort ... entries for Seaton Carew work Vision of Britain accessdate 2009 09 24 date 2009 url http www.visionofbritain.org.uk ... first John Marius title Imperial Gazetteer Entry for Seaton Carew work Vision of Britain accessdate ...&word NULL ref ref name UKG SCD Cite web title Seaton Carew, Durham work UK Genealogy Archives accessdate ... first R title Seaton Carew work NTL World accessdate 2008 11 16 url http homepage.ntlworld.com r.hornsey1 ... can be seen today. ref name VoB GESC ref name VoB IG ref name UKG SCD File The Green, Seaton Carew geograph.org.uk 775081.jpg thumb left 240px Houses around The Green Seaton Carew was a fishing ... Hartlepool.htm SEATON 20CAREW ref effectively founding Seaton Carew ... McCuaig founded the Durham and Yorkshire Golf Club in Seaton Carew with a 14 hole course on coastal land to the south east of Seaton Carew&mdash later the club changed its name to Seaton Carew Golf ... golf course designer Dr. Alister MacKenzie . ref name NE DR In 1882 Seaton Carew was incorporated ... information.asp?struct id 942 ref Seaton Carew lighthouse entry point for Seaton Carew Lighthouse ... navigation light towers on the coast at Seaton Carew. The Low Light was on what is now Coronation ... Estate in Hartlepool north of Tees Bay Retail Park. ref name LC SCL Cite web title Seaton Carew ... Carew work Vision of Britain accessdate 2009 09 21 url http www.visionofbritain.org.uk descriptions ... cms uploads SeatonLights.pdf ref These were not the first lighthouses in Seaton Carew ... way for a Seaton Carew to Hartlepool coastal road perhaps prompting local artist Thomas Grainger ... together again Can anyone put Paul in.3731469.jp Cite web title Seaton Carew Lighthouse ...   more details



  1. Patrick Carew

    Use dmy dates date April 2011 Infobox rugby biography name Patrick Carew image birth name Patrick James S. Carew ref name scrum birth date birth date 1876 9 10 df y ref name scrum birth place Pine Mountain , Queensland , Australia ref name scrum death date birth date and age 1942 3 31 1876 9 10 df y height weight nickname Paddy ref name scrum occupation school university spouse children relatives ru currentposition ru currentteam ru position lock rugby union lock ref name scrum Prop ru amateuryears ru amateurclubs ru clubyears ru proclubs ru clubcaps ru clubpoints ru provinceyears ru province Queensland Reds Queensland ru provincecaps ru provincepoints ru nationalyears 1899 ref name scrum ru nationalteam Australian national rugby union team Australia ru nationalcaps 4 ref name scrum ru nationalpoints 0 ref name scrum website Patrick James S. Paddy Carew 10 September 1875 31 March 1942 was an Australia n rugby union national and state representative and a first class cricket er. Carew, a prop, was born in Pine Mountain, Queensland and claimed a total of four international rugby caps for Australia. All of those caps came in friendlies against Great Britain in 1899. ref name scrum cite web url http www.scrum.com australia rugby player 1347.html title Paddy Carew publisher Scrum.com ref His debut game was against Great Britain, at Sydney, on 24 June 1899, the inaugural rugby Test match ... title First Class Matches played by Patrick Carew publisher CricketArchive ref His brother James also represented Queensland at cricket. File 1899 Australian Team.jpg 400px left thumb Carew back row right ... Carew appears back row 2nd from left, ref name QldrQLDPhoto cite news title The BattleStained Queensland ... australia content player 4720.html Cricinfo Patrick Carew Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata NAME Carew, Patrick ALTERNATIVE NAMES Carew, Patrick James S. Carew, Paddy SHORT DESCRIPTION ... DATE OF DEATH 31 March 1942 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, Patrick Category 1875 births Category ...   more details



  1. Kate Carew

    Mary Williams June 27, 1869 February 11, 1961 , who wrote pseudonym ously as Kate Carew , was a caricaturist self styled as The Only Woman Caricaturist . She worked at the New York World from 1890 to 1901, providing illustrated celebrity interviews. Williams was born in Oakland, California Oakland , California , and attended the San Francisco School of Art and Design. She worked as a staff artist for the San Francisco Examiner in the 1890s, under the sponsorship of Ambrose Bierce . She moved to New York City , when she fell in love with Harry Kellett Chambers, an Australia n journalist and playwright . There she worked for several New York dailies Joseph Pulitzer hired her to work for his New York World newspaper doing illustrated celebrity interviews. She was sent to London and Paris , where she interviewed Picasso and Rostand, John Galsworthy , George Moore , Bret Harte who happened to be in England at the time , and many others. She wrote about 500 pieces for New York City newspapers and later for the London Tatler , The Patrician and Eve . Williams settled in England circa 1912, when her husband left her for Maria Cristina Mena, a young Mexican writer. Her career as a caricaturist ended circa 1920 when she developed what may have been carpal tunnel syndrome , and could no longer do fine work. She by then had married her third husband, and lived in Europe, painting, until World War I , when she moved back to California. She died in Monterey, California , and is buried in Oakland. References http www.twainquotes.com interviews confessions.html A page dedicated to Kate Carew with sample interviews Maurice Horn Horn, Maurice . Women in the Comics Chelsea House New York, London ... History Aviations 20Attic carew interview.htm Kate Carew interviews the Wright Brothers Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, Kate ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION Cartoonist ..., 1961 PLACE OF DEATH Monterey, Monterey, California DEFAULTSORT Carew, Kate Category American caricaturists ...   more details



  1. Carew Raleigh

    . NAME Raleigh, Carew ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION English politician DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Raleigh, Carew Category Members of the Parliament of England ...   more details



  1. Anthony Carew

    Infobox GAA player code Hurling sport Hurling image name Anthony Carew irish Ant in Carr n feet inches occupation Commission agent county Tipperary province Munster club Thurles Sarsfields GAA Thurles Sarsfield s br Clonoulty Rossmore GAA Clonoulty Rossmore clyears clapps points clcounty 3 clprovince clallireland counties Tipperary GAA Tipperary icposition icyears 1908 1912 icapps points icprovince 2 icallireland 1 nhl allstars clupdate icupdate 18 55, 1 May 2012 birth date 1889 birth place Thurles , County Tipperary , United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Ireland death date death place Anthony Carew born 1889 was an Irish people Irish hurling hurler who played for the Tipperary GAA Tipperary senior team. Carew joined the team during the All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship 1908 1908 championship and was a regular member of the starting fifteen until his retirement after the All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship 1912 1912 championship . During that time he won one All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship All Ireland medal and two Munster Senior Hurling Championship Munster medal. ref cite news url http www.hoganstand.com tipperary Profile.aspx title Tipperary GAA profile date publisher Hogan Stand website accessdate 1 May 2012 ref ref cite news url http munster.gaa.ie history sh teams title Senior Hurling date publisher Munster GAA website accessdate 1 May 2012 ref At club level Gleeson enjoyed a lengthy career with Thurles Sarsfields GAA Thurles Sarsfield s and Clonoulty Rossmore GAA Clonoulty Rossmore . References reflist Tipperary Hurling Team 1908 Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, Anthony ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION Irish hurler DATE OF BIRTH 1889 PLACE OF BIRTH Thurles DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, Anthony Category 1889 births Category Clonoulty Rossmore hurlers Category Thurles Sarsfields hurlers Category Tipperary hurlers Category Winners of one All Ireland medal hurling Category People from County Tipperary ...   more details



  1. Robert Carew, 2nd Baron Carew

    Unreferenced date April 2008 Sir Robert Shapland Carew, 2nd Baron Carew Order of St. Patrick KP 28 January 1818 &ndash 9 September 1881 was an Irish Member of Parliament in the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1840 to 1847, and a member of the Irish and United Kingdom peerages. He was born in Dublin , the son of Robert Shapland Carew, 1st Baron Carew and his wife Jane Catherine Cliffe. He was educated at his father s alma mater Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford Christ Church , Oxford University . He married Emily Anne Philips, daughter of Sir George Richard Philips, 2nd Baronet in 1844. They had two sons Robert Shapland George Julian Carew, 3rd Baron Carew 1860 1923 George Patrick John Carew, 4th Baron Carew 1863 1926 He was Liberal Party UK Liberal Party Member of Parliament for County Waterford UK Parliament constituency Waterford County between 1840 and 1847. On his father s death he became the 2nd Baron Carew , in both the Peerage of Ireland and the Peerage of the United Kingdom and also succeeded him as Lord Lieutenant of County Wexford , a position he held until 1881. In 1872 he was made a knight of the Order of St. Patrick . References Kidd, Charles & Williamson, David eds. 1990 Debrett s Peerage and Baronetage 1990 edition . New York St Martin s Press Rayment date February 2012 S start s par uk succession box before William Villiers Stuart br John Power Irish MP ... Keating s hon succession box before Robert Carew, 1st Baron Carew The Lord Carew title Lord Lieutenant ... Carew, 1st Baron Carew Robert Carew title Baron Carew years 1856 1881 after Robert Carew, 3rd Baron Carew Robert Carew s reg ie succession box before Robert Carew, 1st Baron Carew Robert Carew title Baron Carew years 1856 1881 after Robert Carew, 3rd Baron Carew Robert Carew S end Use dmy dates date January 2012 Persondata name Carew, Robert Carew, 2nd Baron alternative names short description date ... Carew, Robert Carew, 2nd Baron Category 1818 births Category 1881 deaths Category Old Etonians Category ...   more details



  1. James Carew

    Infobox person bgcolour name James Carew image James Carew.jpg imagesize caption birthname birth date 5 February 1876 birth place Goshen, Indiana , United States death date April 1938 death place London , England othername yearsactive 1897 1938 homepage academyawards emmyawards tonyawards James Carew 1876 &ndash 1938 was an American actor who appeared in many films, mainly in Great Britain Britain . He was born in Goshen, Indiana in 1876 and began work as a clerk in a publishing firm. He began acting on stage in 1897 in Damon and Pythias in Chicago . In 1905, he moved to England , where he continued his stage career starting with the Lyric Theatre, London , ref http www.cyranos.ch spcare e.htm James Carew . Cyranos silent film site, accessed April 29, 2010 ref later working in two plays with Shakespearean actress Ellen Terry , then one of the most famous British actresses. In 1907, he married Terry, who was thirty years older than Carew, divorcing in 1910. He made his screen debut by 1917, when he appeared in the film Profit and the Loss . He continued to take leading roles in films until his death in 1938. ref http ftvdb.bfi.org.uk sift individual 17676 ref Selected filmography Justice 1917 film Justice 1917 Profit and the Loss 1917 The Kinsman 1919 The Forest on the Hill 1919 Helen of Four Gates 1920 The Narrow Valley 1921 Tansy film Tansy 1921 Mr. Justice Raffles film Mr. Justice Raffles 1921 Mist in the Valley 1923 Comin Thro the Rye 1923 film Comin Thro the Rye 1923 The House of Marney 1926 The King s Highway 1927 A Woman Redeemed 1927 One of the Best film One of the Best 1927 A Window in Piccadilly 1928 High Seas film High Seas 1929 City of Play 1929 To Oblige a Lady 1931 Guilt 1931 film Guilt 1931 Mischief film Mischief 1931 Brother Alfred 1932 You Made Me Love You ... Persondata Persondata NAME Carew, James ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 5 ... London , England DEFAULTSORT Carew, James Category 1876 births Category 1938 deaths Category American ...   more details



  1. William Conolly-Carew, 6th Baron Carew

    William Francis Conolly Carew, 6th Baron Carew Commander of the Order of the British Empire CBE Venerable Order of Saint John C.St.J April 23, 1905 June 27, 1994 was Aide de Camp to the Governor of Bermuda , Sir Thomas Astley Cubbitt between 1931 and 1936. Born William Francis Carew, he assumed the additional surname of Conolly by deed poll in 1938. He was the son of Gerald Shapland Carew, 5th Baron Carew and Catherine Conolly, daughter of Thomas Conolly 1823 1876 Thomas Conolly , MP, of Castletown, Celbridge, Co.Kildare. Upon the death of his father in 1927 he inherited the title of Baron Carew in the Peerage of the United Kingdom cr. 1838 and also in the Peerage of Ireland cr.1884 . Lord Carew was educated at Wellington College, Berkshire Wellington College and Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Sandhurst . He was gazetted into the Duke of Cornwall s Light Infantry in 1925, and served during the Second World War as a Captain British Army and Royal Marines captain , reaching the Brevet military brevet rank of major . He was made Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1966, and was a Companion ... Thomas Conolly Carew, 7th Baron Carew born 1938 Diana Sylvia, born 1940 Gerald Maitland Carew born 1941 Sarah Catherine, born 1944 References Who s Who , London Black, 1945, p.  439. Kidd, Charles ... Rayment date February 2012 s start s reg uk succession box before Gerald Shapland Carew, 5th Baron Carew Gerald Carew title Baron Carew years 1927 1994 after Patrick Thomas Conolly Carew, 7th Baron Carew Patrick Conolly Carew s reg ie succession box before Gerald Shapland Carew, 5th Baron Carew Gerald Carew title Baron Carew years 1927 1994 after Patrick Thomas Conolly Carew, 7th Baron Carew Patrick Conolly Carew s end Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Conolly carew, William, 6th Baron Carew ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH April 23, 1905 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH June 27, 1994 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Conolly carew, William, 6th Baron Carew Category ...   more details



  1. Robert Carew, 3rd Baron Carew

    Robert Shapland George Julian Carew, 3rd Baron Carew Order of St Patrick KP Deputy Lieutenant DL 15 June 1860 29 April 1923 was an Anglo Irish nobleman. He was born in Dublin , the elder son of Robert Shapland Carew, 2nd Baron Carew and his wife Emily Anne Philips, daughter of Sir George Richard Philips, 2nd Baronet . He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge . ref Venn id CRW879RS name Carew, the Hon. Robert Shapland George Julian ref He was Deputy Lieutenant of County Wexford . Family File Lady Julia Carew by W. & D. Downey.jpg thumb Lady Julia Carew by W. & D. Downey He married Julia Mary Lethbridge, daughter of Albert Arthur Erin Lethbridge and Jane Hill in June 27, 1888 at St. George s, Hanover Square, London. Julia was born in Hamilton, Ontario on October 9, 1863. She spent several years as a child in Persia, where her great uncle was British Minister. She was educated in England. A miniature of Julia, by C. Turrell, was exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1900. A portrait and sketch of her in appeared in Men and Women of the Day London 1889 . ref Morgan, Henry James ... the baronies passed to his younger brother George Patrick John Carew, 4th Baron Carew . References Reflist Kidd, Charles & Williamson, David eds. 1990 Debrett s Peerage and Baronetage 1990 edition . New York St Martin s Press Rayment date February 2012 S start s reg uk succession box before Robert Carew, 2nd Baron Carew Robert Carew title Baron Carew years 1881 1923 after George Carew, 4th Baron Carew George Carew s reg ie succession box before Robert Carew, 2nd Baron Carew Robert Carew title Baron Carew years 1881 1923 after George Carew, 4th Baron Carew George Carew S end Use dmy dates date January 2012 Persondata name Carew, Robert Carew, 3rd Baron alternative names short description date of birth 15 June 1860 place of birth date of death 29 April 1923 place of death DEFAULTSORT Carew, Robert Carew, 3rd Baron Category 1860 births Category 1923 deaths Category Old Etonians Category Alumni ...   more details



  1. John Carew (disambiguation)

    John Carew may refer to John Carew born 1979 , Norwegian footballer who plays for West Ham F.C. of the Football League Championship John Carew Canadian politician born 1862 , lumber merchant and politician in Ontario, Canada John Carew Irish politician 1901 1968 , Irish Fine Gael politician John Carew regicide 1622 1660 , One of the regicides of King Charles I John F. Carew 1873 1951 , U.S. Representative from New York See also John Carew Eccles , Australian neurophysiologist John Carew Rolfe , American classical scholar Carew Baronets Carew disambiguation Carew surname hndis name Carew, John ...   more details



  1. Robert Carew, 1st Baron Carew

    Robert Shapland Carew, 1st Baron Carew Order of St. Patrick KP 9 March 1787 2 June 1856 was an Ireland Irish British Whig Party Whig Party politician and landowner. He was born in Dublin , the son of Robert Shapland Carew , also an MP and landowner, and his wife Anne n e Pigott . He was educated at Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford Christ Church Oxford University Oxford . Carew sat as Member of Parliament for Wexford County UK Parliament constituency County Wexford between 1812 and 1830 and 1831 and 1834 and also served as Lord Lieutenant of County Wexford from 1831 until his death. In 1834 he was raised to the Peerage of Ireland as Baron Carew , of the County of Wexford, and in 1838 he was created Baron Carew , of Castle Boro in the County of Wexford, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom . He was further honoured in 1851 when he was invested a Knight of the Order of St Patrick . Lord Carew married Jane Catherine, daughter of Major Anthony Cliffe and Frances Deane, on 16 November 1816. They had three sons and a daughter Hon. Anne Dorothea Carew 1821 1909 , married John Davies Gilbert . Hon. Ellen Jane Carew 1823 1902 , married Charles Glynn Prideaux Brune. Sir Robert Shapland Carew, 2nd Baron Carew 1818 1881 . Hon. Shapland Francis Carew 1827 1892 . Lord Carew died in June 1856, aged 69, and was succeeded in his titles by his eldest son Robert. Lady Carew died in November 1901, aged 102. References Kidd, Charles & Williamson, David eds. 1990 Debrett s Peerage and Baronetage ... Carew, 2nd Baron Carew The Lord Carew s reg uk s new creation s ttl title Baron Carew years 1838&ndash 1856 s aft after Robert Carew, 2nd Baron Carew Robert Shapland Carew s reg ie s new creation s ttl title Baron Carew years 1834&ndash 1856 s aft after Robert Carew, 2nd Baron Carew Robert Shapland Carew S end Use dmy dates date January 2012 Persondata name Carew, Robert Carew, 1st Baron alternative ... of death DEFAULTSORT Carew, Robert Carew, 1st Baron Category 1787 births Category 1856 deaths Category ...   more details



  1. Thomas Carew (disambiguation)

    Thomas Carew was a poet. Thomas Carew may also refer to Thomas Carew died 1681 Thomas Carew MP for Saltash Thomas A. Carew Tom Carew See also Carew disambiguation Carew surname hndis Carew, Thomas ...   more details



  1. Robert Carew (disambiguation)

    Robert Carew 1899 1969 was an Australian rules footballer . Robert Carew may also refer to Robert Carew, 1st Baron Carew 1787 1856 , Irish politician Robert Carew, 2nd Baron Carew 1818 1881 , Irish politician Robert Carew, 3rd Baron Carew 1860 1923 , Irish peer hndis Carew, Robert ...   more details



  1. John Carew (regicide)

    Use British English date August 2011 Use dmy dates date August 2011 John Carew 1622 1660 , from Antony, Cornwall Antony , Cornwall, was one of the regicide s of King Charles I of England Charles I . Not to be confused with John Carew, a former Premier League striker of some quality who was said to score one or two John Carew, Carew each game Elected MP for Tregoney UK Parliament constituency Tregony in 1647, ref cite web url http www.british civil wars.co.uk biog carew.htm title John Carew, Regicide, 1622 60 last Plant first David publisher British Civil Wars and Commonwealth website accessdate 2 December 2009 ref he was a prominent member of the Fifth Monarchy Men who saw the overthrow of Charles I as a divine sign of the second coming Christianity second coming of Jesus and the establishment of the Millennialism millennium a thousand years of Christ s rule on earth. Like many of the other 59 men who signed the death warrant for Charles I he was in grave danger when Charles II of England was restored to the throne. Some of the 59 fled England but Carew was arrested, put on trial, and found guilty. He was Hanging, drawing, and quartering hanged, drawn and quartered around 13 October 1660. See also Sir Alexander Carew, 2nd Baronet , his brother. List of regicides of Charles I References reflist 30em Further reading David Plant, http www.british civil wars.co.uk biog carew.htm John Carew, Regicide, 1622 60 , the British Civil Wars and Commonwealth website Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Carew, John ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION English politician DATE OF BIRTH 1622 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 1660 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Carew, John Category 1622 births Category 1660 deaths Category Fifth Monarchists Category Regicides of Charles I Category People executed by hanging, drawing and quartering Category Executed English people Category People executed for treason against England Category People executed under the Stuarts Category People from Antony ...   more details



  1. Gerald Maitland-Carew

    Gerald Edward Ian Maitland Carew born 28 December 1941 is Lord Lieutenant of Roxburgh, Ettrick and Lauderdale in Scotland from March 2007 , prior to which he was Deputy Lieutenant, from 1989. He is the second son of William Conolly Carew, 6th Baron Carew by his spouse Sylvia Gwendoline, daughter of Ian Maitland, 15th Earl of Lauderdale . As the Maitland s male entail had been broken, he inherited Thirlestane Castle through his mother, in 1971, when he also assumed the new surname of Maitland Carew by Deed Poll . He is now trustee of both the Thirlestane Castle and Mellerstain House Charitable Trust s. Educated at Harrow School , he served in the 15th 19th The King s Royal Hussars , reaching the rank of Captain British Army and Royal Marines Captain . He is today a member of the Territorial Army United Kingdom Territorial Army Committee, and is a Brigadier of the Royal Company of Archers . Maitland Carew was chairman of the Lauderdale and Gala Water Branch of the The Royal British Legion Royal British Legion Scotland between 1974 and 2004, of Musselburgh Racecourse between 1988 and 1998 as well as of the Gurkha Welfare Trust in Scotland between 1996 to 2003. For the International League for Protection of Horses , he was first chairman from 1999 to 2006, and is for a short time its vice president. Since 1982, Maitland Carew is chairman and also host of the Scottish Horse Trials Championships at Thirlestane Castle , and since 1989 has been a member of the Jockey Club . He is married with two sons and a daughter. An episode of the PBS series The Story of English devotes a segment to the Maitland family s linguistic heritage. References Mosley, Charles, editor, Burke s Peerage and Baronetage , 106th edition, 1999, Crans, Switzerland, vol. 1, p.496. ISBN 2 940085 02 1 cite web ... Carew, Gerald ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 28 December 1941 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Maitland Carew, Gerald Category Living people Category 1941 ...   more details




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