Biographies & Memoirs / Biography / Alice Owen. The life, marriages and times of a Tudor lady by Clive Rose Clive Rose Phillimore 2006 first edition: red cloth hardcover with gilt lettering to spine: dust jacket approximately 7 x 1 inches  tall: 156 pages including index: black and white and colour illustrations. Synopsis: The biography of Dame Alice Owen, innkeepers daughter, born in 1547 who established ten almshouses for poor widows and a free school for 30 boys in Islington: and who on her death in 1613 left the Brewers Company as trustees of her charitable institutions. With a background of  four turbulent reigns, and the  family histories of her first and third husbands  the Robinsons of Cransley , Northamptonshire and the Owens of Condover, Shropshire- the biography recounts her life from childhood and  the development of the school which still bears her name and is now a co-educational secondary school in  Potters Bar.  Contents as follows:  List of plates. Acknowledgements. Preface. Chronology. The England  of Alices  childhood. Islington and the Wilkes family. Brewers all. Elizabethan London. Mr and Mrs Henry Robinson. Ald Elkin and City Governance. Cransley. The Owens of Mach ynlleth, Shrewsbury and Lincolns Inn. Judge Owen. Dame Alice and her family. The vow fulfilled. Heirs and successors. The charitable foundation. Epilogue. Appendix a: family trees  Wilkes . Robinson. Elkin. Owen. Appendix B: Alice Owens rules for the almshouses and schools.  Appendix C: Armorial bearings of Alice and her Husbands. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Condition:  Ownership inscription to front end paper :dust jacket edges slightly rubbed:  very clean and good overall. used books
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  • Book Title: Alice Owen. The life, marriages and times of a Tudor lady
  • Author: Clive Rose
  • ISBN: 1860773796
  • Publisher: Phillimore
  • Year Published: 2006
  • Our Normal Price: £18.70 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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  • Description: Phillimore 2006 first edition: red cloth hardcover with gilt lettering to spine: dust jacket approximately 7 x 1 inches tall: 156 pages including index: black and white and colour illustrations. Synopsis: The biography of Dame Alice Owen, innkeepers daughter, born in 1547 who established ten almshouses for poor widows and a free school for 30 boys in Islington: and who on her death in 1613 left the Brewers Company as trustees of her charitable institutions. With a background of four turbulent reigns, and the family histories of her first and third husbands the Robinsons of Cransley , Northamptonshire and the Owens of Condover, Shropshire- the biography recounts her life from childhood and the development of the school which still bears her name and is now a co-educational secondary school in Potters Bar. Contents as follows: List of plates. Acknowledgements. Preface. Chronology. The England of Alices childhood. Islington and the Wilkes family. Brewers all. Elizabethan London. Mr and Mrs Henry Robinson. Ald Elkin and City Governance. Cransley. The Owens of Mach ynlleth, Shrewsbury and Lincolns Inn. Judge Owen. Dame Alice and her family. The vow fulfilled. Heirs and successors. The charitable foundation. Epilogue. Appendix a: family trees Wilkes . Robinson. Elkin. Owen. Appendix B: Alice Owens rules for the almshouses and schools. Appendix C: Armorial bearings of Alice and her Husbands. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Condition: Ownership inscription to front end paper :dust jacket edges slightly rubbed: very clean and good overall.
  • Condition: See Above
  • Dustcover: Yes
  • Binding: Hardback
  • Type: Used Books

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