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He was born into the family of Cokayne, who first settled in Ashbourne in the midth-century, and were one of the oldest families in Derbyshire, obtaining many estates in their home county, Staffordshire.
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Specifically, in poems like The Land of Cockaigne, it is a land of contraries, where all the restrictions of society are defied (abbots. December The Cockayne Project announced. James allowed Alderman Sir William Cockayne to launch a project designed to boost the earnings of those involved in the manufacture of undyed cloth setting up a dyeing industry to do the job at home.
The government was promised £40, p.a. from increased customs through the importing of dyestuffs. The Cockayne Reserve in Christchurch, the Cockayne Nature Walk near Otira on the West Coast, and the Cockayne Lookout in Otari-Wilton's Bush dedicated solely to New Zealand native plants, are all named after son Alfred Cockayne also became a noted botanist.
Bibliography. New Zealand Plants and Their Story ; Observations Concerning Evolution, Derived from Ecological Studies in. Sir William Cockayne (Cokayne) ( – 20 October ) was a seventeenth-century merchant, alderman, and Lord Mayor of the City of London.
Life. He was the second son of William Cokayne of Baddesley Ensor, Warwickshire, merchant of London, sometime governor of the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Paper presented at the History of Science in New Zealand Conference, Wellington, 12 to 14 February, ‘ The Ancient Family of Cockayne and their Monuments in Ashbourne Church ’, Derbyshire Archaeol.
Jnl 55 (), 18 – 19), and most of his collections came into Chetwynd's possession (Greenslade, Staffordshire Historians, p. 38). There is no trace of the Ballidon charter in Chetwynd's antiquarian manuscripts, now part of Staffordshire.
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WILLIAM COCKEYN, of Ashburne, inby Sarah, his wife, had issue, 1 JOHN, living at Ashburne,father of JOHN COCKAYNE, who, by Letitia his wife, was father of another JOHN COCKAYNE, a person of great distinction temp. EDWARD III. This last-named John Cockayne m. Cecilia Vernon, of the co. of Derby, and had two sons, viz.
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This book was created for medical professionals, students, and members of the general public who want Author: Philip M. Parker. COKAYNE, Sir THOMAS (?–), hunt-master, born aboutwas the eldest son of Francis Cokayne or Cockaine of Ashbourne, Derbyshire, by his wife, Dorothy, daughter and heiress of Thomas Marrow, serjeant-at-law (Cockayne Memoranda, 1st series, pp.
Thomas was brought up in the house of the Earl of Shrewsbury, but succeeding to the. Cockayne, James (). How the UN Made FIFA Look Well Governed – and What the UN Can Do About It. United Nations University Centre for Policy Research, n/a-n/a; Books. UN DDR in an Era of Violent Extremism: Is It Fit for Purpose?, ed.
Cockayne, James and O,Neil, Siobhan (Online: United Nations University Centre for Policy Research, ). ' WILLIAM COCKEYN, of Ashburne, inby Sarah, his wife, had issue', 1 JOHN, living at Ashburne,father of JOHN COCKAYNE, who, by Letitia his wife, was father of another JOHN COCKAYNE, a person of great distinction temp.
EDWARD III. This last-named John Cockayne m. Cecilia Vernon, of the co. of Derby, and had two sons, viz. COKAYNE, THOMAS (–), lexicographer, born at Mapleton, Derbyshire, 21 Jan.
was of the family of Cokayne or Cockaine, of Ashbourne, Derbyshire, and was son and heir of Sir Edward Cokayne, his mother being Jane, daughter of Nicholas Ashby of Willoughby-in-the-Wolds, Nottinghamshire (Cockayne Memoranda, i.
35). Cockayne Memoranda: Collections towards a historical record of the family of Cockayne. Cheshire: Congleton (), p. 24 available online. ↑ Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, 5 vols, ed.
Kimball G. Everingham (Salt Lake City: the author, ), vol. 3, pp. LOWE Jane Cokayne. COCKAYNE, WILLIAM (–), astronomer, son of the Rev. George Cockayne, vicar of Doveridge in Derbyshire, was born 3 Nov.
Admitted to Merchant Taylors' School inhe was elected to St. John's College, Oxford, intook degrees of B.A., M.A., and B.D. respectively in, andwas junior proctor of the university inand proceeded D.D. 13 July Source: Cockayne Memoranda: Collections Toward a Historical Record of the Family of Cockayne by Andreas Edward Cockayne This book has been microfilmed by the LDS Church.
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Cust. Filed Under: by xoso. COKAYNE, THOMAS (–), lexicographer, born at Mapleton, Derbyshire, 21 Jan.was of the family of Cokayne or Cockaine, of Ashbourne, Derbyshire, and was son and heir of Sir Edward Cokayne, his mother being Jane, daughter of Nicholas Ashby of Willoughby-in-the-Wolds, Nottinghamshire (Cockayne Memoranda, i.
35).He was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. A book written in comments on the possible fate of this missing volume as follows: “The old Registers of this parish (Rev. Charles Rawlins), ‘to have been burnt, at least such is the tradition’” (A.
Cockayne, Cockayne Memoranda, Congleton,pp). The Cockayne (or Cokayne) family settled at Ashbourne in the twelfth century. Ancestors of the baronet included Sir John Cockayne, steward to John of Gaunt, Sir Edmund Cockayne, slain at the Battle of Shrewsbury in and Sir John Cokayne, a turbulent Lancastrian knight who represented Derbyshire nine times in Parliament.
The Cockayne family owned the Manors of Ashbourne Hall and Pooley Hall. WILLIAM COCKEYN, of Ashburne, inby Sarah, his wife, had issue, 1 'JOHN, living at Ashburne,father of 'JOHN COCKAYNE, who, by Letitia his wife, was father of another JOHN COCKAYNE, a person of great distinction temp. EDWARD III.
This last-named John Cockayne m. Cecilia Vernon, of the co. of Derby, and had two sons, viz. Cockayne is an isolated hamlet in North Yorkshire, is the largest settlement in the civil parish of Bransdale, in the North York Moors national park. The nearest towns are Helmsley and Kirkbymoorside, both 10 miles (16 km) away, to the south and south east respectively.
The Cleveland Way long distance footpath crosses the northern end of Cockayne Ridge, which rises above the. George Cockayne – Sir John Cockayne M.P. – Richard Cockayne – Edmund Cockayne – Thomas Cockayne – Burial Place: Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England Sources ↑ 'Parishes: Cockayne Hatley', in A.
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