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Aglionby Library Of Accra Academy
Aglionby may be the surname of:Edward Aglionby, English poet and MP Edward Aglionby (died 1553), MP for Carlisle Hugh Aglionby, MP John Aglionby (divine), died ca
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Edward Aglionby
Edward Aglionby (1520 – c. 1591) was an English Member of Parliament, official, translator and poet. He was closely associated with the Dudley family.Contents1 Life 2 Works 3 Family 4 Notes 5 References 6 Further readingLife[edit] Aglionby was born at Carlisle in 1520, and educated at Eaton, from whence he was elected in 1536 to a scholarship at King's College, Cambridge, of which society he appears to have become a fellow three years later. He graduated B.A. in 1540–1541, and M.A. in 1544.[1][2] He was returned MP for Carlisle in 1547 (Edward VI's 1st parliament), but he did not serve for the full duration. He was returned for Carlisle in May 1553 (Edward VI's 1st parliament) and may have sat as the MP for Carlisle in 1559.[3] Subsequently he was appointed a justice of the peace for Warwickshire, where he possessed considerable property.[1] His residence was at Temple Balshall
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Edward Aglionby (died 1553)
Edward Aglionby (by 1495–1553), of Carlisle, Cumbria, was an English politician.Contents1 Biography 2 Personal life 3 Notes 4 ReferencesBiography[edit] Aglionby was the son of Thomas Aglionby of Carlisle and Joan Aglionby.[1] Aglionby held a number of public offices, including Escheator of Cumberland and Westmorland (1527–28), gentleman usher of the chamber in 1534 and constable of Penrith Castle in 1534. He was also the Governor of Carlisle Castle from 1542 until his death, High Sheriff of Cumberland for 1544–45 and Mayor of Carlisle in 1545.[1] He also was a collector of customs at Newcastle in 1538.[2] In June 1516 he joined with Thomas, 2nd Lord Dacre of Gilsland, and a number of others in commissioning the reconstruction of the bridge over the river Eden. During the rebellions of 1536 he helped to hold Carlisle against Richard Dacre, and Thomas Lamplugh
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Hugh Aglionby
Hugh Aglionby (by 1521–1552(1554)), of London, was an English politician. Career[edit] Aglionby was a Member of Parliament for Carlisle in 1545.[1]He held the office of a Comptroller of the mint from 8 March 1542 to 25 March 1544. He was a clerk of the council to Queen Catherine Parr twice, the first one by September 1544, and the second time by 8 August 1548. "He later succeeded Walter Butler as the Queen’s secretary and after her death Edward VI granted him and his wife in survivorship an annuity of £30".[1] Personal life[edit] Aglionby was possibly the son of Edward Aglionby, MP for Carlisle. Hugh was married, by May 1550, to a woman named Anne. They had one daughter and at least one son, the MP, Thomas Aglionby.[1] He was dead by 15 June 1554 when Queen Mary renewed his £20 annuity in his widow’s name. [1] References[edit]^ a b c d "AGLIONBY, Hugh (by 1521-52/54), of London". History of Parliament Online
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John Aglionby (divine)
John Aglionby (died ca. 1610) was an eminent divine, of a family whose name was De Aguilon, corrupted into Aglionby. The son of Edward Aglionby and Elizabeth Musgrave, of Crookdayke, he was admitted as a student to Queen's College, Oxford in 1583. He went into orders and became an eloquent preacher. He traveled abroad, where he formed an acquaintance with cardinal Bellarmine; on his return was made chaplain to Elizabeth, and took his degree of D.D. in 1600. He took a considerable share in the translation of the New Testament ordered by King James I, to whom he was also chaplain; and his name occurs among those of other Oxford divines, who were to translate the Gospels, Acts, and Apocalypse. Dr. Aglionby died at Islip, 6 Feb. 1609/10, aged 43. He was deeply read in the fathers, and also a distinguished scholar and critic.Wikisource has the text of the 1885–1900 Dictionary of National Biography's article about John Aglionby.Sources[edit]Rose, Hugh James (1857). "Aglionby, John"
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John Aglionby (bishop)
John Orfeur Aglionby MC (16 March 1884 – 15 May 1963)[1] was an Anglican
Anglican
bishop in Africa
Africa
in the second quarter of the 20th century. Educated at Westminster and The Queen's College, Oxford, Aglionby was ordained in 1911 and began his career with a Curacy at Holy Trinity, South Shields.[2] A Chaplain
Chaplain
to the Forces during World War I,[3] when peace returned he was Vicar of Monkwearmouth[4] until 1924 when he became the third Bishop
Bishop
of Accra. He retired to Orpington
Orpington
in 1951; he had become a Doctor of Divinity
Doctor of Divinity
(DD). See also[edit] Anglicanism portal Biography portal Abuabu_Cross[5]References[edit]^ The Rt. Rev. J. O. Aglionby Former Bishop of Accra
Bishop of Accra
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John Aglionby (MP)
John Aglionby (by 1532–1575 or later), of Carlisle, Cumbria, was an English politician.Contents1 Biography 2 Family 3 Notes 4 ReferencesBiography[edit] Aglionby was probably the son of Edward Aglionby (by 1495 – c. 1553) of Carlisle.[1] He served as Justice of the Peace of Cumbria in 1554-1669. And he also held the office of coroner in 1556 and 1575.[2] Aglionby was a Member of Parliament for Carlisle in October 1553 (Mary I's 1st parliament),[1] where he supported the Protestant reforms
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Aglionby, Cumbria
Aglionby is a village in Cumbria, England. Aglionby lies within the civil parish of Wetheral and thus forms part of the district administered as the City of Carlisle. Aglionby is made up of Rosegate, The Strand, Broomy Hill and Manor Croft. Woof house resides just off the Aglionby road end. Carlisle Golf Course is a stone's throw across the road. See also[edit]Cumbria portalListed buildings in WetheralWikimedia Commons has media related to Aglionby, Cumbria.References[edit]This Cumbria location article is a stub
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Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Aglionby
Aglionby may be the surname of:Edward Aglionby, English poet and MP Edward Aglionby (died 1553), MP for Carlisle Hugh Aglionby, MP John Aglionby (divine), died ca
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