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William King-Noel, Earl of Lovelace, English nobleman and Lord Lieutenant of Surrey from until his death in His first wife was the computer pioneer Ada Byron, the only legitimate child of Lord Byron, the poet.
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King, Augusta Ada () mathematician and computer pioneer, née Byron, wife of William King, Earl of Lovelace. is the spouse of. King, William () 1st Earl of Lovelace. Horsley Towers was designed by William, Earl of Lovelace () some time after It is located in East Horsley, Surrey.
At the left one sees the Earl's typical combination of flint and brickwork. Lovelace, then the largest landowner in the county, seems to have done all the designing by himself, and according to Peter Evans's summaries of what modern art historians, such as Ian Nairn.
Cathedral, England. first wife of William Lovelace. William LOVELACE and Anne LEWES had the following children: i. Margery LOVELACE died in She was buried on 6 Earl of Lovelace ii. Nicholas LOVELACE was born in He died in He was buried on 1 Feb iii.
Richard LOVELACE was born in He died in He was baptized on 1 Feb Lovelace, William King-Noel Earl of London, England ; Gainsborough sketch-book & Louis XV kingwood marquetry lady's secretary: to be sold for the account of Creditors of Warwick House, Ltd., by order of United States Court, Southern District.
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William King until and as the Lord King from towas an English nobleman and scientist. Lovelace, William King-Noel, Earl of, Call number Pforz MS Physical description 1 item Preferred Citation William King-Noel, Earl of Lovelace manuscript material: 1 item, Carl H.
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Works. On climate in connection with husbandry. () Works by. Earl of Lovelace: | | | Earldom of Lovelace | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. Peter Axel William Locke King, 5th Earl of Lovelace (26 November – 31 January ), styled Viscount Ockham beforewas a British peer.
Lovelace succeeded his father, Peter King, 4th Earl of Lovelace, in He lived in the Highlands of Scotland, for many years in the family home Torridon House and later in Inverness. He was married twice: first, to Kirsteen.
King-Noel, William, 1st Earl of Lovelace ( - ) (Stamp 2) Owner: King-Noel, William. Arms: Sable three spearheads embrued on a chief or three battleaxes in pale (King) on an escutcheon of pretence Quarterly 1.
Three bends enhanced (Byron) 2. A chevron between three leopards face (Wentworth) 3. Fretty a canton ermine (Noel) 4.
conventionDeclaration detailLevel # person King, William () 1st Earl of Lovelace conventionDeclaration King, Augusta Ada ( For several generations they remained Barons King of Ockham, until Sir William, 8th Baron ( – ) was raised to the peerage as 1st Earl of Lovelace in Queen Victoria’s Accession Honours list of In he had married Ada Byron, only daughter of the celebrated poet Lord Byron.
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Goit and M. Saitoh. East Horsley, William King – 1st Earl of Lovelace. William King was the eldest son of Peter, 7th Lord King, Baron of Ockham, whose father was a descendant of a Peter King, who, in spite of being the son of an Exeter grocer, rose to become Lord Chancellor of England during the reign of George I.
Earl Lovelace has 15 books on Goodreads with ratings. Earl Lovelace’s most popular book is The Dragon Can't Dance. The Lovelace Bridges were built by William King, 1st Earl of Lovelace () on his estate at East Horsley, Surrey, in the n bridges were built to facilitate the transport of timber by horse-drawn bridges were built where the tracks crossed.
William King-Noel was born on Februson of Peter King and Hester Fortescue. He was married to Augusta Ada Byron, they had 3 children. He was married to Jane Crawford Jenkins, they gave birth to 1 child. He died on Decem This information is part of by on Genealogy Online.
On William King-Noel, Graf von Lovelace 's side Byron, Vizegraf Ockham 26 years old: Ancestors: x x. x x. William King-Noel, Graf von Lovelace x x. Lionel King, Graf von Lovelace Notes. Wiki de:Lionel_King,_3._Earl_of_Lovelace.
Sources: person: Wikipedia. Compiled by David A. Schmidt, As of. Lovelace’s bequests were few, his grandson, James Collymore, being offered merely ‘my best beaver hat, all my books, my purple cloth cloak, my hose and doublet belonging thereunto, if he will accept thereof’, and two portraits of his parents None of Lovelace’s immediate descendants sat in Parliament, though a member of the family’s.
william king-noel, first earl of lovelace, UNDERSTANDING MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND MIX PROPORTIONING OF MORTARS MADE WITH 53 GRADE CEMENT G. Rao, P. Purushotham and M. Reddy. The eldest of the 7th Baron’s two sons, William (–), the 8th Baron King of Ockham and 1st Earl of Lovelace, was another significant figure in the family history.
Following an established pattern of education at Eton and Trinity, he entered the diplomatic service and became secretary to Lord Nugent, Lord Commissioner of the Ionian. Contents. 68 Lovelace folks, all kin to me.
(No Lovelace ancestors here; All are cousins or cousins-by-marriage.) Outline Descent Trees ( ) William IV Lovelace, Lord Lt. of Ireland, Kt [. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
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More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting. BOOK, MAGNA CHARTA FAMILIES OF ROYAL DESCENT by John S. Wurts, Part VI, p. Sir William Lovelace pf Woolwich, baptized inkilled at the Siege of Grolle in Married Anne Barne.
Name: Sir William V Lovelace Given Name: Sir William Surname: Lovelace Sex: M Birth: Bef 12 Feb /84 in Canterbury.Earl of Lovelace is a title in the Peerage of the United was created in for William King-Noel, 8th Baron King family descends from Jerome King, a grocer, of Exeter, and his wife Anne, daughter of Peter Locke, nephew of the philosopher John son Sir Peter King was a noted lawyer and politician and served as Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas from to.Ada Lovelace has become an iconic figure for women in science and is often credited with the invention of modern computing.
But, as Ursula Martin—mathematician, computer scientist and Lovelace biographer—explains, all of that is a bit Lovelace myth obscures the truth about a woman who was certainly a very brilliant mathematician, but who was also often frustrated in her.