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Bishop's Waltham

Sir John de Uvedale kt., Knight Bannaret and his son Peter, Baron

John de Uvedale was a household knight of Edward I, the “Hammer of the Scots”. John de Uvedale’s family had been living in Tacolneston, Norfolk since...

Sir Thomas de Uvedale

The following paper is intended to detail some of the key events and activities in Thomas Uvedale’s life. While Granville Leveson Gower[i] dedicated...

A Name Marvelously Changed

My paternal family name has been spelt in many ways since the 12th century. These include such spellings as Douvedale, Dounedale, Dovedale, Dowdall,...

The Udell Family of Markham, Pickering and Uxbridge

The history of the Udell and Brown families in Markham goes back to 1801 and includes many marriages with well-known families in the area during those...

The Rebellion of 1837/38: Lingering Resentments

The purpose of this article is to bring to remembrance some of the attitudes prevalent in the period of the rebellion of 1837/38 and to suggest that...