Edward, VI, 1537-1553 (King of England and Ireland)
- Existence: 1537 - 1553
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Records in this series relate to the College before the Governing Body, in it's current form, was created.
Inspeximus at request of Edmond Beaupre of an Inquisition post mortem of 11th June 1513 on John de Vere, Earl of Oxford. De Vere bequeathed the manors of Barwycke and Scotneys in Essex to Margery Durward, late wife of John Durward. This was then reverted to John de Vere and his wife Christina on death of the Durwards. On 1st September 1512 de Vere made his will leaving the reversions of Gelham, Toppysfeld, Brawyk and Scotneys to his heirs.
An autograph by King Edward VI, dedicated to his uncle the Duke of Somerset, with the date ‘De mon palais de Ouestmester cez Londres ce penultime jour d’Aoust, 1549’. The dedications begins ‘Apres avoir considéré (trescher et bien aymé oncle) combien ceux desplaisent à Dieu, qui despendent tout leur temps en folies et vanitéz de ce monde ...’.