3 edition of The last Elizabethan: Sir John Coke, 1563-1644 found in the catalog.
The last Elizabethan: Sir John Coke, 1563-1644
Coke, Dorothea Prance Mrs.
|Statement||[by] Dorothea Coke.|
|LC Classifications||DA378.C57 C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 322 p.|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||38022660|
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Genre/Form: Naval history: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Coke, Dorothea Prance, Mrs., Last Elizabethan: Sir John Coke, John Coke was born in He held office in the reign of James I and Charles I. He is sometimes described as “the last Tudor.” He was from a Derbyshire family. His father Richard Coke of Trusley married a Sacheverel heiress.
He ensured that John was well educated first at Westminster and then at Cambridge. Somewhat unexpectedly John’s eldest son also named John was a Parliamentarian whilst it was his younger son Thomas who was a royalist.
Aside from shouldering some of the burden of Charles I’s not inconsiderable unpopularity History knows rather a lot about.
The duties involved were primarily those of book-keeping and accounting, for which Coke, with his firm grasp of detail and insatiable appetite for work, was ideally suited. Coke, The Last Elizabethan, 2.
Young, Servility and Service: The Life and Work of Sir John Coke, 8. Young, Coke. The name Coke was carried to England in the enormous movement of people that followed the Norman Conquest of Coke is a name for a purveyor of cooked meats.
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The Last Elizabethan: Sir John Coke, by Dorothea Coke; The Life, Letters, and Writings of John Hoskyns, by Louise Brown Osborn (pp. ) Review by: Godfrey Davies DOI: / He was "commonly called Lord Coke (or Cooke as the name was pronounced and frequently written in his own day), ' the name of pre-eminence which he hath obtained in Westminster Hall ' " Sir John Coke (), was Secretary of State and the second son of Richard Coke of Trusley, near Derby.
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Jordan, p. - 1 Review. by Richard Coke (d) in thus re-uniting the two halves of the manor. The Coke family had some prominent figures in Stuart society. Sir John Coke (), Richard Coke’s fourth son, was deputy treasurer of the navy from and during the s he became a “master of requests” at court under Charles I and in he.
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William Herbert, third Earl of Pembroke (–) Volume XVIB (Series II) of the papers of Sir John Coke (), Secretary of State, and his family. Purchased from the Marquess of Lothian, of Melbourne Hall, Derbyshire, 14 July Formerly among the family archives of Sir John Coke (), Secretary of State, later owned by the Marquess of Lothian, of Melbourne Hall, Derbyshire.
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