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Aubrey de Vere, 10th Earl of Oxford, 20th Great-Grandfather

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This is the final resting place of Sir Aubrey.  I would love to visit Haleigh someday to take in the sights and visit my dead ancestors, in romantic ruin. 773 more words


"Whether the Glass be Small or Large, Fill it Full"

“Whether the glass be small or large, fill it full.”

This advice to artists of all kinds means the following to me, by way of analogy: 251 more words


The Story of a Square 1: Cavendish Square

In 1717 the 2nd Earl of Oxford, Edward Harley, began work on the development of his estates north of  “the road to Oxford” or Tyburn Road, that eventually became Oxford Street. 543 more words


Shakespeare mystery

For those convinced Shakespeare, Marlowe, Oxford or Bacon wrote the works. If they wrote the works of Shakespeare as thousands of books claiming they did will testify, what about the Passionate Pilgrime 1599 and the POEMS: VVRITTEN BY WIL. 128 more words

Max Perkins to Ernest Hemingway: "That Stratford Man Ain't No Shakespeare!"

“It is certain, to my mind, that the man Shakespeare was not the author of what we consider Shakespeare’s works.”

— Maxwell Perkins, writing to Ernest Hemingway on August 13, 1942. 640 more words



Pupil No.189 at the Royal Freemasons’ School was Louisa Ashford Brooke Vavasour. The school register gives her birthdate, the names of her parents and her home address and from this it has been possible to research her life. 1,206 more words

Past Pupils

"To Gain Knowledge and Understanding of the Ways of Men" - Queen Elizabeth, Describing the Earl of Oxford in Letters of Introduction to Foreign Princes

It’s my pleasure to pass on news of work by Alexander Waugh, who has obtained English translations of two Latin letters by Queen Elizabeth, addressing the princes of Europe on behalf of Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford as he was about to set forth in early 1575 on his foreign travels. 584 more words