After this he travelled abroad with a pupil; and on his return from Italy, in 1787, he was appointed president of the English College at St. Omer, in succession to Alban Butler [q. v.] Some three years after the outbreak of the French revolution he and the students of the English colleges at St. Omer and Douay were imprisoned in the citadel of Dourlens. He was made a founder Knight of the Garter (stall 17) in 1348. Miles Stapleton was the son of Born: Worcesters. Maps & Travels By her, he had a entrusted by the King with the direction of the household of Edward, old master, Edward, and attached him to Earl Thomas of Lancaster. On his ordination, a year later, he became procurator of the college, and he retained that post for more than twelve years. Cecily), daughter of Peter De Tynedale, who survived him. By his first wife, Sybil, Stapleton left several children. Nicholas, born in 1286, was also summoned to Parliament and died in 1343. Nicholas belonged Geoffrey (de) STAPLETON + Odds & Ends In 1291, he was engaged on the King's business, under Roger The first member of the family to attain any position was Nicholas de Stapleton I, who was Custos of Middleham Castle in the reign of King John and was the father of Nicholas de Stapleton II, the father of the first-mentioned Nicholas III. Cornwall had led to the lapse of his vast property to the Crown, Edward I Gaveston. of Middleham Castle in the reign of King John and was the father of uncle, Peter De Bruce of Skelton, in 1271. Miles de Stapleton was the eldest surviving son and, at his father's In 1795 he obtained leave to go to Paris, and after many repulses he procured from the directory an order for the release of all the students, ninety-four in number, who were conveyed to England in an American vessel, and landed at Dover on 2 March 1795. Lincoln. elder branch passed to his sister Elizabeth and remained with the Metham the Prince informed the Earl that he had no power to give Stapleton leave difficult task of bringing up his son in businesslike and soldierly ways. daughter named Joan. , https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Miles_Stapleton_of_Bedale&oldid=958838671, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 25 May 2020, at 23:47. (1748–1802), catholic prelate, born at Carlton, Yorkshire, in 1748, was seventh son of Nicholas Stapleton, by his third wife, Winifred, daughter of John White of Dover Street, London. which were divided among four sisters and co-heiresses at the death of her Stapleton to manage his household during his absence at the Papal Court, Bannockburn. Husband John Stapleton speaks of his grief in an exclusive Daily Mail interview ... She is pictured about with son Nicholas in 2003. STAPLETON, GREGORY, D.D. made Stapleton Seneschal of Knaresborough Castle and Steward and joint His appointment to be bishop of Hierocæsarea in partibus and vicar-apostolic of the Midland district, in succession to Dr. Charles Berington [q. v.], was approved by the pope on 29 May 1800, and he was consecrated on 8 March 1801. increased. Poss. The duke had previously known Stapleton, and he and Pitt gave them encouragement. Poss. 1397 Died: 1455. Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, https://en.wikisource.org/w/index.php?title=Dictionary_of_National_Biography,_1885-1900/Stapleton,_Gregory&oldid=10531346, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. His son and successor, Miles, died in 1372. held sixteen caracates of land scattered throughout Yorkshire, besides Miles served in the Gascon and Scottish Wars of Biography. U.S. President [MADISON] 's 11-Great Grandfather.
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