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Judge marshall general - Earl of Pembrokes' army at San Quentin - 1557

MP Camarthen Boroughs - 1554 MP Becon Boroughs - 1556 MP Hindon - 1559 MP Arundel - 1563 MP Taunton - 1593

Principal New Hall Inn, Oxford - 1550

Counsel for the Merchant Adventurers Company at Berges - 1564=66

Judge advocate to Admiralty Court

Member commissioner at trial of Queen Mary - 1586

Member commissioner at trial of Queen Mary - ?

Vicar-general province of Canterbury

Member - Council of Marches of Wales - 1579

Master - Chancery Court - Master - Requests Court - 1590

Member court of High Commission - 1593


Profile ID Your ID Birth/Bap & County Comments PM y/n Start Date
Hopkins-3494 1885 Monmouth JohnBryant1745_ged Y
Hopkins-3495 1897 Monmouth JohnBryant1745_ged Y
Thomas-5915 1815 Anglesey WTree.JAZ.Ancestors.ged Y
Jones-11657 1814 Anglesey Done. Needs baptism and death reg. Y
Thomas-5917 1842 Flint Done. Second marriage in question. Y
INSCRIPTION TRANSLATION Gulielmo Aubræo, clara familia in Breconia orto ; LL. in Oxonia Doctori, ac Regio Professori, Archiepiscopi Cantuariensis causarum Auditori ; & Vicario in Spiritualibus generali : Exercitus Regii, ad S. Quintinum, Supremo Juridico. In limitaneium Walliæ concilium Adscito ; Cancellariæ Magistro, & Reginæ Elizabethæ à supplicum Libellis. Viro exquisite erudition, singulari prudential, & moribus suavissimis : qui tribus filiis & sex filiabus, Wilgifforda uxore susceptis, æternam in Christo vitam expectans, animam deo xxiii Julii, 1595 ætatis suæ 66 placide reddidit.

Optimo patri, Edwardus & Thomas, Milites ; ac Johannes Armiger, filii mæstissimi Posuerunt || Sacred to the Memory Of Doctor William Awbrey Descended from a conspicuous Family in Brecknock He commenc't Doctor of the Civil Laws in Oxford Where he was also Regius Professor. He was Auditor and Judge of Causes Depending in the Arch-Bishop of Canterburies Courts, And his Vicar- general in Spirituals. Was Judge-Advocate of the Royal Army sent to St Quintins; And one of the great Council. Establisht in the Marches of Wales. He was one of the Masters of Chancery, And also one of the Masters of Requests, To the Majesty of Queen Elizabeth. In a word Was a Person exquisitely well-learned Of Singular Prudence, and of a most sweet, and winning disposition Who Having by his Wife Wilgiford 3 Sons, and 6 Daughters On the 23rd of July 1595 in the 66th year of his age Resigned his Soul to his Redeemer And here awaiteth for his second coming.

Sir Edward, and Sir Thomas Awbrey Knights Together with their Brother John Awbrey Esquire, Their 3 surviving sons have with much sadness Consecrated this Marble to his Memory



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