Wikidata Gulielmus Cecil
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Gulielmus Cecil: imago
Gulielmus Cecil: subscriptio
Nativitas: 13 Septembris 1520; Bourne
Obitus: 4 Augusti 1598, 5 Augusti 1598; Westmonasterium
Patria: Anglia

Officium

Officium: Lord High Treasurer, Secretary of State of England, Lord Privy Seal, Member of the 1542-44 Parliament, Member of the 1547-1552 Parliament, Member of the March 1553 Parliament, Member of the 1555 Parliament, Member of the 1559 Parliament, Member of the 1563-67 Parliament, Member of the House of Lords
Munus: politicus
Patronus: Universitas Cantabrigiensis

Familia

Genitores: Richard Cecil; Jane Heckington
Coniunx: Mildred Cooke, Mary Cheke
Proles: Thomas Cecil, 1st Earl of Exeter, Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury, Anne Cecil, Countess of Oxford, Elizabeth Cecil
Familia: Cecil family

Memoria

Laurae: Ordo Periscelidis
Sepultura: St Martin's Church, Stamford

Insignia heraldica

Gulielmus Cecil: insigne

Gulielmus Cecil,[1] vulgo plene William Cecil, first Baron Burghley (natus die 13 Septembris 1521 in oppido Bourne Lincolniensis comitatus; mortuus die 4 Augusti 1598 Londinii), alumnus Collegii Iohannis apud Cantabrigienses, fuit vir publicus Anglicus et primus consiliarius reginae Elisabethae I.

NotaeRecensere

  1. Sicut ipse subsignavit. Vide hic

BibliographiaRecensere

 
Gulielmus Cecil anno fere 1586 pictus
  • C. Read, Mr. Secretary Cecil and Queen Elisabeth. Novi Eboraci: Knopf, 1955
  • S Alford Burgley, William Cecil at the court of Elizabeth I. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008

Nexus externiRecensere

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