Hall, or Halle, Edward

   Chronicler, b. in London, studied successively at Camb. and Oxf. He was a lawyer, and sat in Parliament for Bridgnorth, and served on various Commissions. He wrote a history of The Union of the two Noble and Illustre Families of Lancastre and Yorke, commonly called Hall's Chronicle. It was pub. after the author's death by Richard Grafton, and was prohibited by Queen Mary.

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  • HALL or HALLE, EDWARD —    English lawyer and historian, born in London; studied law at Gray s Inn; in 1540 he became one of the judges of the Sheriff s Court; his fame rests on his history The Union of the Two Noble Families of Lancaster and Yorke, a work which sheds a …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

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  • Hall — Nachhall * * * Hall [hal], der; [e]s, e: a) Schall (besonders im Hinblick auf allmählich schwindende, schwächer werdende hörbare Schwingungen): der Hall der Schritte, der eigenen Stimme. Syn.: ↑ Geräusch, ↑ Klang, ↑ Lärm, ↑ Laut, Ton …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Halle — This medieval surname whilst of Dutch Flanders ancestry has long been associated with England. It is locational and describes the original landowners of the village of Halle in Brabant. The word Halle is of Old Norse origin, and translates as the …   Surnames reference

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