Ioannes Churchillus (dux Marlburiensis)

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Ioannes Churchillus (dux Marlburiensis): imago
Ioannes Churchillus (dux Marlburiensis): subscriptio
Nativitas: 26 Maii 1650; Musbury
Obitus: 16 Iunii 1722; Cumberland Lodge
Patria: Kingdom of Great Britain

Officium

Officium: Legatus, Legatus apud Parlamentum Anglicum
Munus: Politicus, Legatus, military officer

Familia

Genitores: Winston Churchill;
Coniunx: Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough
Proles: Anne Spencer, Countess of Sunderland, John Churchill, Marquess of Blandford, Henrietta Godolphin, 2nd Duchess of Marlborough, Lady Barbara FitzRoy, Elizabeth Churchill, Mary Montagu (née Churchill), Duchess of Montagu

Memoria

Ioannes Churchillus ante annum 1689

Ioannes Churchillus,[1] primus dux Marlburiensis[2] (natus Devoniae 26 Maii 1650; Berceriae mortuus 16 Iunii 1722), fuit supremus exercituum Anglicorum dux inter bellum de successione Hispanica, legatus Anglicus in Nederlandiam anno 1701 creatus, et vir publicus.

Dux Marlburienis quinque regibus servivit. "Corporalia Ioannes" cognominatus est.[3]

Vita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Ioannes Churchillus natus est 26 Maii anni 1650. Pater regem inter bellum civile Anglicum vehementer defendit, et familia Churchilliensis vitam pessimam traxit[4] in interregno Anglico. Post excidium rei publicae Anglicae, familia habebat patrocinium regis Caroli II[5]. Ioannes Churchillus studuit Universitate Oxoniensis[6]. Fuit doctissimus in mathematica, philosophiam, Latina et Graeca Antiqua item[7]. Αnnο 1678 Saram Jenyns (Jennings) in matrimonium duxit.

Post restaurationem Stuartorum Ioannes Churchillus participavit in bello secundo Angliae contra Nederlandiam. Αnno 1689 hic dominus audiebat Gulielmo, procuratori rei publicae Bataviae, capere imperium regni Anglici. Sed novus rex Angliae Ioannem in odio habuit. Hic vir pugnavit in bello de successione Hispanica. Victoria maxima ducis in hoc bello fuit victoria in pugna Blindchaemis anno 1704. Vicit pugnas Audenarde, Malplaquet.

Ioannes Churchillus mortuus 16 Iunii 1722 est.

Persona[recensere | fontem recensere]

Macaleus Thomas Babingtonus, historicus Anglicus clarus, descripsit Churchillo monstro. Is putavit Churchillum fuisse inimucum Angliae[8].

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Edward Cobden, Poems on Several Occasions (Londinii: Printed for the Benefit of a Clergyman's Widow, 1748), 309.
  2. "A bust in marble of John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough: with the following inscription underneath: Johannes Dux Marlburiensis S. R. Imperii Princeps": (p. 966 apud Google Books)
  3. https://books.google.ru/books?id=A6_yEtZK4QUC&lpg=PA87&dq=corporal%20john%20churchill&hl=ru&pg=PA87#v=onepage&q&f=false
  4. Churchill: Marlborough: His Life and Times, Bk. 1, 31
  5. Barnett: Marlborough, 60
  6. Oxford, University of; Foster, Joseph (1887) (en). Alumni Oxonienses: The Members of the University of Oxford, 1715-1886 : Their Parentage, Birthplace, and Year of Birth, with a Record of Their Degrees : Being the Matriculation Register of the University. Joseph Foster 
  7. Dilworth, W. H. (1755) (en). The Life and Heroic Actions of John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough ... Adorned with Copper-plates. G. Wright 
  8. Macaulay: The History of England, 32

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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