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Transcript of Language 4
Hamnet and Judith twins born in1585 Anne Hathaway A Fairy Song
Over hill, over dale,
Thorough bush, thorough brier,
Over park, over pale,
Thorough flood, thorough fire!
I do wander everywhere,
Swifter than the moon's sphere;
And I serve the Fairy Queen,
To dew her orbs upon the green;
The cowslips tall her pensioners be;
In their gold coats spots you see;
Those be rubies, fairy favours;
In those freckles live their savours;
I must go seek some dewdrops here,
And hang a pearl in every cowslip's ear. Shakespeare died on 23 April 1616, at the age of 52.
He is buried in the chancel of Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespeare, William (1564-1616).
DISCovering Authors. Online ed. Detroit: Gale, 2003.
Pressley, J. M. "Shakespeare's Works:A Timeline." Shakespeare's Works: A Timeline. Shakespeare Resource Center, n.d. Web. 18 Oct. 2012.
"William Shakespeare Biography." Bio.com. A&E Networks Television, n.d. Web. 18 Oct. 2012.
"William Shakespeare." Encyclopedia of World Biography. 2004. Encyclopedia.com. 18 Oct. 2012. Market User Repeat user Some Many Few potential Visitor (cc) photo by twicepix on Flickr (cc) photo by tudor on Flickr Shakespeare's Baptism Date is 26 April 1564.
It was held in the Holy Trinity Church.
This date was made his birth date because
there is no record of it. He is one out of eight children. Joan 1558-?
Edmond 1580-1607 Siblings Happy Family Shakespeare was born in Stratford Warwickshire. William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway mostly likely met in the town of Stanford. William being the age of 18 and Anne was 8 years older than him. Anne became pregnant with Williams child before they were married. This cause for a quick marriage. It took place at Temple Grafton on November 27 1582. Anne became pregnant before to their marriage which caused a scandal for both of the families. Shakespeare's father was not pleased at the effect that the gossip would have had on his social standing in Stratford. A hasty marriage was arranged between the Hathaway and Shakespeare families. Hamnet died at age 11 from unknown causes. Susannah died in 1648.
Judith died in 1662. In Memory Of Hamnet Shakespeare
This obituary was created in the memory of Hamnet Shakespeare,
born in Stratford Wasrwickshire in 1585
Full Name: Hamnet Shakespeare
Age: age 11
Father: William Shakespeare
Mother: Anne Hathaway Shakesperare
Birth Place: Stratford Wasrwickshire
Siblings: Susannah and Judith
Some theories about Hamnet's influence on his father's
(Williams Shakespeare) plays are centered on the tragedy of Hamlet.
The regular view is that speculation that grief over his only son's
death may have spurred Shakespeare to write Hamlet is very likely incorrect.
This obituary was created by ll on 15 Oct 2012 Happy Family INFO. On The Scandal Williams first plays were the three parts of the Henry VI history cycle, were presented in 1589-91. The first reference to Shakespeare in the London literary world dates from 1592. In the next few years it his popularity grew tremendously. While experimenting with classical dramatic forms in the early tragedy Titus Andronicus (1593-94). Shakespeare's Plays Shakespeare's Plays 1594 2002 March (cc) image by jantik on Flickr 1589 Comedy of Errors King John Henry VI, Part 2 Henry VI, Part 3 The Taming of the Shrew The Rape Of Lucrece Richard II 1599 The Merchant of Venice Much Ado About Nothing The Merry Wives of Windsor Julius Caesar
All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts,
His acts being seven ages. At first, the infant,
Mewling and puking in the nurse's arms.
Then the whining schoolboy, with his satchel
And shining morning face, creeping like snail
Unwillingly to school. And then the lover,
Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad
Made to his mistress' eyebrow. Then a soldier,
Full of strange oaths and bearded like the pard,
Jealous in honor, sudden and quick in quarrel,
Seeking the bubble reputation
Even in the cannon's mouth. And then the justice,
In fair round belly with good capon lined,
With eyes severe and beard of formal cut,
Full of wise saws and modern instances;
And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts
Into the lean and slippered pantaloon,
With spectacles on nose and pouch on side;
His youthful hose, well saved, a world too wide
For his shrunk shank, and his big manly voice,
Turning again toward childish treble, pipes
And whistles in his sound. Last scene of all,
That ends this strange eventful history,
Is second childishness and mere oblivion,
Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything. All the Worlds a Stage . . Richard and Judith Quiney had three children.
Shakespeare Quiney was born in Nov 1616. He died as a infant at age 6 months, in May 1617.
Richard Quiney was born in Oct 1617. He died in Jan 1639 aged 21 (Cause possibly of the plague).
Thomas Quiney was born in Jan 1619. He also died in Jan 1639, the same month as his brother, aged 19 (Cause possibly of the plague). Susanna and Dr. John Hall had just the one daughter, Elizabeth who was born in 1608. Elizabeth was the only grandchild that William Shakespeare knew as his other grandchildren were born after his death in 1616. Elizabeth married Thomas Nashe in 1629. They were married for just six years when in 1635 Thomas Nashe died. He was buried at Holy Trinity Church next to William Shakespeare. Elizabeth married again and his name was Sir John Bernard. Elizabeth Was then call Lady Elizabeth Bernard. Although she inherited the family estate and was married twice, Elizabeth had no children of her own. A monument on the wall nearest his grave features a bust showing Shakespeare posed in the act of writing. Each year on his so to speak birthday, a new quill pen is placed in the writing hand of the bust. Shakespeare is believed to have written the epitaph on his tombstone. “ Good friend, for Jesus' sake forbear,
To dig the dust enclosed here.
Blest be the man that spares these stones,
And cursed be he that moves my bones. ” Last Will and Testament The Last Will and Testament of William Shakespeare
To his Daughter, Judith in his will
He left £100 to his daughter Judith for a marriage portion and another £50 if she renounce any claim in the Chapel Lane cottage near New Place previously purchased by Shakespeare.
He left another £150 to Judith if she lived another three years, but forbade her husband any claim to it unless he settled on her lands worth the £150.
If Judith failed to live another three years, the £150 was to have gone to Shakespeare's granddaughter Elizabeth Hall.
He also left Judith a silver bowl
To his Sister, Joan in his will
He left £30 to his sister Joan Hart
He permitted her to stay on for a nominal rent in the Western of the two houses on Henley Street, which Shakespeare himself inherited from his father in 1601.
To his nephews in his will
He left each of Joan's three sons £5.
To his granddaughter, Elizabeth in his will
He left all his silver plate, except the silver bowl left to Judith, to his granddaughter Elizabeth.
To the Poor of Stratford in his will
He left £10 to the poor of Stratford
To his Friends in his will
He left his sword and various small bequests to local friends.
His lifelong friend Hamnet Sadler was specifically mentioned to enable him to buy a memorial ring
His friends, "my fellows John Hemynges Richard Burbage & Henry Cundell," were named leaving them 26s..8d to also "buy them Ringes."
To his Wife, Anne in his will
The only mention that Shakespeare specifically makes of his wife was to leave her his "second best bed."
It is, however, understood that it would have been her right, through English Common Law, to one-third of his estate as well as residence for life at New Place
To his Daughter, Susanna and Son-in-Law Dr, John Hall in his will
"All the Rest of my Goods, Chattels, Leases, Plate, Jewels & Household stuff whatsoever after my debts and Legacies paid & my funeral expenses discarded" William’s son-in-law, Dr. John Hall, oversaw his final days and treatment. Item I gyve unto my wief my second best bed with the furniture; Item I gyve and bequeath to my saied daughter Judith my broad silver gilt bole.
All the rest of my goodes Chattels, Leases, plate, jewles and Household stuffe whatsoever after my dettes and Legasies paied and my funerall expences discharged, I gyve devise and bequeath to my Sonne in Lawe John Hall gent and my daughter Susanna his wief whom I ordaine and make executors of this my Last will and testament. And I doe intreat and Appoint the saied Thomas Russell Esquier and ffrauncis Collins gent to be overseers herof And doe Revoke All former wills and publishe this to be my last will and testament. In witnes whereof I have hereunto put my Seale hand the Daie and Yeare first above Written.
Witness to the publishing hereof: Fra: Collyns, Juilyus Shawe, John Robinson, Hamnet Sadler, robert Whattcott.
By me William Shakespeare Item I gyve and bequeath unto my saied Daughter Judyth One Hundred and ffyftie Poundes more if shee or Anie issue of her bodie Lyvinge att thend of three yeares next ensueing the daie of the date of this my will during which tyme my executors to paie her consideracion from my deceas according to the Rate afore saied. And if she dye within the saied terme without issue of her bodye then my will ys and and I doe gyve and bequeath One Hundred Poundes therof to my Neece Eliabeth Hall and ffiftie Poundes to be sett fourth by my executors during the lief of my Sister Johane Harte and the use and proffitt therof cominge shalbe payed to my saied Sister Jone and after her deceas the saied L li shall Remaine Amongst the childredn of my saied Sister Equallie to be devided Amongst them.
But if my saied daughter Judith be lyving att thend of the saeid three yeares or anie issue of her bodye then my will ys and soe I devise and bequeath the saied Hundred and ffyftie poundes to be sett out by my executors and overseers for the best benefit of her and her issue and the stock not to be paied unto her soe long as she shalbe marryed and Covert Baron by my executors and overseers but my will ys that she shall have the consideracion yearelie paied unto her during her lief and after her deceas the saied stock and condieracion to bee paid to her children if she have Anie and if not to her executors or Assignes she lyving the saied terme after my deceas provided that if such husbond as she shall att thend of the saied three yeares by marryed unto or attain after doe sufficiently Assure unto her and thissue of her bodie landes answereable to the portion gyven unto her and to be adjudged soe by my executors and overseers then my will ys that the saied CL li shalbe paied to such husbond as shall make such assurance to his owne use.
Item I gyve and bequeath unto my saied sister Jone XX li and all my wearing Apprell to be paied and delivered within one yeare after my deceas. And I doe will and devise unto her the house with thappurtenances in Stratford where in she dwelleth for her naturall lief under the yearelie Rent of xiid
Item I gyve and bequeath unto her three sonnes William Hart—Hart and Michaell Harte ffyve pounds A peece to be payed within one yeare after my decease to be sett out for her within one yeare after my deceas by my executors with thadvise and direccons of my overseers for her best proffitt untill her marriage and then the same with the increase thereof to be paied unto her. Vicesimo Quinto die Januarii Martii Anno Regni Domini nostri Jacobi nucn Regis Angliae etc decimo quarto & Scotie xlixo Annoque Domini 1616
In the name of god Amen I William Shackspeare of Stratford upon Avon in the countrie of Warr' gent in perfect health and memorie god by praysed doe make and Ordayne this my last will and testament in manner and forme followeing that ys to saye first I Comend my Soule into the hands of god my Creator hoping and assuredlie beleeving through thonelie merittes of Jesus Christe my Saviour to be made partaker of lyfe everlastinge And my bodye to the Earthe whereof yt ys made.
Item I Gyve and bequeath unto my sonne in Law and Daughter Judyth One Hundred and fyftie pounds of lawfull English money to be paied unto her in manner and forme follewing That ys to saye One Hundred Poundes in discharge of her marriage porcion within one yeare after my deceas with consideracion after the Rate of twoe shillinges in the pound for soe long tyme as the same shalbe unpaid unto her after my deceas & the fyftie pounds Residewe therof upon her surrendering of or gyving of such sufficient securitie as the overseers of this my will shall like of to Surrender or graunte All her estate and Right that shall discend or come unto her after my deceas or that she nowe hath of in or to one Copiehold tenemente with theappertenances lyeing & being in Stratford upon Avon aforesaied in the saide countie of warr' being parcell or holden of the mannor of Rowington unto my daughter Susanna Hall and her heires for ever. Item I gyve and bequath unto her the said Elizabeth Hall All my Plate (except my brod silver and gilt bole) that I now have att the date of this my will.
Item I gyve and bequeath unto the Poore of Stratford aforesaied tenn poundes; to Mr Thomas Combe my Sword; to Thomas Russell Esquier ffyve poundes and to ffrauncis collins of the Borough of Warr' in the countie of Warr' gent. thriteene poundes Sixe shillinges and Eight pence to be paied within one yeare after my deceas.
Item I gyve and bequeath to mr richard Hamlett Sadler Tyler thelder XXVIs VIIId to buy him A Ringe; to William Raynoldes gent XXVIs VIIId to buy him a Ringe; to my godson William Walker XXVIs VIIId in gold and to my ffellowes John Hemynges, Richard Burbage and Heny Cundell XXVIs VIIId A peece to buy them Ringes.
Item I Gyve Will Bequeth and Devise unto my Daughter Susanna Hall for better enabling of her to performe this my will and towardes the performans thereof All that Capitall Messuage or tenemente with thappertenaces in Stratford aforesaid called the newe plase wherein I now Dwell and two messuags or tenementes with thappurtenances scituat lyeing and being in Henley Streete within the borough of Stratford aforesaied. And all my barnes, stables, Orchardes, gardens, landes, tenementes and herediaments whatsoever scituat lyeing and being or to be had receyved, perceyved or taken within the townes and Hamletts, villages, ffieldes and groundes of Stratford upon Avon, Oldstratford, Bushopton and Welcombe or in anie of them in the saied countie of warr And alsoe All that Messuage or tenemente with thappurtenances wherein one John Robinson dwelleth, scituat, lyeing and being in the blackfriers in London nere the Wardrobe and all other my landes tenementes and hereditamentes whatsoever. To Have and to hold All and singular the saied premisses with their Appurtenances unto the saied Susanna Hall for and during the terme of her naturall lief and after her deceas to the first sonne of her bodie lawfullie yssueing and to the heiries Males of the bodie of the saied Second Sonne lawfullie yssyeinge and for defalt of such heires Males of the bodie of the saied third sonne lawfullie yssye ing And for defalt of such issue the same soe to be Reamine to the ffourth sonne, ffythe, sixte and seaventh sonnes of her bodie lawfullie issueing one after Another and and to the heires Males of the bodies of the saied ffourth, ffythe, Sixte and Seaventh sonnes lawfullie yssueing in such mamer as yt ys before Lymitted to be and remaine to the first, second and third Sonns of her bodie and to their heires males. And for defalt of such issue the saied premisses to be and Remaine to my sayed Neede Hall and the heires Males of her bodie Lawfully yssueing for default of...such issue to my daughter Judith and the heires of me the saied William Sahckspere for ever. Note Page Shakespeare had two daughters and one son who died.
“ Good friend, for Jesus' sake forbear, To dig the dust enclosed here.Blest be the man that spares thesestones,And cursed be he that moves my bones. ”
William does not have an actually set birthday, so they use the day he was baptism which was on the 26 of April.
He was married to Anne Hathaway.
His most famous play is Hamlet witch was thought to be about his son's death Hamnlet. two one Beginning Dear Readers,
My name is William Shakespeare, but you can just call me Shakespeare. I was born in a small town in England around April 26 1564. I was one of eight children born of John and Mary Shakespeare. I went to school as a good young boy would, but when I was Eighteen I meet a girl Named Anne. She became pregnant with are first child. We were not married at the time so a quick ceremony was set in to action to make sure my families dignity was safe form rumors. Anne and I had three children during our marriage. When my youngest and only son died I left to find something worth living for. I started to write poetry and play writings. I then put together with the queens help later on a production for drama and action. I created many plays, but my famous was Hamlet, which you will see a part of it in the presentation. When i grew older left the play business and returned home. I had some grandchildren from my two daughters, but I was only able to me my granddaughter Elizabeth. Before i died I wrote my will which you will see in the presentation. I am buried at the Trinity church n England were I was born. I also have a bust of me that is said to have been put there by my family. I hope you enjoy the presentation about my fife.
-Shakespeare Introduction There is a so much history about the man William Shakespeare and his journey though life. In this piece, you will discover some of the information about the history of Shakespeare’s life and the struggles he went though. First, it will talk about the being of Williams life with his family and courting his future wife. Then, the paragraph essay will explain much of the details of Shakespeare life time. Most of the pictures are about Shakespeare family, plays, and life information. In the presentation it covers the steps through out his life from being born to play writing to his death at 51. There were a lot of facts uncover in the research, so some of it is presented in bullets, while other parts are presented in paragraphs. There are also little information touches such as time lines of Shakespeare’s plays, and obituaries about one of his sons. It also gives information from databases, books, and websites that had interesting information on him. It also includes a short clip of one of Shakespeare’s play called hamlet. This shows one of the biggest phrases that Shakespeare created for that play (to be or not to be). All of pieces in this multi-genre project come together to demonstrate what went on in Shakespeare’s life. It gives the feeling of pop up photo book full of Shakespeare‘s history. The stress that came with family death, casting, and script writing all added up, mysteriously, to a man that withstood the test of his time. Expository Essay Susanna and Dr. John Hall had just the one daughter, Elizabeth who was born in 1608. Elizabeth was the only grandchild that William Shakespeare knew, because he died before his other grandchildren were born. Elizabeth married Thomas Nashe in 1629. They were married for just six years when in 1635 he died. He was buried in the chancel of Holy Trinity Church next to William Shakespeare. Elizabeth married again and her second marriage was to Sir John Bernard and so Elizabeth was then given the name Lady Elizabeth Bernard. Although she inherited the family estate and was married twice Elizabeth had no children to call her own.