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Neville Collection

"Neville: A Name Woven Through History" From the 5th Earl of Abergavenny to Neville Chamberlain, this name has left an indelible mark on various realms

Background imageNeville Collection: The Earl of Warwick submits to Queen Margaret, 1470 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

The Earl of Warwick submits to Queen Margaret, 1470 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
The Earl of Warwick submits to Queen Margaret, 1864. Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick, (1428-1471) submits to Queen Margaret and solicits a pardon on his knees before her

Background imageNeville Collection: Neville Chamberlain PM, 1938

Neville Chamberlain PM, 1938
Portrait of (Arthur) Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940), British Prime Minister, photographed in 1938

Background imageNeville Collection: 5th Earl Abergavenny

5th Earl Abergavenny
William Neville, fifth earl of ABERGAVENNY

Background imageNeville Collection: Sir Henry Neville

Sir Henry Neville
SIR HENRY NEVILLE diplomat, Elizabeths ambassador to France in 1599

Background imageNeville Collection: Phil Neville

Phil Neville prepares to throw his shirt to fans

Background imageNeville Collection: Phil Neville

Phil Neville

Background imageNeville Collection: Phil Neville

Phil Neville is sent flying by a Dinamo challenge

Background imageNeville Collection: Neville Chamberlain fishing by Ernest H. Thomas

Neville Chamberlain fishing by Ernest H. Thomas
Prime Minister, The Right Hon. Neville Chamberlain engaged in his favourite pastime of fly fishing. The artist, Ernest H. Thomas

Background imageNeville Collection: A Cricket Match at Christchurch Priory, Hampshire, 1850, (1947). Creator: Unknown

A Cricket Match at Christchurch Priory, Hampshire, 1850, (1947). Creator: Unknown
A Cricket Match at Christchurch Priory, Hampshire, 1850, (1947). Spectators watching a match on Stanpit Marsh outside the town of Christchurch, (now in Dorset)

Background imageNeville Collection: The home of snooker - The Ottacamund Club, Southern India

The home of snooker - The Ottacamund Club, Southern India
Playing snooker at the Ootacamund Club, Ootacamund (known as Snooty Ooty) in the Nilgiri Hills, Tamil Nadu, Southern India, where snooker originated on the billiard tables during the Raj

Background imageNeville Collection: Lords and Gentlemen of Surrey and Kent Playing Cricket at Knole Park, Kent, 1775, 1947

Lords and Gentlemen of Surrey and Kent Playing Cricket at Knole Park, Kent, 1775, 1947
Lords and Gentlemen of Surrey and Kent Playing Cricket at Knole Park, Kent, 1775, (1947). Cricket match in the grounds of a stately home near Sevenoaks

Background imageNeville Collection: Anne of Warwick (1456-1485), queen consort of King Richard III, 1851

Anne of Warwick (1456-1485), queen consort of King Richard III, 1851. From Biographical Sketches of the Queens of Great Britain, from the Norman Conquest to the Reign of Victoria

Background imageNeville Collection: Alfred Mynn, 1852, (1947). Creator: John Corbett Anderson

Alfred Mynn, 1852, (1947). Creator: John Corbett Anderson
Alfred Mynn, 1852, (1947). Portrait of English cricketer Alfred Mynn (1807-1861). From " English Cricket", by Neville Cardus. [Collins, London, 1947]

Background imageNeville Collection: Cricket Match Between Nottingham and Leicester, c. 1829, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Cricket Match Between Nottingham and Leicester, c. 1829, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Cricket Match Between Nottingham and Leicester, c.1829, (1947). Teams from Nottingham and Leicester competing. In the foreground is a refreshment stall

Background imageNeville Collection: Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. Churchill, 23 February 1940, (1945). Creator: Unknown

Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. Churchill, 23 February 1940, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. Churchill, 23 February 1940, (1945). Winston Churchill (1874-1965) and British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940)

Background imageNeville Collection: Warwick the Kingmaker, 15th century English nobleman and soldier, (1893)

Warwick the Kingmaker, 15th century English nobleman and soldier, (1893)
Warwick the King aker, 15th century English nobleman and soldier, (1893). Warwick (1428-1471) in armour holding a shield and sword

Background imageNeville Collection: Hardacre J Pitt

Hardacre J Pitt
Hardacre J. Pitt An important touring manager in the decades around 1900, he used his notepaper to advertise his repertoire. This letter, from the Comedy Theatre, Manchester, is dated November 1894

Background imageNeville Collection: Neville Chamberlain helping his wife out of a car

Neville Chamberlain helping his wife out of a car. British Prime Minister

Background imageNeville Collection: Neville Court, Abergravenny i. e. Abergavenny, England

Neville Court, Abergravenny i. e. Abergavenny, England
Neville Court, Abergravenny i.e. Abergavenny, England. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageNeville Collection: Neville Hall, Ulverston

Neville Hall, Ulverston

Background imageNeville Collection: N Chamberlain / Postcard

N Chamberlain / Postcard
NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN British Prime Minister in 1939

Background imageNeville Collection: Warwick / Kingmaker / Rous

Warwick / Kingmaker / Rous
Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick (" the Kingmaker" )

Background imageNeville Collection: Phil Neville's Emotional Debut: A Homegrown Hero's Heartfelt Thank You to Everton Fans

Phil Neville's Emotional Debut: A Homegrown Hero's Heartfelt Thank You to Everton Fans (Everton vs Man Utd)
Phil Neville thanks fans after his Premiership debut for Everton

Background imageNeville Collection: Phil Neville

Phil Neville goes to ground

Background imageNeville Collection: Joseph Chamberlain, 1836 - 1914. British politician and statesman

Joseph Chamberlain, 1836 - 1914. British politician and statesman
3083185 Joseph Chamberlain, 1836 - 1914. British politician and statesman.; Private Collection; (add.info.: Father of Neville Chamberlain, Prime Minister of England)

Background imageNeville Collection: The home of snooker - The Oottacamund Club, Southern India

The home of snooker - The Oottacamund Club, Southern India
Playing snooker at the Ootacamund Club, Ootacamund (known as Snooty Ooty) in the Nilgiri Hills, Tamil Nadu, Southern India, where snooker originated on the billiard tables during the Raj

Background imageNeville Collection: Beaurepaire Abbey (or Bear Park), County Durham, a ruined manor house near where

Beaurepaire Abbey (or Bear Park), County Durham, a ruined manor house near where the Battle of Nevilles Cross took place on 17 October 1346, part of the Second War of Scottish Independence. Date: 1346

Background imageNeville Collection: Peace Night on the balcony at Buckingham Palace

Peace Night on the balcony at Buckingham Palace
A page from The Illustrated London News showing the balcony of Buckingham Palace on Peace Night (2nd October 1938). Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain

Background imageNeville Collection: Charles Cornwallis Neville, 5th Baron Braybrooke (1823a'1902) - British peer. Date

Charles Cornwallis Neville, 5th Baron Braybrooke (1823a'1902) - British peer. Date
Charles Cornwallis Neville, 5th Baron Braybrooke (1823-1902) - British peer. Date: 1890

Background imageNeville Collection: Cricket Match in Mary-Le-Bone Fields, 1748, (1947). Creator: Charles Grignion

Cricket Match in Mary-Le-Bone Fields, 1748, (1947). Creator: Charles Grignion
Cricket Match in Mary-Le-Bone Fields, 1748, (1947). Men playing cricket at Marylebone Fields, (now part of the City of Westminster, London). This is the earliest known depiction of a cricket match

Background imageNeville Collection: The cabinet of Ramsay MacDonald, 1931, (1935). Creator: Unknown

The cabinet of Ramsay MacDonald, 1931, (1935). Creator: Unknown
The cabinet of Ramsay MacDonald, 1931, (1935). British politicians in the newly formed National Government which contained members of the Conservative Party, Liberals

Background imageNeville Collection: The Original War Cabinet, 1939, (1945). Creator: Unknown

The Original War Cabinet, 1939, (1945). Creator: Unknown
The Original War Cabinet, 1939, (1945). British politicians at the start of the Second World War. Standing from left to right: Sir John Anderson, Lord Hankey, Leslie Hore-Belisha, Winston Churchill

Background imageNeville Collection: Neville - Lord Abergavenny

Neville - Lord Abergavenny

Background imageNeville Collection: Rt Hon Joseph Chamberlain MP - Mayor of Birmingham

Rt Hon Joseph Chamberlain MP - Mayor of Birmingham - father of Neville Chamberlain - Victorian period

Background imageNeville Collection: Cover design, Imagination, Stories of Science and Fantasy

Cover design, Imagination, Stories of Science and Fantasy, pulp fiction science fiction magazine, January 1952 Date: 1952

Background imageNeville Collection: Miss Collins

Miss Collins
A portrait oil painting of Miss Gladys Neville Collins, daughter of trustee of the Public Library, Museums and National Gallery of Victoria, J. T. Collins. Date: circa 1925

Background imageNeville Collection: Dieppe Arcades

Dieppe Arcades
Pencil drawing of Dieppe, a fishing port on the Normandy coast of northern France. The main subject of this drawing are the Dieppe Arcades, a large hotel. Date: circa 1931

Background imageNeville Collection: Market Day Dieppe

Market Day Dieppe
Pencil drawing of Dieppe, a fishing port on the Normandy coast of northern France. Figures are seen wandering the area on market day. Date: circa 1931

Background imageNeville Collection: On SAmuse

On SAmuse
Artwork showing an audience of well dressed ladies and gentlemen, laughing and having a good time. Date: circa 1931

Background imageNeville Collection: Rouen and the Cathedral from the Tour Jeanne dArc

Rouen and the Cathedral from the Tour Jeanne dArc
Pencil drawing showing Rouen, capital of northern French region of Normandy, with its infamous Cathedral, the west front has sculpture depictions of Archbishops and Apostles

Background imageNeville Collection: Neville and Anne Chamberlain in the park

Neville and Anne Chamberlain in the park
Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940) with his wife Anne (1883-1967) taking a stroll in the park. The watching soldiers are signallers under instruction. Date: 1939

Background imageNeville Collection: Caricature illustration of the Rt Hon Neville Chamberlain, in plasticine and pen

Caricature illustration of the Rt Hon Neville Chamberlain, in plasticine and pen. Captioned, Personalities in Plasticine, No 12 Sir Henry Alfred Lytton'

Background imageNeville Collection: Richard III

Richard III - with Lady Anne Neville, who is on her way to bury the late King Henry VI. 1862

Background imageNeville Collection: Neville Chamberlain giving a speech

Neville Chamberlain giving a speech
Neville Chamberlain (Arthur Neville Chamberlain, 1869-1940), British Conservative politician, and Prime Minister from 1937 to 1940

Background imageNeville Collection: Neville Chamberlain and Alec Douglas-Home

Neville Chamberlain and Alec Douglas-Home
Neville Chamberlain (Arthur Neville Chamberlain, 1869-1940), British Conservative politician, and Prime Minister from 1937 to 1940

Background imageNeville Collection: Neville Chamberlain with RH Stoughton and Samuel Hoare

Neville Chamberlain with RH Stoughton and Samuel Hoare
Neville Chamberlain (Arthur Neville Chamberlain, 1869-1940), British Conservative politician, and Prime Minister from 1937 to 1940

Background imageNeville Collection: Neville Chamberlain, British politician, at his desk

Neville Chamberlain, British politician, at his desk
Neville Chamberlain (Arthur Neville Chamberlain, 1869-1940), British Conservative politician, Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1931 to 1937 and Prime Minister from 1937 to 1940

Background imageNeville Collection: Neville Chamberlain, British Prime Minister, at his desk

Neville Chamberlain, British Prime Minister, at his desk
Neville Chamberlain (Arthur Neville Chamberlain, 1869-1940), British Conservative politician, and Prime Minister from 1937 to 1940. Seen here sitting at his desk. Date: circa 1930s



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"Neville: A Name Woven Through History" From the 5th Earl of Abergavenny to Neville Chamberlain, this name has left an indelible mark on various realms. Sir Henry Neville's contributions and Phil Neville's sporting prowess further add to its legacy. But did you know that snooker found its home at The Ottacamund Club in Southern India? Or that Lords and Gentlemen of Surrey and Kent played cricket at Knole Park in 1775, leaving a lasting impression? Speaking of cricket, Alfred Mynn's remarkable skills on the field during 1852 are still remembered today. And let us not forget the captivating Cricket Match at Christchurch Priory in Hampshire back in 1850, which continues to captivate imaginations even now. The spirit of competition also thrived during Nottingham versus Leicester matches around 1829, showcasing the enduring love for this beloved sport. However, it is not just sports where we find connections with "Neville. " Anne of Warwick herself graced history as queen consort to King Richard III. Her influence echoes through time and reminds us how names can shape destinies. Intriguingly diverse yet interconnected by their association with "Neville, " these historical moments remind us that legacies are built upon individuals who leave their mark across generations.