Name: Robert Reade
Prefix: Sir 1
Birth: ABT 1460 in Morpeth, Northumberland
Death: 8 JAN 1519
Burial: Chapel Of St. Catherine At The Charterhouse, London
Residence: Bore Place, Chiddingstone, Kent
Occupation: Chief Justice Of Common Pleas 2
Education: Buckingham Hall (Magdalen Coll), Camb. Lincoln's Inn.
Note: 2 3|
Change Date: 24 FEB 2009
Arms: Gules on a bend wavy argent three ducks sable, beaked and legged or.
A Sir Robert Rede was Chief Justice of the Common Pleas 1506-1519 (the year of his death).
The Rede Lecturer at Cambridge is appointed annually by the Vice-Chancellor, and is paid by an endowment left in 1524 by Sir Robert Rede, Lord Chief Justice, in the reign of Henry VIII.)
Elizabeth Rede, abbess of the Abbey of Malling in 1535, was daughter of Sir Robert Rede, chief justice of the Common Pleas (Dict. Nat. Biog. xlvii, 374).
Buried at the Chapel of St. Catherine at the Charterhouse, London, where he founded a chantry of 8ll a year for 30 years.
Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, for which he was obliged to pay to the avaricious king the sum of 400 marks btw Oct 1506 and 08 Jan 1519 1 3 5 2
Knighted 24 Nov 1495.
At Buckingham Hall, now Magdalen College Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.
Became a Fellow of King's Hall on the site of which part of Trinity College was built Cambridge.
A reader at Lincoln's Inn 1480.
A reader at Lincoln's Inn 1486.
Aummoned to take on himself the degree of the coif Nov 1485.
Appointed king's serjeant 18 Apr 1494.
Made a judge of the King's Bench 24 Nov 1495.
His dau Bridget married Sir Thomas Willoughby (MI at Chiddingstone.).
Father: William Reade
- Dorothy Reade b: 23 MAR 1489 in Boresall, Kent
- Mary Reade
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