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- John Seymour was an prolific early author in the self-sufficiency movement. He had multiple roles: he was a writer, broadcaster, environmentalist, agrarian, smallholder and activist; a rebel against: consumerism, industrialisation, genetically modified organisms, cities, motor cars; an advocate for: self-reliance, personal responsibility, self-sufficiency, conviviality, gardening, caring for the Earth and for the soil.
- born on (101 years ago) in London
- education: Imperial College London
- died on (11 years ago) in Pembrokeshire
- written works: "The Self-sufficient Life and How to Live It", "The guide to self-sufficiency", "Farming for self-sufficiency", "Complete book of self-sufficiency", "The hard way to India", "On my own terms", "The shepherd", "The forgotten arts", "The lore of the land", "The countryside explained", "The fat of the land", "Far from paradise", "'Willynilly' to the Baltic", "The children's gardening book", "The Companion Guide to East Anglia", "The smallholder", "Sailing through England", "Around India", "The woodlander", "Round about India", "Voyage into England", "Métiers oubliés", "Conservacion de Alimentos y Productos Artes", "Concise Guide to Self-Sufficiency", "The New Self-Sufficient Gardener", "Guia Practica de La Vida Autosuficiente", "Forgotten Crafts", "El Cultivo de Hortalizas", "La Vida En El Campo", "Farming/self-Sufficncy", "El Horticultor Autosuficiente", "Das Grobe Buch vom Leben auf dem Lande; Ein Praktisches Handbuch fur Realisten und Traumer", "Changing Life Styles", "La Practica del Horticultor Autosuficiente", "Das große Buch vom Leben auf dem Lande. Ein praktisches Handbuch für Realisten und Träumer", "Self-sufficiency"
- John Seymour: Sir John Seymour of Wulfhall in Savernake Forest, Wiltshire, Knight banneret was an English soldier and a courtier who served both Henry VII and Henry VIII. Born into a prominent gentry family, he is best known as the father of the Henry VIII's third wife, Jane Seymour.
- also known as Сеймур, Джон
- born in (542 years ago) in England, child of John Seymour
- nationality: Kingdom of England
- Marriage with Margery Wentworth
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- died on (479 years ago)
- John Seymour a.k.a. John F. Seymour is an American real estate investor and politician.
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- John Seymour of Wulfhall, of Stapleford/Stalbridge,Stalbridge Park features in Thomas Hardy's Wessex as "Stapleford Park".
- parent of John Seymour
- John Seymour: Sir John Seymour of Wulfhall in Savernake Forest, Wiltshire, and of Hatch Beauchamp, Somerset, was an English knight and member of parliament.
- born in (614 years ago)
- died in (552 years ago)
- John Seymour of Stapleford in Wilton, Wiltshire, and of Wulfhall in Savernake Forest, Wiltshire was an English landowner and Member of Parliament.
- John Seymour was an English cricketer active from 1904 to 1931 who played for Northamptonshire and Sussex. He was born in Brightling, Sussex on 24 August 1881 and died in Daventry on 1 December 1967. He appeared in 136 first-class matches as a righthanded batsman who bowled left-arm orthodox spin. He scored 3,430 runs with a highest score of 136 not out, his only century, and took 113 wickets with a best performance of six for 58.
- John Seymour was an actor.
- John Seymour: Colonel John Seymour was the 10th Royal Governor of Maryland from 1704 to 1709. He succeeded Thomas Tench and was succeeded by Edward Lloyd.
- John Seymour is an author.
- also known as J. Seymour
- born in (89 years ago)
- written works: "The coast of south-west England", "The Ultimate Heresy", "Blessed Isle", "Pictures From the Past Rural Life", "The Yellow Box", "Selbstversorgung aus dem Garten", "Dealing with Young Offenders", "Vergessene Haushaltstechniken", "Electronic devices and components", "Mindlink", "Physical electronics", "Uses of semi-conductor devices in power-engineering", "The Pioneers V2"
- John Seymour: Sir John Seymour was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1646 to 1648.
- died on (352 years ago)
- John Seymour, of Great Marlow, Buckinghamshire, was an English politician.
- John Seymour, of London, was an English politician.
- John Seymour is a visual artist.
- born in (278 years ago)
- died in (197 years ago)
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by Donald J. Shoemaker
JOHN SEYMOUR is a Reader in Law at the Australian National University. Recent publications include Fetal Welfare and the Law (1995), a co- edited hook ...
A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages of England, Ireland, and Scotland, extinct, dormant, and in abeyance ... England (1846)
by John Burke
Cecilia, one of the sisters and co-heirs of John, Lord Beauchamp, of Hache, was SIR JOHN SEYMOUR, of Wolf Hall, Wilts, who, in the 9th Henry VIII., being then one of the knights of the body to the king, obtained a grant of the constablewick of ...
by Alison Latham
Storace, Stephen (John Seymour) (b London, 4 April 1762; d London, ...
by T.J. Carty
Janet Melanie Ailsa Mills CHALOM, JOHN Henry Wallace CHALON, JON John Seymour Chaloner CHAMBERS, CATHARINE E. Nicole St John CHAMBERS, DANA Albert Leffingwell CHAMBERS, KATE Nicole St John CHAMBERS, ...
A Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors, Living and Deceased, from the Earliest Accounts to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century (1878)
by Samuel Austin Allibone
Rymer, Thomas the Sayer, John Seymour, Robt. Sietor, Jas. Ryves, Eliz. Sayer. S . Seymour, W. Siddous, Mrs. Sayers, Frank Shaeklock, Rd. Sidney, Mary Sebie, Fras. Seadloek, Jas. Shadwell, Chas. Sidney, Sir Philip Sachevcrell, Henry Scafe ...
by Sir Leslie Stephen
married Sir John Seymour (d. 1536) of Wolf- hall, and was mother of Queen Jane Seymour, of Protector Somerset, and grandmother of Edward VI. Sir Henry Went worth's son, Sir Richard Wentworth ...
A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire. 27. Ed (1865)
by John Bernard Burke
In the 12th of the same reign, when the title of the house of York was set on foot, and all persons of note in the counties were summoned to take the oaths, this John Seymour appeared in Wiltshire, and is the first mentioned in the list after the ...
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