Definition of Wardenship. Meaning of Wardenship. Synonyms of Wardenship

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Definition of Wardenship

Wardenship
Wardenry Ward"en*ry, Wardenship Ward"en*ship, n. The office or jurisdiction of a warden.

Meaning of Wardenship from wikipedia

- A warden is a person who has been entrusted with the oversight of something important to the community, such as a college, church, prison, wild game or...
- political candidate for Governor of Colorado. He is best remembered for his wardenship of the Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility (CTCF), an infamous...
- second Anglican Wardenship that enjo**** the sponsorship of the government and an underground Roman Catholic Wardenship. The Anglican wardenship, however, never...
- (March 15, 1928 – October 10, 1990) was a penologist best known for his wardenship of the prison farms of Arkansas. In 1969, he published an account of the...
- Galway was created in 1831 following the abolition by the Holy See of the Wardenship of Galway. It was united with the diocese of Kilmacduagh (est. 1152) and...
- Slope hopes to win her favour by interfering in the controversy over the wardenship. The Bishop or rather Mr Slope under the orders of Mrs Proudie, also orders...
- Bruce had already inherited the Wardenship through his marriage to Lady Elizabeth Seymour in 1676, as the Wardenship had previously been in the Seymour...
- at Shrewsbury in 1403. Both marches had been in their hands, but the wardenship of the west marches was now ****igned to Westmorland, whose influence was...
- Castle, Westmorland was granted the wardenship of the West March which Northumberland had held since 1399, the wardenship of the East March, formerly held...
- 1504 1524 John Warner 1536 ? Seth Holland 1555 c. 1558 Removed from the wardenship and died in prison Richard Barber 1565 1570 Also Archdeacon of Leicester...
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