Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Blind links

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B[edit]

  • Baldwyn, William (DNB00)
  • Blake, William (1730-1799) (DNB00), English headmaster
  • Brainerd, David (DNB00), American missionary → David Brainerd
  • Braos, Giles de (DNB00), Bishop of Hereford → Giles de Braose
  • Broughton, Andrew (DNB00), regicide, court official → Andrew Broughton

C[edit]

D[edit]

F[edit]

  • Falconer, John (d. 1723) (DNB00)John Falconer (bishop)
  • Forbes, John, of Culloden (DNB00), chieftain of Clan Forbes
  • Fordyce, John (DNB00), physician

G[edit]

  • Grove, John (DNB00), English traitor

H[edit]

  • Hardinge, Samuel (DNB00)
  • Hardy, John (DNB00)
  • Hoffner, John (DNB00), painter
  • Howard, Edward (1686-1777) (DNB00)Edward Howard, 9th Duke of Norfolk
  • Howel ab Morgan (DNB00)
  • Hume, Gustavus (DNB00), Irish surgeon

J[edit]

  • Johnstone, Keith (DNB00)

K[edit]

  • Kearns, Mogue (DNB00)Mogue Kearns
  • Keith, Robert (d.1430?) (DNB00)‎

L[edit]

M[edit]

N[edit]

  • Neeve, Thomas (DNB00)

P[edit]

  • Papillon, Philip (1660-1736) (DNB00)
  • Pease, Henry (DNB00)Henry Pease

R[edit]

  • Roper, John (DNB00), attorney-general to Henry VIII

S[edit]

  • Sandys, Francis (DNB00), Georgian architect
  • Scott, James (1710-1783) (DNB00)
  • Smith, Edward James (DNB00), surveyor to the ecclesiastical commissioners
  • Stewart, Charles (DNB00), rear-admiral

T[edit]

  • Threlkeld, Thomas (DNB00) student of Priestley
  • Torriano, Alexander (DNB00), professor of astronomy, Gresham College
  • Traske, John (DNB00), English dissenter

V[edit]

  • Vanbleek (DNB00) or Van Bluck, painter

W[edit]

  • Walker, Robert (High Church) (DNB00)
  • Wilson, James (1765–1821) (DNB00)James Wilson (anatomist)
  • Wilson, Thomas (17thC) (DNB00), courtier of James I
  • Woodhouse, John (DNB00)
  • Wray, Robert Bateman (DNB00), engraver