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  • mural tablet in plaster and copper which was placed in the church at Abbots Langley to the memory of his only child the subjects of the panels being a Riposo
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  • Title James Dykes, 1 letter from Abbots Langley, 30 Jul 1899 Source pdf Progress To be proofread
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  • Lincoln. He took the curacy of Abbots Langley in Hertfordshire, to which he added next year the curacy of King's Langley. At the end of March 1786 he became
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  • (1815–1876), writer on India, the son of an eminent papermaker of Nash Mills, Abbots Langley, Hertfordshire—who with Henry Fourdrinier [q. v.] first patented a process
    346 bytes (894 words) - 14:35, 15 February 2014
  • or sixth son of Thomas Hales, by Mary, daughter of Richard Wood of Abbots Langley, Hertfordshire. Thomas Hales, who was the eldest son of Sir Robert Hales
    388 bytes (2,941 words) - 07:46, 24 April 2015
  • and Emmanuel, 'his sixt sonn* (b. 1667). The son Richard was vicar of Abbots Langley from 27 Oct. 1691 to 15 Sept. 1699, and rector of Essendon from 1699
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  • General Monck, was born in 1681, after his father's death, probably at Abbot's Langley, Hertfordshire, as his father died there. His mother was Elizabeth
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  • 1853 (only son of Col., after Major-Genl. Horatio George Broke, of Abbot's Langley, Herts); born 26 Sept., 1827; married 1st, 8 May, 1860, Charlotte,
    401 bytes (139 words) - 16:59, 16 April 2011
  • recently been removed to the south nave aisle. His estate at Langley Bury, Abbot's Langley, passed, with his title, to his only son, Robert, by his wife
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  • who lived first in London and then retired to a family estate at Abbot's Langley, Hertfordshire, where Joseph was born and baptised in February 1703-4
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  • was buried in Rickmansworth cemetery. He married, on 3 July 1817, at Abbot's Langley, Hertfordshire, Penelope, youngest daughter of Francis Bradford of
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  • July in 44 Henry III (1260), having appointed his neighbour, Simon Abbot of Langley, Thomas de Heserletone, and Master Roger de Heserletone executors of
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  • LANGLEY In the death of Dr. S. P. Langley, secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, America loses one of its most eminent men of science. Langley was
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  • New Town; in the rural district of Watford, so much of the parish of Abbots Langley as lies within the designated area of Hemel Hempstead New Town. 5 St
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  • May 1908, after an operation. He was buried in the parish church of Abbot's Langley, where there is a marble memorial of him, with a portrait- medallion
    359 bytes (2,037 words) - 16:15, 8 June 2013
  • hamlet under the abbey, perhaps Langley," and I may add that it is now tolerably certain that he was born at Abbot's Langley in Hertfordshire, about the year
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  • 1885-1900, Volume 32 Langley, Thomas (d.1437) by William Hunt 534326Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 32 Langley, Thomas (d.1437)William
    379 bytes (1,163 words) - 21:57, 11 January 2013
  • church. The religious concerned here, were the Prioress of Carrow, the Abbots of Langley and Wendling, the Dean of the chapel in the Field, and the Prior of
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  • List of Works Chiefly Consulted Abbot—Booth Borck—Cogswell Cohen—Duval Dwight—Gram Gray—Houghton Howard—Langley Langmaid—Mercer Mercier—Pepper Percival—Sarrazin
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  • monks, was taxed at 12s. to each tenth, for his temporals here. The Abbot of Langley for his at 6d. The Prior of Norwich at 16d. 0b. and the whole parish
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