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  • fragments of walls remain. The name of the town is Great Berkhampstead (or Berkhamsted), in distinction from Little Berkhampstead near Hatfield in this county
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  • Edition of 1905. See also Berkhamsted on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.
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  • counties, and among other marks of the king's favour received grants of Berkhamsted and Queenhythe. He was confirmed in his office, and evidently lived on
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  • the Institut de France. He was created a K.C.B. in 1892. He died at Berkhamsted on the 31st of May 1908. His eldest son, Arthur John Evans, born in 1851
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  • twenty-three years chairman of Berkhamsted school. In 1905 Sir John built a house, Britwell, on the edge of Berkhamsted Common, removing from Nash Mills
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  • sisters was Grace Kennedy [q. v.] Kennedy was educated at Edinburgh, at Berkhamsted, and finally at Monmouth, and was noted in youth for his studious habits
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  • who resided with her son the second Earl Brownlow at Ashridge Park, Berkhamsted. Lord Brownlow provided him in 1862 with a house on his estate, called
    344 bytes (1,736 words) - 03:27, 17 August 2013
  • Trade under the Electric Lighting Acts 1882 and 1888 relating to Great Berkhamsted and Northchurch Great Crosby and Waterloo Margate and Pembroke Township
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  • its gild the governors. One of the latest of great schools, that of Berkhamsted, was founded by John Incent, dean of St Paul's, in 1541; while archbishop
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  • borough of Hemel Hempstead; the urban districts of Berkhamsted and Tring; the rural districts of Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead; in the rural district of
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  • Trade under the ESectric Lighting Acts 1882 and 1888 relating to Great Berkhamsted and Northchurch Great Crosby and Waterloo Margate and Pembroke Township
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  • the other two parts to an Abbey of his own foundation at Ashrug near Berkhamsted.—Hollinshed, vol. ii. p. 275.' The Legend says that the holy blood was
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  • Ashridge,) in Buckinghamshire, and is buried under a noble monument in Berkhamsted church in that county, leaving it to Sir Thomas Cornwaleys, Knt. his
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