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  • Duke of Buckinghamshire 2073096Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume IV — John Sheffield, Duke of Buckinghamshire BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, John
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  • County History]] [[../../|Buckinghamshire]] Paleontology 1460579[[../../../|Victoria County History]] [[../../|Buckinghamshire]] — Paleontology PALÆONTOLOGY
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  • Britannica, Volume 4 Buckinghamshire, Earls of 741481911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Buckinghamshire, Earls of BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, EARLS OF. The
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 Buckinghamshire 741491911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Buckinghamshire BUCKINGHAMSHIRE (abbreviated Bucks) a south
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  • John (1694?-1756)James Williams1891 HOBART, JOHN, first Earl of Buckinghamshire (1694?–1756), son of Sir Henry Hobart, fourth baronet, who was killed
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  • Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Eburton. His family was connected with Buckinghamshire, and he acquired a house and estate at Denham in that county. At an
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  • Edition, Volume IV — County of Buckingham BUCKINGHAM, County of, Buckinghamshire, or Bucks, an inland county of England, between 51 25 and 52 10 K lat
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  • son of Sir Francis Goodwin, knt. (1564–1634), of Upper Winchendon, Buckinghamshire, by his wife, Elizabeth (d. 1630), daughter of Lord Grey de Wilton
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  • of Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire. Granger (Biog. Hist. iii. 336) says he was ejected in 1662, but his name (see Lipscomb, Buckinghamshire, iii. 322) appears
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  • and afterwards to a private seminary at Bierton, near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. In 1766 he was admitted at Eton on the foundation, and in 1773 was
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  • JOHN, second Earl of Buckinghamshire (1723–1793), lord-lieutenant of Ireland, second son of John, first earl of Buckinghamshire [q. v.], by his first
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  • GeorgeWilliam Arthur Jobson Archbold1891 HOBART, GEORGE, third Earl of Buckinghamshire (1732–1804), eldest son of John, first earl [q. v.], by his second
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  • regicide, baptised at Dinton, Buckinghamshire, 17 Feb. 1611–12, was the son and heir of Simon Mayne of Dinton Hall, Buckinghamshire, who died 13 July 1617,
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  • Chiltern parts of Buckinghamshire; and in an ordinance of 27 June 1644 the name of Fleetwood appears in the list of the Buckinghamshire committee (Husband
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  • 1801), by Mary, daughter of John Higginson, was born at Great Marlow, Buckinghamshire, on 10 May 1769, and baptised on 8 June following. He entered Eton
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  • Buckingham may refer to: The county of Buckingham in England, also known as Buckinghamshire or Bucks. The town of Buckingham in its eponymous county; George Villiers
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  • THOMAS (1594–1672), judge, third son of Sir Edward Tyrrell of Thornton, Buckinghamshire, by his second wife, Margaret, third daughter of John Aston of Aston
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  • parliament called by James II he was returned as one of the knights for Buckinghamshire, sitting by his courtesy title of Viscount Brackley. In 1686 he succeeded
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  • resigned on 27 July 1719 for the well-endowed rectory of Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire. Meanwhile he had accumulated his degrees in divinity, proceeding D
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  • origin of the earldom of Buckingham (to be distinguished from that of Buckinghamshire, q.v.) is obscure. According to Mr J. H. Round (in G. E. C.'s Peerage
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