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  • 1885-1900, Volume 10 Chesham, Francis by Lionel Henry Cust 1357594Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 10 Chesham, FrancisLionel Henry
    317 bytes (269 words) - 16:42, 4 August 2012
  • (1774-1830) Cherry, Andrew Cherry, Francis Chertsey, Andrew Cheselden, William Chesham, Francis Cheshire, John Chesney, Charles Cornwallis Chesney, Francis Rawdon
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  • Andrea Casanova, Francis Cassie, James Chatfield, Edward Cheere, Henry Chesham, Francis Childe, Elias Childe, James Warren Christmas, Gerard Clarke, George
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  • Temple 9 Jan., 1868 (then aged 33), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1870 (elder son of John Simon, late of Chesham, Bucks, and Stockland, Devon); born , 1835.
    475 bytes (57 words) - 21:04, 24 March 2011
  • (eldest son of Andrew Lawrie, of London, banker); born , 1856. Mount Mascall, Bexley, S.E.; 1, Chesham Place, S.W.; 10, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.
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  • Daniel settled at Chesham, Buckinghamshire, in 1685, and wrote in 1725 the ‘Memoir of the Life’ of his father. He died at Chesham on 16 Feb. 1727, having
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  • Lord Protector.’ Leaving the army he became ‘a haberdasher of hats’ at Chesham, Buckinghamshire; but he shut up his shop in 1651, and ‘sold a considerable
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  • she died , 1855, leaving issue. West Broyle, Chichester, Sussex; 26, Chesham Place, Belgrave Square, S.W.; 10, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.; Union
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  • WILLIAM (d. 1696), nonconformist divine, was at one time minister of Chesham, and subsequently of Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire. Granger (Biog. Hist.
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  • of the iron works in Coalbrookdale, by J. Fittler, Wilson Lowry, and F. Chesham, and two views of Windsor Castle, one with the royal family on the terrace
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  • Cathedral. Dr. Boultbee died at Bournemouth on 30 Jan. 1884, and was buried at Chesham, Buckinghamshire, of which, his youngest son was vicar. Besides a few sermons
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  • Chesham, Francis
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  • in the West Indies, 12 April 1782. This was engraved in line by Francis Chesham, and published 1 March 1784, the society subscribing ten guineas towards
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  • close personal friend of Disraeli, died on Monday at Little Peatling, Chesham Bois, in his 91st year. The third son of the Rev. Henry Kebbel, vicar of
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  • the Preceptory of Eagle. By his wife Jane, daughter of John Cheyney of Chesham Bois, Buckinghamshire, he had issue four sons one of whom, Edmund, is noticed
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  • to England in 1724, and was at once called by the independent church at Chesham, Buckinghamshire, where he was ordained on 25 April 1725. He removed to
    368 bytes (241 words) - 21:09, 27 January 2013
  • Cheverus — Chicane Chicheley — Chilblains Child — Chiloé Cheselden, William Chesham Cheshire Cheshunt Chesil Bank Chesnelong, Pierre Charles Chesney, Charles
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  • the Chiltern Hills. The form of the whole of the hilly district round Chesham, High Wycombe and the Chalfonts is determined by the Chalk. Reading beds
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  • damaged fragments survive. Peckham married Ann, daughter of John Cheyne of Chesham-Bois, Buckinghamshire. She was buried at Denham on 27 May 1570. By her
    310 bytes (814 words) - 19:21, 25 July 2011
  • son of Sir Edmund Molyneux [q. v.] by Jane, daughter of John Cheney of Chesham Bois, Buckinghamshire (Gisbourne Molineux, Memoir of the Moltneux Family
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