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  • Liveryman of the Cutlers' Company. 1881. CROYDON: PRINTED BY JESSE W. WARD, AT THE "CROYDON ADVERTISER" OFFICES, 14 & 15, KATHARINE STREET.
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  • accoucheur at St. Thomas's Hospital, he commenced general practice at Croydon in 1852. In 1865 he graduated M.B. and in 1859 M.D. at the London University
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  • Trinity at Croydon, Surrey, founded by Archbishop Whitgift. This office he held till 1675, when the following entry appears in the Croydon parish register :—'
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  • and may be sent to VLADIMIR TCHERTKOFF, Broomfield, Duppas Hill, CROYDON.       The profits from this edition will he added to the general fund
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  • College previously. He was admitted D.D. 2 June 1522, and became vicar of Croydon in the same year. Philips took a prominent part in convocation in 1523
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  • minister of the Hope Street Unitarian Chapel, Liverpool, and then removed to Croydon, where, after officiating as substitute for the Rev. R. R. Suffield [q
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  • attacked by a fever, from which he never thoroughly recovered. He retired to Croydon House, and seems to have paid little attention to public business. His
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  • magistrates' office, which was crowded with spectators. The witnesses from Croydon who were summoned since the last hearing of the case were in attendance
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  • years chairman of the Croydon local board of health. He was elected F.R.S. on 10 March 1842. He died at his house, Waldronhurst, Croydon, on 8 March 1878.
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  • carried on a disputation with Jeremiah Ives [q. v.] in the market-place at Croydon. On 4 March 1683, Horselydown meeting having been closed by the magistrates'
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  • the archbishop's chapel at Croydon into a kitchen; also to swallow up that palace and lands at a morsel.' He died at Croydon on 7 April 1661. His body
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  • and commissary of the faculties. He died on 3 April 1608 at Waddon, near Croydon, Surrey, where he leased a farm from George and John Whitgift (Probate
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  • Colonial Surgeon of Van Diemen's Land in 1841-2. Subsequently he practised at Croydon, in Surrey, and in London. In 1854 he set up as an oculist and aurist in
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  • at the mouth of the Ravensbourne, on the Croydon and Greenwich railways, and at the junction of the Croydon and Surrey canals, 3 m. S. E. of London bridge
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  • Lady Frances Howard against the earl of Essex, and again in 1618 when, at Croydon, he forbade the reading of the declaration permitting Sunday sports. He
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  • confidence. The archbishop died of bronchitis at Addington Park, near Croydon, on 27 Oct. 1868, and was buried in Addington parish churchyard on 3 Nov
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  • London, worked under Astley Cooper, and in 1808 began general practice at Croydon, Surrey. He also wrote in the ‘London Medical Record,’ and married the
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  • them was only terminated by his death, which took place at Reedham, near Croydon, 3 July 1884. In 1876 he was appointed chairman of the Congregational Union
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  • the bar 21 June, 1882 (7th son of Henry Thomas Lambert, of Anerley, Surrey, gent.); born , . 3, Addiscombe Villas, Croydon; 4, Temple Gardens, E.C.
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  • physician, son of John Greaves, rector of Colemore, Hampshire, was born at Croydon, Surrey, in 1608. He studied at Oxford, and was elected a fellow of All
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