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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 Derbyshire 7915461911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 — Derbyshire DERBYSHIRE, a north midland county of England
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  • 1833279Q6790403Matthew Derbyshire MannMatthew DerbyshireMannMann,_Matthew Derbyshire18441921American physician “Park, Roswell,” American Medical Biographies
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  • and Derbyshire. The Goyt has its source a very little further north, at the base of the same hill, and, taking a N.N.E. direction, divides Derbyshire and
    650 bytes (4,074 words) - 22:46, 31 August 2014
  • _John17211819English Methodist preacher and hymnist from Brailsford, Derbyshire. Principal of Greenwich Royal Park Academy. "Hail, Thou Once Despised
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  • by José P. Rizal, translated by Charles Derbyshire 507622Noli Me TangereJosé P. RizalCharles Derbyshire1887 Translator's Introduction: Section
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  • Elizabeth, a very rich Derbyshire heiress, daughter of John Hardwick of Hardwick, Derbyshire, and widow of Robert Barley of Barley, Derbyshire. The last marriage
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  • Canals, and Railways, of Great Britain by Joseph Priestley Derwent River, Derbyshire 1410649Historical Account of the Navigable Rivers, Canals, and Railways
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  • Martha, daughter of Thomas Sheldon. In early life he lived at Duffield, Derbyshire, and was taught by his father. Before he was twenty-one he had learnt
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  • OTEFIELD, JOHN (1627?–1682), ejected minister, was born near Chesterfield, Derbyshire, about 1627. He was educated at the grammar school of Bromfield, Cumberland
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  • Cooper1886 BLORE, THOMAS (1704–1818), topographer, born at Ashborne, Derbyshire, 1 Dec. 1764, received his education at the grammar school there, and
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  • BATEMAN, THOMAS (1821–1861), archæologist, born 8 Nov. 1821 at Rowsley, Derbyshire, was the only son of William Bateman, of Middleton by Youlgrave, in the
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  • 1633–1658), poet, was a native of Swarston, a village on the Trent, in Derbyshire. This we learn from one of his own epigrams, and from Sir Aston Cokaine's
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  • Sir JOHN (1593–1671), parliamentarian, son of Thomas Gell of Hopton, Derbyshire, and Millicent, daughter of Ralph Sacheverell, was born 22 June 1593.
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  • Maidstone Museum, Public Library and Art Gallery in 1881-1901; b. Brailsford, Derbyshire, son of Charles JAMES, schoolmaster and organist and Anne Mary MILLER
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  • at Castleton Folk-Lore 12 (1901) 394-428 Guising and Mumming in Derbyshire, Derbyshire Archaeology and Natural History Society Journal 29 (1907), 31-42
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  • Peak Minstrel, born on 28 Nov. 1750, near Abney, in the parish of Eyam, Derbyshire, was son of a carpenter, and, after attending a dame's school, worked
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  • Cambridge, but the college is not specified. He became vicar of Pentrich, Derbyshire, in 1650, succeeding John Chapman (d. 1 Nov. 1652), who had been sequestered
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  • Victoria County Historynexshepr1543  (2010)  686688Victoria County Historynexshepr15432010 Herbert Arthur Doubleday (1867-1941); William Page
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  • MANLOVE, EDWARD (fl. 1667), poet, a lawyer residing at Ashbourne in Derbyshire, published a rhymed chronicle of the ‘Liberties and Customs of the Lead
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  • Richard May, recorder of and member for Chichester.' Grey died at Risley, Derbyshire, in June or July 1702 (Luttrell, Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs
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