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  • 3124Q217314Johnny Reid EdwardsJohnny ReidEdwardsEdwards,_Johnny ReidJohn Edwards, official Senate photo portrait.jpg1953 2004 Vice-Presidential Debate
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  • Benjamin F. Gue John Edwards 220811History of Iowa From the Earliest Times to the Beginning of the Twentieth Century/Volume 4 — John EdwardsBenjamin F
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  • Eastman Ariel K. Eaton Willard L. Eaton Ezra C. Ebersole John Edwards Joseph Eiboeck John D. Elbert John A. Elliott Washington L. Elliott Lyman A. Ellis Charles
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  • (16th cent.) Edmunds, John Edwards, Thomas (1729-1785) Elsynge, Henry Greaves, John Greaves, Thomas (1612-1676) Griffith, John (fl.1553) Grinfield, Edward
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  • knighted in 1869, and married, as his second wife, Agnes, third daughter of John Edwards, of Fairlawn House, Hammersmith, near London, who survived him, and died
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  • Volume 17 Edwards, John (1637-1716) by Charles John Robinson 739062Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 17 Edwards, John (1637-1716)Charles
    386 bytes (1,235 words) - 19:39, 1 February 2011
  • Volume 17 Edwards, John (1747-1792) by Rees M. Jenkin Jones 739458Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 17 Edwards, John (1747-1792)Rees
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  • was steward of the Isle of Wight, and of Jane, youngest daughter of John Edwards, curate of Newport. Richard Clarke Sewell (1803–1864) [q. v.], Dr. James
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  • at Sydney (she died in 1857); and, secondly, Agnes, third daughter of John Edwards of Fairlawn House, Hammersmith, London. She died February 1890. A son
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  • Elizabeth Drage, otherwise Goche, who was probably the sister of ‘my brother John Edwards of Baldock,’ Hertfordshire (Reg. in P. C. C. 31, Coke). He left issue
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  • have taken place in or after that year. He married Anna, daughter of John Edwards of Great Nesse, by whom he had one son, Samuel, who graduated at Christ
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  • O'Byrne EDWARDS. (Commander, 1841.) Nathaniel Frederick Edwards is son of the late John Edwards, Esq., of Worting House, Hants. This officer entered the
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  • EDWARDS. (Lieutenant, 1841) Rowland Edwards, born in 1813, is third son of John Edwards, Esq., of the Hall, Great Ness, near Shrewsbury, a Magistrate and Deputy-Lieutenant
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  • Thomas Sewell, solicitor, of Newport, by his wife Jane, daughter of Rev. John Edwards, curate of Newport. He was one of a family of twelve, which included
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  • was published at Montrose, 1803, 12mo. It was translated into Welsh by John Edwards, a sequestered clergyman; his dedication is dated 20 July 1650; later
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  • Hon: Sir John Edwards, General Sir Stanley De Burg Edwards, Stephen Meredyth Edwards, Lt-Genl Sir James Beven Edwards, Col John Burnard Edwards, Lt. Col
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  • John Edwards
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  • John Edwards
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  • on the subject of the Riots at Birmingham,’ 1792 8vo (replied to by John Edwards, Priestley’s colleague, in ‘Letters to the British Nation,’ part iv.
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  • violently attacked by a Rev. John Edwards as Socinian. Locke replied with a 'Vindication' of his essay, to which Edwards answered in a tract entitled
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