Copley

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Copley Society Of Art
... The Copley Society of art is America's oldest non-profit art association ... The Society is named after the renowned John Singleton Copley ... of the Boston School of painters exhibit at the Copley Society of Art, along with Guild Of Boston Artists a few doors down from the Copley Society of Art's Newbury Street location ...
Copley Railway Station
... Copley railway station was a railway station that served the village of Copley in West Yorkshire, England ... Parade Greetland Shaw Syke Rochdale Road Halt Copley West Vale Stainland and Holywell Green Sowerby Bridge Watson's Crossing Halt Luddendenfoot Triangle ...
Copley Baronets of Sprotbrough, Yorks
1661 creation in the Baronetage of England) Sir Godfrey Copley, 1st Baronet {21 Feb 1623 - 21 Feb 1678) Sir Godfrey Copley, 2nd Baronet (c.1653 - 9 Apr 1709) - FRS, MP for Aldborough 1679-168 ...
Copley Baronets
... The Copley baronetcy was first created for Godfrey Copley in 1661 ... His son Sir Godfrey Copley, 2nd Baronet, High Sheriff for 1677 and whose bequest to the Royal Society financed the Copley Medal, left no male heir and the first creation ... son Joseph Moyle, who was Clerk of the Signet, changed his surname to Copley by Act of Parliament on inheriting the Sprotbrough estate in 1766 and was created a baronet in 1778 ...
Copley, Greater Manchester
... Copley is an area of the town of Stalybridge, which lies at the foot of the Pennines, 8 miles east of Manchester in Greater Manchester, England ...