John Spencer

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Crucible Curse - Pre-Crucible
... Of all first-time world champions, only Joe Davis, his brother Fred and John Pulman retained their title at the next World Championship, Joe in 1928, Fred in 1949 and ... Additionally, Ray Reardon, Alex Higgins and John Spencer won the World Championship before it was moved to the Crucible, but they all failed to ... Defending Champion Progress Result Opponent Ref 1970 John Spencer Semi-finals 33–37 Ray Reardon 1971 Ray Reardon Semi-finals 15–34 John Spencer 1973 Alex Higgins Semi-finals 9–23 Eddie Charlton ...
John Spencer, 1st Earl Spencer - Bibliography
... Spencer, Charles (1999) ... Althorp The Story of an English House ...
Giles Alington, Lord Of Horseheath - Marriages
... (1520–1552), and a daughter who married John Spencer of Althorp ... his Daughter which God is my witness I concluded and made with Sir John Spencer, rather for the goodwill and affection I bore unto him than for the profit...and could ... Sir John Spencer was left his "best gowne of velvett furred with marteins" provided he ceased pressure for more than Sir Giles thought "kindlie and frindlie ...
Spencer Baronets
... There have been two baronetcies created for members of the Spencer family ... The Baronetcy of Spencer of Yarnton was created on 29 June 1611 in the Baronetage of England for Thomas Spencer, Member of Parliament for Woodstock 1604-11, son of ... The Baronetcy of Spencer of Offley was created on 14 March 1627 for John Spencer of Offley Place, Great Offley, Hertfordshire, the son of Sir Richard Spencer, the fourth son of Sir ...
1981 Masters (snooker) - Main Draw
... Griffiths 5 Fred Davis 5 Fred Davis 2 Kirk Stevens 4 Terry Griffiths 6 John Spencer 5 Ray Reardon 1 Dennis Taylor 2 John Spencer 5 John Spencer 5 Terry Griffiths 6 Alex Higgins ...

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