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Sir Thomas Penyston, 1st Baronet - Marriage To Martha Temple
... In 1611, shortly after moving to Chadwell, Sir Alexander was able to recover the manor of Leigh (in Iden in the county of Sussex) on behalf of his stepson ... Sir Alexander also helped Thomas in his claim for land in Wales ... Alexander obtained a warrant from Robert Cecil to deal “impartially” with the matter ...
List Of Knights Grand Cross Of The Order Of The British Empire - 1920s
1920 Sir Alexander Gibb, Sir Percy Bates, 4th Baronet, Herbert Samuel, The Viscount Chilston, Sir Robert Kindersley, Sir Henry Babington Smith, Sir Alexander Baird, 1st Baronet, The Earl of Meath ...
Leith, Later Leith-Buchanan Baronets, of Burgh St Peter (1775)
... Sir Alexander Leith, 1st Baronet (1741–1780) Sir George Alexander William Leith, 2nd Baronet (c. 1765-1842) Sir Alexander William Wellesley Leith, 3rd Baronet (1806–1842) Sir George Hector Leith-Buchanan, 4th Baronet (1833–1903) Sir Alexander ...
Alexander Binnie
... Sir Alexander Richardson Binnie (1839–1917) was a civil engineer responsible for several major engineering projects, including several associated with crossings of the ... He also designed, with Sir Benjamin Baker, major parts of London's drainage system, including east London sewage treatment works at Crossness and Barking on the ... Sir William Halcrow, Sir Alexander Gibb), Binnie founded a firm under his name, which his son William took over on his father's retirement ...
Sir Alexander Matheson, 3rd Baronet
... Sir Alexander Perceval Matheson, 3rd Baronet (6 February 1861 – 7 August 1929) was an English-born Australian politician ... Born in Mayfair, London, he was the son of Sir Alexander Matheson, 1st Baronet, a Scottish member of the House of Commons ...

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