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... list of people who have served as Deputy Lieutenant of County Durham 21 January 1874 Thomas Wood 13 March 1874 The Hon ... Atholl Charles John Liddell 17 March 1874 Sir Thomas Richardson 2 March 1876 James John Allison 30 November 1877 Lt.-Col ... John Joicey 16 February 1880 Sir William Eden, Bart ...
... Sir Thomas Penistone subsequently settled in Cornwell, Oxfordshire, and sometime after 1622, he married again, to Elizabeth Watson, daughter of Sir Thomas Watson and widow of Sir William ... The Earl claimed that Sir Thomas bullied him into marrying his guardian's daughter - Lucy Dutton ... Sir Thomas married a third time to Anne, the fourth daughter of Sir William Stonhouse, 1st Bart ...
... Talbot John Talbot is the son of Sir John Talbot ... Sir John Talbot (hist) is the leader of the English forces in France, and therefore the chief enemy of Joan, in Henry VI, Part 1 ... Thomas Friar Thomas leads an order of friars, and assists Vincentio to disguise himself as a friar, in Measure for Measure ...
... Leonard Calvert 2 ... Thomas Greene 3 ... William Stone 4 ... Lieutenant-General Josias Fendall 5 ... The Hon. 6 ... Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore 7 ... Jesse Wharton 8 ... Thomas Notley 9 ... Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore 1679 1684. 5th Baron Baltimore 7 ... Samuel Ogle 8 ... Sir Thomas Bladen 1742 1746/47 9 Samuel Ogle 1746/47 10 ... Benjamin Tasker 11 ... Horatio Sharpe 1753 1769 ...
... Sir Thomas Gascoigne, 8th Baronet (7 March 1745 – 11 February 1810) was born in Cambrai, the third son of Sir Edward Gascoigne, 6th Baronet and a member of the ... He was a keen breeder and trainer of horses and with Sir Thomas Stapleton won the St ... and secondly Mary, the daughter of James Shuttleworth of Gawthorp and widow of Sir Charles Turner, 1st Baronet, of Kirkleatham ...
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