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Joseph Dobson – Mormon pioneer
Joseph Dobson – Mormon pioneer
 
 
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Joshua Margerison autobiography 'My Life'
Joshua Margerison autobiography "My Life"
also see http://goo.gl/O1sWud 
 
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Karl Friedrich Ludwig Gustav Victor Stromeyer
Karl Friedrich Ludwig Gustav Victor Stromeyer
Outline descendant report 
 
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Lamplugh family in New Zealand
notes by Shona Roberts about Edmund Lamplugh, his daughter Margaret Lamplugh and their descendants
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Lamplughs of Lamplugh ancestry - Burke's
Lamplughs of Lamplugh ancestry - Burke's
 
 
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Leonard Gale - history
Leonard Gale - history
 
 
57
Lilias Blackett Jeffries MD, obituary
Lilias Blackett Jeffries MD, obituary
 
 
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Lt Gen Sir William Congreve (1743-1814)
Lt Gen Sir William Congreve (1743-1814)
history [fragment] found on the Web 
 
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Magnus Eunson - smuggler cum preacher
Magnus Eunson - smuggler cum preacher
The northernmost whisky distillery in the world, Highland Park is situated on the island of Orkney to the west of Kirkwall. The name ‘Highland Park’ originates from the rise of hills above Kirkwall, Orkneys capital, which were known as High Park. It is in these hills, in 1798, that Magnus Eunson first started distilling whisky albeit illegally.  
 
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Major-Gen Sir Thomas Handasyd history
Major-Gen Sir Thomas Handasyd history
 
 
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Margerison houses
Margerison houses
William McKune and Joshua Margerison, Arkwright House and Swillbrook House 
 
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Margerison soap collection
Margerison soap collection
also see http://goo.gl/O1sWud 
 
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Martha Thompson
Martha Thompson
notes on first woman Methodist preacher in Preston 
 
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Mary Leakey: Unearthing History
Mary Leakey: Unearthing History
 
 
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Meath Baker history notes
Meath Baker history notes
see also Wikipedia http://goo.gl/cyv8pE 
 
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Metford Warner - wallpaper king
Metford Warner - wallpaper king
 
 
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Miles Ainscough Seed - a brief biography
Miles Ainscough Seed - a brief biography
 
 
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Mr Benjamin Brooksbank schoolmaster
Mr Benjamin Brooksbank schoolmaster
 
 
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notes on Sarah Kirkland
notes on Sarah Kirkland
 
 
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Notes on the life of Stamp Brooksbank MP
Notes on the life of Stamp Brooksbank MP
 
 
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Obituary
Obituary
British Medical Journal 13 April 1963 
 
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Obituary of Col Edward Warner
Obituary of Col Edward Warner
"Death of Colonel Warner in the Queen's Prison. Yesterday evening an inquest was taken by Mr. J. H. Payne, deputy coroner, in the Queen's Prison, on view of the body of Colonel Edward Warner, aged 74, late of the 25th Foot (the Cameronians), who died there under the following circumstances, having been an inmate of the prison since the 22d of February, 1848, when he was received on account of a debt. " 
 
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Perry
Perry
 
 
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Peter Kennedy (1799-1882)
Peter Kennedy (1799-1882)
a short history 
 
75
Poulett Warner – a short history
Poulett Warner – a short history
 
 
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recollections about Annie Mariah
recollections about Annie Mariah
 
 
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Rev Alfred Jones
Rev Alfred Jones
chaplain and headmaster of Aske’s Hospital, Hoxton 
 
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Rev John Penrose heritage
Rev John Penrose heritage
The Rev. John Penrose (1713-1776) was the gifted son of an Exeter tailor. He graduated from Exeter College Oxford and took holy orders.
In 1737 he married Elizabeth Vinnicombe, the daughter of a priest-vicar of Exeter Cathedral.
In 1741 he was appointed Vicar of St Gluvias, a parish adjacent to Penryn in Cornwall.
He was a friend of the noted Anglican reformer, Samuel Walker, and a member of his “Parson’s Club”. The efforts of Samuel Walker and John Wesley are credited with the 18th Century Cornish Revival which radically changed the moral and spiritual life of Cornwall.
This booklet traces the descendants of John and Elizabeth to 2000 
 
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Richard Cowley Powles 1819-1901 biog
Richard Cowley Powles 1819-1901 biog
 
 
80
Ronald Thomas "Ronnie" Reed
from radio boffin to master spy
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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short history of Rev Lamplugh Wickham and others
short history of Rev Lamplugh Wickham and others
 
 
82
Sir Peter Fairbairn - a short history
Sir Peter Fairbairn - a short history
 
 
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Slip of the pen?
Slip of the pen?
The Birchenough line hangs on a slender thread; it could so easily have been Birchall or Poole. 
 
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Some portraits at Dovenby Hall
Some portraits at Dovenby Hall
by A R Jabez-Smith, read by him in Rydal Church, 12 July 1963 
 
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Stephen Poyntz biography
Stephen Poyntz biography
 
 
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Survivors of the Titanic on board the Carpathia
Survivors of the Titanic on board the Carpathia
Laura Francatelli (circled right) stands next to her employers Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon and his wife Lady Lucy Christiana (to her right) 
 
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The Birchenoughs of Sandbach – a brief history
The Birchenoughs of Sandbach – a brief history
 
 
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The Bonds of Clapham
The Bonds of Clapham
 
 
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THE BROOKSBANK FAMILY of Elland, Hackney 
and Healaugh
THE BROOKSBANK FAMILY of Elland, Hackney and Healaugh
by W F Seals
 
 
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The Chadwicks of Bury - tinsmiths of Silver Street
The Chadwicks of Bury - tinsmiths of Silver Street
 
 
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The Clitherows of Boston Manor
The Clitherows of Boston Manor
 
 
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The Cowards of March
The Cowards of March
an unfinished history 
 
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The diary of Philippa Brooksbank
The diary of Philippa Brooksbank
This charming diary was started in 1781 by Philippa Clitherow, daughter of Col James Clitherow, when she was 21 and not yet married to Benjamin Brooksbank (BB). She had only just met with the ‘very lively and agreeable young Mr Brooksbank’. The most frequent trips are between her ancestral home at Boston Manor (pictured), now a tube stop on the Heathrow line, and what was to become the Brooksbank’s ancestral home at Healaugh.  
 
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The Evanson family
The Evanson family
 
 
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The Lamplugh Family of Cumberland - Section 4
The Lamplugh Family of Cumberland - Section 4
by Rev S Taylor 
 
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The Lamplughs of Cockermouth by A. R. Jabez-Smith
The Lamplughs of Cockermouth by A. R. Jabez-Smith
 
 
97
The Lucrafts – wood carvers extraordinaire
The Lucrafts – wood carvers extraordinaire
 
 
98
The remarkable life of George Watson Dobson
The remarkable life of George Watson Dobson
 
 
99
The rise of Mrs Neunberg
The rise of Mrs Neunberg
 
 
100
Thomas Alcock family grave
Thomas Alcock family grave
 
 

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