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Richard Bere (Blessed)

                                               

Thomas Bosgrave

                                               

John Davy (Blessed)

                                               

Roger Dicconson

                                               

Douai Martyrs

The Douai Martyrs is a name applied by the Roman Catholic Church to 158 Catholic priests trained in the English College at Douai, France, who were executed by the English state between 1577 and 1680.

                                               

Edward Fulthrop

                                               

Thomas Green (Blessed)

                                               

William Greenwood (Blessed)

                                               

Thomas Hemerford

                                               

William Horne (Blessed)

                                               

Roger James (Blessed)

                                               

Richard Kirkman

                                               

John Munden (martyr)

                                               

Walter Pierson (Blessed)

                                               

Thomas Plumtree

                                               

Thomas Redyng (Blessed)

                                               

John Rugg

                                               

Patrick Salmon (martyr)

                                               

Robert Salt

                                               

Thomas Scryven (Blessed)

                                               

Edward Shelley

                                               

Robert Sutton (d. 1588)

                                               

John Thorne (Blessed)

                                               

James Walworth (Blessed)

                                               

Robert Watkinson

                                               

John Resby

                                               

Roger Acton

                                               

Laura Checkley

Laura Checkley is an English actress known for playing the regular character Louise throughout three series of Detectorists on BBC Four, Monica in Action Team on ITV2, and Terri King, wife of the titular character played by Tom Davis, in the BBC ...

                                               

Harry Collett

Harry Collett is a British actor from Essex. Collett is mostly known for his roles on the TV series Casualty, and the films Dunkirk and Dolittle.

                                               

David Pugh (actor)

David Pugh is an English actor, who is perhaps best known for playing Billy in the episode "Two of a Kind" of the first series of the British television series The Adventures of Black Beauty, premiered on 24 February 1973. He starred in film Dire ...

                                               

English screen actor stubs

                                               

Peerage of England earl stubs

                                               

Peerage of England viscount stubs

                                               

William de Gruttleworth

Was Vicar of St. Mary Ashby Magna, Leicester. Introduced the post of vicar of St. Virgin Mary, Aylesbury in may 1324 Robert De Baldock, Prebendary of Aylesbury after the swap with Ralph de Lutterworth. He seems to have resigned, sometimes there a ...

                                               

Henry (Archdeacon of Lewes)

                                               

William Shaw (minister)

William Shaw was a minister in the Christian Church. He was born in Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire, England and founded the town of Barton, Maryland in the United States in 1794.

                                               

William Sturrock

                                               

William de Uffington

In 1288 William de Uffington is recorded as presenting the post of Vicar of St Nicholas Church in Pilton, Rutland to Robert de Pilton, and presenting it again in 1309. Was appointed as vicar of St. Virgin Mary, Aylesbury in may 1315, may, Richard ...

                                               

English bishop stubs

                                               

John Best (badminton)

                                               

Bessie Staples

Staples was a winner of the All England Open Badminton Championships. She won the mixed doubles in the 1939 All England Badminton Championships. After his marriage James Shearlaw in 1945, she participated in the marriage and won the Open champion ...

                                               

English athletics biography stubs

                                               

English auto racing biography stubs

                                               

English boxing biography stubs

                                               

English cycling biography stubs

                                               

English field hockey biography stubs

                                               

English motorcycle racing biography stubs

                                               

English rowing biography stubs

                                               

English rugby league biography stubs

                                               

English rugby union biography stubs

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