1. Q20722 Franca oficisto ĉe eldonejo, kaporalo, (1884 - 1914)
  2. Q27424 ruler of Cyprus from 1184 to 1191
  3. Q27871 Raja von Singapura 1362 bis 1375
  4. Q29081 Sultan of Brunei, ascended the throne in 1402 and died in 1425
  5. Q29081 Sultan von Brunei von 1402 bis 1425
  6. Q33040 rey de la taifa independiente de Lérida desde 1031 y posteriormente también de la de Zaragoza (1039-1047), y fundador de la dinastía Hudí en este reino
  7. Q34576 Yugoslav soldier (1919-1942)
  8. Q95825 Herr zu Werle-Goldberg (1316–1352)
  9. Q109586 Herr zu Werle-Goldberg (1350–1354)
  10. Q111752 Herr zu Werle-Güstrow (1337–1360)
  11. Q121219 Herr zu Mecklenburg (1264–1289)
  12. Q130264 Roi d'Angkor de 1001 à 1002
  13. Q135690 Roi de l'Empire khmer de 1107 à 1112
  14. Q278763 König von Schweden (etwa zwischen 1070 und 1075)
  15. Q288013 Sultan der Mamluken in Ägypten (1351–1354)
  16. Q288580 Sultan der Mamluken in Ägypten (1361–1363)
  17. Q330219 Chacham Baschi in Konstantinopel (1835–1839)
  18. Q400888 Scheich der Saadier in Marokko (1517–1544)
  19. Q426725 Romanian literary critic, playwright and philosopher (1905–1984)
  20. Q533305 Seigneur de Montpellier (1202-1204)
  21. Q573438 Herzog von Falkenberg (1313–1362/1365)
  22. Q624732 König von Burundi (1709–1739), Nachfolger von Ntare III. Rushatsi
  23. Q625601 king of Burundi from 1767 to 1796
  24. Q625601 roi du Burundi de 1767 à 1796
  25. Q625601 König von Burundi (1767-1796)
  26. Q625668 französisch-südafrikanischer Botaniker (1922–1996)
  27. Q794452 magyar író, humorista (1826–1857)
  28. Q794460 magyar költő, író, bíró, jogtudós (1819–1896)
  29. Q810166 Kreuzkantor (1586−1589)
  30. Q833003 Hungara verkisto, redaktoro, advokato (1845-1908)
  31. Q834690 festő, szobrász (1907–1992)
  32. Q849462 Hungarian doctor and journalist (1846-1909)
  33. Q879224 Souverain de l'Empire khmer de 1243 à 1295
  34. Q894477 Bischof von Sitten (1237–1243)
  35. Q906832 református lelkész (1708 körül–1782)
  36. Q962624 Hungara ĵurnalisto, verkisto (1882-1936)
  37. Q962652 Hungara tradukisto, pastro (1801-1892)
  38. Q994039 написанное в 1082 г. историческое сочинение монаха Бруно о восстании саксов против салической династии германских императоров в 1073-1075 гг.
  39. Q1002773 Hungara politikisto, historiisto (1819-1896)
  40. Q1010315 Graf im Hassegau (ab 991), Pfalzgraf von Sachsen (ab 1003), Graf von Merseburg (ab 1004) und kaiserlicher Vogt (ab 1012)
  41. Q1058198 Roi du Cambodge de 1516 à 1566
  42. Q1091003 Italian sculptor and architect, fl. Florence, 1382–1418
  43. Q1111759 rendőr vezérőrnagy (1922–2008)
  44. Q1111764 Kossuth-díjas magyar szobrászművész (1927–1997)
  45. Q1114983 magyar rabbi, történész (1841–1920)
  46. Q1120407 magyar grafikus (1942–1993)
  47. Q1127551 magyar Kossuth-díjas költő, író, műfordító, szerkesztő, a Digitális Irodalmi Akadémia alapító tagja (1927–2002)
  48. Q1173481 König von Makuria (etwa 1268–1272)
  49. Q1177016 1820–1849, magyar honvédtiszt
  50. Q1227996 magyar tanár (1715–1778)
  51. Q1235641 daughter of Isaac Komnenos (born 1175/1180)
  52. Q1244824 hegedűs, szaxofonos (1906-1968)
  53. Q1252247 Kronsoldat 1745 - 1801
  54. Q1287160 vanuatuischer Jurist, Diplomat, Journalist und Vorsitzender von AOSIS (1991–1994)
  55. Q1290097 (1907–1965), református lelkész
  56. Q1292457 Unknown Italian painter, active c.1365 - c. 1390
  57. Q1298826 magyar orvosdoktor, budapesti gyakorló orvos, belgyógyász, az MTA tagja (1881–1943)
  58. Q1301898 1645 (1642?)–1710, magyar katolikus főpap, veszprémi püspök, kalocsai érsek
  59. Q1301899 1918–1944, magyar politikus, katona
  60. Q1326096 spanischer Diplomat, Botschafter Spaniens im Vereinigten Königreich (1485–1489)
  61. Q1401757 gépészmérnök, a MÁV elnöke 1945–1950 között (1891–1950)
  62. Q1401766 magyar politikus, ügyvéd, író (1910–2003)
  63. Q1413964 britische Botanikerin und Forschungsreisende (1890–1970)
  64. Q1413964 British botanist and explorer (1890–1970)
  65. Q1413964 britische Botanikersch (1890–1970)
  66. Q1413964 brytyjska botanik (1890–1970)
  67. Q1413964 brit botanikus (1890–1970)
  68. Q1436398 Bürgermeister von Heilbronn (1552–1564)
  69. Q1457701 Graf von Sponheim (1398–1413)
  70. Q1535207 römisch-katholischer Geistlicher; Bischof von Lausanne (1220–1221); Erzbischof von Besançon (1221–1225)
  71. Q1542521 1571-1898
  72. Q1549799 Weihbischof in Köln (1352−1354), Titularbischof von Skopje
  73. Q1567352 actief 1410-1420 an de Oberrhein
  74. Q1587290 Graf von Kraiburg und Marquartstein (1256–1259); Graf von Werdenberg
  75. Q1685950 römisch-katholischer Geistlicher; Bischof von Lausanne (1433–1440); Bischof von Aosta (1440–1444)
  76. Q1696346 Liste enthält die Abgeordneten des australischen Repräsentantenhauses zwischen 2010 und 2013
  77. Q1719381 Chacham Baschi in Konstantinopel (1839–1841)
  78. Q1768040 US-amerikanischer Manager, Vorstandsvorsitzender von Texas Instruments (1958–1976)
  79. Q1818132 1897-1980
  80. Q1837586 1710-1765
  81. Q1850708 Reichstagsabgeordneten nach der Wahl zur Nationalversammlung 1919 und nach den Reichstagswahlen 1920 bis 1938
  82. Q1883230 1441-1490
  83. Q1905240 1360-1404
  84. Q1910184 1620-1679
  85. Q1924170 1500-1541
  86. Q1941061 1680-1740
  87. Q1960022 1420-1435
  88. Q1962292 1491-1544
  89. Q1975637 1491-1547
  90. Q1995129 Miss Aruba 2010, contestant in Miss Universe 2011 and Miss World 2011
  91. Q2032858 1705-1753
  92. Q2047549 1324-1349
  93. Q2069795 oidentifierad seriemördare i Austin, Texas, USA åren 1884-1885
  94. Q2069795 unidentified serial killer in Austin, Texas, USA between 1884-1885
  95. Q2073526 1619-1683
  96. Q2075896 príncipe-obispo del principado de Lieja de 1229 a 1238.
  97. Q2075896 príncep-bisbe del principat de Lieja des de 1229 a 1238.
  98. Q2076498 1482-1509
  99. Q2097624 homme politique nigérien, premier ministre du Niger entre le 2 octobre 2009 et le coup d'État de février 2010
  100. Q2106284 1840-1904
  101. Q2110894 1448-1482
  102. Q2126080 1749-1804
  103. Q2129770 1429-1522
  104. Q2143023 1510-1591
  105. Q2155929 1871-1928
  106. Q2155929 niederländischer Architekt (1871-1928)
  107. Q2173023 Abt des Klosters Admont (1171–1172)
  108. Q2196574 1726-1794
  109. Q2198000 1545-1573
  110. Q2210203 1786-1841
  111. Q2218755 1570-1640
  112. Q2222343 1347-1407
  113. Q2229418 1321-1406
  114. Q2235213 1550-1580
  115. Q2239677 1836-1889
  116. Q2248621 (ca. 1450-1517) heer van Neu-Assen, Mellrich, Hövestadt, Eggeringhausen en Pandheer van Stromberg
  117. Q2248683 1582-1616
  118. Q2260050 1525-1563
  119. Q2268364 1589?-1653
  120. Q2275916 1735-1784
  121. Q2299836 1807-1837
  122. Q2308024 1278-1283
  123. Q2325778 1583-1671
  124. Q2345552 Flemish nationalist (1883–1971)
  125. Q2353735 commandant militaire ottoman durant le règne du sultan Mehmet II ainsi que Grand vizir de 1453 à 1456
  126. Q2353735 Ottoman military commander 1446–1462(1469)?, 'kapudan pasha' and the highest military rank, grand vizier, during the reign of Sultan Mehmed II 'the Conqueror'
  127. Q2354296 1320-1371
  128. Q2362787 Bischof von Nowgorod (1035–1060)
  129. Q2367726 erste Fürst von Wolhynien (um 987–1008/1013)
  130. Q2373106 Roi du Cambodge de 1629 à 1632
  131. Q2415527 1026-1090
  132. Q2424090 1400-1454
  133. Q2430938 1570-1629
  134. Q2446688 1431-1483
  135. Q2449771 1489-1514
  136. Q2465582 1468-1538
  137. Q2468137 (ca. 1480-1556) heer van Neu-Assen en heer van Mellrich - zoon van Godhard I Kettler zu Neu-Assen (ca. 1450-1517) en Margaretha van Bronckhorst-Batenburg (1451-1505)
  138. Q2493536 Miss International 1960, pageant director and organizer of Binibining Pilipinas since 1964
  139. Q2493536 Miss Colombia 1959, Miss International 1960
  140. Q2553809 1397-1459
  141. Q2575901 Bischof von Havelberg (1220–1244)
  142. Q2593894 1472-1501
  143. Q2606834 1720-1811
  144. Q2613637 1712-1774
  145. Q2620646 1803-1873
  146. Q2637015 1884-1952
  147. Q2736132 príncipe-obispo de Lieja desde 1483 hasta su muerte, en 1505.
  148. Q2736132 príncep-bisbe del principat de Lieja des del 1483 fins a la seva mort, al 1505.
  149. Q2755836 1814-1878
  150. Q2820941 Zirid king of Granada (r. 1073-1090)
  151. Q2831164 1833-1902, French geologist
  152. Q2840568 King of Kongo 1568-1587
  153. Q2848342 artiste peintre français (1902-1984)
  154. Q2849237 Roi du Cambodge de 1700 à 1701 puis de 1710 à 1722 et enfin en 1729
  155. Q2849240 Roi du Cambodge de 1779 à 1796
  156. Q2853450 Officier des compagnies franches de la Marine (1734-1785)
  157. Q2854781 1334-1367
  158. Q2877550 US-amerikanischer Botaniker (1875–1962)
  159. Q2884749 souverain de l’Empire khmer de 1366 à 1373 ou de 1369 à 1378
  160. Q2884750 Souverain de l’Empire khmer de 1417 à 1421
  161. Q2895729 1722-1787
  162. Q2918593 österreichischer Botaniker (1887–1945)
  163. Q2918593 Austrian botanist (1887–1945)
  164. Q2918593 Botaniker ut Ööstriek (1887–1945)
  165. Q2919137 französischer Botaniker und Gärtner (1820–1891)
  166. Q2919137 French botanist and gardener (1820–1891)
  167. Q2919137 franzööschen Botaniker un Goorner (1820–1891)
  168. Q2920453 1935-2010
  169. Q2929101 1687-1767
  170. Q2938906 US-amerikanischer Herpetologe (1911–1974)
  171. Q2938906 American herpetologist (1911–1974)
  172. Q2938906 amerikaanschen Zoologen (1911–1974)
  173. Q2938906 amerikanischä Zoolooch (1911–1974)
  174. Q2959866 écrivain (1877-1914)
  175. Q2996501 Conxita Mora Jordana fut maire de la paroisse d'Andorre-la-Vieille de 1999 à 2003
  176. Q3003988 (1546-1561) Nkumbi Mpudi a Nzinga, rei do Congo
  177. Q3011528 roi du Royaume bambara de Ségou de 1808 à 1827
  178. Q3012909 Roi du Cambodge de 1504 à 1512
  179. Q3020010 1784 — 1847, епископ, религиозный и политический деятель Галицкой Руси
  180. Q3028698 (1514?-1569) humanista português
  181. Q3035566 msg01205312149
  182. Q3057319 deutscher Botaniker (publizierte 1772–1797)
  183. Q3081511 australischer Zoologe (1929–1970)
  184. Q3081511 Australian herpetologist (1929–1970)
  185. Q3081511 austraalschen Zoologen (1929–1970)
  186. Q3083619 récipiendaires des prix Padma Shri 1990 et 1999
  187. Q3101852 US-amerikanischer Paläontologe (1865–1953)
  188. Q3101852 American paleontologist (1865–1953)
  189. Q3101852 amerikaanschen Paläontologen (1865–1953)
  190. Q3101852 amerikanischä Baläondolooch (1865–1953)
  191. Q3119924 évêque de Troyes de 1519 à 1527
  192. Q3121762 französischer Schauspieler (1876-1963)
  193. Q3121762 1876-1963 French actor
  194. Q3122771 Japanese monk, 1240-1321, Kegon school
  195. Q3123284 Führer eines Indianeraufstands in Peru (1742 bis 1755)
  196. Q3150548 Souverain de l'Empire khmer de 1308 à 1327
  197. Q3156160 russischer Biologe (1889–1940)
  198. Q3156160 Russian biologist (1889–1940)
  199. Q3156160 russischen Biologen (1889–1940)
  200. Q3157194 universitaire français, directeur du Palais de la découverte (2003-2009), a participé au développement du logiciel propriétaire dans l’éducation
  201. Q3157650 Italian painter, c.1370/80 - after 1426
  202. Q3158658 Journaliste français (1937 - 1996)
  203. Q3163289 Souverain de l'Empire khmer de 1327 à 1336
  204. Q3163290 Roi de l'Empire khmer de 1002 à 1011
  205. Q3163820 homme politique français, député de Lot-et-Garonne de 1871 à 1876 et ambassadeur de France en Suisse et en Espagne.
  206. Q3166590 militaire et homme politique français (1763-1848)
  207. Q3175191 príncipe-obispo del principado de Lieja de 1274 a 1281.
  208. Q3175191 príncep-bisbe del principat de Lieja de 1274 a 1281.
  209. Q3175682 Jean de Saint-Samson (1571-1636) , moine de l'ordre du Carmel à Dol de Bretagne
  210. Q3179193 1704-1782
  211. Q3181049 English painter and wood engraver, active 1545-1559
  212. Q3182444 deutsch-britischer Naturforscher und Illustrator (1715–~1790)
  213. Q3182444 German-born English naturalist and illustrator (1715–c.1790)
  214. Q3182444 düütsch-engelschen Naturforscher, Maler un Koppersteker (1715–~1790)
  215. Q3182444 naturalista e illustratore tedesco-inglese (1715–~1790)
  216. Q3190039 Chanteur français à la fin des années 1960. Ne pas confondre avec le chanteur espagnol Junior (1943-2014).
  217. Q3191821 Roi ou régent du Cambodge de 1600 à 1603
  218. Q3216828 Souverain de l’Empire khmer de 1347 à 1353
  219. Q3225236 1451-1472
  220. Q3226340 1885-1959
  221. Q3279110 branche de la dynastie capétienne issue de Robert Ier de France (1216 † 1250), fils de Louis VIII le Lion, roi de France, qui lui donna en apanage le comté d'Artois
  222. Q3290378 pierwszy biskup płocki ok. 1075-1088
  223. Q3303048 Emir of Afghanistan (1867-1868)
  224. Q3304807 1200-1240
  225. Q3311257 Italian painter (active 1490-1520)
  226. Q3336704 israelischer Schauspieler (1914-2009)
  227. Q3337599 Roi du Cambodge (1504-1512)
  228. Q3342104 Souverain de l'Empire khmer de 1340 à 1346
  229. Q3342194 príncipe-obispo de Lieja entre 1037 y 1042
  230. Q3342194 príncep-bisbe del principat de Lieja de 1037 al 14 d'agost de 1042
  231. Q3343644 Roi du Cambodge (1462-1468)
  232. Q3347561 ancien footballeur du Racing Club de France en 1949/1950
  233. Q3358612 Régent du royaume du Cambodge de 1627 à 1642
  234. Q3358613 Roi du Cambodge de 1695 à 1696
  235. Q3358615 Roi du Cambodge de 1758 à 1775
  236. Q3372211 1893-1963 American film director ans screenwriter
  237. Q3372211 US-amerikanischer Filmregisseur und Drehbuchautor (1893-1963)
  238. Q3372260 1909-1988 French actor
  239. Q3372260 französischer Schauspieler (1909-1988)
  240. Q3374088 kolumbianischer Amphibienkundler (1931–1998)
  241. Q3374088 Colombian herpetologist (1931–1998)
  242. Q3374088 kolumbiaanschen Amphibienkundler (1931–1998)
  243. Q3384469 peintre français (1923-2011)
  244. Q3384469 French painter (1923-2011)
  245. Q3384471 réalisateur et directeur de la photographie français (1927-2007)
  246. Q3384471 French director (1927-2007)
  247. Q3384471 (1927-2007)
  248. Q3388212 Italian Renaissance painter (active 1529-1548)
  249. Q3401496 Roi usurpateur du Cambodge de 1594 à 1596
  250. Q3418331 Roi usurpateur du Cambodge de 1596 à 1597
  251. Q3421530 Roi du Cambodge (1468 - 1477)
  252. Q3428358 Frøken Norge 2010, contestant at Miss Universe 2008 and Top 25 at Miss World 2010
  253. Q3436564 US-amerikanischer Zoologe und Hydrobiologe (1912–2004)
  254. Q3436564 American zoologist and hydrobiologist (1912–2004)
  255. Q3436564 amerikaanschen Zoologen un Hydrobiologen (1912–2004)
  256. Q3438992 französischer Schauspieler (1893-1970)
  257. Q3438992 1893-1970 French actor
  258. Q3456319 Ice frog oyun dizayneridir.Warcraft oyunundaki Dota haritasının yaratıcısıdır.2005 yılında yapılan DotA oyunun da baş dizayneridir .2005 den itibaren çok sayıda eşya ve karakter oluşturmuştur.
  259. Q3473928 Roi du Cambodge de 1576 à 1596
  260. Q3478544 Roi des Rois d'Éthiopie de 1294 à 1295, membre de la dynastie salomonide et fils de Yagbéa-Syon
  261. Q3485501 Souverain de l'Empire khmer de 1346 à 1347
  262. Q3489624 Seljuk ruler of Aleppo (1114–1117)
  263. Q3491218 Roi du Cambodge de 1472 à 1477
  264. Q3491222 Souverain de l’Empire khmer de 1357 à 1359
  265. Q3491224 Souverain de l’Empire khmer (1401 - 1417)
  266. Q3510670 Actress, Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria 1995, contestant at Miss Universe 1995 and Miss World 1995
  267. Q3526563 Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople 1179-1183
  268. Q3526563 Ökumenischer Patriarch von Konstantinople 1179-1183
  269. Q3565695 US-amerikanischer Vogelkundler (1855–1923)
  270. Q3565695 American ornithologist (1855–1923)
  271. Q3565695 amerikaanschen Vagelkundler (1855–1923)
  272. Q3571988 japanischer Zoologe (1909–1995)
  273. Q3571988 Japanese zoologist (1909–1995)
  274. Q3571988 japaanschen Zoologen (1909–1995)
  275. Q3591116 französischer Schauspieler (1959-2010)
  276. Q3600953 AG Fronzoni (1923-2002) was an Italian graphic designer and design educator.
  277. Q3600953 AG Fronzoni (1923-2002) var en italiensk grafisk designer og design pedagog.
  278. Q3613826 doge de Gênes de 1585 à 1587
  279. Q3617200 politicien italien (1838-1913)
  280. Q3619686 doge de Gênes de 1593 à 1595
  281. Q3636786 doge de Gênes de 1589 à 1591
  282. Q3662243 paire d'artiste composée des italiens Franco Castellano (1925 – 1999) et Giuseppe Moccia (933 – 2006).
  283. Q3666440 französischer Naturforscher (1783–1853)
  284. Q3666440 French naturalist (1783–1853)
  285. Q3666440 franzööschen Naturforscher (1783–1853)
  286. Q3682632 US-amerikanischer Zoologe (1897–1962)
  287. Q3682632 American zoologist (1897–1962)
  288. Q3682632 amerikaanschen Zoologen (1897–1962)
  289. Q3699081 Q16303376
  290. Q3700846 Miss Universe Slovenskej Republiky 2011, contestant in Miss Universe 2011
  291. Q3703637 doge de Gênes de 1587 à 1589
  292. Q3721473 Greek economist, Member of the Hellenic Parliament from 2009 to 2012
  293. Q3749690 juriste, professeur de droit et sénateur italien (1832-1921)
  294. Q3749690 italienischer Jurist (1832-1921)
  295. Q3749690 Italian jurist and politician (1832-1921)
  296. Q3784094 australischer Zoologe (1895–1991)
  297. Q3784094 Australian zoologist (1895–1991)
  298. Q3784094 austraalschen Zoologen (1895–1991)
  299. Q3784711 deutscher Botaniker (1937–2014)
  300. Q3784711 German botanist (1937–2014)
  301. Q3784711 düütschen Botaniker (1937–2014)
  302. Q3784711 deutschä Bodanikä (1937–2014)
  303. Q3820294 khan (r.1342-1343) of Chagatai Khanate
  304. Q3830624 Leonida Mastrodicasa, né le 23 janvier 1888 à Pérouse (Italie) et mort en déportation le 20 mai 1942 au camp de concentration de Hinzert (Trèves) est un militant anarchiste et anarcho-syndicaliste italien en France et en Suisse.
  305. Q3839435 Italian physician and Italian Liberal Party politician (1863–1922)
  306. Q3845884 doge de Gênes de 1781 à 1783
  307. Q3938469 britischer Zoologe (1905–1985)
  308. Q3938469 British zoologist (1905–1985)
  309. Q3938469 britischen Zoologen (1905–1985)
  310. Q3938469 briddischä Zoolooch (1905–1985)
  311. Q3944786 Miss Universe Curaçao 2010, contestant in Miss Universe 2010
  312. Q3953786 italienischer Tiermediziner und Bakteriologe (1832–1893)
  313. Q3953786 Italian veterinary and bacteriologist (1832–1893)
  314. Q3953786 italieenschen Deertendokter un Bakteriologen (1832–1893)
  315. Q3964762 Nuestra Belleza El Salvador 2010, contestant in Miss Universe 2010 and Miss Continente Americano 2010
  316. Q4013182 magistrato italiano (1831 -1879)
  317. Q4013182 italienischer Schriftsteller (1831 -1879)
  318. Q4013182 (1831 -1879)
  319. Q4013182 author (1831 -1879)
  320. Q4020186 chairman of Aston Martin from 1972 – 1975
  321. Q4020186 Vorsitzender von Aston Martin 1972 - 1975
  322. Q4025252 1827-1870
  323. Q4056003 епископ суздальский с 1431 по 1452 год
  324. Q4090386 Q409030386
  325. Q4096275 Schweizer Insektenkundler (1791–1857)
  326. Q4096275 Schwiezer Insektenkundler (1791–1857)
  327. Q4096275 Swiss entomologist (1791–1857)
  328. Q4346133 священнослужитель Русской Православной церкви, основатель миссионерского Гуслицкого Спасо-Преображенского монастыря (1806-1878)
  329. Q4346134 епископ Русской православной церкви, епископ Ананьевский, викарий Одесской епархии (1881-1937)
  330. Q4416581 Italian cellist (1843–1919)
  331. Q4441074 Germana Esperanto-aktivulo (1904-1993)
  332. Q4462960 Souverain de l’Empire khmer de 1166 à 1177
  333. Q4520162 (1837—1905) — российский офицер польского происхождения, генерал-майор, золотопромышленник, меценат
  334. Q4604652 11th-century Alan princess and the second wife of King George I of Georgia (r. 1014–1027)
  335. Q4667797 Adjutant General and acting Inspector General of the U.S. Army from 1807 to 1812
  336. Q4756212 Journalist:The Guardian since 1990/The Observer/author of On Penalties(2000)/The Fall-Out (2007)
  337. Q4762385 Architect Brady Mallalieu Architects and president of RIBA 2011 - 2013
  338. Q4773603 Chairman of the Board of Cayman Finance from 2009 to 2011
  339. Q4840790 Secretary General of Hadas from 2003 until 2009
  340. Q4843714 1739-1826
  341. Q4852666 painter active in England between 1729 and 1765
  342. Q5086110 Miss New Jersey USA 1991, 1st runner-up to Miss USA 1991 and Top 10 at Miss World 1991
  343. Q5102369 usurper King of Manipur who ruled between 1754 and 1756
  344. Q5113641 Irish soccer player during the 1920s and 1930s
  345. Q5134957 1455-1520
  346. Q5145262 Mayor of Prince George, British Columbia, 1996 - 2008
  347. Q5148086 Governor of Bauchi State, Nigeria 1990-1992
  348. Q5163320 Emperor of Brazil from 7 April 1831 until deposed on 15 November 1889, Pedro II was the last ruler of the Empire of Brazil
  349. Q5194806 Toqui from 1766–1774 who led the Mapuche Uprising of 1766
  350. Q5248029 Chief Veterinary Officer of the United Kingdom from 2004 to 2007
  351. Q5248452 Professor:Florida State University/former Chancellor:State University System of Florida(2003 - 2005)
  352. Q5249510 Emperor of Brazil from 7 April 1831 until deposed on 15 November 1889, Pedro II was the last ruler of the Empire of Brazil
  353. Q5257194 a Gabonese diplomat who was the Permanent Representative of Gabon to the United Nations from 1988 to 2008
  354. Q5274875 colonial governor of la Florida between 1655 and 1659
  355. Q5274878 Governor-General of the Philippines from 1663 to 1668
  356. Q5284932 5 African-American men from Chicago, Illinois who were falsely convicted of rape and murder in 1991 and got their convictions overturned in 2011
  357. Q5298273 Protos of Mount Athos 1356 - 1366
  358. Q5362865 schottische Liederschreiberin (1745?–1814?)
  359. Q5389879 Mayor of Ponce, Puerto Rico in 1880 and 1887
  360. Q5396515 US-amerikanischer Botaniker (1837–1885)
  361. Q5420282 Emperor of Brazil from 7 April 1831 until deposed on 15 November 1889, Pedro II was the last ruler of the Empire of Brazil
  362. Q5479040 chinesische(r) Botaniker(in) (1932–2010)
  363. Q5479040 Chinese botanist (1932–2010)
  364. Q5479040 schineesche(n) Botaniker(sch) (1932–2010)
  365. Q5479040 中国植物学家 (1932–2010)
  366. Q5481428 Fire Commissioner of the City of New York 1906 -1908
  367. Q5484963 Military administrator of Abia State from 28 August 1991 until January 1992.
  368. Q5487419 Sheriff of Marion County, Indiana from 2003 until 2011
  369. Q5525976 American collegiate basketball player at Iona College from 1979-1981
  370. Q5546302 was the mayor of Baltimore, Maryland from 1860 to 1861
  371. Q5558302 American botanist, explorer, writer, and educator (1865–1932)
  372. Q5558302 amerikaanschen Botaniker, Forscher, Schriever un Pädagogen (1865–1932)
  373. Q5558302 US-amerikanischer Botaniker, Forschungsreisender, Autor und Pädagoge (1865–1932)
  374. Q5581184 Spanish Governor of the Philippines, 1590-1593
  375. Q5598076 (1915–1983) erdélyi magyar helytörténeti és néprajzi szakíró
  376. Q5606824 Bright was convicted of murder 1974 and released in 2003 after his conviction was overturned.
  377. Q5645011 deutscher Botaniker in Südafrika (1895–1979)
  378. Q5648718 mayor of Bethlehem from 1997 to 2005, being succeeded by Victor Batarseh
  379. Q5657931 mährischer Botaniker (1840–1924)
  380. Q5657931 Moravian botanist (1840–1924)
  381. Q5657931 mährschen Botaniker (1840–1924)
  382. Q5662569 belgisch-US-amerikanischer Samenhändler, Botaniker und Illustrator (1850–1928)
  383. Q5662569 Belgian-born American seedsman, botanist and illustrator (1850–1928)
  384. Q5662569 amerikaanschen Saathöker, Botaniker un Tekner ut Belgien (1850–1928)
  385. Q5662641 französischer Naturforscher (1872–1961)
  386. Q5662641 French naturalist (1872–1961)
  387. Q5662641 franzööschen Naturforscher (1872–1961)
  388. Q5666258 deutscher Botaniker und Pilzkundler (1874–1937)
  389. Q5666258 German botanist and mycologist (1874–1937)
  390. Q5666258 düütschen Botaniker un Pilzforscher (1874–1937)
  391. Q5700406 Spanish painter (c.1618–c.1688)
  392. Q5706955 britischer Baumeister und Amateurbotaniker (1843–1929)
  393. Q5706975 Schweizer Botaniker (1901–1990)
  394. Q5706975 Swiss botanist (1901–1990)
  395. Q5706975 Schwiezer Botaniker (1901–1990)
  396. Q5720244 Acting Adjutant General and acting Inspector General of the U.S. Army from 1792 to 1793.
  397. Q5732796 niederländischer Botaniker (1903–1980)
  398. Q5732796 Dutch botanist (1903–1980)
  399. Q5732796 nedderlännschen Botaniker (1903–1980)
  400. Q5749273 US-amerikanischer Botaniker (1905–1974)
  401. Q5749273 American botanist (1905–1974)
  402. Q5749273 botánico estadounidense (1905–1974)
  403. Q5749273 amerikaanschen Botaniker (1905–1974)
  404. Q5749329 deutscher Botaniker und Pharmakologe (1841–1915)
  405. Q5764928 US-amerikanischer Botaniker (1872–1945)
  406. Q5764928 American botanist (1872–1945)
  407. Q5764928 amerikaanschen Botaniker (1872–1945)
  408. Q5765026 französischer Soldat, Forschungsreisender und Botaniker (1884–1967)
  409. Q5788624 biologist, lived 1874-1963
  410. Q5812867 italienischer Naturforscher (1823–1890)
  411. Q5816758 japanischer Botaniker und Mykologe (1868–1941)
  412. Q5816758 Japanese botanist and mycologist (1868–1941)
  413. Q5816758 japaanschen Botaniker un Pilzforscher (1868–1941)
  414. Q5816758 日本の生物学者、菌類学者 (1868-1941)
  415. Q5817706 US-amerikanischer Soziologe, Botaniker und Forschungsreisender (1903–1967)
  416. Q5817706 American sociologist, botanist and explorer (1903–1967)
  417. Q5817706 amerikaanschen Soziologen, Botaniker un Forscher (1903–1967)
  418. Q5836725 britischer Botaniker (1888–1963)
  419. Q5836725 British botanist (1888–1963)
  420. Q5836725 britischen Botaniker (1888–1963)
  421. Q5867450 österreich-ungarischer (böhmischer) Botaniker (1831–1909)
  422. Q5867450 Austro-Hungarian (Bohemian) botanist (1831–1909)
  423. Q5867450 böhmschen Botaniker (1831–1909)
  424. Q5868618 US-amerikanischer Botaniker, Zoologe und Forschungsreisender (1892–1955)
  425. Q5868618 American botanist, zoologist and explorer (1892–1955)
  426. Q5868618 amerikaanschen Botaniker un Zoologen (1892–1955)
  427. Q5869079 US-amerikanischer Botaniker (1874–1959)
  428. Q5869079 American botanist (1874–1959)
  429. Q5869079 amerikaanschen Botaniker (1874–1959)
  430. Q5869611 Schweizer Naurforscher (1790–1870)
  431. Q5869611 Swiss naturalist (1790–1870)
  432. Q5869611 Schwiezer Natuurforscher (1790–1870)
  433. Q5869611 Schwaizä Naduäforschä (1790–1870)
  434. Q5873462 Burmistrz Badajoz w latach 1991-1995
  435. Q5877766 US-amerikanischer Pilzkundler (1845–1895)
  436. Q5877802 US-amerikanischer Botaniker (1916–2002)
  437. Q5877802 American botanist (1916–2002)
  438. Q5877802 amerikaanschen Botaniker (1916–2002)
  439. Q5877899 britischer Universalgelehrter (1832–1912)
  440. Q5877939 englischer Biologe (1895 - 1967)
  441. Q5880530 italienischer Franziskanermönch und Botaniker (1848–1901)
  442. Q5880530 Italian Franciscan friar and botanist (1848–1901)
  443. Q5880530 italieenschen Franziskaner un Botaniker (1848–1901)
  444. Q5891876 deutscher Botaniker (1875–1928)
  445. Q5891930 Schweizer Botaniker (1919–2007)
  446. Q5892346 US-amerikanischer Paläobotaniker und Algenkundler (1913–1998)
  447. Q5894416 belgischer Botaniker (1838–1909)
  448. Q5894426 französischer Botaniker (1861–1919)
  449. Q5894426 French botanist (1861–1919)
  450. Q5894426 franzööschen Botaniker (1861–1919)
  451. Q5903603 US-amerikanischer Botaniker (1895–1957)
  452. Q5903603 American botanist (1895–1957)
  453. Q5903603 amerikaanschen Botaniker (1895–1957)
  454. Q5928644 französischer Priester und Botaniker (1902–1977)
  455. Q5928644 French priest and botanist (1902–1977)
  456. Q5928644 franzööschen Preester un Botaniker (1902–1977)
  457. Q5928743 Schweizer Botaniker und Pilzkundler (1802–1877)
  458. Q5933003 deutscher Botaniker (1807–1847)
  459. Q5933003 German botanist (1807–1847)
  460. Q5933003 düütschen Botaniker (1807–1847)
  461. Q5933021 deutscher Botaniker (1769–1833)
  462. Q5936975 französischer Botaniker (1780–1846)
  463. Q5936975 French botanist (1780–1846)
  464. Q5936975 franzööschen Botaniker (1780–1846)
  465. Q5937032 österreichischer Botaniker (1797–1866)
  466. Q5946776 US-amerikanische(r) Botaniker(in) (1890–1972)
  467. Q5946776 American botanist (1890–1972)
  468. Q5946776 amerikaansche(n) Botaniker(sch) (1890–1972)
  469. Q5955635 Spanischer Schauspieler (1912–1972)
  470. Q5955635 1912–1972 Spanish actor
  471. Q5957312 ungarschen Botaniker (1889–1943)
  472. Q5957312 ungarischer Botaniker (1889–1943)
  473. Q5957312 Hungarian botanist (1889–1943)
  474. Q5958250 jugoslawischer Botaniker (1874–1951)
  475. Q5958277 schwedischer Botaniker (1905–1999)
  476. Q5958277 Swedish botanist (1905–1999)
  477. Q5958277 sweedschen Botaniker (1905–1999)
  478. Q5960089 malaysischer Botaniker (1931–1999)
  479. Q5968757 aus Mähren gebürtiger US-amerikanischer Botaniker (1908–1973)
  480. Q5968757 Moravian-born American botanist (1908–1973)
  481. Q5968757 amerikaanschen Botaniker ut Mähren (1908–1973)
  482. Q5979126 Gòtic painter (1363-1406)
  483. Q5981508 belgischer Gärtner und Botaniker (1898–1952)
  484. Q5982167 britischer Botaniker (1918–1991)
  485. Q5992723 Syriac Patriarch of Antioch 1597-1639
  486. Q6004705 Miss National at Miss Spain 1984, 1st Runner-Up Miss Universe 1985
  487. Q6008891 Rifat Bey (Born 1820 Istanbul - Died 1888 Istanbul) Turkish composer
  488. Q6051913 italienischer Botaniker (1871–1944)
  489. Q6060484 deutscher Aquarianer und Fischkundler (1884–1960)
  490. Q6060484 German aquarist and ichthyologist (1884–1960)
  491. Q6060484 düütschen Aquarianer un Fischkundler (1884–1960)
  492. Q6067241 französischer Jesuit, Botaniker, Zoologe, Ethnologe und Bibliothekar (1892–1972)
  493. Q6067241 French botanist, zoologist, ethnologist and librarian (1892–1972)
  494. Q6067241 franzööschen Jesuit, Zoologen, Botaniker, Ethnologen un Bibliothekar (1892–1972)
  495. Q6067303 französischer Botaniker und Insektenkundler (1873–1957)
  496. Q6067303 French botanist and entomologist (1873–1957)
  497. Q6067303 franzööschen Botaniker un Insektenforscher (1873–1957)
  498. Q6073372 britischer Botaniker (1929–1996)
  499. Q6073372 British botanist (1929–1996)
  500. Q6073372 britischen Botaniker (1929–1996)
  501. Q6074276 düütschen Injeniör, Botaniker un Brasilienforscher (1880–1948)
  502. Q6074276 German civil engineer, botanist and explorer in Brazil (1880–1948)
  503. Q6074276 deutscher Ingenieur, Botaniker und Forschungsreisender in Brasilien (1880–1948)
  504. Q6075542 französischer Botaniker (1749–1825)
  505. Q6075542 French botanist (1749–1825)
  506. Q6075542 franzööschen Botaniker (1749–1825)
  507. Q6084065 tschechoslowakischer Forstbotaniker und Pflanzengepgraph (1908–1978)
  508. Q6084065 tschechoslowaakschen Forstbotaniker (1908–1978)
  509. Q6084065 Czechoslovak silviculturist and plant geographer (1908–1978)
  510. Q6113444 deutscher Botaniker und Forschungsreisender (1852–1932)
  511. Q6113444 German botanist and explorer (1852–1932)
  512. Q6113444 düütschen Botaniker (1852–1932)
  513. Q6113704 político argentino (1803 - 1873)
  514. Q6119813 contessa consorte di Tolosa vissuta nel 1045-1097
  515. Q6119853 Spanish stone-cutter (1500?-1574)
  516. Q6146019 US-amerikanischer Botaniker (1895–1973)
  517. Q6146019 Scottish-born American botanist (1895–1973)
  518. Q6146019 amerikaanschen Botaniker (1895–1973)
  519. Q6160123 US-amerikanische Botanikerin (1910–1999)
  520. Q6160123 American botanist (1910–1999)
  521. Q6160123 amerikaansche Botanikersch (1910–1999)
  522. Q6164105 italienischer Naturforscher und Ethnologe (1882–1949)
  523. Q6166840 deutscher Arzt und Amateurbotaniker (1863–1923)
  524. Q6167701 US-amerikanischer Botaniker (1898–1950)
  525. Q6167701 American botanist (1898–1950)
  526. Q6167701 amerikaanschen Botaniker (1898–1950)
  527. Q6170257 chinesische(r) Botaniker(in) (1903–1981)
  528. Q6170257 Chinese botanist (1903–1981)
  529. Q6170257 schineesche(n) Botaniker(sch) (1903–1981)
  530. Q6170304 japanischer Botaniker (1907–1992)
  531. Q6170304 Japanese botanist (1907–1992)
  532. Q6170304 japaanschen Botaniker (1907–1992)
  533. Q6170304 日本の植物学者 (1907-1992)
  534. Q6170469 Chinese botanist (1917–2004)
  535. Q6170469 chinesischer Botaniker (1917–2004)
  536. Q6170469 schineeschen Botaniker (1917–2004)
  537. Q6218735 diplomaat in Tokelau (2009-2011)
  538. Q6220379 Englischer Politiker (1531-1604 / 6)
  539. Q6220379 English politican (1531–1604/6)
  540. Q6220379 Homme politique anglais (1531-1604 / 6)
  541. Q6227255 English politician, fl. 1379-1388
  542. Q6233631 Dean of Wells from 1425 to 1446
  543. Q6237318 Präsident der New York University (1881-1891)
  544. Q6237318 President of New York University (1881-1891)
  545. Q6237318 Président de l'Université de New York (1881-1891)
  546. Q6253779 President of Oklahoma State University, 1988-1993
  547. Q6256733 British royalist (1603-1654)
  548. Q6258344 Engels voetballer, actief van 1932 tot 1933
  549. Q6261079 English politician, in the House of Commons from 1597 to 1614
  550. Q6263207 English politician and Member (MP) of the Parliament of England for Berwick-upon-Tweed 1547, Morpeth October 1553 and Newcastle-upon-Tyne November 1554
  551. Q6299386 de facto Federal Interventor of Córdoba, Argentina from April 9, 1970 to June 17, 1970
  552. Q6300163 Mayor of Ponce, Puerto Rico in 1895-1896
  553. Q6317011 Gemahlin der Herzöge von Mecklenburg und Brauschweig-Lüneburg (1574–1623)
  554. Q6371817 preuschen Insektenforscher (publizeer 1789/1790)
  555. Q6381802 American businessman; President of the Boston Bruins from 1969 to 1975
  556. Q6382117 the ruler of Hawaiʻi island from 1665 to 1695
  557. Q6399724 Ottoman governor of Egypt (1631–1633)
  558. Q6442819 US-amerikanischer Botaniker (1909–1992)
  559. Q6442819 American botanist (1909–1992)
  560. Q6442819 amerikaanschen Botaniker (1909–1992)
  561. Q6449237 leader of Teryukhan unrest in 1806-1810
  562. Q6520450 Archdeacon of Barnstaple from 1318 to 1329
  563. Q6530024 Standout basketball player at Murray State University between 1969-70 and 1972-73
  564. Q6659758 Boxeador italiano, campeón italiano de peso pluma en 1923. En 1924 participa de los juegos olímpicos de Paris, Francia
  565. Q6660334 CNN host, Miss Georgia USA 1976, Top 12 and Miss Photogenic at Miss USA 1976
  566. Q6661244 Artuqid ruler of Mardin, Turkey (1122–1152)
  567. Q6685751 Oregon Insurance Commissioner, 2012-2013
  568. Q6743466 israelische Schauspielerin (1908-2000)
  569. Q6768197 A Honolulu, Hawaii attorney whoserved as Attorney General of Hawaii from 2003 to 2010
  570. Q6777854 Governor of Spanish Texas from 1705 until 1708
  571. Q6795425 consul of the Orange Free State 1898-1902
  572. Q6834474 rugby league footballer with the Featherstone Rovers (1967-1973)
  573. Q6834474 Rugbyspieler bei den Featherstone Rovers (1967-1973)
  574. Q6834474 Joueur de rugby à les Rovers Featherstone (1967-1973)
  575. Q6975059 israelischer Filmproduzent und Filmregisseur (1957-2003)
  576. Q7002567 architecte italien (1653-1727)
  577. Q7014940 israelischer Filmregisseur (1927-2013)
  578. Q7053492 Cal Men's Swimming Head Coach 1974-2007
  579. Q7054773 israelischer Schauspieler (1907-1987)
  580. Q7061343 israelischer Schauspieler (1943-2006)
  581. Q7063918 Education minister of Kuwait 2007-2009
  582. Q7151250 Guinness World Record holder through the 1980s, and 1990s
  583. Q7155572 Czech aircraft engineer (1894-1956)
  584. Q7156217 Archbishop of Lwów, 1561-1565
  585. Q7159647 Emperor of Brazil from 7 April 1831 until deposed on 15 November 1889, Pedro II was the last ruler of the Empire of Brazil
  586. Q7172503 Deputy U.S. Trade Representative 2001-2009
  587. Q7174336 schottischer Pastor und Dichter (1783–1867)
  588. Q7239347 Militant khmer Serei (1938–1964)
  589. Q7263994 fils et père d'empereur Mongol né en 1635 et mort en 1675
  590. Q7263994 son and father of Mongol Khan (1635 - 1675)
  591. Q7285705 Commander of the Royal Ceylon Navy, 1960-1970
  592. Q7290648 Former Federal Minister of Housing (2008 -2013)
  593. Q7293592 Dean of Bloemfontein, in South Africa, from 1892; and of Grahamstown, 1912-1914.
  594. Q7330501 American basketball player at Manhattan College from 1968-1972
  595. Q7349447 Secretary of the Pennsylvania Office of Administration, 2003-2004
  596. Q7360950 Amerikaans botanicus (1916 – 2001)
  597. Q7373404 (1916-1988), trompetiste
  598. Q7376518 de facto Federal Interventor of Córdoba, Argentina from January 20, 1982 to December 12, 1983
  599. Q7387702 Former Minister of TamilNadu (Transport (till 1987) & Health (1991 to 1996))
  600. Q7399901 Chief minister of The Comoros 1970-1972
  601. Q7410700 President of Eastern Michigan University, 2001-2004
  602. Q7412145 ninth Chancellor (1904-1921) of the University of Pittsburgh
  603. Q7486612 ealdorman das províncias ocidentais (ou sudoeste da Inglaterra) de 1005-1015
  604. Q7494608 Governor of Ghazni Province from around 2005–2006 until 2007.
  605. Q7495118 ruler of the Khmer Empire from 1295 to 1308
  606. Q7495118 правитель Кхмерской империи (1295—1308)
  607. Q7495118 Souverain de l'Empire khmer de 1295 à 1308
  608. Q7676751 تاج‌الدین فیروز شاه (800-825 / 1397-1422) هشتمین پادشاه از سلسله ی بهمنی ، از خاندان‌های مسلمان حاکم بر دکن و نواحی مجاور آن در جنوب هند بود.
  609. Q7778909 1891–1969, Hungarian historian, turkologist, archivist
  610. Q7793382 twelfth President of Haverford College serving from 1997-2007
  611. Q7794025 English politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1640 and 1644
  612. Q7902738 Maharajah of Travancore state in southern India, succeeding his elder brother Maharajah Swathi Thirunal in 1846 till his demise in 1860
  613. Q7909160 British screenwriter (1895–1971)
  614. Q7909160 britischer Drehbuchautor (1895–1971)
  615. Q7910785 chief illegal resident and director of the espionage operations of the Soviet Union in the United States from 1933 to 1934
  616. Q8005021 englischer Schausteller (wirkte 1588–1637)
  617. Q8005021 engelschen Schausteller (Schapenstied 1588–1637)
  618. Q8006698 joueur de cricket anglais entre 1791 et 1803
  619. Q8008733 Member of the Parliament of England (fl. 1642–1660)
  620. Q8012737 English professional rugby league footballer of the 1930s and 1940s
  621. Q8014944 English botanist (1799–1871)
  622. Q8014944 britischer Botaniker (1799–1871)
  623. Q8014944 botánico inglés (1799–1871)
  624. Q8014944 engalschen Botaniker (1799–1871)
  625. Q8015565 Scottish poet and army officer (c 1605 - after 1675)
  626. Q8017762 English politician (fl. 1411–1435)
  627. Q8018652 Mayor of Portland Oregon 1877-1879
  628. Q8018985 irischer Richter (~1410–1480)
  629. Q8019294 Welsh rugby league footballer of the 1900s, 1910s and 1920s
  630. Q8019776 Founder and leader of a Latter Day Saint schismatic group called the Kingdom of Heaven, which was located near Walla Walla, Washington from 1867 to 1881.
  631. Q8076280 Emir of Harar 1647-1671
  632. Q8193461 argentinischer Botaniker (1896–1968)
  633. Q8193461 Argentinian botanist (1896–1968)
  634. Q8193461 argentienschen Botaniker (1896–1968)
  635. Q8263441 deutscher Botaniker (1766–1837)
  636. Q8303417 Margrave of Bodonitsa, 1416-1436
  637. Q9069806 US-amerikanischer Botaniker, Forschungsreisender und Agrarwissenschaftler (1900–1955)
  638. Q9070303 Spanish Renaissance painter (c.1440 - c.1518)
  639. Q9157264 polski fotograf, założyciel zakładu fotograficznego w Łodzi czynnego w latach 1893 - 1934
  640. Q9157365 biskup płocki i włocławski w latach 1737-1752
  641. Q9166248 แพทย์ในกองทัพโปแลนด์ ผู้มีส่วนร่วมในกบฎพฤศจิกายนใน ค.ศ. 1830-1831
  642. Q9179919 pseud. 'Buni' (1935-2000) – polski artysta-rzeźbiarz
  643. Q9199158 Président de la communauté juive de Cracovie de 1979 à 1997
  644. Q9209687 personnalité politique italienne (1672-1736), doge de Gênes de 1723 à 1725
  645. Q9288926 polski samorządowiec, inżynier, prezydent Łomży w latach 1992–1994
  646. Q9323026 indyjski strzelec, uczestnik LIO 1972 i LIO 1980
  647. Q9335765 młodszy (1890-1940) – polski dziennikarz i działacz polityczny
  648. Q9344835 biskup płocki ok. 1088-1099
  649. Q9355403 Estonian Russian Orthodox nun (1876-1942)
  650. Q9382882 polska benedyktyn, 2005-2009 przeor Klasztoru Benedyktynów w Tyńcu
  651. Q9392817 polski inżynier chemik, działacz spółdzielczy, dyrektor Departamentu Rolnictwa i Dóbr Koronnych (1917), kierownik resortu rolnictwa i dóbr państwowych w 1919
  652. Q10262789 poet, academic (1926-2008)
  653. Q10278476 Pontevedra, 1883 - São Paulo, 1966
  654. Q10336737 Brazilian industrialist; 1923 - 1977
  655. Q10338426 Nélia Paula (Niterói, 26 de outubro de 1930 - Rio de Janeiro, 8 de setembro de 2002)
  656. Q10361617 dansk billedskjærer (1583–1602)
  657. Q10393797 1923-1993 Brazilian actor
  658. Q10393797 brasilianischer Schauspieler (1923-1993)
  659. Q10564336 Regeringsmedlem ansvarig för det brittiska teknikministeriet (1964-1970)
  660. Q10826676 1916-1989 Vietnamese poet
  661. Q10826676 Vietnamesische Dichterin (1916-1989)
  662. Q10840001 0983994932 gap le quang linh em trai ruot
  663. Q10857495 Český člen českého Parlamentu (2006–2010), člen českého Parlamentu (2010–2013), místní politik a pedagog
  664. Q10857495 Czech member of Czech Parliament (2006–2010), member of Czech Parliament (2010–2013), local politician and educator
  665. Q10858070 Anarquista galego nado en 1917 e falecido en 2009.
  666. Q10899983 taiwan-chinesischer Botaniker (1917–1991)
  667. Q10899983 Taiwanese botanist (1917–1991)
  668. Q10899983 taiwan-schineeschen Botaniker (1917–1991)
  669. Q10986593 Military Administrator of Jigawa State, Nigeria 1993-1996
  670. Q11222141 Architect 1669-1725
  671. Q11376348 poet, 1892 - after 1960
  672. Q11643065 (1890–1939), białoruski działacz narodowo-kulturalny, publicysta i pisarz
  673. Q11684286 (1888-1975) polski nauczyciel, krajoznawca, taternik, działacz PTT
  674. Q11684857 Thorner Apotheker († 1399/1400)
  675. Q11684857 pharmacist from Toruń (died 1399/1400)
  676. Q11684857 Thorner Aftheker († 1399/1400)
  677. Q11684857 Dhorner Abodhekä († 1399/1400)
  678. Q11707529 (1945-2000)
  679. Q11719929 Jankiel Gutsztadt (1817- 1890) – kupiec, właściciel pierwszej w Łodzi księgarni z 1848 r.
  680. Q11725624 Rektor PL 1962-1968
  681. Q11735873 schlesischer Geistlicher, Großdechant von Glatz (1733–1808)
  682. Q11736079 polski lekkoatleta i trener lekkoatletyczny 1913-1971
  683. Q11736216 Maire d'Opole de 1952 à 1965
  684. Q11743697 polski duchowny, 1957-1959 przeor klasztoru na Jasnej Górze
  685. Q11762599 143e doge de la République de Gênes du 26 septembre 1715 au 26 septembre 1717
  686. Q11763927 działacz społeczny i gospodarczy, więzień polityczny 1948-1956
  687. Q11765398 Président de la communauté juive de Cracovie de 1945 à 1979
  688. Q11779241 austriacki urzędnik, w latach 1904-1917 Dyrektor Policji w Krakowie
  689. Q11781840 polski działacz związkowy, NSZZ 'Solidarność' (1980-1981)
  690. Q11814382 inżynier architekt z Rygi, 1894-1908 zatrudniony w Łodzi w zakładach Karola Scheiblera
  691. Q11817500 polski aktor teatralny i filmowy (1947-1998)
  692. Q11835313 ekonomista, prezydent Lublina 1939-1941, więzień polityczny w 1905, niemiecki i w PRL
  693. Q11849812 niederländischer Zoologe (1908–1990)
  694. Q11849812 Dutch zoologist (1908–1990)
  695. Q11849812 nedderlännschen Zoologen (1908–1990)
  696. Q11852030 belgischer Vogelkundler (1936–1971)
  697. Q11852030 Belgian ornithologist (1936–1971)
  698. Q11852030 belgischen Vagelkundler (1936–1971)
  699. Q11852030 belgischä Vochelkundlä (1936–1971)
  700. Q11852724 schweizerisch-paraguayischer Zoologe (1878–1973)
  701. Q11852724 schwiezersch-parguayischen Zoologen (1878–1973)
  702. Q11852724 Swiss-Paraguayan zoologist (1878–1973)
  703. Q11860012 niederländischer Fischkundler (1905–1977)
  704. Q11860012 Dutch ichthyologist (1905–1977)
  705. Q11860012 nedderlännschen Fischkundler (1905–1977)
  706. Q11860012 niedäländischä Fischkundlä (1905–1977)
  707. Q11927156 US-amerikanischer Zoologe (1881–1965)
  708. Q11927156 American zoologist (1881–1965)
  709. Q11927156 amerikaanschen Zoologen (1881–1965)
  710. Q11927156 amerikanischä Zoolooch (1881–1965)
  711. Q11927987 Spanish composer and musician born in Manlleu (Barcelona) in 1885 and died and Barcelona in 1940.
  712. Q11985743 český člen českého Parlamentu (2010–2013) a starosta
  713. Q11985743 czech member of Czech Parliament (2010–2013) and mayor
  714. Q12021978 český člen českého Parlamentu (2006–2010), člen českého Parlamentu (2010–2013), fyzik, místní politik a vysokoškolský pedagog
  715. Q12021978 czech member of Czech Parliament (2006–2010), member of Czech Parliament (2010–2013), physicist, local politician and university educator
  716. Q12022021 český člen českého Parlamentu (1992-1996), člen českého Parlamentu (1996-1998), člen České Národní Rady a místní politik
  717. Q12022021 czech member of Czech Parliament (1992-1996), member of Czech Parliament (1996-1998), member of Czech National Council and local politician
  718. Q12022585 český člen českého Parlamentu (2006–2010), člen českého Parlamentu (2010–2013) a starosta
  719. Q12022585 czech member of Czech Parliament (2006–2010), member of Czech Parliament (2010–2013) and mayor
  720. Q12024065 český člen českého Parlamentu (1992-1996), člen České Národní Rady, regionální politik a vysokoškolský pedagog
  721. Q12024065 czech member of Czech Parliament (1992-1996), member of Czech National Council, regional politician and university educator
  722. Q12028490 český člen českého Parlamentu (2013–2017) a profesor
  723. Q12028490 czech member of Czech Parliament (2013–2017) and professor
  724. Q12035804 český člen českého Parlamentu (2013–2017)
  725. Q12044807 český člen českého Parlamentu (2002–2006), člen českého Parlamentu (2006–2010) a senátor českého Parlamentu
  726. Q12044807 czech member of Czech Parliament (2002–2006), member of Czech Parliament (2006–2010) and senator of Czech Parliament
  727. Q12049720 český člen českého Parlamentu (2010–2013) a člen českého Parlamentu (2013–2017)
  728. Q12049720 czech member of Czech Parliament (2010–2013) and member of Czech Parliament (2013–2017)
  729. Q12059190 český člen českého Parlamentu (1992-1996) a člen České Národní Rady
  730. Q12059190 czech member of Czech Parliament (1992-1996) and member of Czech National Council
  731. Q12068354 British engraver (1683-1701)
  732. Q12080952 Foreign minister Anatoliy Baranovsky June 10, 1952 - June 17, 1953
  733. Q12165453 Украинский поэт и композитор (1938-2014)
  734. Q12165453 Український поет і композитор (1938-2014)
  735. Q12173030 Russian and Ukrainien writer (1888-1957)
  736. Q12188384 Flandra Esperantisto (1885-1971)
  737. Q12243377 (10 Mars 1936 à Blida - 1959)
  738. Q12328871 Former Mayor of Hadsten Municipality (1994-1997), Denmark
  739. Q12352089 erdélyi magyar tenor énekes (1916–1995)
  740. Q12353011 (1878–1951) jogtudós, akadémikus
  741. Q12353011 (1878–1951) jurist
  742. Q12355749 erdélyi magyar színész (1959–2000)
  743. Q12401823 Escritor, poeta y profesor original de Xuvia (Neda) el 24 de Septiembre de 1950, y uno de los fundadores en 1968 de Voces Ceibes
  744. Q12401823 Spanish writer and teacher from Xuvia (Neda) born the 24th of September in 1950. He is also one of the founders in 1968 of Voces Ceibes.
  745. Q12409105 (31.10.1032-25.4.2011) исследователь и знаток Страны Израиля, израильский ботаник, археолог, педагог и путешественник.
  746. Q12410628 Hasidic Rabbi. Served in Pilica and Czestochowa, Poland (1848 - 1921)
  747. Q12411921 israelischer Schauspieler (1924-1970)
  748. Q12475634 'Bella Graceva' Lahir 06 Julli 1999,merupakan aktris dan penyanyi berkebangsaan Indonesia.Bella Mengawali karier sebagai Bintang Iklan pada tahun 2008, Sekarang Bella menjadi Personil Girlband cilik Winxs. Dan Bella juga beragama Islam.
  749. Q12507707 Q125007707
  750. Q12648670 Antanas Krausas (5 May 1905 Seda, Lithuania – 12 May 1970 Melbourne, Australia) was an educator, nature writer and scout leader.
  751. Q12701306 maire d’Hénin-Beaumont (2009-2010)
  752. Q12771104 Marta Hlušíková was born in Leopoldov in 1952 and spent her childhood in Trenčín. After graduating from high school there in 1971, she enrolled in Comenius University in Bratislava where she studied Slovak and Latin from 1971 to 1976.
  753. Q12815652 Pesti BARNABAS (1920 - 1944)
  754. Q12869963 Exarchs of Georgia (1898–1901)
  755. Q12874959 Έλληνας πολιτικός (1907-1966)
  756. Q12949641 1850-1919
  757. Q12977112 king of Jaffna Kingdom, ca.1410-1440
  758. Q13128790 Welsh poet from Anglesey (fl. 1352-1382 )
  759. Q13142711 Dr, 17-10-1814 to 13-9-1870
  760. Q13220725 husband of Diane Cilento (1956-1960)
  761. Q13230514 1823-1893, official of Haidhausen, Bavaria
  762. Q13341460 French actor and theatre manager who was active from 1592 to 1615
  763. Q13405790 US-amerikanischer Zoologe (1914–1998)
  764. Q13405790 American zoologist (1914–1998)
  765. Q13405790 amerikaanschen Zoologen (1914–1998)
  766. Q13405790 amerikanischä Zoolooch (1914–1998)
  767. Q13475216 Slovenski učitelj, novinar, urednik, publicist in zgodovinar, * 10. februar 1893, Vižmarje, * 2. oktober 1960, Ljubljana.
  768. Q13530471 Josep Maria Coll i Bacardí (1878-1917), va ser un arquitecte modernista català amb implantació professional a Terrassa d'on va ser arquitecte municipal des de novembre de 1911. Va obtenir el títol d'arquitecte el 1907.
  769. Q13534594 brasilianische Guerrillera (1946–1972)
  770. Q13571341 Vogt von Weida-Ronneburg (1209–1219)
  771. Q13571622 Vogt zu Greiz und Reichenbach (1209–1239/1240)
  772. Q13571847 Vogt von Weida-Ronneburg (1219–1243/1254)
  773. Q13586538 US-amerikanischer Naturforscher (1845–1914)
  774. Q13586538 amerikaanschen Naturforscher (1845–1914)
  775. Q13883257 (1853-1929) Australian, Swiss born, humanist, politician, journalist and writer
  776. Q13883257 (1853-1929) Australian, Swiss born, humanist, politician, journalist, writer
  777. Q14405966 Catalan painter (1872-1933)
  778. Q14542087 French poet (1709-1752)
  779. Q14623239 American journalist (1831-1896)
  780. Q14643080 Vicomte de Narbonne (v. 1067- v. 1071)
  781. Q14643112 Vicomte de Narbonne (v. 1071 - 1104/5)
  782. Q14912090 Mycologist and lichenologist (1863-1936)
  783. Q14928422 1883 - 1944
  784. Q14945618 English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1656 to 1659
  785. Q15051028 English impressionist painter (1857-1925)
  786. Q15060338 Latvijas hokejists (1915—1984)
  787. Q15060341 Latvijas hokejists (1941—1997)
  788. Q15068154 politician, 1882-1952
  789. Q15070260 English Anglican priest (fl. 1612–1660)
  790. Q15079697 1890-1982
  791. Q15081047 journalist, 1907-1984
  792. Q15089910 governor of Egypt from 1544 to 1546
  793. Q15137595 1924-2013
  794. Q15230189 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1997-2006)
  795. Q15230189 Limassol mayor (1997-2006)
  796. Q15230373 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1973-1986)
  797. Q15230373 Limassol mayor (1973-1986)
  798. Q15230374 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1986-1996)
  799. Q15230374 Limassol mayor (1986-1996)
  800. Q15230576 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1964-1971)
  801. Q15230576 Limassol mayor (1964-1971)
  802. Q15235241 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1878-1885)
  803. Q15235241 Limassol mayor (1878-1885)
  804. Q15235445 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1885-1887, 1896-1908)
  805. Q15235445 Limassol mayor (1885-1887, 1896-1908)
  806. Q15235480 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1887-1897)
  807. Q15235480 Limassol mayor (1887-1896)
  808. Q15235661 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1908-1912)
  809. Q15235661 Limassol mayor (1908-1912)
  810. Q15237092 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1913-1914)
  811. Q15237092 Limassol mayor (1913-1914)
  812. Q15237847 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1914-1920)
  813. Q15237847 Limassol mayor (1914-1920)
  814. Q15237982 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1920-1926, 1927-1930)
  815. Q15237982 Limassol mayor (1920-1926, 1927-1930)
  816. Q15237993 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1930-1943)
  817. Q15237993 Limassol mayor (1930-1943)
  818. Q15238154 Δήμαρχος Λεμεσού (1949-1950, 1953-1962)
  819. Q15238154 Limassol mayor (1949-1950, 1953-1962)
  820. Q15401646 Istnieje w Wiki Halina Elczewska (1919-2013) Pomysłodawczyni Park Ocalałych w Łodzi
  821. Q15401663 Henryk Rudnicki (1905-1980) polski dziennikarz w Łodzi
  822. Q15401666 Fryderyk Sellin (1831-1914) – łódzki przedsiębiorca teatralny, „lodzermensz”
  823. Q15401674 Emanuel Hamburski (1871-1931) – łódzki drukarz, redaktor gazety, działacz społeczny
  824. Q15401678 Lazar Prybulski (1879-1928) – łódzki lekarz, działacz kulturalny społeczności żydowskiej, działacz społeczny, propagator muzyki
  825. Q15401694 Maksymilian Cohn, (1850-1924) – łódzki lekarz, działacz społeczny społeczności żydowskiej, współtwórca pogotowia ratunkowego w Łodzi
  826. Q15427710 Spanish painter (f. 1394 - 1432)
  827. Q15435027 Domherr und seit 1253 Scholastikus in Magdeburg, Bischof im Bistum Schwerin (1263–1291)
  828. Q15437399 Titularbischof von Evelone (Abilone), Prior im Dominikanerkloster in Lübeck und Weihbischof von Schwerin (1359–1368)
  829. Q15503780 food policy analyst and writer, manager of the Toronto Food Policy Council from 2000-2010.
  830. Q15544722 évêque de Soissons de 1847 à 1860
  831. Q15630975 docteur en médecine (1853 – 1945)
  832. Q15696388 архимандрит Русской православной церкви (1737-1813)
  833. Q15702508 Łódzki dziennikarz (1897-1987)
  834. Q15715576 byzantinischer Feldherr, Vater von Micheal VIII. Palaiologos Kaiser von Byzanz (1259–1282)
  835. Q15729778 German artist, active 1570-1577
  836. Q15779744 norsk präst och författare som levde 1815-1882.
  837. Q15791063 deutscher Jurist und Publizist, insbesondere zur Zeit der Deutschen Revolution 1848/1849
  838. Q15813092 översättare 1847—1931
  839. Q15838607 lelkész, 1731–1803
  840. Q15854744 äquatorialguineischer Politiker, erster einheimischer Bürgermeister von Malabo (1960–1961)
  841. Q15899189 Frans Viktor Oskar Hyckert, svensk skådespelare och författare, som levde 1811-1859
  842. Q15899189 Swedish actor and author 1811-1859
  843. Q15933361 historien de l'art, spécialiste de l'art européen, conservateur en chef du Getty Museum de 1972 à 1977
  844. Q15961716 wojewoda podolski w latach 1704-1705
  845. Q15961733 English Chartist; weaver; transported to Australia in the 1830s for participation in a strike and riots in 1829.
  846. Q15982711 former Mayor of Erlangen (1934–1944)
  847. Q15982711 ehemaliger Bürgermeister von Erlangen 1934–1944
  848. Q16000397 Zamindar of Darbhanga Raj from 1929 – 1952
  849. Q16006424 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1954-1967
  850. Q16006793 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1963-1975
  851. Q16007008 silent film actor, 1895-1971
  852. Q16007458 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1951-1967
  853. Q16008161 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1959-1975
  854. Q16010364 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1943-1963
  855. Q16018405 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1967-1971
  856. Q16031251 diocesan bishop of Chicago (formerly Illinois) in the Episcopal Church from 1875 until his death in 1905
  857. Q16043757 English Painter, 1846-1919
  858. Q16063844 NYPD police inspector and participant in the Police Riot of 1857 and New York Draft Riots of 1863.
  859. Q16065892 English-born saloon keeper, thief and underworld figure in New York City during the 1850s and early 1860s; his murder by Barney Friery was one of the highly publicized trials in the city prior to the end of the American Civil War.
  860. Q16105231 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1974-1975
  861. Q16106106 Managing editor of The Wall Street Journal from 1991 to 2007
  862. Q16129082 Akiva Feinstein (1923, Rosh Pina - November 16, 1975, Jerusalem) was a member of the Mista'arvim
  863. Q16137351 Italian painter, active c.1290–c.1320.
  864. Q16154041 First female mayor of Cabuyao 2004-2007
  865. Q16167395 US-amerikanischer Zoologe (1861–1905)
  866. Q16167395 American zoologist (1861–1905)
  867. Q16198906 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1967-1971
  868. Q16199359 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1971-1975
  869. Q16205063 Politician; Member of Parliament for Micoud North, Saint Lucia from 2007-2011. She lost the seat to Gale Rigobert on elections day 28 November 2011 by 341 votes
  870. Q16206858 General Secretary of the Kingston, Jamaica YMCA 1960s-1970s
  871. Q16224793 englischer Cricketspieler (spielte 1830 und 1833)
  872. Q16224793 English cricketer (played in 1830 and 1833)
  873. Q16224793 engelschen Cricketspeler (speel 1830 un 1833)
  874. Q16224793 englischä Cricketspillä (hat 1830 und 1833 gspilld)
  875. Q16239826 Vice-Chancellor of the University of Salford, 1997 to 2009
  876. Q16244459 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1955-1971
  877. Q16320493 asiatischstämmiger Schauspieler beim deutschen Film (1919–1939)
  878. Q16335091 US-amerikanischer Politiker und Vizegouverneur des Bundesstaates Montana (1965-1969)
  879. Q16465724 Vietnamese ambassador to Poland, 2006-2010
  880. Q16514983 научный руководитель ГОИ в 1932—1945 гг
  881. Q16521262 magyar ferences szerzetes, pap (1733–1798)
  882. Q16546567 中国植物学家 (1921年-1999年)
  883. Q16546567 Chinese botanist (1921-1999)
  884. Q16546567 chinesischer Botaniker (1921-1999)
  885. Q16546567 中國植物學家 (1921年-1999年)
  886. Q16582142 Argentine visual artist (1921-2011)
  887. Q16626924 político argentino (1898 - 1950)
  888. Q16658025 (1576 – 1657) fu il centoseiesimo doge della Repubblica di Genova e re di Corsica
  889. Q16685005 епископ Болгарской православной церкви, епископ Левкийский (1907-1982)
  890. Q16711885 Governor of Smolensk in 1742-1748
  891. Q16711885 Смоленский губернатор в 1742-1748 гг.
  892. Q16749667 Pastor luterański niemieckiego pochodzenia (1897-1949). Proboszcz parafii ewangelicko-augsburskich w Torczynie, Zelowie i Bełchatowie
  893. Q16824798 erster Bürgermeister von Erlangen 1818–1827
  894. Q16848870 Scottish artist (fl. 1673–1713)
  895. Q16853333 English politician (fl. 1417–1433)
  896. Q16861342 (1538–1606)
  897. Q16866385 Lord Mayor of London 1486 - 1495
  898. Q16950903 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1959-1964
  899. Q16992288 Sheriff of Suffolk County, Massachusetts from 1969 to 1977
  900. Q17001814 Commander of the Egyptian Air Defence Forces January 1986 - December 1987
  901. Q17019253 Scottish minister and schoolmaster (c.1526–c.1591)
  902. Q17077743 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1975-1977
  903. Q17093964 Hungarian painter, active 1627-1647
  904. Q17108395 Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament, 1963-1967
  905. Q17118668 Schatzmeister des Internationalen Roten Kreuzes von 1898 bis 1918
  906. Q17118668 treasurer of the International Committee of the Red Cross 1898 to 1918
  907. Q17118668 trezoristo de la Internacia komitato de la Ruĝa Kruco 1898 ĝis 1918
  908. Q17249329 Präsident der Internationalen Astronomischen Union (2009-2012)
  909. Q17249329 President of the International Astronomical Union (2009-2012)
  910. Q17249329 Président de l'Union astronomique internationale (2009-2012)
  911. Q17362429 Georgian-Russian nun (1869-1936)
  912. Q17381577 US-amerikanischer Vogel- und Pflanzenkundler (1907–1982)
  913. Q17381577 American ornithologist and botanist (1907–1982)
  914. Q17381577 amerikaanschen Vagel- un Plantenkundler (1907–1982)
  915. Q17381577 amerikanischä Vochel- und Pflanznkundlä (1907–1982)
  916. Q17388379 Canadian politician and mayor of Victoria, British Columbia from 1944 to 1951
  917. Q17388869 niederländischer Zoologe (1853–1937)
  918. Q17388869 Dutch herpetologist (1853–1937)
  919. Q17388869 nedderlännschen Zoologen (1853–1937)
  920. Q17388869 niedäländischä Zoolooch (1853–1937)
  921. Q17421441 Secretary to the Agent-General for New Zealand from 1874 to 1909
  922. Q17423439 Presidios´s Inspector and the Governor of Texas between 1814 and 1817
  923. Q17425755 deutscher Biologe (1850–1878) in Japan
  924. Q17425755 German biologist (1850–1878) in Japan
  925. Q17425755 düütschen Biologen (1850–1878) in Japan
  926. Q17425755 deutschä Biolooch (1850–1878) in Jaban
  927. Q17425820 peintre, publiciste et affichiste français (1870-1919)
  928. Q17452272 Shugo de Izumo entre 1284 e 1288
  929. Q17452446 French painter (fl. 1791-1799)
  930. Q17524770 British Army officer (1888-1977)
  931. Q17905115 The Sultan of Delhi (1413-1414)
  932. Q18002926 a traduit de l’anglais entre 1932 et 1935
  933. Q18009060 Flemish Renaissance painter and engraver (1575-c.1632)
  934. Q18009060 Pintor y grabador italiano (1575 - después de 1630)
  935. Q18012097 (4 février 1921, 1er septembre 2008)
  936. Q18012178 Collabora à la 'Revue des deux mondes', à la 'Revue politique et parlementaire' et au 'Correspondant'. - Fils d'Henry Darcy (1840-1926)
  937. Q18012192 Femme de lettres. - D'origine arménienne, quitte Constantinople en 1876. - Sa soeur épouse en 1879, à Paris, Camille Barrère (1851-1940)
  938. Q18030347 Fullerian Professor of Physiology & Comparative Anatomy (1904-1906)
  939. Q18044801 Miss Earth Ecuador 2014, contestant in Miss Earth 2014
  940. Q18051036 Conférencier sur Java à la Société de géographie commeciale en 1890 et à Société de géographie de Paris en 1892
  941. Q18060819 Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs (1968-1974)
  942. Q18098106 South African novelist, shortlisted for the European Union Literary Award in 2011/2012 for White Wahala
  943. Q18115043 ingénieur civil des constructions navales, il a collaboré à ''L’Illustration'' et ''Sciences et vie'', a travaillé de 1912 à 1914.
  944. Q18115377 professeur au lycée Janson-de-Sailly, a écrit de 1901 à 1910.
  945. Q18160504 Canon of Windsor from 1375 to 1376
  946. Q18160970 Canon of Windsor from 1403 to 1404
  947. Q18163259 Son of Robert Wellwood of Touch (fl. 1652–1727), often confused with the physician James Wellwood
  948. Q18180803 Médecin français (vers 1743 – 1801)
  949. Q18180885 Spanish painter (c.1460-1536)
  950. Q18206748 Italian painter (c.1450–1505)
  951. Q18206801 Italian Renaissance painter (1430/1434–1484)
  952. Q18211082 Miss World Ecuador 2014, contestant in Miss World 2014
  953. Q18214986 maire de Nantes de 1654 à 1655
  954. Q18218061 English cricketer active from 1977 to 1979
  955. Q18218069 American ambassador to Colombia from 1983 - 1985 and Costa Rica from 1985 - 1987
  956. Q18219970 English artist, active 1621–1640
  957. Q18222137 évêque d'Autun de 1253 à 1283
  958. Q18228660 Swedish countess, wife of Hans Wachtmeister (1641–1714)
  959. Q18289096 horloger ayant été le dirigeant de l'entreprise Eterna pendant 14 ans jusqu'en 1987 avant d'avoir travaillé pour Omega, puis Vacheron Constantin en novembre 1988
  960. Q18349162 Slingsby, Henry (1619/20–1690), master of the mint
  961. Q18352954 ungarischer Politiker 1806 - 1873
  962. Q18368854 selekcjoner reprezentacji Polski w piłce nożnej w latach 1963-1965
  963. Q18398161 Mayor of Houston, Texas, 1858, 1867-1868
  964. Q18420683 German 1492–1520 F:0
  965. Q18516764 Flemish painter active in Antwerp from 1660 (or 1690) to 1698
  966. Q18526277 Lieberman, Aaron Samuel (1849?–1880), socialist activist
  967. Q18526280 Cole, Abdiah (fl. 1602–1664), physician
  968. Q18526284 Goldsmid, Abraham (c.1756–1810), merchant and financier
  969. Q18526285 Holditch, Abraham (bap. 1639, d. 1678), naval officer and merchant adventurer
  970. Q18526286 English distiller and organ builder (c. 1666–1715/16)
  971. Q18526297 Blackadder, Adam (b. 1659, d. in or after 1696), merchant and writer on covenanting
  972. Q18526307
  973. Q18526318
  974. Q18526324 Ælric (fl. 1050–1051), archbishop-elect of Canterbury
  975. Q18526325 Mackintosh, Sir Aeneas [Angus], baronet (1751/2–1820), author, chief of clan Mackintosh, and captain of clan Chattan
  976. Q18526326 Saint-Étienne de La Tour, Agathe de (b. c.1690, d. in or after 1765), landowner
  977. Q18526331 Mason, (Frances) Agnes (1849–1941), founder of the Community of the Holy Family
  978. Q18526336
  979. Q18526337
  980. Q18526338 Buxhull, Sir Alan (1323?–1381), soldier
  981. Q18526346 Alanus Anglicus (fl. c.1190–c.1210), canonist
  982. Q18526355
  983. Q18526358 1828–1904, classical scholar and college head
  984. Q18526366 Blackrie, Alexander (bap. 1702, d. 1772), surgeon-apothecary
  985. Q18526372 Buchan, Alexander Peter (bap. 1764, d. 1824), physician
  986. Q18526379 Cooke, Alexander (bap. 1564, d. 1632), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist
  987. Q18526428
  988. Q18526430
  989. Q18526438 Fonseca, Alvaro da [Jacob Jessurun Alvares] (1657?–1742), diamond merchant
  990. Q18526454 Gray, Andrew, first Lord Gray (b. c.1390, d. in or before 1470), administrator and landowner
  991. Q18526460 Maunsell, Andrew (b. c.1560, d. in or after 1604?), bookseller and bibliographer
  992. Q18526462 Paschall, Andrew (1631?–1696), Church of England clergyman and advocate for a universal language
  993. Q18526464 Pilkington, Sir Andrew (c.1767–1853), army officer
  994. Q18526471 Wyke, Andrew (fl. 1645–1663), Baptist minister and Ranter
  995. Q18526472 Jelfe, Andrews (c.1690–1759), masonry contractor and architect
  996. Q18526473 Carpentière, Andries [Andrew Carpenter] (c.1677–1737), sculptor
  997. Q18526475 Bix, Angel (1645/6–1695), Franciscan friar
  998. Q18526478 Blaykling, Ann (fl. 1652–1708), Quaker preacher
  999. Q18526480 Duck, Ann (bap. 1717, d. 1744), criminal
  1000. Q18526485 Liddell [née Clavering], Ann (bap. 1686, d. in or after 1734), political commentator
  1001. Q18526493 Cecil [née Lake; other married name Rodney], Anne, Lady Ros (1599x1601–1630), noblewoman
  1002. Q18526498 Parsons, Anne [Nancy; married name Anne Maynard, Viscountess Maynard] (c.1735–1814/15), courtesan and political mistress
  1003. Q18526499
  1004. Q18526536 Ingram, Archibald (c.1699–1770), tobacco merchant and civic leader
  1005. Q18526538
  1006. Q18526557 Homer, Henry Sacheverell (bap. 1719, d. 1791), writer
  1007. Q18526562 Pitts, Arthur (1557–c.1634), Roman Catholic priest
  1008. Q18526568 Wade, Arthur Savage (bap. 1787, d. 1845), Chartist and Church of England clergyman
  1009. Q18526573 Renialme, Ascanius de [known as Ascanius] (c.1550–1600), bookseller
  1010. Q18526578 Magraidhin, Aughuistín [Augustin Macgradoigh, Augustine MacGrane] (c.1349–1405), chronicler
  1011. Q18526604
  1012. Q18526606
  1013. Q18526609
  1014. Q18526611 Andrewes, Bartimaeus (1550/51–1616), Church of England clergyman
  1015. Q18526612 Mwanga, Basamula Danieri (c.1866–1903), king of Buganda
  1016. Q18526613
  1017. Q18526629 Duddell, Benedict (c.1695–1759x67), surgeon and oculist
  1018. Q18526631 Calamy, Benjamin (bap. 1646, d. 1685/6), Church of England clergyman
  1019. Q18526632 Chandler, Benjamin (bap. 1736, d. 1786), surgeon
  1020. Q18526633 Cosyn, Benjamin (c.1580–1653), organist and composer
  1021. Q18526636 Mackerell, Benjamin (bap. 1685, d. 1738), antiquary and librarian
  1022. Q18526664
  1023. Q18526667
  1024. Q18526669 Bonus (fl. 1327–1333), abbot of Tavistock
  1025. Q18526672 English bookseller (baptised 1645, died in or after 1719)
  1026. Q18526680
  1027. Q18526683 Paget [née Masterson], Briget (b. 1570, d. in or after 1647), literary editor
  1028. Q18526694 Cadwaladr Cesail (fl. 1614–1626), poet
  1029. Q18526695 Ward, Caesar (bap. 1710, d. 1759), bookseller and historian
  1030. Q18526697 Welsh editor (fl. 1776–1795)
  1031. Q18526703 Iestyn ap Gwrgant (fl. c.1081–c.1120), nobleman
  1032. Q18526708
  1033. Q18526709 Drew, Catharine (1825/6–1910), journalist and women's rights activist
  1034. Q18526711 Barmby [née Watkins], Catherine Isabella [pseud. Kate] (1816/17–1853), utopian socialist and writer on women's emancipation
  1035. Q18526713 Jemmat [née Yeo], Catherine (bap. 1714, d. 1766?), memoirist
  1036. Q18526722
  1037. Q18526732 Bernard, Charles (bap. 1652, d. 1710), surgeon
  1038. Q18526735 Bindley, Charles [pseud. Harry Hieover] (1795/6–1859), writer on field sports
  1039. Q18526740 Bonython, Charles (c.1649–1705), lawyer
  1040. Q18526741 Bowerman, Charles William (1851?–1947), trade unionist and politician
  1041. Q18526748 Clagget, Charles (1740?–c.1795), musician and inventor of improvements for musical instruments
  1042. Q18526751 Cole, Charles Nalson (1722/3–1804), lawyer
  1043. Q18526756 Connor, Charles (c.1788–1826), actor
  1044. Q18526761 Croke, Unton (1594/5–1670/71), lawyer and politician
  1045. Q18526765 Coetlogon, Charles Edward de (bap. 1747, d. 1820), Church of England clergyman
  1046. Q18526778 Goodall, Charles (c.1642–1712), physician
  1047. Q18526779 Harwood, Francis (1726/7–1783), sculptor
  1048. Q18526780 Knapwell [Clapwell], Richard (fl. 1284–1286), Dominican friar and theologian
  1049. Q18526782 Goodall, Charles (c.1642–1712), physician
  1050. Q18526787 Haward, Charles (fl. 1668–1689), musical instrument maker
  1051. Q18526790 Heddle, Charles William Maxwell (1811/12–1889), merchant
  1052. Q18526791 Ledred [Lederede], Richard (c.1275–1360?), bishop of Ossory
  1053. Q18526797 Craufurd, John Walkinshaw, of Craufurdland (1720/21–1793), army officer
  1054. Q18526800 Hooton, Charles (1810?–1847), novelist and journalist
  1055. Q18526805 Hornby, Charles (bap. 1670?, d. 1739), political pamphleteer and public servant
  1056. Q18526810 R. G. Wilson, ‘Meux family (per. 1757–1910)’, first published
  1057. Q18526822 Walloon Dominican friar in England (fl. 1502–1555)
  1058. Q18526824 English musician (1770/71–c.1810)
  1059. Q18526825 Mainauduc, John Boniot de [John Boniot Demainauduc] (c.1750–1797), surgeon and animal magnetizer
  1060. Q18526826 Morton, Richard (bap. 1637, d. 1698), ejected minister and physician
  1061. Q18526829 Rishanger, William (b. 1249/50, d. after 1312), Benedictine monk and chronicler
  1062. Q18526835 Deighton, John (1747/8–1828), bookseller and publisher
  1063. Q18526843 Irish poet (born 1564/5, died in or after 1615)
  1064. Q18526857 Patch, Richard (1770?–1806), murderer
  1065. Q18526858 Seager [Segar], Francis (fl. 1549–1563), translator and poet
  1066. Q18526862 Durant [Durance], John (bap. 1620, d. 1689), Independent divine
  1067. Q18526867 Trigge, Francis (1547?–1606), Church of England clergyman and writer on social issues
  1068. Q18526871 Egremont, Sir John (b. 1459?, d. in or after 1505), rebel
  1069. Q18526873 Walkingame, Francis (bap. 1723, d. 1783), schoolmaster and writer on arithmetic
  1070. Q18526880 Prosser, Richard (bap. 1747, d. 1839), Church of England clergyman and tutor
  1071. Q18526892 Samble, Richard (bap. 1644, d. 1680), Quaker minister
  1072. Q18526893 Fransham, John (bap. 1670, d. 1753?), linen draper and writer
  1073. Q18526898 Needham, Charles, fourth Viscount Kilmorey (c.1637–1660), nobleman and royalist insurgent
  1074. Q18526907 British engraver and drawing-master (fl. 1766–1783)
  1075. Q18526909 Getsius, John Daniel [formerly Johann Daniel] (1591/2–1672), Church of England clergyman and writer
  1076. Q18526913 Potter, Christopher (1590/91–1646), college head and dean of Worcester
  1077. Q18526920 Stonehewer, Richard (1727/8–1809), friend of Thomas Gray
  1078. Q18526923 Poyntz, Charles (1734/5–1809), Church of England clergyman
  1079. Q18526936 Tomson, Richard (fl. 1582–1600), merchant
  1080. Q18526948 Goldbeter, John (fl. 1337–1364), merchant
  1081. Q18526950 Nantz, Frederic Coleman (c.1810–1844), actor and playwright
  1082. Q18526951 Torkington, Richard (fl. 1511–1518), Catholic priest and pilgrim
  1083. Q18526952 Saltonstall, Charles (bap. 1607, d. 1665), naval officer and teacher of navigation
  1084. Q18526955 Veale, Richard (1687?–1756), master mariner and privateer
  1085. Q18526985 Widmore, Richard (bap. 1681, d. 1764), historian and librarian
  1086. Q18526987 Evans, Frederick Moule (1832/3–1902), printer
  1087. Q18526989 British portrait painter, fl. 1719–1775
  1088. Q18526993 Gratton, John (1642/3–1712), Quaker preacher and writer
  1089. Q18526994 L. A. Yeoman, ‘North Berwick witches (act. 1590–1592)’, first published
  1090. Q18526999 Goodall [Goodhall], Frederick Trevelyan (bap. 1848, d. 1871), painter
  1091. Q18527003
  1092. Q18527005 Haime, John (bap. 1708, d. 1784), soldier and Methodist preacher
  1093. Q18527025
  1094. Q18527028 Hawley, John, the elder (c.1350–1408), pirate, merchant, and administrator
  1095. Q18527035 Herbert, Sir John (c.1540–1617), civil lawyer
  1096. Q18527036 Tidswell, Charlotte (1759/60–1846), actress
  1097. Q18527038 Herne [Heron], John (c.1593–1649), barrister
  1098. Q18527041 Birrel, Robert (fl. 1567–1605), diarist
  1099. Q18527050
  1100. Q18527055 Cowper, Christabel (b. c.1495, d. 1562?), prioress of Marrick
  1101. Q18527064 Bland, Robert (1779?–1825), classical scholar
  1102. Q18527065 Learmonth, Christian (bap. 1718, d. 1762), milliner and shopkeeper
  1103. Q18527075
  1104. Q18527080 Bullock, Christopher (bap. 1691?, d. 1722), actor and playwright
  1105. Q18527081 Bolron, Robert (fl. 1665–1682), informer and perjurer
  1106. Q18527084 Codrington, Christopher (1639/40–1698), planter and colonial official
  1107. Q18527088
  1108. Q18527087 Hornby, John (fl. 1350–1375), Carmelite friar, and religious controversialist
  1109. Q18527090 Corbet, Gabriel (fl. 1427–1454), merchant
  1110. Q18527092 Browne [Brown], Robert (bap. 1672, d. 1753), history painter
  1111. Q18527093 Stokes, Gabriel (bap. 1682, d. 1768), mathematical instrument maker and surveyor
  1112. Q18527103
  1113. Q18527106 Buckenham, Robert (fl. c.1523–1539), Catholic polemicist and prior of Cambridge
  1114. Q18527107 Ganga Govind Singh [Ganga Gobinda Sinha] (fl. 1750–1795), revenue administrator in Bengal
  1115. Q18527110 Callis, Robert (c.1577–1642), barrister
  1116. Q18527111
  1117. Q18527122 Marisco, Geoffrey de (b. before 1171, d. 1245), justiciar of Ireland
  1118. Q18527126 Say, Geoffrey de, second Lord de Say (1304/5–1359), soldier
  1119. Q18527129 Carne, Robert Harkness (bap. 1784, d. 1844), Calvinist minister
  1120. Q18527131 Tildesley, Christopher (fl. 1384–1414), goldsmith
  1121. Q18527134 Egremont, Sir John (b. 1459?, d. in or after 1505), rebel
  1122. Q18527135 Chamberlain [Chamberlane], Robert (1570/71–1636), Franciscan friar
  1123. Q18527137 Chamberlain, Robert (1632?–1696), merchant and mathematician
  1124. Q18527138 Keltridge, John (bap. 1553, d. 1582x1604), Church of England clergyman
  1125. Q18527139 Chamberlain, Robert (bap. 1736?, d. 1798), enameller and porcelain manufacturer
  1126. Q18527158
  1127. Q18527160 Codrington, Robert (1601/2–1665?), translator and writer
  1128. Q18527161 Clarembald (fl. 1155–1173), abbot-elect of St Augustine's, Canterbury
  1129. Q18527162 Kitchingman, John (1740?–1781), painter
  1130. Q18527166 Ballard, George (fl. 1807–1830), menagerie keeper and showman
  1131. Q18527176 Nau de la Boissellière, Claude (fl. 1574–1605), administrator and courtier
  1132. Q18527177 Knightbridge, John (1619/20–1677), Church of England clergyman and founder of the Knightbridge professorship in moral theology at Cambridge
  1133. Q18527178 Curson, Sir Robert, styled Lord Curson, and Baron Curson in the nobility of the Holy Roman empire (c.1460–1534/5), soldier and courtier
  1134. Q18527180 Dallam, Robert (c.1602–1665), organ builder
  1135. Q18527183 Bennet, George (1750/51–1835), Hebraist and Presbyterian minister
  1136. Q18527186 Bennis, George Geary (1790/1793–1866), librarian and author
  1137. Q18527195 Spelman, Clement (bap. 1598, d. 1679), judge
  1138. Q18527198 Denniston, Sir Robert, of Montjoy (1546/7–1625), government official and diplomat
  1139. Q18527201 Walkinshaw, Clementine, styled countess of Albestroff (c.1720–1802), mistress of Prince Charles Edward Stuart
  1140. Q18527204 Lethieullier, Sir John (1632/3–1719), merchant and local politician
  1141. Q18527207 Dingley, Robert (1618/19–1660), clergyman
  1142. Q18527223 British tutor and inventor of gun-locks (fl. 1790–1799)
  1143. Q18527232 Susan E. Stuart, ‘Gillow family (per. c.1730–c.1830)’, first published
  1144. Q18527234 Bottomley, George (bap. 1787?, d. 1868), surgeon
  1145. Q18527238 Scottish poet (fl. 1608–1649)
  1146. Q18527245 Gordon, Robert (bap. 1703, d. 1779), Jacobite sympathizer and the last bishop of the nonjuring Church of England
  1147. Q18527248 Mabb [Mab], John (c.1515–1582), goldsmith
  1148. Q18527252 Gouge, Robert (1629/30–1705), clergyman and ejected minister
  1149. Q18527253 Budd, George (fl. 1745–1756), painter
  1150. Q18527257 Grumbold, Robert (bap. 1639, d. 1720), mason and architect
  1151. Q18527258 Bullen, George (1816x18–1894), librarian
  1152. Q18527261 Gutch, Robert (bap. 1777, d. 1851), Church of England clergyman
  1153. Q18527266 Mageoghegan [Mag Eochagáin], Conall (fl. 1596–1644), historian
  1154. Q18527267 Camocke, George (c.1666–1732), Jacobite naval officer and officer in the Spanish service
  1155. Q18527272 Lucy Peltz, ‘Havell family (per. c.1775–1934)’, first published
  1156. Q18527274 Campbell, George (bap. 1761, d. 1817), poet
  1157. Q18527277 Carleton, George (1651/2?–1728x30), army officer and memoirist
  1158. Q18527292 English informer, born 1648/9, died in or after 1704
  1159. Q18527290 Castle, George (1634/5–1673), physician
  1160. Q18527295 Loder, Robert (bap. 1589, d. 1638), farmer and accounts keeper
  1161. Q18527298 Mitchell, Cornelius (fl. 1709–1748), naval officer
  1162. Q18527299 Asa Briggs, ‘Longman family (per. 1724–1972)’, first published
  1163. Q18527311 Children, George (bap. 1742, d. 1818), banker
  1164. Q18527312 Mawer, John (1702/3–1763), poet and biblical translator
  1165. Q18527321 McCluer, John (1759?–1795), hydrographer
  1166. Q18527322 Church of England clergyman, fl. 1571–1621
  1167. Q18527323 Cock, George (bap. 1615, d. 1679), merchant and friend of Samuel Pepys
  1168. Q18527331 Dymock, Cressy (fl. 1629–1660), agriculturist
  1169. Q18527336 Cokayn [Cokayne], George (bap. 1620, d. 1691), Independent minister
  1170. Q18527341 Collingwood, George (c.1679–1716), Jacobite insurgent
  1171. Q18527342 McWard [Macward], Robert (c.1625–1681), Presbyterian minister in the Netherlands
  1172. Q18527345 Meyrick, Sir John (c.1559–1638/9), diplomat and merchant
  1173. Q18527347 Melville, Robert, first Lord Melville (1527/8–1621), administrator and judge
  1174. Q18527352 Clarke, Cuthbert (1728/9–1790), writer and lecturer on natural philosophy and agriculture
  1175. Q18527353 Morley, Robert, second Lord Morley (b. in or before 1295, d. 1360), administrator and soldier
  1176. Q18527358 Croke, Sir George (c.1560–1642), judge and law reporter
  1177. Q18527359 Morwen, John (b. 1519/20, d. in or after 1583), Roman Catholic priest
  1178. Q18527360 Sydenham, Cuthbert (bap. 1623, d. 1654), Independent minister and political writer
  1179. Q18527361 Morse, Robert (1741/2–1818), military engineer
  1180. Q18527367 Munden, Sir John (c.1645–1719), naval officer
  1181. Q18527368 Nobbes, Robert (1652–1706?), Church of England clergyman and writer on angling
  1182. Q18527371 Wilde, Samuel De (bap. 1751, d. 1832), portrait painter
  1183. Q18527374 Lucar, Cyprian (1544–1611?), author
  1184. Q18527376 Ufford, Sir Robert of (b. in or before 1235, d. 1298), justiciar of Ireland
  1185. Q18527382
  1186. Q18527385 Etheridge [Etherege], George (1519–1588?), physician and classical scholar
  1187. Q18527391 Northbrooke, John (fl. 1567–1589), Church of England clergyman and author
  1188. Q18527392 Ingram, Dale (bap. 1710, d. 1793), surgeon and man-midwife
  1189. Q18527395 Perreau, Robert (c.1734–1776), apothecary and forger
  1190. Q18527396 Northleigh, John (1656/7–1705), physician and pamphleteer
  1191. Q18527394 Gage, George (c.1582–1638), diplomat and businessman
  1192. Q18527398 Norwich, John, first Lord Norwich (c.1299–1362), baron and soldier
  1193. Q18527403 John O'Groats (supp. fl. 1496/1523), supposed ferryman
  1194. Q18527404 Okeover [Oker], John (bap. 1595?, d. 1663?), organist and composer
  1195. Q18527405 Poynings [Ponyngs], Michael, first Lord Poynings (c.1318–1369), soldier
  1196. Q18527412 English Roman Catholic theologian (born c.1535, died in or after 1568)
  1197. Q18527413
  1198. Q18527421 Ollyffe, John (1647/8–1717), Church of England clergyman
  1199. Q18527426 Roche, Robert (bap. 1576, d. 1629), poet
  1200. Q18527428 Roxby, Robert (c.1809–1866), actor
  1201. Q18527429 English poet (fl. 1418–1422)
  1202. Q18527430 Heton, George (b. c.1515, d. in or after 1598), merchant and religious activist
  1203. Q18527434 Spillan, Daniel (1796/7–1854), classical and medical writer
  1204. Q18527438 Staples, Robert Ponsonby (1784/5–1852), consul and merchant in Buenos Aires and Mexico
  1205. Q18527441 Tatersal, Robert (fl. 1734–1735), poet and bricklayer
  1206. Q18527446 Peeters, John (1666/7?–1727?), painter
  1207. Q18527450 Thomlinson, Robert (bap. 1668, d. 1748), benefactor
  1208. Q18527451 Penkethman, John (fl. 1623–1668), accountant
  1209. Q18527452 Toy, Humphrey (b. in or before 1537, d. 1577), bookseller
  1210. Q18527459 Bindon, Francis (c.1690–1765), portrait painter and architect
  1211. Q18527461 Trewman, Robert (1738/9–1802), printer and newspaper proprietor
  1212. Q18527464 Urie, Robert (bap. 1713, d. 1771), printer and bookseller
  1213. Q18527465 Ludlow, Roger (bap. 1590, d. after 1664?), colonial governor and jurist
  1214. Q18527469 Menefie, George (1596/7–1645/6), merchant and lawyer
  1215. Q18527475 Veel, Robert (1647/8–c.1674), poet
  1216. Q18527478 Vilvain, Robert (bap. 1576, d. 1663), physician and philanthropist
  1217. Q18527482 Browne, David (fl. 1622–1638), writing-master and author
  1218. Q18527483 Plumbe, John (bap. 1670, d. 1763), landowner and lawyer
  1219. Q18527485 Michael Hicks, ‘Willoughby family (per. c.1300–1523)’, first published
  1220. Q18527487 Buchanan, David (c.1595–1652), author
  1221. Q18527498 Wyer [Wyre], Robert (fl. 1524–1556), printer and bookseller
  1222. Q18527503 Osborne, George (1690?–1762?), journalist and journal editor
  1223. Q18527509 Bertram, Roger (c.1195–1242), baron and justice
  1224. Q18527510 Pettie, George (c.1548–1589), writer of romances
  1225. Q18527515
  1226. Q18527519 Carr, Roger (1543?–1611/12), Church of England clergyman
  1227. Q18527523 Clarendon, Sir Roger (c.1350–1402), royal bastard and conspirator
  1228. Q18527525
  1229. Q18527530 Rainey, George (bap. 1801, d. 1884), anatomist
  1230. Q18527532 Cocks, Roger (fl. 1611–1642), Church of England clergyman and poet
  1231. Q18527531 Cranston, David (c.1480–1512), philosopher and theologian
  1232. Q18527534 Coke, Roger (c.1628–1704x7), political writer and economist
  1233. Q18527537 Collingwood, Roger (fl. 1495–1517), mathematician
  1234. Q18527544 Rotheram, John (c.1750–1804), natural philosopher
  1235. Q18527547 Ryvere, Sir John (b. 1313, d. after 1364), landowner and soldier
  1236. Q18527553 Ruthven, George Thomas Joseph (1792/3–1844), police officer
  1237. Q18527555 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  1238. Q18527558 Sandsbury, John (1575/6–1610), Latin poet and Church of England clergyman
  1239. Q18527562 Leech, David (1600x05–1657x64), Church of Scotland minister and poet
  1240. Q18527563
  1241. Q18527565 Hog [Hogg], Sir Roger, of Harcarse, Lord Harcarse (1634/5–1700), judge
  1242. Q18527570
  1243. Q18527574 Scharpe, George (c.1583–1638), physician
  1244. Q18527576 Kelke, Roger (1523/4–1576), college head
  1245. Q18527581 English portrait painter (fl. 1694–1737)
  1246. Q18527585 Shalders, George (c.1825–1873), watercolour painter
  1247. Q18527596 Porter, David (1746/7–1819), chimney sweep, social reformer, and property developer
  1248. Q18527597 Stubbs, George Townly (bap. 1748, d. 1815?), engraver and printseller
  1249. Q18527599 Sherratt, John (bap. 1718, d. 1788), entrepreneur and social reformer
  1250. Q18527601 Roche, David, seventh Viscount Roche of Fermoy (1573?–1635), nobleman
  1251. Q18527608 Thicknesse, George (bap. 1714, d. 1790), schoolmaster
  1252. Q18527611 Thomas, Sir George, baronet (c.1695–1774), planter and colonial governor
  1253. Q18527616 Ure, David (bap. 1749, d. 1798), naturalist and local historian
  1254. Q18527626 Troup, George (bap. 1810, d. 1879), journalist and publisher
  1255. Q18527627 Vedder, David (bap. 1789, d. 1854), poet
  1256. Q18527635 Veale, George (b. 1757, d. in or before 1833), viola player
  1257. Q18527651 Swinnerton, Sir John (bap. 1564, d. 1616), merchant and City politician
  1258. Q18527652 Hayford, Denis (c.1635–1733), iron- and steelmaster
  1259. Q18527657 Weatherhead, George Hume (1790?–1853), physician
  1260. Q18527658 Hendriks, Rose Ellen (fl. 1845–1856), novelist and poet
  1261. Q18527669 Thane, John (1747?–1818), dealer in prints, medals, and manuscripts
  1262. Q18527671 Wickes, George (bap. 1698, d. 1761), goldsmith
  1263. Q18527678 Thoroughgood, Sir John (bap. 1594?, d. 1675), government official
  1264. Q18527683
  1265. Q18527693 Buckett, Rowland (bap. 1571, d. 1639), decorative painter and joiner
  1266. Q18527700 Towneley, John (bap. 1697, d. 1782), translator
  1267. Q18527706 Hoste, Dirick (c.1588–1663), merchant and financier
  1268. Q18527709 Vaughan, Rowland (c.1590–1667), translator and poet
  1269. Q18527715 Toy, John (1608x11–1663), Church of England clergyman and headmaster
  1270. Q18527716 Traske, John (c.1585–1636), Church of England clergyman and separatist minister
  1271. Q18527727
  1272. Q18527738 Wesel, Gerhard von (c.1443–1510), merchant and administrator
  1273. Q18527741
  1274. Q18527743 Vaus, John (c.1484–c.1539), grammarian
  1275. Q18527749 Mahon [née Tilson], Gertrude (b. 1752, d. in or after 1808), courtesan and actress
  1276. Q18527755 Verelst, Simon Pieterszoon (bap. 1644, d. 1710x17), painter
  1277. Q18527754 Chambers [alias Mann], Sabine (c.1559–1633), Jesuit
  1278. Q18527758 Verneuil, John (1582/3–1647), librarian
  1279. Q18527760 Sidney [married name Bicknell], Sabrina (1756/7–1843), subject of a study in child development
  1280. Q18527763 Delaune, Gideon (1564/5–1659), apothecary
  1281. Q18527766 Martin [née Eccleston], Dorcas, Lady Martin (1536/7–1599), translator and bookseller
  1282. Q18527768 Harvey, Gideon (1636/7–1702), physician
  1283. Q18527779 Cade, Salusbury (c.1660–1720), physician
  1284. Q18527787 Wauchope, Sir John, of Niddrie (1592/3–1682), politician
  1285. Q18527789 Dosunmu, Samson Olabowale [Ola] (1914–1991?), gambler and nightclub proprietor
  1286. Q18527791 Coles, Gilbert (1617?–1676), Church of England clergyman
  1287. Q18527795 Timothy Clayton, Anita McConnell, ‘Alken family (per. 1745–1894)’, first published
  1288. Q18527824 Blackall, Samuel (bap. 1737, d. 1792), Church of England clergyman
  1289. Q18527833 Lawrence, Giles (1522–1584/5), Greek scholar
  1290. Q18527835 Botley, Samuel (1640/41–1677), stenographer
  1291. Q18527840 Barantyn, Drew (c.1350–1415), goldsmith and mayor of London
  1292. Q18527851 Torré, Giovanni Battista (fl. 1753–1776), pyrotechnician and print publisher
  1293. Q18527860 Chidley, Samuel (b. 1616, d. in or after 1672), Leveller and pamphleteer
  1294. Q18527872 Grew, Obadiah (bap. 1607, d. 1689), ejected clergyman and nonconformist minister
  1295. Q18527874 Clarridge, Samuel (1631–1704/5), Quaker activist
  1296. Q18527876
  1297. Q18527886 Cradock, Samuel (1620/21–1706), nonconformist minister
  1298. Q18527890 Dale, Samuel (bap. 1659, d. 1739), apothecary and physician
  1299. Q18527896
  1300. Q18527897 Gilchrist, Ebenezer (bap. 1708, d. 1774), physician
  1301. Q18527898 Bennet, Joseph (bap. 1627, d. 1707), nonconformist minister
  1302. Q18527902 Desborough [Disbrowe], Samuel (1619–1690), politician and administrator
  1303. Q18527910
  1304. Q18527915 D'Oyly, Samuel (bap. 1681, d. 1748), translator
  1305. Q18527926 Blagrave, Joseph (b. 1610, d. in or before 1682), astrologer
  1306. Q18527932
  1307. Q18527939 Hoole, Samuel (1757/8–1839), poet
  1308. Q18527947 Inglis [married name Kello], Esther (1570/71–1624), calligrapher
  1309. Q18527948 Artis, Edmund Tyrell (bap. 1789, d. 1847), geologist and archaeologist
  1310. Q18527949 Capper, Joseph (1726/7–1804), eccentric
  1311. Q18527950 Champion, Joseph (b. 1709, d. in or before 1768), writing-master and accountant
  1312. Q18527953
  1313. Q18527964 Ladyman, Samuel (1625/6–1684), Church of Ireland clergyman
  1314. Q18527967 Phylip, Siôn (c.1540–1620), Welsh-language poet
  1315. Q18527968 Clarke, Joseph (1811?–1860), Church of England clergyman
  1316. Q18527969 Carew, Sir Edmund (c.1464–1513), landowner and administrator
  1317. Q18527970 Frost, Gualter [Walter] (bap. 1598, d. 1652), political agent and government official
  1318. Q18527974 Loggon, Samuel (bap. 1711, d. c.1778), Church of England clergyman and author
  1319. Q18527975 Brian, Guy, Baron Brian (c.1310–1390), soldier and diplomat
  1320. Q18527980 Miege, Guy (bap. 1644, d. in or after 1718), author and lexicographer
  1321. Q18527983 Collyer, Joseph, the elder (1714/15–1776), translator and bookseller
  1322. Q18527994 Gillingwater, Edmund (bap. 1736, d. 1813), topographer
  1323. Q18528000
  1324. Q18528004
  1325. Q18528012 Kem, Joseph [Teddy] (bap. 1700, d. 1780), miser and farmer-weaver
  1326. Q18528015 D. A. Farnie, ‘Platt family (per. c.1815–1930)’, first published
  1327. Q18528021 Sawyer, Edmund (b. after 1687, d. 1759), lawyer
  1328. Q18528022 Salter, Samuel (c.1680–1756), Church of England clergyman
  1329. Q18528033 Scattergood, Anthony (bap. 1611, d. 1687), Church of England clergyman
  1330. Q18528034 Mylchreest, Joseph (1836/7–1896), diamond miner
  1331. Q18528035 Solomon, Samuel (1768/9–1819), manufacturer of patent medicines
  1332. Q18528054 White, Samuel [called Siamese White] (c.1650–1689), official in the Siamese service and pirate
  1333. Q18528053 Bulstrode, Edward (c.1588–1659), judge
  1334. Q18528056 Burch, Edward (bap. 1730, d. 1814), gem-engraver
  1335. Q18528059 Burnell, Edward (fl. 1542–1565?), classical scholar
  1336. Q18528066 Howel [Hywel], Harri (b. c.1610, d. in or after 1671), Welsh-language poet
  1337. Q18528076 Bysshe, Edward (fl. 1702–1714), writer
  1338. Q18528083 Warder, Joseph (1654/5–1724), writer on bee-keeping
  1339. Q18528084 Castelin, Edward (fl. 1554–1578), merchant
  1340. Q18528085 Warrack, Harriet (bap. 1825, d. 1910), headmistress
  1341. Q18528092 Amos [née Bunting], Sarah Maclardie (1840/41–1908), political activist
  1342. Q18528099 Baker [née Wakelin], Sarah (1736/7–1816), actress and theatre manager
  1343. Q18528102 Coningsby, Sir Harry (fl. 1633–1665), translator
  1344. Q18528104 Twyford, Joshua (bap. 1640, d. 1729), potter
  1345. Q18528117 Trelawny, Sir Harry, seventh baronet (bap. 1756, d. 1834), dissenting minister, Church of England clergyman, and Roman Catholic priest
  1346. Q18528118 Wilkinson, Joshua Lucock (bap. 1769, d. in or after 1802), travel writer
  1347. Q18528121 Coleman, Edward (bap. 1622, d. 1669), singer and composer
  1348. Q18528124 Lewis, Sarah (fl. 1839–1848), writer on the status of women
  1349. Q18528125 Berrow, Harvey (bap. 1719, d. 1776), printer and newspaper proprietor
  1350. Q18528126 Ward [née Achurch], Sarah (1726/7–1771), actress and theatre manager
  1351. Q18528132 Conolly, Arthur (1807–1842?), army officer in the East India Company
  1352. Q18528137
  1353. Q18528141
  1354. Q18528144 Joan Kirby, ‘Savile family (per. c.1480–1644)’, first published
  1355. Q18528142 English conspirator (fl. 1679–1691)
  1356. Q18528156 Bodley, Sir Josias (c.1550–1617), soldier and military engineer
  1357. Q18528180 Harford, Edward (1837/8–1898), railwayman and trade unionist
  1358. Q18528188 Martin Levy, ‘Seddon family (per. c.1750–1864)’, first published
  1359. Q18528190 Caesar, Julius (1656?–1712?), apothecary and composer
  1360. Q18528195 Howes, Edward (fl. 1632–1659), mathematician
  1361. Q18528197 Ironside, Edward (c.1736–1803), topographer
  1362. Q18528198 Holford [married name Hodson], Margaret (bap. 1778, d. 1852), poet and translator
  1363. Q18528204 Henry Summerson, ‘Servants of Samuel Pepys (act. 1658–1703)’, first published
  1364. Q18528206
  1365. Q18528208 Savery, Servington (c.1670–c.1744), natural philosopher
  1366. Q18528212 Lewin, Sir Justinian (bap. 1613, d. 1673), civil lawyer
  1367. Q18528213 Bushell, Seth (1620/21–1684), Church of England clergyman
  1368. Q18528217 Watson, Justly (c.1710–1757), military engineer
  1369. Q18528219 Partridge, Seth (1603/4–1686), mathematical writer
  1370. Q18528222 C. A. McGladdery, ‘Seton family (per. c.1300–c.1510)’, first published
  1371. Q18528232
  1372. Q18528234 Clapham, Henoch (fl. 1585–1614), writer on theology and preacher
  1373. Q18528238
  1374. Q18528240 Joseph S. Block, ‘Shelton family (per. 1504–1558)’, first published
  1375. Q18528248
  1376. Q18528254 Boys [née Illey], Sibylle, Lady Boys (b. c.1370, d. in or after 1455), literary patron
  1377. Q18528258
  1378. Q18528270 Paston [née Knyvett], Katherine, Lady Paston (bap. 1578, d. 1629), estate manager and letter writer
  1379. Q18528274 Manlove, Edward (bap. 1615, d. 1671), lawyer and poet
  1380. Q18528278 Plymley, Katherine (bap. 1758, d. 1829), diarist, naturalist, and painter
  1381. Q18528281 Adis, Henry (fl. 1641/2–1663), General Baptist leader and writer
  1382. Q18528289 Arthington, Henry (fl. 1569–1609), religious conspirator and writer
  1383. Q18528290 Siobhan Lambert-Hurley, ‘Nawab begums of Bhopal (act. 1819–1926)’, first published
  1384. Q18528296 M. Ginsburg, ‘Simpson family (per. 1894–1990)’, first published
  1385. Q18528299
  1386. Q18528303 Boraston [Burneston], Simon (fl. 1311–1338), Dominican friar and writer
  1387. Q18528304
  1388. Q18528309
  1389. Q18528311 Michelborne, Sir Edward (c.1562–1609), soldier and adventurer
  1390. Q18528315 Harward, Simon (fl. 1572–1607), Church of England clergyman and author
  1391. Q18528318
  1392. Q18528323
  1393. Q18528326 T. A. B. Corley, ‘Simonds family (per. c.1768–1960)’, first published
  1394. Q18528330 M. Ginsburg, ‘Simpson family (per. 1894–1990)’, first published
  1395. Q18528331 Bickerstaffe, Henry (bap. 1606, d. in or after 1661), Digger
  1396. Q18528333 Palmer, Edward (c.1555–1624), antiquary
  1397. Q18528334 Bignell, Henry (b. 1611, d. in or after 1653), Church of England clergyman
  1398. Q18528339 Sitaram Pande (supp. 1795?–1873x80?), supposed army officer in India and autobiographer
  1399. Q18528344 Polhill, Edward (bap. 1622, d. 1693/4?), religious controversialist
  1400. Q18528348 Rishanger, William (b. 1249/50, d. after 1312), Benedictine monk and chronicler
  1401. Q18528349 Pudsey, Edward (bap. 1573, d. 1612/13), keeper of a commonplace book
  1402. Q18528356
  1403. Q18528360 Scottish self-styled surgeon and antiquarian (fl. 1789–1829)
  1404. Q18528365 Negri, Solomon (bap. 1665, d. 1727), Arabic scholar and translator
  1405. Q18528372 Rochester, Solomon of (c.1240–1293), justice
  1406. Q18528375
  1407. Q18528376 Sclater, Edward (1623–1698x1700), clergyman and Roman Catholic convert
  1408. Q18528383
  1409. Q18528382 St Lo, Edward (c.1682–1729), naval officer
  1410. Q18528384 Bradshaw, Henry (c.1500–1553), judge
  1411. Q18528395 Chetwood, Knightly (bap. 1650, d. 1720), dean of Gloucester
  1412. Q18528402 Tandoh, Kwamina Faux [Chief Kofi Amoah III] (c.1877–c.1932), businessman and spokesman for west African interests
  1413. Q18528403 Turnerelli, Peter (1771/2–1839), sculptor
  1414. Q18528409 Coelson [Colson], Lancelot (1627–1687?), astrologer and medical practitioner
  1415. Q18528418 Wheler, Edward (bap. 1732, d. 1784), chairman of the East India Company and administrator in India
  1416. Q18528419 Burkhead, Henry (fl. 1645–1646), playwright
  1417. Q18528421 Skynner, Lancelot (c.1766–1799), naval officer
  1418. Q18528427 Bodley, Laurence (1547/8–1615), Church of England clergyman
  1419. Q18528442 Anthony Slaven, ‘Stephen family (per. 1750–1976)’, first published
  1420. Q18528446
  1421. Q18528449 Cavendish, Henry (1550–1616), soldier and traveller
  1422. Q18528452 Clissold, Stephen (bap. 1789, d. 1863), Church of England clergyman and writer
  1423. Q18528463
  1424. Q18528464 Carter, Sir Lawrence (bap. 1668, d. 1745), judge
  1425. Q18528465 Coggeshall, Henry (bap. 1623, d. 1691), mathematician
  1426. Q18528475 Nevinson [Nevynson], Stephen (c.1520–1580), biographer and ecclesiastical lawyer
  1427. Q18528480 Parsons, Sir Lawrence, first baronet (c.1637–1698), landowner and local politician
  1428. Q18528481 Newcomen, Elias (1547/8–1614), author and schoolmaster
  1429. Q18528486 Ventners, Lawrence (c.1880–1947), bookmaker
  1430. Q18528487
  1431. Q18528488 Powle, Sir Stephen (c.1553–1630), administrator
  1432. Q18528489 Lee Boo (c.1764–1784), first visitor to Britain from Palau
  1433. Q18528490 Châtillon, Henry de (fl. 1173–1209), justice and ecclesiastic
  1434. Q18528492 Menahem, Elijah [known as Master Elias] (b. in or before 1232?, d. 1284), financier and rabbi
  1435. Q18528494 Dethick, Henry (1547/8–c.1613), Latin poet and writer on poetic theory
  1436. Q18528497 Mathews [Matthews], Lemuel (b. 1643/4, d. in or before 1725), Church of Ireland clergyman
  1437. Q18528500 English empiric in London, fl. 1660–1690
  1438. Q18528506 G. W. S. Barrow, ‘Stewart family (per. c.1110–c.1350)’, first published
  1439. Q18528509 Fleete, Henry (c.1602–1660/61), merchant and interpreter in America
  1440. Q18528517 Kent, Eliza (1765/6–1810), traveller and writer
  1441. Q18528519 Alkin, Elizabeth [nicknamed Parliament Joan] (c.1600–1655?), nurse and spy
  1442. Q18528525
  1443. Q18528526
  1444. Q18528530 Willan, Leonard (fl. 1648–1670), writer
  1445. Q18528539 DuVerger, Susan [Susan Du Vergeere; née Suzanne de La Vallée] (bap. 1610, d. 1657x9), translator and author
  1446. Q18528556 Hatsell, Sir Henry (bap. 1641, d. 1714), judge
  1447. Q18528558 Bastwick, John (1595?–1654), religious controversialist and pamphleteer
  1448. Q18528559
  1449. Q18528560 Evelinge, Elizabeth [name in religion Catharine Magdalen] (1596/7–1668), abbess of Aire and translator
  1450. Q18528562 Parr, Susanna (fl. 1650–1659), religious writer
  1451. Q18528568 Hogg, Henry (bap. 1831, d. 1874), poet
  1452. Q18528572 Watts, Susanna (bap. 1768, d. 1842), writer and translator
  1453. Q18528575 Godolphin, Elizabeth (bap. 1663, d. 1726), benefactor
  1454. Q18528577 English actress (fl. 1742–1769)
  1455. Q18528580 English master mason (fl. 1453–1483)
  1456. Q18528584 Day, Susanne Rouviere (1875/6–1964), suffragist and writer
  1457. Q18528588 Butterfield, Swithune (bap. 1547, d. 1611), author
  1458. Q18528589
  1459. Q18528592 Kirkestede, Henry (b. c.1314, d. in or after 1378), prior of Bury St Edmunds and bibliographer
  1460. Q18528593
  1461. Q18528594 Knyvet, Sir Henry (1537?–1598), soldier and member of parliament
  1462. Q18528599 Martin Pugh, ‘Bentley Boys (act. 1919–1931)’, first published
  1463. Q18528615 Croker, Temple Henry (1729–1790?), writer
  1464. Q18528632 Loat, Lily (1879/80–1958), anti-vaccination activist
  1465. Q18528635 Charlton, Lionel (1720?–1788), schoolmaster and topographer
  1466. Q18528648 Northampton, Henry of [Henry fitz Peter] (fl. 1189–1215), justice
  1467. Q18528650 Craft [née Smith], Ellen (1825/6–1891), slavery abolitionist
  1468. Q18528651 Myersbach, Theodor (c.1730–1798), uroscopist
  1469. Q18528652
  1470. Q18528658 Johnston, Ellen (c.1835–1874?), power-loom weaver and poet
  1471. Q18528660
  1472. Q18528661 Parrot, Henry (fl. 1601–1626), epigrammatist
  1473. Q18528674 Borchardt, Louis (1816/17–1883), paediatrician
  1474. Q18528683 Alleine, Theodosia (fl. 1654–1677), nonconformist writer
  1475. Q18528685 Metcalfe, Theophilus (bap. 1610, d. 1645/6), stenographer
  1476. Q18528686
  1477. Q18528687 Bevin, Elway (c.1554–1638), composer and musician
  1478. Q18528701 Venturi [née Ashurst], Emilie (1819/20?–1893), campaigner for women's rights and supporter of Italian independence
  1479. Q18528705 Dutton, Emily Courtier- [known as Mrs Charles L. Carson; performing name Kittie Claremont] (1862?–1919), theatrical philanthropist
  1480. Q18528710 Spicer, Henry (1742/3–1804), miniature and enamel painter
  1481. Q18528712 Spigurnel, Sir Henry (b. in or before 1261, d. 1328), justice
  1482. Q18528713 Lesley Wade Soule, ‘Arne family (per. 1682–1808)’, first published
  1483. Q18528718 Stubbes [Stubbs], Henry (1605/6–1678), clergyman and ejected minister
  1484. Q18528722 Syers, Henry Charles (1853?–1897), soldier and colonial police officer
  1485. Q18528723
  1486. Q18528725 Lozikeyi (b. before 1869, d. 1919), Ndebele queen of Bulawayo
  1487. Q18528727 Baskett, John (1664/5–1742), stationer and printer
  1488. Q18528737 Tichborne, Sir Henry, third baronet (bap. 1624, d. 1689), landowner
  1489. Q18528744 Tripp, Henry (1544/5–1612), Church of England clergyman and author
  1490. Q18528752 Bentley, Thomas (1690/91–1742), classical scholar
  1491. Q18528764 Bever, Thomas (bap. 1725, d. 1791), lawyer and legal writer
  1492. Q18528770
  1493. Q18528782 Billington, Thomas (b. 1754, d. in or before 1832), composer
  1494. Q18528794 Blackmore, Thomas (b. in or before 1740, d. in or after 1780), engraver
  1495. Q18528799 Blackwell, Thomas (1660?–1728), Church of Scotland minister and college head
  1496. Q18528807 Blenerhasset, Thomas (c.1550–1624), poet and writer on Ireland
  1497. Q18528808 Lunsford, Sir Thomas (b. c.1610, d. in or before 1656), royalist army officer
  1498. Q18528809 Colm Ó Baoill, ‘Mac an Bhaird family (per. c.1400–c.1695)’, first published
  1499. Q18528819
  1500. Q18528821 Bonnor, Thomas (c.1743–1807x12), draughtsman and engraver
  1501. Q18528823
  1502. Q18528825 Booth, Thomas (fl. 1594–1616), Church of England clergyman
  1503. Q18528826
  1504. Q18528829 Bordley, Thomas (c.1683–1726), lawyer and politician in America
  1505. Q18528831
  1506. Q18528844 W. W. Scott, ‘Macwilliam family (per. c.1130–c.1230)’, first published
  1507. Q18528853 Browne, Thomas (c.1535–1585), Church of England clergyman and headmaster
  1508. Q18528855 Browne, Thomas (bap. 1673, d. 1710), physician
  1509. Q18528856 Brugis, Thomas (b. in or before 1620, d. in or after 1651), surgeon
  1510. Q18528857 S. I. Boardman, ‘Erskine family (per. c.1350–c.1450)’, first published
  1511. Q18528858
  1512. Q18528866 Buckminster [Buckmaster], Thomas (1531/2–1599), Church of England clergyman and almanac writer
  1513. Q18528869 Bungay, Thomas (fl. 1270–1283), Franciscan friar and theologian
  1514. Q18528872 Burford, Thomas (b. c.1710, d. in or after 1776), engraver and painter
  1515. Q18528875 Arnold, Ethel Margaret (1864/5–1930), journalist, author, and lecturer on female suffrage
  1516. Q18528876 Burman, Thomas (1617/18–1674), sculptor and metal-engraver
  1517. Q18528880 Blood, Holcroft (c.1657–1707), army officer and military engineer
  1518. Q18528883
  1519. Q18528886 Blake, Malachi (bap. 1687, d. 1760), Presbyterian minister
  1520. Q18528887 Heke Pokai, Hone Wiremu (c.1807/8–1850), Maori war leader
  1521. Q18528888 Burwell, Thomas (1603/4–1673), civil lawyer
  1522. Q18528896 Butler, Thomas (b. 1532/3, d. in or before 1591), Roman Catholic priest and translator
  1523. Q18528900 C. A. Bayly, ‘Das family (per. c.1750–c.1820)’, first published
  1524. Q18528901 Butler, Thomas Hamly (c.1755–1823), composer
  1525. Q18528903 Bresslau, Marcus Hyman (1807/8–1864), newspaper editor
  1526. Q18528906 Byron, Sir Thomas (c.1610–1644), royalist army officer
  1527. Q18528907 Perlin, Étienne (fl. 1553–1558), writer and traveller
  1528. Q18528908 English picture dealer and printseller (fl. 1798–1858)
  1529. Q18528916 J. Gwynfor Jones, ‘Wynn family (per. c.1465–1678)’, first published
  1530. Q18528917 Backhouse [née Holden], Margaret (bap. 1818, d. 1896), portrait and genre painter
  1531. Q18528919 Caldecott, Thomas (bap. 1744, d. 1833), barrister and literary editor
  1532. Q18528932 Camm, Thomas (1640/41–1708), Quaker preacher and writer
  1533. Q18528933 O'Donnell, Hugh Balldearg [Aodh Bailldearg Ó Domhnaill] (c.1650–1703/4), army officer
  1534. Q18528938
  1535. Q18528940 Brady, Hugh (c.1527–1584), Church of Ireland bishop of Meath
  1536. Q18528944 Cameron, Hugh [Eobhan Camshran, Eobhan na Pillie] (1705?–1817), miller
  1537. Q18528946
  1538. Q18528949 Carter, (Charles) Thomas (c.1735–1804), musician and composer
  1539. Q18528950 Cholmeley [Cholmley], Hugh (c.1574–1641), religious controversialist
  1540. Q18528955 Scottish landowner (born before 1373?, died 1450/51)
  1541. Q18528957 Castine, Thomas (bap. 1753?, d. 1793?), army officer and deserter
  1542. Q18528962 Catton, Thomas (bap. 1758, d. 1838), astronomer
  1543. Q18528966
  1544. Q18528967 Goodyear, Hugh (bap. 1588, d. 1661), Reformed minister in the Netherlands
  1545. Q18528970 Mansfield [née Fellowes], Margaret, Lady Sandhurst (bap. 1827, d. 1892), women's suffragist and spiritualist
  1546. Q18528972 Pennyman [née Angier], Margaret (bap. 1685, d. 1733), poet
  1547. Q18528982 Chalcombe [Chaucombe], Hugh of (fl. 1168–1209), justice
  1548. Q18528985 Cheesman, Thomas (b. 1760, d. in or after 1834), engraver and draughtsman
  1549. Q18528986 Cherry, Francis (bap. 1667, d. 1713), nonjuror and antiquary
  1550. Q18528988
  1551. Q18528993 Pyne, Hugh (1569/70–1628), lawyer and alleged traitor
  1552. Q18528997 British actress and singer (fl. 1769–1796)
  1553. Q18529005
  1554. Q18529010 Manina [married names Fletcher, Seedo], Maria (fl. 1712–1736), singer
  1555. Q18529008 Christie, Thomas (1772/3–1829), physician
  1556. Q18529011 Thynne [née Touchet], Maria, Lady Thynne (c.1578–1611), gentlewoman
  1557. Q18529013 Chudleigh, Thomas (b. 1649/50, d. in or after 1702?), diplomat
  1558. Q18529017
  1559. Q18529024 Friederichs, Hulda (1856/7–1927), journalist and writer
  1560. Q18529027 Leigh, Sir Ferdinando (c.1585–1654), royalist army officer
  1561. Q18529029 P. J. P. Goldberg, ‘Women in trade and industry in York (act. c.1300–c.1500)’, first published
  1562. Q18529033 Coningsby, Humfrey (1567–1610/11), collector of poems and traveller
  1563. Q18529038 Cockayne, Thomas Oswald (bap. 1809, d. 1873), philologist and teacher
  1564. Q18529039 Blunden, Humphrey (b. 1609, d. in or after 1654), publisher and bookseller
  1565. Q18529043 Freeman, Flora Lucy (bap. 1869, d. 1960), philanthropist and writer
  1566. Q18529046 Henchman, Humphrey (1668/9–1739), lawyer
  1567. Q18529047
  1568. Q18529061 Huby, Marmaduke (c.1439–1526), abbot of Fountains
  1569. Q18529066 Sydenham, Humphrey (1591–c.1650), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist
  1570. Q18529068
  1571. Q18529073 Pomeroy [née Legge], Florence Wallace, Viscountess Harberton (1843/4–1911), dress reform campaigner
  1572. Q18529080 Primatt, Humphry (bap. 1735, d. 1776/7), Church of England clergyman and writer on animal welfare
  1573. Q18529086 Cotchett, Thomas (bap. 1677, d. in or after 1713), silk-throwing mill owner
  1574. Q18529091 Hitchins, Malachy (bap. 1741, d. 1809), astronomer
  1575. Q18529094 W. W. Scott, ‘Macheth family (per. c.1124–1215)’, first published
  1576. Q18529099 Nsibirwa, Martin Luther (c.1885–1945), administrator in Buganda
  1577. Q18529100
  1578. Q18529104
  1579. Q18529106 Sherlock, Martin (b. before 1747, d. 1797), traveller
  1580. Q18529110 Dawks, Thomas (bap. 1611, d. 1670), printer
  1581. Q18529116 Tarawali, Ibrahim (c.1785–1880), political leader and educationist
  1582. Q18529118 Horner [née Graham], Frances Jane, Lady Horner (1854/5–1940), hostess and patron of the arts
  1583. Q18529124 Philip K. Law, ‘Dent family (per. c.1820–1927)’, first published
  1584. Q18529127 Dibben, Thomas (1677/8–1741), Latin poet and Church of England clergyman
  1585. Q18529128 Dawks, Ichabod (bap. 1661, d. 1731), printer
  1586. Q18529130 Broadhurst, Mary Adelaide (1857/8–1928), agricultural reformer and radical
  1587. Q18529133 Bulkley [née Wilford; other married name Barrisford], Mary (1747/8?–1792), dancer and actress
  1588. Q18529138 Butters, Mary [called the Carnmoney Witch] (fl. 1807–1839), accused murderer
  1589. Q18529145 Jan Broadway, ‘Dutton family (per. 1522–1743)’, first published
  1590. Q18529149
  1591. Q18529154 Bernard, Francis (bap. 1628, d. 1698), apothecary and physician
  1592. Q18529160 Farriner, Thomas (1615/16?–1670), baker
  1593. Q18529164 Fella, Thomas (bap. 1556, d. 1639), draper and calligrapher
  1594. Q18529166 Dickerson, Isaac Perry (1850/1852–1900), singer and preacher
  1595. Q18529175
  1596. Q18529179
  1597. Q18529184 Coldock, Francis (1530/31–1603), bookseller
  1598. Q18529195
  1599. Q18529198 Rogers, Isaac (1754?–1839?), watch- and clockmaker
  1600. Q18529199 Hardcastle, Thomas (bap. 1637, d. 1678), clergyman and ejected minister
  1601. Q18529211 Yeamans [née Fell], Isabel (1637x42–1704), Quaker preacher
  1602. Q18529216 Healde, Thomas (bap. 1721, d. 1789), physician
  1603. Q18529221 Heneage, Sir Thomas (b. before 1482, d. 1553), courtier
  1604. Q18529224 Mackay, Isabella Gordon [Bella] (1777/8–1850), philanthropist and religious activist
  1605. Q18529225 Heskyns, Thomas (fl. 1540–1565), Roman Catholic priest
  1606. Q18529230 Hodges, Thomas (c.1600–1672), dean of Hereford
  1607. Q18529232
  1608. Q18529233 Hope, Sir Thomas, eighth baronet (c.1681–1771), agricultural improver and politician
  1609. Q18529237 Radcliffe, Mary (c.1550–1617/18), courtier
  1610. Q18529244 Ingelend, Thomas (fl. 1550–1560), playwright
  1611. Q18529245 Rollason, Mary (1764/5–1835), businesswoman
  1612. Q18529249 Sackville [née Curzon], Mary, countess of Dorset (bap. 1586, d. 1645), royal governess
  1613. Q18529250 Everett Leeds, ‘Jackman family (per. 1763–1976)’, first published
  1614. Q18529253 Gaster, Moses (1856–1939), scholar and rabbi
  1615. Q18529262 Kebell, Thomas (c.1439–1500), lawyer
  1616. Q18529265 Keith, Thomas (bap. 1759, d. 1824), writer on mathematics and teacher
  1617. Q18529281 Wentworth, Mary Watson- [née Mary Bright], marchioness of Rockingham (bap. 1735, d. 1804), political wife
  1618. Q18529285 Knipe, Thomas (1638/9–1711), headmaster
  1619. Q18529288 Bagg, Sir James (bap. 1592, d. 1638), naval administrator
  1620. Q18529291
  1621. Q18529292 Leintwardine, Thomas (c.1363–1423), theologian and churchman
  1622. Q18529293 Brwmffild, Mathau [Mathew] (fl. c.1525–c.1545), poet
  1623. Q18529295 Lightowller, Thomas (fl. 1741–1769), coiner
  1624. Q18529296
  1625. Q18529298 Livingstone, Thomas, Viscount Teviot (c.1651–1711), army officer
  1626. Q18529300 Biggs, Matilda Ashurst (1816/17–1866), campaigner for women's rights and supporter of Italian independence
  1627. Q18529303 Lorkin, Thomas (c.1528–1591), physician
  1628. Q18529308 Bischoff, James (bap. 1775, d. 1845), merchant and writer
  1629. Q18529313 Caroline M. Barron, ‘Women traders and artisans in London (act. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  1630. Q18529316 Black, James (1788/9–1867), physician
  1631. Q18529317 Tone, (Theobald) Wolfe (1763–1798), Irish nationalist and political writer
  1632. Q18529678 Pessagno, Sir Antonio (b. c.1280, d. in or after 1334), financier and administrator
  1633. Q18529687 Christine Carpenter, ‘Stonor family (per. c.1315–c.1500)’, first published
  1634. Q18529723 Dove, Henry (bap. 1641, d. 1695), Church of England clergyman
  1635. Q18529746 Blondel, James Augustus (1665/6–1734), physician
  1636. Q18529759 Booth, James (1796/7–1880), civil servant
  1637. Q18529773 Bosgrave, James (c.1548–1623), Jesuit
  1638. Q18529781 Bruce, James (1660/61–1730), minister of the Presbyterian General Synod of Ulster
  1639. Q18529782 Bruce, James (c.1765–1806), journalist and Church of England clergyman
  1640. Q18529786 Bryson, James (c.1730–1796), minister of the Presbyterian General Synod of Ulster
  1641. Q18529796 Cargill, James (1565–1616?), botanist
  1642. Q18529798 Carmichael, James (1542/3–1628), Church of Scotland minister and scholar
  1643. Q18529803 Cawdell, James (bap. 1749, d. 1800), actor and theatre manager
  1644. Q18529815 Chamberlayne, Sir James, third baronet (c.1640–1694), poet
  1645. Q18529823 Chetham, James (bap. 1640, d. 1692), writer on angling
  1646. Q18529824 Cheyne, James (c.1545–1602), teacher of philosophy and mathematics
  1647. Q18529826 Chibald, William (1574/5–1641), Church of England clergyman
  1648. Q18529833 Clark, James (c.1737–1819), physician
  1649. Q18529834 Clarke, James (1797/8–1861), antiquary and shopkeeper
  1650. Q18529838 Cook, James (1571/2–1610), Church of England clergyman
  1651. Q18529842 Corss, James (fl. 1658–1678), mathematician
  1652. Q18529852 English painter and surveyor (c.1758–c.1794)
  1653. Q18529854 Eno, James Crossley (1827/8–1915), manufacturer of patent medicine
  1654. Q18529861 Greenshields, James (b. 1668/9, d. in or before 1741), Scottish Episcopal clergyman
  1655. Q18529864 Headrick, James (bap. 1759, d. 1841), Church of Scotland minister, agronomist, and geologist
  1656. Q18529866 Hervey, James (1750/51–1824), physician
  1657. Q18529885 Livingston, Sir Alexander, of Callendar (b. c.1375, d. in or before 1456), courtier and administrator
  1658. Q18529890 Man, James (1700?–1761), philologist
  1659. Q18529907 Penn, James (bap. 1727, d. 1800), religious writer
  1660. Q18529918 Somerset, James (b. c.1741, d. in or after 1772), slave
  1661. Q18529927 Scottish subject painter (b. Edinburgh c.1785; fl. 1808-1815)
  1662. Q18529933 Wathen, James (bap. 1752, d. 1828), artist and pedestrian
  1663. Q18529935 Wemyss, James, of Caskieberran (c.1610–1667), army officer
  1664. Q18529936 Wetherell, James (bap. 1823, d. 1858), merchant and consul in Brazil
  1665. Q18529939 Anne Bulley, ‘Wadia family (per. c.1730–1893)’, first published
  1666. Q18529941 Danckerts [Danckers, Dankers, Danckertszoon], Hendrick (c.1625–1680), landscape painter and engraver
  1667. Q18529942 Ympyn, Jan (c.1485–1540), merchant and author of a text on double entry accounting
  1668. Q18529944 Cakebread, Jane (1827/1828–1898), inebriate and subject of medical enquiry
  1669. Q18529948 Hyde [née Leveson-Gower], Jane, countess of Clarendon and Rochester (c.1672–1725), courtier
  1670. Q18529950 Lessingham, Jane [née Jane Hemet; married name Jane Stott] (1738/9–1783), actress
  1671. Q18529979 Warton, Jane (bap. 1724, d. 1809), author
  1672. Q18529988 Katharine Simms, ‘Savage family (per. 1333–1519)’, first published
  1673. Q18530000 Chevalier, Jean (1588/9–1675), chronicler
  1674. Q18530003 Marishall, Jean (fl. 1765–1788), novelist and playwright
  1675. Q18530011 Burroughes, Jeremiah (bap. 1601?, d. 1646), Independent minister
  1676. Q18530012 Clark, Jeremiah (1742/3–1809), organist and composer
  1677. Q18530033 Barlowe, Jerome (fl. 1528–1529), Franciscan friar and writer
  1678. Q18530045 Anita McConnell, ‘Industrial spies (act. c.1700–c.1800)’, first published
  1679. Q18530069 Bull, Joan (supp. fl. 1928–1946), fictitious epitomist of enfranchised women
  1680. Q18530071 Caroline M. Barron, ‘Women traders and artisans in London (act. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  1681. Q18530082 Caroline M. Barron, ‘Women traders and artisans in London (act. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  1682. Q18530083 Thynne [née Hayward], Joan, Lady Thynne (bap. 1558, d. 1612), gentlewoman
  1683. Q18530088 D'Almeida, João (c.1572–1653), Jesuit missionary in Brazil
  1684. Q18530089 Hortop, Job (fl. 1550–1591), powder maker and seaman
  1685. Q18530090 Gascoyne, Joel (bap. 1650, d. 1705), chart maker and cartographer
  1686. Q18530091 Martin Myrone, ‘Boydell, John, engravers (act. 1760–1804)’, first published
  1687. Q18530092 Haberkorn, Johann Christoph (c.1720–1776), printer
  1688. Q18530096 John ap John (c.1625–1697), Quaker leader
  1689. Q18530099 Arneway, John (1599/1600–c.1653), polemicist
  1690. Q18530105 Michael T. Davis, ‘London Corresponding Society (act. 1792–1799)’, first published
  1691. Q18530112 Bentley, Sir John (bap. 1703, d. 1772), naval officer
  1692. Q18530119 Betts, John (c.1623–1695), physician
  1693. Q18530121 Beverley, John (fl. 1374–1392), Carmelite friar and theologian
  1694. Q18530123 Bewick, John (bap. 1760, d. 1795), wood-engraver
  1695. Q18530129 Bingham, John (1612/13–1689), ejected minister and classical and oriental scholar
  1696. Q18530130 Birch, John (1745x9–1815), surgeon
  1697. Q18530132 Biscoe [Bisco], John (1605/6–1679), clergyman and ejected minister
  1698. Q18530133 Bishop, John (1664/5–1737), organist and composer
  1699. Q18530140 Blackburne, John (bap. 1694, d. 1786), horticulturist
  1700. Q18530143 Blacman [Blakman], John (1407/8–1485?), biographer of Henry VI
  1701. Q18530149 Blankett, John (c.1740–1801), naval officer
  1702. Q18530150 Blencowe, John (b. 1609, d. in or after 1640), playwright and Church of England clergyman
  1703. Q18530154 Bloxham, John [Geffrei] (c.1340–1387), theologian and college head
  1704. Q18530163 Borlase, Sir John (c.1576–1648), army officer and politician
  1705. Q18530164 Borough, John (c.1494–1570), seaman
  1706. Q18530189 Brundish, John Jelland (1750/51–1786), poet and schoolmaster
  1707. Q18530190 Brydall, John (b. c.1635, d. in or after 1705?), lawyer
  1708. Q18530191 Scottish author, fl. 1780–1816
  1709. Q18530192 Buck, John William (1780/81–1821), barrister
  1710. Q18530196 Bulteel, John (bap. 1627, d. in or before 1692), writer and translator
  1711. Q18530198 Burel, John (1565x8–1603), merchant and poet
  1712. Q18530199 Burges, John (bap. 1743, d. 1807), physician
  1713. Q18530202 Burgess, John (1622/3–1671), clergyman and ejected minister
  1714. Q18530204 Burgh [Borough], John (fl. 1370–1398), theologian
  1715. Q18530205 Burgh, Sir John (1561/2–1594), soldier
  1716. Q18530208 Burn, John (1743/4–1802), magistrate and legal editor
  1717. Q18530209 Susanna Avery-Quash, ‘Byfield family (per. c.1814–1886)’, first published
  1718. Q18530212 Calah, John (1757/8–1798), organist and composer
  1719. Q18530216 Camidge, John (bap. 1734, d. 1803), organist and composer
  1720. Q18530224 Cardmaker, John (c.1496–1555), clergyman and protestant martyr
  1721. Q18530248 Chandler, John (1699/1700–1780), apothecary
  1722. Q18530250 Chappington, John (c.1540–1606), organ builder
  1723. Q18530257 Chevallier, John (1773/4–1846), agriculturist
  1724. Q18530258 Cheyney, John (fl. 1674–1694), Church of England clergyman
  1725. Q18530268 Clare, John (c.1579–1628), Jesuit
  1726. Q18530270 Claris, John Chalk (1796/7–1866), poet and newspaper editor
  1727. Q18530272 Clark, John (bap. 1744, d. 1805), physician
  1728. Q18530285 Clayton, John (1819/20–1861), writer on architecture
  1729. Q18530290 Timothy Clayton, ‘Dicey family (per. c.1710–c.1800)’, first published
  1730. Q18530291 Clunie, John (c.1757–1819), Church of Scotland minister and songwriter
  1731. Q18530297 Augustinian canon and compiler of the cartulary of St Bartholomew's Hospital, London (c.1393–c.1468)
  1732. Q18530300 Coker, John (d. 1631/1635), Church of England clergyman and supposed antiquary
  1733. Q18530302 Coleridge, John (bap. 1719, d. 1781), Church of England clergyman and schoolmaster
  1734. Q18530303 Coles, John (1623/4–1678), translator
  1735. Q18530305 Collins, John (c.1576–1634), physician
  1736. Q18530306 Collins, John (c.1725–1758/9), landscape painter
  1737. Q18530308 Collins, John Ulric (c.1750–1807), army officer in the East India Company and diplomatist
  1738. Q18530318 Conolly, Arthur (1807–1842?), army officer in the East India Company
  1739. Q18530319 Conquest, John Tricker (bap. 1789, d. 1866), man-midwife
  1740. Q18530320 Constable, John (fl. 1511–1520), Latin poet
  1741. Q18530327 Hawkins, John (c.1587–c.1641), grammarian and translator
  1742. Q18530330 Johnston, Sir John, third baronet (1647/8–1690), army officer and kidnapper
  1743. Q18530337 Mierdman, Steven [pseud. Niclaes van Oldenborch] (c.1510x12–1559), printer and bookseller
  1744. Q18530338 English Royalist army officer (fl. 1648–1650)
  1745. Q18530340 Clarke, Matthew (c.1630–c.1708), clergyman and ejected minister
  1746. Q18530344 Medbourne, Matthew (bap. 1637?, d. 1680), actor and playwright
  1747. Q18530347 Scrivener, Matthew (1622?–1688), Church of England clergyman
  1748. Q18530354 Biggs, Matilda Ashurst (1816/17–1866), campaigner for women's rights and supporter of Italian independence
  1749. Q18530355 Richard Gorski, ‘Mauley family (per. c.1226–1415)’, first published
  1750. Q18530364 Petty [Pettus], Maximilian (bap. 1617, d. in or after 1661?), Leveller
  1751. Q18530366 R. G. Wilson, ‘Meux family (per. 1757–1910)’, first published
  1752. Q18530372 Calvert, Michael (bap. 1770, d. 1862), topographer
  1753. Q18530375 Roche, Michael de la (c.1680–1742), literary journalist
  1754. Q18530384 Cornwall, Michael of [Michael le Poter, Michael Blaunpayn] (fl. 1243–1255), poet
  1755. Q18530402 Michael H. Fisher, ‘Indian visitors (act. c.1720–c.1810)’, first published
  1756. Q18530408 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  1757. Q18530414 Moorosi [Morosi] (c.1795–1879), ruler of the Ngwe (Putili) and warrior
  1758. Q18530416 Godwyn [Godwin], Morgan (bap. 1640, d. 1685x1709), Church of England clergyman and missionary
  1759. Q18530417 John Orbell, ‘Mocatta family (per. 1671–1957)’, first published
  1760. Q18530422 Ayliff, Mrs (fl. 1692–1696), singer and actress
  1761. Q18530424 Monica Clough, ‘Muir family (per. 1849–1992)’, first published
  1762. Q18530429 Murray, Mungo (bap. 1705, d. 1770), writer on shipbuilding
  1763. Q18530430 Munni Begam (1723?–1813), consort of Mir Jafar Ali Khan, nawab of Bengal
  1764. Q18530441 Michael H. Fisher, ‘Indian visitors (act. c.1720–c.1810)’, first published
  1765. Q18530442 J. C. B. Cooksey, ‘Nasmyth family (per. 1788–1884)’, first published
  1766. Q18530447 Brent, Sir Nathanael (1573/4–1652), ecclesiastical lawyer and college head
  1767. Q18530461 Resbury, Nathaniel (bap. 1643, d. 1711), Church of England clergyman
  1768. Q18530464 Tovey, Nathaniel (bap. 1597, d. 1658), Church of England clergyman
  1769. Q18530465 Waterhouse, Nathaniel (bap. 1586, d. 1645), merchant and benefactor
  1770. Q18530466 Siobhan Lambert-Hurley, ‘Nawab begums of Bhopal (act. 1819–1926)’, first published
  1771. Q18530469 Macleod, Neil, of Assynt (1627/8?–c.1697), clan chief
  1772. Q18530475 Peter McNiven, ‘Neville family (per. c.1267–1426)’, first published
  1773. Q18530479 Armstrong, Nicholas (1801/2–1879), Church of Ireland clergyman and apostle of the Catholic Apostolic church
  1774. Q18530482 Billingsley, Nicholas (bap. 1633, d. 1709), religious poet and Presbyterian minister
  1775. Q18530488 Byron, Sir Nicholas (bap. 1596, d. 1648), royalist army officer
  1776. Q18530489 Cantilupe [Cantelupe], Nicholas, third Lord Cantilupe (c.1301–1355), soldier, administrator, and justice
  1777. Q18530491 Crane, Nicholas (c.1522–1588), Church of England clergyman
  1778. Q18530492 Burgo, Nicholas de (fl. 1517–1537), theologian and Franciscan friar
  1779. Q18530495 Simon Walker, ‘Hastings family (per. c.1300–c.1450)’, first published
  1780. Q18530497 Kervile [Carvell], Nicholas (1527/8–1566), Church of England clergyman
  1781. Q18530498 Mosley, Nicholas (bap. 1611, d. 1672), author and royalist landowner
  1782. Q18530500 English Puritan merchant at Lynn (fl. 1638–1652)
  1783. Q18530502 George Parsons, ‘New South Wales Corps (act. 1789–1810)’, first published
  1784. Q18530508 Upton, Sir Nicholas (b. in or before 1513, d. 1551), knight of the hospital of St John of Jerusalem
  1785. Q18530525 Anne Bulley, ‘Wadia family (per. c.1730–1893)’, first published
  1786. Q18530526 Alden T. Vaughan, ‘American Indians in England (act. c.1500–1609)’, first published
  1787. Q18530527 ‘Ó hUiginn family (per. c.1300–c.1600)’, first published
  1788. Q18530536 Batteley, Nicholas (bap. 1648, d. 1704), antiquary
  1789. Q18530543 Parsley, Osbert (1510/11–1585), composer and singer
  1790. Q18530545 Byrne, Oscar (bap. 1796, d. 1867), ballet master
  1791. Q18530548 Meverell, Othowell (1586x8–1648), physician
  1792. Q18530552 Colin Richmond, ‘Paston family (per. c.1420–1504)’, first published
  1793. Q18530559 Scottish printer in Belfast (baptised 1665, died in or after 1704)
  1794. Q18530564 Helen King, ‘Chamberlen family (per. c.1600–c.1730)’, first published
  1795. Q18530565 Dennis Farr, ‘Colnaghi family (per. c.1785–1911)’, first published
  1796. Q18530569 Meritt [Maetzker], Paul John (1843/4–1895), playwright and theatre manager
  1797. Q18530576 Joy Rowe, ‘Kitson family (per. c.1520–c.1660)’, first published
  1798. Q18530584 Nursey, Perry (bap. 1771, d. 1840), landscape painter
  1799. Q18530588 Beverley, Peter (fl. 1566–1568), poet
  1800. Q18530589 Birch, Peter (1651/2–1710), Church of England clergyman
  1801. Q18530595 Carder, Peter (fl. 1577–1625), mariner
  1802. Q18530596 Carter, Peter (1530?–1590), logician
  1803. Q18530599 Helen King, ‘Chamberlen family (per. c.1600–c.1730)’, first published
  1804. Q18530601 Helen King, ‘Chamberlen family (per. c.1600–c.1730)’, first published
  1805. Q18530607 Finch, Henry (bap. 1633, d. 1704), clergyman and ejected minister
  1806. Q18530610 Ince, Peter (1614/15–1683), clergyman and ejected minister
  1807. Q18530613 Lily [Lilly], Peter (1562/3–1615), Church of England clergyman
  1808. Q18530618 Partridge, Peter (c.1385–1451), theologian and churchman
  1809. Q18530630 Treveris, Peter (fl. 1525–1532), printer
  1810. Q18530649 Horneck, Philip (1673/4–1728), journalist
  1811. Q18530650 Jermyn, Philip (1587/8–1654), lawyer and judge
  1812. Q18530652 Lloyd, Philip (1728/9–1790), dean of Norwich
  1813. Q18530656 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  1814. Q18530657 O'Reilly, Phillip McHugh (b. 1599, d. in or after 1664), Irish rebel
  1815. Q18530663 Delenus, Gualter (c.1500–1563), theologian
  1816. Q18530665 Carmeliano [Carmigliano], Pietro [Petrus Carmelianus, Peter Carmelian] (c.1451–1527), poet and royal official
  1817. Q18530666 Ping Lun [Pong Lun] (c.1861–1904), murderer
  1818. Q18530668 Taylor, Polycarpus (1706/7–1781), naval officer
  1819. Q18530669 Pontack (fl. 1666–1711), tavern-keeper
  1820. Q18530675 Michael Riordan, ‘Henry VIII, privy chamber of (act. 1509–1547)’, first published
  1821. Q18530676 Andrew Mackillop, Jean Munro,, R. W. Munro, ‘Campbell family of Cawdor (per. 1511–1821)’, first published
  1822. Q18530677 Siobhan Lambert-Hurley, ‘Nawab begums of Bhopal (act. 1819–1926)’, first published
  1823. Q18530679 Kennedy, Quintin (c.1520–1564), abbot of Crossraguel and religious controversialist
  1824. Q18530681 Fane, Lady Rachael [married names Rachael Bourchier, countess of Bath; Rachael Cranfield, countess of Middlesex] (bap. 1613, d. 1680), estate manager and benefactor
  1825. Q18530690 Church, John (1674/5–1741), singer and composer
  1826. Q18530691 Cole, Sir Ralph, second baronet (bap. 1629, d. 1704), painter and patron of the arts
  1827. Q18530694 Gosling, Ralph (bap. 1693, d. 1757), schoolmaster and land surveyor
  1828. Q18530701 Rokeby, Ralph (c.1548/9–1595), lawyer
  1829. Q18530707 Alastair J. Macdonald, ‘Ramsay family (per. c.1300–1513)’, first published
  1830. Q18530709 Gilpin, Randolph [Randall] (1593/4–1661/2), Church of England clergyman
  1831. Q18530710 Pearce, Raphael (1599/1600–1651), headmaster
  1832. Q18530712 Alden T. Vaughan, ‘American Indians in England (act. c.1500–1609)’, first published
  1833. Q18530716 Bainbrigg, Reginald (1544/5–1612/13), schoolmaster and antiquary
  1834. Q18530718 Norman gentry in south-west England (fl. 1086–1123)
  1835. Q18530723 T. A. B. Corley, ‘Reinagle family (per. c.1760–1877)’, first published
  1836. Q18530730 Rhydderch ab Ieuan Llwyd (c.1325–1392x8), literary patron and jurist
  1837. Q18530733 A. D. Carr, ‘Tudor family, forebears of (per. c.1215–1404)’, first published
  1838. Q18530734 R. A. Griffiths, ‘Rice family (per. c.1500–1651)’, first published
  1839. Q18530735 Boye, Rice (fl. c.1629–1636), Church of England clergyman and separatist minister
  1840. Q18530737 Lesley Wade Soule, ‘Arne family (per. 1682–1808)’, first published
  1841. Q18530740 M. W. Greenslade, ‘Bagot family (per. c.1490–1705)’, first published
  1842. Q18530742 Billingham [Bullingham], Richard (fl. c.1344–c.1361), logician and theologian
  1843. Q18530747 Blackburne, Richard (1651/2–1716), physician and writer
  1844. Q18530750 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  1845. Q18530751 Bonner, Richard (fl. 1541–1548), religious controversialist
  1846. Q18530752 Bonython, Richard (bap. 1580, d. 1647x54), soldier and planter in America
  1847. Q18530753 Booth, Thomas (c.1755–1835), stock breeder
  1848. Q18530754 Bradshaw, Richard (bap. 1610, d. 1685), merchant and diplomat
  1849. Q18530757 English physician (1647/8–c.1693/4)
  1850. Q18530760 Bulkeley, Richard (1626/7–1650), royalist army officer
  1851. Q18530761 Bullein, William (c.1515–1576), physician
  1852. Q18530767 Carpenter, Richard (1604/5–1670?), Roman Catholic priest and apostate
  1853. Q18530769 Carr, Richard (bap. 1651, d. 1706), physician
  1854. Q18530771 Cattermole, Richard (1795?–1858), writer and Church of England clergyman
  1855. Q18530775 Chambers, Richard (c.1588–1658), merchant
  1856. Q18530777 Chandler, Richard (b. in or before 1713, d. 1744), bookseller
  1857. Q18530778 English Augustinian friar and theologian (fl. before 1354/1379?)
  1858. Q18530790 Fishborne, Richard (1562?–1625), mercer and philanthropist
  1859. Q18530798 Haydock [Haddock], Richard (c.1552–1605), Roman Catholic priest
  1860. Q18530803 Hole, Richard (bap. 1746, d. 1803), poet and antiquary
  1861. Q18530815 Markaunt, Thomas (c.1382–1439), benefactor
  1862. Q18530818 Mauleverer, Sir Thomas, third baronet (c.1643–1687), politician and army officer
  1863. Q18530831 Mountier, Thomas (fl. 1719–1740), singer
  1864. Q18530832 Mozeen, Thomas (1720?–1768), actor and writer
  1865. Q18530835 English soldier (born in or before 1307, died c.1385)
  1866. Q18530849 Peend [de la Pend], Thomas (fl. 1565–1566), translator and poet
  1867. Q18530851 Pittis, Thomas (bap. 1636, d. 1687), Church of England clergyman
  1868. Q18530853 Purney, Thomas (1695–1730?), poet and prison chaplain
  1869. Q18530864 Salisbury, Thomas (1566/7–1622), bookseller and Welsh-language poet
  1870. Q18530865 English author (fl. 1579–1581)
  1871. Q18530866 English writer on angling (b. 1762/3, d. in or after 1820)
  1872. Q18530869 Saunders, Thomas (1712/13–1775), administrator in India
  1873. Q18530877 Sorocold, Thomas (1561/2–1617), Church of England clergyman
  1874. Q18530880 English hairdresser and radical, born c.1740, died in or before 1808
  1875. Q18530886 Thayre, Thomas (fl. 1603–1625), medical practitioner
  1876. Q18530888 Thoroton, Thomas (1723?–1794), politician
  1877. Q18530894 Trevet, Sir Thomas (c.1350–1388), soldier
  1878. Q18530898 Tyers, Thomas (1724/5–1787), writer
  1879. Q18530900 Underdowne, Thomas (fl. 1566–1577), poet and translator
  1880. Q18530901 Urswick, Sir Thomas (c.1415–1479), lawyer
  1881. Q18530903 Veel, Thomas (c.1591–1663/4), royalist army officer and conspirator
  1882. Q18530912 Willisel, Thomas (bap. 1621, d. 1675?), naturalist
  1883. Q18530913 English master mason (fl. 1292–1342)
  1884. Q18530916 Ronald M. Birse, ‘Worsdell family (per. c.1800–1910)’, first published
  1885. Q18530919 Bennett, Timothy (1676/7–1756), cordwainer and public access campaigner
  1886. Q18530920 Cruso, Timothy (bap. 1657, d. 1697), Presbyterian minister
  1887. Q18530923 Bland, Tobias (c.1563–1605), Church of England clergyman
  1888. Q18530927 Vivienne Westbrook, ‘Authorized Version of the Bible, translators of the (act. 1604–1611)’, first published
  1889. Q18530928 Edwin Jaggard, ‘Tremayne family (per. 1741–1901)’, first published
  1890. Q18530929 Mac Cairteáin, Uilliam [William MacCartan] (1667/8–1724), poet and scribe
  1891. Q18530932 Croke, Unton (1594/5–1670/71), lawyer and politician
  1892. Q18530935 Sally Drage, ‘Valentine family (per. c.1685–1845)’, first published
  1893. Q18530938 R. A. Griffiths, ‘Vaughan family (per. c.1400–c.1504)’, first published
  1894. Q18530942 Mel Watman, ‘Women athletes between the world wars (act. 1919–1939)’, first published
  1895. Q18530944 Joseph A. Nigota, ‘Vernon family (per. 1411–1515)’, first published
  1896. Q18530952 K. D. Reynolds, ‘Vining family (per. 1807–1915)’, first published
  1897. Q18530960 John Orbell, ‘Wallace family (per. 1841–1925)’, first published
  1898. Q18530963 Bushnell, Walter (bap. 1609, d. 1667), Church of England clergyman
  1899. Q18530966 Clagget, Charles (1740?–c.1795), musician and inventor of improvements for musical instruments
  1900. Q18530967 Dolle, Walter (fl. 1662–1674), engraver
  1901. Q18530972 Hayes, Walter (b. c.1618, d. before 1696?), maker of mathematical instruments
  1902. Q18530973 Howard, Walter Hope Long (1759–1830/31), peerage claimant
  1903. Q18530979 Merrey, Walter (bap. 1723, d. 1799), hosier and numismatist
  1904. Q18530980 Preston, Sir Gilbert of (b. in or before 1209, d. 1274), justice
  1905. Q18530982 Poer, Walter (fl. 1200–1237), administrator and justice
  1906. Q18530992 Wendy Baron, ‘Sickert, Walter, pupils (act. 1890–1939)’, first published
  1907. Q18530993 Christopher Whittick, ‘Webster family (per. c.1650–1836)’, first published
  1908. Q18530994 Simon Ville, ‘White family (per. 1795–1846)’, first published
  1909. Q18531001 Garland, Will (b. 1878, d. after 1938), theatrical entertainer
  1910. Q18531010 J. T. Cliffe, ‘Babthorpe family (per. c.1501–1635)’, first published
  1911. Q18531015 Bateman, Thomas (bap. 1821, d. 1861), archaeologist and antiquary
  1912. Q18531016 Becher, Sir William (bap. 1580, d. 1651), diplomat and government official
  1913. Q18531020 Benwell, William (bap. 1765, d. 1796), Church of England clergyman and classical scholar
  1914. Q18531023 Bickerstaffe, William (bap. 1728, d. 1789), schoolmaster and antiquary
  1915. Q18531026 Binham [Bynham, Vynham, Rynnan], William (fl. c.1374–1396), prior of Wallingford and theologian
  1916. Q18531028 Bisset, William (1669/70–1747), Church of England clergyman and pamphleteer
  1917. Q18531037 Blandy [Blandie], William (fl. 1563–1581), translator
  1918. Q18531039 Blomberg, William Nicolas (1702/3–1750), biographer and Church of England clergyman
  1919. Q18531042 Boghurst, William (1630/31–1685), apothecary
  1920. Q18531044 Bolland, Sir William (1771/2–1840), lawyer and book collector
  1921. Q18531050 Booth, Sir William (bap. 1657, d. 1703), naval officer
  1922. Q18531065 Brunyard, William (supp. fl. 1349–1350), supposed Dominican friar and theologian
  1923. Q18531066 Bryson, William (1729/30–1815), non-subscribing Presbyterian minister
  1924. Q18531068 Buckley, William (1518/19–1551/2), mathematician
  1925. Q18531069 Burgess, William (1754/5–1813), engraver
  1926. Q18531074 Butter, William (bap. 1726, d. 1805), physician
  1927. Q18531082 Carleton, William (c.1250–1311), administrator
  1928. Q18531092 Chamberlain, William (1770/71–1807), painter
  1929. Q18531096 Chapple, Sir William (1676/7–1745), judge
  1930. Q18531098 Charite, William (1422–c.1502), compiler of monastic records and prior of Leicester
  1931. Q18531099 Chavasse, William (1784/5–1814), army officer and traveller
  1932. Q18531100 Cheeke, William (fl. 1592–1615?), anagrammatist
  1933. Q18531101 Chelle, William (fl. 1524–1559), Church of England clergyman and musician
  1934. Q18531102 Chibald, William (1574/5–1641), Church of England clergyman
  1935. Q18531103 Chiffinch, William (c.1602–1691), courtier and royal official
  1936. Q18531106 Chubbes [Jubbis], William (c.1444–1505/6), college head
  1937. Q18531107 Churton, William Ralph (1800/01–1828), Church of England clergyman
  1938. Q18531108 Clark, William (1697/8–c.1780), physician
  1939. Q18531111 Clarke, William (bap. 1639, d. 1684), physician
  1940. Q18531115 Close, William (1775?–1813), antiquary
  1941. Q18531121 Cockin, William (bap. 1736, d. 1801), schoolmaster and writer
  1942. Q18531122 Cogan, William (1676/7–1774), apothecary and philanthropist
  1943. Q18531141 Crakelt, William (1740/41–1812), classical scholar and lexicographer
  1944. Q18531148 Cruise, William (1751/2–1824), legal writer
  1945. Q18531150 Currer, William (c.1617–1668), iatrochemical physician
  1946. Q18531159 Delaune, William [formerly Guillaume de Laune] (c.1530–1611), Reformed minister and physician
  1947. Q18531165 Dillingham, William (c.1617–1689), Latin poet and anthologist
  1948. Q18531177 Duffield, William (c.1475–1537/8), Franciscan friar and suffragan bishop
  1949. Q18531264 Goldwin [Golding], William (1496/7–1562), schoolmaster
  1950. Q18531291 Gourdon [Gorden], William (fl. 1603–1616), mariner and travel writer
  1951. Q18531310 Pieter van der Merwe, ‘Grieve family (per. 1794–1887)’, first published
  1952. Q18531343 Hack, William (fl. 1671–1702), chart maker
  1953. Q18531374 English merchant and sea captain (born before 1490, died 1554/5)
  1954. Q18531378 Hegat, William (fl. 1598–1621), humanist and academic
  1955. Q18531394 Higden, William (1662/3–1715), Church of England clergyman
  1956. Q18531448 Knowler, William (bap. 1699, d. 1773), Church of England clergyman
  1957. Q18531478 Meyrick, Sir William (1595/6–1669), civil lawyer and judge
  1958. Q18531489 Mushet, William (1715/16–1792), physician
  1959. Q18531491 Neade, William (fl. 1624–1637), archer
  1960. Q18531493 Neale, Sir William (1609/10–1691), royalist army officer
  1961. Q18531498 English administrator for Edward, the Black Prince (fl. 1345–1363)
  1962. Q18531506 English gentry in Staffordshire (fl. 1174–1210)
  1963. Q18531516 Pain, William (fl. 1743–1794), writer on architecture
  1964. Q18531530 Pickering, Sir William (1516/17–1575), courtier and diplomat
  1965. Q18531533 Pittis, William (1673/4–1724), political writer
  1966. Q18531541 English cook and author (fl. 1625–1661),
  1967. Q18531543 Rant, William (1603/4–1653), physician
  1968. Q18531554 Schaw, William (c.1714–1757), physician
  1969. Q18531568 Seton, Sir William, of Pitmedden, second baronet (bap. 1673, d. 1744), politician and writer
  1970. Q18531572 Shepreve [Sheprey], William (c.1540–1598), Roman Catholic priest and scholar
  1971. Q18531575 Shewen, William (c.1631–1695), Quaker preacher
  1972. Q18531585 Spavens, William (1735/6–1799), seaman and autobiographer
  1973. Q18531589 Spence [alias Butler], William (1650/51–1699), conspirator and private secretary
  1974. Q18531600 Strode, William (bap. 1594, d. 1645), politician
  1975. Q18531603 Sullivan, Francis Stoughton (1715/16–1766), jurist
  1976. Q18531615 Tomkins, William (c.1732–1792), landscape painter
  1977. Q18531617 Tomlinson, William (fl. 1650–1696), religious writer
  1978. Q18531621 Turquand, William (1818/19–1894), accountant
  1979. Q18531668 Willymott, William (bap. 1672, d. 1737), grammarian
  1980. Q18531671 Susanna Avery-Quash, ‘Williams family (per. c.1800–c.1875)’, first published
  1981. Q18531673 Michael Bevan, ‘Williamson family (per. c.1855–c.1934)’, first published
  1982. Q18531678 B. W. E. Alford, ‘Wills family (per. c.1786–1928)’, first published
  1983. Q18531690 Taylor, Wittewronge (b. before 1719, d. 1760), naval officer
  1984. Q18531706 N. Hansen, ‘Burbidge family (per. c.1870–1966)’, first published
  1985. Q18531708 John H. G. Archer, ‘Worthington family (per. 1849–1963)’, first published
  1986. Q18531713 Saltonstall, Wye (bap. 1602, d. after 1640), translator and poet
  1987. Q18531720 Anita McConnell, ‘Exotic visitors (act. c.1500–c.1855)’, first published
  1988. Q18531725 Olive Baldwin, Thelma Wilson, ‘Young family (per. c.1700–1799)’, first published
  1989. Q18531746 Rogers, Zebedee (bap. 1774, d. 1833), missionary to seafarers and shoemaker
  1990. Q18533683 Né en 17.. - décédé entre 1821 et 1826. — Chirurgien d’état-major et explorateur britannique.
  1991. Q18533739 traductrice de l’anglais, a travaillé de 1940 à 1949
  1992. Q18533859 professeur agrégé d’anglais, a ''publié'' de 1907 à 1951 ?
  1993. Q18534118 Leslie, Alexander (fl. 1796–1798), radical bookseller and publisher
  1994. Q18534121 P. J. P. Goldberg, ‘Women in trade and industry in York (act. c.1300–c.1500)’, first published
  1995. Q18534123 Gentry, fl. 1224–1236
  1996. Q18534131 Chester, Charles (c.1554–1604), informer and wit
  1997. Q18534133 Coote, Charles (bap. 1760, d. 1835), historian and biographer
  1998. Q18534134 D'Oyly, Christopher (bap. 1717, d. 1795), politician
  1999. Q18534136 Mickleton, Christopher (bap. 1612, d. 1669), lawyer
  2000. Q18534137 C. B. Phillips, ‘Curwen family (per. c.1500–c.1725)’, first published
  2001. Q18534139 Fenning, Daniel (1714/15–1767), grammarian and textbook writer
  2002. Q18534142 Robertson, Donald (fl. 1636–1662), landowner and soldier
  2003. Q18534143 Susanna Avery-Quash, ‘Byfield family (per. c.1814–1886)’, first published
  2004. Q18534145 British playwright and translator (fl. 1676–1678)
  2005. Q18534151 Crawford [née Johnstone], Emily (1831?–1915), journalist
  2006. Q18534154 Wolfreston [née Middlemore], Frances (bap. 1607, d. 1677), book collector
  2007. Q18534163 Darling, George (1779/80–1862), physician
  2008. Q18534167 Strachan, George (fl. 1592–1634), traveller and orientalist
  2009. Q18534185 Canaries, James (1653/4–1698), episcopalian minister
  2010. Q18534186 Cookson, James (bap. 1751, d. 1835), Church of England clergyman
  2011. Q18534193 Audland, John (c.1630–1664), Quaker preacher
  2012. Q18534197 Crouse, John (1737/8–1796), printer and newspaper proprietor
  2013. Q18534202 Army officer and diplomat of the Thirty Years' War (fl. 1632–1658)
  2014. Q18534208 Meres [Meeres], John (1698–1761?), printer
  2015. Q18534211 Martin Myrone, ‘Boydell, John, engravers (act. 1760–1804)’, first published
  2016. Q18534236 Cop [Cope], Michel (c.1501–1566), religious author
  2017. Q18534239 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Harrington family (per. c.1300–1512)’, first published
  2018. Q18534241 Copland, Patrick (c.1572–c.1651), philanthropist
  2019. Q18534768 Kennedy, Alexander (1695–c.1785), violin maker
  2020. Q18534779 Cordiner, Charles (1746?–1794), Scottish Episcopal clergyman and antiquary
  2021. Q18534781 Cornwall [formerly Cornewall], Charles (bap. 1669, d. 1718), naval officer
  2022. Q18534782 Hall, Charles (c.1720–1783), engraver
  2023. Q18534790 Lancelene, Edith de (fl. 1133–1138/9), monastic patron and abbess of Godstow
  2024. Q18534791 Coppinger, Edmund (c.1555–1591), prophet
  2025. Q18534794 Johnson, Elizabeth (fl. 1779–1798), printer
  2026. Q18534797 Nicholls [Nicolls], Ferdinando (1597/8–1662), clergyman and ejected minister
  2027. Q18534798 Moore, Frances (1788/9–1881), historian and novelist
  2028. Q18534799 Ogston, Francis (bap. 1803, d. 1887), expert in forensic medicine
  2029. Q18534801 Towerson, Gabriel (bap. 1576, d. 1623), naval officer and agent for the East India Company
  2030. Q18534803 Costard, George (bap. 1710, d. 1782), writer on ancient astronomy
  2031. Q18534810 Stanford, Henry (c.1552–1616), compiler of a manuscript miscellany
  2032. Q18534812 Bloodworth, James (c.1760–1804), architect in Australia
  2033. Q18534815 Cornewall, James (bap. 1698, d. 1744), naval officer and politician
  2034. Q18534816 Hector L. MacQueen, ‘Kennedy family (per. c.1350–1513)’, first published
  2035. Q18534817 Kennedy, James (fl. 1662–1686), Latin poet
  2036. Q18534818 Kennedy, James (1784/5–1851), medical bibliographer
  2037. Q18534819 Kennedy, James (c.1793–1827), writer
  2038. Q18534824 Corey, John (fl. 1699–1735), actor and playwright
  2039. Q18534828 Corner, John (fl. 1788–1825), printmaker
  2040. Q18534829 Cotgrave, John (bap. 1611?, d. in or after 1655), anthologist
  2041. Q18534830 Megan Aldrich, ‘Crace family (per. c.1725–c.1900)’, first published
  2042. Q18534836 Michael Hicks, ‘Lisle family (per. c.1277–1542)’, first published
  2043. Q18534837 Keith Dockray, ‘Greystoke family (per. 1321–1487)’, first published
  2044. Q18534839 Hamilton, John (fl. 1766–1787), landscape painter and engraver
  2045. Q18534844 Hayes, Sir John Macnamara, first baronet (1750?–1809), military physician
  2046. Q18534846 Michael Hicks, ‘Lisle family (per. c.1277–1542)’, first published
  2047. Q18534854 Mayer, John (bap. 1583, d. 1664), biblical commentator
  2048. Q18534862 English singer and music editor (c.1760–1812)
  2049. Q18534866 Houghton, Joseph (c.1885–c.1945), trade unionist
  2050. Q18534867 Palmer, Julins (1531/2–1556), protestant martyr
  2051. Q18534870 Hepburn, Margaret (bap. 1726, d. in or after 1758), shopkeeper
  2052. Q18534874 Cosworth [Cosowarth], Michael (fl. 1576–1610), translator
  2053. Q18534875 Thatcher [Thacher], Peter (1587/8–1641), Church of England clergyman
  2054. Q18534877 MacLeod, Niel, of Gesto (c.1754–1836), collector and editor of highland bagpipe music
  2055. Q18534889 Katherine Coombs, ‘Lens family (per. c.1650–1779)’, first published
  2056. Q18534897 Cooke, Robert (1549/50–1615), Church of England clergyman
  2057. Q18534898 Ames, Richard (bap. 1664?, d. 1692), satirist
  2058. Q18534899 Andrews, Richard (bap. 1575, d. 1634), physician and poet
  2059. Q18534902 Croke, Unton (1594/5–1670/71), lawyer and politician
  2060. Q18534905 Cooke, Robert (c.1820–1882), Roman Catholic priest
  2061. Q18534909 English printmaker (fl. 1800–1836)
  2062. Q18534911 Morwen, Robert (1486?–1558), college head
  2063. Q18534915 Sydenham, Simon (c.1370–1438), bishop of Chichester
  2064. Q18534916 Cooke, Roger (b. 1552, d. after 1612?), alchemist
  2065. Q18534922 G. L. Harriss, ‘Stourton family (per. c.1380–1485)’, first published
  2066. Q18534928 Gibb, Robert (1799/1800–1837), landscape painter
  2067. Q18534930 Norris, Robert (bap. 1724?, d. 1791), trader and author
  2068. Q18534934 Mosley, Samuel (b. 1641, d. in or before 1680), soldier in America
  2069. Q18534940 English translator (b. in or before 1523, d. 1612)
  2070. Q18534942 John, Sir, fitz John (c.1240–1275), baronial leader
  2071. Q18534957 Coppock, Thomas (bap. 1719, d. 1746), Jacobite chaplain
  2072. Q18534966 Hunter, Thomas (1711/12–1777), Church of England clergyman and schoolmaster
  2073. Q18534968 Hutcheson, Thomas (1589/90–1641), philanthropist
  2074. Q18534990 English clergyman and ejected minister (born in or before 1618, died in or after 1673)
  2075. Q18534993 Shepesheved, William (c.1270–c.1325), chronicler and Cistercian monk
  2076. Q18534994 Anne Polden, ‘Abenon, d', family (per. 1086–c.1400)’, first published
  2077. Q18534996 Gostelow [Gorstelow], Walter (bap. 1604, d. 1662?), royalist prophet
  2078. Q18535017 Cotterell, William (1697/8–1744), Church of Ireland bishop of Ferns and Leighlin
  2079. Q18535024 Harlaw, William (c.1500–1578), Church of Scotland minister
  2080. Q18535026 Ronald H. Fritze, ‘Kingsmill family (per. c.1480–1698)’, first published
  2081. Q18535036 Helen Williams, Alistair McCleery, ‘Nelson family (per. 1780–1958)’, first published
  2082. Q18535157 English topographical draughtsman (fl. 1724–1759)
  2083. Q18535667 Welsh landowner and adminstrator (fl. 1380-1413)
  2084. Q18535759 Welsh harpist (fl. c. 1700-1720)
  2085. Q18537766 folclorist român, director al ASTREI între anii 1911-1922
  2086. Q18546100 Cuddon, Ambrose (fl. 1822–1828), publisher and journalist
  2087. Q18546103 Day, Angell (fl. 1563–1595), stationer and writer
  2088. Q18546106 Laurence Ince, ‘Forman family (per. 1784–c.1870)’, first published
  2089. Q18546108 Crowder [alias Broughton], Arthur [name in religion Anselm] (1588/9–1666), Benedictine monk
  2090. Q18546119 Creed, Cary (bap. 1708, d. 1775), etcher and justice
  2091. Q18546139 Gregory [married name Alison], Dorothea (bap. 1754, d. 1830), companion of Elizabeth Montagu
  2092. Q18546148 Chaloner, Edward (1590/91–1625), Church of England clergyman
  2093. Q18546156 Boyd, Elizabeth [pseud. Louisa] (fl. 1727–1745), poet and novelist
  2094. Q18546157 Christopher Starr, ‘Fitzwalter family (per. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  2095. Q18546169 Coxe, Francis [Fraunces Cox] (fl. 1560–1575), astrologer and medical practitioner
  2096. Q18546170 Crawley, Sir Francis (1574/5–1650), judge
  2097. Q18546171 Croll, Francis (bap. 1826, d. 1854), engraver
  2098. Q18546172 Crow, Francis (1627–1692/3), clergyman and ejected minister
  2099. Q18546173 Mori, Nicolas (1796/7–1839), violinist
  2100. Q18546187 Crichton, George (c.1555–1611), classical scholar and civil lawyer
  2101. Q18546376 J. T. Cliffe, ‘Babthorpe family (per. c.1501–1635)’, first published
  2102. Q18546381 Coventry, Henry (c.1710–1752), religious writer
  2103. Q18546382 Cowper, Henry (c.1753–1840), clerk assistant of the House of Lords
  2104. Q18546383 Krabtree [Crabtree], Henry (1642/3?–c.1693), astrologer and Church of England clergyman
  2105. Q18546387 Crompton, Hugh (fl. 1652–1658), poet
  2106. Q18546392 Crouch, Humphrey (fl. 1601–1657), writer
  2107. Q18546412 Cuninghame [Cunningham], James (fl. 1698–1709), trader and naturalist
  2108. Q18546416 Peter Fleming, ‘Haute family (per. c.1350–1530)’, first published
  2109. Q18546428 Martin Myrone, ‘Boydell, John, engravers (act. 1760–1804)’, first published
  2110. Q18546429 Roach, James (1753/4?–1832?), bookseller
  2111. Q18546430 Weston, James (1688?–1748?), stenographer
  2112. Q18546455 Simon Walker, ‘Abberbury family (per. c.1270–c.1475)’, first published
  2113. Q18546513 Cox [Coxe], John (fl. 1565–1583), translator
  2114. Q18546521 Crane, John (1570/71–1652), apothecary and benefactor
  2115. Q18546523 Cranwell, John (1725/6–1793), poet
  2116. Q18546537 Crompton, John (bap. 1611, d. 1669), clergyman and ejected minister
  2117. Q18546538 Crook, John (1616/17–1699), Quaker leader and writer
  2118. Q18546539 Crooke, Andrew (c.1605–1674), bookseller
  2119. Q18546540 Cross, Sir John (1766?–1842), judge
  2120. Q18546542 Crouch, John (b. c.1615, d. in or after 1680), writer and bookseller
  2121. Q18546548 Dauncey, John (fl. 1660–1663), author and translator
  2122. Q18546552 Deyville [Daiville], Sir John de (c.1234–1290/91), rebel
  2123. Q18546558 Doughtie, John (1598?–1672), Church of England clergyman and religious writer
  2124. Q18546559 Gostlin, John (1632/3–1705), educational benefactor and physician
  2125. Q18546563 Harrower, John (1733–1777?), indentured servant and journal writer
  2126. Q18546564 Hawkins, John Sidney (bap. 1758, d. 1842), antiquary
  2127. Q18546586 Hollond [Holland], John (fl. c.1624–c.1661), naval official
  2128. Q18546612 Moor [alias Cross], John [name in religion Joannes de Sancta Cruce] (1629?–1689), Franciscan friar
  2129. Q18546626 Sherwen, John (bap. 1748, d. 1826), surgeon and apothecary
  2130. Q18546664 Wooll, John (bap. 1767, d. 1833), headmaster
  2131. Q18546681 John Orbell, ‘Wallace family (per. 1841–1925)’, first published
  2132. Q18546690 Holbeach [Holbech], Martin (bap. 1597, d. 1670), schoolmaster and ejected minister
  2133. Q18546696 Liart, Matthew (c.1736–c.1782), engraver
  2134. Q18546698 Cross [Crosse, Crass], Michael [Miguel de la Cruz, Michaell de la Croy, Michaell La Croix] (fl. 1633–1660), painter
  2135. Q18546703 Cross, Nathaniel (1688/9–1751), musical instrument maker
  2136. Q18546705 Pigott, Nathaniel (bap. 1661, d. 1737), barrister and counsellor at law
  2137. Q18546707 Cross, Nicholas [name in religion Nicolaus à Santa Cruce] (1614/15–1698), Franciscan friar, missionary, and writer
  2138. Q18546710 Darton, Nicholas (1602/3–1649x52), Church of England clergyman
  2139. Q18546711 Sabraham, Nicholas (b. c.1325, d. in or after 1399), soldier
  2140. Q18546712 Cromwell, Oliver (c.1742–1821), biographer and lawyer
  2141. Q18546714 Owen [Owens], Owen (1543/4–1593), Church of England clergyman
  2142. Q18546719 Courten, Sir William (c.1568–1636), merchant and financier
  2143. Q18546720 Coxe, Peter (1753?–1844), writer and poet
  2144. Q18546722 Cross, Peter [Lawrence Crosse] (c.1645–1724), miniature painter
  2145. Q18546731 J. T. Cliffe, ‘Babthorpe family (per. c.1501–1635)’, first published
  2146. Q18546735 Simon Walker, ‘Abberbury family (per. c.1270–c.1475)’, first published
  2147. Q18546738 Crompton, Richard (b. c.1529, d. in or after 1599), legal writer
  2148. Q18546743 Henry Summerson, ‘Umfraville, de, family (per. c.1100–1245)’, first published
  2149. Q18546745 Meadowcourt, Richard (c.1695–1760), Church of England clergyman and literary critic
  2150. Q18546755 Craig, Robert (bap. 1730, d. 1823), judge
  2151. Q18546756 Crawford, Robert (1695?–1732/3?), poet
  2152. Q18546758 Creighton [Creyghton], Robert (1636/7–1734), Church of England clergyman and composer
  2153. Q18546762 Henry Summerson, ‘Umfraville, de, family (per. c.1100–1245)’, first published
  2154. Q18546765 Lambe, Robert (bap. 1711, d. 1795), Church of England clergyman and antiquary
  2155. Q18546849 Croxall, Samuel (1688/9–1752), poet and Church of England clergyman
  2156. Q18546852 Stanegrave, Sir Roger (fl. 1280s–1331), soldier and writer
  2157. Q18546854 Katharine Simms, ‘Savage family (per. 1333–1519)’, first published
  2158. Q18546872 Simon Walker, ‘Abberbury family (per. c.1270–c.1475)’, first published
  2159. Q18546876 Brian G. Awty, ‘Cotton family (per. c.1650–1802)’, first published
  2160. Q18546878 Crane, Thomas (bap. 1631, d. 1714), Presbyterian minister
  2161. Q18546879 Cranley, Thomas (fl. 1613–1635), poet
  2162. Q18546885 Croft, Thomas (c.1435–1488), customs official, shipowner, and patron of Atlantic exploration
  2163. Q18546887 Croxton, Thomas (c.1603–1666), parliamentarian army officer
  2164. Q18546891 Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford and writer (1625/6–c.1697)
  2165. Q18546892 English Royalist (b. 1606, d. before 1674)
  2166. Q18546893 Hollier, Thomas (bap. 1609, d. 1690), surgeon
  2167. Q18546900 Anita McConnell, ‘Pitts family (per. 1737–1870)’, first published
  2168. Q18546903 Raynald [Raynalde], Thomas (fl. 1539–1552?), printer
  2169. Q18546904 English musician (baptised c.1693, died c. 1751)
  2170. Q18546909 Marsh, Walter (bap. 1560, d. 1595), spy and protestant martyr
  2171. Q18546910 Hopton, Sir Walter of (c.1235–1295/6), justice
  2172. Q18546918 Courten, Sir William (c.1568–1636), merchant and financier
  2173. Q18546920 Cowper, William (bap. 1701, d. 1767), physician and antiquary
  2174. Q18546924 Craft, William H. (1730x35–1805/1811), enamel painter
  2175. Q18546928 Cranstoun, William Henry (bap. 1714, d. 1752), alleged murderer
  2176. Q18546931 Crawford, William (1739/40–1800), minister of the Presbyterian General Synod of Ulster
  2177. Q18546936 Crompton, William (1599/1600–1642), Church of England clergyman
  2178. Q18546940 Crompton, William (1630/1633?–1696), clergyman and ejected minister
  2179. Q18546943 Crowe, William (c.1691–1743), Church of England clergyman
  2180. Q18546951 Adam White, ‘Cure family (per. c.1540–c.1620)’, first published
  2181. Q18546956 Freney, William (fl. 1263–1286), Dominican friar and archbishop of Edessa
  2182. Q18546957 Gilbert, William (1763?–c.1825), poet
  2183. Q18546966 Henry Summerson, ‘Lowther family (per. c.1270–c.1450)’, first published
  2184. Q18546970 Mitchell, William (1821/2–1908), print collector and connoisseur
  2185. Q18546978 Warren, William (fl. 1578–1581), poet
  2186. Q18546979 Warren, Sir William (bap. 1627, d. 1695), naval contractor
  2187. Q18546980 Windsor, William, Baron Windsor (1322x8–1384), administrator
  2188. Q18546982 Cradock, Zachary (1632/3–1695), college head
  2189. Q18559670 Darcie [Darcy], Abraham (fl. 1623–1635), author and translator
  2190. Q18559671 Dawson, Abraham (1713?–1789), biblical scholar
  2191. Q18559672 John Orbell, ‘Mocatta family (per. 1671–1957)’, first published
  2192. Q18559674 Harsnett, Adam (1579/80–1639?), Church of England clergyman
  2193. Q18559681 Delamaine, Alexander (bap. 1631, d. 1685), Muggletonian
  2194. Q18559686 T. A. B. Corley, ‘Reinagle family (per. c.1760–1877)’, first published
  2195. Q18559692 Fitzpatrick [née Liddell], Anne, countess of Upper Ossory [other married name Anne FitzRoy, duchess of Grafton] (1737/8–1804), correspondent of Horace Walpole
  2196. Q18559694 Heveningham, Sir Arthur (c.1546–1630), local politician
  2197. Q18559696 Joy Rowe, ‘Gawdy family (per. c.1500–1723)’, first published
  2198. Q18559701 Christopher Eimer, ‘Pingo family (per. c.1690–1815)’, first published
  2199. Q18559703 Davy, Charles (1722/3–1797), Church of England clergyman and writer on music
  2200. Q18559706 Matthews [née Marlar], Charlotte (bap. 1759, d. 1802), businesswoman
  2201. Q18559710 Macro, Cox (bap. 1683, d. 1767), antiquary and Church of England clergyman
  2202. Q18559714 Deorman (fl. 1119–1141), moneyer and merchant
  2203. Q18559718 G. L. Harriss, ‘Mulso family (per. c.1350–1460)’, first published
  2204. Q18559721 Dawson, Edward (c.1579–1622), Jesuit
  2205. Q18559723 Le Davis, Edward (fl. 1671–1691), engraver and art dealer
  2206. Q18559732 Davison, Francis (1573/4–1613x19), poet and anthologist
  2207. Q18559736 Paul Dalton, ‘Paynel family (per. c.1086–1244)’, first published
  2208. Q18559738 Darnell, George (1799?–1857), schoolmaster
  2209. Q18559739 Dawson, George (1636?–1700), jurist
  2210. Q18559742 Roger Billcliffe, ‘Glasgow Boys (act. 1875–1895)’, first published
  2211. Q18559748 Curling, Henry (1802/3–1864), novelist
  2212. Q18559757 G. L. Harriss, ‘Mulso family (per. c.1350–1460)’, first published
  2213. Q18559761 Christopher Eimer, ‘Pingo family (per. c.1690–1815)’, first published
  2214. Q18559764 Davenport, Sir Humphrey (c.1566–1645), judge
  2215. Q18559768 Dawson, James (1716/17–1746), Jacobite army officer
  2216. Q18559779 Curtis, John (fl. 1790–1797), landscape painter
  2217. Q18559783 Dancer, John (fl. 1660–1675), translator and playwright
  2218. Q18559785 Darnall, Sir John (bap. 1673, d. 1735), lawyer
  2219. Q18559788 Davidson, John (c.1724–1797), antiquary and lawyer
  2220. Q18559790 Dawes [Daus], John (c.1516–1602), schoolmaster and translator
  2221. Q18559792 son of John de Critz the elder; died between 1642 and 1645
  2222. Q18559797 Holliday, John (1730/31–1801), barrister and writer
  2223. Q18559799 Matthews, John (1701?–1719), printer
  2224. Q18559801 G. L. Harriss, ‘Mulso family (per. c.1350–1460)’, first published
  2225. Q18559803 Christopher Eimer, ‘Pingo family (per. c.1690–1815)’, first published
  2226. Q18559805 Rightwise, John (c.1490–1533), grammarian
  2227. Q18559810 Dawes, Lancelot (1579/80–1655), Church of England clergyman
  2228. Q18559814 Gurle [Garrle], Leonard (c.1621–1685), gardener and nurseryman
  2229. Q18559817 Daniell [née Drake], Louisa (1808/9–1871), philanthropist
  2230. Q18559823 Stephen, Margaret (fl. 1765–1795), midwife and teacher of midwifery
  2231. Q18559824 Curran [née Barry], Marian [known as Mrs Pete Curran] (fl. 1890–1910), trade unionist and tailoress
  2232. Q18559825 Matthews, Marmaduke (c.1606–c.1683), clergyman and ejected minister
  2233. Q18559829 Love [née Stone], Mary (fl. 1639–1660), religious writer and biographer
  2234. Q18559830 Christopher Eimer, ‘Pingo family (per. c.1690–1815)’, first published
  2235. Q18559833 Day, Matthew (bap. 1611, d. 1663), Church of England clergyman and schoolmaster
  2236. Q18559834 Darly, Matthias (c.1720–1780), designer and printseller
  2237. Q18559835 Lane [née Parr], Maud [Matilda], Lady Lane (c.1507–1558/9), courtier
  2238. Q18559838 Michael S. Moss, ‘Cayzer family (per. 1843–1999)’, first published
  2239. Q18559839 Fitzgerald [née Collard], Penelope Frederica (1820/21–1900), philosopher
  2240. Q18559847 Dean, Richard (bap. 1726, d. 1778), essayist and Church of England clergyman
  2241. Q18559848 Deane, Richard (fl. 1647–1661), government official and Baptist preacher
  2242. Q18559849 Delamaine [Delamain], Richard, the younger (bap. 1627, d. 1657), clergyman
  2243. Q18559866 Faye Getz, ‘Women medical practitioners in England (act. c.1200–c.1475)’, first published
  2244. Q18559871 English poet (baptised 1561, died c.1602)
  2245. Q18559877 Daffy, Thomas (1616/17–1680), inventor of the ‘elixir salutis’
  2246. Q18559881 Danett, Thomas (1543–1601?), historian and translator
  2247. Q18559882 Danson, Thomas (bap. 1629, d. 1694), ejected minister
  2248. Q18559885 Davies, Sir Thomas (1631/2–1680), bookseller and lord mayor of London
  2249. Q18559891 Heyrick, Thomas (bap. 1649, d. 1694), poet and clergyman
  2250. Q18559893 G. L. Harriss, ‘Mulso family (per. c.1350–1460)’, first published
  2251. Q18559895 Christopher Eimer, ‘Pingo family (per. c.1690–1815)’, first published
  2252. Q18559898 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  2253. Q18559899 Cutler, William Henry (b. 1792, d. in or after 1824), organist and music teacher
  2254. Q18559905 Davenant, William (1656/7–1681), translator
  2255. Q18559906 Davidson, William (c.1756–1797), privateer
  2256. Q18559907 Davies, William (fl. 1598–1614), traveller
  2257. Q18559910 Davis, William (1771/2–1807), mathematician and publisher
  2258. Q18559914 Dene, William (fl. 1317–1354), supposed chronicler
  2259. Q18559916 G. L. Harriss, ‘Mulso family (per. c.1350–1460)’, first published
  2260. Q18559921 Trussell, Sir William (fl. 1307–1346/7), administrator and landowner
  2261. Q18559922 Uvedale, Sir William (1454/5–1525), administrator
  2262. Q18559924 Theo Barker, ‘Pilkington family (per. c.1825–1925)’, first published
  2263. Q18563155 브라질 경제학자(1961~ ). 브라질 재무장관(2015~ )
  2264. Q18572158 Seller, Abednego (1646/7–1705), nonjuring Church of England clergyman and religious writer
  2265. Q18572159 Dent, Abraham (bap. 1729, d. 1803), shopkeeper
  2266. Q18572160 Dickson, Adam (bap. 1721, d. 1776), agricultural writer
  2267. Q18572163 Fraunceys, Adam (c.1310–1375), merchant and mayor of London
  2268. Q18572165 Kathleen Thompson, ‘Dunstanville, de, family (per. c.1090–c.1292)’, first published
  2269. Q18572166 Kathleen Thompson, ‘Dunstanville, de, family (per. c.1090–c.1292)’, first published
  2270. Q18572171 Kathleen Thompson, ‘Dunstanville, de, family (per. c.1090–c.1292)’, first published
  2271. Q18572181 Alexis Master (fl. c.1120–c.1140), manuscript artist
  2272. Q18572189 Norman P. Tanner, ‘Lollard women (act. c.1390–c.1520)’, first published
  2273. Q18572194 Drakoules [née Lambe; other married name Lewis], Alice Marie (c.1850–1933), humanitarian and campaigner for animal welfare
  2274. Q18572196 Fleming, Alice [née Lady Alice Fitzgerald], Lady Slane (b. c.1508, d. in or after 1540), conspirator
  2275. Q18572205 Model [née Sichel], Alice Isabella (1856–1943), philanthropist and family welfare worker
  2276. Q18572215 Douglas, Andrew (1735/6–1806), physician and man-midwife
  2277. Q18572217 Katherine Coombs, ‘Lens family (per. c.1650–1779)’, first published
  2278. Q18572223 Bathurst, Ann (b. c.1638, d. in or before 1704), diarist and prophet
  2279. Q18572232 Jessop [née Wilde], Ann (bap. 1782, d. 1864), cabinet-maker
  2280. Q18572233 English Quaker follower of John Pennyman (born 1612/13, died in or after 1693)
  2281. Q18572234 Barbara Laning Fitzpatrick, ‘Rivington family (per. c.1710–c.1960)’, first published
  2282. Q18572247 Brett [née Mason], Anne [other married name Anne Gerard, countess of Macclesfield] (1667/8–1753), courtier
  2283. Q18572250 Fairfax [née Vere], Anne, Lady Fairfax (1617/18–1665), noblewoman
  2284. Q18572255 Lister [married name Knowler], Susanna (bap. 1670, d. 1738), natural history illustrator
  2285. Q18572258 Penny [née Hughes; other married name Christian], Anne (bap. 1729, d. 1780/1784), poet
  2286. Q18572260 Sadleir [née Coke], Anne (1585–1671/2), literary patron
  2287. Q18572265 Todd, Anthony (bap. 1718, d. 1798), foreign secretary of the Post Office
  2288. Q18572267 Douglas, Archibald (c.1540–c.1602), conspirator and Church of Scotland minister
  2289. Q18572275 Richard Dace, ‘Bois, du, family (per. c.1071–1313)’, first published
  2290. Q18572297 Helen Clifford, ‘Courtauld family (per. 1708–1780)’, first published
  2291. Q18572300 Stapleton, Augustus Granville (1800/01–1880), biographer and political pamphleteer
  2292. Q18572308 Austen, William (fl. 1449–1454), metal-founder
  2293. Q18572315 David Crouch, ‘Bloet family (per. c.1080–c.1300)’, first published
  2294. Q18575615 French painter, active from 1751, died after 1791
  2295. Q18575902 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  2296. Q18575920 Cochrane, Andrew (1692/3–1777), local politician and merchant
  2297. Q18575921 Nelson [née Abbat], Ann (1769/70–1852), coach proprietor and innkeeper
  2298. Q18575923 Seymour [married name Boheme], Anna Maria (c.1692–1723), actress
  2299. Q18575924 Brett Usher, ‘Culverwell family (per. c.1545–c.1640)’, first published
  2300. Q18575929 Whistler, Anthony (1713/14–1754), poet
  2301. Q18575930 Manini, Antony (c.1750–1786), musician
  2302. Q18575934 Roy Church, ‘Kenrick family (per. c.1785–1926)’, first published
  2303. Q18575942 Holloway, Benjamin (1690/91–1759), religious controversialist and Church of England clergyman
  2304. Q18575944 Hodgson, Bernard (bap. 1743, d. 1805), college head
  2305. Q18575950 Heydinger, Carl (fl. 1766–1784), printer and bookseller
  2306. Q18575951 Robertson, Caroline Anna Croom (1837/8–1892), college administrator
  2307. Q18575966 Handasyde, Charles (fl. 1751–1776), miniature painter
  2308. Q18575969 Richard Hobbs, ‘Kray brothers (act. 1926–2000)’, first published
  2309. Q18575979 Sherwin, John Keyse (bap. 1751, d. 1790), designer and engraver
  2310. Q18575989 Norman P. Tanner, ‘Lollard women (act. c.1390–c.1520)’, first published
  2311. Q18575992 Seyffert, Christlieb Gottreich (fl. 1757–1764), bookseller
  2312. Q18575993 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Conyers family (per. c.1375–c.1525)’, first published
  2313. Q18575994 Irvine, Christopher (c.1620–1693), physician
  2314. Q18575998 Johnson, Cicely (fl. 1617/18–1636/7), religious writer
  2315. Q18576004 Nesbitt, Colebrooke (1755/6–1798), army officer
  2316. Q18576006 Scottish noble, third laird of Glenorchy (c.1468–1523)
  2317. Q18576011 ‘Ó hUiginn family (per. c.1300–c.1600)’, first published
  2318. Q18576014 Vaughan, Cuthbert (c.1519–1563), soldier
  2319. Q18576016 Dodd, Daniel (fl. 1752–c.1780), painter
  2320. Q18576018 MacQueen, Daniel (bap. 1714, d. 1777), Church of Scotland minister
  2321. Q18576021 Bogue, David (1807/8–1856), publisher and bookseller
  2322. Q18576028 Russen, David (fl. 1702–1703), author
  2323. Q18576033 Churchill [alias Miller], Deborah (1677/1682–1708), murderer
  2324. Q18576034 Cottnam [née How], Deborah (c.1727–1806), schoolmistress
  2325. Q18576041 Domhnall Uilleam Stiùbhart, ‘MacGregor family (per. 1450–1604)’, first published
  2326. Q18576042 Erbery, Dorcas (fl. 1656–1659), Quaker preacher
  2327. Q18576044 Arundell, Dorothy (1559/60–1613), author and Benedictine nun
  2328. Q18576048 Durie [née King], Dorothy (c.1613–1664), writer on education
  2329. Q18576061 Waugh [married name Lotherington], Dorothy (c.1636–1666?), Quaker preacher
  2330. Q18576062 Jane E. A. Dawson, ‘Campbell family of Glenorchy (per. 1432–1631)’, first published
  2331. Q18576064 Duncon, Eleazar (1597/8–1660), Church of England clergyman
  2332. Q18576067 Hastings, Edmund, Lord Hastings of Inchmahome (1263x9–1314), soldier and administrator
  2333. Q18576071 Rolph, Edmund (bap. 1619, d. 1668), parliamentarian army officer
  2334. Q18576073 Bolnest, Edward (fl. 1666–1675), medical practitioner
  2335. Q18576074 Joanna Selborne, ‘Brandard family (per. c.1825–1898)’, first published
  2336. Q18576075 Brocklesby, Edward (1524/5–1573/4), Church of England clergyman
  2337. Q18576079 Susanna Avery-Quash, ‘Byfield family (per. c.1814–1886)’, first published
  2338. Q18576082 Ellicott, John (1702/3–1772), watchmaker and scientist
  2339. Q18576083 Ian Maxted, ‘Farley family (per. 1698–1775)’, first published
  2340. Q18576084 English religious controversialist, author of The Marrow of Modern Divinity (fl. 1626–1648)
  2341. Q18576088 Hastings, Edward, Baron Hastings of Loughborough (1512x15?–1572), nobleman and soldier
  2342. Q18576090 Hopson [Hopsonn], Sir Thomas (bap. 1643, d. 1717), naval officer
  2343. Q18576091 Jenynges, Edward (fl. 1565–1590), writer
  2344. Q18576092 Leedes, Edward (c.1627–1707), headmaster
  2345. Q18576093 Luttrell, Edward (fl. 1680–1724), crayon portrait painter and engraver
  2346. Q18576099 Jan Broadway, ‘Peyto family (per. 1487–1658)’, first published
  2347. Q18576101 Peyton, Sir Edward, second baronet (1587/8–1652?), parliamentarian political writer
  2348. Q18576102 Purdon, Edward (bap. 1729, d. 1767), writer
  2349. Q18576118 Timothy Clayton, Anita McConnell, ‘Byrne family (per. 1765–1849)’, first published
  2350. Q18576121 Clinton [née Knevitt], Elizabeth, countess of Lincoln (1574?–1630?), noblewoman and writer
  2351. Q18576122 Cox, Elizabeth (fl. 1671–1688), actress
  2352. Q18576124 Crooke, Andrew (c.1605–1674), bookseller
  2353. Q18576125 J. T. Cliffe, ‘Danby family (per. 1493–1667)’, first published
  2354. Q18576127 Furnival, Elizabeth [Fanny; known as Mrs Kemble] (fl. 1731–1752), actress and singer
  2355. Q18576133 Lyon, Elizabeth [nicknamed Edgware Bess] (fl. 1722–1726), prostitute and thief
  2356. Q18576135 Macauley, Elizabeth Wright (1785?–1837), actress and socialist
  2357. Q18576138 Shirley, Elizabeth (1564/5–1641), Augustinian nun and author
  2358. Q18576141 Chapman [married name Sanger], Ellen (1830/31–1899), lion tamer
  2359. Q18576158 Eric Acheson, ‘Zouche family (per. c.1254–1415)’, first published
  2360. Q18576159 Eric Acheson, ‘Zouche family (per. c.1254–1415)’, first published
  2361. Q18576162 Brett Usher, ‘Culverwell family (per. c.1545–c.1640)’, first published
  2362. Q18576168 R. W. Munro, Jean Munro, ‘Ross family (per. c.1215–c.1415)’, first published
  2363. Q18576169 Ian Maxted, ‘Farley family (per. 1698–1775)’, first published
  2364. Q18576170 Shaw, Ferdinando (bap. 1674, d. 1745), Presbyterian minister and religious controversialist
  2365. Q18576171 Gower, Foote (1725/6–1780), Church of England clergyman and antiquary
  2366. Q18576172 J. T. Cliffe, ‘Danby family (per. 1493–1667)’, first published
  2367. Q18576177 Clifton, Francis (fl. 1716–1724), printer
  2368. Q18576183 Jenks, Francis (bap. 1640, d. 1686), linen draper and whig activist
  2369. Q18576186 Riollay, Francis William (c.1748–1797), physician
  2370. Q18576187 Barbara Laning Fitzpatrick, ‘Rivington family (per. c.1710–c.1960)’, first published
  2371. Q18576198 Strange, Frederick (1810x18–1854), natural history collector
  2372. Q18576202 Dewes, Garrat (b. in or before 1533, d. 1591), bookseller and publisher
  2373. Q18576204 Smith, Gavin (b. c.1550, d. in or after 1604), engineer and projector
  2374. Q18576205 Dennis Farr, ‘Agnew family (per. 1817–1986)’, first published
  2375. Q18576207 Hardeby, Geoffrey (c.1320–c.1385), Augustinian friar and theologian
  2376. Q18576211 Bookseller (b. in or before 1538, d. 1610/11)
  2377. Q18576213 S. J. Payling, ‘Chaworth family (per. c.1160–c.1521)’, first published
  2378. Q18576214 Cruchley, George Frederick (1796/7–1880), map publisher
  2379. Q18576215 Anthony Burton, ‘Dalziel family (per. 1840–1905)’, first published
  2380. Q18576216 Dodd, George (bap. 1782, d. 1827), civil engineer
  2381. Q18576218 Farewell, George (1692/3–1750?), writer
  2382. Q18576220 Chris Evans, ‘Hawks family (per. c.1750–1863)’, first published
  2383. Q18576222 J. H. Bettey, ‘Horsey family (per. c.1500–c.1640)’, first published
  2384. Q18576223 Kearsley, George (c.1739–1790), bookseller
  2385. Q18576226 Kirke, George (c.1600–1675), courtier
  2386. Q18576237 Barbara Laning Fitzpatrick, ‘Rivington family (per. c.1710–c.1960)’, first published
  2387. Q18576243 Swinnock, George (c.1627–1673), clergyman and ejected minister
  2388. Q18576244 Michael Bevan, ‘Williamson family (per. c.1855–c.1934)’, first published
  2389. Q18576246 Ronald M. Birse, ‘Worsdell family (per. c.1800–1910)’, first published
  2390. Q18576250 Jackson, Georgina Frederica (1823/4–1895), writer on dialect
  2391. Q18576251 Kinnear, Georgina (1826/1828–1914), headmistress
  2392. Q18576252 Anne Pimlott Baker, ‘Bentall family (per. 1904–1993)’, first published
  2393. Q18576257 David Crouch, ‘Turberville family (per. c.1125–c.1370)’, first published
  2394. Q18576261 Laurie, Gilbert (bap. 1718, d. 1787), apothecary and local politician
  2395. Q18576263 W. W. Scott, ‘Macwilliam family (per. c.1130–c.1230)’, first published
  2396. Q18576264 Artari, Giuseppe (1692/1700–1769), stuccoist
  2397. Q18576265 Artari, Giuseppe (1692/1700–1769), stuccoist
  2398. Q18576271 W. W. Scott, ‘Macwilliam family (per. c.1130–c.1230)’, first published
  2399. Q18576273 English bookseller (fl. 1632–1664)
  2400. Q18576277 V. Remington, ‘Essex family (per. c.1800–c.1860)’, first published
  2401. Q18576288 Norman P. Tanner, ‘Lollard women (act. c.1390–c.1520)’, first published
  2402. Q18576302 Denton, Henry (c.1640–1681), Church of England clergyman and translator
  2403. Q18576304 Dod, Henry (fl. 1583?–1620), poet and merchant
  2404. Q18576308 Henry fitz Count (b. in or before 1175, d. 1221?), baron
  2405. Q18576311 Gosson, Stephen (bap. 1554, d. 1625), anti-theatrical polemicist and Church of England clergyman
  2406. Q18576314 Peter Fleming, ‘Haute family (per. c.1350–1530)’, first published
  2407. Q18576317 Iain Bain, ‘Bewick, Thomas, apprentices (act. 1777–1828)’, first published
  2408. Q18576322 Morshead, Henry Anderson (c.1774–1831), army officer
  2409. Q18576324 English religious controversialist (c.1673–c.1738)
  2410. Q18576325 Barbara Laning Fitzpatrick, ‘Rivington family (per. c.1710–c.1960)’, first published
  2411. Q18576326 Root, Henry (1589/90–1669), Independent minister
  2412. Q18576327 Salkeld [alias Dalston], John (1579/80–1660), Church of England clergyman and theologian
  2413. Q18576330 Turberville, Henry (c.1607–1678), Roman Catholic priest
  2414. Q18576337 John Orbell, ‘Stern family (per. c.1830–1964)’, first published
  2415. Q18576347 Legat, Hugh (fl. c.1399–1427), scholar and prior of Redbourn
  2416. Q18576348 Pugh, Hugh (1613/14–1683), Church of England clergyman
  2417. Q18576351 Parsons, Humphrey (c.1676–1741), brewer and politician
  2418. Q18576352 Willis, Humphrey (fl. 1630–1660), Clubman leader
  2419. Q18576357 Eccles, Isaac-Ambrose (1736?–1809), literary scholar
  2420. Q18576358 Gilling, Isaac (bap. 1663, d. 1725), Presbyterian minister
  2421. Q18576361 S. J. Payling, ‘Chaworth family (per. c.1160–c.1521)’, first published
  2422. Q18576363 Iain Bain, ‘Bewick family (per. c.1775–c.1875)’, first published
  2423. Q18576365 American fugitive slave (fl. 1831–1862)
  2424. Q18576367 Pring, Jacob Cubitt (bap. 1770, d. 1799), composer and organist
  2425. Q18576371 Bolland, James (c.1727–1772), sheriff's officer and forger
  2426. Q18576372 Iain Beavan, ‘Chalmers family (per. 1736–1876)’, first published
  2427. Q18576374 Chute, James Henry (1808x10–1878), actor and theatre manager
  2428. Q18576375 Coterel, James (fl. 1328–1351), gang leader
  2429. Q18576383 Donaldson, James (fl. 1794–1796), writer on agriculture
  2430. Q18576384 Donnegan, James (fl. c.1820–1841), lexicographer
  2431. Q18576390 Judy Slinn, ‘Freshfield family (per. 1800–1918)’, first published
  2432. Q18576395 Michael S. Moss, ‘Jolly family (per. c.1820–1965)’, first published
  2433. Q18576401 Philp [Philip], James, of Almerieclose (1654/5–1714x25), Jacobite poet
  2434. Q18576408 Strangman, James (c.1555–1595/6?), antiquary
  2435. Q18576411 Sculptor (1810-1850)
  2436. Q18576412 Harvey, Jane (bap. 1771, d. 1848), writer
  2437. Q18576413 Richard C. Allen, ‘Kemeys family (per. c.1570–1747)’, first published
  2438. Q18576415 Stuart, Jane (c.1654–1742), the alleged natural daughter of James II
  2439. Q18576423 Guild, Jean (bap. 1573, d. 1667), philanthropist
  2440. Q18576428 Bracey [née Phillips], Joan (1656?–1685?), highwaywoman
  2441. Q18576429 Caroline M. Barron, ‘Women traders and artisans in London (act. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  2442. Q18576430 Marion Gibson, ‘Essex witches (act. 1566–1589)’, first published
  2443. Q18576438 Groenevelt, Joannes (bap. 1648, d. 1715/16), physician and surgeon
  2444. Q18576444 Opicius, Johannes (fl. 1492–1493), poet
  2445. Q18576453 Blunt, Sir John, first baronet (bap. 1665, d. 1733), financier and a founder of the South Sea Company
  2446. Q18576458 Coote, John (bap. 1733, d. 1808), bookseller and publisher
  2447. Q18576464 Denison, John (1569/70–1629), Church of England clergyman
  2448. Q18576466 Denton, John (b. in or before 1561, d. 1617), antiquary
  2449. Q18576467 Denton, John (c.1626–1709), Church of England clergyman
  2450. Q18576470 Donaldson, John (1789/90–1865), composer and musicologist
  2451. Q18576477 Downe, John (1570?–1631), Church of England clergyman
  2452. Q18576478 Drake, John Poad (bap. 1794, d. 1883), inventor and artist
  2453. Q18576479 Droeshout, Martin (1565x9–c.1642), engraver
  2454. Q18576480 Drope, Francis (1629?–1671), arboriculturist
  2455. Q18576481 Richard Dace, ‘Bois, du, family (per. c.1071–1313)’, first published
  2456. Q18576482 Dubois, John (bap. 1622, d. 1684), local politician
  2457. Q18576484 Duncon, Eleazar (1597/8–1660), Church of England clergyman
  2458. Q18576485 Dunthorne, John (bap. 1770, d. 1844), artist and early mentor of John Constable
  2459. Q18576487 John Dunthorne (1798-1832), artist and picture restorer; studio assistant of John Constable
  2460. Q18576490 Durie, John (c.1544–1588), Jesuit
  2461. Q18576491 Dygon [Wyldebore], John (c.1482–1566?), Benedictine monk and composer
  2462. Q18576497 Anne Pimlott Baker, ‘Fenwick family (per. 1882–1979)’, first published
  2463. Q18576498 Fermor, Richard (1480x84–1551), merchant
  2464. Q18576499 Freke, John (1652–1717), lawyer and conspirator
  2465. Q18576500 Galliard, John Ernest [formerly Johann Ernst Galliard] (c.1666/1687–1747), composer and musical performer
  2466. Q18576502 Gedde [Geddy], John (fl. 1647–1697), apiculturist
  2467. Q18576503 Giffard, John (1745–1819), politician and newspaper editor
  2468. Q18576505 Halpen [Halpin], Patrick (fl. 1757–1786), engraver
  2469. Q18576506 Hancock, John (1825/6–1869), sculptor
  2470. Q18576507 Hanmer, Jonathan (1606–1687), clergyman and ejected minister
  2471. Q18576509 Hawkey, John (1702/3–1759), classical scholar
  2472. Q18576510 Chris Evans, ‘Hawks family (per. c.1750–1863)’, first published
  2473. Q18576512 Hinchley, John William (1871–1931), chemical engineer
  2474. Q18576513 Hoddesdon, John (c.1632–1659), writer
  2475. Q18576514 J. H. Bettey, ‘Horsey family (per. c.1500–c.1640)’, first published
  2476. Q18576516 Horsey, John (1753/4–1827), Independent minister and tutor
  2477. Q18576517 Janeway, John (1633–1657), scholar and writer on religion
  2478. Q18576519 Church of Ireland clergyman (born c.1545, died after 1572)
  2479. Q18576521 Kelsall, John (1683–1743), Quaker minister and diarist
  2480. Q18576522 Kelyng, Sir John (bap. 1634, d. 1680), lawyer
  2481. Q18576523 Keynes, John (1624–1697), Jesuit and religious controversialist
  2482. Q18576524 Knapton, John (bap. 1696, d. 1767x70), bookseller
  2483. Q18576525 Leake, John (1729–1792), man-midwife
  2484. Q18576527 Macdiarmid, John (1779–1808), journalist and author
  2485. Q18576528 Mardeley, John (fl. 1548–1558), government official and author
  2486. Q18576529 Mauleverer, Sir Thomas, first baronet (bap. 1599, d. 1655), politician and regicide
  2487. Q18576531 May, John (fl. c.1606–1613), writer on aulnage
  2488. Q18576532 May, John (1809–1893), manufacturing chemist
  2489. Q18576533 Maynard, John (1600–1665), clergyman and ejected minister
  2490. Q18576534 Mayo, John (1761–1818), physician
  2491. Q18576535 McBride, John (c.1650–1718), minister of the Presbyterian General Synod of Ulster and religious controversialist
  2492. Q18576538 Napleton, John (1738/9–1817), Church of England clergyman and educational reformer
  2493. Q18576542 Oakley, Sir John Hubert (1867–1946), surveyor
  2494. Q18576545 Paxton, John (c.1740–1780), painter
  2495. Q18576546 Pearman, John (1819–1908), soldier and autobiographer
  2496. Q18576547 Jan Broadway, ‘Peyto family (per. 1487–1658)’, first published
  2497. Q18576549 Peyton, Sir John Strutt (1786–1838), naval officer
  2498. Q18576550 D. A. Farnie, ‘Platt family (per. c.1815–1930)’, first published
  2499. Q18576552 Barbara Laning Fitzpatrick, ‘Rivington family (per. c.1710–c.1960)’, first published
  2500. Q18576555 Rutherford, John (c.1520–1577), philosopher and Church of Scotland minister
  2501. Q18576557 Salkeld [alias Dalston], John (1579/80–1660), Church of England clergyman and theologian
  2502. Q18576558 C. V. J. Griffiths, ‘Tolpuddle Martyrs (act. 1834–c.1845)’, first published
  2503. Q18576559 Standish, John (c.1509–1570), Church of England clergyman
  2504. Q18576560 Christine Carpenter, ‘Stonor family (per. c.1315–c.1500)’, first published
  2505. Q18576561 Sword, John Cuthill (1892–1960), road and air transport manager
  2506. Q18576563 Tanswell, John (1800–1864), lawyer and antiquary
  2507. Q18576564 Tarver, John Charles (1790–1851), lexicographer
  2508. Q18576565 Taunton, John (bap. 1769, d. 1821), surgeon
  2509. Q18576567 R. W. Hoyle, ‘Tempest family (per. c.1500–1657)’, first published
  2510. Q18576570 Troup, John [Jock] (1896–1954), evangelist
  2511. Q18576571 Charles Kightly, ‘Lollard knights (act. c.1380–c.1414)’, first published
  2512. Q18576572 Verney, Sir John, second baronet (1913–1993), artist and writer
  2513. Q18576573 Walcott, John (1754–1831), naturalist
  2514. Q18576575 Hanmer, Jonathan (1606–1687), clergyman and ejected minister
  2515. Q18576577 Dickinson, Joseph (c.1805–1865), physician and botanist
  2516. Q18576578 Donaldson, Joseph (1794–1830), soldier and surgeon
  2517. Q18576579 Dorin, Joseph Alexander (1802–1872), East India Company servant
  2518. Q18576580 Dyer, Joseph Chessborough (1780–1871), inventor
  2519. Q18576581 Foord, Joseph (1714–1788), land surveyor and hydraulic engineer
  2520. Q18576583 Harpur, Joseph (1773–1821), literary scholar
  2521. Q18576584 Haydn, Joseph Timothy (1788/1793–1856), newspaper editor and compiler of reference works
  2522. Q18576585 Henley, Michael (c.1742–1813), merchant and shipowner
  2523. Q18576587 Hughes, Joseph (1769–1833), Baptist minister
  2524. Q18576593 Power, Joseph (1798–1868), librarian
  2525. Q18576594 Pring, Jacob Cubitt (bap. 1770, d. 1799), composer and organist
  2526. Q18576595 Somes, Joseph (1787–1845), shipowner
  2527. Q18576596 Sterling, Joseph (fl. 1765–1794), poet and antiquary
  2528. Q18576598 Weiner, Joseph Sidney (1915–1982), human biologist and environmental physiologist
  2529. Q18576600 Dixon, Joshua (bap. 1743, d. 1825), physician and biographer
  2530. Q18576601 Marshall, Edward (1597/8–1675), sculptor and master mason
  2531. Q18576602 Dornford, Josiah (1762/3–1797), translator and writer
  2532. Q18576603 Oldfield, Josiah (1863–1953), lawyer, physician, and writer on health
  2533. Q18576604 Ibach, Josias (fl. 1679–1696), brass founder
  2534. Q18576605 Jefferies, Joyce (c.1570–1650), moneylender and diarist
  2535. Q18576607 Cohen [née Waley], Julia Matilda (1853–1917), community worker and educationist
  2536. Q18576608 Palmer, Julia (fl. 1664–1673), poet
  2537. Q18576609 McDougall [née Long], Kate Florence [Kay] (1910–1999), psychiatric social worker
  2538. Q18576610 Warburton, Katharine Anne Egerton- [known as Mother Kate] (1840–1923), Anglican nun
  2539. Q18576611 Stephen, Katharine [pseud. Sarah Brook] (1856–1924), college head
  2540. Q18576612 Faye Getz, ‘Women medical practitioners in England (act. c.1200–c.1475)’, first published
  2541. Q18576613 Bathurst, Katherine (1862–1933), inspector of schools
  2542. Q18576614 Caroline M. Barron, ‘Women traders and artisans in London (act. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  2543. Q18576615 Gilchrist, Marion (1864–1952), physician
  2544. Q18576616 McLoughlin [nic Lochlainn; married name Norton], Katherine (fl. 1671–1679), Quaker preacher
  2545. Q18576619 Jones, Kathleen Letitia Lloyd (1898–1978), garden designer and nurserywoman
  2546. Q18576620 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  2547. Q18576622 Brett Usher, ‘Culverwell family (per. c.1545–c.1640)’, first published
  2548. Q18576623 Brok, Laurence del (c.1210–1274), lawyer and justice
  2549. Q18576625 Earnshaw, Lawrence (1707?–1767), mechanic and clockmaker
  2550. Q18576626 Shadwell, Sir Lancelot (1779–1850), judge
  2551. Q18576627 Anne Pimlott Baker, ‘Bentall family (per. 1904–1993)’, first published
  2552. Q18576628 Shelford, Leonard (1795–1864), legal writer
  2553. Q18576629 Smelt, Leonard (bap. 1725, d. 1800), military engineer and courtier
  2554. Q18576631 David, Jacob (c.1640–1689), merchant
  2555. Q18576632 Stein, Leopold Siegfried (1894–1969), psychiatrist and speech therapist
  2556. Q18576633 Sutton, Leslie Ernest (1906–1992), chemist
  2557. Q18576635 Cross, Letitia (bap. 1682?, d. 1737), singer and actress
  2558. Q18576636 Duval, Lewis (1774–1844), lawyer
  2559. Q18576637 Petit, Lewis [Lewis Petit des Etans] (1665?–1720), military engineer and army officer
  2560. Q18576639 McColvin, Lionel Roy (1896–1976), librarian
  2561. Q18576640 Power, Lionel (c.1375x80–1445), composer
  2562. Q18576641 Dennis Farr, ‘Agnew family (per. 1817–1986)’, first published
  2563. Q18576642 Bain [née Burn], Louisa (1803–1883), diarist
  2564. Q18576643 Baring [née Stewart-Mackenzie], Louisa Caroline, Lady Ashburton (1827–1903), art collector and philanthropist
  2565. Q18576644 Rothschild, Louisa de, Lady de Rothschild (1821–1910), philanthropist
  2566. Q18576647 White, Lucy Anna (1848–1923), folk-singer
  2567. Q18576648 Hope, Louisa Octavia Augusta (1814–1893), promoter of household science teaching
  2568. Q18576650 Bazalgette [née Seville], Louise (1845/6–1918), motorist
  2569. Q18576651 Jermy [née Withers], Louise Jane [Louisa] (1877–1952), domestic servant and autobiographer
  2570. Q18576652 Hardyman, Lucius Ferdinand (1771–1834), naval officer
  2571. Q18576653 Sutherland, Dame Lucy Stuart (1903–1980), historian and college head
  2572. Q18576655 Atkinson, Mabel (1876–1958), feminist and socialist
  2573. Q18576657 Clarkson, Mabel Maria (1875–1950), local politician
  2574. Q18576658 Day, Mabel Katharine (1875–1964), scholar of medieval English
  2575. Q18576659 Digby, Mabel Mary Josephine (1835–1911), Roman Catholic nun
  2576. Q18576660 Prichard, Harold Arthur (1871–1947), philosopher
  2577. Q18576663 Shaw, Mabel (1888–1973), missionary and educationist
  2578. Q18576664 Stobart, Mabel Annie St Clair [née Mabel Annie Boulton; other married name Mabel Annie Stobart Greenhalgh] (1862–1954), medical relief worker and writer
  2579. Q18576665 Tuke [née Lear], Mabel Kate (1871–1962), suffragette
  2580. Q18576666 Daniell [née Carter], Madeline Margaret (1832–1906), educationist
  2581. Q18576667 Macpherson, Malcolm (1833–1898), player and teacher of the highland bagpipe
  2582. Q18576668 Michael H. Fisher, ‘Indian visitors (act. c.1720–c.1810)’, first published
  2583. Q18576669 Rice, Marcia Alice (1868–1958), headmistress and historian
  2584. Q18576671 Bethune [née Peebles], Margaret (1820–1887), midwife
  2585. Q18576674 Clive [née Maskelyne], Margaret, Lady Clive of Plassey (1735–1817), society figure
  2586. Q18576675 Coffin, Sir William (b. in or before 1492, d. 1538), courtier
  2587. Q18576677 Costa [née Murphy], Margaret Mary (1917–1999), restaurateur and writer on cookery
  2588. Q18576678 Cranmer, Margaret (d. c.1575), wife of Archbishop Thomas Cranmer 1489–1556
  2589. Q18576681 Cuyler [married name Rice], Margaret (1758–1814), actress and courtesan
  2590. Q18576682 Davies, Margaret [Marged Dafydd] (c.1700–1785?), Welsh-language poet and copyist
  2591. Q18576683 Bohun, Margaret de [née Margaret of Gloucester] (c.1121–1196/7), heiress and monastic patron
  2592. Q18576684 Fishenden [née White], Margaret (1889–1977), industrial researcher
  2593. Q18576686 McKillop [née Seward], Margaret (1864–1929), scientist and university teacher
  2594. Q18576687 Nimmo, Margaret Jane (1850–1938), headmistress
  2595. Q18576691 Tanner [née Priestman], Margaret (1817–1905), social reformer
  2596. Q18576692 Verrall [née Merrifield], Margaret de Gaudrion (1857–1916), classicist and parapsychologist
  2597. Q18576693 Fleury, Maria de (fl. 1773–1791), religious controversialist and hymn writer
  2598. Q18576694 Giberne, Maria Rosina (1802–1885), artist and convert to Roman Catholicism
  2599. Q18576696 Ternan [married name Robinson], Ellen Lawless [Nelly] (1839–1914), actress
  2600. Q18576698 Cox [née Cunningham], Marie-Thérèse Henriette [Molly, Mollie] (1925–1991), television producer
  2601. Q18576699 Veitch [née Fairlie], Marion (1639–1722), diarist
  2602. Q18576700 Newbold [née Neilson], Marjory (1883–1926), socialist and communist
  2603. Q18576701 Ian Maxted, ‘Farley family (per. 1698–1775)’, first published
  2604. Q18576702 Alan R. Borthwick, ‘Haliburton family (per. c.1375–c.1500)’, first published
  2605. Q18576704 Merington, Martha Crawford (1830/31–1912), poor-law guardian
  2606. Q18576705 Petrie, Martin (1823–1892), army officer
  2607. Q18576706 Sutton, Martin John (1850–1913), scientific agriculturist
  2608. Q18576707 Benton, Mary Sophia (1855–1944), headmistress
  2609. Q18576708 Blathwayt, Mary (1879–1961), suffragette
  2610. Q18576711 Brabazon, Reginald, twelfth earl of Meath (1841–1929), politician and philanthropist
  2611. Q18576712 Broad, Mary Aylett (1860–1942), headmistress
  2612. Q18576713 Brook [née Brotherton], Mary (c.1726–1782), writer
  2613. Q18576714 Caesar, Charles (1673–1741), politician and Jacobite agent
  2614. Q18576715 Chamot, Mary (1899–1993), art historian and museum curator
  2615. Q18576716 Channing [née Brooks], Mary (1687–1706), murderer
  2616. Q18576719 Douglas, Mary Alice (1860–1941), headmistress
  2617. Q18576720 Fielding, Henry Borron (1805–1851), botanist
  2618. Q18576721 Flaxman, John (1755–1826), sculptor, decorative designer, and illustrator
  2619. Q18576723 Galway, Mary (1864/5–1928), trade unionist
  2620. Q18576724 Grimes, Mary Katharine (1861–1921), promoter of emigration
  2621. Q18576728 Kirby [married name Gregg], Mary (1817–1893), writer on natural history
  2622. Q18576729 Knight, Mary (bap. 1631, d. in or after 1698), singer
  2623. Q18576730 Lyttelton [née Clive], Mary Kathleen (1856–1907), women's activist
  2624. Q18576731 McGeachy [married name Schuller], Mary Agnes Craig (1901–1991), international civil servant
  2625. Q18576732 Milne, Mary Elizabeth Gordon (1891–1972), nurse
  2626. Q18576735 Peters [née Bowly], Mary (1813–1856), hymn writer
  2627. Q18576736 Sandbach [née Mathews], Mary Warburton (1901–1990), translator
  2628. Q18576737 Sharpe [married name Seyffarth], Louisa (bap. 1798, d. 1843), miniature and watercolour painter
  2629. Q18576741 ‘Ó hUiginn family (per. c.1300–c.1600)’, first published
  2630. Q18576743 Marryott, Matthew (bap. 1670, d. 1731/2), workhouse promoter and contractor
  2631. Q18576745 Sylvester, Matthew (1636/7–1708), ejected minister
  2632. Q18576748 Koops, Matthias (fl. 1789–1805), paper manufacturer
  2633. Q18576749 Prideaux, John (1578–1650), bishop of Worcester
  2634. Q18576750 Ostrer, Isidore (1889–1975), financier and film producer
  2635. Q18576751 Thomas, Meirion (1894–1977), plant physiologist
  2636. Q18576754 Macoun, Michael John (1914–1997), colonial police officer
  2637. Q18576756 Renniger, Michael (1528/9–1609), Church of England clergyman
  2638. Q18576757 Williams, Michael (1935–2009), geographer
  2639. Q18576758 Cowan, Minna Galbraith (1878–1951), social worker and educational administrator
  2640. Q18576759 Brearley, Molly Root (1905–1994), educationist
  2641. Q18576760 Harrison [née Hodgett], Molly (1909–2002), museum curator
  2642. Q18576761 Liter, Monia (1905–1988), pianist and composer
  2643. Q18576763 Jones, (Margaret) Monica Beale (1922–2001), university teacher and friend of Philip Larkin
  2644. Q18576764 Talbot, Montague (c.1774–1831), actor and theatre manager
  2645. Q18576765 Disney, Sir Moore (1765/6–1846), army officer
  2646. Q18576767 Chapman, David Leonard (1869–1958), physical chemist
  2647. Q18576769 Cornell [née Gunn], Muriel Amy (1906–1996), athlete
  2648. Q18576770 Jaeger, Muriel (1892–1969), novelist
  2649. Q18576771 MacSwiney, Terence James (1879–1920), politician and author
  2650. Q18576773 Richardson, Sir Ralph David (1902–1983), actor
  2651. Q18576774 Denton, Nathan (bap. 1635, d. 1720), clergyman and ejected minister
  2652. Q18576775 Dove, Nathaniel (1711–1754), writing master
  2653. Q18576777 Heywood, Nathaniel (bap. 1633, d. 1677), clergyman and ejected minister
  2654. Q18576779 Ronald M. Birse, ‘Worsdell family (per. c.1800–1910)’, first published
  2655. Q18576780 Dougall, Neil (1776–1862), poet and hymn writer
  2656. Q18576781 Douglas, Sir Neil (1779/80–1853), army officer
  2657. Q18576782 Wates, Neil Edward (1932–1985), builder and environmentalist
  2658. Q18576783 Boswell [married name Cattle], Nellie [Ellen Clara] (1858/9–1938), equestrian performer
  2659. Q18576785 Brett Usher, ‘Culverwell family (per. c.1545–c.1640)’, first published
  2660. Q18576786 Downton, Nicholas (bap. 1561, d. 1615), sea captain
  2661. Q18576788 Horsman, Nicholas (fl. 1654–1689), Church of England clergyman
  2662. Q18576789 Roscarrock, Nicholas (c.1548–1633/4), Catholic activist and hagiographer
  2663. Q18576790 R. W. Hoyle, ‘Tempest family (per. c.1500–1657)’, first published
  2664. Q18576791 Douglas, Niel [pseud. Britannicus] (1750–1823), poet and minister of the Relief church
  2665. Q18576793 Rambush, Niels Edward [formerly Niels Edvard Rambusch] (1889–1957), chemical engineer
  2666. Q18576794 Keith Dockray, ‘Plumpton family (per. c.1165–c.1550)’, first published
  2667. Q18576795 Tate, (Alexander) Norman (1837–1892), analytical chemist and teacher of science
  2668. Q18576796 Tetlow, Norman (1899–1982), mechanical engineer
  2669. Q18576797 Harry, Nun Morgan (1800–1842), Independent minister
  2670. Q18576798 Walsh, Octavia (bap. 1677, d. 1706), poet
  2671. Q18576799 Bamburgh, Odard of (fl. c.1115–c.1133), administrator
  2672. Q18576800 Henry Summerson, ‘Umfraville, de, family (per. c.1100–1245)’, first published
  2673. Q18576801 Fraser, Olive (1909–1977), poet
  2674. Q18576802 Paul, Sir Onesiphorus, first baronet (bap. 1706, d. 1774), clothier
  2675. Q18576806 Keenan, Sir Patrick Joseph (1826–1894), educationist and educational administrator
  2676. Q18576807 Lindsay, Patrick (bap. 1686, d. 1753), politician
  2677. Q18576808 Dewes, Garrat (b. in or before 1533, d. 1591), bookseller and publisher
  2678. Q18576810 Irving, Sir Paulus Aemilius, first baronet (1749–1828), army officer
  2679. Q18576811 David Crouch, ‘Turberville family (per. c.1125–c.1370)’, first published
  2680. Q18576813 Dod, Peirce (1683–1754), physician
  2681. Q18576814 Philips, Peregrine (1623–1691), clergyman and ejected minister
  2682. Q18576816 Dent, Peter (1628/9–1689), apothecary and naturalist
  2683. Q18576818 Lekeux, Peter (1648–1723), master weaver
  2684. Q18576819 Newby, Peter (1745–1827), Roman Catholic schoolmaster and author
  2685. Q18576820 Nobys, Peter (b. c.1480, d. in or after 1525), college head
  2686. Q18576821 Keith Dockray, ‘Plumpton family (per. c.1165–c.1550)’, first published
  2687. Q18576822 Price, Peter (1739–1821), ironmaster
  2688. Q18576823 Rae, Peter (c.1671–1748), printer and mechanic
  2689. Q18576826 Douglas, Philip (1758–1822), college head
  2690. Q18576828 Frere, Philip Howard (1813–1868), agriculturist
  2691. Q18576829 Hill, Philip Ernest (1873–1944), property developer and financier
  2692. Q18576830 Paul Dalton, ‘Kyme family (per. c.1080–c.1380)’, first published
  2693. Q18576831 Paul Dalton, ‘Kyme family (per. c.1080–c.1380)’, first published
  2694. Q18576833 Richardson, Philip John Sampey (1875–1963), journal editor and dance critic
  2695. Q18576834 Barron, (Mabel) Phyllis (1890–1964), designer and textile printer
  2696. Q18576835 Lombart, Pierre (1612/13–1682), engraver
  2697. Q18576836 Verbruggen, Jan (bap. 1712, d. 1781), gun-founder
  2698. Q18576837 Smith [née Reeve], Pleasance, Lady Smith (1773–1877), letter writer and literary editor
  2699. Q18576838 Anita McConnell, ‘Exotic visitors (act. c.1500–c.1855)’, first published
  2700. Q18576839 McLaren, Priscilla Bright (1815–1906), campaigner for women's rights
  2701. Q18576840 Buxton [married name Johnston], Priscilla (1808–1852), slavery abolitionist
  2702. Q18576841 Deacon, Pudentiana (1580/81?–1645), Benedictine nun and translator
  2703. Q18576842 Poole, Reginald Lane (1857–1939), historian
  2704. Q18576843 David Crouch, ‘Bloet family (per. c.1080–c.1300)’, first published
  2705. Q18576846 Fane, Sir Ralph (b. before 1510, d. 1552), conspirator
  2706. Q18576847 J. H. Bettey, ‘Horsey family (per. c.1500–c.1640)’, first published
  2707. Q18576850 Christine Carpenter, ‘Stonor family (per. c.1315–c.1500)’, first published
  2708. Q18576851 Holliday, Read (1809–1889), chemical manufacturer
  2709. Q18576852 Sieff, Rebecca Dora (1890–1966), feminist and Zionist
  2710. Q18576853 Wakefield [née Brewin], Rebecca (1844–1873), missionary wife
  2711. Q18576854 Custance, Sir Reginald Neville [pseud. Barfleur] (1847–1935), naval officer and author
  2712. Q18576855 Kathleen Thompson, ‘Dunstanville, de, family (per. c.1090–c.1292)’, first published
  2713. Q18576856 Barbara Laning Fitzpatrick, ‘Rivington family (per. c.1710–c.1960)’, first published
  2714. Q18576857 Tiddy, Reginald John Elliott (1880–1916), collector of folk plays
  2715. Q18576858 Moir, (James) Reid (1879–1944), archaeologist
  2716. Q18576870 David Crouch, ‘Turberville family (per. c.1125–c.1370)’, first published
  2717. Q18576871 Dowley, Richard (bap. 1622, d. 1702), Presbyterian minister
  2718. Q18576872 Hasleton, Richard (fl. 1577–1595), captain in the merchant marine
  2719. Q18576874 Hawes, Richard (1603/4–1668), clergyman and ejected minister
  2720. Q18576876 Humphries, Richard (c.1760–1827), prize-fighter
  2721. Q18576878 Linnecar, Richard (1722–1800), writer
  2722. Q18576879 Mabot [Mabott], Richard (c.1487–1539), cleric
  2723. Q18576880 Oliver, Richard (bap. 1735, d. 1784), politician
  2724. Q18576881 Pallady, Richard (b. 1515/16, d. in or before 1563), household official and member of parliament
  2725. Q18576888 Snedden, Sir Richard (1900–1970), shipping industry administrator
  2726. Q18576889 Talbot, Richard, second Lord Talbot (c.1306–1356), soldier and administrator
  2727. Q18576891 David Crouch, ‘Turberville family (per. c.1125–c.1370)’, first published
  2728. Q18576893 Edmund Newell, ‘Grenfell family (per. c.1785–1879)’, first published
  2729. Q18576894 Bate, Robert Brettell (1782–1847), maker of scientific instruments
  2730. Q18576895 Beart, Robert (1801–1873), brick and tile manufacturer
  2731. Q18576896 Bowyer, Robert (c.1560–1621), parliamentary official and politician
  2732. Q18576899 Cruikshank, Robert James (1898–1956), journalist
  2733. Q18576900 Kathleen Thompson, ‘Dunstanville, de, family (per. c.1090–c.1292)’, first published
  2734. Q18576902 Dewhurst, Robert (1576/7–1645), lawyer and benefactor
  2735. Q18576904 Dickson, Robert (1804–1875), physician
  2736. Q18576908 Dod [Dodd], Charles Roger Phipps (1793–1855), political journalist and author of reference works
  2737. Q18576910 Driver, Robert Collier (1816–1897), surveyor and auctioneer
  2738. Q18576911 A. J. Musson, ‘Dymoke family (per. c.1340–c.1580)’, first published
  2739. Q18576913 Hardwicke, Robert (1822–1875), publisher
  2740. Q18576914 Hawes, Robert (1664/5–1731), lawyer and topographer
  2741. Q18576915 Chris Evans, ‘Hawks family (per. c.1750–1863)’, first published
  2742. Q18576916 Heywood, Robert (1573/4–1646/7), poet
  2743. Q18576917 Heywood, Robert (1786–1868), cotton manufacturer
  2744. Q18576918 Horne, Robert (1564/5–1640), Church of England clergyman
  2745. Q18576920 Huntley, Robert [Bob] (1919–2001), police officer
  2746. Q18576921 Ingram, Robert (1727–1804), Church of England clergyman
  2747. Q18576923 Lemon, Robert (1779–1835), archivist
  2748. Q18576924 Lochore, Robert (1762–1852), poet
  2749. Q18576926 Henry Summerson, ‘Lowther family (per. c.1270–c.1450)’, first published
  2750. Q18576927 Mainwaring, Robert (bap. 1607, d. 1652), militia officer and local politician
  2751. Q18576930 Maybee, Robert (1810–1891), poet
  2752. Q18576931 Mead, Robert (1615/16–1653), poet and playwright
  2753. Q18576935 Peyton, Sir Robert (c.1633–1689), politician and conspirator
  2754. Q18576937 Keith Dockray, ‘Plumpton family (per. c.1165–c.1550)’, first published
  2755. Q18576938 Plumpton, Sir William (1404–1480), landowner and administrator
  2756. Q18576941 Seeley, Robert Benton (1798–1886), publisher and author
  2757. Q18576942 Shelford, Robert (c.1563–1638/9), Church of England clergyman and religious writer
  2758. Q18576945 Christine Carpenter, ‘Throgmorton family (per. 1409–1518)’, first published
  2759. Q18576946 Wearmouth, Robert Featherstone (1882–1963), Methodist minister and historian
  2760. Q18576948 Wittie [Witty], Robert (bap. 1613, d. 1684), physician
  2761. Q18576949 Sellar, Walter Carruthers (1898–1951), schoolmaster and humorous writer
  2762. Q18576951 Peter Fleming, ‘Warr , de la, family (per. c.1250–1427)’, first published
  2763. Q18576953 Dymoke [Dymock], Roger (fl. 1370–c.1400), prior of Boston and theologian
  2764. Q18576955 Wyggeston [Wigston], William (c.1467–1536), merchant and benefactor
  2765. Q18576956 Anne Pimlott Baker, ‘Bentall family (per. 1904–1993)’, first published
  2766. Q18576957 Mainwaring, Rowland (1783–1862), naval officer
  2767. Q18576958 Habershon, Roy (1925–1992), police officer
  2768. Q18576959 Lisle, Ambrose Lisle March Phillipps de (1809–1878), Roman Catholic layman and ecumenist
  2769. Q18576961 Plumptre, Henry (bap. 1680, d. 1746), physician
  2770. Q18576962 Speight, Sadie [married name Sadie Martin, Lady Martin] (1906–1992), architect and designer
  2771. Q18576963 Japhet, Saemy (1858–1954), merchant banker
  2772. Q18576964 Brett Usher, ‘Culverwell family (per. c.1545–c.1640)’, first published
  2773. Q18576965 Derham, Samuel (1652x5–1689), physician
  2774. Q18576966 Dickson, Samuel (1802–1869), physician
  2775. Q18576967 Dodd, Sir Samuel (1652–1716), judge
  2776. Q18576968 Drake, Samuel (bap. 1622, d. 1679), Church of England clergyman
  2777. Q18576969 Drake, Samuel (1687/8–1753), antiquary
  2778. Q18576970 Dunster, Samuel (1675–1754), Church of England clergyman and classical scholar
  2779. Q18576971 Elsdale, Robinson (bap. 1744, d. 1783), author and privateer
  2780. Q18576972 Ian Maxted, ‘Farley family (per. 1698–1775)’, first published
  2781. Q18576974 Grascome, Samuel (1641–1708), nonjuring Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist
  2782. Q18576976 Loveday, Samuel (1619?–1677), General Baptist preacher
  2783. Q18576977 Lynn, Samuel Ferris (1836–1876), sculptor
  2784. Q18576978 Manning, Samuel, the elder (1786–1842), sculptor
  2785. Q18576979 Mulcahy, Samuel [name in religion Columban] (1901–1971), abbot of Nunraw
  2786. Q18576980 Nevill, Samuel (bap. 1697, d. 1764), politician in America and journal editor
  2787. Q18576981 Oates, Samuel (bap. 1614, d. 1683), General Baptist preacher and Leveller
  2788. Q18576983 Sangster, Samuel (1804/5–1872), engraver
  2789. Q18576984 Sheppard, Samuel (c.1624–1655?), writer
  2790. Q18576985 Sidley, Samuel (1829–1896), portrait painter
  2791. Q18576986 Iain S. Black, ‘Stuckey family (per. c.1770–1845)’, first published
  2792. Q18576987 Chapone [Capon; née Kirkham], Sarah (1699–1764), author
  2793. Q18576988 Cheevers [née Shenel], Sarah (c.1608–1664?), Quaker missionary
  2794. Q18576989 Clayton, Sarah (1712–1779), property developer and industrialist
  2795. Q18576990 Cowper [née Holled], Sarah, Lady Cowper (1644–1720), diarist
  2796. Q18576991 Dickenson [née Welsh], Sarah (1868–1954), trade unionist and suffragist
  2797. Q18576992 Dixon, Sarah (1671/2–1765), poet
  2798. Q18576993 Fell [née Askew], Margaret (1614–1702), Quaker leader
  2799. Q18576994 Borthwick, Jane Laurie (1813–1897), hymn writer and translator
  2800. Q18576995 Florry, Sarah (1744–1832), businesswoman
  2801. Q18576996 Gibbons, Sarah (1634/5–1659), Quaker preacher in America
  2802. Q18576997 Hale, Sarah Jane (1851–1920), college head
  2803. Q18577000 Lane [née Borrow], Sarah (1822/3–1899), actress, playwright, and theatre manager
  2804. Q18577004 Reddish, Sarah (1850–1928), co-operative movement activist and suffragist
  2805. Q18577005 Hall, Sidney (1788/9?–1831), map maker and engraver
  2806. Q18577006 Barbara Laning Fitzpatrick, ‘Rivington family (per. c.1710–c.1960)’, first published
  2807. Q18577009 Heaney, Sheila Anne Elizabeth (1917–1991), army officer
  2808. Q18577010 Akbar [née Hasib], Shireen Nishat (1944–1997), educationist
  2809. Q18577011 NicDhòmhnaill [MacDonald], Sìleas [Sìleas nighean Mhic Raghnaill] (c.1660–c.1729), Scottish Gaelic poet
  2810. Q18577013 Paul Dalton, ‘Kyme family (per. c.1080–c.1380)’, first published
  2811. Q18577016 Beale, (Sarah) Sophia (1837–1920), writer on art and painter
  2812. Q18577017 Sturge, Sophia (1849–1936), peace campaigner
  2813. Q18577018 Sanger, Sophy (1881–1950), internationalist and labour-law reformer
  2814. Q18577020 Harvey, Stephen (1655–1707), lawyer and poet
  2815. Q18577021 Luke, Stephen (bap. 1763, d. 1829), physician
  2816. Q18577022 Monteage, Stephen (bap. 1623, d. 1687), writer on accounting
  2817. Q18577025 Rogers, Stephen Robert (1955–1988), magazine editor and arts promoter
  2818. Q18577027 Haschenperg, Stephen von (fl. 1535–1547), military engineer
  2819. Q18577028 Sunderland [née Sykes], Susan (1819–1905), singer
  2820. Q18577031 Rattray, Sylvester (fl. 1650–1666), medical writer
  2821. Q18577032 Rothschild, (Nathaniel Mayer) Victor, third Baron Rothschild (1910–1990), zoologist and public servant
  2822. Q18577033 Dowling, Thady (1543/4–1628), ecclesiastical administrator and antiquary
  2823. Q18577036 Downes, Theophilus (1657/8–1726), nonjuror and author
  2824. Q18577037 Kearney, Theresa [name in religion Mary Kevin] (1875–1957), medical missionary
  2825. Q18577039 Parker [née Robinson], Theresa (1745–1775), art patron
  2826. Q18577041 Dennis Farr, ‘Agnew family (per. 1817–1986)’, first published
  2827. Q18577043 Ashbourne, Thomas (fl. 1371–1397), prior of the Augustinian convent, London, and theologian
  2828. Q18577045 Bakewell, Thomas (1761–1835), mad-doctor and poet
  2829. Q18577047 S. J. Payling, ‘Chaworth family (per. c.1160–c.1521)’, first published
  2830. Q18577049 Collins, Thomas (1775–1806), actor
  2831. Q18577051 J. T. Cliffe, ‘Danby family (per. 1493–1667)’, first published
  2832. Q18577052 Mare, Thomas de la (c.1309–1396), abbot of St Albans
  2833. Q18577055 Dilkes, Sir Thomas (c.1667–1707), naval officer
  2834. Q18577056 Dillon [de León], Thomas (1613–1690), Jesuit and scholar
  2835. Q18577057 Dixon, Thomas (1679/80–1729), Presbyterian minister and college teacher
  2836. Q18577060 Downman, Sir Thomas (1776–1852), army officer
  2837. Q18577061 Doyle, Thomas (1793–1879), Roman Catholic priest
  2838. Q18577063 D'Oylie [Doyley, D'Oyly], Thomas (c.1548–1603), physician and lexicographer
  2839. Q18577064 Dykes, Thomas (1761–1847), Church of England clergyman
  2840. Q18577065 A. J. Musson, ‘Dymoke family (per. c.1340–c.1580)’, first published
  2841. Q18577068 Ferres, Thomas (1568/9–1631), master mariner and benefactor
  2842. Q18577069 Glass, Thomas (1709–1786), physician and medical writer
  2843. Q18577070 Goad, Thomas (c.1595–1666), jurist
  2844. Q18577071 Grose, Thomas Hodge (1845–1906), classicist and university administrator
  2845. Q18577073 Gruffydd, Thomas (1815–1887), harpist
  2846. Q18577076 Hardy, Sir Thomas (1666–1732), naval officer
  2847. Q18577078 Hawkins, Sir Thomas (bap. 1575, d. 1640?), poet and translator
  2848. Q18577079 Hetley [Hedley], Sir Thomas (c.1570–1637), serjeant-at-law
  2849. Q18577080 Hoyle, Thomas (bap. 1587, d. 1650), politician
  2850. Q18577081 Michael S. Moss, ‘Jolly family (per. c.1820–1965)’, first published
  2851. Q18577082 Knowles, Thomas (1723–1802), religious writer
  2852. Q18577083 Lister, Thomas (1810–1888), poet and naturalist
  2853. Q18577085 Love, Thomas George (1792/3–1845), journalist in Argentina
  2854. Q18577086 Lower, Thomas (bap. 1633, d. 1720), Quaker activist and physician
  2855. Q18577088 English religious controversialist and barber (born 1648/9, died in or after 1713)
  2856. Q18577092 Mudie, Thomas Molleson (1809–1876), composer
  2857. Q18577094 Nevin, Thomas (1686–1745), non-subscribing Presbyterian minister
  2858. Q18577095 Newmarket, Thomas (fl. 1371–1384), mathematician
  2859. Q18577097 Payne, Thomas (1752–1831), bookseller
  2860. Q18577099 Rawlinson, Sir Thomas (bap. 1647, d. 1708), local politician
  2861. Q18577103 Reade [Read], Thomas (1606/7–1669), royalist army officer and civil lawyer
  2862. Q18577105 Settle, Thomas (1555–1622), Church of England clergyman and separatist
  2863. Q18577107 Somerville, Thomas (1741–1830), Church of Scotland minister and historian
  2864. Q18577108 Soulemont, Thomas (b. in or before 1500, d. 1541), administrator
  2865. Q18577109 Spark, Thomas (bap. 1655, d. 1692), Church of England clergyman and classical scholar
  2866. Q18577113 R. W. Hoyle, ‘Tempest family (per. c.1500–1657)’, first published
  2867. Q18577114 Christine Carpenter, ‘Throgmorton family (per. 1409–1518)’, first published
  2868. Q18577117 Wisdom [née Gleed], Elsie Mary [Bill] (1904–1972), racing driver
  2869. Q18577118 Pendarves, John (1622/3–1656), Particular Baptist minister
  2870. Q18577121 Williams, Tom Lawrence [Laurie] (1890–1964), motor engineer and entrepreneur
  2871. Q18577122 Tomas ab Ieuan ap Rhys (c.1510–c.1560), poet
  2872. Q18577123 Barr [née Moyles], (Sarah) Venie (1875–1947), political activist and philanthropist
  2873. Q18577124 Holme, Vera Louise (1881–1969), actress and suffragette
  2874. Q18577125 Campbell, Lady Victoria (1854–1910), philanthropist
  2875. Q18577127 Butler, (Christina) Violet (1884–1982), social work trainer
  2876. Q18577128 Kathleen Thompson, ‘Dunstanville, de, family (per. c.1090–c.1292)’, first published
  2877. Q18577132 Ripa, Walter de (fl. 1218–1227), goldsmith and maker of seals
  2878. Q18577135 Hawkesworth, Walter (c.1573–1606), playwright
  2879. Q18577136 Lines, Walter (1882–1972), toy manufacturer
  2880. Q18577137 Lynn, Walter (1677/8–1763), physician and inventor of a fire engine
  2881. Q18577139 Welsh soldier and map maker (born c.1550, died in or after 1604)
  2882. Q18577141 Ross, Walter (1738–1789), lawyer
  2883. Q18577142 Wiltshire, Walter (1718/19–1799), carrier
  2884. Q18577143 Hassel, Werner (fl. 1674–1710), portrait painter
  2885. Q18577144 Sheldon, Sir Wilfrid Percy Henry (1901–1983), paediatrician
  2886. Q18577145 Philip K. Law, ‘Dent family (per. c.1820–1927)’, first published
  2887. Q18577149 David Crouch, ‘Bloet family (per. c.1080–c.1300)’, first published
  2888. Q18577151 Brereton, William (1750/51–1787), actor
  2889. Q18577153 Creagh, William (1828–1901), army officer in the East India Company
  2890. Q18577154 Cullen, William (1867–1948), chemist and metallurgist
  2891. Q18577155 S. J. Payling, ‘Chaworth family (per. c.1160–c.1521)’, first published
  2892. Q18577156 Ryck, William de (1635–1697x9), history painter
  2893. Q18577157 Dennie, William Henry (1789–1842), army officer
  2894. Q18577159 Denny, William (1709–1765), army officer and colonial governor
  2895. Q18577160 Denny, Peter (1821–1895), shipbuilder and shipowner
  2896. Q18577161 Denton, William (bap. 1605, d. 1691), physician
  2897. Q18577162 Denton, William (1815–1888), Church of England clergyman
  2898. Q18577163 Derham, William (1702–1757), college head
  2899. Q18577166 Dickinson, William (bap. 1756, d. 1822), antiquary and political manager
  2900. Q18577169 Dobson, William (bap. 1820, d. 1884), journalist and antiquary
  2901. Q18577173 Dower, William (1837–1919), missionary
  2902. Q18577175 Drage, William (bap. 1636, d. 1668), physician and apothecary
  2903. Q18577176 Drake, William (bap. 1723, d. 1801), antiquary and philologist
  2904. Q18577178 Durham, William (1610/11–1684), Church of England clergyman
  2905. Q18577180 Dyer, William (1632/3–1696), clergyman and ejected minister
  2906. Q18577181 Dyott, William (1761–1847), army officer
  2907. Q18577183 Holloway, Sir Charles (1749–1827), army officer
  2908. Q18577184 V. Remington, ‘Essex family (per. c.1800–c.1860)’, first published
  2909. Q18577186 Judy Slinn, ‘Freshfield family (per. 1800–1918)’, first published
  2910. Q18577189 Gilliatt, Sir William (1884–1956), obstetrician
  2911. Q18577191 Guthrie, William (1835–1908), legal writer
  2912. Q18577193 Hanbury, William (1725–1778), Church of England clergyman and horticulturist
  2913. Q18577194 Hannan, William (1725–1772), painter
  2914. Q18577195 Harrod, William (bap. 1753, d. 1819), topographer and printer
  2915. Q18577196 Chris Evans, ‘Hawks family (per. c.1750–1863)’, first published
  2916. Q18577200 Hull, William Winstanley (1794–1873), liturgical writer and hymnologist
  2917. Q18577201 Jessop, William (bap. 1603, d. 1675), government official and politician
  2918. Q18577203 Kip, William (fl. c.1585–1618), engraver
  2919. Q18577204 Paul Dalton, ‘Kyme family (per. c.1080–c.1380)’, first published
  2920. Q18577207 Lawrie, William (fl. 1645–1699), estate steward
  2921. Q18577209 Leftwich, William (1770–1843), confectioner and ice merchant
  2922. Q18577210 Linton, Sir William (1801–1880), military physician
  2923. Q18577212 Massy, William Godfrey Dunham (1838–1906), army officer
  2924. Q18577214 Mawhood, William (1724–1797), woollen draper and diarist
  2925. Q18577215 Mucklow, William (bap. 1630?, d. 1713), religious writer
  2926. Q18577216 Mudge, William (1796–1837), naval officer
  2927. Q18577219 Norcott, William (1770?–c.1820), satirist
  2928. Q18577220 Paul Dalton, ‘Kyme family (per. c.1080–c.1380)’, first published
  2929. Q18577221 Jan Broadway, ‘Peyto family (per. 1487–1658)’, first published
  2930. Q18577222 Keith Dockray, ‘Plumpton family (per. c.1165–c.1550)’, first published
  2931. Q18577229 Riviere, William (1806–1876), drawing-master
  2932. Q18577230 Barbara Laning Fitzpatrick, ‘Rivington family (per. c.1710–c.1960)’, first published
  2933. Q18577232 Sainsbury, William Noel (1825–1895), historian
  2934. Q18577233 Sermon, William (bap. 1629, d. 1680), physician and inventor of medicines
  2935. Q18577235 Stawell, William Arthur Macdonald (1895–1987), army officer and intelligence officer
  2936. Q18577236 Steggall, Charles (1826–1905), organist and composer
  2937. Q18577237 Christine Carpenter, ‘Stonor family (per. c.1315–c.1500)’, first published
  2938. Q18577238 Tattersall, William de Chair (bap. 1751, d. 1829), Church of England clergyman and musician
  2939. Q18577239 Taunton, Sir William Elias (1773–1835), judge
  2940. Q18577240 Tillotson, William Frederic (1844–1889), newspaper proprietor and publisher
  2941. Q18577241 Warford, William (c.1560–1608), Jesuit
  2942. Q18577242 Wickham, William Arthur (1849–1929), photographer and Church of England clergyman
  2943. Q18577243 Michael Bevan, ‘Williamson family (per. c.1855–c.1934)’, first published
  2944. Q18577248 Eric Acheson, ‘Zouche family (per. c.1254–1415)’, first published
  2945. Q18577252 Rathborne, Wilson (1748–1831), naval officer
  2946. Q18577253 Wigmore, Winefrid (1585–1657), Roman Catholic religious sister and schoolmistress
  2947. Q18577255 Austin, (Ethel) Winifred (1873–1918), pioneer of library services for blind people
  2948. Q18577256 Fraser [née Day; married name Foss], Winifred (1868–1951), actress
  2949. Q18577257 Moberly, Winifred Horsbrugh (1875–1928), college head
  2950. Q18577258 Ronald M. Birse, ‘Worsdell family (per. c.1800–1910)’, first published
  2951. Q18590757 US-amerikanischer Philologe und Botaniker (1878–1961)
  2952. Q18590757 American philologist and botanist (1878–1961)
  2953. Q18590757 amerikaanschen Philologen un Botaniker (1878–1961)
  2954. Q18590757 amerikanischer Philolooch und Bodanikä (1878–1961)
  2955. Q18592912 David Hey, ‘Walker family (per. 1741–1833)’, first published
  2956. Q18592913 Jackson, Abraham (1588/9–1646?), Church of England clergyman
  2957. Q18592915 Blair, Alexander (1789–1859), banker
  2958. Q18592916 Fraser, Sir Alexander, of Philorth (1537?–1623), founder of Fraserburgh
  2959. Q18592917 Jack, Alexander (1805–1857), army officer in the East India Company
  2960. Q18592918 Margulies, Alexander (1902–1991), businessman and patron of the arts
  2961. Q18592919 Radcliffe, Alexander (b. c.1653, d. in or before 1696), poet
  2962. Q18592920 C. A. McGladdery, ‘Seton family (per. c.1300–c.1510)’, first published
  2963. Q18592925 Seton, Alexander (fl. 1626–1649), army officer in the Danish and Norwegian services
  2964. Q18592926 Seton, Alexander (1814–1852), army officer
  2965. Q18592927 Knight, Alfred Edward (1898–1974), piano manufacturer
  2966. Q18592928 Phillipp R. Schofield, ‘Spring family (per. c.1400–c.1550)’, first published
  2967. Q18592929 Foulis, Robert (1707–1776), printer and bookseller
  2968. Q18592931 Gerard J. Brault, ‘Helion family (per. c.1120–c.1450)’, first published
  2969. Q18592932 Marvell, Andrew (c.1584–1641), Church of England clergyman
  2970. Q18592934 McKenzie, Andrew [pseud. Gaelus] (1780–1839), poet
  2971. Q18592936 Forbes [née St Clair-Erskine], Lady Angela Selina Bianca (1876–1950), wartime catering organizer
  2972. Q18592937 Cook, Ann (fl. c.1725–c.1760), writer on cookery
  2973. Q18592938 Forbes, Ann (1745–1834), portrait painter
  2974. Q18592939 Rayner, Samuel (1806–1879), watercolour painter and lithographer
  2975. Q18592940 Elliott, (Thomas) Anthony Keith (1921–1976), diplomatist
  2976. Q18592941 Gavin, Antonio (fl. 1716–1726), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist
  2977. Q18592942 Forbes, Sir Archibald Finlayson (1903–1989), industrialist and banker
  2978. Q18592944 Hall, Archibald (1736/7–1778), minister of the Secession church
  2979. Q18592945 France, Sir Arnold William (1911–1998), civil servant
  2980. Q18592946 Gardiner, Arthur (b. in or before 1715, d. 1758), naval officer
  2981. Q18592948 Leahy, Arthur (1830–1878), army officer
  2982. Q18592949 Rowe, Arthur Walton (1859–1926), doctor and geologist
  2983. Q18592950 Sellon, Baker John (1762–1835), serjeant-at-law
  2984. Q18592951 Roberts, Barré Charles (1789–1810), antiquary
  2985. Q18592953 Jackson, Basil (1795–1889), military surveyor
  2986. Q18592954 Garter, Bernard (fl. 1565–1579), poet
  2987. Q18592955 Anne Bulley, ‘Wadia family (per. c.1730–1893)’, first published
  2988. Q18592958 Hill [née Sutton], Bridget Irene (1922–2002), historian and feminist
  2989. Q18592959 Dodd, Catherine Isabella (1860–1932), educationist and author
  2990. Q18592960 Fortnum, Charles Drury Edward (1820–1899), art collector and art historian
  2991. Q18592962 Fox, Charles (1740?–1809), poet and orientalist
  2992. Q18592963 Gataker [formerly Gatacre], Thomas (1574–1654), Church of England clergyman and scholar
  2993. Q18592965 Jenner, Charles (bap. 1736, d. 1774), writer and poet
  2994. Q18592966 R. Protheroe Jones, ‘Nevill family (per. c.1793–1973)’, first published
  2995. Q18592968 Babington, Anthony (1561–1586), conspirator
  2996. Q18592970 Green [née Symonds], Charlotte Byron (1842–1929), promoter of women's education
  2997. Q18592972 Cheney, Christopher Robert (1906–1987), historian
  2998. Q18592973 Trant, Nicholas (1769–1839), army officer
  2999. Q18592974 Taylor, George Crosland (1858–1923), bus company operator
  3000. Q18592979 O'Donoghue, Daniel [called the O'Donoghue of the Glens] (1833–1889), politician
  3001. Q18592981 Price, Daniel (1581–1631), dean of Hereford
  3002. Q18592983 Anderson, David (1751–1825), East India Company servant
  3003. Q18592984 Turner, Dawson (1775–1858), banker, botanist, and antiquary
  3004. Q18592986 Ailsa Tanner, ‘Glasgow Girls (act. 1880–1920)’, first published
  3005. Q18592990 Davies, Duncan Sheppey (1921–1987), chemist and industrialist
  3006. Q18592992 Hotham, Durant (1616/17–1691), biographer
  3007. Q18592993 Hollings, Edmund (c.1556–1612), physician
  3008. Q18592994 Anthony Burton, ‘Dalziel family (per. 1840–1905)’, first published
  3009. Q18592995 Finch, Edward (1756–1843), army officer and politician
  3010. Q18592998 Ford, Edward (fl. 1638–1660), ballad and verse writer
  3011. Q18593000 Ives, Edward (1719–1786), naval surgeon and traveller
  3012. Q18593008 Lewins, Edward John (1756–1828), Irish nationalist
  3013. Q18593009 Light, Edward (1746/7–1832), inventor of musical instruments and composer
  3014. Q18593011 Michell, Edward Thomas (1786–1841), army officer
  3015. Q18593012 Moore, Sir Edward (c.1530–1602), administrator
  3016. Q18593014 Nairne, Edward (1726–1806), instrument maker and natural philosopher
  3017. Q18593016 Sherburne, Sir Edward (bap. 1616, d. 1702), translator and poet
  3018. Q18593018 Stanley, Edward (bap. 1792, d. 1862), surgeon
  3019. Q18593020 Tagart, Edward (1804–1858), Unitarian minister
  3020. Q18593025 Collins, Cecil James Henry (1908–1989), painter
  3021. Q18593026 Knight, Elizabeth (1869–1933), doctor and campaigner for women's suffrage
  3022. Q18593028 Michael Hicks, ‘Willoughby family (per. c.1300–1523)’, first published
  3023. Q18593030 Todd, Elliott D'Arcy (1808–1845), army officer in the East India Company
  3024. Q18593032 Lewis, Erasmus (1670–1754), government official
  3025. Q18593033 Forbes, Eric Gray (1933–1984), historian of astronomy
  3026. Q18593035 Lewis, Evan (1828–1869), Congregational minister
  3027. Q18593039 Garden, Francis, Lord Gardenstone (1721–1793), judge
  3028. Q18593040 Garden, Francis (1810–1884), Church of England clergyman and theologian
  3029. Q18593042 Liardet, Francis (1798–1863), naval officer
  3030. Q18593044 Haydon, Frank Scott (1822–1887), record scholar
  3031. Q18593045 D'Aeth, Frederic George (1875–1940), social administrator and lecturer in social work
  3032. Q18593047 Keeling, Frederic Hillersdon [Ben] (1886–1916), social reformer
  3033. Q18593051 Halkett, Frederick Godar (1727/8–1803), army officer
  3034. Q18593053 Haydon, Benjamin Robert (1786–1846), history painter and diarist
  3035. Q18593056 Whinney, Frederick (1829–1916), accountant
  3036. Q18593058 Knight, Bert Cyril James Gabriel (1904–1981), microbiologist
  3037. Q18593059 Frederick Suppe, ‘Fitzwarine family (per. c.1145–1315)’, first published
  3038. Q18593065 Christine Carpenter, ‘Catesby family (per. c.1340–1505)’, first published
  3039. Q18593067 Taylor, George Crosland (1858–1923), bus company operator
  3040. Q18593069 Fenner, George (c.1540–1618), merchant and privateer
  3041. Q18593074 Flowers, George French (1811–1872), composer and musical theorist
  3042. Q18593076 Fox, George (bap. 1801, d. 1871), topographer
  3043. Q18593078 Livingstone, George, fourth earl of Linlithgow (c.1652–1695), army officer
  3044. Q18593079 Lyall, George (1778/9–1853), shipowner and merchant
  3045. Q18593080 Tobin, George (1768–1838), naval officer and artist
  3046. Q18593082 Tollet, George (bap. 1725, d. 1779), literary critic
  3047. Q18593088 Portinari, Sir Giovanni (b. c.1502, d. in or after 1572), military engineer
  3048. Q18593089 Pott, Gladys Sydney (1867–1961), anti-suffragist and civil servant
  3049. Q18593091 Lewis, Griffith George (1784–1859), army officer
  3050. Q18593095 Lally, Gwen [real name Gwendolin Rosalie Lally Tollandal Speck] (1882–1963), pageant master and theatre producer
  3051. Q18593096 Schmoller, Hans Peter (1916–1985), typographer
  3052. Q18593097 Kennedy, Harry Angus Alexander (1866–1934), biblical scholar
  3053. Q18593102 Fynn, Henry Francis (1803–1861), mariner and settler in Natal
  3054. Q18593104 Gandy, Henry (bap. 1649, d. 1734), bishop of the nonjuring Church of England
  3055. Q18593108 Hall, Henry (c.1656–1707), musician and poet
  3056. Q18593110 Houghton, Henry Hall- (1823–1889), Church of England clergyman
  3057. Q18593114 Halliwell, Henry (1765–1835), classical scholar
  3058. Q18593116 Joy, Henry (1719/20–1789), newspaper proprietor and benefactor
  3059. Q18593117 Lilly, Henry (1588/9–1638), herald painter
  3060. Q18593119 Lucas, Henry (c.1740–1802), writer and lawyer
  3061. Q18593120 Susanna Wade Martins, ‘Overman family (per. c.1800–1933)’, first published
  3062. Q18593123 Pritchard, Andrew (1804–1882), microscopist
  3063. Q18593124 English author (fl. 1585–1617)
  3064. Q18593128 Southgate, Henry (1818–1888), anthologist and auctioneer
  3065. Q18593131 Tilson, Henry (1659–1695), portrait painter
  3066. Q18593134 Minton, Herbert (1793–1858), pottery manufacturer
  3067. Q18593136 Boreham, Hervey of (b. before 1228?, d. 1277), administrator and justice
  3068. Q18593137 Ley, Hugh (1790–1837), physician
  3069. Q18593139 C. A. McGladdery, ‘Abernethy family (per. c.1260–c.1465)’, first published
  3070. Q18593142 Todd, Hugh (c.1657–1728), Church of England clergyman and antiquary
  3071. Q18593145 Acworth, Sir Jacob (c.1668–1749), shipbuilder
  3072. Q18593149 Fenn, James (c.1540–1584), Roman Catholic priest and martyr
  3073. Q18593150 Forester, James (c.1560–1622?), separatist apostate and Church of England clergyman
  3074. Q18593152 Fraser, James, of Brae (1639–1699), Church of Scotland minister
  3075. Q18593154 Garden, George (1649–1733), Scottish Episcopal clergyman and religious controversialist
  3076. Q18593155 Gatliff, James (1765–1831), army officer and Church of England clergyman
  3077. Q18593156 Geddes, James (1710–1749), author
  3078. Q18593157 Geldart, James William (1785–1876), jurist
  3079. Q18593159 Gerard, James Gilbert (1793–1835), East India Company military surgeon and surveyor
  3080. Q18593160 Harrington, James (1664–1693), lawyer
  3081. Q18593163 Heywood, James (bap. 1687, d. 1776), writer and poet
  3082. Q18593166 Irving, James (1759–1791), naval surgeon and slave trader
  3083. Q18593171 Laurence Ince, ‘Knight family (per. c.1680–1897)’, first published
  3084. Q18593172 Knight, Samuel (1759–1827), Church of England clergyman
  3085. Q18593175 Newsome, James (1824–1912), equestrian performer and circus proprietor
  3086. Q18593179 Thorne, James (1795–1872), Methodist Bible Christian preacher
  3087. Q18593181 Thorne, James (1815–1881), topographical writer and antiquary
  3088. Q18593182 Myddelton [née Needham], Jane (bap. 1646, d. 1692x1703), beauty
  3089. Q18593185 Ives, Jeremiah (fl. 1646–1674), Leveller
  3090. Q18593187 Shakerley, Jeremy [Jeremiah] (1626–1653?), astronomer
  3091. Q18593189 Caroline M. Barron, ‘Women traders and artisans in London (act. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  3092. Q18593195 Buchanan, Sir John Scoular (1883–1966), aeronautical engineer
  3093. Q18593197 Christine Carpenter, ‘Catesby family (per. c.1340–1505)’, first published
  3094. Q18593201 Common, John (1778–1868), agricultural engineer
  3095. Q18593203 Anthony Verduyn, ‘Darcy family (per. c.1284–1488)’, first published
  3096. Q18593211 Festing, Michael Christian (1705–1752), violinist and composer
  3097. Q18593212 Fitzgerald, Sir John fitz Edmund (1528–1612), landowner
  3098. Q18593213 Fitzgerald, Sir John (c.1540–1582), rebel and landowner
  3099. Q18593218 Fletcher, John (1792–1836), physician and lecturer
  3100. Q18593220 Francis, John (1811–1882), publisher
  3101. Q18593225 English painter (fl. c.1660–c.1732)
  3102. Q18593227 Fry, John (1792–1822), bookseller and author
  3103. Q18593228 Fryer [Frere], John (b. c.1526, d. in or after 1571), physician and poet
  3104. Q18593234 Gamble, John (1761/2–1811), Church of England clergyman and writer on telegraphy
  3105. Q18593235 Gawdy, Sir John, second baronet (1639–1709), painter
  3106. Q18593237 Geden, John Dury (1822–1886), Wesleyan Methodist minister
  3107. Q18593238 Gedy, John (fl. 1370–1401?), abbot of Arbroath
  3108. Q18593241 Gee, John (1595/6–1639), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist
  3109. Q18593243 Griffin, John Joseph (1802–1877), chemist, author, and business manager
  3110. Q18593245 Gerard J. Brault, ‘Helion family (per. c.1120–c.1450)’, first published
  3111. Q18593247 Huniades, Johannes [formerly János Bánfi-Hunyadi] (1576–1646), chemist and alchemist
  3112. Q18593248 Jefferay, Sir John (c.1523–1578), judge
  3113. Q18593249 Kennaway, Sir John, first baronet (1758–1836), army officer in the East India Company and diplomatist
  3114. Q18593255 Leycester, John (b. 1598/9, d. in or after 1648), writer
  3115. Q18593266 Rosemary Mitchell, ‘Nunn family (per. c.1815–1847)’, first published
  3116. Q18593268 Susanna Wade Martins, ‘Overman family (per. c.1800–1933)’, first published
  3117. Q18593274 Ranby, John (1703–1773), surgeon
  3118. Q18593276 Scafe, John (1776–1843), poet and writer on geology
  3119. Q18593277 Shute, John (fl. 1557–1598), translator and soldier
  3120. Q18593280 Sinnich, John (1603–1666), theologian
  3121. Q18593282 Smethurst, John (1793–1859), Unitarian minister
  3122. Q18593290 Tilsley, John (c.1614–1684), clergyman and ejected minister
  3123. Q18593292 Tisdale, John (b. 1530/31, d. in or after 1563), printer
  3124. Q18593295 Tomkins, John (c.1663–1706), Quaker preacher and biographer
  3125. Q18593297 Tucke, John (b. c.1482, d. in or after 1540), schoolmaster and musician
  3126. Q18593301 Wentworth, John (1672–1730), merchant and politician in America
  3127. Q18593302 Wolfe, John Lewis (1798–1881), architect
  3128. Q18593303 Fletcher, Joseph (1582/3–1637), poet
  3129. Q18593305 Fletcher, Joseph (1784–1843), Congregational minister and theological writer
  3130. Q18593308 Fletcher, Joseph (1813–1852), statistician and school inspector
  3131. Q18593318 Letherland, Joseph (1699–1764), physician
  3132. Q18593319 Truman, Joseph (bap. 1631, d. 1671), clergyman and ejected minister, and religious writer
  3133. Q18593321 Nunn, Joshua Arthur (1853–1908), army veterinary surgeon
  3134. Q18593324 C. A. McGladdery, ‘Abernethy family (per. c.1260–c.1465)’, first published
  3135. Q18593326 Lichfield, Leonard (bap. 1604, d. 1657), printer
  3136. Q18593334 Solomon, Lewis (1848–1928), architect
  3137. Q18593336 Berk [née Heymansohn], Lieselotte [Lotte] (1913–2003), dancer and fitness trainer
  3138. Q18593341 Anne Bulley, ‘Wadia family (per. c.1730–1893)’, first published
  3139. Q18593345 Mehemet von Königstreu, (Georg) Ludwig Maximilian (c.1660–1726), royal administrator
  3140. Q18593347 Sullivan, Luke (c.1725–1771), engraver and miniature painter
  3141. Q18593349 Anne Bulley, ‘Wadia family (per. c.1730–1893)’, first published
  3142. Q18593350 Graves, Margaret Ethel [Peggy; pseud. Jane Gordon] (1901–1962), journalist
  3143. Q18593352 Phillipp R. Schofield, ‘Spring family (per. c.1400–c.1550)’, first published
  3144. Q18593356 Fenwick, Sir John, third baronet (c.1644–1697), army officer and Jacobite conspirator
  3145. Q18593358 Rolls [née Hillary], Mary (1781/2–1835), poet
  3146. Q18593360 Browne, Maurice (1555/6–1583), adventurer and courtier
  3147. Q18593364 Patrick, Millar (1868–1951), hymnologist and liturgist
  3148. Q18593366 Richmond, Nathaniel (1723/4–1784), landscape gardener and surveyor
  3149. Q18593369 Tomkins, Thomas (1572–1656), composer
  3150. Q18593371 Lanier, Nicholas (bap. 1588, d. 1666), musician and art dealer
  3151. Q18593375 Hingley, Noah (1796–1877), ironmaster and manufacturer of chain cables
  3152. Q18593376 Paul Dalton, ‘Darcy family (per. 1086–1333)’, first published
  3153. Q18593381 Gee, John (1595/6–1639), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist
  3154. Q18593383 Morshead, Sir Owen Frederick (1893–1977), librarian
  3155. Q18593384 Berry, (James) Gomer, first Viscount Kemsley (1883–1968), newspaper proprietor
  3156. Q18593386 Gerard, Patrick (1794–1848), geographer
  3157. Q18593394 Moon, Sir (Edward) Penderel (1905–1987), administrator in India and writer
  3158. Q18593396 Chester, Peter (1717/18–1799), army officer and colonial governor
  3159. Q18593398 Foster, Peter Le Neve (1809–1879), barrister and secretary of the Society of Arts
  3160. Q18593399 Taylor, Peter (bap. 1756, d. 1788), decorative artist and painter
  3161. Q18593401 Wentworth, Sir Peter (1592–1675), politician
  3162. Q18593404 Paul Dalton, ‘Darcy family (per. 1086–1333)’, first published
  3163. Q18593408 Tisdal, Philip (bap. 1703, d. 1777), lawyer and politician
  3164. Q18593409 Fletcher, Ralph (bap. 1757, d. 1832), coal owner and magistrate
  3165. Q18593411 Lever, Ralph (c.1530–1585), Church of England clergyman
  3166. Q18593414 Brown, Sir Raymond Frederick (1920–1991), industrialist
  3167. Q18593422 Gardiner, Richard (1723–1781), writer and army officer
  3168. Q18593423 Gardnor, John (1728/9–1808), painter and Church of England clergyman
  3169. Q18593424 Gascoigne, Richard (bap. 1579, d. 1661x4), antiquary
  3170. Q18593427 Hayter, Richard (1611/12–1684), theological writer
  3171. Q18593429 Linche, Richard (fl. 1596–1601), poet and translator
  3172. Q18593430 Nicholson, Richard (bap. 1563, d. 1638/9), organist and composer
  3173. Q18593431 Pike, Richard (1834–1893), master mariner
  3174. Q18593432 Townsend, Richard (1821–1884), mathematician
  3175. Q18593434 Paul Dalton, ‘Darcy family (per. 1086–1333)’, first published
  3176. Q18593435 Fairbairn, Sir Robert Duncan (1910–1988), banker
  3177. Q18593438 Fraser, Robert (1798–1839), poet
  3178. Q18593439 Fraser, Robert William (1810–1876), Church of Scotland minister and writer
  3179. Q18593441 Gell, Robert (1595–1665), Church of England clergyman
  3180. Q18593442 Gentleman, Robert (1745–1795), Presbyterian minister
  3181. Q18593445 Greystones [Graystanes], Robert (b. before 1290, d. 1334), Benedictine monk and supposed chronicler
  3182. Q18593449 Gerard J. Brault, ‘Helion family (per. c.1120–c.1450)’, first published
  3183. Q18593450 Levinz, Robert (1614/15–1650), royalist agent
  3184. Q18593452 Lindley, Robert (1776–1855), cellist
  3185. Q18593454 Susanna Wade Martins, ‘Overman family (per. c.1800–1933)’, first published
  3186. Q18593457 Sansum, Robert (c.1626–1665), naval officer
  3187. Q18593460 Jackson, Robert Edmund Scoresby- (bap. 1833, d. 1867), physician and geographer
  3188. Q18593463 Thomson, George (bap. 1607, d. 1691), merchant and politician
  3189. Q18593465 Traill, Robert (1720–1775), Church of Scotland minister and university teacher
  3190. Q18593466 Haydock, Roger (1643–1696), Quaker preacher
  3191. Q18593467 Bird, Ruth (1899–1987), historian and schoolteacher
  3192. Q18593468 Cowan, Samuel Tertius (1905–1976), bacteriologist
  3193. Q18593470 Hayman, Samuel (1818–1886), Church of Ireland clergyman and writer
  3194. Q18593472 Jeake, Samuel (1652–1699), merchant and astrologer
  3195. Q18593475 Jefferson, Samuel (1808–1846), topographer
  3196. Q18593478 Mawe, John (1766–1829), mineralogist and dealer in minerals
  3197. Q18593480 Hadland, Selina (1838–1919), headmistress
  3198. Q18593481 Forster, William (1739–1808), musical instrument maker and publisher
  3199. Q18593487 Gedge, Sydney (1802–1883), Church of England clergyman
  3200. Q18593490 Fox, Sir Theodore Fortescue (1899–1989), medical editor
  3201. Q18593492 Kelynack, Theophilus Nicholas [Theo] (1866–1944), physician
  3202. Q18593493 Paul Dalton, ‘Darcy family (per. 1086–1333)’, first published
  3203. Q18593499 Forde, Thomas (fl. 1647–1661), writer and playwright
  3204. Q18593503 Forrester, Thomas (c.1588–1642), Church of Scotland minister and satirist
  3205. Q18593509 Foxe, Thomas (1592–1662), physician
  3206. Q18593511 Gardner, Thomas (bap. 1690, d. 1769), antiquary
  3207. Q18593513 Garrard, Thomas (1787–1859), biographer
  3208. Q18593515 Gent, Thomas (c.1530–1593), judge
  3209. Q18593519 Goldney, Thomas (1696–1768), ironmaster
  3210. Q18593520 Hayley, Thomas Alphonso (1780–1800), sculptor
  3211. Q18593524 Holmes, Thomas (1846–1918), police-court missionary and philanthropist
  3212. Q18593526 Howarth, Thomas Edward Brodie (1914–1988), schoolmaster and historian
  3213. Q18593528 Hutton, Thomas (1565/6–1639), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist
  3214. Q18593529 Jarrold, Thomas (1770–1853), physician
  3215. Q18593531 Jeavons, Thomas (bap. 1795, d. 1867), engraver
  3216. Q18593534 Letchworth, Thomas (1738–1784), Quaker minister
  3217. Q18593536 Lewin, Thomas (1805–1877), legal writer and antiquary
  3218. Q18593538 Leybourn, Thomas (c.1769–1840), mathematician
  3219. Q18593540 Lupo, Thomas (bap. 1571?, d. 1627/8?), violinist and composer
  3220. Q18593542 Nunneley, Thomas (1809–1870), surgeon
  3221. Q18593545 Otterbourne, Thomas (fl. c.1340–1346), historian
  3222. Q18593547 Overbury, Sir Thomas (bap. 1581, d. 1613), courtier and author
  3223. Q18593548 Pellett, Thomas (c.1671–1744), physician
  3224. Q18593549 British merchant and conspirator (fl. 1677–1694)
  3225. Q18593551 Phillipp R. Schofield, ‘Spring family (per. c.1400–c.1550)’, first published
  3226. Q18593558 Gentleman, Tobias (fl. 1567–1614), mariner and writer
  3227. Q18593559 Williams, Trevor Illtyd (1921–1996), writer and historian of science
  3228. Q18593561 A. D. Carr, ‘Tudor family, forebears of (per. c.1215–1404)’, first published
  3229. Q18593562 Bergmann, Walter Georg (1902–1988), composer and musician
  3230. Q18593566 Cripps, Wilfred Joseph (1841–1903), writer on silver
  3231. Q18593567 Andrews, William (1835–1914), industrial designer, entrepreneur, and politician
  3232. Q18593568 Christine Carpenter, ‘Catesby family (per. c.1340–1505)’, first published
  3233. Q18593571 Flaxman, John (1755–1826), sculptor, decorative designer, and illustrator
  3234. Q18593572 Ford, William (1771–1832), bookseller and print dealer
  3235. Q18593573 Forster, William (fl. 1627–1673), mathematician
  3236. Q18593574 Forster, William (1739–1808), musical instrument maker and publisher
  3237. Q18593581 Fox, William (1736–1826), founder of the Sunday School Society
  3238. Q18593583 Fraser, William (1817–1879), educationist
  3239. Q18593584 Fraser, Sir William Augustus, of Ledclune, fourth baronet (1826–1898), politician and author
  3240. Q18593586 Freind, William (1668/9–1745), Church of England clergyman and lottery winner
  3241. Q18593588 Gairdner, William (1793–1867), physician
  3242. Q18593589 Galignani, (John) Anthony (1796–1873), bookseller and publisher
  3243. Q18593590 Gardner, William (1844/5–1887), inventor of a portable machine-gun
  3244. Q18593591 Gawler, William (1750–1809), organist and composer
  3245. Q18593592 Geddes, William (c.1630–1694), Church of Scotland minister and writer
  3246. Q18593594 Hargreaves, William Mason Creer [Bill] (1919–2000), campaigner for disabled people's rights
  3247. Q18593597 Haydock, William (c.1483–1537), Cistercian monk
  3248. Q18593602 Gerard J. Brault, ‘Helion family (per. c.1120–c.1450)’, first published
  3249. Q18593605 Howard, Sir William [William of Wiggenhall] (b. in or before 1255, d. 1308), justice
  3250. Q18593611 Leach, William (fl. 1631–1655), attorney and pamphleteer
  3251. Q18593614 Liddiard, William (1773–1841), travel writer and poet
  3252. Q18593616 Iain F. Russell, ‘McAlpine family (per. c.1870–1967)’, first published
  3253. Q18593618 McKerrow, William (1803–1878), minister of the Presbyterian Church of England and educationist
  3254. Q18593619 British painter (c.1740–c.1810)
  3255. Q18593622 Mortimer, William Egerton (1878–1940), lawyer
  3256. Q18593624 Murrie, Sir William Stuart (1903–1994), civil servant
  3257. Q18593625 Nield, Sir William Alan (1913–1994), civil servant
  3258. Q18593628 Rosemary Mitchell, ‘Nunn family (per. c.1815–1847)’, first published
  3259. Q18593633 Stonestreet, William (1659–1716), antiquary
  3260. Q18593634 Teacher, William (1810/11–1876), wine and spirit merchant
  3261. Q18593635 Tiffin, William (1695/6–1754), phonetician and stenographer
  3262. Q18593637 Tindal, William (1756–1804), antiquary
  3263. Q18593638 Tisdall, William (1669–1735), Church of Ireland clergyman
  3264. Q18593640 Wight, William (1730–1782), Church of Scotland minister and university teacher
  3265. Q18593643 Wolfe [alias Lacey], William (1584–1673), Jesuit
  3266. Q18593648 Taylor, George Crosland (1858–1923), bus company operator
  3267. Q18602272 Italian painter (1340–1370)
  3268. Q18602278 Italian painter (1425–1450)
  3269. Q18602279 German painter (1430–1450)
  3270. Q18602829 painter (fl. ca. 1550–1580)
  3271. Q18602831 Italian painter (fl. 1597–1621)
  3272. Q18603715 (fl. 1568-1585), poet from Montgomeryshire, Wales
  3273. Q18640881 Italian painter, active c. 1450-1475
  3274. Q18640895 Italian painter (1457–1506)
  3275. Q18669710 (1871–1947) geológus, paleontológus, akadémikus
  3276. Q18669710 (1871–1947) Hungarian geologist, paleontologist
  3277. Q18670630 Markland, Abraham (1645–1728), Church of England clergyman
  3278. Q18670631 Benson [married name McDowall], Ada (1840–1882), headmistress and educationist
  3279. Q18670632 Jane Garnett, ‘Women artists in Ruskin's circle (act. 1850s–1900s)’, first published
  3280. Q18670633 Elizabeth Ewan, ‘Forrester family (per. c.1360–c.1450)’, first published
  3281. Q18670634 Simon C. Appleyard, ‘Gordon family (per. c.1300–c.1400)’, first published
  3282. Q18670636 Hill, Adam (c.1548–1595), religious writer and Church of England clergyman
  3283. Q18670637 Duff, Adrian Grant- (1869–1914), army officer
  3284. Q18670638 Peacock, (Edward) Adrian Woodruffe- (1858–1922), ecologist
  3285. Q18670639 Caroline M. Barron, ‘Women traders and artisans in London (act. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  3286. Q18670640 Curran [née Brennan], Agnes (1920–2005), prison governor
  3287. Q18670642 Colin Richmond, ‘Paston family (per. c.1420–1504)’, first published
  3288. Q18670643 Caroline M. Barron, ‘Women traders and artisans in London (act. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  3289. Q18670644 Young [née Cohen], Aida (1920–2007), film producer
  3290. Q18670645 Boon, Alan Wheatley (1913–2000), publisher and editor
  3291. Q18670646 Brooke, Alan England (1863–1939), biblical scholar and college head
  3292. Q18670647 Neale, Sir Alan Derrett (1918–1995), civil servant and author
  3293. Q18670648 Veale, Sir Alan John Ralph (1920–2006), engineer and industrialist
  3294. Q18670651 Belden, Albert David (1883–1964), Congregational minister
  3295. Q18670652 Dunstan, Albert Ernest (1878–1964), research chemist and petroleum technologist
  3296. Q18670653 Faber, Albert Otto (1612–1684), chemical physician
  3297. Q18670655 Rivet, Albert Lionel Frederick (1915–1993), archaeologist and cartographer
  3298. Q18670656 Brodie, Alexander, of Brodie (1697–1754), politician
  3299. Q18670657 Frere [formerly Reeves], Alexander Stuart (1892–1984), publisher
  3300. Q18670659 Gibson, Sir Alexander (b. before 1637, d. 1693), legal official
  3301. Q18670662 Gil, Alexander, the younger (1596/7–1642?), headmaster and poet
  3302. Q18670667 Grosse, Alexander (1595/6–1654), Church of England clergyman
  3303. Q18670671 Hill, Alexander (1785–1867), Church of Scotland minister and theologian
  3304. Q18670672 Norman Macdougall, ‘Hume family (per. 1424–1516)’, first published
  3305. Q18670677 Norman Macdougall, ‘Hume family (per. 1424–1516)’, first published
  3306. Q18670678 Irvine, Alexander (bap. 1794, d. 1873), botanist and bookseller
  3307. Q18670688 Legh, Alexander (c.1435–1504?), administrator and diplomat
  3308. Q18670690 Sonja Cameron, ‘Lindsay family of Barnweill, Crawford, and Glenesk (per. c.1250–c.1400)’, first published
  3309. Q18670694 Swerford, Alexander of (b. before 1180, d. 1246), administrator
  3310. Q18670696 Pope, Alexander (c.1706–1782), Church of Scotland minister
  3311. Q18670702 Wedderburn, David (bap. 1580, d. 1646), poet and Latin grammarian
  3312. Q18670712 Sutcliffe, Alice (fl. 1624–1634), author
  3313. Q18670714 Macdougall, Allan [called Ailean Dall] (1750?–1829), poet
  3314. Q18670717 Paulet, Sir Amias (c.1457–1538), landowner and soldier
  3315. Q18670719 Kearne, Andreas (fl. 1627–1641), sculptor
  3316. Q18670726 Kingsmill, Andrew (1537/8–1569), civil lawyer and religious activist
  3317. Q18670728 Noel, Sir Andrew (c.1552–1607), administrator
  3318. Q18670731 Nigel Saul, ‘Sackville family (per. c.1066–c.1477)’, first published
  3319. Q18670733 Blackhall, Andro (1535/6–1609), composer
  3320. Q18670738 Chamber, Anna [married name Anna Grenville-Temple, Countess Temple] (1709?–1777), poet
  3321. Q18670742 English printer and bookseller (1717/18–c.1795)
  3322. Q18670746 Venn, Anne (bap. 1627, d. 1654), religious radical and diarist
  3323. Q18670749 David Crouch, ‘Mallory family (per. c.1100–1300)’, first published
  3324. Q18670751 Hoskins, Anthony (1568/9?–1615), Jesuit
  3325. Q18670755 Stafford, Anthony (b. 1586/7, d. in or after 1645), author
  3326. Q18670757 David J. Golby, ‘Corri family (per. c.1770–1860)’, first published
  3327. Q18670772 Hopton, Arthur (c.1580–1614), mathematician and almanac maker
  3328. Q18670774 Kershaw, James (bap. 1730?, d. 1797), Methodist preacher
  3329. Q18670782 J. C. B. Cooksey, ‘Nasmyth family (per. 1788–1884)’, first published
  3330. Q18670783 Spencer [married name Dowling or Dawlin], Barbara (c.1697–1721), coiner
  3331. Q18670784 Scudamore, Sir Barnabas (bap. 1609, d. 1651/2), royalist army officer
  3332. Q18670786 Anita McConnell, ‘Industrial spies (act. c.1700–c.1800)’, first published
  3333. Q18670788 Sudeley, ‘Sudeley family (per. c.1050–1336)’, first published
  3334. Q18670790 Collins, Benjamin (bap. 1715, d. 1785), newspaper proprietor and publisher
  3335. Q18670791 English ironmaster (1735–1832)
  3336. Q18670793 Goldsmid, Abraham (c.1756–1810), merchant and financier
  3337. Q18670794 Gooch, Benjamin (1707/8–1776), surgeon
  3338. Q18670798 Jenks, Benjamin (bap. 1648, d. 1724), Church of England clergyman
  3339. Q18670801 Thompson, Benjamin (1775/6–1816), playwright and translator
  3340. Q18670802 Hill, Benson Earle (bap. 1790?, d. 1845), soldier and writer
  3341. Q18670803 Adam White, ‘Johnson [Janssen] family (per. c.1570–c.1630)’, first published
  3342. Q18670804 Smith, Bernard [known as Father Smith] (c.1628/9–1708), organ builder
  3343. Q18670805 Linge, Bernard van [formerly Berent van Lingen] (b. 1598, d. in or after 1644), glass painter
  3344. Q18670809 Ireland [Irland], Bonaventure (1551–1608?), jurist
  3345. Q18670820 Johnson, Captain (1771/2–1839), smuggler and pilot
  3346. Q18670830 Illingworth, William (bap. 1764, d. 1845), archivist
  3347. Q18670834 Bankhead, Charles (c.1797–1870), diplomatist
  3348. Q18670839 Gibbes, Charles (1603?–1681), Church of England clergyman
  3349. Q18670840 Gibbon, Charles (fl. 1589–1604), writer
  3350. Q18670843 Gover, Charles Edward (1835/6–1872), writer on Indian folklore
  3351. Q18670853 Hopson, Charles Rivington (bap. 1744, d. 1796), physician
  3352. Q18670854 Inwood, William (1771/2–1843), architect and surveyor
  3353. Q18670861 King, Charles (fl. 1713–1721), merchant and writer on economics
  3354. Q18670863 Kite, Charles (bap. 1760?, d. 1811), surgeon
  3355. Q18670865 Knollys, Charles, styled fourth earl of Banbury (bap. 1662, d. 1740), peerage claimant and duellist
  3356. Q18670878 Lloyd [Floyd], Sir Charles (c.1602–1661), royalist army officer
  3357. Q18670883 Peter Longley, ‘Longley family (per. c.1860–1994)’, first published
  3358. Q18670884 Asa Briggs, ‘Longman family (per. 1724–1972)’, first published
  3359. Q18670899 Rice, Charles (bap. 1820, d. 1880), actor, theatre manager and playwright
  3360. Q18670912 Goodwin, Christopher (fl. 1520–1542), poet
  3361. Q18670913 Hoddesdon, Sir Christopher (1533/4–1611), merchant
  3362. Q18670914 Hunter, Christopher (bap. 1675, d. 1757), antiquary and physician
  3363. Q18670915 Neville, Christopher (fl. 1549–1575), rebel
  3364. Q18670917 Newstead, Christopher (1597–1660x63), Church of England clergyman
  3365. Q18670924 Morris, Claver (bap. 1659, d. 1727), physician
  3366. Q18670927 Hoare, Clement (1788/9–1849), vine grower
  3367. Q18670929 Colin Richmond, ‘Paston family (per. c.1420–1504)’, first published
  3368. Q18670930 Paston, Clement (c.1515–1598), sea captain
  3369. Q18670938 Scottish nobleman (c.1470–1540/41)
  3370. Q18670941 William, Dafydd (c.1720–1794), Welsh-language hymn writer
  3371. Q18670942 Halsworth, Daniel (1557/8–c.1596), Roman Catholic priest
  3372. Q18670943 Henstridge, Daniel (c.1646–1736), organist and composer
  3373. Q18670944 Johnson, Daniel (1766/7–1835), surgeon and author
  3374. Q18670959 King, Daniel (c.1616–c.1661), engraver
  3375. Q18670960 Langhorne, Daniel (c.1635–1681), antiquary
  3376. Q18670961 Martin Myrone, ‘Boydell, John, engravers (act. 1760–1804)’, first published
  3377. Q18670964 Rosemary T. Van Arsdel, ‘Macmillan family (per. c.1840–1986)’, first published
  3378. Q18670967 Parker, Daniel (fl. 1700–1730), violin maker
  3379. Q18670970 Hyde, David de la (fl. 1549–1561), scholar and recusant
  3380. Q18670972 Gwyn, David (fl. 1588–1602?), poet and pirate
  3381. Q18670976 Johns [Jones], David (fl. 1572–1598), literary antiquary
  3382. Q18670983 Welsh spy and historian (fl. 1675–1720)
  3383. Q18670988 Lloyd, David (1642/3–1723), naval officer
  3384. Q18670992 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  3385. Q18671000 John Purser, ‘MacCrimmon family (per. 1600–1746)’, first published
  3386. Q18671002 John Purser, ‘MacCrimmon family (per. 1600–1746)’, first published
  3387. Q18671010 Anes, Dunstan [formerly Gonsalvo Anes; alias Gonzalo Jorge] (c.1520–1594), merchant
  3388. Q18671012 Hewlett, Ebenezer (fl. 1737–1747), religious writer
  3389. Q18671013 Latham, Ebenezer (c.1688–1754), nonconformist tutor
  3390. Q18671018 Heming, Edmund (fl. 1680–1699), street-lighting entrepreneur
  3391. Q18671022 Lechmere [alias Stratford], Edmund (c.1586–1640), Roman Catholic priest
  3392. Q18671024 Peacham, Edmund (1553/4–1616), Church of England clergyman and traitor
  3393. Q18671025 Reeve, Sir Edmund (c.1589–1647), judge
  3394. Q18671028 D. M. Griffiths, ‘Baldwin family (per. c.1760–1857)’, first published
  3395. Q18671029 Cooke, Edward (fl. 1680–1682), legal writer and lawyer
  3396. Q18671031 Gibbons, Edward (bap. 1568, d. in or before 1650), musician
  3397. Q18671032 Gibson, Edward (1668/9–1701), portrait draughtsman
  3398. Q18671040 Halsall [Hassall], Edward (c.1627–1686), royalist army officer and assassin
  3399. Q18671047 Hellowes, Edward (fl. 1574–1601), courtier and translator
  3400. Q18671048 Helwys, Thomas (c.1575–c.1614), Baptist leader
  3401. Q18671054 Hutchins, Edward (1557/8–1629), Church of England clergyman
  3402. Q18671055 Huthwaite, Sir Edward (bap. 1793, d. 1873), army officer
  3403. Q18671057 Jerman, Edward (c.1605–1668), carpenter and architect
  3404. Q18671061 Welsh author (fl. 1771–1840)
  3405. Q18671062 Kellett, Edward (c.1580–1641), Church of England clergyman and religious writer
  3406. Q18671064 Lake, Sir Edward, baronet (1596x1600–1674), royalist army officer
  3407. Q18671070 Laurence, Edward (bap. 1674, d. 1739), land surveyor
  3408. Q18671074 Littleton, Edward (bap. 1625, d. 1702), planter and judge in Barbados
  3409. Q18671076 Lovibond, Edward (bap. 1723, d. 1775), poet
  3410. Q18671077 Lowe, Edward (c.1610–1682), organist and composer
  3411. Q18671081 Marshall, Edward (1597/8–1675), sculptor and master mason
  3412. Q18671082 Meryon, Edward (bap. 1807, d. 1880), physician
  3413. Q18671083 Millington, Edward (c.1636–1703), auctioneer and bookseller
  3414. Q18671089 Pelham, Edward (fl. 1630–1631), sailor
  3415. Q18671090 Reynell, Edward (1611/12–1663), Church of England clergyman
  3416. Q18671091 Jan Broadway, ‘Rous family (per. 1506–1729)’, first published
  3417. Q18671097 Philip Attwood, ‘Wyon family (per. c.1760–1962)’, first published
  3418. Q18671099 Judy Slinn, ‘Freshfield family (per. 1800–1918)’, first published
  3419. Q18671106 Barton [née Stockton], Eleanor (1872/3–1960), socialist and co-operative movement activist
  3420. Q18671112 West, Elisabeth (fl. 1690–1709), servant and memoirist
  3421. Q18671113 Kirkall, Elisha (1681/2–1742), engraver
  3422. Q18671120 Delaval [née Livingston], Lady Elizabeth (1648?–1717), memoirist and Jacobite agent
  3423. Q18671122 Grieve, Elizabeth Harriet (b. c.1723, d. in or after 1782), swindler
  3424. Q18671128 Lutton, Elizabeth (b. c.1498, d. in or before 1553), Benedictine nun
  3425. Q18671131 J. C. B. Cooksey, ‘Nasmyth family (per. 1788–1884)’, first published
  3426. Q18671132 Nutt [formerly Carr], Elizabeth (b. in or before 1666, d. 1746), printer and bookseller
  3427. Q18671136 Weaver [née Farley], Elizabeth (fl. 1661–1678), actress
  3428. Q18671137 Marion Gibson, ‘Essex witches (act. 1566–1589)’, first published
  3429. Q18671158 Clark [née Lewis], Esther (bap. 1716, d. 1794), poet
  3430. Q18671159 Hervart, Esther d' [married name Esther de la Tour du Pin, marquise de Gouvernet in the French nobility; known as Madame de Gouvernet] (c.1636–1722), noblewoman and refugee
  3431. Q18671168 Hugford, Ignazio Enrico (1702/3–1778), painter and picture collector and dealer
  3432. Q18671169 O'Carroll, Mulroney [called Mulroney the Great] (c.1470–1532), chieftain
  3433. Q18671173 Hensey, Florence (fl. 1748–1760), physician and spy
  3434. Q18671174 MacCarthy Reagh, Florence [Finian Mac Cárthaigh Riabhach] (1562–c.1640), chieftain and writer on Ireland
  3435. Q18671175 Ian Atherton, ‘Scudamore family (per. 1500–1820)’, first published
  3436. Q18671178 Matthew [née Barlow; other married name Parker], Frances (1550/51–1629), benefactor
  3437. Q18671180 John Richard Edwards, ‘Cooper family (per. 1854–1994)’, first published
  3438. Q18671183 Gladwin, Francis (1744/5–1812), Persian scholar
  3439. Q18671190 Hickes, Francis (1565/6–1631), translator
  3440. Q18671191 Higgins, Francis (1669/70–1728), Church of Ireland clergyman and religious controversialist
  3441. Q18671194 James, Francis (bap. 1580, d. 1621), Latin poet
  3442. Q18671196 Jobson, Sir Francis (b. in or before 1509, d. 1573), administrator
  3443. Q18671201 Martin Myrone, ‘Boydell, John, engravers (act. 1760–1804)’, first published
  3444. Q18671203 Lenton, Francis (fl. 1629–1653), poet
  3445. Q18671204 Lockier, Francis (bap. 1669, d. 1740), dean of Peterborough
  3446. Q18671207 Nicholson, Francis (bap. 1650, d. 1731), Roman Catholic convert
  3447. Q18671210 British painter (fl. 1763–1779)
  3448. Q18671211 Stone, Francis (bap. 1738, d. 1813), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist
  3449. Q18671221 Gibb [Gibbs], Frederick (c.1620–1681), writer and physician
  3450. Q18671233 Adam White, ‘Johnson [Janssen] family (per. c.1570–c.1630)’, first published
  3451. Q18671234 Moore, Garret [Gerald], first Viscount Moore of Drogheda (1565/6–1627), politician and soldier
  3452. Q18671242 M. H. Port, ‘Burt family (per. c.1830–1964)’, first published
  3453. Q18671246 Drabble, George Wilkinson (1823?–1899), merchant and banker
  3454. Q18671247 England, George (1811/12–1878), engineer and locomotive builder
  3455. Q18671250 Gifford, George (fl. 1632–1635), engraver
  3456. Q18671252 Susan E. Stuart, ‘Gillow family (per. c.1730–c.1830)’, first published
  3457. Q18671259 Graham, George (bap. 1728, d. 1767), playwright
  3458. Q18671269 Hay, George (c.1530–1588), Church of Scotland minister
  3459. Q18671272 Hill, George (c.1716–1808), lawyer and eccentric
  3460. Q18671278 Howe, George (1654/5–1710), physician
  3461. Q18671279 Hunter, George Orby (1773?–1843), army officer and translator
  3462. Q18671290 Johnson, George (bap. 1563, d. c.1605), separatist leader
  3463. Q18671292 Jones, George Matthew (c.1785–1831), naval officer and traveller
  3464. Q18671294 Kelly, George (b. 1688, d. in or after 1747), Jacobite agent
  3465. Q18671300 Lauder, George (fl. 1622–1677), poet
  3466. Q18671301 Laughton, George (1735/6–1800), Church of England clergyman
  3467. Q18671302 Lawrence, George (bap. 1613, d. 1691x8), clergyman and ejected minister
  3468. Q18671303 Lawson, George (bap. 1598?, d. 1678), Church of England clergyman and political writer
  3469. Q18671320 Owen, George [pseud. George Owen Harry] (b. c.1553, d. in or before 1614), Church of England clergyman and antiquary
  3470. Q18671326 English mariner and author (fl. 1705–1726)
  3471. Q18671331 Sawbridge, George, the elder (b. in or before 1621, d. 1681), printer and bookseller
  3472. Q18671339 Peeters, Gerard (bap. 1562?, d. 1598), author
  3473. Q18671347 Rose, Giles (fl. 1664–1681), master cook and translator
  3474. Q18671350 Gilby, Anthony (c.1510–1585), religious writer and Church of England clergyman
  3475. Q18671351 Lloyd, Sir Godfrey (b. after 1608, d. 1671?), military engineer
  3476. Q18671353 Malmesbury, William of (b. c.1090, d. in or after 1142), historian, man of letters, and Benedictine monk
  3477. Q18671358 Owen, Griffith (c.1647–1717), Quaker preacher and colonial official
  3478. Q18671360 Holland, Guy (1585/6–1660), Jesuit
  3479. Q18671362 Heron, Haly (c.1550–1591), author and soldier
  3480. Q18671365 L'Estrange, Hamon (bap. 1674, d. 1767), legal and religious writer
  3481. Q18671366 Allen [née Archer], Hannah (c.1638–1668x1708), nonconformist writer
  3482. Q18671367 Humphrey, William (b. 1742?, d. in or before 1814), engraver and printseller
  3483. Q18671368 Michael H. Fisher, ‘Indian visitors (act. c.1720–c.1810)’, first published
  3484. Q18671371 Sudeley, ‘Sudeley family (per. c.1050–1336)’, first published
  3485. Q18671373 Smythies, Harriette Maria Gordon (1813?–1883), poet and novelist
  3486. Q18671380 Jenkin [née Jackson], Henrietta Camilla (c.1807–1885), novelist
  3487. Q18671382 Austin, Henry (1811/12–1861), civil engineer and sanitarian
  3488. Q18671383 Barrow, Henry (c.1790–1870), maker of mathematical instruments
  3489. Q18671387 Londonderry apprentice leader (fl. 1688–1689)
  3490. Q18671390 Elston [Elstow], Henry (fl. 1517–1559), Observant Franciscan friar
  3491. Q18671393 Goodere, Sir Henry (bap. 1571, d. 1627), landowner and courtier
  3492. Q18671395 Gould, Sir Henry (1643/4–1710), judge
  3493. Q18671397 Grantham [Granthan], Henry (fl. 1566–1587), translator
  3494. Q18671402 Harington, Henry (1754/5–1791), antiquary and Church of England clergyman
  3495. Q18671403 Harris, Henry (1633/4–1704), actor and engraver
  3496. Q18671404 Harrison, Henry (c.1785–c.1865), architect
  3497. Q18671406 Hellier, Henry (1660/61–1697), Church of England clergyman
  3498. Q18671407 Hesketh, Henry (1636/7–1710?), Church of England clergyman
  3499. Q18671409 English printer (c.1625–1688/9)
  3500. Q18671410 Holcombe, Henry (fl. 1707–1748), composer
  3501. Q18671415 Hornby [Horneby], Henry (c.1457–1518), college head
  3502. Q18671419 Hudson, Henry (fl. 1782–1792), mezzotint engraver
  3503. Q18671422 Isaacson, Henry (bap. 1581, d. 1654), chronologist and biographer
  3504. Q18671424 Jacob, Henry (c.1608–1652), philologist
  3505. Q18671425 Johnson, Henry (1698/9–1760), traveller
  3506. Q18671440 Loosemore, Henry (1605x9–1670), composer and organist
  3507. Q18671443 Lunsford, Sir Thomas (b. c.1610, d. in or before 1656), royalist army officer
  3508. Q18671444 David Crouch, ‘Mallory family (per. c.1100–1300)’, first published
  3509. Q18671451 English landscape painter (fl. 1828–1865)
  3510. Q18671460 B. W. E. Alford, ‘Wills family (per. c.1786–1928)’, first published
  3511. Q18671461 Withers, Henry (1650/51?–1729), army officer
  3512. Q18671471 Hermann (fl. 1070–1100), Benedictine monk and hagiographer
  3513. Q18671474 Hopkin, Lewis (1707/8–1771), poet and artisan
  3514. Q18671477 Goodall [Goodhall], Frederick Trevelyan (bap. 1848, d. 1871), painter
  3515. Q18671482 Hastings, Sir Hugh (c.1310–1347), administrator and soldier
  3516. Q18671486 Johnys, Sir Hugh (b. c.1410, d. in or after 1485), soldier and administrator
  3517. Q18671488 English gentry in Westmorland (1326–1382?)
  3518. Q18671489 Chief of the Scottish clan MacDonald (died 1495/1498)
  3519. Q18671491 Hartlepool [Hertelpoll], Hugh of (c.1245–1302), Franciscan friar and theologian
  3520. Q18671492 Kirkstall, Hugh of (c.1165–c.1227), Cistercian monk and chronicler
  3521. Q18671496 Robinson, Hugh (1583/4–1655), Church of England clergyman and schoolmaster
  3522. Q18671499 Lancaster, Hume (bap. 1814, d. 1850), marine painter
  3523. Q18671502 Hopper, Humphrey (1764/5–1844), sculptor
  3524. Q18671503 Johnson, Humphrey (fl. 1710–1713), writing-master and mathematician
  3525. Q18671504 King, Humphrey (fl. 1595–1613), poet
  3526. Q18671505 Norton, Humphrey (fl. 1655–1660), Quaker missionary and author
  3527. Q18671507 Radcliffe, Sir Humphrey (1508/9–1566), landowner and member of parliament
  3528. Q18671508 Smith, Humphry (bap. 1624, d. 1663), Quaker preacher
  3529. Q18671509 A. D. Carr, ‘Tudor family, forebears of (per. c.1215–1404)’, first published
  3530. Q18671510 MacKay, Iain Dall (1656?–1754), piper, composer, and bard
  3531. Q18671514 Jurdain, Ignatius (bap. 1561, d. 1640), politician and civic reformer
  3532. Q18671515 Brown, Isaac (fl. 1884–1909), impostor
  3533. Q18671518 Pereira, Isaac (c.1658–1718), army contractor
  3534. Q18671525 David, Jacob (c.1640–1689), merchant
  3535. Q18671532 Baker, Matthew (1529/30–1613), shipwright
  3536. Q18671533 Andrew Rowley, ‘Beale family (per. c.1836–1912)’, first published
  3537. Q18671537 Vic Gammon, ‘Copper family (per. 1845–2000)’, first published
  3538. Q18671540 S. I. Boardman, ‘Dunbar family, earls of Moray (per. c.1370–1430)’, first published
  3539. Q18671545 Gibbes, James Alban (1611?–1677), Latin poet
  3540. Q18671546 Gibbs, James (bap. 1673, d. 1724), physician and poet
  3541. Q18671550 Gifford, James, the elder (bap. 1739, d. 1813), religious writer
  3542. Q18671553 Susan E. Stuart, ‘Gillow family (per. c.1730–c.1830)’, first published
  3543. Q18671554 Gloag, James (bap. 1795, d. 1870), teacher of mathematics and educationist
  3544. Q18671562 R. W. Munro, ‘Grant family of Freuchie (per. 1485–1622)’, first published
  3545. Q18671567 Halsall [Hassall], Edward (c.1627–1686), royalist army officer and assassin
  3546. Q18671573 Hawker, James (b. in or before 1730, d. 1786), naval officer
  3547. Q18671574 Hawkins, James (1662/3–1729), organist and composer
  3548. Q18671579 Hesletine [Heseltine], James (c.1692–1763), organist and composer
  3549. Q18671581 Hodder, James (fl. 1659–1673), arithmetician
  3550. Q18671594 Jones, James Felix (1813/14–1878), officer in the Indian navy and surveyor
  3551. Q18671596 Kershaw, James (bap. 1730?, d. 1797), Methodist preacher
  3552. Q18671598 Killigrew, James (c.1664–1695), naval officer
  3553. Q18671602 Lambe, James (bap. 1599, d. 1664), oriental scholar
  3554. Q18671604 Lane, James Hunter (1806/7–1853), physician and medical journalist
  3555. Q18671605 Laroche [Laroch], James [Jemmy] (c.1688–1710?), singer
  3556. Q18671606 Lates, James (c.1740–1777), composer
  3557. Q18671613 Littleton, James (bap. 1668, d. 1723), naval officer
  3558. Q18671621 Mercer, James (bap. 1734, d. 1804), poet and soldier
  3559. Q18671626 Mylne, James (1738/9–1788), poet and tenant farmer
  3560. Q18671628 Newton, James (c.1664–1750), physician and botanist
  3561. Q18671631 Peck, James (b. 1773, d. in or after 1824), composer and music publisher
  3562. Q18671632 Ralfe, James (fl. 1820–1829), naval historian
  3563. Q18671638 Salgado, James (fl. 1666–1684), pamphleteer
  3564. Q18671642 Sibbald, James (c.1595–1647), Church of Scotland minister
  3565. Q18671650 Scottish army officer and author (born c.1615, died in or after 1689)
  3566. Q18671652 Wyatt, James (1690/91–1767), merchant and shipbuilder
  3567. Q18671655 Servant of Samuel Pepys (born 1643/4, died after 1703)
  3568. Q18671662 Gailhard, Jean (fl. 1659–1708), writer and religious controversialist
  3569. Q18671665 Lecoutz de Lévizac [Levizac], Jean Pons Victor (c.1750–1813), writer on the French language
  3570. Q18671666 Jeffreys, Sir Jeffrey (c.1652–1709), politician and merchant
  3571. Q18671669 Jones, Jeremiah (1693/4–1724), Independent minister and biblical scholar
  3572. Q18671670 Charlotte Yeldham, ‘Hayllar family (per. c.1850–c.1900)’, first published
  3573. Q18671671 P. J. P. Goldberg, ‘Women in trade and industry in York (act. c.1300–c.1500)’, first published
  3574. Q18671672 Jugge, Richard (c.1514–1577), bookseller and printer
  3575. Q18671692 Breman [Braman], John (bap. 1627, d. 1703), army officer, politician, and conspirator
  3576. Q18671693 Brenan, John (b. 1625, d. in or after 1692), Roman Catholic archbishop of Cashel
  3577. Q18671695 M. H. Port, ‘Burt family (per. c.1830–1964)’, first published
  3578. Q18671696 Bury, John (c.1400–c.1480), prior of the Augustinian convent, London, and theologian
  3579. Q18671699 Patrick Cadell, ‘Cadell family (per. c.1740–1934)’, first published
  3580. Q18671700 Caen [ de Cadomo], John (c.1247–1310), notary public and royal official
  3581. Q18671702 Adam White, ‘Christmas family (per. c.1610–c.1640)’, first published
  3582. Q18671703 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Conyers family (per. c.1375–c.1525)’, first published
  3583. Q18671704 Conyers, Sir John (c.1587–1664), royalist army officer
  3584. Q18671707 Vic Gammon, ‘Copper family (per. 1845–2000)’, first published
  3585. Q18671714 Dillingham, John (fl. 1639–1649), journalist
  3586. Q18671715 Donellan, John (1737/8–1781), poisoner
  3587. Q18671719 Dressler, John (fl. 1777–1808), musician
  3588. Q18671722 Chris Evans, ‘Gibbons family (per. c.1735–1863)’, first published
  3589. Q18671728 Susan E. Stuart, ‘Gillow family (per. c.1730–c.1830)’, first published
  3590. Q18671733 Goffe, John (b. in or before 1610, d. 1661), Church of England clergyman
  3591. Q18671739 Goldwin [Golding], John (bap. 1667, d. 1719), organist and composer
  3592. Q18671740 Goodgroome, John (bap. 1623, d. 1704), singer and composer
  3593. Q18671742 Gosnold, John (1626?–1678), General Baptist minister
  3594. Q18671744 Gough, John (1521/2–1572), Church of England clergyman
  3595. Q18671760 Pieter van der Merwe, ‘Grieve family (per. 1794–1887)’, first published
  3596. Q18671764 Grose, John (bap. 1758, d. 1821), Church of England clergyman
  3597. Q18671765 Grose, John Henry (b. 1732, d. in or after 1774), East India Company servant and writer on India
  3598. Q18671769 Gurney, John (1688/9–1741), Quaker minister and wool stapler
  3599. Q18671775 Alan R. Borthwick, ‘Haliburton family (per. c.1375–c.1500)’, first published
  3600. Q18671778 Hall, John [Jack] (1674x7–1707), thief
  3601. Q18671779 Hallam, John (c.1495–1537), rebel
  3602. Q18671781 Hammond [Hamond], John (c.1555–1617), physician
  3603. Q18671788 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Harrington family (per. c.1300–1512)’, first published
  3604. Q18671792 Harris, Renatus [René] (c.1652–1724), organ builder
  3605. Q18671793 Harris, John (fl. 1700–1740), engraver and draughtsman
  3606. Q18671799 Helyar, John (1502/3–1541?), scholar
  3607. Q18671803 Henry, John (1746?–1794), actor and theatre manager
  3608. Q18671808 English poet and linguist (born c.1544, died in or before 1620)
  3609. Q18671813 Hill, Sir John (c.1625–1701), army officer
  3610. Q18671815 Hilton, John (fl. 1679–1688), informer
  3611. Q18671816 Hinckley, John (1617/18–1695), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist
  3612. Q18671820 Hinton, Sir John (1603?–1682), physician
  3613. Q18671823 Hippisley, John (bap. 1729, d. 1766), writer on trade and administrator in west Africa
  3614. Q18671825 Hodgson, John (1617/18–1684?), army officer and autobiographer
  3615. Q18671828 Hoker [Hooker], John (fl. 1525–1543), author
  3616. Q18671837 Hooke [Hook], William (1600/01–1678), Independent minister
  3617. Q18671839 Hopkins, John (1520/21–1570), psalmodist and Church of England clergyman
  3618. Q18671842 Horne, John (bap. 1616, d. 1676), clergyman and ejected minister
  3619. Q18671848 Howes, John (fl. 1772–1793), miniature and enamel painter
  3620. Q18671849 Howlett [Howlet], John (c.1548–1589), Jesuit
  3621. Q18671853 Hume, John Robert (1781/2–1857), physician
  3622. Q18671866 Hynd, John (fl. c.1592–1606), writer of romances
  3623. Q18671868 Ingram, John (b. 1721, d. in or after 1767), printmaker
  3624. Q18671870 Ireland, John (c.1742–1808), biographer
  3625. Q18671871 Ivie, John (c.1580–1665), magistrate and goldsmith
  3626. Q18671874 English woodcutter and designer of chintz and wallpaper (born c.1700, died in or after 1773)
  3627. Q18671890 Jollie [Jolly], John (1640?–1682), nonconformist minister
  3628. Q18671892 Welsh physician (fl. 1562–1579)
  3629. Q18671905 Jourdain, John (c.1572–1619), merchant navy officer
  3630. Q18671907 Joy, William (b. 1803, d. in or after 1859), marine painter
  3631. Q18671914 Scottish poet (fl. 1626–1629)
  3632. Q18671921 Roy Church, ‘Kenrick family (per. c.1785–1926)’, first published
  3633. Q18671922 Keogh, John (c.1650–1725), Church of Ireland clergyman and scientist
  3634. Q18671924 Keymer, John (fl. 1584–1622), vintner and writer on commerce
  3635. Q18671925 Kidgell, John (bap. 1722, d. c.1780), Church of England clergyman and political writer
  3636. Q18671936 British medallist (c.1724–c.1778)
  3637. Q18671937 Kirkby, John (c.1705–1754), Church of England clergyman and grammarian
  3638. Q18671938 Kirke, John (fl. 1629–1643), actor and playwright
  3639. Q18671939 Kirkpatrick, John (bap. 1687, d. 1728), antiquary and draughtsman
  3640. Q18671944 Knowles, John (c.1606–1685), nonconformist minister
  3641. Q18671945 Knox, John (c.1555–1623), Church of Scotland minister
  3642. Q18671948 Kynton, John (1450s–1536), Franciscan friar and theologian
  3643. Q18671951 Lacy, John (bap. 1664, d. 1730), self-styled prophet
  3644. Q18671953 Lambert, John (b. c.1775, d. in or after 1811), traveller and painter in Canada
  3645. Q18671955 Lamont, John (fl. 1636–1671), diarist
  3646. Q18671958 Langston, John (1640/41–1704), clergyman and ejected minister
  3647. Q18671959 English Carmelite friar and theologian (fl. 1389–1392)
  3648. Q18671967 Lavington, John (c.1690–1759), Presbyterian minister
  3649. Q18671972 Iain Bain, ‘Bewick, Thomas, apprentices (act. 1777–1828)’, first published
  3650. Q18671974 Layer, John (bap. 1585, d. 1641), antiquary
  3651. Q18671979 Leech, John (fl. 1610–1624), Latin poet
  3652. Q18671980 Legate, John (c.1562–1620/21), printer
  3653. Q18671984 Ley, John (1549?–1604), explorer
  3654. Q18671987 British naval chaplain and writer (fl. 1758–1759)
  3655. Q18671990 Lloyd [Flude], John (c.1475–1523), musician
  3656. Q18671992 Lloyd [Floyd], John (1643/4–1682), poet
  3657. Q18671999 Lookup, John (fl. 1739–1740), theologian
  3658. Q18672006 Lumley, John, fifth Baron Lumley (b. in or before 1492, d. 1545), landowner and rebel
  3659. Q18672009 Macken, John [pseud. Ismael Fitzadam] (1784?–1823), poet
  3660. Q18672013 English mercer and merchant (c.1516–1579)
  3661. Q18672018 Scottish Jacobite agent (fl. 1710–1753)
  3662. Q18672029 Nasmyth [Nasmith], John (1556/7–1613), surgeon
  3663. Q18672033 Norbury, George (fl. c.1586–1634), legal writer
  3664. Q18672034 Earley, John (II) of (c.1173–1229), administrator and follower of William (I) Marshal
  3665. Q18672040 Sudeley, ‘Sudeley family (per. c.1050–1336)’, first published
  3666. Q18672084 Heath, Sir Richard (bap. 1637, d. 1702), judge
  3667. Q18672087 Hibbs, Richard (1812?–1886), writer on poverty
  3668. Q18672092 Hollingworth, Richard (1639?–1701), royalist writer
  3669. Q18672093 Holloway, Sir Richard (bap. 1627, d. 1699), judge
  3670. Q18672094 Hopkins, Richard (b. c.1546, d. in or before 1596), Roman Catholic exile and translator
  3671. Q18672097 Hussey, Richard (bap. 1715, d. 1770), lawyer and politician
  3672. Q18672098 Jackson, Richard (fl. 1567–1570), ballad writer
  3673. Q18672100 Jackson, Richard (1704/5–1782), benefactor
  3674. Q18672101 Johnson, Richard (1656/7–1721), schoolmaster and grammarian
  3675. Q18672102 Jones, Richard (fl. 1564–1613), bookseller and printer
  3676. Q18672107 English abbot of Winchcombe (c.1461–1533/4)
  3677. Q18672109 Kilvert, Richard (c.1588–1650), lawyer
  3678. Q18672118 Lingard, Richard (1633/4–1670), dean of Lismore
  3679. Q18672119 Lloyd, Richard (1594/5–1659), Church of England clergyman
  3680. Q18672121 Lloyd, Richard (1764/5–1834), Church of England clergyman
  3681. Q18672122 Lumley [née Cornwallis], Elizabeth, Viscountess Lumley of Waterford (c.1578–1658), benefactor
  3682. Q18672123 Malebisse [Malebysse], Richard (c.1155–1209/10), justice
  3683. Q18672124 David Crouch, ‘Mallory family (per. c.1100–1300)’, first published
  3684. Q18672128 Marsden, Richard (1802/3–1858), weaver and Chartist
  3685. Q18672130 Maudeleyn, Richard (1371/2–1400), royal councillor
  3686. Q18672136 Wetheringsett [Wethersett], Richard of [Richard of Leicester] (fl. c.1200–c.1230), churchman and theologian
  3687. Q18672138 Parr, Richard (1616/17–1691), Church of England clergyman
  3688. Q18672141 Purcell, Richard (fl. 1746–1766), engraver
  3689. Q18672142 Puttenham, George (1529–1590/91), writer and literary critic
  3690. Q18672147 Uvedale, Richard (b. before 1508, d. 1556), conspirator
  3691. Q18672151 Broadhurst, Robert (1859/60–1948), pan-African nationalist leader
  3692. Q18672157 S. J. Payling, ‘Chaworth family (per. c.1160–c.1521)’, first published
  3693. Q18672158 Timothy Clayton, ‘Dicey family (per. c.1710–c.1800)’, first published
  3694. Q18672162 Gomersall, Robert (bap. 1602, d. 1643/4), Church of England clergyman and writer
  3695. Q18672175 Healy [Hayley], Robert (c.1743–1771), artist in chalks
  3696. Q18672176 Heath, Robert (bap. 1620, d. in or after 1685), poet
  3697. Q18672180 Hitchcock, Robert (fl. 1573–1591), soldier and writer
  3698. Q18672183 Holland, Robert (1557–1622?), Church of England clergyman and religious writer
  3699. Q18672188 Houlton, Robert (1738/9–1815), playwright and journalist
  3700. Q18672194 Johnston, Robert (c.1567–1639), historian and philanthropist
  3701. Q18672195 Joy, Henry (1719/20–1789), newspaper proprietor and benefactor
  3702. Q18672196 Kay, John (1704–1780/81), inventor of textile manufacturing machinery
  3703. Q18672200 Langham, Robert (c.1535–1579/80), mercer
  3704. Q18672204 Le Grys, Sir Robert (bap. 1571?, d. 1635), translator
  3705. Q18672207 Leicester, Robert (c.1266–1327x34), Franciscan chronologist and theologian
  3706. Q18672209 Lekpreuik [Lekprevick], Robert (fl. 1561–1581), printer
  3707. Q18672213 Loveday, Robert (1620/21–1656), translator
  3708. Q18672214 Lovell, Robert (1630?–1690), naturalist
  3709. Q18672218 Lucas, Robert (1747/8–1812), Church of England clergyman and poet
  3710. Q18672223 Mitchell, Robert (fl. 1782–c.1809), architect
  3711. Q18672225 Nixon, John Colley (b. before 1759, d. 1818), merchant and artist
  3712. Q18672226 Church of England clergyman (c.1540–1587?)
  3713. Q18672227 Swaffham, Robert of (fl. c.1250–1271), Benedictine monk
  3714. Q18672230 Ogle, Robert (II) (c.1305–1362), soldier
  3715. Q18672231 Ogle, Robert (VI), first Baron Ogle (c.1406–1469), soldier and administrator
  3716. Q18672235 Parsons, Robert (1646/7–1714), Church of England clergyman
  3717. Q18672240 Joan Kirby, ‘Savile family (per. c.1480–1644)’, first published
  3718. Q18672242 Southwell, Robert (bap. 1608, d. 1677), administrator and local politician
  3719. Q18672243 Iain F. Russell, ‘Tennent family (per. c.1740–1890)’, first published
  3720. Q18672244 Thornton, Robert (b. in or before 1397, d. in or before 1465?), compiler of miscellanies and copyist
  3721. Q18672245 Towne, Robert (1592/3?–1664), clergyman and ejected minister
  3722. Q18672251 Warren, Robert (1784/5–1849), blacking manufacturer
  3723. Q18672252 Watt, Robert (1761x8–1794), wine merchant and conspirator
  3724. Q18672253 Werden, Robert (1621/2–1690), army officer
  3725. Q18672256 York, Robert [called Perscrutator] (fl. 1313–1325), natural philosopher
  3726. Q18672263 Kedington, Roger (1711/12–1760), Church of England clergyman
  3727. Q18672267 Lefebvre, Rolland [known as Lefebvre de Venise] (c.1608–1677), painter
  3728. Q18672268 Vic Gammon, ‘Copper family (per. 1845–2000)’, first published
  3729. Q18672271 Everett Leeds, ‘Jackman family (per. 1763–1976)’, first published
  3730. Q18672276 Place, Samuel de la (1576/7–1658), Reformed minister and medical practitioner
  3731. Q18672282 Hall, Samuel (bap. 1782, d. 1863), cotton spinner and engineer
  3732. Q18672283 Harding, Samuel (1615/16–c.1643/1699), playwright
  3733. Q18672284 Hardy, Samuel (1636/7–1691), nonconformist minister
  3734. Q18672288 Henshall, Samuel (1764/5–1807), philologist
  3735. Q18672289 Hieron, Samuel (bap. 1572, d. 1617), Church of England clergyman and devotional writer
  3736. Q18672290 Hildersham [Hildersam], Samuel (1594?–1674), clergyman and ejected minister
  3737. Q18672292 Hood, John (c.1721–1784), land surveyor
  3738. Q18672295 Humphreys, Samuel (c.1697–1737), translator and librettist
  3739. Q18672304 Leigh, Samuel (b. 1645/6, d. in or after 1686), translator and poet
  3740. Q18672310 Moore, Samuel (fl. 1680–1720), draughtsman and engraver
  3741. Q18672312 Nicholson, Samuel (fl. 1597?–1602), poet and divine
  3742. Q18672313 Parker, Samuel William Langston (1804/5–1871), surgeon and venereologist
  3743. Q18672317 Thornton, John (bap. 1641, d. 1708), hydrographer
  3744. Q18672319 Hengler, Sarah (c.1765–1845), artist in fireworks
  3745. Q18672320 Jinner, Sarah (fl. 1658–1664), compiler of almanacs and medical practitioner
  3746. Q18672329 Jourdain [Jourdan], Silvester (bap. 1565, d. 1650?), merchant
  3747. Q18672331 Montagu [Montacute], Simon de, first Lord Montagu (1259?–1316), soldier and baron
  3748. Q18672332 Eyre, Simon (c.1395–1458), merchant, mayor of London, and civic benefactor
  3749. Q18672335 Luttrell, Simon (c.1643–1698), army officer
  3750. Q18672337 Hinton [Henton], Simon of (fl. c.1248–1262), Dominican theologian
  3751. Q18672340 Taylor, Simon (1742–1772/1796), botanical artist
  3752. Q18672341 Kelburn, Sinclare (1753/4–1802), minister of the Presbyterian General Synod of Ulster
  3753. Q18672342 Gibson, Solomon (1796/7–1866), sculptor
  3754. Q18672352 Geree, John (1599/1600–1649), Church of England clergyman
  3755. Q18672353 Harrison, Stephen (fl. 1604–1605), joiner and architect
  3756. Q18672355 Hughes, Stephen (1622?–1688), nonconformist minister and publisher
  3757. Q18672357 Jerome [Hierome], Stephen (fl. 1604–1650), writer and Church of England clergyman
  3758. Q18672358 Exeter, Stephen of (b. 1246, d. in or after 1275?), annalist
  3759. Q18672364 Lewis, Stuart (c.1756–1818), poet
  3760. Q18672368 Rosse [née Gibson], Susannah-Penelope (c.1655–1700), miniature painter
  3761. Q18672369 Nicholls, Sutton (fl. 1680–1740), draughtsman and engraver
  3762. Q18672371 Lloyd, Sylvester (b. in or after 1680, d. 1747), Roman Catholic bishop of Waterford and Lismore and Jacobite sympathizer
  3763. Q18672375 Abrams, Harriett (c.1758–1821), singer and composer
  3764. Q18672379 Wodenote, Theophilus (bap. 1588, d. 1662), Church of England clergyman
  3765. Q18672381 Barlow, Thomas (c.1669–1730), builder and estate surveyor
  3766. Q18672383 Batty, Thomas (c.1832–1903), animal trainer and circus proprietor
  3767. Q18672384 Beconsall, Thomas (1663/4–1709), philosopher and Church of England clergyman
  3768. Q18672388 Cawton, Thomas (bap. 1642, d. 1677), orientalist and nonconformist minister
  3769. Q18672394 Vic Gammon, ‘Copper family (per. 1845–2000)’, first published
  3770. Q18672400 Peter Fleming, ‘Culpeper family (per. c.1400–c.1540)’, first published
  3771. Q18672406 Evans, Thomas (b. 1763, d. in or before 1831), insurrectionist
  3772. Q18672407 Favent, Thomas (fl. 1388–1400), tract writer
  3773. Q18672408 Laurence Ince, ‘Forman family (per. 1784–c.1870)’, first published
  3774. Q18672413 Chris Evans, ‘Gibbons family (per. c.1735–1863)’, first published
  3775. Q18672416 Gibson, Thomas (1648/9–1722), physician
  3776. Q18672417 Gilbert, Thomas (1609/10–1673), clergyman and ejected minister
  3777. Q18672419 Susan E. Stuart, ‘Gillow family (per. c.1730–c.1830)’, first published
  3778. Q18672422 Gisborne, Thomas (bap. 1725, d. 1806), physician
  3779. Q18672429 Goodwin, Thomas (c.1650–1708?), Independent minister
  3780. Q18672437 Gosson, Stephen (bap. 1554, d. 1625), anti-theatrical polemicist and Church of England clergyman
  3781. Q18672441 Gouge, Thomas (c.1665–1700), Independent minister
  3782. Q18672444 Gower, Sir Thomas (fl. 1530–1577), soldier
  3783. Q18672445 Grantham, Thomas (c.1610–1664), schoolmaster and author
  3784. Q18672448 Pieter van der Merwe, ‘Grieve family (per. 1794–1887)’, first published
  3785. Q18672449 Griffin, Thomas (1706?–1771), organ builder
  3786. Q18672459 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Harrington family (per. c.1300–1512)’, first published
  3787. Q18672460 Harris, Joseph (bap. 1704, d. 1764), astronomer and assayer
  3788. Q18672463 Hartley, Thomas (1708/9–1784), religious writer and translator
  3789. Q18672467 Hastings, Thomas (bap. 1741, d. 1801), pamphleteer
  3790. Q18672468 Hastings, Thomas (fl. 1803–1837), customs official and artist
  3791. Q18672477 Hesketh, Thomas (bap. 1560, d. 1613), botanist and physician
  3792. Q18672481 Heton, Thomas (b. c.1520, d. in or after 1587), merchant and religious activist
  3793. Q18672486 Hickes, Francis (1565/6–1631), translator
  3794. Q18672489 Higgons, Thomas [Jacobite Sir Thomas Higgons] (1668/9–1733), Jacobite court official
  3795. Q18672496 Hill, Thomas (c.1628–1677), nonconformist minister
  3796. Q18672505 Hill, Thomas (1682/3–1758), Latin poet
  3797. Q18672530 Hunt, Thomas (1626/7–1688), lawyer and whig polemicist
  3798. Q18672531 Hunt, Thomas Frederick (bap. 1790, d. 1831), architect
  3799. Q18672532 Ingmethorpe, Thomas (bap. 1564, d. 1638), schoolmaster
  3800. Q18672539 James, John (c.1672–1746), architect, surveyor, and carpenter
  3801. Q18672545 Jenison, Thomas (c.1525–1587), administrator
  3802. Q18672550 Jenye [Janney], Thomas (fl. 1565–1583), rebel and poet
  3803. Q18672557 (1875–1963) állatorvos, anatómus, akadémikus
  3804. Q18672557 (1875–1963) Hungarian veterinary physician
  3805. Q18672565 Keating, Thomas (c.1787–1870), chemist and druggist
  3806. Q18672568 Kennedy, Alexander (1695–c.1785), violin maker
  3807. Q18672574 Killigrew, Thomas (bap. 1694, d. 1719), playwright
  3808. Q18672580 Knell, Thomas, the younger (1543/4–c.1592), Church of England clergyman and pamphleteer
  3809. Q18672582 Kyngesbury [Kyngusbury], Thomas (fl. 1351–1396), Franciscan friar
  3810. Q18672584 Lane, Thomas (b. c.1660, d. in or after 1704), civil lawyer
  3811. Q18672588 Langley, Batty (bap. 1696, d. 1751), writer on architecture
  3812. Q18672591 Lascelles, Thomas (1669/70–1751), military engineer
  3813. Q18672593 Lawson, Thomas (1619/20–1695), Independent minister
  3814. Q18672598 Llewelyn, Thomas (c.1720–1783), Particular Baptist minister
  3815. Q18672603 Asa Briggs, ‘Longman family (per. 1724–1972)’, first published
  3816. Q18672608 Chris Evans, ‘Hawks family (per. c.1750–1863)’, first published
  3817. Q18672609 British ornithologist (fl. 1791–1796)
  3818. Q18672613 Ludlam, William (bap. 1717, d. 1788), mathematician and writer on theology
  3819. Q18672614 Lupton, Thomas (fl. 1572–1584), political and religious controversialist
  3820. Q18672617 David Crouch, ‘Mallory family (per. c.1100–1300)’, first published
  3821. Q18672619 Mallory, Thomas (1604/5–1671), Church of England clergyman
  3822. Q18672625 Mathison, Thomas (bap. 1721, d. 1760), writer on golf
  3823. Q18672627 Mocket, Thomas (c.1602–1670?), ejected minister and religious controversialist
  3824. Q18672630 Newcombe, Thomas, the elder (1625x7–1681), printer
  3825. Q18672632 Newlin, Thomas (bap. 1688, d. 1744), Church of England clergyman
  3826. Q18672633 Offley, Sir Thomas (c.1505–1582), mayor of London
  3827. Q18672636 Peat, Thomas (1707/8–1780), lecturer on science and almanac editor
  3828. Q18672645 Riddell, Sir Thomas (bap. 1602, d. 1652), royalist army officer
  3829. Q18672650 Jan Broadway, ‘Rous family (per. 1506–1729)’, first published
  3830. Q18672661 Stocker, Thomas (fl. 1563–1593), translator
  3831. Q18672664 Tickell, Thomas (bap. 1623, d. 1692), estate steward
  3832. Q18672665 Trussell, Thomas (b. in or before 1564, d. 1640), army officer and military writer
  3833. Q18672672 Walmsley, Thomas (1763–1805/6), landscape painter
  3834. Q18672673 Warren, Thomas (c.1617–1694), Presbyterian minister
  3835. Q18672674 Watts, Thomas (1523/4–1577), Church of England clergyman
  3836. Q18672679 Withers, Thomas (bap. 1769, d. 1843), naval officer
  3837. Q18672681 Kendall, Timothy (fl. 1572–1577), translator and poet
  3838. Q18672682 Rogers, Timothy (bap. 1589, d. 1655), Church of England clergyman
  3839. Q18672684 Willis, Timothy (b. 1560, d. in or after 1620), medical practitioner and writer on alchemy
  3840. Q18672690 Ferrar, John (c.1588–1657), merchant and politician
  3841. Q18672692 Chiriton, Walter (fl. 1340–1358), merchant and financier
  3842. Q18672696 Ogilvy, Sir Walter, of Lintrathen (c.1380–1438), administrator and landowner
  3843. Q18672709 Blomfild [Blomefield], William (fl. 1529–1574), alchemist and priest
  3844. Q18672710 Boothby, Sir William, first baronet (bap. 1637, d. 1707), book collector
  3845. Q18672712 Cameron, William [nicknamed Hawkie] (c.1787–1851), pedlar and beggar
  3846. Q18672719 Cotesworth, William (c.1668–1726), merchant and industrialist
  3847. Q18672724 Anthony Verduyn, ‘Darcy family (per. c.1284–1488)’, first published
  3848. Q18672730 Fletcher, William (b. 1773, d. in or after 1841), valet
  3849. Q18672731 Laurence Ince, ‘Forman family (per. 1784–c.1870)’, first published
  3850. Q18672735 Chris Evans, ‘Gibbons family (per. c.1735–1863)’, first published
  3851. Q18672749 Gough, William (1653/4–1682), antiquary
  3852. Q18672757 Green, William (1713/14–1794), Hebraist
  3853. Q18672773 Hallifax, William (1655–1721/2), Church of England clergyman
  3854. Q18672778 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Harrington family (per. c.1300–1512)’, first published
  3855. Q18672781 Harris, William (c.1546–1602), Roman Catholic priest
  3856. Q18672783 Harris, William (1775x7–1830), Independent minister
  3857. Q18672790 Hawkins, William (c.1519–1589), merchant and sea captain
  3858. Q18672797 Haywood, William (1599/1600–1663), Church of England clergyman
  3859. Q18672799 Heale, William (1581/2–1628), Church of England clergyman and writer on women
  3860. Q18672800 Heard, William (fl. 1771–1777), playwright and poet
  3861. Q18672803 Heather, William (c.1563–1627), musician and benefactor
  3862. Q18672804 Hendley, William (1690/91–1724), Church of England clergyman
  3863. Q18672806 Herbert, William (d. 1333/1337?), Franciscan theologian
  3864. Q18672808 Herbert [Harbert], William (1583?–1628), poet and adventurer
  3865. Q18672809 Herbert, William (fl. c.1606–1662), translator and author of religious tracts
  3866. Q18672813 Hibbart [Hibbert], William (bap. 1725, d. 1808), printmaker
  3867. Q18672814 Hicks, William (bap. 1621, d. 1660), religious writer
  3868. Q18672815 Hicks, William (fl. c.1630–1682), editor of miscellanies
  3869. Q18672818 Higford, William (1580/81–1657), writer on conduct
  3870. Q18672821 English reinstated ejected minister (fl. 1647–1662)
  3871. Q18672825 Hodson, William (fl. 1617–1640), poet and religious writer
  3872. Q18672828 Holman, William (bap. 1669, d. 1730), county historian
  3873. Q18672834 Hornby, William (fl. 1618–1622), poet
  3874. Q18672837 Howell, William (1631/2–1683), historian and civil lawyer
  3875. Q18672838 Howell, William (1655/6–1714), Church of England clergyman
  3876. Q18672843 Hudson, William (c.1577–1635), barrister and writer
  3877. Q18672852 British topographical painter and picture dealer (fl. 1760–1771)
  3878. Q18672853 Jameson, William (fl. 1689–1720), university teacher and religious controversialist
  3879. Q18672863 Joy [Joyce], William (1675?–1734), strongman
  3880. Q18672864 Joy, William (b. 1803, d. in or after 1859), marine painter
  3881. Q18672865 Joyner [alias Lyde], William (bap. 1622, d. 1706), writer and playwright
  3882. Q18672867 Kearney, William Henry (1800/01–1858), watercolour painter
  3883. Q18672868 C. A. McGladdery, ‘Keith family (per. c.1300–c.1530)’, first published
  3884. Q18672872 Keith, William, third Earl Marischal (c.1510–1581), magnate
  3885. Q18672874 Kemp [Kempe], William (c.1560–1601), writer on education
  3886. Q18672881 Kingsley, William (1698/9–1769), army officer
  3887. Q18672887 Knollys, Charles, styled fourth earl of Banbury (bap. 1662, d. 1740), peerage claimant and duellist
  3888. Q18672898 Latimer, William, second Lord Latimer (c.1276–1327), soldier and administrator
  3889. Q18672901 Lawrence, William (c.1613–1682), lawyer
  3890. Q18672908 Lemprière, William (b. before 1789, d. 1834), military physician and writer
  3891. Q18672912 Lewis, William (1591/2–1667), Church of England clergyman
  3892. Q18672921 London, William (fl. 1653–1660), bookseller
  3893. Q18672923 Asa Briggs, ‘Longman family (per. 1724–1972)’, first published
  3894. Q18672930 Scottish Parliamentarian army officer (fl. 1645–1650)
  3895. Q18672933 David Crouch, ‘Mallory family (per. c.1100–1300)’, first published
  3896. Q18672938 Mead, William (c.1627–1713), Quaker patron and merchant
  3897. Q18672947 Nicolls, Mathias (bap. 1626, d. 1692/3), jurist and colonial administrator
  3898. Q18672958 Phelps, William (bap. 1776, d. 1856), topographer
  3899. Q18672959 Pinke, William (c.1599–1629), scholar and author
  3900. Q18672962 Punt, William (fl. 1548–1563), polemicist and book smuggler
  3901. Q18672975 British writer on South America (born 1787?, died after 1830)
  3902. Q18672982 Thorpe, William (fl. 1381–1407), Lollard preacher
  3903. Q18672987 Wade, William (1734/5–1809), master of ceremonies
  3904. Q18672988 Sally Drage, ‘Wainwright family (per. c.1750–1825)’, first published
  3905. Q18672991 Whittingham, William (1740/41–1797), bookseller and printer
  3906. Q18673299 Hartley, David (c.1731–1770), coiner
  3907. Q18673394 Powell, Edward [called Anderson of the Fens] (bap. 1608, d. in or after 1642), protester
  3908. Q18673938 Ogle, Sir John (bap. 1569, d. 1640), army officer
  3909. Q18673939 Ogle, John (c.1652/3–c.1692), wit and gambler
  3910. Q18673944 Panke, John (fl. 1604–1618), Church of England clergyman and author
  3911. Q18673945 Paston, John (c.1510–1575/6), courtier
  3912. Q18673946 Pechey, John (bap. 1654, d. 1718), physician
  3913. Q18673947 Charles Kightly, ‘Lollard knights (act. c.1380–c.1414)’, first published
  3914. Q18673948 Pechey, John (bap. 1654, d. 1718), physician
  3915. Q18673953 Pettus, Sir John (c.1613–1685), natural philosopher and politician
  3916. Q18673958 Prime, John (1549/50–1596), Church of England clergyman and preacher
  3917. Q18673959 Purcell, John (c.1674–1730), physician
  3918. Q18673965 Sabatier, John (1712/13–1780), silk weaver
  3919. Q18673968 Securis [Hatchett], John (fl. 1550–1580), physician
  3920. Q18673969 Maureen M. Meikle, ‘Selby family (per. c.1520–1646)’, first published
  3921. Q18673972 Seward [Seguarde], John (1364/5–1435/6), schoolmaster, grammarian, and poet
  3922. Q18673975 Simeon, Sir John, first baronet (1755/6–1824), lawyer and politician
  3923. Q18673977 Skeffington, John, second Viscount Massereene (bap. 1632, d. 1695), nobleman
  3924. Q18673979 Spittlehouse, John (bap. 1612, d. in or after 1657), Fifth Monarchist
  3925. Q18673983 Sudeley, ‘Sudeley family (per. c.1050–1336)’, first published
  3926. Q18673986 Thorpe, John, first Lord Thorpe (c.1270–1324), baron and administrator
  3927. Q18673996 Whitaker, John (1776?–1847), composer
  3928. Q18674001 Woodhouse, John (c.1627–1700), Presbyterian minister and tutor
  3929. Q18674003 Wynne, John Huddlestone (bap. 1742, d. 1788), historian and writer
  3930. Q18674005 Day, Joseph (bap. 1758?, d. 1832), lawyer and proposer of reforms
  3931. Q18674006 Denison, Joseph (c.1726–1806), banker
  3932. Q18674009 Glass, Joseph (1791/2–1867), philanthropist and inventor of machinery for sweeping chimneys
  3933. Q18674012 Hallett, Joseph (I) (bap. 1620, d. 1689), clergyman and ejected minister
  3934. Q18674013 Harris, Joseph (fl. 1684–1703), actor and playwright
  3935. Q18674016 Harrop, Joseph (bap. 1727, d. 1804), newspaper proprietor and printer
  3936. Q18674019 Hewlett, Joseph Thomas James (bap. 1800, d. 1847), novelist and Church of England clergyman
  3937. Q18674026 Jacob, Joseph (c.1667–1722), Independent minister
  3938. Q18674035 Price, Joseph (c.1727–1796), merchant and pamphleteer
  3939. Q18674036 Price, Joseph (1736?–1807), Church of England clergyman and diarist
  3940. Q18674038 Sanford [Sandford], Joseph (bap. 1691, d. 1774), antiquary and bibliophile
  3941. Q18674045 Jacob, Joshua (c.1802–1877), founder of the White Quakers
  3942. Q18674047 Jones, Jeremiah (1693/4–1724), Independent minister and biblical scholar
  3943. Q18674056 Charlotte Yeldham, ‘Hayllar family (per. c.1850–c.1900)’, first published
  3944. Q18674061 Sutton, Katherine (fl. 1630–1663), prophetess
  3945. Q18674062 Tomlinson, Kenelm [Kellom] (b. c.1693, d. in or after 1754?), dancing-master and choreographer
  3946. Q18674066 Gibson, Kennett (bap. 1729, d. 1772), antiquary
  3947. Q18674071 Howell, Laurence (c.1664–1720), nonjuring Church of England clergyman
  3948. Q18674075 English clockmaker (fl. 1321–1349)
  3949. Q18674078 Dinwiddie, Lawrence (1696/7–1764), merchant and civic leader
  3950. Q18674087 Hereward [called Hereward the Wake] (fl. 1070–1071), rebel
  3951. Q18674091 Hughes, Lewis (b. c.1570, d. in or after 1646), Church of England clergyman
  3952. Q18674094 Lewis, Lewis Jenkin [called Lewsyn yr Heliwr] (bap. 1793, d. 1848), radical leader in Wales
  3953. Q18674095 Owen, Lewis (1571/2–1633?), religious controversialist and spy
  3954. Q18674105 J. S. Hamilton, ‘Lords ordainer (act. 1310–1313)’, first published
  3955. Q18674108 Traversagni, Lorenzo Guglielmo [Laurentius Guilelmus Traversanus Savonensis, Laurence William of Savona] (c.1425–1503), Franciscan friar and humanist scholar
  3956. Q18674110 Hunton, Louis [Lewis] (bap. 1814, d. 1838), geologist and chemist
  3957. Q18674114 Grant, Ludovick, of that ilk (1650?–1716), politician and army officer
  3958. Q18674117 Hartry, Malachy [formerly John] (b. 1580?, d. in or after 1651), historian
  3959. Q18674120 John Purser, ‘MacCrimmon family (per. 1600–1746)’, first published
  3960. Q18674121 Iain F. Russell, ‘McAlpine family (per. c.1870–1967)’, first published
  3961. Q18674122 John Hunt, ‘Musard family (per. c.1070–c.1330)’, first published
  3962. Q18674124 Raphael, Marco (fl. 1529–1534), Hebraist
  3963. Q18674136 J. C. B. Cooksey, ‘Nasmyth family (per. 1788–1884)’, first published
  3964. Q18674137 Colin Richmond, ‘Paston family (per. c.1420–1504)’, first published
  3965. Q18674140 Joseph S. Block, ‘Shelton family (per. 1504–1558)’, first published
  3966. Q18674142 English heiress (c.1401–1493)
  3967. Q18674143 Gastineau, Henry (1790/91–1876), landscape painter
  3968. Q18674147 Marshall, Marian Sutton (1847/8–1901), secretary and trade unionist
  3969. Q18674155 Peter Wakelin, ‘Harford family (per. c.1700–1866)’, first published
  3970. Q18674157 Lewis, Mark (1621/2–1681), Church of England clergyman and schoolmaster
  3971. Q18674178 Wright, Sir Martin (1692/3–1767), judge
  3972. Q18674194 Charlotte Yeldham, ‘Hayllar family (per. c.1850–c.1900)’, first published
  3973. Q18674200 English flower painter (fl. 1794–1830)
  3974. Q18674204 Shelton, Mary [married names Mary Heveningham, Lady Heveningham; Mary Appleyard] (1510x15–1570/71), contributor to manuscript miscellany
  3975. Q18674207 Keugh, Mathew (c.1744–1798), army officer and Irish nationalist
  3976. Q18674209 Godwin [Godwyn], Matthew (1569?–1587), organist and choirmaster
  3977. Q18674211 Hole, Matthew (1639/40–1730), Church of England clergyman and religious writer
  3978. Q18674212 Hutton, Matthew (1638/9–1711), antiquary
  3979. Q18674214 King, Matthew Peter (c.1773–1823), composer
  3980. Q18674216 Lister, Sir Matthew (bap. 1571, d. 1656), physician
  3981. Q18674219 Adam White, ‘Christmas family (per. c.1610–c.1640)’, first published
  3982. Q18674222 Drummond, May (1709/10–1772), Quaker minister
  3983. Q18674225 English ironmaster (1623/4–c.1670)
  3984. Q18674229 Jermin [German], Michael (bap. 1590, d. 1659), Church of England clergyman
  3985. Q18674233 Sparke, Michael (b. in or before 1586, d. 1653), bookseller
  3986. Q18674236 Kathryn Faulkner, ‘Beauchamp, de, family (per. c.1080–c.1265)’, first published
  3987. Q18674239 David J. Golby, ‘Corri family (per. c.1770–1860)’, first published
  3988. Q18674245 O'Carroll, Mulroney [called Mulroney the Great] (c.1470–1532), chieftain
  3989. Q18674253 Henshaw, Nathaniel (bap. 1628, d. 1673), physician
  3990. Q18674254 Lancaster, Nathaniel (b. in or after 1700, d. 1775), Church of England clergyman and satirist
  3991. Q18674259 Le Févre, Nicaise [Nicasius, Nicolas] (c.1610–1669), chemist
  3992. Q18674261 C. B. Phillips, ‘Curwen family (per. c.1500–c.1725)’, first published
  3993. Q18674262 Gibbens, Nicholas (fl. 1601–1602), Church of England clergyman
  3994. Q18674264 Harvey, Sir Nicholas (c.1491–1532), diplomat
  3995. Q18674266 Haward, Nicholas (fl. 1564–1569), author
  3996. Q18674271 Leate, Nicholas (1565/6–1631), merchant
  3997. Q18674272 Lesse, Nicholas (fl. 1548–1550), translator
  3998. Q18674274 Litlyngton [Litlington], Nicholas (b. before 1315, d. 1386), abbot of Westminster
  3999. Q18674275 Maguire, Nicholas (1458/9–1512), bishop of Leighlin
  4000. Q18674283 Howe, Obadiah (1615/16–1683), Church of England clergyman and author
  4001. Q18674284 Leigh, Charles (bap. 1572, d. 1605), merchant and sea captain
  4002. Q18674285 Tyndall, Onesiphorus (bap. 1689, d. 1757), banker and merchant
  4003. Q18674287 Sudeley, ‘Sudeley family (per. c.1050–1336)’, first published
  4004. Q18674288 Jones, Edward [pseud. Ned Môn] (fl. 1771–1840), author
  4005. Q18674290 Ogle, Owen [Ewyn], second Baron Ogle (c.1440–1486), landowner
  4006. Q18674292 Mac Giolla Fhiondáin, Pádraig (c.1665–1733), poet
  4007. Q18674296 Scottish historian (fl. 1606–1649)
  4008. Q18674299 Ker, Patrick (fl. 1684–1691), writer
  4009. Q18674300 John Purser, ‘MacCrimmon family (per. 1600–1746)’, first published
  4010. Q18674304 English Roman Catholic priest (b. 1573?, d. in or after 1642)
  4011. Q18674305 Hiffernan, Paul (1719?–1777), writer and playwright
  4012. Q18674307 Micklethwaite, Paul (1588/9–1639), Church of England clergyman
  4013. Q18674309 Johnston, Nathaniel (bap. 1629?, d. 1705), political theorist and antiquary
  4014. Q18674313 Abbott, Peter Harriss (1774/5–1850), accountant and official assignee
  4015. Q18674314 Aram, Peter (bap. 1667, d. 1735), gardener and writer
  4016. Q18674323 Levens [Levins], Peter (fl. 1552–1587), lexicographer
  4017. Q18674327 Mills, Peter (bap. 1598, d. 1670), surveyor and architect
  4018. Q18674335 Kathleen Thompson, ‘Dunstanville, de, family (per. c.1090–c.1292)’, first published
  4019. Q18674340 Kinder, Philip (b. 1597, d. in or after 1665), writer and physician
  4020. Q18674342 Lockhart, Philip (1689?–1715), army officer and Jacobite sympathizer
  4021. Q18674345 Luckombe, Philip (bap. 1730, d. 1803), printer and writer
  4022. Q18674346 Cook, Sir Thomas (c.1410–1478), draper and mayor of London
  4023. Q18674352 Le Geyt, Philippe (bap. 1635, d. 1716), jurist
  4024. Q18674357 Keith Dockray, ‘Greystoke family (per. 1321–1487)’, first published
  4025. Q18674358 Sudeley, ‘Sudeley family (per. c.1050–1336)’, first published
  4026. Q18674359 Radcliffe, Ralph (1518/19–1559), schoolmaster and playwright
  4027. Q18674360 Holme, Randle (1570/71–1655), herald
  4028. Q18674365 Jewett, Randolph (1602/3–1675), organist and composer
  4029. Q18674369 Lambourne [Lamborn], Reginald (fl. 1351–1377), astrologer
  4030. Q18674371 Grignion, Charles (bap. 1721, d. 1810), engraver and draughtsman
  4031. Q18674375 Jones, Rice (fl. 1650–1663), Quaker schismatic
  4032. Q18674378 Bentley, Richard (bap. 1645, d. 1697), bookseller
  4033. Q18674379 Boreman, Richard (c.1485x90–c.1558), abbot of St Albans
  4034. Q18674385 Cocks, Sir Richard, second baronet (c.1659–1726), parliamentary diarist and religious controversialist
  4035. Q18674388 Laurence Ince, ‘Forman family (per. 1784–c.1870)’, first published
  4036. Q18674395 Gething, Richard (1585?–1652?), writing-master
  4037. Q18674397 Gilbert, Richard (c.1794–1852), printer and editor of reference works
  4038. Q18674398 Godfrey, Richard Bernard (b. c.1728, d. in or after 1795), draughtsman and printmaker
  4039. Q18674400 Goodenough, Richard (fl. 1671–1687), whig conspirator
  4040. Q18674401 Goodrich [Goodryck], Richard (b. before 1508, d. 1562), lawyer and administrator
  4041. Q18674402 Goodson, Richard (c.1655–1718), organist and composer
  4042. Q18674404 Gove, Richard (1586/7–1668), Church of England clergyman
  4043. Q18674405 Graham, Richard (fl. 1695–1727), author
  4044. Q18674407 Grey, John, third Baron Grey of Codnor (1305x11?–1392), soldier
  4045. Q18674408 Griffith, Richard (1635?–1691), physician
  4046. Q18674413 Hall, Richard (c.1537–1604), Roman Catholic priest and author
  4047. Q18674415 Harris, Richard (1557/8–1621), Church of England clergyman and author
  4048. Q18674416 Hathaway, Richard (fl. 1696–1702), alleged victim of witchcraft
  4049. Q18681454 Meades, Anna (bap. 1734, d. in or before 1779?), novelist
  4050. Q18681458 Buckeridge, Baynbrigg (1667/8–1733), writer on art
  4051. Q18681468 McBane, Donald (1664–c.1730), army officer and writer on swordsmanship
  4052. Q18681479 Biddulph, Francis (bap. 1734, d. 1800), banker
  4053. Q18681485 London merchant (fl. 1624–1634)
  4054. Q18681501 Carrick, James [alias Valentine Carrick] (c.1695–1722), highwayman
  4055. Q18681507 Purser, John (fl. 1728–1747), printer and Jacobite sympathizer
  4056. Q18681508 Aickin, Joseph (fl. 1693–1705?), grammarian
  4057. Q18681511 Macaulay, Kenneth (1723/4–1779), Church of Scotland minister and local historian
  4058. Q18681517 Levy, Lewis (1785/6–1856), farmer of tolls
  4059. Q18681520 Heron, Mary (fl. 1786–1792), poet and writer
  4060. Q18681521 Moutray, John, of Roscobie (1722/3–1785), naval officer
  4061. Q18681524 Henley, Michael (c.1742–1813), merchant and shipowner
  4062. Q18681528 Croft, Sir Richard (1429/30–1509), royal official
  4063. Q18681529 Hilles, Richard (c.1514–1587), religious activist
  4064. Q18681530 Nutt, Richard (1693/4?–1780), printer and publisher
  4065. Q18681541 Wiliam Dafydd Llywelyn (b. 1525/6, d. in or after 1606), scribe of Welsh manuscripts
  4066. Q18681543 Bodwrda, William (1592/3–1660), Church of England clergyman and manuscript copyist
  4067. Q18681545 Mauduit, William (c.1090–c.1158), baron
  4068. Q18699627 US-amerikanischer Mediziner und Botaniker (1828–1875)
  4069. Q18699627 American physician and botanist (1828–1875)
  4070. Q18699627 amerikaanschen Dokter un Botaniker (1828–1875)
  4071. Q18699627 amerikanischä Mediziner und Bodanikä (1828–1875)
  4072. Q18704727 tárca nélküli munkaügyi és népjóléti miniszter, szociáldemokrata politikus (1877–1928)
  4073. Q18715677 Économiste français (1904-1979)
  4074. Q18729919 Ketelbey, Abel (1675/6–1744), barrister and politician
  4075. Q18729922 Nicholas, Abraham (1692–c.1744), writing-master
  4076. Q18729923 Thornton, Abraham (c.1793–1860), bricklayer and accused murderer
  4077. Q18729927 Newmarket, Sir Adam of [Sir Adam de Novo Mercato] (b. in or before 1226, d. in or before 1291), baronial leader
  4078. Q18729946 McGlashan, Alexander (c.1740–1797), violinist and bandleader
  4079. Q18729949 Mylne, Alexander (c.1470–1548), abbot of Cambuskenneth and historian
  4080. Q18729954 Petrie, Alexander (c.1594–1662), Presbyterian minister in the Netherlands
  4081. Q18729963 Lucy [née Spencer], Alice, Lady Lucy (c.1594–1648), puritan gentlewoman
  4082. Q18729967 Marsh, Alphonso (bap. 1627, d. 1681), musician and composer
  4083. Q18729978 Parsons, Andrew (1615/16–1684), nonconformist minister
  4084. Q18729982 Barnes [née Cappuccio], Annie (c.1887–1982), socialist and suffragist
  4085. Q18729985 Marten [Martin], Anthony (c.1542–1597), courtier and author
  4086. Q18729986 Nesbit, Anthony (bap. 1778, d. 1859), schoolmaster and land surveyor
  4087. Q18729987 Nixon, Anthony (fl. 1592–1616), pamphleteer
  4088. Q18729995 McLellan, Archibald (1795/1797–1854), art collector and local politician
  4089. Q18730002 Newman, Arthur (fl. 1614–1619), poet and essayist
  4090. Q18730016 Michael Hicks, ‘Lisle family (per. c.1277–1542)’, first published
  4091. Q18730018 Peter Longley, ‘Longley family (per. c.1860–1994)’, first published
  4092. Q18730020 Martyn [Martin], Henry (bap. 1665, d. 1721), essayist and economist
  4093. Q18730045 Mac Cába, Cathaoir (fl. 1728–1739), poet and harper
  4094. Q18730052 Cook [née Graves], Cecily Mary (1889/90–1962), trade unionist and suffrage campaigner
  4095. Q18730054 Levetus [née Moss], Celia (c.1819–1873), writer
  4096. Q18730058 Jonathan Brown, ‘Burrell family (per. c.1800–1929)’, first published
  4097. Q18730063 Maclean, Charles (fl. 1788–1824), physician and writer on politics
  4098. Q18730067 Mason, Charles (1616/17–1677/8), Church of England clergyman
  4099. Q18730073 Miles, William Augustus (1753/4–1817), political writer
  4100. Q18730079 Morgan, Sir Charles (1575/6–1643), army officer
  4101. Q18730097 Robson, Charles (1597/8–1638), Church of England clergyman and travel writer
  4102. Q18730101 Meidel, Christopher (b. c.1659, d. in or before 1715), Quaker minister and translator
  4103. Q18730109 Norton, Christopher (1738?–1799), engraver, painter, and antiquary
  4104. Q18730112 Maidstone [Maydestone], Clement (c.1389–1456), Bridgettine monk and liturgical writer
  4105. Q18730116 Owen, Corbet (1645/6–1671), Latin poet
  4106. Q18730120 Manuche, Cosmo (bap. 1613, d. 1673?), playwright
  4107. Q18730123 Robinson, Crutch (fl. 1804–1830), bookmaker
  4108. Q18730130 Norcum [Norcombe], Daniel (1570x85–1653), musician
  4109. Q18730137 Casley, David (1681/2–1754), librarian
  4110. Q18730142 Dignan, David Brown (b. 1754/5, d. in or after 1780), author and fraudster
  4111. Q18730144 Lyle, David (fl. 1755–1762), maker of mathematical instruments and stenographer
  4112. Q18730158 Nicholls, Degory (c.1545–c.1591), college head
  4113. Q18730159 Hempson, Denis (1694/5?–1807), harpist
  4114. Q18730162 Karen Jankulak, ‘Dinham family (per. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  4115. Q18730173 Mackenzie, Dugal (supp. c.1545–1588?), author and teacher
  4116. Q18730192 Passele, Sir Edmund (b. in or before 1267, d. 1327), lawyer and justice
  4117. Q18730193 Sale [alias Neville], Edmund (1604/5–1647/8), Jesuit
  4118. Q18730195 Somers, Edmund Sigismund (1759?–1824), physician
  4119. Q18730197 Barlow, Edward (1642–1706?), mariner
  4120. Q18730199 Megan Aldrich, ‘Crace family (per. c.1725–c.1900)’, first published
  4121. Q18730203 London criminal (fl. 1900–1930)
  4122. Q18730204 Everard, Edward Cape (b. 1755, d. in or after 1818), dancer and actor
  4123. Q18730213 Michelborne, Edward (1564/5–1626), Latin poet
  4124. Q18730217 Molins, Edward (1610?–1663), surgeon
  4125. Q18730218 More, Edward (c.1537–1620), poet
  4126. Q18730220 Moreton, William (1640/41–1715), Church of Ireland bishop of Meath
  4127. Q18730222 Morris, Edward (bap. 1633, d. 1689), drover and Welsh-language poet
  4128. Q18730223 Murphy [Morphy], Edward (1650/51–1728), Roman Catholic archbishop of Dublin
  4129. Q18730227 Nichols [Nicholls], Edward (bap. 1583?, d. 1622?), sailor
  4130. Q18730229 Noel, Edward, second Viscount Campden (bap. 1582, d. 1643), royalist nobleman
  4131. Q18730231 Nourse, Edward (bap. 1701, d. 1761), surgeon
  4132. Q18730238 Scarisbrick [alias Neville], Edward (1639–1709), Jesuit
  4133. Q18730247 Talbot, John, first earl of Shrewsbury and first earl of Waterford (c.1387–1453), soldier
  4134. Q18730255 Anne Polden, ‘Abenon, d', family (per. 1086–c.1400)’, first published
  4135. Q18730259 Wilkinson [née Gifford], Elizabeth (1612/13–1654), spiritual autobiographer
  4136. Q18730261 Enoch ap Evan (c.1599–1633), murderer
  4137. Q18730269 Townshend [née Harrison], Etheldreda [Audrey], Viscountess Townshend (c.1708–1788), society hostess
  4138. Q18730277 Alford, Francis (c.1530–1592), civil lawyer and member of parliament
  4139. Q18730280 Hughes, Francis (1666/7–1744), singer
  4140. Q18730283 Michell, Francis (b. c.1556, d. in or after 1628), administrator
  4141. Q18730284 Moore, Francis (bap. 1708, d. in or after 1756), geographer
  4142. Q18730286 Nethersole, Sir Francis (bap. 1587, d. 1659), diplomat and politician
  4143. Q18730291 Price, Francis (bap. 1704?, d. 1753), architectural surveyor and author
  4144. Q18730293 Wells, Francis (1606/7–1684x9), Church of England clergyman
  4145. Q18730301 Martindell [Martindale, Martindall], Sir Gabriel (1754/5–1831), army officer in the East India Company
  4146. Q18730302 Odingsells, Gabriel (1690?–1734), playwright
  4147. Q18730304 Nash, Gawen [Gawin] (1605/6–1658), Church of England clergyman
  4148. Q18730309 Timothy Clayton, Anita McConnell, ‘Alken family (per. 1745–1894)’, first published
  4149. Q18730315 Macartney, George (c.1660–1730), army officer
  4150. Q18730337 Meriton, George (b. 1634, d. in or before 1711), legal writer
  4151. Q18730348 Motherby, George (bap. 1731, d. 1793), physician
  4152. Q18730353 Nicholson, George (1795?–1838), artist
  4153. Q18730355 North, George (fl. 1561–1581), translator
  4154. Q18730358 Norwych, George (b. before 1405, d. 1469), abbot of Westminster
  4155. Q18730362 Ritschel, George (bap. 1658, d. 1718), Church of England clergyman
  4156. Q18730365 Webbe, George (b. 1581, d. in or before 1642), Church of Ireland bishop of Limerick
  4157. Q18730371 Napier, Sir Gerard, first baronet (bap. 1606, d. 1673), politician
  4158. Q18730373 Murray, Sir Gideon, of Elibank, Lord Elibank (c.1560–1621), politician and judge
  4159. Q18730374 Passano, Giovanni Gioacchino di [John Joachim de Passano] (fl. 1520–1547), diplomat
  4160. Q18730405 Elsynge, Henry (bap. 1577, d. 1635), parliamentary official
  4161. Q18730407 Hawkyns, Henry (c.1553–1630), civil lawyer and diplomatic agent
  4162. Q18730411 Manship, Henry (c.1550–1625), historian
  4163. Q18730414 Martyn [Martin], Henry (bap. 1665, d. 1721), essayist and economist
  4164. Q18730416 Merewether, Henry Alworth (1780/81–1864), serjeant-at-law
  4165. Q18730419 Michell, Henry (1713/14–1789), classical scholar
  4166. Q18730420 Middleton, Henry (b. in or before 1546, d. 1587), printer
  4167. Q18730421 Mollineux [née Southworth], Mary (1651?–1696), poet
  4168. Q18730426 Mordaunt, Henry (1681?–1710), naval officer
  4169. Q18730428 Munday, Henry (bap. 1623, d. 1682), schoolmaster and physician
  4170. Q18730431 Norris, Henry (1661x5–1731), actor
  4171. Q18730432 Oasland [Osland], Henry (bap. 1625, d. 1703), clergyman and ejected minister
  4172. Q18730434 Salesbury [Salisbury], Henry (b. 1560/61, d. in or after 1632), grammarian and lexicographer
  4173. Q18730442 Montmorency [Mount Maurice], Hervey de (fl. c.1135–c.1189), adventurer
  4174. Q18730446 Morres, Hervey Redmond, second Viscount Mountmorres (1741/2–1797), politician
  4175. Q18730447 Moret, Hubert (fl. 1531–1536), goldsmith and jeweller
  4176. Q18730449 Kathryn Faulkner, ‘Beauchamp, de, family (per. c.1080–c.1265)’, first published
  4177. Q18730450 MacKail [MacKaile], Hugh (1640/41–1666), Church of Scotland minister and martyr
  4178. Q18730455 Martin, Hugh (bap. 1822, d. 1885), Free Church of Scotland minister
  4179. Q18730463 Morrell, Hugh (fl. 1601–1660), merchant
  4180. Q18730480 Mac Mahon [MacMahon], Hugh Oge (1606/7–1644), conspirator
  4181. Q18730487 Mill, Humphrey (fl. 1639–1646), poet
  4182. Q18730501 Neville, Sir Humphrey (c.1439–1469), rebel
  4183. Q18730508 Philips, Humphrey (1632/3–1707), Presbyterian minister
  4184. Q18730524 MacCodrum, Iain [John] (1693?–1779), Scottish Gaelic poet
  4185. Q18730528 Helen Williams, Alistair McCleery, ‘Nelson family (per. 1780–1958)’, first published
  4186. Q18730627 MacGregor, James (c.1480–1551), collector of poetry and dean of Lismore
  4187. Q18730637 Mackenzie, James (1682?–1761), physician
  4188. Q18730696 Magee, John (1750?–1809), journalist
  4189. Q18730715 Mason, James (c.1723–1805), landscape engraver
  4190. Q18730721 Mason, James (1778/9–1827), writer
  4191. Q18730881 Milner, James (b. after 1653, d. 1721), merchant and financier
  4192. Q18730929 Molins, James (bap. 1631, d. 1687), surgeon
  4193. Q18730939 Molins, James (bap. 1651, d. 1689), surgeon
  4194. Q18730965 Moor, James (bap. 1712, d. 1779), classical scholar
  4195. Q18731038 Neale, James (bap. 1722, d. 1792), biblical scholar and Church of England clergyman
  4196. Q18731082 C. E. Challis, ‘Roettier family (per. c.1620–1784)’, first published
  4197. Q18731106 Woodhouse, James (bap. 1735, d. 1820), poet
  4198. Q18731188 Karen Jankulak, ‘Dinham family (per. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  4199. Q18731243 Clanvow, Sir John (c.1341–1391), courtier and poet
  4200. Q18731261 Karen Jankulak, ‘Dinham family (per. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  4201. Q18731316 Robert W. Dunning, ‘Luttrell family (per. c.1200–1428)’, first published
  4202. Q18731437 Machon, John (1602?–1679/80), Church of England clergyman
  4203. Q18731493 MacLeod, John (1756/7–1841), Church of Scotland minister and Gaelic scholar
  4204. Q18731545 Macvicar, John (c.1795–1858/9), textile merchant and civic leader
  4205. Q18731562 Magee, John (1750?–1809), journalist
  4206. Q18731586 Malcome, John (c.1656–1729), minister of the Presbyterian General Synod of Ulster
  4207. Q18731595 Malham, John (bap. 1747, d. 1821), schoolmaster and writer
  4208. Q18731624 Maplet, John (1611x15–1670), physician
  4209. Q18731632 March, John (bap. 1640, d. 1692), Church of England clergyman and scholar
  4210. Q18731641 Mardisley, John (fl. 1350–1375), Franciscan friar and theologian
  4211. Q18731649 Marjoribanks, John (1758/9–1796), poet and army officer
  4212. Q18731713 Massey, John (1650/51–1715), dean of Christ Church, Oxford, and Roman Catholic convert
  4213. Q18731731 Maxwell, John, fourth Lord Herries of Terregles (c.1512–1583), nobleman
  4214. Q18731768 McLeod, John (c.1777–1820), naval surgeon and author
  4215. Q18731834 Mercer, John (c.1300–1380), merchant
  4216. Q18731845 Meriton, John (1630/31?–1704), Church of England clergyman
  4217. Q18731873 Milbourn, John (fl. 1763–1816), artist
  4218. Q18731883 Miley, John (1805?–1861), Roman Catholic priest
  4219. Q18731911 Millner, John (fl. 1701–1736), soldier and military writer
  4220. Q18731928 Milton, John (fl. 1743–1776), painter
  4221. Q18731958 Milward, John (1619/20–1680x83), clergyman and ejected minister
  4222. Q18732002 Mohun, John, first Lord Mohun (1269?–1330), landowner and soldier
  4223. Q18732074 Moore, John (bap. 1643, d. 1717), Presbyterian minister and nonconformist tutor
  4224. Q18732112 Moreman, John (c.1490–1554), Roman Catholic priest
  4225. Q18732168 Mounsteven, John (bap. 1644, d. 1706), politician
  4226. Q18732203 Murcot, John (1624/5–1654), Independent minister
  4227. Q18732221 Murphy, John (fl. 1778–c.1817), printmaker
  4228. Q18732289 English writer on cookery (fl. 1614–1630)
  4229. Q18732299 Musgrave, John (fl. 1642–1654), pamphleteer
  4230. Q18732307 Mutford, John (b. in or before 1258, d. 1329), justice
  4231. Q18732316 Nairne, John, styled third Lord Nairne and Jacobite second earl of Nairne (1690/91–1770), Jacobite army officer
  4232. Q18732343 Nelson, John (bap. 1707, d. 1774), Methodist preacher
  4233. Q18732367 Newdigate [Newdegate], John (1542?–1592), landowner
  4234. Q18732394 Nicholls [Niccols, Nicols], John (1555–1584?), religious controversialist and apostate
  4235. Q18732460 Norman, John (c.1489–1553/4), abbot of Bindon
  4236. Q18732479 Norris, John (1733/4–1777), benefactor
  4237. Q18732543 Oakman, John (c.1748–1793), engraver and writer of songs and novels
  4238. Q18732600 Alden T. Vaughan, ‘American Indians in England (act. c.1500–1609)’, first published
  4239. Q18732627 Sheffield, John (1653/4–1726), Presbyterian minister
  4240. Q18732645 Spelman, Sir John (c.1480–1546), judge and law reporter
  4241. Q18732662 Trew, John (fl. 1563–1590), engineer
  4242. Q18732680 Martin, Jonathan (c.1705–1737), organist
  4243. Q18732697 Dale, Joseph (1749/50–1821), music publisher and composer
  4244. Q18732767 O'Leary, Joseph (c.1795–c.1845), songwriter and journalist
  4245. Q18732902 Shaw, Lachlan (1686?–1777), Church of Scotland minister and historian
  4246. Q18732931 Neilson, Laurence Cornelius (c.1760–1830), organist
  4247. Q18732940 Meager, Leonard (c.1624–c.1704), gardener and writer on gardening
  4248. Q18732966 Ramondon, Littleton [Lewis] (1684–1715x18), singer and composer
  4249. Q18732975 Du Mitand, Louis Huguenin (b. 1748, d. in or after 1816), educational writer
  4250. Q18732990 Milbourne, Luke (bap. 1622, d. 1668), clergyman and ejected minister
  4251. Q18733113 Macklin [Melaghlin, MacLaughlin], Charles (1699?–1797), actor and playwright
  4252. Q18733129 Meilan, Mark Anthony (c.1743–1813), writer
  4253. Q18733177 English poet and letter-writer (fl. 1733–1755)
  4254. Q18733196 London printseller (fl. 1745–1748)
  4255. Q18733225 Say [née Bemister; other married name Vint], Mary (1739/40–1832), printer and newspaper publisher
  4256. Q18733254 Mackail, Matthew (fl. 1657–1696), apothecary and physician
  4257. Q18733295 Michell, Matthew (1705?–1752), naval officer
  4258. Q18733320 Stoneham, Matthew (bap. 1571, d. 1636/7), Church of England clergyman
  4259. Q18733326 Tiedeman, May Louise Seaton- (1864?–1948), campaigner for divorce law reform
  4260. Q18733334 Radisson, Pierre-Esprit [called Oninga] (1639/40?–1710), explorer and trader
  4261. Q18733400 Nash, Michael (fl. 1791–1798), protestant controversialist
  4262. Q18733463 Morris, Morris Drake (1695–c.1733), biographer
  4263. Q18733483 Griffith, Moses (bap. 1699, d. 1785), physician
  4264. Q18733494 Mendez [Mendes], Moses (1690?–1758), playwright and poet
  4265. Q18733503 Macfarlane, Mrs [née Straiton] (fl. 1716–1719), murderer
  4266. Q18733592 Adam White, ‘Johnson [Janssen] family (per. c.1570–c.1630)’, first published
  4267. Q18733612 Morton, Nicholas (1520/21–1587), papal agent
  4268. Q18733655 Anita McConnell, ‘Industrial spies (act. c.1700–c.1800)’, first published
  4269. Q18733684 Macleod, Sir Norman, of Berneray (c.1606–1705), royalist army officer
  4270. Q18733693 Nicholls, Norton (1741?–1809), friend of Thomas Gray
  4271. Q18733710 Karen Jankulak, ‘Dinham family (per. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  4272. Q18733774 Macfarlane, Patrick (1757/8–1832), Gaelic scholar
  4273. Q18733798 O'Brien, Paul (1762/3–1820), Irish-language scholar and teacher
  4274. Q18733814 Mayne, Perry (bap. 1697, d. 1761), naval officer
  4275. Q18733838 Markham, Peter (fl. 1757–1758), physician and writer
  4276. Q18733847 Richard Gorski, ‘Mauley family (per. c.1226–1415)’, first published
  4277. Q18733939 O'Connell, Peter [Peadar Ó Conaill] (1754/5–1826), Irish scholar and lexicographer
  4278. Q18733979 Meadows, Sir Philip (bap. 1626, d. 1718), diplomat
  4279. Q18733998 Monckton, Sir Philip (bap. 1622, d. 1679), royalist army officer
  4280. Q18734007 Moore, Philip (fl. 1564–1573), medical practitioner
  4281. Q18734023 Nicolls [Nichols], Philip (fl. 1547–1564), Church of England clergyman and protestant religious controversialist
  4282. Q18734029 Norris, Philip (c.1400–1465), theologian
  4283. Q18734077 Maddison, Sir Ralph (1574?–1656), writer on economics
  4284. Q18734085 Newbery, Ralph (b. in or before 1536, d. 1603/4), bookseller
  4285. Q18734101 St Albans, Ralph of (fl. 1195x1214?), Benedictine monk and hagiographer
  4286. Q18734137 Jonathan Brown, ‘Ransome family (per. c.1785–1875)’, first published
  4287. Q18734146 Mohun, Sir Reginald de (c.1206–1258), baron
  4288. Q18734159 Charles Kightly, ‘Lollard knights (act. c.1380–c.1414)’, first published
  4289. Q18734168 Merrick, Rice [Rhys Meurug] (c.1520–1587), landowner and antiquary
  4290. Q18734174 Lambert, George (1699/1700–1765), landscape and scene painter
  4291. Q18734181 Lyne, Richard (fl. c.1570–c.1600), painter and engraver
  4292. Q18734198 Mauleverer, Sir Thomas, first baronet (bap. 1599, d. 1655), politician and regicide
  4293. Q18734207 Mitch, Richard (fl. 1542–1576), civil lawyer
  4294. Q18734217 Monk, Richard (fl. 1434–1439), astronomer and writer on the calendar
  4295. Q18734226 More, Richard (bap. 1627, d. 1698), politician and lawyer
  4296. Q18734236 Musgrave, Sir Richard, first baronet (c.1755–1818), political writer and politician
  4297. Q18734259 Newte, Richard (bap. 1613, d. 1678), Church of England clergyman
  4298. Q18734283 Symonds, Richard (b. 1609, d. in or after 1658), Independent minister
  4299. Q18734305 Roger L. Emerson, ‘Select Society (act. 1754–1764)’, first published
  4300. Q18734373 Mandevile [Mandevil], Robert (1578/9–1618), Church of England clergyman
  4301. Q18734381 Marcuard, Robert Samuel (1756–1788?), engraver
  4302. Q18734394 Maton, Robert (b. 1606/7, d. in or after 1646), religious writer
  4303. Q18734410 McBride, John (c.1650–1718), minister of the Presbyterian General Synod of Ulster and religious controversialist
  4304. Q18734416 Menteith, Robert (bap. 1603, d. in or before 1660), author
  4305. Q18734451 Moor, Robert (1567/8–1640), Church of England clergyman and author
  4306. Q18734466 Murphy, Robert (bap. 1807, d. 1843), mathematician
  4307. Q18734492 Church of England clergyman and playwright (born 1640/41, died in or before 1694)
  4308. Q18734534 Jonathan Brown, ‘Ransome family (per. c.1785–1875)’, first published
  4309. Q18734585 Yard, Robert (c.1651–1705), administrator and editor of the London Gazette
  4310. Q18734615 Mostyn, Sir Roger, first baronet (c.1624–1690), royalist army officer
  4311. Q18734695 Perry, Sampson (1747–1823?), radical and newspaper proprietor
  4312. Q18734704 Collins, Samuel (bap. 1618, d. 1710), anatomist and physician
  4313. Q18734744 Mayart, Sir Samuel (b. 1587, d. in or after 1646), judge
  4314. Q18734763 Negus, Francis (bap. 1670, d. 1732), soldier and courtier
  4315. Q18734780 Newton, Samuel (bap. 1629, d. 1718), local politician and diarist
  4316. Q18734802 Nowell, Increase (bap. 1593, d. 1655), colonial administrator
  4317. Q18734844 Timothy Clayton, Anita McConnell, ‘Alken family (per. 1745–1894)’, first published
  4318. Q18734854 Timothy Clayton, Anita McConnell, ‘Alken family (per. 1745–1894)’, first published
  4319. Q18734883 Burton, Simon (bap. 1613, d. 1663), publisher
  4320. Q18734890 Offwood, Stephen (b. 1564, d. in or after 1635), separatist writer and publisher
  4321. Q18734920 Chaloner [Challoner], Thomas (c.1600–1664), headmaster
  4322. Q18734936 Hotchkis, Thomas (c.1611–1693), Church of England clergyman
  4323. Q18734981 MacMahon [M'Mahon], Thomas O'Brien (fl. 1774–1777), political writer
  4324. Q18735021 Manby, Thomas (bap. 1633?, d. 1695), landscape painter
  4325. Q18735160 More [Moore], Henry (c.1587–1661), Jesuit
  4326. Q18735180 Morrice, Thomas (1659/60–1748), nonjuring Church of England clergyman
  4327. Q18735189 Morris, Thomas (b. c.1750, d. in or after 1811), engraver
  4328. Q18735219 Mountain, Thomas (c.1520–1573), religious activist
  4329. Q18735226 Mudd, Thomas (b. 1559/60, d. in or after 1619), Church of England clergyman and composer
  4330. Q18735243 Mulliner, Thomas (fl. 1545–1575), music copyist
  4331. Q18735258 Nash, Thomas (1587/8–1648), author and lawyer
  4332. Q18735266 Nelson, Thomas (fl. 1580–1592), bookseller and ballad maker
  4333. Q18735275 Helen Williams, Alistair McCleery, ‘Nelson family (per. 1780–1958)’, first published
  4334. Q18735282 Helen Williams, Alistair McCleery, ‘Nelson family (per. 1780–1958)’, first published
  4335. Q18735299 Newman, Thomas (c.1564–1594), bookseller and publisher
  4336. Q18735307 Newman, Thomas (1691/2–1758), Presbyterian minister
  4337. Q18735314 Newport, Sir Thomas (late 1450s?–1523), knight of the hospital of St John of Jerusalem
  4338. Q18735384 Paulden, Thomas (1625–1702x10), royalist army officer
  4339. Q18735391 Pettingall, John (1707/8–1781), Church of England clergyman and antiquary
  4340. Q18735406 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Pilkington family (per. c.1325–c.1500)’, first published
  4341. Q18735444 Saffold, Thomas (bap. 1620?, d. 1691), astrologer and nostrum seller
  4342. Q18735462 Steward, Thomas (1668/9–1753), Presbyterian minister
  4343. Q18735469 Stone, Thomas Brace (bap. 1753, d. 1815), agricultural writer and land surveyor
  4344. Q18735476 Thatcher [Thacher], Peter (1587/8–1641), Church of England clergyman
  4345. Q18735485 Weguelin, Thomas Matthias (1763/4–1828), army officer
  4346. Q18735500 Nourse, Timothy (c.1636–1699), agricultural and religious writer
  4347. Q18735590 Moyle, Sir Walter (c.1405–1479/80), justice
  4348. Q18735615 Munchensi, Warin de (c.1195–1255), landholder and soldier
  4349. Q18735662 Joy Rowe, ‘Burwell family (per. c.1500–1684)’, first published
  4350. Q18735669 Alex Kidson, ‘Caddick family (per. c.1740–c.1800)’, first published
  4351. Q18735687 Cranston, William (c.1513–1562), logician
  4352. Q18735696 Dimond, William (c.1784–1837?), playwright
  4353. Q18735742 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  4354. Q18735780 Macdowell, William (b. 1590, d. in or before 1666), diplomatist
  4355. Q18735821 Malvern, William [formerly William Parker] (1485x90–1539), abbot of Gloucester
  4356. Q18735943 Massey, William (1691–1764?), writer and translator
  4357. Q18735973 McCabe, William Putnam (c.1776–1821), Irish nationalist and cotton manufacturer
  4358. Q18735997 Meres [Meeres], John (1698–1761?), printer
  4359. Q18736005 Melmoth, William, the younger (bap. 1710, d. 1799), author and translator
  4360. Q18736054 Miles, William Augustus (1753/4–1817), political writer
  4361. Q18736079 Mitchel, William (1670–1740?), tinsmith and pamphleteer
  4362. Q18736087 Moore, William (bap. 1590, d. 1659), librarian and collector of manuscripts
  4363. Q18736090 More [Peers], William (1471/2–1552), prior of Worcester
  4364. Q18736097 Morrell, William (fl. 1611–1625), poet
  4365. Q18736098 Mount, William (1544/5–1602), master of the Savoy Hospital
  4366. Q18736102 Christine Carpenter, ‘Mountford family (per. c.1370–1495)’, first published
  4367. Q18736109 Naish, William (1766/7–1800), miniature painter
  4368. Q18736110 Negus, William (c.1559–1616), Church of England clergyman
  4369. Q18736112 Neville, Sir William (c.1341–1391), Lollard
  4370. Q18736124 Norris, William (c.1670–1702), composer
  4371. Q18736125 Norris, William (bap. 1718, d. 1791), antiquary
  4372. Q18736129 Norton, William (1526/7–1593), bookseller
  4373. Q18736131 Norwell [Northwell], William (fl. 1311–1352), administrator
  4374. Q18736132 O'Brien, William (1738?–1815), actor and playwright
  4375. Q18736138 English gentry in Staffordshire (c.1260–1302)
  4376. Q18736140 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  4377. Q18736143 Wycombe [Wycumbe], William of (fl. c.1127–c.1148), prior of Llanthony and hagiographer
  4378. Q18736148 Theo Barker, ‘Pilkington family (per. c.1825–1925)’, first published
  4379. Q18736150 Read, William [pseud. Eustace] (1795?–1866), poet
  4380. Q18736153 Simms, William (bap. 1763, d. 1843), businessman and Irish nationalist
  4381. Q18736963 Scottish artist, 1849-1901
  4382. Q18755649 maire de Crimolois (Côte-d’Or) de 1950 à 1957 et de 1965 à 1971
  4383. Q18756560 Reuter, Adam (fl. 1608–1626), legal writer
  4384. Q18756566 Leigh, Alexander (c.1683–1772), local government officer and industrial promoter
  4385. Q18756577 Philip, Alexander Philip Wilson (1770–c.1851), physician and physiologist
  4386. Q18756578 Tutton, Alfred Edwin Howard (1864–1938), crystallographer and alpinist
  4387. Q18756579 Caroline M. Barron, ‘Women traders and artisans in London (act. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  4388. Q18756581 More [née Harpur; other married name Middleton], Alice, Lady More (b. in or after 1474, d. in or before 1551), second wife of Sir Thomas More
  4389. Q18756584 Offord, Andrew (b. c.1305, d. in or before 1358), diplomat
  4390. Q18756587 McGillveray, Angus (1930–1996), politician
  4391. Q18756590 Shadwell, Thomas (c.1640–1692), playwright and poet
  4392. Q18756592 Palmer, Anthony (bap. 1616, d. 1679), ejected minister
  4393. Q18756596 Chisholm, Archibald Macra (1824–1897), army officer and shinty player
  4394. Q18756604 Philipps, Baker (c.1718–1745), naval officer
  4395. Q18756605 Blaugdone, Barbara (c.1609–1704), Quaker preacher
  4396. Q18756609 Baddam, Benjamin (c.1693–1740?), printer and compiler of the Memoirs of the Royal Society
  4397. Q18756612 Halsted [married name Atthill], Caroline Amelia (1803/4–1848), historian and author
  4398. Q18756613 Faye Getz, ‘Women medical practitioners in England (act. c.1200–c.1475)’, first published
  4399. Q18756615 Lockey, Charles (1820–1901), singer
  4400. Q18756617 Mott, Charles (bap. 1788, d. 1851), assistant poor law commissioner
  4401. Q18756622 Peters, Charles (1690–1774), Hebraist and Church of England clergyman
  4402. Q18756627 English writer and schoolmistress (born c.1762, died in or after 1834)
  4403. Q18756629 Dunsheath [née Houchen], Cissie Providence [Joyce] (1902–1976), mountaineer and traveller
  4404. Q18756630 Pater, Clara Ann (bap. 1841, d. 1910), tutor and promoter of the higher education of women
  4405. Q18756638 Ogilvy, David, styled sixth earl of Airlie (1725–1803), Jacobite army officer
  4406. Q18756644 Peter, David (1765–1837), Independent minister and ecclesiastical historian
  4407. Q18756647 Tanner, David (bap. 1743, d. in or after 1805), ironmaster
  4408. Q18756650 ‘Ó hUiginn family (per. c.1300–c.1600)’, first published
  4409. Q18756652 Bradshaigh [née Bellingham], Dorothy, Lady Bradshaigh (bap. 1705, d. 1785), letter writer
  4410. Q18756653 Picken, Ebenezer (1769–1816), poet
  4411. Q18756655 Watson [née Wall], Edith Mary (1888–1966), suffragist and police officer
  4412. Q18756656 Everard, Edmund (fl. 1673–1691), informer
  4413. Q18756659 Packe, Christopher (b. in or before 1657, d. in or after 1708), chemical physician
  4414. Q18756660 Berry, Edward (1706/7–1760), actor and singer
  4415. Q18756666 Pearse, Edward (c.1633–1673), clergyman and ejected minister
  4416. Q18756669 Peart, Edward (1755/6–1824), physician and writer on science and medicine
  4417. Q18756673 Rita Shenton, ‘Pinchbeck family (per. c.1720–1783)’, first published
  4418. Q18756675 Smyth, Edward (fl. 1764–1790), Methodist preacher
  4419. Q18756680 Osborn, Elias (bap. 1643, d. 1720), Quaker minister
  4420. Q18756681 Moxon, Elizabeth (fl. 1740–1754), writer on cookery
  4421. Q18756684 Stewart, Elizabeth, countess of Arran (c.1554–1595?), noblewoman
  4422. Q18756687 Smythe [née Beaufort], Emily Anne, Viscountess Strangford (bap. 1826, d. 1887), military nurse
  4423. Q18756689 Susanna Avery-Quash, ‘Williams family (per. c.1800–c.1875)’, first published
  4424. Q18756703 Rundall, Francis Hornblow (1823–1908), administrator in India
  4425. Q18756705 Deniz, Francisco Antonio [Frank] (1912–2005), guitarist and bandleader
  4426. Q18756706 Cass, Frank (1930–2007), publisher
  4427. Q18756712 Ogilvie, Sir George, of Barras, first baronet (fl. 1634–1679), royalist army officer
  4428. Q18756715 Oswald, Richard (1705?–1784), merchant and diplomat
  4429. Q18756716 Pack, George (fl. 1700–1724), actor and singer
  4430. Q18756725 Philips [Phillips], George (1629/30–1696?), writer and politician
  4431. Q18756726 Phillips, George (fl. 1579–1600), preacher
  4432. Q18756740 Hickmott, Harold Edward (1881–1947), motor bus operator
  4433. Q18756748 Best, Henry (c.1592–1645), landowner and farmer
  4434. Q18756751 Owen, Henry Charles Cunliffe- (1821–1867), army officer
  4435. Q18756752 Darley, Henry (c.1596–1671), politician
  4436. Q18756756 Park, Henry (1745–1831), surgeon
  4437. Q18756758 Perkins, Henry (bap. 1777, d. 1855), book collector and brewer
  4438. Q18756759 Pickering, Henry (1858–1941), religious publisher and journalist
  4439. Q18756760 Rowles, Henry (bap. 1777, d. 1840), builder
  4440. Q18756768 Pelham, Herbert (c.1600–1674), colonist in America
  4441. Q18756775 Palavicino, Sir Horatio (c.1540–1600), merchant and diplomat
  4442. Q18756776 Boscawen, Hugh (bap. 1578, d. 1641), landowner
  4443. Q18756785 Fleming, Ian (1906–1994), artist and art teacher
  4444. Q18756788 Cool, Jacob [Jacobus Colius; called Ortelianus] (1563–1628), scholar and writer
  4445. Q18756792 Bretherton, James (c.1730–1806), engraver and printseller
  4446. Q18756794 Fall, James (1646/7–1711), university principal and Church of Scotland and Church of England clergyman
  4447. Q18756797 Ogilvy, James, fifth Lord Ogilvy of Airlie (1540/41–1606), nobleman
  4448. Q18756798 Owen, James (1654–1706), nonconformist minister
  4449. Q18756803 Parke, James (1636–1696), Quaker preacher and writer
  4450. Q18756804 Parker, James (1757–1805), printmaker
  4451. Q18756805 Parkes, David (1763–1833), schoolmaster and antiquary
  4452. Q18756806 Parnel [Parnell], James (bap. 1636, d. 1656), Quaker martyr
  4453. Q18756809 Parsons, James (1762–1847), Church of England clergyman
  4454. Q18756811 Parsons, James (1799–1877), Congregational minister
  4455. Q18756813 Peacock, James (1735/1738–1814), architect and surveyor
  4456. Q18756814 Pennington, James (1777–1862), writer on currency and banking
  4457. Q18756815 Pennycuick, James Farrell (1829–1888), army officer
  4458. Q18756817 Percy, James (1619–c.1690), peerage claimant
  4459. Q18756819 Piers, Sir Henry, first baronet (1628–1691), chorographer and natural historian
  4460. Q18756820 English poet (fl. 1578–1582)
  4461. Q18756822 Stone, Jerome [Jeremiah] (bap. 1727, d. 1756), scholar and poet
  4462. Q18756826 Ashburne, John (bap. 1607, d. 1661), Church of England clergyman and madhouse keeper
  4463. Q18756828 Caryll, John (1460s–1523), law reporter
  4464. Q18756831 R. A. Griffiths, ‘Stradling family (per. c.1290–1480)’, first published
  4465. Q18756832 Free [Fre, Freas], John (c.1430–1464/5), humanist scholar
  4466. Q18756833 Heaviside, John (bap. 1748, d. 1828), surgeon and museum proprietor
  4467. Q18756836 Neuton, John (c.1350–1414), canon lawyer
  4468. Q18756839 Ogilvy, John [known as Pourie Ogilvy] (fl. 1587–1601), adventurer
  4469. Q18756842 Oldfield, John (1626/7–1682), clergyman and ejected minister
  4470. Q18756844 Oliver, John (1616/17–1701), glass painter and master mason
  4471. Q18756845 Oliver, John [pseud. Cerddi Cystudd] (1838–1866), Welsh-language poet
  4472. Q18756846 English worker in pressed horn and whalebone (c.1580–c.1634)
  4473. Q18756847 Timothy Clayton, ‘Overton family (per. c.1665–c.1765)’, first published
  4474. Q18756851 Pace, John (b. c.1523, d. in or before 1592), scholar and court jester
  4475. Q18756862 British landscape painter (fl. 1762–1776)
  4476. Q18756867 English topographer (baptised 1800, died in or after 1845)
  4477. Q18756870 Partridge, John (fl. 1566–1582), translator and poet
  4478. Q18756872 Patrick, John (bap. 1632, d. 1695), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist
  4479. Q18756873 Church of Scotland minister (1804–1835)
  4480. Q18756874 Pattishall [Pateshull], Sir Simon of (b. in or before 1219, d. 1274), soldier and administrator
  4481. Q18756876 Paulet, Sir Amias (c.1457–1538), landowner and soldier
  4482. Q18756892 Perry, John (1669/70–1733), hydraulic engineer and writer
  4483. Q18756894 Pickering, John (c.1495–1537), Dominican friar and rebel
  4484. Q18756895 Pike, John (fl. c.1310–c.1330), annalist
  4485. Q18756897 Playford, John (1622/3–1686/7), music publisher
  4486. Q18756899 Propert, John Lumsden (1834–1902), physician and art critic
  4487. Q18756900 Prujean, John (c.1630–1706), maker of mathematical instruments
  4488. Q18756901 Ramage, John (1788–1835), telescope maker and optician
  4489. Q18756902 Richter, John (1769?–1830), radical and businessman
  4490. Q18756903 Saddler, John (1813–1892), engraver
  4491. Q18756905 Shirley, John (bap. 1648, d. 1679), author
  4492. Q18756906 Siferwas, John (fl. 1380–1421), manuscript artist
  4493. Q18756907 Sleath, John (1767?–1847), headmaster
  4494. Q18756913 Turmeau, John (1776–1846), miniature and portrait painter
  4495. Q18756916 Whiteside, John (bap. 1679, d. 1729), museum curator and experimental philosopher
  4496. Q18756927 Wightman [née James], Julia Bainbrigge (1817–1898), temperance activist and author
  4497. Q18756928 Bingley [née Vick], Juliet Martin, Lady Bingley (1925–2005), social worker
  4498. Q18756930 Nimptsch, Julius [Uli] (1897–1977), sculptor
  4499. Q18756931 Osbaldeston, Lambert (1594–1659), schoolmaster
  4500. Q18756933 Tuttiett, Lawrence (1825–1897), hymn writer
  4501. Q18756934 Kennedy, (Aubrey) Leo (1885–1965), journalist
  4502. Q18756935 Andrews, Sir (William) Linton (1886–1972), newspaper editor
  4503. Q18756943 Petrucci, Ludovico (b. c.1575, d. in or after 1619), poet and soldier
  4504. Q18756948 Belsky [née Owen], Margaret Constance (1919–1989), cartoonist and illustrator
  4505. Q18756950 Hamilton, Margaret, Lady Belhaven and Stenton (b. in or before 1625, d. in or after 1694), royalist heroine and medical practitioner
  4506. Q18756954 Michael Hicks, ‘Willoughby family (per. c.1300–1523)’, first published
  4507. Q18756964 Nicol, George (1740?–1828), bookseller and publisher
  4508. Q18756969 Alured, Matthew (bap. 1615, d. 1694), parliamentarian army officer
  4509. Q18756971 Pilkington, Matthew (bap. 1705, d. 1765), Church of England clergyman and religious writer
  4510. Q18756973 Sigmund, Miroslav (1907–2004), engineer
  4511. Q18756974 Pennington, Montagu (1762–1849), writer and literary editor
  4512. Q18756978 John Orbell, ‘Mocatta family (per. 1671–1957)’, first published
  4513. Q18756979 MacLeod, Murdo Allan (1926–1996), Free Church of Scotland minister
  4514. Q18756980 Clayton, Nathaniel (1811–1890), engineer and manufacturer of steam engines
  4515. Q18756981 Marie, Nathaniel (1577–1642), Reformed minister
  4516. Q18756982 Oldham, Nathaniel (fl. 1728–c.1747), virtuoso
  4517. Q18756983 Parkhurst, Nathaniel (1643–1707), Church of England clergyman
  4518. Q18756984 Pearce [alias Clark], Nathaniel (1779–1820), traveller
  4519. Q18756989 Plunket, Nicholas (c.1629–1718), historian
  4520. Q18756991 Stockdale, Sir (Arthur) Noel (1920–2004), businessman
  4521. Q18756999 Oswald (fl. 1006–1042), Benedictine monk and scholar
  4522. Q18757001 Cuming, Patrick, of Relugas (bap. 1695, d. 1776), Church of Scotland minister and ecclesiastical agent
  4523. Q18757003 Plunket, Patrick, ninth Baron Dunsany (1594/5–1668x70), politician
  4524. Q18757005 Stead, Patrick (1788–1869), maltster
  4525. Q18757006 Magnús Erlendsson, earl of Orkney [St Magnus] (1075/6–1116?), patron saint of Orkney
  4526. Q18757008 Hibernia, Peter de [Peter Hibernicus] (fl. 1239–1266), natural philosopher
  4527. Q18757017 Payne, Sir Peter, de jure third baronet (1763–1843), radical
  4528. Q18757021 Wedderburn, Sir Peter, Lord Gosford (c.1616–1679), judge and politician
  4529. Q18757024 Parker, Henry, eleventh Baron Morley (1531/2–1577), Roman Catholic exile
  4530. Q18757027 Keyser, Sir Polydor de (1832–1898), hotelier and politician
  4531. Q18757028 Parr, R. (fl. 1736–1751), engraver
  4532. Q18757029 Egerton, Sir Ralph (b. before 1476, d. 1528), courtier and administrator
  4533. Q18757031 Johnson, Ralph (bap. 1629, d. 1695), naturalist
  4534. Q18757033 Laurence Ince, ‘Knight family (per. c.1680–1897)’, first published
  4535. Q18757034 Ouseley, Sir Ralph (1772–1842), army officer in the Portuguese service
  4536. Q18757037 Hurlestone, Randall (1525/6–1587?), religious writer
  4537. Q18757045 Peter Fleming, ‘Haute family (per. c.1350–1530)’, first published
  4538. Q18757048 Parker, Richard (1572/3–1629), antiquary
  4539. Q18757050 Parry, Richard (1722–1780), theological writer
  4540. Q18757051 Parsons, Richard (1641/2–1711), ecclesiastical judge and antiquary
  4541. Q18757052 Paye, Richard Morton (bap. 1750, d. 1821), artist
  4542. Q18757053 Peers, Richard [Dic] (1645–1690), translator and author
  4543. Q18757054 Pembridge, Sir Richard (c.1320–1375), soldier and administrator
  4544. Q18757055 Pike [Peeke], Richard (fl. 1620–1658), soldier and adventurer
  4545. Q18757060 Shackleton, Abraham (1696–1771), schoolmaster
  4546. Q18757063 Wolley, Richard (fl. 1667–1694), Church of England clergyman and author
  4547. Q18757064 Refham [ le Botoner], Sir Richer (c.1260–1328), merchant and mayor of London
  4548. Q18757066 David Crouch, ‘Harcourt family (per. c.1050–1330)’, first published
  4549. Q18757071 Moyle, Robert (1589/90–1638), lawyer and legal official
  4550. Q18757074 Orford, Robert [Robert of Oxford] (fl. c.1280–c.1293), Dominican friar and theologian
  4551. Q18757078 Parke, Robert (fl. 1588–1589), translator
  4552. Q18757080 Parker, Robert (b. 1665x8, d. in or after 1718), army officer
  4553. Q18757087 Peckwell, Henry (bap. 1746, d. 1787), Church of England clergyman and Methodist preacher
  4554. Q18757093 Perrot, Robert (c.1478–1550), church musician and land speculator
  4555. Q18757095 Peterson, Robert (fl. 1562–1606), translator
  4556. Q18757098 Phillips, Robert (b. 1499x1502, d. in or after 1553), musician
  4557. Q18757103 Swift, Robert (c.1534–1599), Church of England clergyman
  4558. Q18757104 Wycherley, Sir Robert Bruce (1894–1965), building society manager
  4559. Q18757105 Marchall, Roger (c.1417–1477), physician and writer on medicine
  4560. Q18757111 Philipps, Rowland (1467/8–1538?), college head
  4561. Q18757113 Barrow, Samuel (1625?–1683), physician and lawyer of the army
  4562. Q18757114 Ogden, Samuel (1627/8–1697), ejected minister and schoolmaster
  4563. Q18757115 O'Sullivan, Mortimer (1792/3–1859), Church of Ireland clergyman
  4564. Q18757123 Davies, Scrope Berdmore (1782–1852), dandy and friend of Lord Byron
  4565. Q18757124 Palmer, Shirley (1786–1852), physician and medical writer
  4566. Q18757125 Pattishall [Pateshull], Sir Simon of (b. in or before 1219, d. 1274), soldier and administrator
  4567. Q18757126 Ailsa Tanner, ‘Glasgow Girls (act. 1880–1920)’, first published
  4568. Q18757127 Newsome, Stella Winifred (1889–1969), women's activist
  4569. Q18757132 Spencer [née Armitage], Sybil Beatrice (1908–1994), gardener
  4570. Q18757136 Blachford [née Tighe], Theodosia (c.1745–c.1817), philanthropist
  4571. Q18757139 S. I. Boardman, ‘Dunbar family, earls of Moray (per. c.1370–1430)’, first published
  4572. Q18757141 Juxon, Thomas (1614–1672), parliamentarian activist and diarist
  4573. Q18757142 A. D. Carr, ‘Mostyn family (per. 1540–1642)’, first published
  4574. Q18757145 Owen [Owens], Thomas (c.1556–1618), Jesuit
  4575. Q18757148 Pakeman, Thomas (c.1614–1691), clergyman and ejected minister
  4576. Q18757149 Palmer, Thomas (fl. 1371–1415), prior of the Dominican convent, London, and theologian
  4577. Q18757151 Palmer, Thomas (b. 1611/12, d. in or after 1667), Fifth Monarchist preacher and conspirator
  4578. Q18757155 Parker, Thomas (fl. 1535–1581), Roman Catholic priest
  4579. Q18757156 Parkhurst, Thomas (c.1632–1711), bookseller
  4580. Q18757157 Parson, Thomas (b. 1631, d. in or after 1668), clergyman and ejected minister
  4581. Q18757159 Peake, Thomas (1771?–1837), barrister and law reporter
  4582. Q18757160 Pecke, Thomas (b. 1637, d. in or after 1664), epigrammatist
  4583. Q18757161 Pembrooke, Thomas (1658x62–c.1690), history and portrait painter
  4584. Q18757163 Pestell, Thomas (bap. 1586, d. 1667), Church of England clergyman and poet
  4585. Q18757164 Peter [Peters], Thomas (1597–1654/5), Church of England clergyman and colonist in America
  4586. Q18757165 Pether, Abraham (1756–1812), landscape painter
  4587. Q18757167 Petyt [Petit], Thomas (b. in or before 1494, d. 1565/6), printer and bookseller
  4588. Q18757168 Phelps, Thomas (b. 1694, d. in or after 1776), astronomer
  4589. Q18757173 Pickering, Thomas (fl. 1458–1475), abbot of Whitby and genealogist
  4590. Q18757183 Thornton, Thomas (1751/2–1823), sportsman
  4591. Q18757185 Tomkins, Thomas (1637/8–1675), Church of England clergyman
  4592. Q18757186 Western, Thomas (bap. 1624, d. 1707), ironmonger and gun-founder
  4593. Q18757189 Griffiths, Vincent Llewellyn (1902–1984), educationist
  4594. Q18757193 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Tyrell family (per. c.1304–c.1510)’, first published
  4595. Q18757194 Wilkes, Wetenhall (1705/6–1751), poet and author
  4596. Q18757202 Disney, William (b. in or after 1633, d. 1685), conspirator
  4597. Q18757204 Kermack, William Ogilvy (1898–1970), biochemist and mathematical epidemiologist
  4598. Q18757207 Saham, William of (c.1225–1292), justice
  4599. Q18757209 Oliver, William (c.1804–1853), landscape painter
  4600. Q18757214 Osborn, William (1736–1808), man-midwife
  4601. Q18757215 Owen, William (c.1488–1574), lawyer
  4602. Q18757221 Pardoe, William (1630/31–1692), General Baptist minister
  4603. Q18757222 Pare, William (1805–1873), co-operative movement activist
  4604. Q18757224 Parker, William (bap. 1714, d. 1802), theologian and Church of England clergyman
  4605. Q18757225 Parnell [later Parnell-Hayes], William (c.1780–1821), political author
  4606. Q18757226 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Parr family (per. c.1370–1517)’, first published
  4607. Q18757227 Parry, William (fl. 1597–1601), traveller
  4608. Q18757231 Pashe, William (fl. 1513–1537), composer
  4609. Q18757235 Paul Dalton, ‘Paynel family (per. c.1086–1244)’, first published
  4610. Q18757236 Pearman, William (b. 1792, d. in or after 1825), singer
  4611. Q18757237 Pearse, Edward (c.1633–1673), clergyman and ejected minister
  4612. Q18757243 Penn, Richard (1733/4–1811), colonial official and politician
  4613. Q18757250 Pirrie, William (bap. 1807, d. 1882), surgeon
  4614. Q18757255 Pound, William (bap. 1807, d. 1881), headmaster and religious writer
  4615. Q18757259 Sclater, William (bap. 1609, d. 1661), Church of England clergyman and religious writer
  4616. Q18757262 Stenhouse, William (1773–1827), musical antiquary
  4617. Q18757263 Warre, Sir William (1784–1853), army officer
  4618. Q18757266 Papworth, Wyatt Angelicus van Sandau (1822–1894), architect and antiquary
  4619. Q18758642 Italian 1807–1878 F:0
  4620. Q18759050 (1924–1995) kertészmérnök, növénynemesítő, akadémikus
  4621. Q18759050 (1924–1995) Hungarian pomologist
  4622. Q18759234 Symson [Simson], Andrew (c.1638–1712), Church of Scotland minister and printer
  4623. Q18759240 Stone, Benjamin (fl. 1605–1643), sword maker
  4624. Q18759241 Scalé, (Peter) Bernard (1739/40–1826), cartographer and surveyor
  4625. Q18759244 Berisford, Charles (1830–1898), silk manufacturer
  4626. Q18759245 Povey, Charles (bap. 1651?, d. 1743), writer and entrepreneur
  4627. Q18759252 Lucy Peltz, ‘Havell family (per. c.1775–1934)’, first published
  4628. Q18759258 Wray Vamplew, ‘Tattersall family (per. c.1765–c.1940)’, first published
  4629. Q18759259 English seaman and promoter of colonization (born c.1550, died in or after 1613)
  4630. Q18759264 Thompson, Elizabeth Maria Bowen [née Elizabeth Maria Lloyd] (1812/13–1869), missionary in Syria
  4631. Q18759268 Rawghton, Emma (fl. 1422–1436), anchoress
  4632. Q18759270 Powell, Foster (bap. 1734, d. 1793), pedestrian
  4633. Q18759272 Colenso, Francis Ernest [Frank] (1852–1910), campaigner for the rights of the Zulu people
  4634. Q18759273 Eyre, Francis (c.1732–1804), Roman Catholic apologist
  4635. Q18759274 Poyntz, Sir Robert (b. late 1440s, d. 1520), courtier and landowner
  4636. Q18759276 Jonathan Brown, ‘Burrell family (per. c.1800–1929)’, first published
  4637. Q18759277 Markus [née Scharfstein], Erika [Rixi] (1910–1992), bridge player and writer
  4638. Q18759279 Powle, George (fl. 1764–1771), etcher and miniature painter
  4639. Q18759280 Raper, George Frederick (1909–1973), mechanical engineer and inventor of wool textile machinery
  4640. Q18759285 Gifford [née Galpin], Hannah (fl. 1629–1668), schoolmistress
  4641. Q18759292 Chambers, Humphrey (bap. 1599?, d. 1662), Church of England clergyman
  4642. Q18759295 Pottinger, Israel (fl. 1759–1761), playwright
  4643. Q18759297 Richard B. Sher, ‘Poker Club (act. 1762–1784)’, first published
  4644. Q18759298 Morgan, Hector Davies (1785–1850), Church of England clergyman
  4645. Q18759299 Porter, James (1752/3–1798), political writer
  4646. Q18759302 Stopford, James (c.1697–1759), Church of Ireland bishop of Cloyne
  4647. Q18759311 Wardley, Jane (fl. 1747–1770), a founder of the Shakers
  4648. Q18759313 Wentworth, Jane [Anne; called the Maid of Ipswich] (c.1503–1572?), visionary
  4649. Q18759318 Dun, John (1723/4–1792), Church of Scotland minister and tutor
  4650. Q18759331 Powell, John (fl. 1769–1785), portrait painter
  4651. Q18759336 Rotherham, Sir John (bap. 1630, d. 1708), lawyer and judge
  4652. Q18759349 Lewis, Joseph (fl. 1750–1774), poet and ivory-turner
  4653. Q18759357 Dicas [married name Arstall], Mary (fl. 1800–1815), maker of scientific instruments
  4654. Q18759369 Baudouin, Nicolas (1525/6–1613), Reformed minister
  4655. Q18759370 Bayning, Paul (c.1539–1616), merchant
  4656. Q18759376 Pole, Ralph (b. in or before 1400, d. 1460), justice
  4657. Q18759378 David Crouch, ‘Harcourt family (per. c.1050–1330)’, first published
  4658. Q18759379 Theo Barker, ‘Pilkington family (per. c.1825–1925)’, first published
  4659. Q18759384 Blackborne, Robert (c.1620–1701), naval official
  4660. Q18759385 Coytmor, Robert (fl. 1640–1660), lawyer and administrator
  4661. Q18759386 David Crouch, ‘Harcourt family (per. c.1050–1330)’, first published
  4662. Q18759388 Poole, Robert (1707/8–1752), physician and theological writer
  4663. Q18759389 Porter, Robert (1623/4–1690), clergyman and ejected minister
  4664. Q18759390 Powell, Robert (fl. 1609–1642), lawyer and legal writer
  4665. Q18759392 Poyntz, Sir Robert (bap. 1588, d. 1665), royalist writer
  4666. Q18759395 Pomfret, Samuel (1650?–1722), Presbyterian minister
  4667. Q18759404 Porten, Sir Stanier (bap. 1716, d. 1789), government official
  4668. Q18759405 O'Carroll, Mulroney [called Mulroney the Great] (c.1470–1532), chieftain
  4669. Q18759410 Fayreford, Thomas (fl. 1400–1450), medical practitioner
  4670. Q18759415 Powell, Thomas (1776–c.1863), composer and instrumentalist
  4671. Q18759419 Staveley, Thomas (bap. 1626, d. 1684), antiquary
  4672. Q18759420 Thirlwall, (Newell) Connop (1797–1875), historian and bishop of St David's
  4673. Q18759424 Gibson, Walter (b. c.1645, d. in or after 1717), merchant and shipowner
  4674. Q18759427 Porter, Walter (c.1587–1659), composer and church musician
  4675. Q18759438 Cooke, William (1807/8–1886), circus manager
  4676. Q18759443 Anne Polden, ‘Abenon, d', family (per. 1086–c.1400)’, first published
  4677. Q18759446 Drogheda, William of (1200x10?–1245), civil and canon lawyer
  4678. Q18759452 Potter, William (fl. 1650–1651), advocate of paper currency in England
  4679. Q18759456 Unwin [née Cawthorne], Mary (bap. 1723, d. 1796), friend of William Cowper
  4680. Q18761882 Phillipp R. Schofield, ‘Spring family (per. c.1400–c.1550)’, first published
  4681. Q18761883 Cathcart, Alan, of that ilk, first Lord Cathcart (c.1430–1496), landowner and courtier
  4682. Q18761884 Younger, Alan Christopher Wyrill (1933–2004), stained-glass artist
  4683. Q18761885 Nathan, Alec (1872–1954), industrialist
  4684. Q18761889 Raleigh, Alexander (1817–1880), Congregational minister
  4685. Q18761896 Ramsay, Andrew (1574–1659), Church of Scotland minister
  4686. Q18761897 Alexander [née Barber], Ann (1774/5–1861), banker and bill broker
  4687. Q18761898 Carr, Ann (1783–1841), Female Revivalist Society preacher
  4688. Q18761899 Elwell [née Glass], Ann Catherine (1922–1996), intelligence officer and diplomat
  4689. Q18761901 Southwell [née Harris], Anne, Lady Southwell (bap. 1574, d. 1636), poet
  4690. Q18761903 Whitehead [née Downer; other married name Greenwell], Anne (c.1624–1686), Quaker organizer and writer
  4691. Q18761904 Alden T. Vaughan, ‘American Indians in England (act. c.1500–1609)’, first published
  4692. Q18761905 Stewart, Archibald (c.1530–1584), merchant
  4693. Q18761906 Barnes [Barns], Arthur (1828–1908), acrobat
  4694. Q18761908 Mayhew, Arthur Innes (1878–1948), educationist
  4695. Q18761909 Warwick, Arthur (1604–1633), Church of England clergyman and writer
  4696. Q18761910 Bunsen, Sir Bernard de (1907–1990), educationist
  4697. Q18761923 Steele, Christopher [called the Count, Count Steele] (bap. 1733, d. 1767), portrait painter
  4698. Q18761924 Sutton, Christopher (c.1565–1629), Church of England clergyman and devotional writer
  4699. Q18761926 O'Sullivan, Cornelius (1841–1907), brewing chemist
  4700. Q18761927 Scully, Denys (1773–1830), barrister and political activist
  4701. Q18761928 Stewart, Desmond Stirling (1924–1981), writer
  4702. Q18761929 Quillinan, Edward (1791–1851), poet
  4703. Q18761930 Haddow, Sir (Thomas) Douglas (1913–1986), civil servant
  4704. Q18761931 Columbine, Edward Henry (1763–1811), hydrographer and colonial governor
  4705. Q18761932 Greenly, Edward (1861–1951), geologist
  4706. Q18761933 Huggins, Edward (1755?–1829), plantation owner
  4707. Q18761934 Liddell, Edward George Tandy (1895–1981), physiologist
  4708. Q18761935 Nelson, Edward Theophilus (1874–1940), barrister and local politician
  4709. Q18761936 Sachs, Edwin Otho (1870–1919), architect
  4710. Q18761940 Marion Gibson, ‘Essex witches (act. 1566–1589)’, first published
  4711. Q18761941 P. J. P. Goldberg, ‘Women in trade and industry in York (act. c.1300–c.1500)’, first published
  4712. Q18761942 Pugh, Ellis (1656–1718), Quaker minister in America
  4713. Q18761943 Neil, Eric (1918–1990), physiologist
  4714. Q18761944 Müller, Ernest Bruce John Iwan- (1853–1910), journalist
  4715. Q18761949 Robartes, Foulke (1578/9–1650), Church of England clergyman
  4716. Q18761951 Engledow, Sir Frank Leonard (1890–1985), plant scientist and agriculturist
  4717. Q18761952 Bain, Sir Frederick William (1889–1950), chemist and industrialist
  4718. Q18761953 Hobday, Sir Frederick Thomas George (1870–1939), veterinary surgeon
  4719. Q18761954 Shirley, Frederick Joseph John (1890–1967), headmaster
  4720. Q18761955 Gates, Geoffrey (fl. 1566–1580), soldier and polemicist
  4721. Q18761958 Plaxton, George (1647/8–1720), Church of England clergyman and antiquary
  4722. Q18761964 Truefitt, George (1824–1902), architect
  4723. Q18761965 Warner, Sir George Frederic (1845–1936), archivist
  4724. Q18761966 Wigner, George William (1842–1884), analytical chemist
  4725. Q18761967 Aves, Dame Geraldine Maitland (1898–1986), civil servant and social reformer
  4726. Q18761971 C. A. Bayly, ‘Das family (per. c.1750–c.1820)’, first published
  4727. Q18761972 Chamber [née Hall], Grace (1676–1762), Quaker minister
  4728. Q18761973 Lister, Gulielma (1860–1949), mycologist and naturalist
  4729. Q18761974 Drayton, Harold Charles Gilbert [Harley] (1901–1966), financier
  4730. Q18761975 Wodehouse, Helen Marion (1880–1964), philosopher and college head
  4731. Q18761976 Shearer [née Downing], Helena Paulina (1839x47–1885), socialist and suffragist
  4732. Q18761977 White, Henrietta Margaret (1856–1936), educationist and college head
  4733. Q18761979 Michael S. Moss, ‘Binns family (per. c.1810–1897)’, first published
  4734. Q18761981 Season, Henry (1693–1775), almanac writer and medical practitioner
  4735. Q18761989 Quin, Walter (c.1575–1641), poet and royal tutor
  4736. Q18761991 Scottish army officer in the Swedish service (c.1589–1638/9)
  4737. Q18762000 Ann Eatwell, Ruth Gosling, ‘Hardman family (per. c.1820–1935)’, first published
  4738. Q18762001 Layden, Sir John [Jack] (1926–1996), miner and local politician
  4739. Q18762002 Price, John (1626/7–1691), Church of England clergyman
  4740. Q18762004 Price, John (1773–1801), topographer
  4741. Q18762005 Prince, John Henry (b. 1770, d. in or after 1818), writer
  4742. Q18762007 Radford [alias Tanfield], John (c.1562–1630), Jesuit
  4743. Q18762011 Rowning, John (1701?–1771), natural philosopher and mathematician
  4744. Q18762013 Ryland, John (1716/17–1798), friend of Samuel Johnson
  4745. Q18762014 Sale, John (1758–1827), singer and conductor
  4746. Q18762015 Chauncy [Cancy], Joseph of (b. in or before 1213, d. in or after 1283), prior of the hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England and royal administrator
  4747. Q18762019 Thompson, Josiah (c.1724–1806), Particular Baptist minister and historian
  4748. Q18762020 Slaughter, Stephen (bap. 1697, d. 1765), portrait painter
  4749. Q18762025 Price, Laurence (fl. 1628–1675), ballad and chapbook writer
  4750. Q18762026 Ramsay, Laurence (fl. c.1577–1588), poet
  4751. Q18762027 Forster, Leonard Wilson (1913–1997), German scholar
  4752. Q18762033 Rainsford, Marcus (b. c.1750, d. in or after 1805), author
  4753. Q18762036 Norris, Henry, first Baron Norris (c.1525–1601), courtier and diplomat
  4754. Q18762037 Charlton, Mary (fl. 1794–1824), writer and translator
  4755. Q18762039 Houstoun [née Jesse; other married name Fraser], Matilda Charlotte (1815–1892), novelist and travel writer
  4756. Q18762040 Renzy, Sir Matthew de (1577–1634), customs official and Gaelic scholar
  4757. Q18762041 Lade, Michael (bap. 1737, d. 1799), racehorse owner and miser
  4758. Q18762044 Anthony Slaven, ‘Stephen family (per. 1750–1976)’, first published
  4759. Q18762045 Whiting, Nathaniel (1611/12–1682), satirist and nonconformist minister
  4760. Q18762047 Joy Rowe, ‘Burwell family (per. c.1500–1684)’, first published
  4761. Q18762049 Radcliffe, Nicholas (d. 1396x1401), prior of Wymondham and theologian
  4762. Q18762050 Malvery [married name Mackirdy], Olive Christian (1876/7–1914), social observer
  4763. Q18762052 Rodocanachi, Peter Pandia (1831–1899), merchant and banker
  4764. Q18762053 Redfern, Percy (1875–1958), journalist and historian of the co-operative movement
  4765. Q18762056 Fulkherd, Quentin [Quintin Folkhard] (fl. 1407–1410), alleged Lollard heretic
  4766. Q18762057 Lloyd, Rachel (1722–1803), housekeeper
  4767. Q18762061 West, Benjamin (1738–1820), history painter
  4768. Q18762063 Premonstratensian abbot and religious writer (fl. 1150–1199)
  4769. Q18762065 Laurence Ince, ‘Knight family (per. c.1680–1897)’, first published
  4770. Q18762067 Reid, Richard Tuohill (1822/3–1883), lawyer and jurist in India
  4771. Q18762069 Reynolds [Rainolde], Richard (c.1530–1606), Church of England clergyman and author
  4772. Q18762071 Brygandyne [Brickenden], Robert (c.1465–c.1525), naval administrator
  4773. Q18762077 Le Maçon, Robert [Robert La Fontaine] (1534/5–1611), Reformed minister and diplomat
  4774. Q18762078 Pricket, Robert (fl. 1603–1645), poet
  4775. Q18762086 Price, Sampson (1585/6–1630), Church of England clergyman and religious writer
  4776. Q18762088 Ribeiro, Samuel [formerly Diogo] Nunes (b. 1667/8, d. in or after 1741), physician
  4777. Q18762089 Pullen, Samuel (1713–1784?), Church of England clergyman and writer
  4778. Q18762091 Slater, Samuel (1629?–1704), clergyman and ejected minister
  4779. Q18762098 Proctor, Thomas (fl. 1578–1584), poet
  4780. Q18762099 Proctor, Thomas (1753–1794), history painter and sculptor
  4781. Q18762103 Ramsay [Ramsey], Thomas (fl. c.1647–1653), Roman Catholic agent
  4782. Q18762105 Sherley, Thomas (bap. 1638, d. 1678), physician and natural philosopher
  4783. Q18762107 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Tyrell family (per. c.1304–c.1510)’, first published
  4784. Q18762109 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Tyrell family (per. c.1304–c.1510)’, first published
  4785. Q18762111 Willshire, Sir Thomas, first baronet (1789–1862), army officer
  4786. Q18762112 Puller, Timothy (bap. 1637/8, d. 1693), Church of England clergyman
  4787. Q18762113 Bateman, Hezekiah Linthicum (1812–1875), actor and theatre manager
  4788. Q18762118 Pyncebeke [Pyncebeck, Pinchbeck], Walter (fl. 1330–1339), Benedictine monk and archivist
  4789. Q18762122 Peter Fleming, ‘Culpeper family (per. c.1400–c.1540)’, first published
  4790. Q18762123 Fream, William (1854–1906), agriculturist and writer
  4791. Q18762125 Lynn, William (1792–1870), hotelier and sports promoter
  4792. Q18762126 Martindale, William (1840–1902), pharmacist
  4793. Q18762128 Paton, William (1886–1943), minister of the Presbyterian Church of England and missionary
  4794. Q18762133 Pym, Sir William (1772–1861), military surgeon
  4795. Q18762134 Radclyffe, William (1783–1855), engraver
  4796. Q18762136 Rainborow, William (bap. 1587, d. 1642), naval officer
  4797. Q18762138 Alastair J. Macdonald, ‘Ramsay family (per. c.1300–1513)’, first published
  4798. Q18762142 Renwick, William (bap. 1740, d. 1814), naval surgeon and author
  4799. Q18762144 Wightman, Sir William (1785–1863), judge
  4800. Q18762300 (1879–1952) orvos, akadémikus
  4801. Q18783541 Cowper [known as Shell], Agnes (b. c.1559, d. after 1619), servant and vagrant
  4802. Q18783542 Porter, (Ann) Agnes (c.1752–1814), governess and diarist
  4803. Q18783546 Reid, Alexander (1747–1823), painter
  4804. Q18783548 Richmond, Alexander Bailey (fl. 1809–1834), spy
  4805. Q18783552 Rigge [Rigg], Ambrose (c.1635–1705), Quaker preacher and writer
  4806. Q18783553 Lewsham [Newsham], Amelia (b. c.1748, d. in or after 1798), white negress
  4807. Q18783555 Muir, Andrew (1817–1899), merchant
  4808. Q18783557 Robertson, Andrew (1777–1845), miniature painter
  4809. Q18783559 Fenwick [née Benison], Ann (1724–1777), Roman Catholic litigant and heir
  4810. Q18783563 Gargill, Anne (b. c.1625, d. in or after 1659), Quaker and writer
  4811. Q18783567 Dudgeon, Antony Greville [Tony] (1916–2004), air force officer
  4812. Q18783568 Rivers, Antony (fl. 1601–1606), Jesuit
  4813. Q18783572 Peterson, Sir Arthur William (1916–1986), public servant
  4814. Q18783573 Wagner, Arthur Douglas (1824–1902), Church of England clergyman
  4815. Q18783574 Yapp, Sir Arthur Keysall (1869–1936), young people's welfare organizer
  4816. Q18783576 Chamberlain, Bartholomew (bap. 1545, d. in or after 1611), Church of England clergyman
  4817. Q18783577 Robertson, Bartholomew (fl. 1601–1622), Church of Scotland minister and author
  4818. Q18783578 Ray, Benjamin (1703/4–1760), antiquary and Church of England clergyman
  4819. Q18783579 Shaw, Benjamin (1772–1841), mechanic and autobiographer
  4820. Q18783581 Galliardello, Caesar (bap. 1568, d. 1627), musician
  4821. Q18783586 Darby, Charles (bap. 1635, d. 1709), poet and clergyman
  4822. Q18783590 Sutton, Sir Charles (1775–1828), army officer
  4823. Q18783594 Richardson, Christopher (bap. 1619, d. 1698), clergyman and ejected minister
  4824. Q18783596 White, Christopher (c.1650–1695?), chemist and laboratory technician
  4825. Q18783597 Bennett [née Rawlings], Crystal-Margaret (1918–1987), archaeologist
  4826. Q18783599 Randolph [formerly Randall], Charles (1809–1878), marine engineer and shipbuilder
  4827. Q18783600 Richard C. Allen, ‘Kemeys family (per. c.1570–1747)’, first published
  4828. Q18783602 Roberts, David (1756/7–1819), army officer and writer
  4829. Q18783605 Scot, David (c.1770–1834), orientalist and writer
  4830. Q18783607 Skene, David (bap. 1731, d. 1770), physician and naturalist
  4831. Q18783619 Daniel, Edmund (1541/2–1572), Jesuit and martyr
  4832. Q18783625 Dodd, Edward (1704/5?–1810), musical instrument maker
  4833. Q18783628 Riddle, Edward (bap. 1786, d. 1854), mathematician and astronomer
  4834. Q18783629 Whaley, Edward Peter [Eddie] (1877x80–1960), comedian and singer
  4835. Q18783639 Conway, Essie Ruth (1862–1934), headmistress and educationist
  4836. Q18783641 Bark, Evelyn Elizabeth Patricia (1900–1993), charity worker
  4837. Q18783642 Fonblanque, Florence Gertrude de [née Florence Gertrude Sparagnapane] (1864–1949), suffragist
  4838. Q18783644 Ingram [née Shepheard, Gibson], Frances, Viscountess Irwin (1734?–1807), landowner and political manager
  4839. Q18783647 Rawle, Francis (c.1660–1727), writer on trade and finance
  4840. Q18783648 English marine painter, born ca. 1777, active 1799-1808
  4841. Q18783668 Ridpath, George (1716?–1772), Church of Scotland minister and historian
  4842. Q18783676 Stayley, George (b. 1727, d. before 1780), actor and playwright
  4843. Q18783684 Stranger, Hannah (fl. 1656–1671), Quaker missionary
  4844. Q18783689 Urmston [née Hughes], Harriett Elizabeth Hughes (1828–1897), missionary
  4845. Q18783692 Gordon [née Mordaunt], Henrietta, duchess of Gordon (1681/2–1760), Jacobite sympathizer
  4846. Q18783695 Hills, Henry, senior (c.1625–1688/9), printer
  4847. Q18783702 Karr, Heywood Walter Seton- (1859–1938), soldier and game hunter
  4848. Q18783712 Rayman, Jacob (b. in or before 1596, d. in or after 1658), violin maker
  4849. Q18783713 Richards, Jacob (bap. 1664, d. 1701), military engineer
  4850. Q18783717 Donally, James (fl. 1779–1784), blackmailer
  4851. Q18783720 Richards, James Brinsley (1846–1892), journalist
  4852. Q18783723 Robertson, James (1803–1860), Church of Scotland minister and religious controversialist
  4853. Q18783724 Usher, James (1720–1771), Roman Catholic priest and schoolmaster
  4854. Q18783726 Whiston, James (bap. 1641?, d. 1706), broker and writer on trade
  4855. Q18783728 Wood, James (c.1609–1664), Church of Scotland minister and college head
  4856. Q18783729 Pearson [née Sibson], Jane (1735?–1816), Quaker minister and autobiographer
  4857. Q18783735 Michael H. Fisher, ‘Indian visitors (act. c.1720–c.1810)’, first published
  4858. Q18783737 Bedford, John (1903–1980), department store manager
  4859. Q18783740 Bodley, John (c.1520–1591), religious radical and publisher
  4860. Q18783742 Colt [formerly Poultrain or Poutrain], Maximilian (fl. 1595–1645), sculptor
  4861. Q18783744 Craig, Sir John (1874–1957), steel manufacturer
  4862. Q18783747 Dominic Luckett, ‘Daubeney family (per. c.1225–c.1510)’, first published
  4863. Q18783751 Kinloch, John Parlane (1885–1932), medical officer of health
  4864. Q18783754 Letts, John (bap. 1772, d. 1851), stationer and diary publisher
  4865. Q18783755 Lively, John Frederick [Jack] (1930–1998), political scientist
  4866. Q18783758 Pawson, John (1737–1806), Methodist minister
  4867. Q18783760 Pinder, John Hothersall (1794–1868), college head
  4868. Q18783761 Ramsay, John, of Ochtertyre (1736–1814), writer on Scotland
  4869. Q18783764 Rastrick, John (1650–1727), Presbyterian minister
  4870. Q18783766 Reinolds [Reynolds], John (1584?–1614), Latin poet
  4871. Q18783767 Reynolds, John (1668–1727), Presbyterian minister
  4872. Q18783770 Rhydderch, John (bap. 1673?, d. 1735), printer and poet
  4873. Q18783772 Richardson, John (1668/9–1747), Church of Ireland dean of Kilmacduagh
  4874. Q18783781 Rivett [Revet], John (1623/4–1675), brazier
  4875. Q18783783 Roberdeau, John Peter (bap. 1754, d. 1815), playwright
  4876. Q18783796 Robins, John (c.1500–1558), astrologer
  4877. Q18783802 Swan, John (bap. 1605, d. 1671), Church of England clergyman and encyclopaedist
  4878. Q18783805 Taaffe, John (b. 1646/7, d. after 1728), informer
  4879. Q18783808 Twigg, John (1748/9–1816), cook and fruiterer
  4880. Q18783810 Wesenham, John (fl. 1333–1382), merchant, shipowner, and financier
  4881. Q18783814 Molloy, Joseph Fitzgerald (1858–1908), novelist and historian
  4882. Q18783820 Richardson, Joseph (1814–1862), flautist
  4883. Q18783823 Roberts, Joseph (1794/5–1849), missionary
  4884. Q18783826 Nicholls, Josias (c.1553–1639/40), Church of England minister and religious controversialist
  4885. Q18783829 Gordon, Katharine, duchess of Gordon (1718–1779), politician
  4886. Q18783830 Pelham [née Manners], Lady Katharine (1700/01–1780), political wife
  4887. Q18783833 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Constable family (per. c.1300–1488)’, first published
  4888. Q18783834 Krishna Kanta Nandy [known as Kantababu; Cantoo Baboo] (c.1720–1794), banian
  4889. Q18783841 S. I. Boardman, ‘Drummond family (per. 1363–1518)’, first published
  4890. Q18783843 Callan [née Hughes], Margaret (c.1817–c.1883), Irish nationalist
  4891. Q18783847 Campion, Mary Anne (c.1687–1706), singer and dancer
  4892. Q18783859 Balme, Matthew (1813–1884), factory reformer
  4893. Q18783862 Robinson, Matthew (bap. 1628, d. 1694), Church of England clergyman and physician
  4894. Q18783864 Wasbrough, Matthew (bap. 1753, d. 1781), engineer and inventor of steam engines
  4895. Q18783866 White, Robert (c.1530x32–1574), church musician and composer
  4896. Q18783867 Roche, David, seventh Viscount Roche of Fermoy (1573?–1635), nobleman
  4897. Q18783879 Ranew, Nathanael (1602?–1677), clergyman and ejected minister
  4898. Q18783881 Hinton, Nicholas John (1942–1997), charity administrator
  4899. Q18783882 Read, Nicholas (c.1733–1787), sculptor
  4900. Q18783886 Sprimont, Nicholas (bap. 1715, d. 1771), goldsmith and porcelain manufacturer
  4901. Q18783888 John Purser, ‘MacArthur family (per. 1715–1839)’, first published
  4902. Q18783889 Peter Longley, ‘Longley family (per. c.1860–1994)’, first published
  4903. Q18783893 White, Peter (fl. 1551–c.1570), Church of Ireland dean of Waterford
  4904. Q18783895 Rundell, Philip (1746–1827), jeweller and millionaire
  4905. Q18783904 Richard (fl. 1216–1222), Augustinian canon and historian
  4906. Q18783905 Adams, Sir Richard (1709/10–1774), judge
  4907. Q18783907 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  4908. Q18783911 Hore, Richard (fl. 1535–1538), mariner
  4909. Q18783913 Rawlin, Richard (1686/7–1757), Independent minister
  4910. Q18783915 Read, Richard (1745?–1790?), engraver
  4911. Q18783921 Roach, Richard [name in religion Onesimus] (1662–1730), Church of England clergyman and Philadelphian
  4912. Q18783924 English poet (fl. 1573–1589)
  4913. Q18783927 Sayers, Richard Sidney (1908–1989), economist
  4914. Q18783930 Richard Scrob (fl. 1052–1066), soldier and landowner
  4915. Q18783938 Heaton, Clement (1824–1882), joint founder of a firm of stained-glass makers and architectural decorators
  4916. Q18783939 English gentry in Yorkshire (fl. 1313–1338/9)
  4917. Q18783944 Robert W. Dunning, ‘Luttrell family (per. c.1200–1428)’, first published
  4918. Q18783950 Bridlington, Robert of [Robert the Scribe] (fl. 1147–1160), prior of Bridlington and theologian
  4919. Q18783958 Rich, Robert (1607x20–1679), Quaker adherent and sectary
  4920. Q18783965 Ley, Roger (1593/4–1668), Church of England clergyman and author
  4921. Q18783968 Atkins, Samuel Elliott (1807–1898), chronometer maker and politician
  4922. Q18783971 Jackson, Samuel Phillips (1830–1904), watercolour painter
  4923. Q18783975 Vale, Samuel (1797–1848), actor
  4924. Q18783976 Hackett, Sarah [formerly Esther; known as Mrs La Tournelle] (1737/8–1797), schoolmistress
  4925. Q18783977 Alan Crawford, ‘Barnsley family (per. 1885–1987)’, first published
  4926. Q18783987 Malone, Sylvester (1822–1906), ecclesiastical historian
  4927. Q18783990 Anyan, Thomas (1582?–1633?), college head
  4928. Q18783994 English painter (fl. 1390–1401)
  4929. Q18783997 Ray, Thomas Mathew (1801–1881), political organizer
  4930. Q18784000 Redmond, Thomas (c.1745–1785), miniature painter
  4931. Q18784003 Reynolds, Thomas (c.1667–1727), Presbyterian minister
  4932. Q18784006 Ridley, Sir Thomas (b. before 1548, d. 1629), civil lawyer
  4933. Q18784011 Rokeby, Sir Thomas (c.1631–1699), judge
  4934. Q18784012 Rudge, Thomas (bap. 1753, d. 1825), topographer and writer on agriculture
  4935. Q18784023 Whitford, Walter (b. c.1617, d. in or after 1691), royalist army officer
  4936. Q18784027 Brodum, William (fl. 1767–1824), quack
  4937. Q18784028 Butler, Sir William Waters, first baronet (1866–1939), brewer
  4938. Q18784034 William Dixon (1788–1859), iron and coal master
  4939. Q18784036 Giles, William (1872–1939), colour printmaker
  4940. Q18784038 Graham, William (1839–1911), philosopher and political economist
  4941. Q18784045 Randall, William (fl. 1585–1604), musician and composer
  4942. Q18784047 Rastrick, William (bap. 1697, d. 1752), Presbyterian preacher
  4943. Q18784059 Roberts, William Hayward (bap. 1734, d. 1791), poet and Church of England clergyman
  4944. Q18784064 Thorn, William [formerly Wilhelm] (1780–1843), army officer and cartographer
  4945. Q18784067 Waldegrave, Sir William (1636?–1701), physician
  4946. Q18810562 Philip Morgan, ‘Audley family (per. c.1130–1391)’, first published
  4947. Q18810566 Adgar [William] (fl. 1150x1200), Anglo-Norman translator
  4948. Q18810567 John Orbell, ‘Hope family (per. c.1700–1813)’, first published
  4949. Q18810579 Sheilds, Alexander (1659/60–1700), Presbyterian minister
  4950. Q18810584 Harrison, Alice [known as Dame Alice] (c.1680–c.1765), schoolmistress
  4951. Q18810585 Rattenbury [née Wolfe], Alma Victoria (1897/8–1935), accused murderer
  4952. Q18810587 Warren, Charles (1766/7–1823), engraver
  4953. Q18810596 Joy Rowe, ‘Drury family (per. 1485–1624)’, first published
  4954. Q18810597 Dermot [later MacDermot], Anthony (c.1708–1784), merchant and Roman Catholic activist
  4955. Q18810601 Sadler, Anthony (b. 1610/11, d. in or after 1683), Church of England clergyman
  4956. Q18810608 Standish, Arthur (fl. 1552–1615), writer on agriculture
  4957. Q18810610 English jeweller (fl. 1760–1792)
  4958. Q18810612 English gentry in Warwickshire (c.1412–1474/5)
  4959. Q18810616 Overton, Benjamin [formerly Ebenezer] (c.1647–1711), politician and political pamphleteer
  4960. Q18810618 Rogers, Benjamin (1613/14–1698), organist and composer
  4961. Q18810623 M. H. Port, ‘Burt family (per. c.1830–1964)’, first published
  4962. Q18810628 Veil, Charles Marie de (1630–1685x91), religious convert and biblical commentator
  4963. Q18810637 Sharpe [married name Seyffarth], Louisa (bap. 1798, d. 1843), miniature and watercolour painter
  4964. Q18810642 Colm Ó Baoill, ‘Mac an Bhaird family (per. c.1400–c.1695)’, first published
  4965. Q18810643 Fermedo, Sir Cornelius (c.1600–1638), playwright and courtier
  4966. Q18810646 Ryan, Daniel Frederick (c.1762–1798), army officer and magistrate
  4967. Q18810652 Scottish painter, active 1654-1682
  4968. Q18810656 Walker, Adam (1730/31–1821), itinerant lecturer and writer
  4969. Q18810658 Leon, Jack de (1902–1956), theatre manager and impresario
  4970. Q18810663 Tull, Ebenezer (1732/3–1761/2), landscape painter and schoolmaster
  4971. Q18810670 Snape, Edmund (c.1565–1608), Church of England clergyman and evangelical preacher
  4972. Q18810672 Haistwell, Edward (c.1658–1709), merchant
  4973. Q18810681 Rothwell, Edward (c.1673–1731), Presbyterian minister and tutor
  4974. Q18810688 John Orbell, ‘Stern family (per. c.1830–1964)’, first published
  4975. Q18810689 Whitaker, Edward William (bap. 1752, d. 1818), Church of England clergyman and charity administrator
  4976. Q18810701 Woodcock [née Williams], Elizabeth (bap. 1756, d. 1799), survivor
  4977. Q18810704 Alan Crawford, ‘Barnsley family (per. 1885–1987)’, first published
  4978. Q18810708 L. A. Yeoman, ‘North Berwick witches (act. 1590–1592)’, first published
  4979. Q18810711 McLaren [née Müller], Eva Maria (1852/3–1921), social reformer and political activist
  4980. Q18810712 Wilton, Eve of (c.1058–c.1125), Benedictine nun and anchoress
  4981. Q18810721 Elliott, William (1780/81–1853), maker of scientific instruments
  4982. Q18810724 T. A. B. Corley, ‘Simonds family (per. c.1768–1960)’, first published
  4983. Q18810729 Erskine, Sir George, of Innerteil, Lord Innerteil (c.1567–1646), judge and supposed alchemist
  4984. Q18810739 Ruggle, George (bap. 1575, d. 1621/2), Latin playwright
  4985. Q18810742 Saunders, Sir George (1670/71–1734), naval officer
  4986. Q18810743 Saunders, George (bap. 1762, d. 1839), architect
  4987. Q18810746 Swiney, George (c.1786–1844), doctor and benefactor
  4988. Q18810747 Synge, George (1594–1652), Church of Ireland bishop of Cloyne
  4989. Q18810755 Scott, Gregory (1532/3–1576), Church of England clergyman
  4990. Q18810756 Robertson, Hannah (1862–1950), educationist and promoter of higher education for women
  4991. Q18810757 Couchman, Sir Harold John (1882–1956), army officer and surveyor
  4992. Q18810759 Esten [née Bennett; other married name Scott-Waring], Harriet Pye (1761?–1865), actress
  4993. Q18810760 O'Neill [née Boyle], Henrietta (1757/8–1793), poet and patron of the arts
  4994. Q18810764 Henry Summerson, ‘Dacre family (per. 1542–1716)’, first published
  4995. Q18810767 Lee, Henry (c.1644–1713), philosopher and Church of England clergyman
  4996. Q18810769 Monteith, Robert (1811–1884), politician and philanthropist
  4997. Q18810774 Theobald, Sir Henry Studdy (1847–1934), barrister and art collector
  4998. Q18810779 Rollock, Hercules (c.1546–1599), lawyer and poet
  4999. Q18810784 Collins, Hyman Henry (1832/3–1905), architect
  5000. Q18810788 J. D. Banham, ‘Cookson family (per. c.1700–1863)’, first published
  5001. Q18810794 Vincent [née Burchell; other married name Mills], Isabella (1734/5–1802), singer
  5002. Q18810795 Pearson [married name Miller], (Frances) Issette Jessie (1861–1941), golfer
  5003. Q18810797 Rose, Jacques-Auguste (1756/7–1841), parliamentary usher in France
  5004. Q18810801 Elliot, Archibald (bap. 1761, d. 1823), architect
  5005. Q18810803 Nairn, James (1629–1678), Church of Scotland minister and book collector
  5006. Q18810813 Salter, James (1648/9–1718), Church of England clergyman
  5007. Q18810814 Sanderson, James (1769–c.1841), composer and instrumentalist
  5008. Q18810817 Scrymgeour, Sir James, of Dudhope (c.1550–1612), administrator
  5009. Q18810827 Marion Gibson, ‘Essex witches (act. 1566–1589)’, first published
  5010. Q18810831 Philip Morgan, ‘Bek family (per. c.1150–c.1350)’, first published
  5011. Q18810834 Bordon, John (fl. 1624–1659), army officer in the Swedish service
  5012. Q18810836 Bullough, John (1836/7–1891), textile machinery manufacturer
  5013. Q18810837 Siôn Cent [John Kent] (fl. 1400–1430), Welsh-language poet
  5014. Q18810838 Coan, John (1727/8–1764), sideshow performer
  5015. Q18810846 Ros, William de, first Lord Ros (c.1255–1316), nobleman and soldier
  5016. Q18810851 Harington, John (1588/9–1654), lawyer and diarist
  5017. Q18810885 Rough, John (c.1508–1557), protestant martyr
  5018. Q18810899 Rowland, John (1605/6–1680), Church of England clergyman and author
  5019. Q18810904 Rushworth, John (1669–1736), surgeon
  5020. Q18810906 Russel, John (1740/41–1817), Church of Scotland minister
  5021. Q18810917 Ryther, John (1631x5–1681), clergyman and ejected minister
  5022. Q18810920 English translator and music copyist (born 1512/13, died in or after 1591)
  5023. Q18810922 Salisbury [Salusbury; alias Parry], John (1575/6–1626), Jesuit
  5024. Q18810924 Salisbury, Thomas (1566/7–1622), bookseller and Welsh-language poet
  5025. Q18810939 Scott, John (fl. 1539–1571), printer
  5026. Q18810941 Scott, Sir Thomas (1534x6–1594), landowner
  5027. Q18810949 Sedgwick, Obadiah (1599/1600–1658), Church of England clergyman
  5028. Q18810959 Shaw, John (1612/13–1689), Church of England clergyman
  5029. Q18810961 Skot [Scott], John (fl. 1521–1537), printer
  5030. Q18810965 Vandergucht, Gerard (1696/7–1776), engraver and art dealer
  5031. Q18810973 Windus, John (fl. 1720–1725), travel writer
  5032. Q18810977 Ann Prior, ‘Gibbins family (per. c.1770–1919)’, first published
  5033. Q18810979 Grimaldi, Joseph [Giuseppe] (1709x16?–1788), dancer and dentist
  5034. Q18810993 Welch, Joseph (c.1750–1805), compiler of biographical reference works
  5035. Q18810997 Robins, John (fl. 1641–1652), supposed reincarnation of Christ
  5036. Q18810999 Rogers, Josias (bap. 1754?, d. 1795), naval officer
  5037. Q18811008 Ross [née Collace], Katherine (c.1635–1697), memoirist and schoolmistress
  5038. Q18811010 Bourne, Kenneth (1930–1992), historian
  5039. Q18811023 Cary [née Morison], Lettice, Viscountess Falkland (c.1612–1647), noblewoman and benefactor
  5040. Q18811033 Donaldson, Malcolm (1884–1973), obstetric physician and gynaecologist
  5041. Q18811044 Beddingfield [née Rowe, Row], Margery (bap. 1742, d. 1763), murderer
  5042. Q18811055 Alexander Koller, ‘Beilby family (per. c.1755–1819)’, first published
  5043. Q18811062 Brailsford, Mary Ann (bap. 1791, d. 1852), originator of the Bramley's Seedling apple
  5044. Q18811073 T. A. B. Corley, ‘Reinagle family (per. c.1760–1877)’, first published
  5045. Q18811088 Securis [Hatchett], John (fl. 1550–1580), physician
  5046. Q18811092 Weldon, Sir Anthony (bap. 1583, d. 1648), local politician and reputed satirist
  5047. Q18811097 Attaway, Mrs (fl. 1645–1646), Baptist preacher
  5048. Q18811101 Rogers, Nehemiah (bap. 1594, d. 1660), Church of England clergyman
  5049. Q18811106 Dixon, Nicholas (c.1645–1708x20), miniature painter
  5050. Q18811109 Magens, Nicholas (1697?–1764), merchant and author
  5051. Q18811115 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  5052. Q18811117 Robinson, Nicholas (c.1697–1775), physician
  5053. Q18811119 Wogan, Nicholas (1700–1770), Jacobite army officer
  5054. Q18811121 MacMunn, Norman (1877–1925), schoolmaster and educationist
  5055. Q18811137 Ross, Patrick (c.1740–1804), military engineer
  5056. Q18811142 Pemulwoy (c.1760–1802), Aboriginal warrior
  5057. Q18811148 Legh, Richard (1634–1687), politician
  5058. Q18811152 Shaw, Peter (fl. 1628–1629), preacher
  5059. Q18811157 Leigh [alias Layton, Metcalfe], Philip (1650/51–1717), Jesuit
  5060. Q18811161 Rosenhagen, Philip (c.1737–1798), Church of England clergyman and writer
  5061. Q18811166 Walton [née Bourchier], Philippa (1674/5–1749), gunpowder manufacturer
  5062. Q18811168 Cromwell, Ralph (fl. 1568–1585), soldier
  5063. Q18811172 Simon Walker, ‘Hastings family (per. c.1300–c.1450)’, first published
  5064. Q18811182 English bookseller (1617/18–1693x1700)
  5065. Q18811186 Roe, Richard Baillie (1764/5?–1853), stenographer and writer
  5066. Q18811194 Wray Vamplew, ‘Tattersall family (per. c.1765–c.1940)’, first published
  5067. Q18811198 Christopher Starr, ‘Fitzwalter family (per. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  5068. Q18811209 Sumner, Robert Carey (1729–1771), schoolmaster
  5069. Q18811222 Davies [née Rees], (Florence) Rose (1882–1958), political activist
  5070. Q18811226 Carter, (Charles) Thomas (c.1735–1804), musician and composer
  5071. Q18811237 Law, Samuel (fl. 1772–1783), poet and weaver
  5072. Q18811239 Rolls [Rolle], Samuel (c.1628–1679/80), Church of England clergyman
  5073. Q18811246 Grubb [née Lynes], Sarah [Sally] (1773–1842), Quaker travelling minister
  5074. Q18811248 Cistercian monk in England (born c.1108, death after 1206)
  5075. Q18811252 Kathryn Faulkner, ‘Beauchamp, de, family (per. c.1080–c.1265)’, first published
  5076. Q18811255 Segar, Sir William (b. in or before 1564, d. 1633), herald
  5077. Q18811259 Haines, Stafford Bettesworth (1801/2–1860), political agent in Aden
  5078. Q18811265 Gower, Susanna Leveson- [née Lady Susan Stewart], marchioness of Stafford (1742/3–1805), politician
  5079. Q18811276 Coombe, Thomas (1747–1822), Church of England clergyman and American loyalist
  5080. Q18811285 Layborn, Thomas Alec Edwin (1898–1984), life-assurance and pensions consultant
  5081. Q18811287 Leverous, Thomas (c.1487–1577), bishop of Kildare
  5082. Q18811291 Marow, Thomas (1460x65–1505), lawyer
  5083. Q18811298 Robinson, Thomas (1790–1873), Church of England clergyman and orientalist
  5084. Q18811300 Roebuck, Thomas (1781–1819), orientalist
  5085. Q18811304 Rogers, Thomas (1760–1832), Church of England clergyman
  5086. Q18811309 Rose, Thomas (b. 1499/1500, d. in or after 1576), evangelical reformer and Church of England clergyman
  5087. Q18811311 Ross, Thomas (c.1575–1618), Church of Scotland minister
  5088. Q18811314 Ross, Thomas (bap. 1620, d. 1675), courtier and librarian
  5089. Q18811318 Rud, Thomas (1667/8–1733), schoolmaster and librarian
  5090. Q18811320 Russell, Thomas (bap. 1762, d. 1788), poet
  5091. Q18811322 English painter (fl. 1670–1689)
  5092. Q18811324 Savage, Thomas (1594/5–c.1633), interpreter in America
  5093. Q18811330 Seaton, Sir Thomas (bap. 1806, d. 1876), army officer in the East India Company
  5094. Q18811335 Shirley, Sir Thomas (c.1590–1654), antiquary
  5095. Q18811338 Short, Thomas (c.1690–1772), physician
  5096. Q18811342 Steele, Thomas [called Honest Tom Steele] (1788–1848), political activist
  5097. Q18811343 Swadlin, Thomas (1599/1600–1670), Church of England clergyman
  5098. Q18811357 Christopher Starr, ‘Fitzwalter family (per. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  5099. Q18811365 Barriffe, William (1599/1600–1643), military writer and parliamentarian army officer
  5100. Q18811367 Bulloch, William (1868–1941), bacteriologist and pathologist
  5101. Q18811368 Currie, Sir William Crawford (1884–1961), shipowner
  5102. Q18811369 Davenport, William (bap. 1584, d. 1655), landowner and diarist
  5103. Q18811372 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  5104. Q18811373 Timothy Clayton, ‘Dicey family (per. c.1710–c.1800)’, first published
  5105. Q18811375 Edgar, William (1790/91–1869), haberdasher
  5106. Q18811381 Marriott, William Mark Noble (1848–1916), meteorologist
  5107. Q18811384 R. Protheroe Jones, ‘Nevill family (per. c.1793–1973)’, first published
  5108. Q18811386 Scottish colonial official and playwright (fl. 1716–1760)
  5109. Q18811389 Rayner, William (bap. 1699, d. 1761), printer and bookseller
  5110. Q18811403 Ruff, William (1801/2–1856), sporting journalist
  5111. Q18811409 Salisbury, William (d. 1823/1829), nurseryman and botanist
  5112. Q18811410 Salmon, William (1701/2–1779), architectural writer
  5113. Q18811411 Samuel, William (fl. 1551–1569), poet
  5114. Q18811417 Scroggs, Sir William (c.1623–1683), judge
  5115. Q18811425 Swinderby, William (fl. 1382–1392), heretic
  5116. Q18811426 Joseph A. Nigota, ‘Vernon family (per. 1411–1515)’, first published
  5117. Q18811427 Wallis, William (fl. 1824–1830), silk weaver and radical leader
  5118. Q18811429 Welwood, William (fl. 1566–1624), legal writer and mathematician
  5119. Q18811434 Dainov, Zvi Hirsch (1831/2–1877), rabbi
  5120. Q18812593 deutscher Insektenkundler (1892–1975)
  5121. Q18812593 German entomologist (1892–1975)
  5122. Q18812593 düütschen Insektenkundler (1892–1975)
  5123. Q18812593 deutscher Insektnkundlä (1892–1975)
  5124. Q18813147 Morley, Agnes Headlam- (1902–1986), historian
  5125. Q18813148 Harris, Alexander (fl. 1619–1621), prison warden
  5126. Q18813150 Shippard, Alexander (1771–1841), naval officer
  5127. Q18813153 Shirreffs [Shirrefs], Andrew (bap. 1762, d. 1807?), poet
  5128. Q18813155 McAllister, Anne Hutchison (1892–1983), speech therapist and teacher
  5129. Q18813162 Davis, Henry David (1839–1915), architect
  5130. Q18813163 Simmons, Bartholomew [pseud. Harold] (1804–1850), poet
  5131. Q18813165 Hutchinson, Benjamin (bap. 1733, d. 1804), Church of England clergyman and antiquary
  5132. Q18813168 Wallin, Benjamin (1711–1782), Particular Baptist minister
  5133. Q18813170 Aylmer, Brabazon (bap. 1645, d. in or after 1719), bookseller
  5134. Q18813171 Holme, Bryan (bap. 1776, d. 1856), lawyer and a founder of the Law Society
  5135. Q18813173 P. J. P. Goldberg, ‘Women in trade and industry in York (act. c.1300–c.1500)’, first published
  5136. Q18813174 Marescoe, Charles (1633?–1670), merchant
  5137. Q18813176 Shipley, Sir Charles (1755–1815), army officer and colonial governor
  5138. Q18813177 Short, Augustus (1802–1883), bishop of Adelaide
  5139. Q18813184 Cockerell, Douglas Bennett (1870–1945), bookbinder
  5140. Q18813186 Batten, Edith Mary [Mollie] (1905–1985), welfare worker and educationist
  5141. Q18813190 Simpson, Edward (1578–1651), Church of England clergyman and author
  5142. Q18813191 Slaughter, Edward (1655–1729), Jesuit and Hebraist
  5143. Q18813197 K. D. Reynolds, ‘Vining family (per. 1807–1915)’, first published
  5144. Q18813199 Huth, (John) Frederick Andrew [formerly (Johann) Friedrich Andreas] (1777–1864), merchant and merchant banker
  5145. Q18813200 Marks, Geoffrey (1864–1938), actuary and insurance company manager
  5146. Q18813204 Shelley, George (c.1666–c.1736), writing-master
  5147. Q18813207 Sinclair, George, fifth earl of Caithness (1566/7–1643), nobleman
  5148. Q18813209 Macpherson [née Bate], Gerardine [Geddie] (1830/31–1878), biographer and book illustrator
  5149. Q18813210 Skeyne [Skene], Gilbert (c.1522–1599), physician
  5150. Q18813212 Slingsby, Sir Robert, baronet (1611–1661), naval officer and administrator
  5151. Q18813213 Bodrugan [Trenowith], Sir Henry (c.1426–1487x1503), landowner and rebel
  5152. Q18813216 Sheares, John (1766–1798), Irish nationalist
  5153. Q18813218 Sheres, Sir Henry (bap. 1641, d. 1710), military engineer and author
  5154. Q18813220 Skrine, Henry (1755–1803), traveller
  5155. Q18813225 Moss, Sir Horace Edward (1852–1912), theatre and music-hall manager
  5156. Q18813228 Bannister, James (1758/9–1836), circus proprietor
  5157. Q18813232 Houbraken: (1673-1744), V2, p 145
  5158. Q18813233 Skene, Sir John, of Curriehill (c.1540–1617), jurist
  5159. Q18813236 Houbraken: (1670-1715), V2, p 349
  5160. Q18813238 Houbraken: (1621-1690), V3, p 315
  5161. Q18813240 Hyman, Joe [formerly Joseph] (1921–1999), businessman
  5162. Q18813241 Houbraken: (1598-1635), V2, p 356
  5163. Q18813242 Houbraken: (1602-1674), V1, p 222
  5164. Q18813243 Applebee, John (c.1690–1750), printer and bookseller
  5165. Q18813245 son of the Elder (1603-1647)
  5166. Q18813247 Houbraken: (c1640-1705), V2, p 58
  5167. Q18813251 Shepherd, John (1759–1805), Church of England clergyman
  5168. Q18813252 Houbraken: (1617-1697), V3, p 213
  5169. Q18813260 Houbraken: (1649-1696), V2, p 351
  5170. Q18813266 Sinclair, John, ninth Lord Sinclair (bap. 1610, d. 1674), nobleman and army officer
  5171. Q18813270 Sinclair, John (1791–1857), singer
  5172. Q18813271 Houbraken: (1580-1656), V1, p 33
  5173. Q18813272 Houbraken: (1630-1669), V2, p 93
  5174. Q18813273 Sinclair, John (1797–1875), Church of England clergyman
  5175. Q18813277 Singer, John (fl. 1583–1603), actor
  5176. Q18813280 Skene, Sir John, of Curriehill (c.1540–1617), jurist
  5177. Q18813281 Houbraken: (1608-1666), V1, p 31
  5178. Q18813282 Houbraken: (1500-1599), V1, p 288
  5179. Q18813283 Skippe [Skipp], John (1741–1812), wood-engraver
  5180. Q18813286 Houbraken: (1587-1656), V1, p 277
  5181. Q18813287 Skynner, Sir John (bap. 1723, d. 1805), judge
  5182. Q18813288 Houbraken: (1650-1675), V3, p 102
  5183. Q18813290 Jonathan Brown, ‘Burrell family (per. c.1800–1929)’, first published
  5184. Q18813292 Houbraken: (1621-1694), V3, p 96
  5185. Q18813293 Sirr, Henry Charles (1764?–1841), police officer
  5186. Q18813294 Houbraken: (1650-1683), V2, p 356
  5187. Q18813298 Houbraken: (1606-1683), V3, p 64
  5188. Q18813300 Houbraken: (1632-1681), V2, p 356
  5189. Q18813301 Marsin [Mersin, Mercin], M. (fl. 1696–1701), theologian
  5190. Q18813303 Houbraken: (1652-1663), V3, p 61
  5191. Q18813307 Hartley [née Laffan], Mary [May] (c.1850–1916), novelist and short-story writer
  5192. Q18813310 Henry Summerson, ‘Servants of Samuel Pepys (act. 1658–1703)’, first published
  5193. Q18813314 Sherer, Moyle (1789–1869), army officer and writer
  5194. Q18813316 Simpson, Nathaniel (1599–1642), writer on arithmetic
  5195. Q18813320 Cameron, Neil (1854–1932), Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland minister
  5196. Q18813325 Knapton, John (bap. 1696, d. 1767x70), bookseller
  5197. Q18813327 R. A. Griffiths, ‘Stradling family (per. c.1290–1480)’, first published
  5198. Q18813333 Sherwin, Ralph (1799–1830), actor
  5199. Q18813336 Mount, Richard (bap. 1654, d. 1722), nautical publisher
  5200. Q18813337 Anstey, Richard of (c.1137–1194/5), litigant
  5201. Q18813342 Lee, Robert Warden (1868–1958), lawyer
  5202. Q18813344 Sheppard [Shepherd], Robert (fl. 1712–1740), engraver
  5203. Q18813345 Sherwood, Robert (fl. 1622–1634), lexicographer
  5204. Q18813348 Shirwood, Robert (fl. 1519–1523), Hebraist
  5205. Q18813351 Simpson, Robert (1792/1795–1867), minister of the United Presbyterian church and writer
  5206. Q18813352 Sinclair, Sir Robert, of Stevenson, third baronet, Lord Stevenson (1643–1713), politician
  5207. Q18813356 Davies, Rupert Eric (1909–1994), Methodist minister and scholar
  5208. Q18813358 Homan [née Waterlow], Ruth (1850–1938), educationist and women's welfare campaigner
  5209. Q18813360 Wilmot, Sir Sainthill Eardley- (1852–1929), forestry officer in India and Burma
  5210. Q18813361 Simmons, Samuel (c.1777–1819), actor
  5211. Q18813372 Beck, Simon Adams (1803–1883), gas industrialist and lawyer
  5212. Q18813373 Warwick, Simon [Simeon] of (c.1225–1296), abbot of St Mary's, York
  5213. Q18813377 Granger, Thomas (bap. 1578, d. 1627), Church of England clergyman and author
  5214. Q18813378 Shepherd, George Sidney (1784–1862), draughtsman and watercolour painter
  5215. Q18813382 Shipman, Thomas (1632–1680), poet
  5216. Q18813384 Sheldrake, Timothy (bap. 1691?, d. before 1759), botanist
  5217. Q18813385 Silvester, Tipping (1700–1768), Church of England clergyman and religious writer
  5218. Q18813388 Aldersey, William (1543–1616), merchant and antiquary
  5219. Q18813391 Bullock, William Edward (1877–1968), motor car manufacturer
  5220. Q18813395 Coventry, William [called Claudius Conversus] (fl. c.1340/1360), Carmelite friar and historian
  5221. Q18813396 Denison, William (1713/14–1782), merchant
  5222. Q18813404 Sheppard, William (fl. 1641–1660), portrait painter
  5223. Q18813408 Simson, William (b. 1562, d. in or after 1623), Church of Scotland minister and Hebraist
  5224. Q18813409 Scottish baron (died 1299x1303)
  5225. Q18813416 Slatyer, William (c.1587–1647), Church of England clergyman and author
  5226. Q18813418 Whytbroke, William (c.1500–1569), church musician and composer
  5227. Q18813607 English painter, 1855-1936
  5228. Q18813608 German painter, active 1546-1555
  5229. Q18813614 French porcelain gilder, active 1773-1790
  5230. Q18813618 French engraver, 1671-1723
  5231. Q18813619 French menuisier, 1748-ca. 1839, master 1773
  5232. Q18813621 British artist, active 1870-1895
  5233. Q18813628 German artist, 1852-1940
  5234. Q18813629 English painter, illustrator, and poster artist, 1881-1934
  5235. Q18813640 Spanish painter, active 1510-1535
  5236. Q18813643 American painter, 1860-1937
  5237. Q18813645 American architect and city planner, Chicago, Ill, 1915-1988
  5238. Q18813653 British figure painter and portraitist, born 1865, active 1886-after 1894
  5239. Q18813656 French painter and sculptor, 1625-1673
  5240. Q18813658 Italian painter and engraver, 1737-1804
  5241. Q18813661 English painter, 1815-1885
  5242. Q18813663 British carver, gilder, and cabinet maker, active 1808-1840
  5243. Q18813665 British painter, active 1867-1887
  5244. Q18813668 Scottish painter, architectural painter, and portraitist, active 1790-1798
  5245. Q18814428 (1640-1680), V2, p 353
  5246. Q18814429 (1650-1690), V2, p 349
  5247. Q18814431 (1675-1690), V3, p 102
  5248. Q18814437 (1620-1663), V2, p 354
  5249. Q18814438 (1646-1716), V2, p 350
  5250. Q18814439 (1645-1662), V3, p 105
  5251. Q18814440 (1620-1673), V2, p 357
  5252. Q18814443 (1600-1674), V2, p 345
  5253. Q18814444 (1645-1690), V3, p 133
  5254. Q18814446 (c1620-1656), V2, p 95
  5255. Q18814448 (1642-1697), V3, p 383
  5256. Q18814449 (1649-1726), V2, p 124
  5257. Q18814450 (1673-1716), V3, p 133
  5258. Q18814452 (c1630-1676), V2, p 353
  5259. Q18814454 (1656-1729), V2, p 355
  5260. Q18814463 (1608-1685), V2, p 350
  5261. Q18814466 (1667-1716), V1, p 147
  5262. Q18818832 US-amerikanischer Zoologe (1904–1983)
  5263. Q18818832 American zoologist (1904–1983)
  5264. Q18818832 amerikaanschen Zoologen (1904–1983)
  5265. Q18818832 amerikanischä Zoolooch (1904–1983)
  5266. Q18819001 actor, b. in Stamford, Conn., 4 Aug., 1828; d. in New Orleans, La., 22 Oct., 1873
  5267. Q18819010 inventor, b. in Coventry, Kent co., R. I., 23 May, 1801; d. in Brockport, N. Y., 30 Aug., 1862
  5268. Q18819011 (kuh-ler), German botanist, b. in Altenkirchen, Rügen island, 18 April, 1762; d. in Langenbranden, Würtemberg, 6 Dec., 1828
  5269. Q18819014 French geologist, b. in France in 1813; d. in Montreux, Switzerland, in 1858
  5270. Q18819018 educator, b. in Moreau, Saratoga co., N. Y., 24 July, 1827; d. in Ann Arbor, Mich., 16 Jan., 1887
  5271. Q18819020 or BEATTIE, Erkuries, soldier, b. 9 Oct., 1759; d. in Princeton, N.J., 23 Feb., 1823
  5272. Q18819023 jurist, b. in Stroudsburg, Pa., 12 Oct., 1795; d. in Germantown, Pa., 29 June, 1875
  5273. Q18819024 Indian chief, b. in Florida about 1525; d. there about 1570
  5274. Q18819027 missionary, b. in Posen, Prussian Poland, in 1826; d. in Peshawur, India, 27 April, 1864
  5275. Q18819029 clergyman, b. in Leonsberg, Würtemberg, Germany, 11 Feb., 1802; d. in Catonville, Md., 21 May, 1868. His parents were Lutherans
  5276. Q18819030 Earl, royal governor of Virginia, b. in 1732; d. in Ramsgate, England, in May, 1809
  5277. Q18819031 soldier, b. in Pottsville, Pa., 6 Nov., 1839; d. in Washington, 3 June, 1880
  5278. Q18819032 (The Watchful Fox), chief of the united Sacs and Foxes, b. on Rock river, Ill., about 1780; d. in Kansas in June, 1848
  5279. Q18819033 author, b. in Baltimore, Md., 10 Sept., 1856. He was graduated at Dartmouth in 1877, went to Paris, and was for four years a journalist and tutor
  5280. Q18819034 philanthropist, b. in Mecklenburg county, Va., 27 Dec., 1784; d. in Columbus, Ohio, 21 Nov., 1848
  5281. Q18819037 author, b. in Henrico county, Va., in April, 1791; d. in Richmond, Va., 19 Nov., 1844
  5282. Q18819038 Indian chief, b. about the year 1780; d. in Seattle, 7 June, 1866. He repeatedly asserted, late in life, that he remembered the visit of Capt
  5283. Q18819039 pioneer, b. in 1751; d. in Knox co., Ohio, 27 March, 1835
  5284. Q18819041 (yoo'-els), Swedish geographer, b. in Westrogothia in 1729; d. in Upsala in 1793
  5285. Q18819042 (yorn), Swedish naturalist, b. in Bagnildstorp, Sweden, in 1741; d. in Paris in 1792
  5286. Q18819044 soldier, b. in Pennsylvania 10 Aug., 1770; d. in Wooster, Ohio, 20 Feb., 1843. He was appointed ensign in the U.S
  5287. Q18819048 soldier, b. in Pennsylvania about 1823; d. in Gettysburg, Pa., 2 July, 1863
  5288. Q18819050 b. in Fort Orange, N. Y., 9 June, 1625; d. on Long Island in 1685
  5289. Q18819052 Dutch physician, b. in Ypres in 1605; d. in Amsterdam in 1651
  5290. Q18819053 Indian soldier, b. in old Cherokee Nation, 15 Feb., 1810; d. there, 12 Aug., 1867
  5291. Q18819054 jurist, b. in Concord, Mass., 11 July, 1747; d. in Hollis, N. H., 21 Feb., 1849
  5292. Q18819056 clergyman, b. in Holland in 1732; d. in Schralenburg, N. J., in 1797
  5293. Q18819059 author, b. in Ulm, Würtemberg, Germany, in 1813; d. in Philadelphia, Pa., 22 July, 1877
  5294. Q18819350 Smith, Aaron (b. c.1793, d. in or after 1852), sailor accused of piracy
  5295. Q18819354 Speed, Adolphus (fl. 1647–1659), agriculturist
  5296. Q18819356 Plunket [née Guinness], Aileen Sibell Mary (1904–1999), society hostess
  5297. Q18819358 Domhnall Uilleam Stiùbhart, ‘MacGregor family (per. 1450–1604)’, first published
  5298. Q18819361 Ramkins, Alexander (supp. b. 1671/2, d. in or after 1719), supposed Jacobite author
  5299. Q18819362 Smith, Alexander (fl. 1714–1726), compiler of biographies
  5300. Q18819365 Philip Attwood, ‘Wyon family (per. c.1760–1962)’, first published
  5301. Q18819368 Norman P. Tanner, ‘Lollard women (act. c.1390–c.1520)’, first published
  5302. Q18819370 Radcliffe, Robert, first earl of Sussex (1482/3–1542), soldier and courtier
  5303. Q18819371 Anne Pimlott Baker, ‘Fenwick family (per. 1882–1979)’, first published
  5304. Q18819381 Smith, Charles (1713–1777), writer on the corn trade
  5305. Q18819386 T. A. B. Corley, ‘Reinagle family (per. c.1760–1877)’, first published
  5306. Q18819388 Blackwood, Christopher (1607/8–1670), Particular Baptist minister
  5307. Q18819397 Hallam, Lewis (1714?–1756?), actor and theatre manager
  5308. Q18819401 Denman, Edmund (1753/4–1827), bassoonist
  5309. Q18819404 Martin, Edward (c.1763–1818), mineral surveyor and civil engineer
  5310. Q18819411 Burbury [née Hicks], Edwina Jane (1818/19–1870), writer
  5311. Q18819412 Keary, Eliza Harriett (bap. 1827, d. 1918), poet and children's writer
  5312. Q18819416 Griffin [married name Grey], Elizabeth [other married name Elizabeth Wallop, countess of Portsmouth] (bap. 1691, d. 1762), landowner
  5313. Q18819417 English prophetess (baptised 1622?, died in or after 1668)
  5314. Q18819435 Martin Myrone, ‘Boydell, John, engravers (act. 1760–1804)’, first published
  5315. Q18819436 Nassau van Zuylestein, William van, second earl of Rochford (1681?–1710), army officer
  5316. Q18819438 Michael S. Moss, ‘Binns family (per. c.1810–1897)’, first published
  5317. Q18819441 Hilton, John (fl. 1679–1688), informer
  5318. Q18819456 Rothbury, Gilbert (b. in or before 1260, d. 1321), administrator and justice
  5319. Q18819458 Widdowes, Giles (1588/9–1645), Church of England clergyman
  5320. Q18819469 Heath, William [pseud. Paul Pry] (1794/5–1840), caricaturist and illustrator
  5321. Q18819471 Hooper, Henry (c.1687–1767), planter, lawyer, and politician in America
  5322. Q18819473 Brailsford, Mary Ann (bap. 1791, d. 1852), originator of the Bramley's Seedling apple
  5323. Q18819478 Turner, Henry (1656/7–1724), lawyer
  5324. Q18819480 Martin Myrone, ‘Boydell, John, engravers (act. 1760–1804)’, first published
  5325. Q18819490 Denis Gifford, ‘Ally Sloper group (act. 1867–1923)’, first published
  5326. Q18819501 Smollett, Sir James, of Stainflett and Bonhill (c.1648–1731), politician
  5327. Q18819502 Tappenden, James (bap. 1742, d. 1841), lawyer, banker, and ironmaster
  5328. Q18819508 Fitzpatrick, Sir Jeremiah (c.1740–1810), physician and campaigner for prison reform
  5329. Q18819513 Busch, John (c.1730–1795), nurseryman and landscape gardener
  5330. Q18819514 Channing, John (c.1703–1775), apothecary and Arabist
  5331. Q18819515 Cuff, John (1708?–1772?), optician and microscope maker
  5332. Q18819517 Dyer, John (1653/4–1713), newsletter writer
  5333. Q18819520 Griggs, John (1551/2–1598), carpenter
  5334. Q18819530 Smythe [Smith], Sir John (1533/4–1607), soldier, diplomat, and writer
  5335. Q18819533 Southcote, John (1510/11–1585), judge
  5336. Q18819539 Warr, John (fl. 1648–1649), political and legal pamphleteer
  5337. Q18819543 Anita McConnell, ‘Pitts family (per. 1737–1870)’, first published
  5338. Q18819559 Somercotes [Somerton], Laurence of (fl. 1245–1258), ecclesiastic and canonist
  5339. Q18819591 Chitty, Lily Frances (1893–1979), archaeologist and antiquary
  5340. Q18819627 Hastings, Marian [née Anna Maria Apollonia Chapuset; other married name Marian von Imhoff, Baroness von Imhoff] (1747–1837), wife of Warren Hastings
  5341. Q18819642 Bradley, Martha (fl. 1740s–1755), writer on cookery
  5342. Q18819647 Peter Fleming, ‘Haute family (per. c.1350–1530)’, first published
  5343. Q18819667 Edwards, Mary (1705?–1743), art patron
  5344. Q18819682 Smith, John (bap. 1659, d. 1715), Church of England clergyman and historian
  5345. Q18819701 Perry, Micajah (bap. 1694, d. 1753), merchant and politician
  5346. Q18819710 Clynnog, Morgan (b. 1558?, d. in or after 1619), Roman Catholic priest
  5347. Q18819752 Craufurd, Patrick [Peter], of Auchenames (c.1704–1778), politician and landowner
  5348. Q18819773 Muilman, Peter (1705?–1790), antiquary and merchant
  5349. Q18819777 Whitehorne [Whithorne], Peter (fl. 1549–1563), soldier and translator
  5350. Q18821751 Stewart, Alexander Patrick (1813–1883), physician
  5351. Q18821752 Stewart, Alexander, of Invernahyle (1707/8–1795), Jacobite army officer
  5352. Q18821757 Jenkins [née Glyde], Alice Brook (1886–1967), abortion campaigner
  5353. Q18821760 Herford, Anne Laura (1831–1870), painter
  5354. Q18821764 Roy Church, ‘Colman family (per. 1814–1898)’, first published
  5355. Q18821765 Stanhope, William, first earl of Harrington (1683?–1756), diplomatist and politician
  5356. Q18821768 Peter L. Payne, ‘Colville family (per. 1861–1916)’, first published
  5357. Q18821769 MacBrayne, David (bap. 1817, d. 1907), shipowner
  5358. Q18821770 Stewart, David, of Garth (1772–1829), army officer and writer on the Scottish highlanders
  5359. Q18821771 Horne, Donald (1787–1870), lawyer and political agent
  5360. Q18821772 Warcup, Sir Edmund (1627–1712), magistrate
  5361. Q18821773 Greswold, Edward (bap. 1594?, d. 1633), religious recluse
  5362. Q18821776 Wiseman [née North], Elizabeth, Lady Wiseman [other married name Elizabeth Paston, countess of Yarmouth] (1647–1730), litigant
  5363. Q18821778 Somerville [née Gibb], Euphemia Gilchrist (1860–1935), social worker and local politician
  5364. Q18821779 Johnson [née Croke], Frances [called Begum Johnson] (1728–1812), hostess
  5365. Q18821780 Milligan, Francis Sydney (1894–1965), adult educationist
  5366. Q18821781 Staunton, Francis French (c.1779–1825), army officer in the East India Company
  5367. Q18821782 Leggett, Sir Frederick William (1884–1983), civil servant
  5368. Q18821785 Smart, George (1750/51?–1818?), musical instrument maker and music publisher
  5369. Q18821787 A. D. Carr, ‘Tudor family, forebears of (per. c.1215–1404)’, first published
  5370. Q18821789 Dunn, Henry (1801–1878), educationist
  5371. Q18821790 Mervyn, Sir Henry (bap. 1583, d. 1646), naval officer
  5372. Q18821791 Prescott, Henry (1649–1719), ecclesiastical administrator and diarist
  5373. Q18821794 Whitfield [Whitfeld], Henry (1590/91–1657), minister in America
  5374. Q18821795 Trelawny, Ian Clarence (1917–1998), docks manager and port consultant
  5375. Q18821797 Pateman, Jack Edward (1921–2004), aviation engineer and businessman
  5376. Q18821800 Sterling, James (1701–1763), Church of England clergyman and poet
  5377. Q18821802 Stephens, Jeremiah [Jeremy] (1591–1665), scholar and Church of England clergyman
  5378. Q18821803 Witt, Johannes de (c.1566–1622), humanist and visitor to London
  5379. Q18821807 Stephens, John (fl. 1611–1617), satirist and playwright
  5380. Q18821808 English surgeon (born 1778, died in or after 1844)
  5381. Q18821810 Cash, John (1822–1880), ribbon manufacturer
  5382. Q18821811 Crossley, Sir Julian Stanley (1899–1971), banker
  5383. Q18821813 Redpath, Leopold (b. 1816?, d. in or after 1868), swindler
  5384. Q18821814 Boosey, Leslie Arthur (1887–1979), music publisher
  5385. Q18821815 Mapson, Leslie William (1907–1970), biochemist
  5386. Q18821817 Dennis Farr, ‘Colnaghi family (per. c.1785–1911)’, first published
  5387. Q18821818 Tealby [née Bates], Mary (1801/2–1865), animal welfare organizer
  5388. Q18821819 Hood, John (c.1721–1784), land surveyor
  5389. Q18821820 Gerard J. Brault, ‘Hussey family (per. c.1150–1349)’, first published
  5390. Q18821823 Oldisworth, Nicholas (bap. 1611, d. 1645), Church of England clergyman and poet
  5391. Q18821826 Waterfield, Sir (Alexander) Percival (1888–1965), civil servant
  5392. Q18821827 Smith, Sir Prince, first baronet (1840–1922), worsted machinery manufacturer
  5393. Q18821829 Lee, Rawdon Briggs (1845–1908), dog breeder
  5394. Q18821830 Ing, (Harry) Raymond (1899–1974), chemical pharmacologist
  5395. Q18821831 Bray, Sir Reginald More (1842–1923), judge
  5396. Q18821837 Smith [Smyth], Richard (bap. 1590, d. 1675), law officer and book collector
  5397. Q18821839 Stafford, Richard (bap. 1663, d. 1703), Jacobite pamphleteer
  5398. Q18821840 Stanwix, Richard (1607/8–1656), Church of England clergyman
  5399. Q18821843 Stopes, Richard (c.1480–1546), abbot of Meaux
  5400. Q18821844 Swanley, Richard (1594/5–1650), naval officer
  5401. Q18821845 Walpole, Richard (bap. 1564, d. 1607), Jesuit
  5402. Q18821846 Woods, Richard (1715/16–1793), landscape designer
  5403. Q18821852 McVitie, Robert (1809–1883), baker and confectioner
  5404. Q18821853 Norwood, Robert (c.1610–1654), parliamentarian army officer
  5405. Q18821854 Shone, Sir Robert Minshull (1906–1992), economist and public servant
  5406. Q18821855 Scottish schoolmaster and poet (fl. 1689–1729)
  5407. Q18821863 Walpole, Robert (1781–1856), classical scholar
  5408. Q18821866 Anne Polden, ‘Abenon, d', family (per. 1086–c.1400)’, first published
  5409. Q18821869 Morris [Morys], Roger (1551/2?–1597x1600), antiquary and recusant
  5410. Q18821871 Dobson, Sir Roy Hardy (1891–1968), aircraft manufacturer
  5411. Q18821874 Speed, Samuel (bap. 1633, d. 1679?), printer and bookseller
  5412. Q18821875 Watson, Samuel (bap. 1662, d. 1715), sculptor
  5413. Q18821878 Feinman, Sigmund [real name Asher-Zelig Feinman] (1862–1909), actor and playwright
  5414. Q18821879 Violante [Larini], Signor (fl. 1727–1728), ropeslider
  5415. Q18821881 Southerey, Simon (b. c.1342, d. in or after 1420), Benedictine monk
  5416. Q18821882 Schomberg [Schamberg, Chambers], Meyer Löw (1690–1761), physician
  5417. Q18821883 McDaniel, Stephen (fl. 1741–1755), thief-taker
  5418. Q18821886 Jane Garnett, ‘Women artists in Ruskin's circle (act. 1850s–1900s)’, first published
  5419. Q18821887 Keck [née Hamilton], Lady Susanna [Susan] (bap. 1706, d. 1755), political manager
  5420. Q18821888 Branford, Victor Verasis (1863–1930), sociologist and businessman
  5421. Q18821891 Argall, Thomas (1499/1500–1563), administrator
  5422. Q18821892 Cleworth, Thomas Ebenezer (1854–1909), religious educationist
  5423. Q18821893 Damet, Thomas (c.1542–1618), historian
  5424. Q18821894 Denton, John (b. in or before 1561, d. 1617), antiquary
  5425. Q18821896 Lord, Thomas (1808–1908), Congregational minister
  5426. Q18821898 Pemberton, Thomas Edgar (1849–1905), theatre historian and playwright
  5427. Q18821899 Poynings [Ponyngs], Michael, first Lord Poynings (c.1318–1369), soldier
  5428. Q18821901 Solly, Thomas (1816–1875), philosopher
  5429. Q18821903 Spencer, Thomas (1796–1853), writer
  5430. Q18821906 Tufnell, Thomas Jolliffe (1819–1885), military surgeon
  5431. Q18821913 Crofton, Sir Walter Frederick (1815–1897), prison administrator and penal reformer
  5432. Q18821914 Freeman, (Thomas) Walter (1908–1988), geographer
  5433. Q18821924 Claxton, William (1530–1597), antiquary
  5434. Q18821927 Dickenson, William (1584/5–1642/3), Church of England clergyman
  5435. Q18821929 Gibson, William Pettigrew (1902–1960), gallery curator
  5436. Q18821937 Lynam, William Francis (1832/3–1894), writer
  5437. Q18821940 English gentry (fl. 1242–1263)
  5438. Q18821943 Smart, William George [Billy] (1893–1966), circus proprietor
  5439. Q18821944 Smith, William (c.1550–1618), herald and playwright
  5440. Q18821947 Smith, William (b. 1697/8, d. in or after 1727), surveyor
  5441. Q18821954 Stampe, William (b. 1610/11, d. in or after 1654), Church of England clergyman
  5442. Q18821955 Stevenson, William (c.1719–1783), physician
  5443. Q18821956 Stevenson, William Fleming (1832–1886), minister of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland
  5444. Q18821958 Thornhill, William (1702?–1755?), surgeon
  5445. Q18821959 Trollope, Arthur William (bap. 1768, d. 1827), headmaster
  5446. Q18821960 Troughton, William (1613/14–1686x90), clergyman and ejected minister
  5447. Q18821961 Wheatley, William (fl. 1305–1317), schoolmaster and author
  5448. Q18874797 Lane, A. (fl. 1695–1700), grammarian
  5449. Q18874893 Rowland, Alexander (bap. 1783, d. 1854), perfumer
  5450. Q18875045 Brian G. Awty, ‘Cotton family (per. c.1650–1802)’, first published
  5451. Q18875060 Robert G. E. Wood, ‘Petre family (per. 1633–1801)’, first published
  5452. Q18875072 Williams [formerly Cromwell], Anna (bap. 1623, d. 1687/8), compiler of a manuscript miscellany
  5453. Q18875185 Lulls, Arnold [formerly Arnout] (fl. 1584–1642), merchant and jeweller
  5454. Q18875240 Everett Leeds, ‘Jackman family (per. 1763–1976)’, first published
  5455. Q18875291 Christine Carpenter, ‘Mountford family (per. c.1370–1495)’, first published
  5456. Q18875370 Michael Hicks, ‘Willoughby family (per. c.1300–1523)’, first published
  5457. Q18875378 Edwards, (Samuel Jules) Celestine (1857?–1894), Methodist evangelist and journal editor
  5458. Q18875408 Cattley, Charles Robert (1816/17–1855), diplomatist and intelligence officer in the Crimea
  5459. Q18875447 Richard C. Allen, ‘Kemeys family (per. c.1570–1747)’, first published
  5460. Q18875465 Lynegar, Charles [Cormac Ó Luinín] (fl. 1708–1731), Irish-language scholar and antiquary
  5461. Q18875484 Butler, Charlotte (fl. 1674–1693), actress and singer
  5462. Q18875494 Cameron [née Wales-Almy], Charlotte (1872/3–1946), traveller and author
  5463. Q18875511 Taylor, Christopher (1614/15–1686), religious writer and schoolmaster
  5464. Q18875517 P. J. P. Goldberg, ‘Women in trade and industry in York (act. c.1300–c.1500)’, first published
  5465. Q18875563 Gordon, Cuthbert (bap. 1730, d. 1810), industrial chemist
  5466. Q18875582 Brian G. Awty, ‘Cotton family (per. c.1650–1802)’, first published
  5467. Q18875610 Black, David (c.1546–1603), Church of Scotland minister
  5468. Q18875627 Sheridan, Denis (c.1610–1683?), Church of Ireland clergyman
  5469. Q18875644 R. W. Munro, Jean Munro, ‘MacDonald family (per. c.1475–1616)’, first published
  5470. Q18875679 Joy Rowe, ‘Burwell family (per. c.1500–1684)’, first published
  5471. Q18875683 Culpeper, Edmund (c.1670–1737), scientific instrument maker
  5472. Q18875700 Christine Carpenter, ‘Mountford family (per. c.1370–1495)’, first published
  5473. Q18875722 Rolt, Edward (c.1629–1698), diplomat
  5474. Q18875737 Turnour [Turnor], Sir Edward (1642x7–1721), lawyer and politician
  5475. Q18875798 Brian G. Awty, ‘Hall family (per. c.1650–c.1750)’, first published
  5476. Q18875812 Harris, Elizabeth (fl. 1655/6–1663), Quaker missionary
  5477. Q18875842 Domhnall Uilleam Stiùbhart, ‘MacGregor family (per. 1450–1604)’, first published
  5478. Q18875900 R. W. Munro, Jean Munro, ‘Mackintosh family (per. c.1491–1606)’, first published
  5479. Q18875985 Burges, Francis (1675/6–1706), printer and newspaper proprietor
  5480. Q18876003 Charlton, Francis (bap. 1639, d. 1698), politician and conspirator
  5481. Q18876032 Laurence Ince, ‘Homfray family (per. 1702–1833)’, first published
  5482. Q18876115 Thomas, Francis Sheppard (1793/4–1857), secretary of the Public Record Office
  5483. Q18876178 Anne Pimlott Baker, ‘Fenwick family (per. 1882–1979)’, first published
  5484. Q18876216 Snodgrass, Gabriel (fl. 1759–1796), naval architect
  5485. Q18876451 Steuart, George (c.1730–1806), architect
  5486. Q18876605 Anne Polden, ‘Abenon, d', family (per. 1086–c.1400)’, first published
  5487. Q18876645 Thornton, Gilbert of [Gilbert de Bussy, Gilbert Buscy] (b. in or before 1245, d. 1295), justice
  5488. Q18876660 Swinhoe, Gilbert (fl. 1658–1671), playwright
  5489. Q18876709 Christopher Whittick, ‘Webster family (per. c.1650–1836)’, first published
  5490. Q18876737 Strauss, Gustave Louis Maurice (c.1807–1887), writer
  5491. Q18876899 Timothy Clayton, ‘Bowles family (per. c.1690–c.1830)’, first published
  5492. Q18876970 Hinton, Henry (bap. 1749, d. 1816), ironmonger and antiquary
  5493. Q18877101 Needler, Henry (bap. 1690, d. 1718), poet and essayist
  5494. Q18877120 Sike, Henry (bap. 1669, d. 1712), orientalist
  5495. Q18877224 Thornton [formerly Ford], Henry (bap. 1750, d. 1818), theatre manager
  5496. Q18877250 Joseph A. Nigota, ‘Vernon family (per. 1411–1515)’, first published
  5497. Q18877357 Shaw [née Essex], Hester (bap. 1586?, d. 1660), midwife
  5498. Q18877415 Davies, Howell (1717?–1770), Methodist leader
  5499. Q18877678 Henry Summerson, ‘Dacre family (per. 1542–1716)’, first published
  5500. Q18877778 Monica Clough, ‘Muir family (per. 1849–1992)’, first published
  5501. Q18877842 Spilman, James (bap. 1680, d. 1763), merchant
  5502. Q18878174 Laurence Ince, ‘Homfray family (per. 1702–1833)’, first published
  5503. Q18878198 Addison, John (fl. 1735–1736), translator
  5504. Q18878217 Bath [Bathe], Sir John (1569/70–1630), politician
  5505. Q18878268 Timothy Clayton, ‘Bowles family (per. c.1690–c.1830)’, first published
  5506. Q18878375 Devoto, John (fl. 1708–1752), painter and scene designer
  5507. Q18878397 Jan Broadway, ‘Dutton family (per. 1522–1743)’, first published
  5508. Q18878431 Erskine, John, nineteenth or third earl of Mar (c.1585–1653), nobleman
  5509. Q18878467 Gery [Geary], John (1637/8–1722), Church of England clergyman and land agent
  5510. Q18878555 Jeffreys, John (c.1614–1688), merchant
  5511. Q18878574 Jubbes, John (fl. 1643–1649), parliamentarian army officer
  5512. Q18878637 Mackworth [Macworth], John (c.1375–1450), dean of Lincoln
  5513. Q18878782 Row, John (fl. 1666–1702), conspirator
  5514. Q18878802 Rumsey, John (fl. 1660–1686), conspirator
  5515. Q18878891 Stubbs, John (c.1618–1675), Quaker minister
  5516. Q18878914 Swinton, Sir John (c.1350–1402), landowner and soldier
  5517. Q18878967 Taylor, John (bap. 1711, d. 1788), friend of Samuel Johnson
  5518. Q18879232 Thompson, John (1775?–1864), naval officer
  5519. Q18879344 Travers, Walter (1548?–1635), religious activist and college head
  5520. Q18879367 Troughton, John (c.1637–1681), nonconformist minister and religious controversialist
  5521. Q18879385 Turnbull, John (fl. 1799–1813), traveller
  5522. Q18879512 Michael Riordan, ‘Henry VIII, privy chamber of (act. 1509–1547)’, first published
  5523. Q18879604 Michael S. Moss, ‘Binns family (per. c.1810–1897)’, first published
  5524. Q18879658 Last, Joseph William (1809?–1880), printer and journal proprietor
  5525. Q18879683 Liggins, Joseph (c.1806–1872), literary impostor
  5526. Q18879709 Swan, Joseph (bap. 1791, d. 1874), anatomist
  5527. Q18879790 Elizabeth Baigent, ‘Fairbank family (per. c.1725–1848)’, first published
  5528. Q18879808 Leybourne, Juliana, countess of Huntingdon (1303/4–1367), noblewoman
  5529. Q18879881 Forbes, Katherine, Lady Rothiemay (c.1583–1652/3), noblewoman
  5530. Q18879904 Monica Clough, ‘Muir family (per. 1849–1992)’, first published
  5531. Q18879952 Nicholas Maclean-Bristol, ‘Maclean family of Duart (per. 1493–1598)’, first published
  5532. Q18880088 Church of England clergyman (c.1568–c.1619)
  5533. Q18880097 P. J. P. Goldberg, ‘Women in trade and industry in York (act. c.1300–c.1500)’, first published
  5534. Q18880109 C. A. McGladdery, ‘Seton family (per. c.1300–c.1510)’, first published
  5535. Q18880110 G. L. Harriss, ‘Stourton family (per. c.1380–1485)’, first published
  5536. Q18880118 Cust, Maria Eleanor Vere (1862/3–1958), first woman fellow of the Royal Geographical Society
  5537. Q18880121 Ann Prior, ‘Gibbins family (per. c.1770–1919)’, first published
  5538. Q18880123 Eyre [married name Blythe], Mary (b. before 1603, d. in or after 1633), commissioner of a tapestry map
  5539. Q18880125 Goddard [née Egan], Mary (bap. 1717, d. 1752), poet and milliner
  5540. Q18880133 Speke [née Pye], Mary (fl. 1641–1697), nonconformist patron and political activist
  5541. Q18880135 Weld [née Slaney], Mary, Lady Weld (bap. 1560?, d. 1623), benefactor and patron of ministers
  5542. Q18880137 Faye Getz, ‘Women medical practitioners in England (act. c.1200–c.1475)’, first published
  5543. Q18880138 Hodder, Matthew Henry (1830?–1911), publisher
  5544. Q18880139 J. H. Bettey, ‘Smyth family (per. c.1500–1680)’, first published
  5545. Q18880144 Anita McConnell, ‘Industrial spies (act. c.1700–c.1800)’, first published
  5546. Q18880159 Katharine Simms, ‘Savage family (per. 1333–1519)’, first published
  5547. Q18880169 Fetcham [Peckham], Peter of [Pierre d'Abernon] (fl. 1267–1276), translator and poet
  5548. Q18880173 Timothy Clayton, ‘Overton family (per. c.1665–c.1765)’, first published
  5549. Q18880183 R. Ian Jack, ‘Grey family (per. 1325–1523)’, first published
  5550. Q18880185 Allestree, Richard (b. before 1582, d. c.1643), almanac maker and mathematician
  5551. Q18880186 Christine M. Newman, ‘Bellasis family (per. c.1500–1653)’, first published
  5552. Q18880190 Forster, Sir Richard [alias Mr Johnson], first baronet (1585?–1661), courtier and financier
  5553. Q18880195 Major, Richard (1603/4–1660), landowner
  5554. Q18880196 Paley, Richard (bap. 1746, d. 1808), industrialist and entrepreneur
  5555. Q18880200 G. L. Harriss, ‘Stourton family (per. c.1380–1485)’, first published
  5556. Q18880203 Swale, Sir Richard (c.1545–1608), civil lawyer
  5557. Q18880205 Tremayne, Edmund (c.1525–1582), administrator and conspirator
  5558. Q18880213 Vincent, Richard (1697x1701?–1783), musician
  5559. Q18880214 Watson, Richard (1611/12–1685), Church of England clergyman
  5560. Q18880216 Witt, Richard (1567/8–1624), mathematician
  5561. Q18880221 Richard B. Sher, ‘Poker Club (act. 1762–1784)’, first published
  5562. Q18880222 Gunter, James (bap. 1745, d. 1819), confectioner
  5563. Q18880224 C. A. McGladdery, ‘Keith family (per. c.1300–c.1530)’, first published
  5564. Q18880238 Thorne, Robert, the elder (c.1460–1519), merchant
  5565. Q18880239 Thorpe, John, first Lord Thorpe (c.1270–1324), baron and administrator
  5566. Q18880247 Whitehall, Robert (bap. 1624, d. 1685), poet
  5567. Q18880250 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Pilkington family (per. c.1325–c.1500)’, first published
  5568. Q18880252 Stoke, Roger (fl. 1321–1325), clockmaker
  5569. Q18880260 Brown, Sarah Benedict (1817/18–1902), benefactor
  5570. Q18880264 Rhys Cain (c.1540–1614), poet and herald
  5571. Q18880269 Evance, Sir Stephen (1654/5–1712), goldsmith and entrepreneur
  5572. Q18880279 Ely, Richard of (fl. 1177–1189), prior of Ely and historian
  5573. Q18880282 Aldersey, Thomas (1521/2–1598), merchant
  5574. Q18880286 Bicarton, Thomas (fl. 1570–1590), author and teacher of rhetoric
  5575. Q18880293 Foulis, Thomas (c.1560–1628), goldsmith, financier, and mining entrepreneur
  5576. Q18880295 Holme, Thomas (1626/7–1666), Quaker missionary
  5577. Q18880302 Pierson, Thomas (c.1573–1633), Church of England clergyman
  5578. Q18880304 Sutcliffe, Thomas (1790?–1849), army officer
  5579. Q18880313 Thompson, Thomas (1708/9–1773), missionary and apologist for the African slave trade
  5580. Q18880318 Warner, Thomas [called Indian Warner] (c.1630–1674), colonial governor
  5581. Q18880332 R. A. Griffiths, ‘Vaughan family (per. c.1400–c.1504)’, first published
  5582. Q18880339 Claridge, William (1814/15–1882), hotelier
  5583. Q18880341 Dauntsey, William (c.1480–1543), merchant and benefactor
  5584. Q18880344 Elizabeth Baigent, ‘Fairbank family (per. c.1725–1848)’, first published
  5585. Q18880358 Masham, William (1615/16–1654/5), politician
  5586. Q18880364 Gisleham, Sir William of (c.1230–1293), justice
  5587. Q18880365 Anita McConnell, ‘Pitts family (per. 1737–1870)’, first published
  5588. Q18880368 Prideaux, William (1604/5–1660), diplomat
  5589. Q18880376 Streat, William (1599/1600–1666x9), Church of England clergyman
  5590. Q18880379 Sudbury, William (b. after 1350, d. 1415), Benedictine monk and scholastic theologian
  5591. Q18880382 Thomas, William (1592/3–1667), clergyman and ejected minister
  5592. Q18880389 English colonist in America (born c.1589, died before 1640?)
  5593. Q18880391 Turner, William (1652/3–1701), Church of England clergyman and author
  5594. Q18880392 Ullock, William (1617/18–1667), headmaster
  5595. Q18880394 Wolseley, William (c.1640–1697), army officer
  5596. Q18916187 peintre espagnol, actif vers 1400-1420
  5597. Q18916735 1819 oder 1823/1826-1893
  5598. Q18916776 1833-nach 1913, [[Hedwig Karoline Wilhelmi]]
  5599. Q18916807 Zisterzienserin; Übersetzer; um 1250-1299
  5600. Q18916827 Freundin Goethes; Goethes 'Täntchen'; 1744gestorben “1821
  5601. Q18916864 vor 1830-1886
  5602. Q18916901 Herzogin von Lothringen; Übersetzerin; um 1346-1416
  5603. Q18916906 Herausgeberin der Zeitschrift 'Sonnenland' und mehrerer Anthologien; 1884gestorben “1941
  5604. Q18916914 Erzählerin; Verfasserin von Kalendergeschichten für den 'Lahrer Hinkenden Boten'; 1842gestorben “1927
  5605. Q18916925 Nachlaßbetreuerin ihres Vaters Joseph von Görres; 1808 oder 1828-1871
  5606. Q18916961 1793 oder 1799-1841
  5607. Q18916994 um 1755-um 1824
  5608. Q18917138 Pinchbecke, Abraham (bap. 1626, d. 1681/2), clergyman and ejected minister
  5609. Q18917143 Chesterton [née Jones], Ada Elizabeth (1869–1962), journalist and philanthropist
  5610. Q18917144 D. M. Griffiths, ‘Baldwin family (per. c.1760–1857)’, first published
  5611. Q18917145 Michael H. Fisher, ‘Indian visitors (act. c.1720–c.1810)’, first published
  5612. Q18917147 Williamson, Sir Adam (1733/4–1798), army officer and colonial governor
  5613. Q18917149 Makoni, Mutota (c.1835–1896), anti-colonial warrior
  5614. Q18917151 Brooke, Henry William (1771/2–1842), civil servant
  5615. Q18917156 Beaumont, Agnes (bap. 1652, d. 1720), religious autobiographer
  5616. Q18917160 Witsen, Nicholaes Corneliszoon (1641–1717), politician and collector
  5617. Q18917161 Norman P. Tanner, ‘Lollard women (act. c.1390–c.1520)’, first published
  5618. Q18917163 Horsley, (George) Nicholas Seward (1934–2004), businessman
  5619. Q18917166 Michael Hicks, ‘Lisle family (per. c.1277–1542)’, first published
  5620. Q18917169 Adams, Norman Edward Albert (1927–2005), artist
  5621. Q18917171 English gentry in Sussex (fl. 1156–1166)
  5622. Q18917173 Parkinson, Sir Albert Lindsay (1870–1936), builder and contractor
  5623. Q18917174 Jaye, Henry (b. in or before 1580, d. in or before 1641), musical instrument maker
  5624. Q18917177 Brian G. Awty, ‘Kendall family (per. c.1700–1807)’, first published
  5625. Q18917180 N. J. Mayhew, ‘Moneyers (act. c.1180–c.1500)’, first published
  5626. Q18917192 Watson, Henry (bap. 1738, d. 1786), army officer
  5627. Q18917193 McCormick, (William) Patrick Glyn (1877–1940), Church of England clergyman
  5628. Q18917196 McGrath, Patrick Gerard (1916–1994), forensic psychiatrist
  5629. Q18917199 Ogilvie, Patrick (1606–1674), army officer in the Swedish service
  5630. Q18917200 Greenwood, Alice Drayton (1862–1935), historian
  5631. Q18917203 L'Estrange [née Stubbe], Alice, Lady L'Estrange (1585–1656), keeper of household and estate accounts
  5632. Q18917208 Freund [née Rüdiger], Amelia Louisa [pseud. Amelia Lewis] (b. 1824/5, d. in or after 1881), campaigner for women's rights and food reformer
  5633. Q18917210 Cust, Sir Herbert Edward Purey- (1857–1938), naval officer and hydrographer
  5634. Q18917214 Stalker, Andrew (c.1696–1770), bookseller and publisher
  5635. Q18917217 Wight, Andrew (bap. 1719, d. 1792), farmer and writer on agriculture
  5636. Q18917218 Greenall, Peter (1796–1845), brewer
  5637. Q18917221 Manigault, Peter (1731–1773), politician in America
  5638. Q18917223 Susanna Avery-Quash, ‘Byfield family (per. c.1814–1886)’, first published
  5639. Q18917224 M'Douall [McDouall], Peter Murray (c.1814–1854), Chartist and medical practitioner
  5640. Q18917225 Rollason, Ann (1768/9–1846), printer and bookseller
  5641. Q18917227 Prelleur, Peter (bap. 1705?, d. 1741), musician and composer
  5642. Q18917229 Walker, Horace (1910–1994), Church of Scotland minister and administrator
  5643. Q18917231 Trapnel, Anna (fl. 1642–1660), self-styled prophet
  5644. Q18917232 Wigan, Horace (1815/16–1885), actor and playwright
  5645. Q18917235 Colls, (John) Howard (1846–1910), builder and employers' leader
  5646. Q18917241 Henry Summerson, ‘Lowther family (per. c.1270–c.1450)’, first published
  5647. Q18917242 Joy Rowe, ‘Gawdy family (per. c.1500–1723)’, first published
  5648. Q18917243 Joy Rowe, ‘Gawdy family (per. c.1500–1723)’, first published
  5649. Q18917246 J. H. Bettey, ‘Smyth family (per. c.1500–1680)’, first published
  5650. Q18917247 L'Abbé, Anthony (b. 1666/7, d. in or after 1753), choreographer and dancing-master
  5651. Q18917249 Watts, Hugh (1582/3–1643), bell-founder
  5652. Q18917255 Bohun, Ralph (bap. 1639, d. 1716), Church of England clergyman
  5653. Q18917259 Jane Garnett, ‘Women artists in Ruskin's circle (act. 1850s–1900s)’, first published
  5654. Q18917260 Peter L. Payne, ‘Colville family (per. 1861–1916)’, first published
  5655. Q18917261 Littler, Sir Ralph Daniel Makinson (1835–1908), barrister
  5656. Q18917262 Rosen, Ismond (1924–1996), psychoanalyst and sculptor
  5657. Q18917264 Rampton, Sir Jack Leslie (1920–1994), civil servant
  5658. Q18917266 MacLaren, Archibald (1819?–1884), teacher of physical education and author
  5659. Q18917268 Rootes, Sir Reginald Claud (1896–1977), motor vehicle manufacturer
  5660. Q18917269 Cummings, Arthur John (1882–1957), journalist and author
  5661. Q18917270 G. R. Hewitt, ‘Castilians in Edinburgh (act. 1570–1573)’, first published
  5662. Q18917271 Peter Fleming, ‘Cobham family (per. c.1250–c.1530)’, first published
  5663. Q18917273 Michael S. Moss, ‘Fison family (per. c.1750–1985)’, first published
  5664. Q18917274 Bush, Rice (c.1610–1649), pamphleteer on poor relief
  5665. Q18917277 Ian Rogerson, ‘Brock family (per. c.1895–1960)’, first published
  5666. Q18917280 N. Hansen, ‘Burbidge family (per. c.1870–1966)’, first published
  5667. Q18917284 Coffin, Richard (1622–1699), book collector and antiquary
  5668. Q18917287 Dolby, Richard (fl. 1826–1833), writer on cookery
  5669. Q18917291 Alsop, Benjamin (b. c.1658, d. in or before 1703), bookseller
  5670. Q18917294 Rushton, Benjamin (1785–1853), hand-loom weaver and radical agitator
  5671. Q18917302 Hanbury, Richard (c.1535–1608), goldsmith and ironmaster
  5672. Q18917305 Kirby, Richard (1649–1693?), astrologer and medical practitioner
  5673. Q18917309 Dugdale [née Balfour], Blanche Elizabeth Campbell (1880–1948), author and Zionist
  5674. Q18917310 Walton, James (1802/3–1883), card clothing manufacturer and innovator
  5675. Q18917312 Anita McConnell, ‘Exotic visitors (act. c.1500–c.1855)’, first published
  5676. Q18917313 Watson, James (1664?–1722), printer and bookseller
  5677. Q18917320 R. W. Hoyle, ‘Tempest family (per. c.1500–1657)’, first published
  5678. Q18917323 Vennar [Vennard], Richard (bap. 1564, d. 1615), author
  5679. Q18917326 Waller, Richard (c.1395–c.1462), soldier and administrator
  5680. Q18917328 Cibber [née Shore], Catherine (bap. 1669, d. 1734), singer and actress
  5681. Q18917329 Warren, Richard Augustus [Jacobite Sir Richard Warren, baronet] (c.1705–1775), Jacobite army officer
  5682. Q18917332 West, Richard (c.1569–1645/6), poet
  5683. Q18917337 Willes, Richard (1546–1579?), poet and geographer
  5684. Q18917339 Wyld, James, the elder (1790–1836), cartographer and geographical publisher
  5685. Q18917340 Wilson [formerly Weston], Sarah Maria (c.1752–1786?), actress
  5686. Q18917342 Procter, Jane (1810–1882), headmistress and temperance campaigner
  5687. Q18917343 Wiseman, Richard (bap. 1620?, d. 1676), surgeon
  5688. Q18917346 Blair, Sir Robert (1859–1935), educational administrator
  5689. Q18917349 Jonathan Brown, ‘Burrell family (per. c.1800–1929)’, first published
  5690. Q18917355 Craigen, Jessie Hannah (1834/5–1899), public speaker
  5691. Q18917356 S. I. Boardman, ‘Erskine family (per. c.1350–c.1450)’, first published
  5692. Q18917357 Marion Gibson, ‘Essex witches (act. 1566–1589)’, first published
  5693. Q18917358 Smart, George (1750/51?–1818?), musical instrument maker and music publisher
  5694. Q18917360 Speckman [alias Brown], Charles (1734?–1763), confidence trickster
  5695. Q18917362 Herries, Sir Robert (c.1731–1815), merchant and banker
  5696. Q18917364 Burnett, John (1842–1914), trade union leader and civil servant
  5697. Q18917365 Heuston, Robert Francis Vere (1923–1995), jurist and biographer
  5698. Q18917371 Montgomerie, Robert Archibald James (1855–1908), naval officer
  5699. Q18917377 Poyntz, Sir Robert (b. late 1440s, d. 1520), courtier and landowner
  5700. Q18917378 Vandenhoff, John M. (1790–1861), actor
  5701. Q18917379 J. D. Banham, ‘Cookson family (per. c.1700–1863)’, first published
  5702. Q18917382 John of Bridlington [St John of Bridlington, John Thwing] (c.1320–1379), prior of Bridlington
  5703. Q18917383 Cooper, Christopher (1655?–1698), schoolmaster and Church of England clergyman
  5704. Q18917388 Hassall, John (bap. 1571, d. 1654), dean of Norwich
  5705. Q18917391 Hawarde, John (c.1571–1631), barrister
  5706. Q18917393 Larmour, John (c.1764–1807), naval officer
  5707. Q18917394 English almanac maker (fl. 1581–1611)
  5708. Q18917399 Welsh engraver (fl. 1680–1704)
  5709. Q18917400 Lewyn, John (fl. 1364–1398), master mason
  5710. Q18917403 Janet H. Stevenson, ‘Nesbitt family (per. c.1717–c.1900)’, first published
  5711. Q18917404 Cairns, David Smith (1862–1946), theologian
  5712. Q18917405 Wilmot, Robert (b. c.1550, d. in or before 1608), playwright and Church of England clergyman
  5713. Q18917406 Nourse, John (bap. 1705, d. 1780), bookseller
  5714. Q18917413 Wolseley [Ouseley], Sir Charles, second baronet, appointed Lord Wolseley under the protectorate (1629/30–1714), politician
  5715. Q18917414 Farne, John of [John Whiterig] (c.1320–1371), Benedictine monk and hermit
  5716. Q18917416 Morrison, Roderick [An Clàrsair Dall, the Blind Harper] (1656?–1713/14), Scottish Gaelic poet and harpist
  5717. Q18917418 William, David (c.1440–1491), administrator and diplomat
  5718. Q18917425 Birch, Samuel (1620/21–1680), ejected minister and schoolmaster
  5719. Q18917426 Sheldon, Dominic (b. in or before 1633, d. 1721), army officer
  5720. Q18917427 Poyntz, John (1629/30–1712), naval officer
  5721. Q18917433 Kydd, Samuel McGowan (1815–1892), Chartist and barrister
  5722. Q18917437 Standidge, Sir Samuel (1725–1801), shipowner
  5723. Q18917438 Moullin, Edith Ruth Mansell [née Edith Ruth Thomas] (1858/9–1941), suffragette and pacifist
  5724. Q18917441 Marvin [née Deverell], Edith Mary (1872–1958), inspector of schools
  5725. Q18917444 Saville [Savill], John Faucit (1783?–1853), actor, theatre manager, and playwright
  5726. Q18917445 Starkey, John (1697–1765), politician in America
  5727. Q18917450 Bembridge [née Kirkland; other married name Harrison], Sarah (c.1794–1880), Primitive Methodist travelling preacher
  5728. Q18917451 Peter Fleming, ‘Haute family (per. c.1350–1530)’, first published
  5729. Q18917452 Strickland, John (bap. 1601?, d. 1670), clergyman and ejected minister
  5730. Q18917454 Hallam, Lewis (1714?–1756?), actor and theatre manager
  5731. Q18917462 Wood, Shakspere (1827–1886), sculptor
  5732. Q18917464 Vincent, Nathaniel (1637/8–1697), nonconformist minister
  5733. Q18917465 Beaver, Stanley Henry (1907–1984), geographer
  5734. Q18917467 Whittle, Edward [Ned] (1822/3–1871), trade unionist
  5735. Q18917472 Heelis, Stephen (1801–1871), lawyer
  5736. Q18917473 Williams, Edward (bap. 1762, d. 1833), antiquary
  5737. Q18917476 Verdon [Verdun], Theobald de, first Lord Verdon (1248?–1309), baron
  5738. Q18917478 Clarke, Edwin Sisterson (1919–1996), medical historian and neurologist
  5739. Q18917481 Witchell, Edwin (1823–1887), geologist and lawyer
  5740. Q18917482 Ward, John (1599?–1658?), parliamentarian officer and poet
  5741. Q18917486 Eleanor of Brittany (1275–1342), abbess of Fontevrault
  5742. Q18917487 Warner, John (bap. 1673, d. 1760), horticulturist
  5743. Q18917488 Barry, Thomas (c.1810–1857), clown
  5744. Q18917490 Hart, Eliakim ben Abraham [Jacob] (1745x50–1814), writer in Hebrew on religion and science
  5745. Q18917496 Fettiplace [née Poole; other married name Rogers], Elinor, Lady Fettiplace (b. c.1570, d. in or after 1647), writer on household management
  5746. Q18917498 Warren, John Taylor (1770–1849), military surgeon
  5747. Q18917499 Blanchard, Thomas (1760–1797), actor and singer
  5748. Q18917503 Avery [née Parker], Elizabeth (fl. 1614–1653), prophetess
  5749. Q18917505 Burdet, Thomas (c.1425–1477), landowner
  5750. Q18917508 English master mason (fl. 1323–1335)
  5751. Q18917509 Marion Gibson, ‘Essex witches (act. 1566–1589)’, first published
  5752. Q18917510 English printseller (fl. 1728–1736)
  5753. Q18917512 Webb, Sir John (1772–1852), surgeon and medical administrator
  5754. Q18917513 Harrison, Elizabeth (fl. 1724–1756), writer
  5755. Q18917516 C. B. Phillips, ‘Curwen family (per. c.1500–c.1725)’, first published
  5756. Q18917519 Dickenson, Thomas (bap. 1717, d. 1751), grocer
  5757. Q18917522 Froysell, Thomas (c.1610–1673), Church of England clergyman
  5758. Q18917527 Stokes, Elizabeth (fl. 1723–1733), pugilist and prize-fighter
  5759. Q18917529 Wharton, John (fl. 1575–1578), religious writer and schoolmaster
  5760. Q18917530 Blight [Bright], Ellen Eliza [Helen] (1833/4–1850), lion tamer
  5761. Q18917531 Meldrum, Thomas (c.1605–1693), army officer in the Danish service
  5762. Q18917532 Parker [née Masgreave], Ellen [Helen] (bap. 1790, d. 1828), pauper and letter writer
  5763. Q18917535 Woodlock [née Mahony], Ellen [name in religion Hélène] (1811–1884), philanthropist
  5764. Q18917537 Skinner, Thomas (c.1616–1695), merchant
  5765. Q18917538 Hookes, Ellis (bap. 1635, d. 1681), Quaker administrator
  5766. Q18917539 Whitlock, John (bap. 1624, d. 1708), presbyterian minister
  5767. Q18917540 R. A. Griffiths, ‘Stradling family (per. c.1290–1480)’, first published
  5768. Q18917543 Thackeray, Thomas James [Tom] (1796–1877), playwright, army officer, and agriculturist
  5769. Q18917546 British playwright (fl. 1772–1820)
  5770. Q18917547 Sproson [née Lloyd], Emma (1867–1936), suffragist and local politician
  5771. Q18917553 Walker, Thomas Larkins (bap. 1811, d. 1860), architect
  5772. Q18917564 Warner, Ferdinando (1703–1768), Church of England clergyman and writer
  5773. Q18917567 Barnaby, Francis (b. 1573, d. in or after 1621), Roman Catholic priest
  5774. Q18917570 Wheeler, Thomas (1754–1847), apothecary and botanist
  5775. Q18917573 Dillon, Francis [Frank] (1823–1909), landscape painter
  5776. Q18917574 Whinyates, Sir Edward Charles (1782–1865), army officer
  5777. Q18917576 Knowles, Sir Francis Gerald William, sixth baronet (1915–1974), biologist
  5778. Q18917577 Wilford, Sir Thomas (c.1530–1610), soldier
  5779. Q18917578 Watson, Justly (c.1710–1757), military engineer
  5780. Q18917579 Watkins, Francis (bap. 1723, d. 1791), optician
  5781. Q18917581 Brian G. Awty, ‘Kendall family (per. c.1700–1807)’, first published
  5782. Q18917583 Webb, Francis (1735–1815), General Baptist minister and writer
  5783. Q18917584 Busch, John (c.1730–1795), nurseryman and landscape gardener
  5784. Q18917586 Dawtry, Frank Dalmeny (1902–1968), probation service organizer
  5785. Q18917587 Deakin, Joseph Thomas (1858–1937), railway worker and socialist
  5786. Q18917589 Anthony Slaven, ‘Stephen family (per. 1750–1976)’, first published
  5787. Q18917590 Duveen, Sir Joseph Joel (1843–1908), art dealer and benefactor
  5788. Q18917593 Gilbert, Joseph (1732?–1820/21), seaman and hydrographer
  5789. Q18917594 Yate [Yates], Thomas (c.1604–1681), college head and publishing entrepreneur
  5790. Q18917595 Gerard J. Brault, ‘Hussey family (per. c.1150–1349)’, first published
  5791. Q18917596 Lane, Joseph (bap. 1717, d. 1784), grotto maker
  5792. Q18917597 Holmes, Timothy (1825–1907), surgeon
  5793. Q18917599 Platt, Joseph (c.1862–1930), businessman and rugby administrator
  5794. Q18917600 Whitaker, Tobias (bap. 1601?, d. 1664), physician
  5795. Q18917602 Duval [née Dugdale], Una Harriet Ella Stratford (1879–1975), suffragette and marriage reformer
  5796. Q18917605 Joyce, Valentine (1768/9–1800), seamen's spokesman during the Spithead mutiny
  5797. Q18917610 Wetwang, Sir Joseph (1622/3–1684), naval officer
  5798. Q18917611 Vokes, Frederick Mortimer (1846–1888), actor and dancer
  5799. Q18917614 English actor (born c.1663, died in or after 1707)
  5800. Q18917622 Scottish nobleman and Warden of the East March (c.1370–1455x7)
  5801. Q18917628 Ekarte, George Daniel [known as Daniels Ekarte] (1896/7–1964), minister and community worker
  5802. Q18917632 Gell [née Packer], Katherine (bap. 1624, d. 1671), religious patron
  5803. Q18917634 Gunton, George (bap. 1801, d. 1890), brickmaker
  5804. Q18917636 J. D. Banham, ‘Cookson family (per. c.1700–1863)’, first published
  5805. Q18917637 Everett Leeds, ‘Jackman family (per. 1763–1976)’, first published
  5806. Q18917638 Bliss [née Moore], Kathleen Mary Amelia (1908–1989), religious administrator and university teacher
  5807. Q18917641 Lucan, Arthur [real name Arthur Towle] (1885–1954), comedian
  5808. Q18917649 Vernon, George (1637/8–1720), Church of England clergyman
  5809. Q18917650 Macleane, Lauchlin [formerly Laughlin McLean] (1728/9–1778), political agent and speculator
  5810. Q18917653 K. D. Reynolds, ‘Vining family (per. 1807–1915)’, first published
  5811. Q18917656 Walker, George Alfred (1807–1884), sanitary reformer
  5812. Q18917659 Ward, James (1769–1859), painter and printmaker
  5813. Q18917662 Bonn, Leopold Bernhard (1850–1929), banker and philanthropist
  5814. Q18917663 Watson, George (bap. 1723, d. 1773), Church of England clergyman and classical scholar
  5815. Q18917665 Monson, Sir (William Bonnar) Leslie (1912–1993), colonial official
  5816. Q18917666 Whichcote, George (1794–1891), army officer
  5817. Q18917668 Durlacher, Lewis (1792–1864), chiropodist
  5818. Q18917673 Hodgkinson, William (1661/2–1731), merchant and landowner
  5819. Q18917677 Susanna Avery-Quash, ‘Byfield family (per. c.1814–1886)’, first published
  5820. Q18917678 Withers [Wither], George (bap. 1540, d. 1605), Church of England clergyman
  5821. Q18917685 Margrie, William (1877–1960), philosopher and eccentric
  5822. Q18917687 Woodley, George (bap. 1786, d. 1846), poet and Church of England clergyman
  5823. Q18917688 McKane, William (1921–2004), biblical scholar
  5824. Q18917691 Michael T. Davis, ‘London Corresponding Society (act. 1792–1799)’, first published
  5825. Q18917693 P. J. P. Goldberg, ‘Women in trade and industry in York (act. c.1300–c.1500)’, first published
  5826. Q18917694 A. D. Carr, ‘Mostyn family (per. 1540–1642)’, first published
  5827. Q18917695 Dominic Luckett, ‘Daubeney family (per. c.1225–c.1510)’, first published
  5828. Q18917697 O'Carroll, Mulroney [called Mulroney the Great] (c.1470–1532), chieftain
  5829. Q18917700 Chester, William of (fl. 1093x1109), Benedictine monk and supposed poet
  5830. Q18917704 Bull, Sir Graham MacGregor (1918–1987), physician
  5831. Q18917705 Wilson, William Rae (1772–1849), traveller and writer
  5832. Q18917706 Sykes, Marjorie (1905–1995), teacher and community worker
  5833. Q18917707 Franchi, Gregorio (1769/70–1828), art collector
  5834. Q18917710 R. A. Griffiths, ‘Rice family (per. c.1500–1651)’, first published
  5835. Q18917711 R. A. Griffiths, ‘Stradling family (per. c.1290–1480)’, first published
  5836. Q18917712 Beauclerk [née Lovelace], Martha [Lady Henry Beauclerk] (bap. 1710, d. 1788), courtier
  5837. Q18917714 Sturge, William (1820–1905), surveyor and land agent
  5838. Q18917716 Jones, Hannah Maria (1796?–1854), novelist
  5839. Q18917717 Trail, William (1746–1831), mathematician and Church of Ireland clergyman
  5840. Q18917720 Vaughan, William (bap. 1640, d. 1719), merchant and colonial official
  5841. Q18917723 Vaughan, William (b. c.1716, d. in or after 1780), army officer in the Jacobite and Spanish service
  5842. Q18917724 M. A. Elston, ‘Edinburgh Seven (act. 1869–1873)’, first published
  5843. Q18917726 Verral [Verrall], William (1715–1761), innkeeper and writer on cookery
  5844. Q18917730 Jane Garnett, ‘Women artists in Ruskin's circle (act. 1850s–1900s)’, first published
  5845. Q18917732 Watts, William (c.1590–1649), Church of England clergyman and author
  5846. Q18917733 Boulding, Mary [name in religion Maria] (1929–2009), nun and theologian
  5847. Q18917735 Wedderburn, David (bap. 1580, d. 1646), poet and Latin grammarian
  5848. Q18917739 Hodgson [Hudson; née Dyer], Mary (bap. 1673?, d. 1719?), singer
  5849. Q18917740 Whaley, Edward Peter [Eddie] (1877x80–1960), comedian and singer
  5850. Q18917744 West [née Cooke], Sarah (1790x95–1876), actress
  5851. Q18917746 John Hunt, ‘Musard family (per. c.1070–c.1330)’, first published
  5852. Q18917749 Mozeen [née Edwards], Mary [performing names Miss Edwards, Mrs Mozeen] (b. in or before 1724?, d. 1773?), singer and actress
  5853. Q18917750 Wey, William (1405/6–1476), author and pilgrim
  5854. Q18917751 Overton, Richard (fl. 1640–1663), Leveller and pamphleteer
  5855. Q18917758 Wilkinson, William (c.1551–1613), religious writer and ecclesiastical lawyer
  5856. Q18917760 Wilks, Robert (c.1665–1732), actor and theatre manager
  5857. Q18917763 Williams, William Henry (bap. 1771, d. 1841), physician
  5858. Q18917770 Wheeler, Maurice (1647/8–1727), Church of England clergyman
  5859. Q18917773 Ronald M. Birse, ‘Worsdell family (per. c.1800–1910)’, first published
  5860. Q18917774 Coate, Winifred Annie (1893–1977), missionary teacher and relief organizer
  5861. Q18917776 Henry Summerson, ‘Servants of Samuel Pepys (act. 1658–1703)’, first published
  5862. Q18917778 Williams, Zachariah [Zachary] (1668x73–1755), experimental philosopher
  5863. Q18922039 Marten, John (fl. 1692–1737), surgeon
  5864. Q18922043 Monmouth, John of (c.1182–1248), baron
  5865. Q18922044 G. W. S. Barrow, ‘Stewart family (per. c.1110–c.1350)’, first published
  5866. Q18922049 Prophete, John (c.1350–1416), dean of York and administrator
  5867. Q18922055 Maureen M. Meikle, ‘Selby family (per. c.1520–1646)’, first published
  5868. Q18922059 Wilkinson, John (fl. 1652–1683), Quaker schismatic
  5869. Q18922070 Magennis, Arthur, third Viscount Magennis of Iveagh (1623/1626–1683), army officer
  5870. Q18922072 Gracedieu, Sir Bartholomew (c.1657–1715), merchant and colonial agent
  5871. Q18922073 Christina DeCoursey, ‘Society of Antiquaries (act. 1586–1607)’, first published
  5872. Q18922088 Knollys [née Carey], Katherine, Lady Knollys (c.1523–1569), courtier
  5873. Q18922090 Caroline M. Barron, ‘Women traders and artisans in London (act. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  5874. Q18922098 Buckton [née Williams], Catherine Mary (1826/7–1904), promoter of household science teaching
  5875. Q18922106 Dillon, Cecily (c.1603–1653), Poor Clare abbess
  5876. Q18922109 Henry Summerson, ‘Servants of Samuel Pepys (act. 1658–1703)’, first published
  5877. Q18922112 Scrafton, Luke (1732–1770?), East India Company servant
  5878. Q18922115 Michael S. Moss, ‘Cayzer family (per. 1843–1999)’, first published
  5879. Q18922133 Weston, Charles (1731/2–1809), merchant and philanthropist
  5880. Q18922139 Little, Clement (c.1527–1580), lawyer and benefactor
  5881. Q18922141 Mackenzie, Colin (1697/8–1775), physician and man-midwife
  5882. Q18922154 Hughes, David (1561?–1610), founder of Beaumaris Free Grammar School, Anglesey
  5883. Q18922157 Iestyn ap Gwrgant (fl. c.1081–c.1120), nobleman
  5884. Q18922167 Haldane, Patrick (1683/4–1769), lawyer and politician
  5885. Q18922169 Hutchison, Patrick (1740/41–1802), minister of the Relief church and author
  5886. Q18922180 Richard Dace, ‘Birmingham family (per. c.1135–c.1300)’, first published
  5887. Q18922183 Jarvis, Edward Kem (bap. 1805, d. 1853), judge and philanthropist
  5888. Q18922184 Philip ap Rhys [Philipp Ryse] (fl. 1547–1559), organist and composer
  5889. Q18922192 Wright, Phoebe (1710s?–1778), embroiderer and designer
  5890. Q18922196 Dominic Luckett, ‘Daubeney family (per. c.1225–c.1510)’, first published
  5891. Q18922199 Irish portrait painter (fl. 1800–1815)
  5892. Q18922204 Clerke, Richard (fl. 1572–1596), navigator and privateer
  5893. Q18922210 Gough, Richard (bap. 1635, d. 1723), local historian
  5894. Q18922211 Anne Polden, ‘Abenon, d', family (per. 1086–c.1400)’, first published
  5895. Q18922213 Haines, Richard (bap. 1633, d. 1685), farmer and pamphleteer
  5896. Q18922222 Silvester, Eusebius (bap. 1714, d. in or after 1759), lawyer and projector
  5897. Q18922229 S. J. Payling, ‘Willoughby family (per. 1362–1528)’, first published
  5898. Q18922231 English religious writer (fl. 1636–1673)
  5899. Q18922232 Feathery Scribe (fl. c.1625–1640), scribe
  5900. Q18922237 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Constable family (per. c.1300–1488)’, first published
  5901. Q18922246 Huntington, Robert (c.1616–1684), army officer
  5902. Q18922254 Everard, Frederick Thomas [formerly Friedrich Thomas Eberhardt] (1858/9–1929), shipowner
  5903. Q18922255 John Hunt, ‘Musard family (per. c.1070–c.1330)’, first published
  5904. Q18922257 Wingfield, Robert (c.1513–c.1561), historian
  5905. Q18922259 Wiseman, Sir Robert (1609/10–1684), judge and jurist
  5906. Q18922262 Adams, Roger (1681?–1741), printer and publisher
  5907. Q18922264 Bradshaigh, Sir Roger, third baronet (bap. 1675, d. 1747), politician and coal owner
  5908. Q18922274 Carrington, Samuel (bap. 1798, d. 1870), geologist and archaeologist
  5909. Q18922278 Gray, Samuel (bap. 1693?, d. 1766), seedsman
  5910. Q18922280 Hill, Samuel (bap. 1678, d. 1759), textile manufacturer
  5911. Q18922283 Parker, George, second earl of Macclesfield (c.1697–1764), astronomer and politician
  5912. Q18922287 Ross, George, of Cromarty (1708/9–1786), army agent and agricultural improver
  5913. Q18922292 Fortnum [née King], Sophia (b. 1781/2, d. in or after 1805), writer
  5914. Q18922295 S. I. Boardman, ‘Campbell family (per. c.1300–1453)’, first published
  5915. Q18922296 Peter Barber, ‘Gatti family (per. 1847–1981)’, first published
  5916. Q18922297 Christopher Whittick, ‘Webster family (per. c.1650–1836)’, first published
  5917. Q18922298 Berrow, Harvey (bap. 1719, d. 1776), printer and newspaper proprietor
  5918. Q18922311 Calderwood, Henry (1808?–1865), missionary and government official
  5919. Q18922312 British inventor of cylinder printing in the textile industry (fl. 1783–1784)
  5920. Q18922320 Jonathan Brown, ‘Marshall family (per. 1848–1922)’, first published
  5921. Q18922321 Henry Summerson, ‘Servants of Samuel Pepys (act. 1658–1703)’, first published
  5922. Q18922323 R. A. Griffiths, ‘Stradling family (per. c.1290–1480)’, first published
  5923. Q18922324 Fortescue, Thomas (b. in or before 1545, d. 1602), translator and alleged sorcerer
  5924. Q18922327 Fowle, Sir Thomas (bap. 1637, d. 1692), goldsmith and banker
  5925. Q18922328 Walker, Henry (fl. 1638–1660), journalist and preacher
  5926. Q18922329 Green, Thomas (bap. 1658, d. 1738), bishop of Ely
  5927. Q18922333 Michael Hicks, ‘Lisle family (per. c.1277–1542)’, first published
  5928. Q18922338 S. J. Payling, ‘Willoughby family (per. 1362–1528)’, first published
  5929. Q18922341 Plunkett, Thomas (b. c.1612, d. in or before 1654), naval officer and privateer
  5930. Q18922343 Pye [née Mendez, other married name Campbell], Jael Henrietta (1737?–1782), writer
  5931. Q18922346 Biddles, James (1815–1871?), actor and theatre manager
  5932. Q18922347 Bremner [Brymer], Robert (c.1713–1789), music publisher
  5933. Q18922354 Falleron, James (fl. 1439–1463), merchant
  5934. Q18922357 Wilkinson, Thomas (fl. 1609–1612), composer
  5935. Q18922360 Greenwood, James William (bap. 1835, d. 1927), author and journalist
  5936. Q18922362 Leach, James (c.1806–1869), Chartist
  5937. Q18922363 Heath, (Robert) Vernon (1819/20–1895), photographer
  5938. Q18922379 Berkenhead, William (bap. 1648, d. 1701), Jacobite spy
  5939. Q18922383 Burt, William Mathew (c.1725–1781), colonial governor
  5940. Q18922385 Patrick Cadell, ‘Cadell family (per. c.1740–1934)’, first published
  5941. Q18922395 Rosemary Horrox, ‘Constable family (per. c.1300–1488)’, first published
  5942. Q18922400 Cullen, John (c.1838–1914), Church of England clergyman and poet
  5943. Q18922401 Edwards, William (bap. 1723, d. 1808), bookbinder
  5944. Q18922402 Anne Polden, ‘Abenon, d', family (per. 1086–c.1400)’, first published
  5945. Q18922406 Dixon, John (fl. 1574–1597), annotator of Faerie Queene
  5946. Q18922408 Peter Wakelin, ‘Harford family (per. c.1700–1866)’, first published
  5947. Q18922409 Scottish advocate and diplomat (fl. 1516–1550)
  5948. Q18922411 Keary, (Hall) William (bap. 1815, d. 1887), farm manager and land agent
  5949. Q18922413 Love, William (c.1620–1689), merchant and politician
  5950. Q18922418 Sackville, Sir William (1569/70–1592), soldier
  5951. Q18922421 Trigge, William (fl. 1630–1656), empiric
  5952. Q18924963 Sonja Cameron, ‘Lindsay family of Barnweill, Crawford, and Glenesk (per. c.1250–c.1400)’, first published
  5953. Q18935963 Wheeler [née Cowherd], Agnes [Ann] (bap. 1734, d. 1804), writer on dialect
  5954. Q18935971 Johnson, Alexander (bap. 1716, d. 1799), physician and advocate of resuscitation
  5955. Q18935992 Benn, Sir Anthony (1569/70–1618), lawyer and judge
  5956. Q18935994 John Orbell, ‘Hope family (per. c.1700–1813)’, first published
  5957. Q18936016 Elliott, William (1780/81–1853), maker of scientific instruments
  5958. Q18936032 Appleton [married name Lachlan], Elizabeth (c.1790–1849), educationist and author
  5959. Q18936048 Beckett [née Bousfield; other married name Thomas], Frances Sarah [Fanny] (bap. 1821, d. 1902), philanthropist and a founder of Scottish Home Industries
  5960. Q18936052 Peregrino, Francis Zaccheus Santiago (c.1851–1919), pan-Africanist and newspaper editor in South Africa
  5961. Q18936057 Rochetti, Gaetano Filippo [Philip] (fl. 1724–1751), singer
  5962. Q18936059 Robert W. Dunning, ‘Luttrell family (per. c.1200–1428)’, first published
  5963. Q18936061 Adam, George (fl. 1826–1828), journeyman carpenter and trade unionist
  5964. Q18936089 Hughes, Henry (bap. 1602, d. in or before 1652), physician and poet
  5965. Q18936092 Aston, Herbert (bap. 1614, d. 1688/9), poet
  5966. Q18936095 Nigel Saul, ‘Sackville family (per. c.1066–c.1477)’, first published
  5967. Q18936108 Peter Longley, ‘Longley family (per. c.1860–1994)’, first published
  5968. Q18936120 Allen, Sir John (c.1470–1544), mayor of London
  5969. Q18936122 Aster, John (1509/10–1574), Church of England clergyman and religious reformer
  5970. Q18936131 Clark, John (1798/9–1857), architect
  5971. Q18936146 Gladman, John (fl. 1644–1685), parliamentarian army officer and conspirator
  5972. Q18936151 Hardy, John (1679/80–1740), Presbyterian minister and Church of England clergyman
  5973. Q18936154 Hoskins, John [known as John Hoskins the elder, Old Hoskins] (c.1590–1665), miniature painter
  5974. Q18936163 Roche, John (1576x9–1636), Roman Catholic bishop of Ferns
  5975. Q18936165 Russell, John (c.1550–1612), lawyer and author
  5976. Q18936166 St Leger, Anthony (bap. 1731, d. 1786), army officer and racing enthusiast
  5977. Q18936171 Thomas, John [Ioan, John Thomas Rhaeadr Gwy] (bap. 1730, d. in or before 1806), schoolmaster and Independent minister
  5978. Q18936172 Weddington, John (b. c.1525, d. in or after 1593), writer on bookkeeping
  5979. Q18936175 Wilkinson, John Joseph Tate (1769/70–1846), actor and theatre manager
  5980. Q18936180 Nigel Saul, ‘Sackville family (per. c.1066–c.1477)’, first published
  5981. Q18936201 Henry Summerson, ‘Servants of Samuel Pepys (act. 1658–1703)’, first published
  5982. Q18936209 Susanna Avery-Quash, ‘Williams family (per. c.1800–c.1875)’, first published
  5983. Q18936210 Simmons, Matthew (b. in or before 1608, d. 1654), bookseller and printer
  5984. Q18936226 Peter Fleming, ‘Cobham family (per. c.1250–c.1530)’, first published
  5985. Q18936247 Sutton, Robert (bap. 1708, d. 1788), surgeon, apothecary, and smallpox inoculator
  5986. Q18936248 Walker, Robert (c.1709–1761), printer and distributor of patent medicines
  5987. Q18936252 Cautherley, Samuel (c.1747–1805), actor
  5988. Q18936260 Peter Fleming, ‘Cobham family (per. c.1250–c.1530)’, first published
  5989. Q18936263 Atkins, Thomas (1763/4–1848), menagerie keeper and zoo proprietor
  5990. Q18936270 Cooke, Sir Thomas (c.1648–1709), merchant
  5991. Q18936275 Greene, Thomas (bap. 1573, d. 1612), actor
  5992. Q18936282 Leighton, Thomas of (fl. 1293–1294), blacksmith
  5993. Q18936285 Salter, Thomas (1477/8–1558), Carthusian monk and Roman Catholic priest
  5994. Q18936286 Martin Levy, ‘Seddon family (per. c.1750–1864)’, first published
  5995. Q18936295 Wimborne, Walter of (fl. 1261–1266), Franciscan friar and poet
  5996. Q18936297 Henry Summerson, ‘Servants of Samuel Pepys (act. 1658–1703)’, first published
  5997. Q18936311 Youssef Cassis, ‘Mills family (per. 1773–1939)’, first published
  5998. Q18936320 Weston, William [name in religion John Baptist] (1654/5–1729), Franciscan friar
  5999. Q18944959 fl. 1673-1699
  6000. Q18954027 Roger L. Emerson, ‘Select Society (act. 1754–1764)’, first published
  6001. Q18954029 Smyth, Edward (fl. 1764–1790), Methodist preacher
  6002. Q18954050 Molesworth [née Carstairs; other married name West], Andalusia Grant, Lady Molesworth (c.1809–1888), society hostess
  6003. Q18954052 Kinsman, Andrew (bap. 1724, d. 1793), Methodist preacher
  6004. Q18954089 Timothy Clayton, ‘Bowles family (per. c.1690–c.1830)’, first published
  6005. Q18954092 Elizabeth Cowling, ‘Carline family (per. c.1870–c.1975)’, first published
  6006. Q18954111 Vincent, Richard (1697x1701?–1783), musician
  6007. Q18954113 Williams, Charles Wye (1779/80–1866), developer of steam navigation
  6008. Q18954117 Faye Getz, ‘Women medical practitioners in England (act. c.1200–c.1475)’, first published
  6009. Q18954131 Maxwell [née Brisbane], Darcy, Lady Maxwell of Pollok (1742/3–1810), follower of Methodism and philanthropist
  6010. Q18954132 Campbell, David Robb (1874/5–1934), labour leader
  6011. Q18954144 Astry [married name Orlebar], Diana (bap. 1671, d. 1716), diarist and compiler of recipe books
  6012. Q18954148 Smith, Eaglesfield (c.1770–1838), poet and surgeon
  6013. Q18954158 Richard C. Allen, ‘Kemeys family (per. c.1570–1747)’, first published
  6014. Q18954172 Echlin [née Bellingham], Elizabeth, Lady Echlin (bap. 1704, d. 1782), author
  6015. Q18954176 Fletcher, Elizabeth (1638?–1658), Quaker preacher
  6016. Q18954181 Stirling, Emma Maitland (1838/9–1907), activist in child welfare and emigration to Canada
  6017. Q18954207 Flint, George (fl. 1714–1750), printer and political writer
  6018. Q18954222 Rodney, Sir George (1575x9–1601), gentleman and poet
  6019. Q18954228 Wilson, George (1630/31?–1711), chemist
  6020. Q18954230 Daniell [née Drake], Louisa (1808/9–1871), philanthropist
  6021. Q18954241 Eric Acheson, ‘Ferrers family (per. c.1240–1445)’, first published
  6022. Q18954244 Gerard J. Brault, ‘Hussey family (per. c.1150–1349)’, first published
  6023. Q18954246 Maxwell, Henry (1668/9–1730), politician and pamphleteer
  6024. Q18954250 Michael P. Cooper, ‘Stevens family (per. c.1830–1925)’, first published
  6025. Q18954251 Sudell, Henry (1763/4–1856), cotton merchant and manufacturer
  6026. Q18954263 Cunningham, Sir Hugh (1642/3–1710), local politician and merchant
  6027. Q18954271 Turé, Fodé Ibrahim [known as Fodé Kombo Sillah] (c.1825–1894), political leader in the Gambia
  6028. Q18954275 David Crouch, ‘Harcourt family (per. c.1050–1330)’, first published
  6029. Q18954276 Baillie, James (bap. 1672, d. 1744), advocate
  6030. Q18954278 Bowen, James [Jemmy] (fl. 1695–1701), singer
  6031. Q18954282 Bullough, John (1836/7–1891), textile machinery manufacturer
  6032. Q18954299 John Orbell, ‘Stern family (per. c.1830–1964)’, first published
  6033. Q18954311 Bate, John (fl. 1626–1635), writer on mechanics
  6034. Q18954321 Bryce, John (bap. 1717, d. 1787), printer and bookseller
  6035. Q18954335 Farley, John (1755/6–1827), cook and writer on cookery
  6036. Q18954338 John fitz Geoffrey (c.1206–1258), justiciar of Ireland and baronial leader
  6037. Q18954387 Rowley, John (c.1668–1728), maker of scientific instruments and mechanic
  6038. Q18954390 Peter Fleming, ‘Savage family (per. c.1280–c.1420)’, first published
  6039. Q18954392 Tim Thornton, ‘Savage family (per. c.1369–1528)’, first published
  6040. Q18954409 Taylor, John Eldred (c.1880–1924), journalist and pan-Africanist
  6041. Q18954425 Emery, Josiah (bap. 1725, d. 1794), watchmaker
  6042. Q18954438 Faye Getz, ‘Women medical practitioners in England (act. c.1200–c.1475)’, first published
  6043. Q18954455 Howard [née Fitzalan], Mary, duchess of Norfolk (1539/40–1557), noblewoman
  6044. Q18954459 K. D. Reynolds, ‘Vining family (per. 1807–1915)’, first published
  6045. Q18954469 Crynes, Nathaniel (1685/6–1745), book collector
  6046. Q18954473 P. J. P. Goldberg, ‘Women in trade and industry in York (act. c.1300–c.1500)’, first published
  6047. Q18954483 Lamb, Patrick (c.1650–1708/9), royal cook
  6048. Q18954501 Alexandre, Pierre [pseud. Simon Alexius] (c.1498–1563), prior of Arras and theologian
  6049. Q18954506 Richardson, Reginald John (1807/8–1861), political reformer
  6050. Q18954515 Embleton, Richard (c.1273–1333), merchant and mayor of Newcastle
  6051. Q18954521 Poynings [Ponyngs], Michael, first Lord Poynings (c.1318–1369), soldier
  6052. Q18954526 Cowper [Cooper], Robert (c.1465–1539/40), composer
  6053. Q18954528 Joy Rowe, ‘Drury family (per. 1485–1624)’, first published
  6054. Q18954533 English gentry in Cornwall (fl. 1175–1180)
  6055. Q18954562 M. Ginsburg, ‘Simpson family (per. 1894–1990)’, first published
  6056. Q18954564 Smith, Samuel (bap. 1658, d. 1707), bookseller and publisher
  6057. Q18954570 J. S. Hodgkinson, ‘Fuller family (per. c.1650–1803)’, first published
  6058. Q18954582 Smith, Theodore (fl. c.1765–c.1810x23), composer and musician
  6059. Q18954585 Castell, Thomas (c.1456–1519), prior of Durham
  6060. Q18954587 Crowley, Thomas [pseud. Amor Patriae] (c.1713–1787), religious controversialist and political writer
  6061. Q18954591 S. J. Payling, ‘Chaworth family (per. c.1160–c.1521)’, first published
  6062. Q18954594 Clare, Thomas de (1244x7–1287), magnate and administrator
  6063. Q18954597 Green, Thomas (bap. 1719, d. 1791), musician and tuner of musical instruments
  6064. Q18954601 Leyland, Thomas (1752?–1827), merchant and banker
  6065. Q18954603 Lurting, Thomas (1628x32–1713), sailor and religious writer
  6066. Q18954613 Savage, Thomas (1651/2–1668), apprentice and murderer
  6067. Q18954625 Marion Gibson, ‘Essex witches (act. 1566–1589)’, first published
  6068. Q18954630 Flack, Walter (1915/16–1963), property developer
  6069. Q18954647 Virginia Hewitt, ‘Rue, de la, family (per. c.1820–1923)’, first published
  6070. Q18954655 Haward, Sir William (c.1617–1704), courtier and antiquary
  6071. Q18954665 Musgrave, Sir William (b. in or before 1506, d. 1544), landowner and administrator
  6072. Q18954667 Reid, William Hamilton (fl. 1784–1827), poet and controversialist
  6073. Q18954669 Scot [Scott], William (c.1558–1642), Church of Scotland minister and historian
  6074. Q18954675 Struthers, William (c.1578–1633), Church of Scotland minister
  6075. Q18955555 1740-1820
  6076. Q18958014 English midwife and author, active 1701 to 1737
  6077. Q18964937 dotter till Gustaf Pontén (1817–1890)
  6078. Q19022504 (1817-1890)
  6079. Q19035726 dotter till Marcus Wallenberg (1864–1943)
  6080. Q19036178 Farrah, Abd'Elkader [Abdel] (1926–2005), theatre designer
  6081. Q19036222 Jordan, Abraham (c.1666–1715/16), distiller and organ builder
  6082. Q19036262 Pipwell, Adam (fl. 1321–1325), natural philosopher
  6083. Q19036303 Lancastre Saldanha, Adeline Louisa Maria de [formerly Adeline Louisa Maria De Horsey], Countess de Lancastre [other married name Adeline Louisa Maria Brudenell, countess of Cardigan] (1824–1915), aristocrat
  6084. Q19036346 Peel, Albert (1887–1949), Congregational minister and historian
  6085. Q19036387 Baillie, Alexander (c.1590–1655), abbot of Regensburg
  6086. Q19036460 Cameron, Alexander Anthony (1877–1951), athlete
  6087. Q19036534 Chance, Sir James Timmins, first baronet (1814–1902), glass manufacturer and lighthouse engineer
  6088. Q19036569 Grant, Sir Alexander, first baronet (1864–1937), biscuit manufacturer and benefactor
  6089. Q19036606 Newport, Alexander of [called Alexander the Mason] (fl. c.1235–1257), master mason
  6090. Q19036641 Ramsay, Alexander (1822–1909), newspaper editor
  6091. Q19036679 Robertson, Sir Alexander (1908–1990), veterinary scientist and university administrator
  6092. Q19036720 John Orbell, ‘Wallace family (per. 1841–1925)’, first published
  6093. Q19036757 Fannin, (Thomas) Alfred (1874–1939), businessman
  6094. Q19036794 Williams, Alfred (1832–1905), alpine painter
  6095. Q19036828 Oldham, Alice (1850–1907), promoter of women's education
  6096. Q19036860 Thornton [née Wandesford], Alice (1626–1707), autobiographer
  6097. Q19036933 Costa, Alvaro Jacob [Alvaro Rodrigues] da (1646–1716), merchant
  6098. Q19037004 Campbell [married names Anderson, Telfer], Agnes (1637–1716), printer and book merchant
  6099. Q19037079 Herbertson, Andrew John (1865–1915), geographer
  6100. Q19037122 McKenna, Andrew Joseph (1833–1872), journalist
  6101. Q19037160 St Victor, Andrew of (c.1110–1175), biblical scholar and abbot of Wigmore
  6102. Q19037196 Anita McConnell, ‘Industrial spies (act. c.1700–c.1800)’, first published
  6103. Q19037235 MacLellan, Angus [Aonghus Beag mac Aonghuis 'ic Eachainn 'ic Dhomhnaill 'ic Chaluim 'ic Dhomhnaill, Aonghus mac 'ill' Fhialain] (1869–1966), storyteller and farm worker
  6104. Q19037320 Cristall, Ann Batten (bap. 1769, d. 1848), poet
  6105. Q19037355 Brown, Ann Dudin (1822–1917), benefactor
  6106. Q19037389 Neville, Anne (1605–1689), abbess of Pontoise
  6107. Q19037431 Walker, Sir James (1863–1935), chemist
  6108. Q19037469 Whitelaw, Annie Watt (1875–1966), headmistress and educationist
  6109. Q19037623 Hamilton, Archibald (1719–1793), printer and publisher
  6110. Q19037706 Page, Sir Archibald (1875–1949), engineer and electricity supply manager
  6111. Q19037751 Scott, Archibald (1837–1909), Church of Scotland minister
  6112. Q19037790 Janet H. Stevenson, ‘Nesbitt family (per. c.1717–c.1900)’, first published
  6113. Q19037823 Alexis Weedon, ‘Bell family (per. 1814–1968)’, first published
  6114. Q19037887 O'Neill, Arthur George (1819–1896), reformer and minister of religion
  6115. Q19037919 Strachey, Sir John (1823–1907), administrator in India
  6116. Q19037955 Molins, James (c.1580–1638), surgeon
  6117. Q19038057 Purse, Benjamin Ormond (1874–1950), social worker and expert on blind welfare
  6118. Q19038125 Gilbert, Sir Bernard William (1891–1957), civil servant
  6119. Q19038154 Errol, Bert [real name Isaac Whitehouse] (1883–1949), singer and female impersonator
  6120. Q19038193 Currie, Bertram Wodehouse (1827–1896), banker
  6121. Q19038221 Crisp, (Charles) Birch (1867–1958), financier
  6122. Q19038257 Fothergill, (Arthur) Brian (1921–1990), biographer
  6123. Q19038293 Reade, Brian Edmund (1913–1989), art historian and critic
  6124. Q19038327 Playne, Caroline Elizabeth (1857–1948), pacifist and historian
  6125. Q19038369 Scottish Gaelic poet (fl. c.1615–1649)
  6126. Q19038419 Addis, Sir Charles Stewart (1861–1945), banker and government adviser
  6127. Q19038456 Allen, Charles (fl. 1685–1687), writer on dentistry
  6128. Q19038496 Cammell, Charles (1810–1879), steelmaker
  6129. Q19038656 Leslie, Charles [nicknamed Mussel-Mou'd Charlie] (1676/7–1782), ballad singer and songwriter
  6130. Q19038730 Orton, Charles William Previté- (1877–1947), historian
  6131. Q19038768 Read, Charles (1715–1774), politician in America
  6132. Q19038800 Snell, Charles (bap. 1667, d. 1733), writing-master
  6133. Q19038838 Somerset, Sir Charles (1587/8–1665), traveller and writer
  6134. Q19038867 Thompson, Charles John Samuel (1862–1943), medical historian and museum curator
  6135. Q19038903 Nair, Sir Chettur Sankaran (1857–1934), judge and politician in India
  6136. Q19038939 Sherland, Christopher (1594–1632), lawyer and politician
  6137. Q19039027 Dafydd Johnston, ‘Cywyddwyr (act. c.1330–c.1650)’, first published
  6138. Q19039108 Howard, David (1839–1916), chemical manufacturer
  6139. Q19039146 Owen, Sir (Arthur) David Kemp (1904–1970), international civil servant
  6140. Q19039186 Waley [formerly Schloss], Sir (Sigismund) David (1887–1962), civil servant
  6141. Q19039227 Williams, David (1898–1984), geologist
  6142. Q19039259 Anderson, Sir Donald Forsyth (1906–1973), shipowner
  6143. Q19039304 S. I. Boardman, ‘Lennox family (per. c.1300–1425)’, first published
  6144. Q19039339 MacDonald, Donald (1766/7–1840), bagpipe maker and music publisher
  6145. Q19039378 W. W. Scott, ‘Macwilliam family (per. c.1130–c.1230)’, first published
  6146. Q19039419 Foulger [née Rutherford], Dorothea (1787–1852), educationist
  6147. Q19039494 Harrison, Edmund (bap. 1591, d. 1667), embroiderer
  6148. Q19039538 Tisdall, Edmund Charles (1824–1892), milk retailer
  6149. Q19039574 Bullen, Edward (1813–1868), legal writer
  6150. Q19039619 Chapman, Edward (1804–1880), bookseller and publisher
  6151. Q19039655 Cheney, Edward (1803–1884), art collector and watercolour painter
  6152. Q19039689 Clarke, Edward [called Edward the Grave, Standard Clarke] (1649x51–1710), politician
  6153. Q19039731 Fisher [Hawkins], Thomas (1515/16–1577), member of parliament and landowner
  6154. Q19039805 Smith, Edward Tyrrel (1804–1877), impresario and showman
  6155. Q19039845 R. A. Griffiths, ‘Stradling family (per. c.1290–1480)’, first published
  6156. Q19039880 Foden, Edwin (1841–1911), vehicle manufacturer
  6157. Q19039917 Brown, Henry Thomas [Jim] Cadbury- (1913–2009), architect
  6158. Q19039954 Welsh, Elizabeth (1843–1921), college head
  6159. Q19039990 Philips, Erasmus (fl. 1720–1751), writer on economics
  6160. Q19040028 Smith, Sir (James) Eric (1909–1990), marine biologist
  6161. Q19040104 Henderson [married name Meier], Eugénie Jane Andrina (1914–1989), phonetician and linguistic scholar
  6162. Q19040140 Hughes, Ezekiel (1766–1849), settler in America
  6163. Q19040177 Fenston, Felix Donovan (1915–1970), property developer
  6164. Q19040217 Hill, Rosamond Davenport (1825–1902), social reformer and educational administrator
  6165. Q19040309 Rowden [married name de St Quentin], Frances Arabella (1774–1840?), schoolmistress and poet
  6166. Q19040351 Russell [née Elliot], Frances Anna Maria [Fanny], Countess Russell [formerly Lady John Russell] (1815–1898), political wife
  6167. Q19040384 Grueber, Francis (1658?–1730), gunpowder and leather manufacturer and merchant
  6168. Q19040430 Robinson, Francis Edward (1833–1910), Church of England clergyman and bell-ringer
  6169. Q19040509 Douglas, Francis Wemyss-Charteris-, eighth earl of Wemyss and sixth earl of March (1818–1914), politician
  6170. Q19040542 Johnson, Sir Frank William Frederick (1866–1943), entrepreneur and army officer
  6171. Q19040575 Wrottesley, Sir Frederic John (1880–1948), judge
  6172. Q19040603 Tattersfield, Frederick (1881–1959), agricultural chemist
  6173. Q19040638 Turnbull, Gavin (c.1765–1816), poet and actor
  6174. Q19040675 Anderson, John (1798–1839), genealogist and writer to the signet
  6175. Q19040715 Brown, George Clifford (1879–1944), headmaster
  6176. Q19040751 Donaldson, Sir George Hunter (1845–1925), art collector and dealer
  6177. Q19040793 Griffith [Griffiths], George (1618?–1699x1702), Independent minister
  6178. Q19040832 Griffith, George (1811/12–1883), corn dealer and reformer of endowed schools
  6179. Q19040871 Harrison, George Bagshawe (1894–1991), literary scholar
  6180. Q19040911 Mynne, George (1581?–1648), ironmaster and politician
  6181. Q19040946 Robertson, George Matthew (1864–1932), psychiatrist
  6182. Q19040979 Martin Levy, ‘Seddon family (per. c.1750–1864)’, first published
  6183. Q19041017 Solomon [née Thomson], Georgiana Margaret (1844–1933), philanthropist in South Africa and suffragette
  6184. Q19041059 Argent, (Bernard) Godfrey (1937–2006), photographer
  6185. Q19041093 Larmor [Larmour], Sir (John) Graham (1897–1968), linen industrialist
  6186. Q19041146 Lazarus, Harris Meyer (1878–1962), rabbi
  6187. Q19041182 Gladstone, Helen Jane (1814–1880), Roman Catholic convert
  6188. Q19041226 Henry [Henry de Reyns; called Master Henry] (fl. 1243–1253), master mason
  6189. Q19041262 Bray, Henry (b. before 1248, d. 1311x13), administrator
  6190. Q19041298 Carter, Henry [Harry] (1749–1829), smuggler and Methodist preacher
  6191. Q19041337 Champernowne, Henry (1537/8–1570), soldier
  6192. Q19041370 Drummond, Henry (c.1730–1795), banker
  6193. Q19041412 Dryden, Sir Henry Edward Leigh, fourth baronet and seventh baronet (1818–1899), archaeologist and antiquary
  6194. Q19041449 Holloway, Sir Henry (1857–1923), builder
  6195. Q19041486 Hunt, Sir Henry Arthur (1810–1889), surveyor
  6196. Q19041528 Jenkyns, Henry (1795–1878), Church of England clergyman and classical scholar
  6197. Q19041566 Jones, Sir Henry Frank Harding (1906–1987), gas engineer and businessman
  6198. Q19041603 Ronald H. Fritze, ‘Kingsmill family (per. c.1480–1698)’, first published
  6199. Q19041638 Loving, Henry (1790–1850), newspaper proprietor in the West Indies
  6200. Q19041671 Newman, Henry (1670–1743), missionary society administrator
  6201. Q19041742 Thomas, Sir Henry (1878–1952), Hispanic scholar and bibliographer
  6202. Q19041777 Ward, Henry Snowden (1865–1911), photographer and author
  6203. Q19041845 Tayler, Herbert (1912–2000), architect
  6204. Q19041883 Mann, Horace (1823–1917), civil servant
  6205. Q19041920 Smith, Sir Hubert Llewellyn (1864–1945), civil servant and social investigator
  6206. Q19042065 Twysden [née Saunder], Isabella, Lady Twysden (1605–1657), diarist
  6207. Q19042104 Broom, Sir Ivor Gordon (1920–2003), air force officer
  6208. Q19042140 Allan [Allen], James [Jimmy] (1734–1810), Northumbrian piper and rogue
  6209. Q19042183 Church of England clergyman and lexicographer (fl. 1763–1774)
  6210. Q19042262 Campbell, James Joseph [pseud. Ultach] (1910–1979), scholar and educationist
  6211. Q19042302 Roy Church, ‘Colman family (per. 1814–1898)’, first published
  6212. Q19042380 Easton, Sir James Alfred [Jack] (1908–1990), air force officer and intelligence officer
  6213. Q19042417 Esdall, James (c.1720–1755), printer and bookseller
  6214. Q19042448 Fraser, James (1645–1731), book dealer
  6215. Q19042483 Gordon, James Edward (1789–1864), politician and protestant propagandist
  6216. Q19042527 Hunt, James [called Prophet Hunt] (bap. 1591?, d. 1649x66), lay preacher and prophet
  6217. Q19042561 Lacy, James (1696–1774), actor and theatre manager
  6218. Q19042596 Leatham, James (1865–1945), political activist and publisher
  6219. Q19042631 Lewis, James (1750/51–1820), architect
  6220. Q19042663 Engish neo-Latin poet (fl. 1612–1613)
  6221. Q19042722 Montgomery, James (1794–1880), cotton manufacturer and author
  6222. Q19042784 Rogers, James (c.1740–1799), insurance broker and merchant
  6223. Q19042841 Steel, Sir James, baronet (1829–1904), builder and property developer
  6224. Q19042871 Theobald, James (bap. 1688, d. 1759), merchant and antiquary
  6225. Q19042896 Thompson, James Matthew (1878–1956), historian
  6226. Q19042911 Waugh, James (1831–1905), racehorse trainer
  6227. Q19042930 Brownlow [née Morgan], Jane Macnaughton Egerton (1854/5–1928), educationist and suffragist
  6228. Q19042968 Stouppe, Jean-Baptiste [Giovanni Battista Stoppa] (fl. 1651–1673), Reformed minister and spy
  6229. Q19042993 Bedford, Jessie [pseud. Elizabeth Godfrey] (1852/3–1918), novelist and historian
  6230. Q19043008 Holland, Joan Mary Crossley- [née Joan Mary Cowper] (1912–2005), potter and gallery owner
  6231. Q19043021 Spiller, Joel (1804–1853), corn factor and miller
  6232. Q19043030 Allan, John Robertson (1906–1986), novelist and journalist
  6233. Q19043039 Arthur, John (bap. 1708?, d. 1772), actor and designer of stage machinery
  6234. Q19043042 Michael T. Davis, ‘London Corresponding Society (act. 1792–1799)’, first published
  6235. Q19043045 Astley, Philip (1742–1814), equestrian performer and circus proprietor
  6236. Q19043052 Baird, John (1798–1859), architect
  6237. Q19043058 Barber, John (bap. 1675, d. 1741), printer and local politician
  6238. Q19043060 Barnard, John (1709–1784), collector of prints and drawings
  6239. Q19043062 Barnard, John, the younger (1704/5–1784), shipbuilder
  6240. Q19043067 Barton, John (c.1605–1675), schoolmaster
  6241. Q19043070 Baum, John David (1940–1999), paediatrician
  6242. Q19043077 Blackwell, John (1624–1701), government official and colonial governor
  6243. Q19043083 Bourne, John (bap. 1620, d. 1667), naval officer
  6244. Q19043087 Boyd, Sir John McFarlane (1917–1989), trade unionist and Salvationist
  6245. Q19043090 Braithwaite, Sir John Bevan (1884–1973), stockbroker
  6246. Q19043096 Bridge, John (1755–1834), jeweller
  6247. Q19043100 Timothy Clayton, Anita McConnell, ‘Byrne family (per. 1765–1849)’, first published
  6248. Q19043105 Callard, Sir (Eric) John [Jack] (1913–1998), engineer and industrialist
  6249. Q19043118 Ferrar, John (c.1588–1657), merchant and politician
  6250. Q19043128 Fox, Sir John Jacob [formerly Jacob] (1874–1944), analytical chemist
  6251. Q19043133 Frail, John (1804–1879), election agent
  6252. Q19043143 J. S. Hodgkinson, ‘Fuller family (per. c.1650–1803)’, first published
  6253. Q19043154 David Crouch, ‘Harcourt family (per. c.1050–1330)’, first published
  6254. Q19043158 Hengler, John Michael (1831–1919), tightrope walker and circus manager
  6255. Q19043167 Hope, John (1807–1893), lawyer and philanthropist
  6256. Q19043182 Johns, John (1801–1847), Unitarian minister and missionary
  6257. Q19043187 Kane, John (1819–1876), trade unionist
  6258. Q19043190 Hector L. MacQueen, ‘Kennedy family (per. c.1350–1513)’, first published
  6259. Q19043200 Kinsey, John (1693–1750), politician and lawyer
  6260. Q19043207 Lovell [Lovel], John, fifth Baron Lovell (c.1342–1408), courtier and royal councillor
  6261. Q19043218 McMullen, John Franklin (1820–1897), banker
  6262. Q19043224 Newman, John (bap. 1783, d. 1860), maker of scientific instruments
  6263. Q19043235 Parsons, Sir John Herbert (1868–1957), ophthalmologist and physiologist
  6264. Q19043242 Payne, John Charles (1872–1952), singer and choirmaster
  6265. Q19043245 Robertson, John Monteath (1900–1989), chemical crystallographer
  6266. Q19043259 Sandars, John Satterfield (1853–1934), political secretary
  6267. Q19043268 Stoakes [Stokes], John (c.1610–1665), naval officer
  6268. Q19043272 Stokes, Sir John (1825–1902), army officer
  6269. Q19043278 Tanner, John Benedict Ian (1927–2004), museum director
  6270. Q19043281 Taylor, John Edward (1830–1905), newspaper proprietor and art collector
  6271. Q19043284 Thomas, John Brinley George (1917–1997), journalist
  6272. Q19043287 Thornton, John (bap. 1641, d. 1708), hydrographer
  6273. Q19043300 Walter, John (1873–1968), newspaper proprietor
  6274. Q19043303 Warltire, John (1725/6–1810), public lecturer
  6275. Q19043308 Yewdall, John (1795–1856), poet
  6276. Q19043313 David Hey, ‘Walker family (per. 1741–1833)’, first published
  6277. Q19043314 Baxendale, Joseph (1785–1872), transport entrepreneur
  6278. Q19043319 Tylor, Joseph John (1851–1901), engineer and Egyptologist
  6279. Q19043325 Bobath [née Busse], Berta Ottilie (1907–1991), physiotherapist
  6280. Q19043330 White, Leonard Charles (1897–1955), trade unionist
  6281. Q19043332 Clifford, Sir Lewis (c.1330–1404), soldier and suspected heretic
  6282. Q19043335 Bathurst [née Borthwick], Lilias Margaret Frances, Countess Bathurst (1871–1965), newspaper publisher
  6283. Q19043342 Kennedy [née Walker], Margaret Stephen (1814–1891), missionary in India
  6284. Q19043344 Martyr [née Thornton], Margaret (1761/2–1807), singer and actress
  6285. Q19043348 Sampson, Margaret Phoebe [name in religion Mary Clare] (1906–1988), Anglican nun
  6286. Q19043351 Riddell [née Woodley], Maria (1772–1808), poet
  6287. Q19043353 Hilton [née Case], Marie (1821–1896), promoter of child welfare
  6288. Q19043357 Randles, Marshall (1826–1904), Wesleyan Methodist minister
  6289. Q19043364 Loane, Martha Jane (1852–1933), nurse and social commentator
  6290. Q19043366 Simmonds [Simmons; née Calvert], Martha (bap. 1624, d. 1665), Quaker and author
  6291. Q19043379 Cosgrave [née Daly], Mary Josephine (c.1877–1941), local administrator and social worker
  6292. Q19043385 Simmons, Matthew (b. in or before 1608, d. 1654), bookseller and printer
  6293. Q19043388 Somerville, Mary (1897–1963), educationist and broadcasting executive
  6294. Q19043392 Young, Mary (c.1704–1741), pickpocket
  6295. Q19043395 Smith, Michael Holroyd (1847–1932), engineer
  6296. Q19043398 Mills, William Hobson (1873–1959), organic chemist
  6297. Q19043403 Michael H. Fisher, ‘Indian visitors (act. c.1720–c.1810)’, first published
  6298. Q19043406 Whately, (Mary) Monica (1889–1960), campaigner for women's rights and civil liberties
  6299. Q19043409 Isaac, Mr [Edward Isaac] (fl. 1675–1717), dancing-master and choreographer
  6300. Q19043413 Knowlys, Newman (1758–1836), barrister and judge
  6301. Q19043417 Herrick, Nicholas (1542–1592), goldsmith
  6302. Q19043421 Williams, Nigel Prichard (1955–2006), charity worker and children's commissioner
  6303. Q19043424 Henderson, Oscar (1891–1969), naval officer and television company executive
  6304. Q19043426 Underwood [née Montgomery Cuninghame], Pamela Richenda Cubitt (1910–1978), florist and nurserywoman
  6305. Q19043431 Gallagher, Patrick [known as Paddy the Cope] (1870/71–1966), co-operative pioneer in Ireland
  6306. Q19043432 Gordon, Patrick (c.1664–1736), army officer and colonial governor
  6307. Q19043436 Lewis, Paul (1739x41–1763), highwayman
  6308. Q19043441 Hyde, Pearl Marguerite (1904–1963), leader of women's voluntary work and politician
  6309. Q19043443 Helen Clifford, ‘Courtauld family (per. 1708–1780)’, first published
  6310. Q19043448 Joye, Peter (1636–1721), merchant
  6311. Q19043451 Scott, Peter Duncan (1914–1977), forensic psychiatrist
  6312. Q19043454 Skelton, Peter Raleigh Ashlin (1906–1970), cartographical historian
  6313. Q19043458 Mendes da Costa, Philip Jacob (1708–1780), merchant
  6314. Q19043461 Connelly, Pierce (1804–1883), apostate Episcopal priest and anti-Catholic pamphleteer
  6315. Q19043464 Peter Fleming, ‘Savage family (per. c.1280–c.1420)’, first published
  6316. Q19043468 Treswell, Ralph (c.1540–1616/17), painter–stainer and surveyor
  6317. Q19043477 Cawston, (Edwin) Richard (1923–1986), documentary film-maker
  6318. Q19043479 Gibson, Richard (b. 1635, d. in or after 1712), naval official
  6319. Q19043486 Hill, Richard (fl. 1508–1536), merchant
  6320. Q19043492 Hutchinson, Richard (b. 1597, d. in or before 1670), colonist in America and naval administrator
  6321. Q19043495 Richardson, Richard (1622/3–1689), Quaker administrator
  6322. Q19043499 Russell, Richard (1630–1693), diplomat and Roman Catholic bishop in Portugal
  6323. Q19043501 Starr, Richard Benjamin (1813–1892), building society promoter
  6324. Q19043505 Turner, Richard (1790–1846), temperance activist
  6325. Q19043508 Church of England clergyman and religious writer (fl. 1582–1612)
  6326. Q19043513 Angus, Robert (1835/6–1923), coal- and ironmaster
  6327. Q19043517 Bell, Robert (c.1760–1816), lawyer and jurist
  6328. Q19043518 Berki, Robert Nandor (1936–1991), political scientist
  6329. Q19043520 Dingley, Robert (bap. 1710, d. 1781), philanthropist
  6330. Q19043526 Richard B. Sher, ‘Poker Club (act. 1762–1784)’, first published
  6331. Q19043537 Morris, Robert (bap. 1701?, d. 1768), industrialist
  6332. Q19043538 Moulton, Robert (c.1591–1652), naval officer
  6333. Q19043546 Philip, Sir Robert William (1857–1939), physician and founder of tuberculosis dispensaries
  6334. Q19043549 Raper, Robert William (1842–1915), college teacher and founder of university careers service
  6335. Q19043555 Roberts, Robert Davies (1851–1911), adult educationist
  6336. Q19043559 Robison, Robert (1883–1941), biochemist
  6337. Q19043561 Katharine Simms, ‘Savage family (per. 1333–1519)’, first published
  6338. Q19043565 Steele, Robert (1791–1879), shipbuilder
  6339. Q19043571 Browne [Broun], Samuel (bap. 1611, d. 1665), printer
  6340. Q19043577 Hitch, Samuel (1800–1881), physician and specialist in the treatment of the insane
  6341. Q19043579 Melhuish, Sara (1861–1939), educationist
  6342. Q19043582 Heckford [née Goff], Sarah Maud (1839–1903), philanthropist, writer, and traveller
  6343. Q19043587 Stephenson, Sarah (1738–1802), Quaker minister and autobiographer
  6344. Q19043590 Harris, Sir Sidney West (1876–1962), civil servant and film censor
  6345. Q19043594 Fraser, Simon (1773–1852), editor of traditional music and composer
  6346. Q19043599 Bloom, Solomon [Sidney] (1921–2003), restaurateur
  6347. Q19043602 Wilks, Spencer Bernau (1891–1971), motor car manufacturer
  6348. Q19043607 Clayton, Sir Stanley George (1911–1986), obstetrician and gynaecologist
  6349. Q19043610 Bing, Stephen (bap. 1610, d. 1681), singer and music copyist
  6350. Q19043624 Keene, Theophilus (c.1680–1718), actor and theatre manager
  6351. Q19043627 Browne, Sir Thomas Henry (1787–1855), army officer
  6352. Q19043630 Chamberlain, Sir Thomas (c.1504–1580), diplomat and financial agent
  6353. Q19043634 Clark, Sir Thomas Fife (1907–1985), journalist and public relations expert
  6354. Q19043637 Peter Fleming, ‘Cobham family (per. c.1250–c.1530)’, first published
  6355. Q19043640 Danyell, Thomas (b. after 1488, d. 1566), administrator
  6356. Q19043644 S. I. Boardman, ‘Erskine family (per. c.1350–c.1450)’, first published
  6357. Q19043646 Fitch, Sir Thomas, first baronet (bap. 1637, d. 1688), building contractor
  6358. Q19043650 Gartside, Thomas Edmund [Tommy] (1857–1941), cotton spinner
  6359. Q19043652 Greenwood, Thomas (bap. 1752?, d. 1797), scene-painter
  6360. Q19043656 Hart, Thomas John (1907–1970), marine biologist
  6361. Q19043664 Rawlings [Rawlins], Thomas (c.1703–1767), musician and music copyist
  6362. Q19043670 J. H. Bettey, ‘Smyth family (per. c.1500–1680)’, first published
  6363. Q19043677 Toye, Thomas (1801–1870), minister of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland and revivalist preacher
  6364. Q19043680 Tyler, Thomas (1826–1902), theological and literary scholar
  6365. Q19043684 Wakley, Thomas Henry (1821–1907), journal editor and surgeon
  6366. Q19043688 Walcott, Thomas (c.1625–1683), conspirator
  6367. Q19043690 Wall, Thomas (1846–1930), sausage entrepreneur and philanthropist
  6368. Q19043693 Wallace, Thomas (1891–1965), agricultural chemist
  6369. Q19043697 Way, Thomas (1837–1915), printer
  6370. Q19043699 Whittaker, Thomas (1813–1899), temperance reformer
  6371. Q19043706 Corcoran, Timothy Joseph (1872–1943), Roman Catholic priest and educationist
  6372. Q19043708 Wright, Vincent (1937–1999), historian and political scientist
  6373. Q19043712 G. W. S. Barrow, ‘Stewart family (per. c.1110–c.1350)’, first published
  6374. Q19043714 Miller, Walter Richard Samuel (1872–1952), missionary
  6375. Q19043717 Stirling, Walter Francis (1880–1958), army officer
  6376. Q19043730 Averell, William (bap. 1556, d. 1605), pamphleteer
  6377. Q19043737 Blundell, William (1560–1638), antiquary
  6378. Q19043740 Braithwaite, William John (1875–1938), civil servant
  6379. Q19043742 Brattle, William (1706–1776), colonial politician and army officer in America
  6380. Q19043749 Chambers, William (1724?–1777), Church of England clergyman
  6381. Q19043756 Brian G. Awty, ‘Cotton family (per. c.1650–1802)’, first published
  6382. Q19043757 Wheeler, Sir William Ireland de Courcy (1879–1943), surgeon
  6383. Q19043762 Jan Broadway, ‘Dutton family (per. 1522–1743)’, first published
  6384. Q19043765 Elliott, William (1780/81–1853), maker of scientific instruments
  6385. Q19043766 Evans, William (1864–1934), grocer and soft drinks manufacturer
  6386. Q19043774 Grogan, William (1824–1891), estate agent
  6387. Q19043777 Hammond, William John (1797x9–1848), actor and theatre manager
  6388. Q19043782 Hancock, William Neilson (1820–1888), lawyer and economist
  6389. Q19043788 Hope, Sir William, first baronet (1664–1729), swordsman and writer
  6390. Q19043791 Kay, William Kilbourne (1856–1929), mail-order retailer
  6391. Q19043798 Page, William (bap. 1729, d. 1758), highwayman
  6392. Q19043802 Paterson, William Paterson (1860–1939), Church of Scotland minister and theologian
  6393. Q19043806 Paul, William (1822–1905), horticulturist
  6394. Q19043809 Rose, William (fl. 1693–1705), apothecary
  6395. Q19043814 Ross, William Henry (1862–1944), whisky distiller
  6396. Q19043816 Sanderson, William (1547/8–1638), merchant
  6397. Q19043821 Scully, William Francis John (1821–1906), land speculator
  6398. Q19043826 Stephenson, William Lawrence (1880–1963), retail executive
  6399. Q19043830 Stewart, William Arnold (1882–1953), exponent of modern technical education in the Middle East and painter
  6400. Q19043833 Thompson, William Marcus (1857–1907), journalist and barrister
  6401. Q19043836 Tulloch, William John (1887–1966), bacteriologist
  6402. Q19043847 Withers, William (bap. 1568, d. 1647), child prophet and Church of England clergyman
  6403. Q19043849 Wright, William Valentine (bap. 1826, d. 1877), soap manufacturer and wholesale druggist
  6404. Q19044164 skotsk handlare med järnvaror (1748-1826)
  6405. Q19050113 Manuel Antonio Ramírez (Buenos Aires, 1 de noviembre de 1911 - Posadas, 22 de noviembre de 1946) fue un poeta, escritor y periodista argentino que se desempeñó profesionalmente en la provincia de Misiones.
  6406. Q19050113 Manuel Antonio Ramírez (Buenos Aires, 1 de noviembre de 1911 - Posadas, 22 de noviembre de 1946) fue un poeta, escritor y periodista argentino que se desempeñó profesionalmente en la provincia de Misiones.
  6407. Q19118980 sculpteur belge (1866-1927)
  6408. Q19161427 Político argentino, gobernador de Santiago del Estero 1987-1991
  6409. Q19259518 Kunstmaler, der in Bremen lebte und wirkte (1842–1855)
  6410. Q19263089 1837–1890, országgyűlési képviselő, főrend, császári és királyi kamarás, utazó
  6411. Q19263316 1864–1946, magyar színésznő
  6412. Q19277811 político argentino, senador por Jujuy de 1924 a 1930
  6413. Q19279363 Bürgermeister von Mosbach (1924–1933)
  6414. Q19280837 svensk kyrkoherde (1809-1865)
  6415. Q19285186 zunächst katholischer, dann evangelischer Geistlicher und letzter Abt des Klosters Scharnebeck (1521–1529)
  6416. Q19306069 református lelkész (1760 k.–1821)
  6417. Q19324849 Cappel, Aaron (1560–1620), Reformed minister
  6418. Q19324855 Susanna Avery-Quash, ‘Byfield family (per. c.1814–1886)’, first published
  6419. Q19324856 Robertson, Ian Macbeth (1918–1992), poet and civil servant
  6420. Q19324857 Campbell [née Bellenden], Mary, of Mamore (bap. 1685, d. 1736), courtier
  6421. Q19324858 Fede, Innocenzo (1661?–1732), composer
  6422. Q19324860 Bentley, Derek William (1933–1953), victim of a miscarriage of justice
  6423. Q19324861 Colling, Mary Maria (1804–1853), poet and domestic servant
  6424. Q19324863 Dorislaus, Isaac (1595–1649), scholar and diplomat
  6425. Q19324864 Dunnell, Mary (fl. 1807–1813), evangelist
  6426. Q19324865 Evelyn [née Browne], Mary (c.1635–1709), correspondent
  6427. Q19324867 Guerden, Aaron (c.1602–1676?), physician and master of the mint
  6428. Q19324869 Forster, William (1784–1854), philanthropist and Quaker minister
  6429. Q19324870 Milles, Isaac (1638–1720), Church of England clergyman and schoolmaster
  6430. Q19324871 Port, Adam de (fl. 1161–1174), landowner
  6431. Q19324872 Gillies [née Rede; other married name Grimstone], Mary Leman (b. c.1800, d. in or after 1851), writer and social reformer
  6432. Q19324873 P. J. P. Goldberg, ‘Women in trade and industry in York (act. c.1300–c.1500)’, first published
  6433. Q19324875 Peter D. Anderson, ‘James V, mistresses and children of (act. c.1529–1592)’, first published
  6434. Q19324876 Lescher, Mary Adela [name in religion Mary of St Wilfrid] (1846–1927), college head
  6435. Q19324877 Duncan [née Clark], Isabelle Wight (1812–1878), author
  6436. Q19324879 Lloyd [née Honeychurch], Mary (1795–1865), slavery abolitionist
  6437. Q19324882 Beck, Adolf (1841–1909), businessman and victim of two miscarriages of justice
  6438. Q19324883 Lovel, Mary [née Jane Roper], Lady Lovel (c.1564–1628), founder of the English Carmelite convent at Antwerp
  6439. Q19324884 Daly, Ivan de Burgh (1893–1974), physiologist
  6440. Q19324886 Merrifield [née Watkins], Mary Philadelphia (1804–1889), writer on art and algologist
  6441. Q19324889 P. J. P. Goldberg, ‘Women in trade and industry in York (act. c.1300–c.1500)’, first published
  6442. Q19324891 Milner [née Compton], Mary (1797–1863), author
  6443. Q19324892 Arthur, James (1819–1885), clothing retailer and manufacturer
  6444. Q19324893 Dillon, Agnes Joseph Madeline [Una] (1903–1993), bookseller
  6445. Q19324895 Parker, Mary Ann (1765/6–1848), traveller
  6446. Q19324896 Barnes, James (bap. 1806, d. 1877), gardener
  6447. Q19324898 Percy, Lady Mary (c.1570–1642), abbess of the Convent of the Assumption of Our Blessed Lady, Brussels
  6448. Q19324899 Baverstock, James B. (1741–1815), brewer and radical
  6449. Q19324900 Hobart, George, third earl of Buckinghamshire (1731–1804), theatre manager and politician
  6450. Q19324902 Pordage, John (bap. 1607, d. 1681), religious leader and physician
  6451. Q19324903 Bowie, James Alexander (1888–1949), economist and educationist
  6452. Q19324904 Alexander, Alexander [Alick] (1849–1928), promoter of physical education
  6453. Q19324906 Brown, James (1815–1881), journalist and political reformer
  6454. Q19324907 Campbell, Alexander, of Fonab and Monzie (c.1660–1724), army officer
  6455. Q19324909 Saxby [née Howell], Mary (1738–1801), vagrant and memoirist
  6456. Q19324910 Brown, James (1921–1993), petroleum engineer
  6457. Q19324912 Smith, Mary (1822–1889), schoolmistress and radical
  6458. Q19324914 Brown, James Jackson (1882–1953), general practitioner and cricketer
  6459. Q19324913 Keith, Alexander (1895–1978), author and farmer
  6460. Q19324916 Wilson [née Cooke], Mary Anne (c.1795–c.1861), missionary
  6461. Q19324918 Buchanan, James (1784–1857), headmaster
  6462. Q19324917 Kinghorn, Alexander (fl. 1513–1529), diplomat
  6463. Q19324919 Stevenson, Sir Matthew (1910–1981), civil servant
  6464. Q19324920 Kleinwort, Alexander Frederick Henry [formerly Alexander Friedrich Heinrich] (1815–1886), merchant and merchant banker
  6465. Q19324921 Heaton, Clement (1824–1882), joint founder of a firm of stained-glass makers and architectural decorators
  6466. Q19324923 Barley, Maurice Willmore (1909–1991), archaeologist and local historian
  6467. Q19324925 MacGregor, Alexander (1806–1881), Church of Scotland minister and writer of Scottish Gaelic prose
  6468. Q19324926 Calvert, James (bap. 1631, d. 1698), nonconformist minister
  6469. Q19324927 MacDougal, Maurice [Mauritz Duwall] (1603–1655), army officer in the Swedish service
  6470. Q19324929 Campbell, James Duncan (1833–1907), customs official
  6471. Q19324928 Owen, Alexander (1851–1920), brass-band trainer
  6472. Q19324931 Jung, Meir Zvi (1858?–1921), rabbi
  6473. Q19324932 Paton, Alexander Allan (1874–1934), cotton merchant and broker
  6474. Q19324933 Crawfoot [Crowfoot, Crawford], James (1758?–1839), leader of the Magic Methodists
  6475. Q19324934 Perry [formerly Pery], Micaiah (bap. 1641, d. 1721), merchant
  6476. Q19324936 Pirie, Alexander George (1836–1904), paper manufacturer
  6477. Q19324937 Creighton, James (1739–1819), Wesleyan Methodist minister
  6478. Q19324938 Brennan, Michael [Mícheál] (1896–1986), Irish revolutionary and general
  6479. Q19324939 Redgrave, Alexander (1818–1894), factory inspector
  6480. Q19324940 Hector L. MacQueen, John Simmons, ‘Cunningham family (per. c.1340–1631)’, first published
  6481. Q19324941 Farrell, Michael James (1926–1975), economist
  6482. Q19324943 Roger, Sir Alexander Forbes Proctor (1878–1961), businessman and public servant
  6483. Q19324946 Henry, Michael (1830–1875), patent agent and newspaper editor
  6484. Q19324947 M. Ginsburg, ‘Simpson family (per. 1894–1990)’, first published
  6485. Q19324950 Hollings, Michael Richard (1921–1997), Roman Catholic priest
  6486. Q19324951 Skene, Alexander, of Newtyle (1621?–1694), local politician and author
  6487. Q19324952 Evans, James Harington (1785–1849), religious controversialist
  6488. Q19324954 Anthony Slaven, ‘Stephen family (per. 1750–1976)’, first published
  6489. Q19324955 Thomas, James Havard (1853–1921), sculptor and draughtsman
  6490. Q19324957 Lawrence, Penelope (1856–1932), a founder of Roedean School, Brighton
  6491. Q19324958 Herdman, James (1809–1901), flax-spinning mill proprietor
  6492. Q19324959 Roger L. Emerson, ‘Select Society (act. 1754–1764)’, first published
  6493. Q19324960 James, Minnie Stewart Rhodes (1865–1903), librarian and author
  6494. Q19324961 Hole, James (1819/20–1895), social reformer
  6495. Q19324962 Watt, Alexander Pollock (1838–1914), literary agent
  6496. Q19324964 John Dwyer, ‘Mirror Club (act. 1776–1787)’, first published
  6497. Q19324965 Eichholz, Alfred (1869–1933), medical inspector of schools
  6498. Q19324966 Holmes, James Headgoose (1861–1934), trade unionist
  6499. Q19324967 Cole, Monica Mary (1922–1994), geographer
  6500. Q19324968 Wagg, Alfred Ralph (1877–1969), merchant banker
  6501. Q19324969 Hope, James (1803–1882), lawyer and political agent
  6502. Q19324972 Caroline M. Barron, ‘Women traders and artisans in London (act. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  6503. Q19324974 Johnston, James (1819–1905), missionary and minister of the Presbyterian Church of England
  6504. Q19324975 Porter [née Seale], Dorothea Noelle Naomi [Thea] (1927–2000), fashion designer
  6505. Q19324976 Amherst [formerly Tyssen-Amherst], Alicia Margaret [married name Alicia Margaret Cecil, Lady Rockley] (1865–1941), garden historian
  6506. Q19324977 Kirkpatrick [Kilpatrick], James (1696–1770), physician
  6507. Q19324979 Manfield, Sir Moses Philip (1819–1899), shoe manufacturer and politician
  6508. Q19324980 Caroline M. Barron, ‘Women traders and artisans in London (act. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  6509. Q19324981 Laing, Sir James (1823–1901), shipbuilder
  6510. Q19324982 Reid, (Hugh) Alistair (1913–1983), epidemiologist and toxicologist
  6511. Q19324983 Muhammad Reza Khan (c.1717–1791), administrator of Bengal
  6512. Q19324985 Sonja Cameron, ‘Lindsay family of Barnweill, Crawford, and Glenesk (per. c.1250–c.1400)’, first published
  6513. Q19324986 Smith, Naomi Gwladys Royde- (1875–1964), literary editor and writer
  6514. Q19324987 Baker, (John Frederic) Allan (1903–1987), civil engineer
  6515. Q19324988 C. V. J. Griffiths, ‘Tolpuddle Martyrs (act. 1834–c.1845)’, first published
  6516. Q19324992 Ramsay, Allen Beville (1872–1955), Latin poet and college head
  6517. Q19324995 Bulley [married name Brooke], (Agnes) Amy (1852–1939), promoter of women's education and women's trade unionism
  6518. Q19324996 Lumsden, James (1778–1856), banker
  6519. Q19324998 S. I. Boardman, ‘Campbell family (per. c.1300–1453)’, first published
  6520. Q19324999 Barr, Andrew Greig (1872–1903), soft drinks manufacturer
  6521. Q19325002 Burn, Andrew Robert [Robin] (1902–1991), historian and classical scholar
  6522. Q19325003 Jonathan Brown, ‘Marshall family (per. 1848–1922)’, first published
  6523. Q19325007 Iain S. Black, ‘Martin family (per. c.1700–1832)’, first published
  6524. Q19325008 Doyle, Andrew (1809–1888), newspaper editor and civil servant
  6525. Q19325009 Bourne, Nicholas (b. in or before 1584, d. 1660), bookseller
  6526. Q19325012 Young, Andrew McLaren (1913–1975), art historian
  6527. Q19325014 Miller, Sir James (1905–1977), builder and local politician
  6528. Q19325015 Mearns, Andrew (1837–1925), Congregational minister and author
  6529. Q19325016 Jackson, Nicholas Lane [called Pa Jackson] (1849–1937), sports administrator
  6530. Q19325017 Miller, James Arthur (1855–1939), rugby administrator and schoolmaster
  6531. Q19325019 Norman, Andrew John [Andy] (1943–2007), athletics administrator and agent
  6532. Q19325021 Moore, James, junior (1675x80–1724), army officer and politician in America
  6533. Q19325022 Phillips, Andrew Kelvin [Andy] (1940–2004), lighting designer
  6534. Q19325023 Braden, (Dorothy Kathleen) Norah [Lise] (1901–2001), potter
  6535. Q19325024 Brigid Allen, ‘Morrell family (per. c.1790–1965)’, first published
  6536. Q19325026 Rutledge, Andrew (c.1709–1755), lawyer and politician in America
  6537. Q19325027 Hill, Oliver (b. 1630?, d. after 1702), theologian and government agent
  6538. Q19325028 Morrison, James (1802–1835), journalist and trade unionist
  6539. Q19325029 Stewart, Andrew (1907–1991), broadcasting executive
  6540. Q19325030 Thomas, Oliver (1599/1600–1652), nonconformist minister and author
  6541. Q19325031 Mounsey, James (1709/10–1773), physician and naturalist
  6542. Q19325033 Stuart [Stewart], Andrew [Anders] (c.1570–1640), army officer and diplomat in the Swedish service
  6543. Q19325034 Adams, Orion (1717?–1797), printer
  6544. Q19325035 Oswald, James (1703–1793), Church of Scotland minister and philosophical writer
  6545. Q19325036 Thompson, Andrew (1824?–1870), land agent and land commissioner
  6546. Q19325039 Pearson, Sir James Reginald (1897–1984), motor vehicle manufacturer
  6547. Q19325040 Simon Ville, ‘White family (per. 1795–1846)’, first published
  6548. Q19325041 Ransome, Robert Charles (1830–1886), agricultural engineer
  6549. Q19325043 Ruth Rhynas Brown, ‘Harrison family (per. 1715–c.1790)’, first published
  6550. Q19325045 Read, James (1777–1852), missionary in Cape Colony and political activist
  6551. Q19325047 Fraser, Simon (1773–1852), editor of traditional music and composer
  6552. Q19325049 G. E. Bentley jun., ‘Robinson family (per. 1764–1830)’, first published
  6553. Q19325050 John Purser, ‘MacArthur family (per. 1715–1839)’, first published
  6554. Q19325052 Robinson, James (1813–1862), dentist and anaesthetist
  6555. Q19325053 Williams, Owen Tudor (1916–1996), civil engineer
  6556. Q19325055 Russell, James (c.1720–1773), surgeon and natural philosopher
  6557. Q19325057 MacKay, Angus (1813–1859), collector and editor of highland bagpipe music
  6558. Q19325059 Ryan, James (c.1799–1875), tightrope walker and circus proprietor
  6559. Q19325061 Elliot, Ann (1743–1769), courtesan and actress
  6560. Q19325062 Shanks, Alexander (1801–1845), engineer and lawnmower manufacturer
  6561. Q19325063 Dun [Dune, Dunne], Patrick (bap. 1581, d. 1652), college head and benefactor
  6562. Q19325064 Smith, Ann (fl. 1682–1686), political activist
  6563. Q19325066 Smith, James (1680–1736), Church of Scotland minister
  6564. Q19325067 C. A. McGladdery, ‘Graham family (per. c.1250–1513)’, first published
  6565. Q19325068 Swaine, Ann Sykes (bap. 1821, d. 1883), suffragist and philanthropist
  6566. Q19325069 Stuart, James (1868–1942), magistrate and historian in South Africa
  6567. Q19325070 Keatley, Patrick Crawford (1920–2005), journalist
  6568. Q19325072 Ward, Ann (1715/16–1789), printer
  6569. Q19325073 Taylor, Sir James (1902–1994), mathematician and physicist
  6570. Q19325074 Maclean, Patrick (fl. 1538–1565), Roman Catholic bishop-elect of the Isles
  6571. Q19325075 Brett [née Mason], Anne [other married name Anne Gerard, countess of Macclesfield] (1667/8–1753), courtier
  6572. Q19325076 Thomson, James [Diego] (1788–1854), evangelist and school promoter
  6573. Q19325078 Bedingfeild [née Draper], Anne (1560–1641), theatre landlord and benefactor
  6574. Q19325079 Tobin, James Webbe (1767–1814), slavery abolitionist
  6575. Q19325081 Cumming, (Felicity) Anne (1917–1993), writer and sexual adventurer
  6576. Q19325082 Somer, Paul van (fl. 1670–1694), etcher and engraver
  6577. Q19325083 Vincent, Richard (1697x1701?–1783), musician
  6578. Q19325084 Henry Summerson, ‘Servants of Samuel Pepys (act. 1658–1703)’, first published
  6579. Q19325087 Wallack, James William (1795–1864), actor
  6580. Q19325088 Kathryn Faulkner, ‘Beauchamp, de, family (per. c.1080–c.1265)’, first published
  6581. Q19325089 Eyre [née Aldersey], Anne (1612/13–1681), account keeper
  6582. Q19325090 Weir, James (1842/3–1920), engineer and inventor
  6583. Q19325092 Fisher [married name Slack], Anne (1719–1778), writer on education
  6584. Q19325093 White, James (bap. 1824, d. 1884), maker of scientific instruments
  6585. Q19325095 Hunting, Sir Percy Llewellyn (1885–1973), shipping and aviation entrepreneur
  6586. Q19325096 King, Anne [married names Anne Dutton; Anne Howe, Lady Howe] (b. in or before 1621, d. 1684x1701), poet and literary muse
  6587. Q19325097 Wilson, James (1690–1771), biographer
  6588. Q19325098 Stocks, Percy (1889–1974), physician and medical statistician
  6589. Q19325099 J. C. B. Cooksey, ‘Nasmyth family (per. 1788–1884)’, first published
  6590. Q19325100 Baird, John (1788–1820), radical
  6591. Q19325103 Pennington, Anne Elizabeth (1934–1981), Slavonic philologist
  6592. Q19325102 Pero [known as William Jones, Pero Jones] (1752/3–1798), slave and personal servant
  6593. Q19325104 Wilson, James (fl. 1819–1820), astrologer
  6594. Q19325105 Alexander, Peter (1893–1969), literary editor and scholar
  6595. Q19325106 Fish, (Harriet) Annie [Anne] (1890–1964), cartoonist and illustrator
  6596. Q19325107 Aukland, Jane Munday (bap. 1836, d. 1925), temperance campaigner
  6597. Q19325109 Anderson, John (1798–1839), genealogist and writer to the signet
  6598. Q19325110 Browne, Annie Leigh (1851–1936), educationist and suffragist
  6599. Q19325113 Le Texier, Anthony A. (c.1737–1814), monologuist and theatre manager
  6600. Q19325114 Henry Summerson, ‘Dacre family (per. 1542–1716)’, first published
  6601. Q19325117 Johnson [née Russell], Jane (1706–1759), writer
  6602. Q19325118 Walker, Anthony (bap. 1622, d. 1692), clergyman
  6603. Q19325119 Turnor, Philip (1750/51–1799/1800), land surveyor and map maker
  6604. Q19325121 Smith, Antony John (1934–2008), medical journalist
  6605. Q19325122 Green, Sir Peter James Frederick (1924–1996), insurance underwriter
  6606. Q19325124 Poitier [married names Vernon, Thompson], Jane Henrietta (b. 1736, d. in or after 1788), singer and dancer
  6607. Q19325127 Whately, (Elizabeth) Jane (1822–1893), religious author
  6608. Q19325128 Campbell, Archibald (1877–1963), editor of highland bagpipe music and lawyer
  6609. Q19325130 Rylands, Sir (William) Peter, baronet (1868–1948), wire manufacturer
  6610. Q19325133 Stubs, Peter (1756–1806), toolmaker and innkeeper
  6611. Q19325134 Marche, Jean de la (1585–1651), Reformed minister
  6612. Q19325135 Savage, Sir Arnold [Arnald] (1358–1410), administrator and speaker of the House of Commons
  6613. Q19325136 Townsend, Peter (1919–2006), Sinologist and art magazine editor
  6614. Q19325138 Martin Myrone, ‘Boydell, John, engravers (act. 1760–1804)’, first published
  6615. Q19325139 Carr, Arthur (1855–1947), biscuit manufacturer
  6616. Q19325141 Scott, Jean [Janet], Lady Ferniehirst (b. c.1548, d. after 1593), landowner
  6617. Q19325142 Maxwell, Sir Arthur (1875–1935), banker and army officer
  6618. Q19325144 Joy Rowe, ‘Burwell family (per. c.1500–1684)’, first published
  6619. Q19325145 Blyth, Phoebe (1816–1898), educationist and philanthropist
  6620. Q19325146 Wigan, Arthur Ladbroke (bap. 1785, d. 1847), general practitioner and writer
  6621. Q19325147 Roberts, R. (c.1728–1788), translator and sermon writer
  6622. Q19325149 Longmate, Barak (1737/8–1793), genealogical editor and heraldic engraver
  6623. Q19325151 Scott [née Cook], Rachel Susan (1848–1905), educationist and journalist
  6624. Q19325152 Foot, Jesse (1744–1826), surgeon and biographer
  6625. Q19325153 Yeaxlee, Basil Alfred (1883–1967), educationist
  6626. Q19325154 Macfarlane [married name Brodie], Jessie (1843–1871), preacher
  6627. Q19325155 Wilson [née Wilson], Rachel (1720–1775), Quaker minister
  6628. Q19325156 Leon, Jack de (1902–1956), theatre manager and impresario
  6629. Q19325159 Faye Getz, ‘Women medical practitioners in England (act. c.1200–c.1475)’, first published
  6630. Q19325160 Jan Broadway, ‘Dutton family (per. 1522–1743)’, first published
  6631. Q19325161 Lemere, (Henry) Bedford (1865–1944), architectural photographer
  6632. Q19325162 Michael Hicks, ‘Willoughby family (per. c.1300–1523)’, first published
  6633. Q19325165 Davis, Belle (b. 1874, d. in or after 1938), dancer and singer
  6634. Q19325169 Michael Hicks, ‘Willoughby family (per. c.1300–1523)’, first published
  6635. Q19325170 MacDhomnuill, Raonuill [Ranald MacDonald; called Raonuill Dubh] (b. 1728, d. after 1807), folklorist
  6636. Q19325173 Johannes (fl. c.1400–c.1420), manuscript artist
  6637. Q19325175 Shaw, Benjamin Howard (1865–1942), politician
  6638. Q19325174 Franklin, Mary (1800–1867), schoolmistress
  6639. Q19325176 Smith, Reginald Donald (1914–1985), radio producer
  6640. Q19325177 Bernard [Bernard the Scribe] (fl. 1123–1130), administrator
  6641. Q19325178 Anderson, Sir John (1852–1924), merchant
  6642. Q19325181 Coombes, Bert Lewis [formerly Bertie Louis Coombs Griffiths] (1893–1974), coalminer and author
  6643. Q19325183 Williams, (Thomas) Rhondda (1860–1945), Congregational minister
  6644. Q19325185 Johnston, Sir Alexander (1905–1994), public servant
  6645. Q19325187 Brown, Richard (1736–1816), stonemason and manufacturer of decorative stone
  6646. Q19325189 English gentry (c.1500–1557)
  6647. Q19325192 Barber, John Norman Romney (1919–2004), motor industry executive
  6648. Q19325194 Collier [Collyer], Richard (1480x85?–1533), mercer and benefactor
  6649. Q19325197 Peter Fleming, ‘Culpeper family (per. c.1400–c.1540)’, first published
  6650. Q19325199 John C. Bartholomew, K. L. Winch, ‘Bartholomew family (per. 1805–1986)’, first published
  6651. Q19325200 Biggs, Caroline Ashurst (1840–1889), novelist and campaigner for women's suffrage
  6652. Q19325201 Fenton, Richard (1761/2–1815), gun maker and radical
  6653. Q19325203 Bell, John (1735–1806), bookseller
  6654. Q19325204 Lintot [Lintott], (Barnaby) Bernard (1675–1736), bookseller
  6655. Q19325208 McLean [married name Beaton], Catherine [Kate] (1879–1960), trade unionist
  6656. Q19325207 Bell, Thomas (1785–1860), land surveyor and book collector
  6657. Q19325209 Hoare, Sir Richard (1648–1719), banker
  6658. Q19325211 Hughes, Richard (c.1565–1619), poet and courtier
  6659. Q19325212 Abel, Charles William (1862–1930), missionary
  6660. Q19325215 Bennett, John (c.1550–1625), Jesuit
  6661. Q19325216 Bartlett, Sir Charles John (1889–1955), motor vehicle manufacturer
  6662. Q19325217 Belling, Charles Reginald (1884–1965), electrical engineer and manufacturer
  6663. Q19325218 Briscoe, John Potter (1848–1926), librarian
  6664. Q19325219 Bromby, Charles Henry (1814–1907), bishop of Tasmania
  6665. Q19325220 Bromley, John Edward (1934–2002), journalist and broadcasting executive
  6666. Q19325221 Calvert, Charles (1785–1852), landscape painter
  6667. Q19325222 Brophy, John (1899–1965), journalist and novelist
  6668. Q19325223 Jodrell, Richard Paul (1745–1831), classical scholar and playwright
  6669. Q19325225 Cooke, John (1730/31–1810), publisher
  6670. Q19325226 Juggins [Jugins], Richard (1843–1895), trade unionist
  6671. Q19325227 Brown, John (1749–1787), miniature painter and draughtsman
  6672. Q19325228 Spagnoletti, Charles Ernest Paolo della Diana (1832–1915), electrical inventor
  6673. Q19325229 Michael T. Davis, ‘London Corresponding Society (act. 1792–1799)’, first published
  6674. Q19325232 Brown, John (bap. 1756?, d. 1816), military engineer and artist
  6675. Q19325233 Early, Charles (1824–1912), blanket manufacturer
  6676. Q19325234 R. Protheroe Jones, ‘Nevill family (per. c.1793–1973)’, first published
  6677. Q19325235 Bullar, John (1778–1864), schoolmaster and campaigner for liberal causes
  6678. Q19325236 Ford, Charles Bell (1784–1860), insurance company manager
  6679. Q19325239 Bunting, John (1839–1923), sharebroker and cotton spinner
  6680. Q19325240 Plumleigh, Sir Richard (b. 1595/6, d. in or after 1636), naval officer
  6681. Q19325241 Henry, William (1774–1836), chemist
  6682. Q19325243 Mary Wolffe, ‘Reynell family (per. 1540–1735)’, first published
  6683. Q19325246 Carter, Sir John Gregorio (1919–2005), lawyer and diplomatist
  6684. Q19325248 Schilling, Richard Selwyn Francis (1911–1997), biochemist and occupational physician
  6685. Q19325247 Hughes, Charles (1746/7–1797), equestrian and circus proprietor
  6686. Q19325249 Casson, John (1909–1999), naval officer and management consultant
  6687. Q19325251 Incledon, Charles (bap. 1763, d. 1826), singer
  6688. Q19325252 Staper, Richard (c.1540–1608), merchant
  6689. Q19325254 Cheny, John (fl. 1727–1750), writer on horse-racing
  6690. Q19325256 Sudell, Richard (1892–1968), landscape architect and author
  6691. Q19325255 John Purser, ‘MacArthur family (per. 1715–1839)’, first published
  6692. Q19325257 Cheyne, Sir John (c.1390–1468), Lollard and rebel
  6693. Q19325258 Simon Ville, ‘White family (per. 1795–1846)’, first published
  6694. Q19325259 Reed, Sir Charles (1819–1881), educationist
  6695. Q19325261 Church, John Edward [Joe] (1899–1989), missionary and physician
  6696. Q19325262 Adam, Robert Moyes (1885–1967), photographer and botanist
  6697. Q19325263 Sitch, Charles Henry (1887–1960), trade unionist and politician
  6698. Q19325264 Clarke, John (b. in or before 1596, d. 1658), schoolmaster
  6699. Q19325265 Allan, Thomas (1777–1833), mineralogist
  6700. Q19325267 Trimnell, Charles (bap. 1663, d. 1723), bishop of Winchester
  6701. Q19325268 Closterman, John (1660–1711), history and portrait painter
  6702. Q19325269 Andrews, Robert (1703–1763), lawyer and property developer
  6703. Q19325270 Upton, Charles Barnes (1831–1920), Unitarian minister and tutor
  6704. Q19325272 Clutton, John (1809–1896), surveyor
  6705. Q19325273 Andrews, Robert (1725–1806), landowner and subject of a painting by Thomas Gainsborough
  6706. Q19325274 Kennedy, Marion Grace (1836–1914), classical scholar
  6707. Q19325275 Conant, John (1608–1694), college head
  6708. Q19325276 Anstruther, Sir Robert (1578–1644/5?), diplomat and politician
  6709. Q19325277 West, Charlotte (fl. 1787–1821), writer
  6710. Q19325279 Cook, John Manuel (1910–1994), classical archaeologist
  6711. Q19325280 Barclay, Robert (1611/12–1682), Roman Catholic priest and college head
  6712. Q19325281 Rassam, Hormuzd (1826–1910), archaeologist and civil servant
  6713. Q19325282 Cooper, John (1833/4–1920), animal trainer
  6714. Q19325283 Benson, Robert Henry [Robin] (1850–1929), merchant banker and art collector
  6715. Q19325285 Shaw, Christian (b. c.1685, d. in or after 1737), witch accuser and thread manufacturer
  6716. Q19325286 Corbet [Corbett], John (1609–1670), politician and judge
  6717. Q19325287 Roland J. Tanner, ‘Boyd family (per. c.1300–c.1480)’, first published
  6718. Q19325288 Willes [married name Hodges], Christiana (bap. 1786, d. 1873), pioneer of round-arm bowling in cricket
  6719. Q19325290 Bradlaw, Sir Robert Vivian (1905–1992), dentist
  6720. Q19325292 Hopper, Christopher (1722–1802), Methodist preacher
  6721. Q19325294 Cremer, John [nicknamed Rambling Jack] (1700–1774), merchant navy officer and author
  6722. Q19325295 Maling, Christopher Thompson (1824–1901), pottery manufacturer
  6723. Q19325297 Buchanan, Robert Ogilvie (1894–1980), geographer
  6724. Q19325298 Nugent, Christopher Robert (1852?–1926), banker
  6725. Q19325299 Peter Fleming, ‘Culpeper family (per. c.1400–c.1540)’, first published
  6726. Q19325301 Cragg, Robert (fl. 1682–1689), conspirator and rebel
  6727. Q19325302 Parker, Christopher Comyns (1774–1843), land agent and landowner
  6728. Q19325305 Hector L. MacQueen, John Simmons, ‘Cunningham family (per. c.1340–1631)’, first published
  6729. Q19325307 Robinson, Christopher (1712–1787), judge
  6730. Q19325306 Deane, John (bap. 1685, d. 1761), naval officer in the Russian service and spy
  6731. Q19325308 Day, Robert (1746–1841), politician and judge
  6732. Q19325309 Dennis, John Henry Cawsey (1871–1939), engineer and motor vehicle manufacturer
  6733. Q19325310 Thomas, Christopher James (1807–1894), soap boiler
  6734. Q19325312 Nigel Saul, ‘Sackville family (per. c.1066–c.1477)’, first published
  6735. Q19325313 Dundas, John (fl. 1698–1731), lawyer
  6736. Q19325315 Fland [Flanders], Robert (fl. 1335–1370), logician
  6737. Q19325318 Deniz, Francisco Antonio [Frank] (1912–2005), guitarist and bandleader
  6738. Q19325321 Michael S. Moss, ‘Fison family (per. c.1750–1985)’, first published
  6739. Q19325322 Foster, Robert (1754–1827), naval officer and benefactor
  6740. Q19325324 Christopher Starr, ‘Fitzwalter family (per. c.1200–c.1500)’, first published
  6741. Q19325325 S. I. Boardman, ‘Campbell family (per. c.1300–1453)’, first published
  6742. Q19325326 Godson, Robert (fl. 1696–1697), writer on astrology
  6743. Q19325328 Mardall, Cyril Leonard Sjöström (1909–1994), architect
  6744. Q19325330 Harding, Sir Robert Palmer (1821–1893), accountant
  6745. Q19325332 Thomas, Sir Dalby (c.1650–1711), merchant and writer
  6746. Q19325335 Elizabeth Ewan, ‘Forrester family (per. c.1360–c.1450)’, first published
  6747. Q19325334 Arthur, Sir Daniel (1620s?–1705), banker
  6748. Q19325338 Fraser, John (1794–1879), Chartist and publisher
  6749. Q19325339 Beaufort, Daniel Augustus (1739–1821), Church of Ireland clergyman and cartographer
  6750. Q19325340 Iain F. Russell, ‘McAlpine family (per. c.1870–1967)’, first published
  6751. Q19325341 Freeman, John (c.1560–1596), divine
  6752. Q19325342 Lizars, William Home (1788–1859), painter and engraver
  6753. Q19325344 Minnitt, Robert James (1889–1974), anaesthetist and general practitioner
  6754. Q19325345 Perreau, Robert (c.1734–1776), apothecary and forger
  6755. Q19325346 Garnett, John (1707/8–1782), Church of Ireland bishop of Clogher
  6756. Q19325347 Morgan, Robert (bap. 1708, d. 1778), ironmaster
  6757. Q19325348 Buchan, David Duncan (1939–1994), folklorist
  6758. Q19325351 Peter McNiven, ‘Neville family (per. c.1267–1426)’, first published
  6759. Q19325353 Goodman, John (bap. 1592, d. 1645), Roman Catholic priest
  6760. Q19325354 Parry, Robert Williams [pseud. Bardd yr Haf] (1884–1956), Welsh-language poet
  6761. Q19325355 Hall, David (1683–1756), schoolmaster and Quaker minister
  6762. Q19325357 Rawlings [Rawlins], Thomas (c.1703–1767), musician and music copyist
  6763. Q19325358 Holmes, David (1843–1906), trade unionist
  6764. Q19325359 Grant, John Peter, of Rothiemurchus (1885–1963), promoter of highland bagpiping
  6765. Q19325361 Reid, Sir Robert Basil (1921–1993), railway manager
  6766. Q19325362 Humphreys, David (bap. 1843, d. 1930), Roman Catholic priest and campaigner for social rights
  6767. Q19325364 Graves, John James (1832–1903), schoolmaster and advocate of teachers' associations
  6768. Q19325366 Jones, David (1699–1775), politician and jurist in America
  6769. Q19325368 Scott, Robert (b. in or before 1632, d. 1709/10), bookseller
  6770. Q19325369 Kerr, David Allan (1945–2008), theologian and scholar of Islam
  6771. Q19325370 Griffith, John (1713–1776), Quaker minister
  6772. Q19325372 Sonja Cameron, ‘Lindsay family of Barnweill, Crawford, and Glenesk (per. c.1250–c.1400)’, first published
  6773. Q19325373 Harding, John (bap. 1601, d. 1665), alchemist and translator
  6774. Q19325374 Peter D. Anderson, ‘James V, mistresses and children of (act. c.1529–1592)’, first published
  6775. Q19325377 Ruth Rhynas Brown, ‘Harrison family (per. 1715–c.1790)’, first published
  6776. Q19325379 McArthur, David Charteris (1808–1887), banker
  6777. Q19325380 Harrison, John (fl. 1762–1781), purser in the Royal Navy
  6778. Q19325382 Wells, Robert (1727/8–1794), printer and bookseller
  6779. Q19325383 Morgan, David Thomas (c.1695–1746), Jacobite campaigner
  6780. Q19325385 Welsh, Robert (b. in or before 1506, d. 1549), priest and rebel
  6781. Q19325386 Murray, David (1842–1928), lawyer and antiquary
  6782. Q19325387 Harrison, John Vernon (1892–1972), geologist and explorer
  6783. Q19325390 Murray, David Leslie (1888–1962), writer and newspaper editor
  6784. Q19325391 Hart, John (c.1690–1740), army officer and colonial governor
  6785. Q19325392 Wilson, Robert (1787–1871), traveller and antiquary
  6786. Q19325395 Susanna Wade Martins, ‘Hastings family (per. 1759–1907)’, first published
  6787. Q19325396 Wood, Robert Henry (1903–1979), broadcasting engineer
  6788. Q19325398 Taylor, David (1715–1783), evangelist and preacher
  6789. Q19325400 Woodford [Woodforde], Robert (1606–1654), lawyer and diarist
  6790. Q19325401 Thomas, David (1880–1967), educationist and socialist
  6791. Q19325402 Heath, John Benjamin (1790–1879), merchant and banker
  6792. Q19325403 Peter Fleming, ‘Savage family (per. c.1280–c.1420)’, first published
  6793. Q19325404 Thomson, David Couper (1861–1954), newspaper proprietor
  6794. Q19325405 Hedley, John Cuthbert (1837–1915), Roman Catholic bishop of Newport and Benedictine monk
  6795. Q19325407 Parker, Ronald William (1909–1996), accountant and manager of nationalized industries
  6796. Q19325408 Webster, David James (1931–2003), television producer and broadcasting executive
  6797. Q19325409 Heigham, Sir John (1540–1626), landowner
  6798. Q19325410 MacDonnell [née O'Neill], Rose, marchioness of Antrim (1631–1695), noblewoman
  6799. Q19325411 Yale, Thomas (1525/6–1577), civil lawyer
  6800. Q19325414 Davies, Rosina (1863–1949), evangelist
  6801. Q19325415 Williams, Sir Dawson (1854–1928), medical editor
  6802. Q19325417 Herdman, James (1809–1901), flax-spinning mill proprietor
  6803. Q19325418 Taylor, (Robert Murray) Ross (1932–2003), surgeon
  6804. Q19325419 Pearson, Sir (James) Denning (1908–1992), engineer and businessman
  6805. Q19325421 Hood, John (c.1721–1784), land surveyor
  6806. Q19325423 Jones, Dilys Lloyd Glynne [née Dilys Lloyd Davies] (1857–1932), educationist
  6807. Q19325428 Evans, Rudolph Bayfield [Rudy; performing name André de Dakar] (1897–1987), singer, actor, and entrepreneur
  6808. Q19325429 Howell, John (1670/71–1708), singer
  6809. Q19325430 Beaton, Donald (1802–1863), gardener
  6810. Q19325432 Bannister, James (1758/9–1836), circus proprietor
  6811. Q19325433 Hughes, John (c.1816–1889), ironmaster and engineer
  6812. Q19325434 Cameron, Donald (c.1810–1868), highland bagpipe player and teacher
  6813. Q19325435 Daiches, Salis (1880–1945), rabbi and author
  6814. Q19325436 Huske, John (1692?–1761), army officer
  6815. Q19325437 Macfarlane, Donald (1834–1926), Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland minister
  6816. Q19325441 Sadler, Donald Harry (1908–1987), mathematician and astronomer
  6817. Q19325442 Carter, Samuel (bap. 1641, d. 1713), law reporter and legal writer
  6818. Q19325443 Jackson, John (1881–1952), classical scholar
  6819. Q19325445 Middleton [née Butler], Dorothy (1909–1999), geographer and writer
  6820. Q19325446 Charters, Samuel (1742–1825), Church of Scotland minister
  6821. Q19325449 Clarke, Samue