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  1. Hamelin de Warenne, Earl of Surrey (c. 1130 – 7 May 1202) (alias Hamelin of Anjou and, anachronistically, Hamelin Plantagenet), was an Anglo-Angevin nobleman, being an elder half-brother of the first Plantagenet English monarch King Henry II

  2. Aldous Leonard Huxley /ˈɒldəs ˈlɛnəd ˈhʌksli/ (Godalming, Surrey, 26 de julio de 1894-Los Ángeles, 22 de noviembre de 1963) fue un escritor y filósofo británico que emigró a los Estados Unidos.

  3. He granted Maud, and the Earl of Surrey, along with any other person that they may bring forward in their causes, protection pending the suits. John wished to be divorced from his wife Joan, and tried to bring the suit at the same time as Maud, because he claimed that at the time he agreed to marry her, he was unaware they were related.

  4. › wiki › RichmondRichmond - Wikipedia

    Municipal Borough of Richmond (Surrey) (1890 to 1965) Richmond (Surrey) (UK Parliament constituency), 1918–1983; Richmond, North Yorkshire, a market town and the administrative centre of the district of Richmondshire Richmond Castle in Richmond, North Yorkshire; Honour of Richmond, an English feudal barony in north-west Yorkshire

  5. › wiki › HaslemereHaslemere - Wikipedia

    The south western corner of Surrey is thought to have been sparsely populated in the 11th century, but it is possible that some of the mills listed under the entry for Farnham, were located on the Wey in the Shottermill area. The first indication of a settlement at Haslemere is from 1180, when there is a record of a "Chapel of Piperham".

  6. 16/09/2021 · Date/Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment; current: 19:15, 26 September 2010: 1,425 × 1,081 (1.93 MB): Nilfanion (talk | contribs) {{Information |Description=Map of Surrey, UK with the following information shown: *Administrative borders *Coastline, lakes and rivers *Roads and railways *Urban areas Equirectangular map projection on WGS 84 datum, with N/S stretched 160%

  7. Normandy is a civil parish Guildford in Surrey, England and the name of the largest village in that parish. Almost surrounded by its hill ranges, Normandy is in the plain west of Guildford, straddles the A323 'Aldershot Road' and is north of the narrowest part the North Downs known as the Hog's Back which carries a dual carriageway.