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  1. www.angelfire.com › realm › gothaTownshend - Angelfire

    08/05/2021 · 9e) Harriet Katherine (29 Nov 1773-24 Aug 1814); m.24 Mar 1795 Charles William Henry Montagu Scott, 4 th Duke of Buccleuch & Queensberry (24 May 1772-20 Apr 1819) 10e) Sophia Charlotte, d.an infant . 11e) William Augustus (10 Mar 1776-3 Jul 1816) 12e) Sir Horatio George Powys (6 Feb 1780-25 May 1843) 2d) Charles (1734-d.young)

  2. Kathleen Jessie Raine CBE (14 June 1908 – 6 July 2003) was a British poet, critic and scholar, writing in particular on William Blake, W. B. Yeats and Thomas Taylor.

  3. Lord Durham was twice married. He fell in love with Harriet, the illegitimate daughter of the Earl of Cholmondeley, but then aged under 21 and refused the required permission by his guardians to marry her, they married at Gretna Green on 1 January 1812, then in an Anglican ceremony at her father's estate of Malpas, Cheshire, on 28 January that year.

  4. Harriet Claridge ... art department assistant (8 episodes, 2017) Oliver Dance ... prop storeman (8 episodes, 2017) Laurent Ferrie ... drapes master (8 episodes, 2017) James Gemmill ... scenic artist (8 episodes, 2017) Sam Lorimer ... construction manager (8 episodes, 2017) Rob MacPherson ...

  5. This blog presents the ancestors of the heirs of the leading families of Europe. These overviews represent the changing character of these families regarding marriage policy and show on one hand the close connections between those families but on the other hand the ability to absorb new influences while maintaining continuity. The texts are mainly in Dutch, later I will change it to English ...

  6. Harriet Lipkin – Registered Mediator. Participates in CMC's Fixed Fee Scheme . Civil & Commercial Mediation, Workplace Mediation. School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester Williamson Building, Oxford Road Manchester M13 9PL. Harriet Lipkin 07718 976558 harrietmediator@gmail.com www.harrietmediator.com

  7. Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (ur.30 listopada 1874 w Blenheim Palace, zm. 24 stycznia 1965 w Londynie) – brytyjski polityk, mąż stanu, mówca, strateg, pisarz i historyk, malarz, dwukrotny premier Zjednoczonego Królestwa, laureat literackiej Nagrody Nobla, honorowy obywatel Stanów Zjednoczonych.