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  1. John Chichester Professor Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts Expertise: Production Design Feature Films; Production Design TV Media Contact » Speaker Requests » Office Location: Chapman Studios West 142 Phone: (714) 516-5451 Email: chichest@chapman.edu Website: http://johnchichester.com Education:

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  2. Sir John Chichester (1519/20-1569) of Raleigh in the parish of Pilton, near Barnstaple in North Devon, was a leading member of the Devonshire gentry, a naval captain, and ardent Protestant who served as Sheriff of Devon in 1550-1551, and as Knight of the Shire for Devon in 1547, April 1554, and 1563, and as Member of Parliament for Barnstaple in 1559, over which borough his lordship of the manor of Raleigh, Pilton had considerable influence.

  3. John Hansford Chichester (born August 26, 1937) was the President Pro Tempore of the Virginia Senate. He represented the 28th district in the Senate from 1978 to 2007. Biography. Chichester first entered the Virginia Senate by winning a special election necessitated by the death of Paul Manns.

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  4. Sir John Chichester, 1st Baronet, of Arlington Court (c. 1794–1851), English Whig and Liberal politician John Chichester (American politician) (born 1937), American politician in Virginia Lord John Chichester (1811–1873), Anglo-Irish Member of Parliament John Chichester (d.1669) of Hall (1598–1669), Member of Parliament for Lostwithiel in Cornwall

  5. crew.n.nu › chichesterJohn Chichester

    John Chichester John , a cousin of round-the-world yachtsman, Sir Francis Chichester, previously played lead guitar in Gold (1968) then the Bradford band, Siren, prior to guitar and vocals in Crew . The original Siren 6-piece consisted of: Kevin Coyne (vocals, harmonica), Dave Clague (bass), Nick Cudworth (piano), John Chichester (lead guitar), Dave Gibbons (guitar) and Tat Meager (drums).

  6. Sir John Chichester (died 31 March 1586) lord of the manor of Raleigh in the parish of Pilton, near Barnstaple, North Devon, was Sheriff of Devon in 1576/7 [1] and/or in 1585 [2] and died of gaol fever contracted whilst acting as a magistrate at the Lent Black Assizes of Exeter in 1586. Contents 1 Origins 2 Marriage and children 3 Death

  7. Sir John III Chichester (1598 – 24 September 1669) of Hall was Member of Parliament for Lostwithiel in Cornwall in 1624. Contents 1 Origins 2 Education 3 Career 4 Marriages and children 5 Death and burial 6 Mural monument 6.1 Quarterings 7 Sources 8 Further reading 9 References Origins [ edit] Chichester was baptised on 10 December 1598.

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