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  1. Thomas Patrick John Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield (25 April 1939 – 11 November 2005) was an English photographer from the Anson family.He inherited the Earldom of Lichfield in 1960 from his paternal grandfather.

  2. Thomas Patrick John Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield (1939–2005) Thomas William Robert Hugh Anson, 6th Earl of Lichfield (b. 1978) m. Lady Henrietta Conyngham, daughter of Henry Conyngham, 8th Marquess Conyngham. The heir apparent is the present holder's son, Thomas Ossian Patrick Wolfe Anson, Viscount Anson (b. 2011). See also. Duke of Richmond

  3. 14/08/2020 · Clodaugh Anson (1902-1992), Granddaughter of Thomas George, 2nd Earl of Lichfield. 4 Portraits. Sir George Anson (1769-1849), General and politician; MP for Lichfield. 1 Portrait. George Anson (1797-1857), General. 3 Portraits. Harold Anson (1867-1954), Master of the Temple and Canon of Southwark. 11 Portraits

  4. Anson, Thomas William, (1795-1854), 1st Earl of Lichfield Arles-Dufour, Francois Barthelemy, (1797-1872), silk merchant and free trader exponent France Arnell, Jack, (1913-2000), restorer of Roma caravans Coolham, Sussex

  5. 20/05/2018 · A Jew—an agent of Rothschild, who was at Ghent when news was brought to Louis XVIII. of the defeat of the French army, drew his own conclusions from the king’s happy face which he saw through a window—set off at once for London and did his little business on the Stock Exchange a few hours before Percy reached the metropolis. 5th son of Algernon, 1st Earl of Beverley, by Isabella, 2nd dau ...

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  7. Macclesfield, George Parker, Earl of, 1697?-1764 ¶ Parker, George, Earl of Macclesfield; en.wikipedia; Remarks upon the solar and the lunar years, the cycle of 19 years, commonly called the golden number, the epact, and a method of finding the time of Easter, as it is now observed in most parts of Europe (English) (as Author)