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  1. Maurice Dauglish (1867–1922), English first-class cricketer Augustus de Bourbel (1835–1917), English first-class cricketer [198] Harry de Paravicini (1859–1942), English first-class cricketer [712]

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  3. John Foster (1798–1879) was the founder of Black Dyke Mills. Walter C. Foster – (1887–1929) artist who studied at the Royal College of Art. His work was exhibited at Cartwright Hall between 1911 and 1919. Born in Bingley. Alfred Fowler, CBE FRS (22 March 1868 – 24 June 1940) was an English astronomer. Born in Wilsden.

  4. Jul 02, 2015 · 2010. William Eyssautier, Infrastructure - 2017. Richard Garner, Philosophy - 11 June 2011. Stephen James Hamilton, Music - May 2012. Donald Hartley, Combined Studies - March 2017

  5. Sir — I note that the Daily Drone uses the four-letter F word quite a lot but I’ve excused that as locker room boisterousness. Now, though, your diarist employs the O word in a snide little piece (the diary item, not the Today programme presenter) about Mishal Husain. Shame on you! I am cancelling my subscription. HERMIONE RAMBLESHANKS (Miss)

  6. He lives in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, with his wife Barbara, the former Labour Member of Parliament for Stevenage. Between them they have five children, six grandchildren and two Labradors. Gruppe in 12th-century Vereinigtes königreich großbritannien und nordirland, the narrative concerns the building of a cathedral in the fictional town of ...

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