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William Bedford

(1781—1852)


'William Bedford' can also refer to...

William Bedford (c. 1764—1827) naval officer

William Kirkpatrick Riland Bedford (1826—1905) antiquary and genealogist

BEDFORD, William Campbell Riland (1852 - 1922)

Bedford, William (?1781–1852)

Bedford, William (1764?-1827), naval officer

Bedford's Victorian Pilgrim: William Hale White in Context

BEDFORD, Alfred William (1920 - 1996), aerospace consultant, since 1986

GRIFFITHS, William Russell (1845 - 1910), Recorder of Bedford from 1898

Russell, William, first duke of Bedford (1616-1700), politician

Bedford, William Kirkpatrick Riland (1826-1905), antiquary and genealogist

Beauchamp, William de [William de Beauchamp of Bedford] (c. 1185-1260), judge and sheriff

ALLEN, Richard William (1867 - 1955), DL County of Bedford; Chairman of W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd, Bedford

BEDFORD, William Kirkpatrick Riland (1826 - 1905), Genealogist to the Order of St John of Jerusalem

Russell, Hastings William Sackville, twelfth duke of Bedford (1888-1953), evangelical Christian and pacifist

VAN LARE, William Bedford (1904 - 1969), High Commissioner for the Republic of Ghana in Canada, since 1966

ALLEN, William Henry (1844 - 1926), DL, JP; Bedfordshire High Sheriff, 1904–05; Member of the Territorial Association; Chairman of W. H. Allen, Sons & Co. Ltd, Bedford

CHALONER, William Gilbert (born 1928), Hildred Carlile Professor of Botany and Head of School of Life Sciences, Royal Holloway (formerly Royal Holloway and Bedford New College), University of London, 1985–94 (at Bedford College, 1979–85), Emeritus Professor, 1994, Hon. Fellow, 2002, and engaged in research, Department of Earth Sciences (formerly of Geology), since 1994

GRATTAN, Henry William (1872 - 1952), Chairman, Bedford Medical Board, Armed Forces Acts, 1939–45; retired; late MOH, Biggleswade Urban and Rural District, Welwyn Rural and Welwyn Garden City Urban Districts and Hatfield Rural District

GOWAR, Norman William (born 1940), Chairman, Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education, 2003–09; Principal, Royal Holloway (Royal Holloway and Bedford New College), University of London, 1990–2000; Professor Emeritus, University of London, since 2000

 

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(?1781–1852)

was born in England and arrived in Van Diemen's Land in 1823 as that colony's second Anglican minister. Popular with successive administrators though not with some settlers and most ...

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