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BILTON, Percy (1896 - 1983), Chairman, Percy Bilton Ltd, London, W5, and other companies

BILTON, Lewis Leonard (died 1954), JP Edinburgh

To Anne Pugin Bilton Grange, Sunday, 1 August 1847?

To Jane Pugin Bilton Grange, Tuesday, 17 April 1849

To John Hardman Bilton Grange, Wednesday, 20 February 1850?

To Lord Shrewsbury Bilton Grange, Thursday, 4 May 1848

To Matthew Holbeche Bloxam? Bilton Grange, Wednesday, 14 February 1844?

To James John Hornby Bilton Grange, Wednesday, 18 April 1849

CRICKMAY, John Rackstrow (1914 - 1997), Chairman, Percy Bilton PLC, 1984–89 (Director, 1980–89)

PEMBERTON, Thomas Percy (1900 - 1921), Canon and Prebendary of Bilton, York Minister, since 1879

Cowdrey, Michael Colin (1932 - 2000), Chairman, International Cricket Council, 1989–93; Director, Bilton plc, 1995–98; Consultant, Barclays Bank PLC, 1991–98

LINSLEY, Stanley Frederick (1903 - 1974), Archdeacon of Cleveland and Canon of Bilton, 1965–74; Archdeacon Emeritus, since 1974; Chaplain to the Queen, 1964–73

POLLARD, Bilton (1855 - 1931), Consulting Surgeon to University College Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to The Queen’s Hospital for Children; Emeritus Professor of Clinical Surgery in University College, London; Member of Council of Royal College of Surgeons of England, 1910–18

CHESTERFIELD, Arthur Desborough (1905 - 1991), Director: Singer & Friedlander Ltd, 1967–86 (Chairman, 1967–76); Clifford Property Co. Ltd, since 1973 (Chairman); Percy Bilton Ltd, 1977–87 (Chairman, 1983–86; President, since 1986)


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Former village, now a suburb SW of Rugby. Joseph Addison bought the country estate of Bilton Hall in 1713, the year of the success of his tragedy Cato. He ...

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