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David Harold Blackwell (1919—2010)

Ebenezer Blackwell (1721—1782) banker

Ed Blackwell (1929—1992)

Edith Blackwell Holden (1871—1920) artist and illustrator

Elizabeth Blackwell (1821—1910) physician

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George Blackwell (1547—1612) archpriest

Jean Blackwell Hutson (1914—1998)

John Blackwell (1797—1840) Welsh-language poet and writer

John Blackwell (1624—1701) government official and colonial governor

Lambert Blackwell Larking (1797—1868) antiquary

Lester Blackwell Granger (1896—1976)

Otis Blackwell (1931—2002)

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Richard Blackwell (1918—1980) bookseller and publisher

Robert 'Bumps' Blackwell

Scrapper Blackwell (b. 1903)

Sir Basil Davenport Blackwell (1922—2003) engineer and industrialist

Sir Basil Henry Blackwell (1889—1984) bookseller and publisher

Thomas Blackwell (1701—1757) classical scholar and historian

Thomas Blackwell (c. 1660—1728) Church of Scotland minister and college head

Unita Blackwell (b. 1933)


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Oxford booksellers and publishers. Founded in 1879 by Benjamin Henry Blackwell (1849–1924), it grew from a space of twelve square feet in Broad Street to be one of the largest ...

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