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Charles Blake

(1664—1730) Church of England clergyman and poet


'Charles Blake' can also refer to...

Charles Henry Blake (1794—1872) property speculator

Blake, Charles William Joseph (1876 - 1920)

Blake, Charles Dupee (13 Sept 1847)

Blake, Charles Dupee (1847 - 1903), composer

Cochran, Sir Charles Blake (1872-1951), impresario

Blake, Charles Henry (1794-1872), property speculator

Cochran, Sir Charles Blake (1872–1951)

Blake, Charles (1664-1730), Church of England clergyman and poet

BLAKE, David Charles (born 1936), Partner, Bee Services, since 1996

COXWELL, Charles Blake (1889 - 1967), Retired Civil Servant, Admiralty

163 Blake to Mrs Charles Aders, 29 July 1826

167 Blake to Mrs Charles Aders, 29 December 1826

BLAKE, Maurice Charles Joseph (1837 - 1917), retired 1897; JP Cos Mayo and Galway; DL Co. Mayo

COCHRAN, Charles Blake (1872 - 1951), Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur (France), 1950; Theatrical manager and producer

BLAKE, Charles Henry (1912 - 1994), a Commissioner of Customs and Excise, 1968–72; European Adviser, British American Tobacco Co., 1972–76

DOWNMAN, Charles Beaumont Benoy (1916 - 1982), Emeritus Professor of Physiology, University of London; Sophia Jex-Blake Professor of Physiology, University of London, at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, 1960–80

To Michael Blake, Bishop of Dromore; George Browne, Bishop of Elphin; James Browne, Bishop of Kilmore; Patrick Fallon, Bishop of Kilmacduagh; Thomas Feeny, Bishop of Killala; William Keane, Bishop of Ross; Francis Kelly, Coadjutor Bishop of Derry; Patrick Mcgettigan, Bishop of Raphoe; Charles Mcnally, Bishop of Clogher; Daniel Vaughan, Bishop of Killaloe; and James Walsh, Bishop of Kildare

 
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