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Alec Bolton (1926—1996)

Arthur Thomas Bolton (1864—1945) architect and architectural historian


Bolton Abbey

Bolton and Hunter reagent

Bolton Corney (1784—1870) literary critic and antiquary

Bolton King (1860—1937) educational administrator and historian

Bolton Meredith Eyres Monsell (1881—1969) politician

Bolton Priory

Bolton v Stone

Dupree Bolton (b. 1925)

Edmund Bolton (c. 1575—1633) antiquary and historian

Frederick William Bolton Charles (1912—2002)

G.C. Bolton (b. 1931)

Gillie Bolton

Guy Bolton (1884—1979)

Hannah Bolton Barlow (1851—1916) ceramicist

Ivor Bolton (b. 1958)

James Bolton (c. 1730—1799) natural history artist and mycologist

James Jay Bolton (1824—1863) Church of England clergyman

John Bolton Rogerson (1809—1859) poet

John Gatenby Bolton (1922—1993) astronomer

Ken Bolton (b. 1949)

Martha Brandt Bolton

Michael Bolton (b. 1953)

M.P.W. Bolton (fl. 1861—1866)

Patrick Bolton

Polly Bolton

Robert Bolton (1697—1763) dean of Carlisle


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Former mill town, now a large urban centre within Greater Manchester. The novelist Monica Ali, born in Bangladesh, moved here when her family came over to the UK when she was 3 years old, and spent her childhood here.


Subjects: Literature.

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