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Abraham Charles Myers (1811—1889)

Adams, Charles Francis (1835—1915)

Admiral Sir Guy Charles Cecil Royle (1885—1954)

Adolphus George Charles Liddell (1846—1920) society figure and lawyer

Aïdé, Charles Hamilton (1826—1906) novelist and poet

Alan Charles Clark (1919—2002) Roman Catholic bishop of East Anglia and ecumenist

Alan Charles Lynn Day

Alastair Charles Borthwick (1913—2003) journalist and mountaineer

Albert Charles Chibnall (1894—1988) biochemist and historian

Albert Charles Clauson (1870—1946) judge

Albert Charles Lewis Gotthilf Gunther (1830—1914) ichthyologist and museum administrator

Alexander Robert Charles Dallas (1791—1869) Church of England clergyman

Alexander William Charles Oliphant Murray (1870—1920) politician and businessman

Alexandre-Charles Kiss (1925—2007)

Alexandros Charles Michalos (1935)

Alfred Charles Bossom (1881—1965) architect and politician

Alfred Charles Cossor (1861—1922) manufacturer of electronic and medical equipment

Alfred Charles Gimson (1917—1985) phonetician

(Alfred Charles) Stanley Anderson (1884—1966) printmaker and watercolour painter

Alfred Charles Whitman (1860—1910) writer on engravings

Algernon Charles Swinburne (1837—1909) poet and literary reviewer

All My Life (Charles Brown album)

Allan Charles Wilson (1934—1991)

(Alphonse) Gilbert Charles Gidel (1880—1958)

Althorp, John Charles Spencer, Viscount, 3rd Earl Spencer (1782—1845) politician, agriculturist, and sportsman

André-Charles Boulle (1642—1732)

Angus Charles Graham (1919—1991) Sinologist and philosopher

Anton Charles Pegis (1905—1978)

Antony Charles Lloyd (1916—1994)

Archduke of Austria Charles (1771—1847)


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Village 6 m. NW of S Molton, off the A399. In the small church a tablet commemorates R. D. Blackmore's holidays in the village where his grandfather was curate‐in‐charge.


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