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Andrew Charlton

Bobby Charlton (b. 1937) English footballer

Charlton Hinman (1911—1977)

Charlton Horn Fair

Charlton Nesbit (1775—1838) wood-engraver

Charlton St Peter

Charlton-on-Otmoor Garland

Donald Geoffrey Charlton (1925—1995) scholar of French literature

E. Charlton Fortune (1885—1969)

Edward Charlton (1370—1421) nobleman

Francis Charlton (1639—1698) politician and conspirator

Francis Lord Charlton Hodson (1895—1984) judge

Henry Charlton Bastian (1837—1915) physician and neurologist

John Charlton (c. 1327—1353) soldier and administrator

Lewis Charlton (c. 1326—1369) bishop of Hereford

Lionel Charlton (c. 1720—1788) schoolmaster and topographer

Lionel Evelyn Oswald Charlton (1879—1958) air force officer and author

Mary Charlton (fl. c. 1784—1834) writer and translator

Schultz–Charlton test

Sir Job Charlton (c. 1614—1697) judge and politician

Sir Thomas Charlton (c. 1417—1465) landowner and speaker of the House of Commons

Thomas Charlton (c. 1292—1344) bishop of Hereford

William Edward Walmesley St George Charlton (b. 1935)


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Village on the B4040, 2 m. NE of Malmesbury. Dryden stayed at the Jacobean Charlton Park (burnt down 1962), seat of his wife's father, during 1665–6 to escape the ...

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