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Cheyne Walk

Charles Cheyne (1625—1698) politician and government official

George Cheyne (1672—1743) physician

James Cheyne (c. 1545—1602) teacher of philosophy and mathematics

John Cheyne (1777—1836) medical writer

William Cheyne (1657—1728) politician

Henry Cheyne (c. 1258—1328) bishop of Aberdeen

Cheyne, James

Cheyne, Elizabeth, (Mrs T. K. Cheyne)

Cheyne-Stokes respiration

Lady Jane Cheyne (1621—1669) poet and royalist noblewoman

Sir Watson Cheyne (1852—1932) bacteriologist and surgeon

Sir John Cheyne (c. 1390—1468) Lollard and rebel

Sir John Cheyne (c. 1344—1414) diplomat, heretic, and speaker-elect of the House of Commons

Sir Thomas Cheyne (c. 1485—1558) administrator and diplomat

Sir William Cheyne (c. 1373—1443) justice


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Formed in London, England, in July 1963, the Cheynes’ founding line-up comprised Roger Peacock (vocals), Eddie Lynch (guitar), Pete Bardens (b. Peter Bardens, 19 June 1945, Westminster, London, England, d. ...

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