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Daniel T. Coker (1780—1846)

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Desmond Coke (1879—1931)

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Edward Coke (1552—1634) lawyer, legal writer, and politician

Ernest George Coker (1869—1946) civil and mechanical engineer

Frances Coker (1767—1820) freed slave and domestic servant

George Coke (1570—1646) bishop of Hereford

Gerald Edward Coke (1907—1990) merchant banker and patron of the arts

Henry Coker (1919—1979)

Humphrey Coke (1496—1531)

John Coker (c. 1566—1635) Church of England clergyman and supposed antiquary

Lady Mary Coke (1727—1811) letter writer and noblewoman

Peter Godfrey Coker (1926—2004) painter and etcher

Roger Coke (c. 1625—1700) political writer and economist

Sir John Coke (1563—1644) politician

Syl Cheney-Coker (b. 1945)

Thomas Coke (1747—1814) Church of England clergyman and founder of Methodist missions

Thomas Coke (1664—1727) politician and court official

Thomas Coke (1697—1759) politician, architect, and art collector

Thomas William Coke (1822—1909) agriculturist and landowner

Thomas William Coke, 1st earl of Leicester (1754—1842) politician and agriculturist

Zachary Coke (c. 1613—1649) logician and lawyer


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1 The residue of coal that has been distilled to extract coal gas, a porous, brittle solid fuel that burns with relatively fewer emission products than does coal, either in an industrial coke oven or as a domestic fuel.

2 A slang term, now seldom used, for cocaine.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology — Environmental Science.

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