Robert Constable

(c. 1457—1501) lawyer

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Sir Robert Constable (c. 1478—1537) rebel

Constable, Robert (late 1450s-1501), lawyer

Constable, Sir Robert (1478?-1537), rebel

STRICKLAND-CONSTABLE, Robert (Frederick) (1903 - 1994)

BOWER, Robert Lister (1860 - 1929), Chief Constable North Riding, Yorkshire

PEACOCK, Robert (1859 - 1926), Chief Constable of Manchester since 1898

SHILLINGTON, (Robert Edward) Graham (1911 - 2001), DL; Chief Constable, Royal Ulster Constabulary, 1970–73

JOHNSON, (Robert) Brian (1932 - 2005), DL; Chief Constable, Lancashire Constabulary, 1983–95

TERRY, George (Walter Roberts) (1921 - 1995), DL; Chief Constable of Sussex, 1973–83

LAWRENCE, William Robert (1942 - 1996), Chief Constable, South Wales Police (formerly Constabulary), since 1989

Armstrong-Jones, Antony Charles Robert (born 1930), Constable of Caernarfon Castle since 1963; Provost, Royal College of Art, 1995–2003

COZENS, Robert William (born 1927), Chief Constable, West Mercia Constabulary (Hereford, Worcester and Shropshire), 1981–85, retired

WYNNE, William Robert Maurice (1840 - 1909), JP; Lord Lieutenant of Merionethshire from 1891; Chairman of Quarter Sessions; Constable of Harlech Castle

Foundations of Geomagnetism George Backus, Robert Parker and Catherine Constable, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1996, 383 pp., ISBN 0-521-41006-1, £40.00 (US $59.95) hardback

CONSTABLE, John Robert (born 1934), Principal Pianist, London Sinfonietta, since 1968; Principal Harpsichordist, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, since 1984; Professor, Royal College of Music, since 1984

Gascoyne-Cecil, Robert Arthur Talbot (1830 - 1903), Lord Privy Seal from 1900; High Steward of Westminster from 1900; Chancellor of University of Oxford from 1869; member of Council of King’s College, London; Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, and Constable of Dover Castle from 1895; High Steward of Great Yarmouth from 1888; Elder Brother of Trinity House from 1886; Hon. Colonel 4th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, from 1868 [1st Baron, y s of William Cecil, Lord Burleigh and High Treasurer under Elizabeth, became Secretary of State under her and James I, and then his Lord High Treasurer; 4th Earl was ordered by the Commons to be impeached for high treason for becoming a Roman Catholic, but the prosecution was not proceeded with, 1689; 2nd Marquis became Lord President of the Council, 1858–59]

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