John Cumberland

(b. 1880)

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Cumberland, John (1880–?)

JACKSON, John Arthur (1862 - 1937), JP, DL, Cumberland

PARKER, Christopher John (1859 - 1932), JP, DL Cumberland

DUNNE, John (1825 - 1906), DL, JP; Chief Constable, Cumberland and Westmorland

LIGHTFOOT, John Alfred (1861 - 1928), Vicar of Haile, Cumberland, since 1926

[1380] To: The Reverend Mr. John Morland at Penrith near Kendal, Cumberland; Coventry, 18 September, 1716

KENWORTHY, John Dalzell (1858 - 1954), JP 1919; President: West Cumberland Club; Whitehaven Art Club, 1948

HILLS, John Waller (1867 - 1938), MP (U) Ripon Division of Yorkshire since Dec. 1925; JP Cumberland

NEWELL, Edmund John (born 1961), Principal, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Foundation of St Catherine’s, Cumberland Lodge, since 2013

GARNETT, Robert Singleton (died 1932), senior partner of the firm of Darley Cumberland & Co., solicitors, 36 John Street, Bedford Row, WC

Adams, John Jackson (1890 - 1960), Director and General Manager (Vice-Chairman 1950), West Cumberland Industrial Development Co. Ltd, Whitehaven, since 1937

WADE, John Charles (1908 - 1984), JP; Lord-Lieutenant of Cumbria, 1974–83 (of the County of Cumberland, 1968–74)

[2121] To: Mr. John Stanley Esq., High Sheriff of Cumberland at Ponsonby Hall. With a parcel in paper, carriage paid; Kendal, 4 March, 1719[20]

WESTON, John Wakefield (1852 - 1926), MP (Ind U) South Westmorland, 1913–18; (U) Westmorland, 1918–24; Chairman of County Council for Westmorland; Chairman Territorial Association, Cumberland and Westmorland

HERON-MAXWELL, John Robert (1836 - 1910), JP and DL Dumfriesshire; JP Counties Cumberland, Surrey, and London; head in the male line of the Maxwells of Poloc, and chief of the Clydesdale Maxwells; member of Royal Archers, King’s Body Guard for Scotland; a Director of the Alliance Assurance Co., St James’s Branch


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(1880–?), comic actor.

The Canadian‐born performer began his career in 1900 playing opposite Sol Smith Russell. He was a short, balding man with a round face and puzzled mien whose ...

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