Richard Derby

(1712—1783) merchant in America

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Derby, Richard

Derby, Richard (1712-1783), merchant in America

194 From Richard Fford Repton, Derbys., 2 August 1654


LUCE, Richard (Harman) (1867 - 1952), Hon. Consulting Surgeon, Derby Royal Infirmary

Stanley, William George Richard, ninth earl of Derby (1655-1702), nobleman

142 From Richard Fford Repton in the County of Derby, 31 October 1653

PUMPHREY, Richard Julius (1906 - 1967), Derby Professor of Zoology, University of Liverpool, since 1949

INWOOD, Richard Neil (born 1946), Bishop Suffragan of Bedford, 2003–12; an Honorary Assistant Bishop: Diocese of Derby, since 2012; Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham, since 2012

GODWIN-AUSTEN, Richard Bertram (born 1935), Consultant Neurologist, Nottingham, Derby and South Lincolnshire Hospitals, 1970–97, Consultant Emeritus, since 1997; Secretary Treasurer-General, World Federation of Neurology, 1999–2006

DAVIES, David Richard Seaborne (1904 - 1984), JP; Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Liverpool, 1946–71, Professor of the Common Law, 1946–71, then Emeritus, Public Orator, 1950–55, Pro-Vice Chancellor, 1956–60, Warden of Derby Hall, 1947–71

Cavendish, Spencer Compton (1833 - 1908), Lord President of the Council, 1895–1903; Leader of the Liberal Unionists; Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, 1892; Lord-Lieutenant of Derbyshire, since 1892; Lord-Lieutenant of Co. Waterford since 1895; Provincial Grand Master Derbys since 1858. [The 1st peer was 2nd s of one of the Commissioners appointed for visiting and taking the surrenders of religious houses in reign of Henry VIII, and through his mother Elizabeth, d of John Hardwick, of Hardwick, Derbyshire, and widow of Richard Barley, of same county, inherited the three famous seats (erected by her)—Chatsworth, Hardwicke, and Oldcotes]

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