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Hartlepool

Hartlepool

Hartlepool

Hartlepool

Hartlepool (England/UK)

Hugh of Hartlepool (c. 1245—1302) Franciscan friar and theologian

Hartlepool (England/UK)

WRIGHT, Iain David (born 1972), MP (Lab) Hartlepool, since Sept. 2004

BELL, Herbert Wright (1857 - 1936), Recorder of Hartlepool since 1901

Bega [St Bega] (fl. late 7th cent.), abbess of Hartlepool

FURNESS, Stephen Wilson (1872 - 1914), JP Co. Durham, 1900; MP (L) Hartlepool from 1910; Member of Hartlepool Port and Harbour Commission

Hartlepool [Hertelpoll], Hugh of (c. 1245-1302), Franciscan friar and theologian

GRITTEN, William George Howard (died 1943), barrister and writer; MP (C) The Hartlepools, 1918–22, and since 1929

BELK, John Thomas (1837 - 1901), JP; solicitor; Recorder of Hartlepool from 1890; Lieutenant-Colonel Tees Royal Engineers, Volunteer Submarine Miners

GRAY, William (1823 - 1898), JP, DL; member of Gray and Co., shipbuilders; Chairman Hartlepool Port and Harbour Commission; Director North Eastern Railway

ORMSBY, Edwin Robert (1845 - 1915), Rector of Hartlepool from 1874; Hon. Canon of Durham, 1901; Rural Dean, 1888–1909

GIBB, Maurice Sylvester (1878 - 1950), Commander of the Belgian Order of the Crown; Managing Director, Special Areas Reconstruction Association, Ltd since 1936 and now Joint Liquidator; Director of William Gray & Co., Ltd, West Hartlepool; Deputy Chairman of Hartlepool Gas and Water Co.; Member of Council of the British Employers’ Confederation; President, 1937–38

COHEN, Reuben (1880 - 1958), retired from Registrarships, November 1953; Registrar Middlesbrough, Stokesley and Guisborough County Courts, 1932–53, Stockton, 1933–53; West Hartlepool, 1949–53; JP County Durham, since 1938; Deputy Chairman, Durham Quarter Sessions, 1940–55

ROPNER, John Henry (1860 - 1936), senior partner of firm of Sir R. Ropner & Co. Ltd, steamship owners, of West Hartlepool, Cardiff and London; JP, DL Co. Durham; High Sheriff, 1911; patron of one living; late Lt-Col and then Hon. Col 1st Vol. Batt. Durham LI (VD)

 

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(pr. ˈHartlipool) co. Durham

Industrial town and port c. 17 m. SE of Durham. Compton Mackenzie was born (1883) in theatrical lodgings in Adelaide St., West Hartlepool. His parents were appearing at the Gaiety Theatre.

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