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John Hartley

(1839—1915) dialect poet and writer


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John Hartley Williams (b. 1944)

Williams, John Hartley (1944–)

Williams, John Hartley (1944–)

Manners, John Hartley

Williams, John Hartley (1942– )

Manners, John Hartley

BIBBY, John Hartley (1864 - 1938)

Manners, J[ohn] Hartley (10 Aug. 1870)

Manners, J[ohn] Hartley (1870–1928)

Hartley, John (1839-1915), dialect poet and writer

LEARMONT, John (Hartley) (born 1934), Quarter Master General, Ministry of Defence, 1991–94, retired

PICKETT, Henry John (died 1931), Ex-Principal of Hartley College, Manchester

HARTLEY, John Thorneycroft (1849 - 1935), Vicar of Burneston 1874–1919; Rural Dean of East Catterick; Hon. Canon, Ripon Cathedral

JOHNSTON, John Douglas Hartley (1935 - 2000), Under Secretary (Legal), Solicitor’s Office, Inland Revenue, 1986–95; Assistant Editor, Simon’s Tax Cases

TEAKLE, Laurence John Hartley (1901 - 1979), Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Queensland, 1963–70, retired

HARTLEY, John Robert (born 1955), Headteacher, Saffron Walden County High School, since 2004; Chief Executive, Saffron Academy Trust, since 2012

LAWTON, John (Hartley) (born 1943), Chairman, Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution, 2005–11 (Member, 1989–96); Chief Executive, Natural Environment Research Council, 1999–2005

WATSON, John Harry (1875 - 1944), Consulting Surgeon, Burnley; Hon. Surgeon to Victoria Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to Municipal Hospital Burnley, Reedyford Hospital, Nelson and Hartley Hospital, Colne; Director of Radium Clinic, Burnley

WATMOUGH, John Edwin (1860 - 1939), Chairman and principal proprietor of Watmoughs, Limited, printers and publishers, who own, print, and publish several live-stock weekly newspapers, including The Dog World, Dog World Annual, Fur and Feather and Pigeons; Watmough’s Yorkshire Dialect Publications, including John Hartley’s Clock Almanack, and all his other works, Governing Director of above Company, and a contributor to various magazines and newspapers; founder in 1888 and formerly editor of Fur and Feather, Pigeons; connected with many sporting and live-stock breeding clubs and societies

 
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