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Hugh of Die

(c. 1030—1106)


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STOCKWELL, Hugh of (died 1349), Painter

HUGH OF ST ALBANS (died 1361), Painter

Hugh of Die (c.1030–1106)

Hugh Primas of Orléans (died 1160), poet

LAW, Hugh Alexander (died 1943), Knight of Grace of the Sovereign and Military Order of Malta

JOHNSTON, Hugh William (died 1918), Rector of North Cray since 1864; Hon. Canon of Canterbury, 1904

CHAPMAN, Hugh Boswell (died 1933), Chaplain of Chapel of the Savoy since 1908

BERRY, Hugh Frederick (died 1961), Dean of Cloyne, 1934–52, retired

MACNAGHTEN, Hugh Vibart (died 1929), Vice-Provost of Eton since 1920

HARE, John Hugh Montague (died 1935), owner of the Docking Hall property in Norfolk

ROWE, William Hugh Cecil (died 1939), employed on Staff of British Broadcasting Corporation

EVANS, Joan (died 1977), Hon. Vice-President, Society of Antiquaries; Hon. Fellow of St Hugh’s College, Oxford, 1936; Fellow of University College, London, 1950

WARD, Richard Hugh (died 2003), Professor of Biological Anthropology and Fellow of Linacre College, Oxford University, since 1996

ROWLEY, Hugh Edward (died 1938), Archdeacon of King William’s Town since 1921; Rector of St Mark’s, Cambridge, since 1935

HERDON, Hugh Edward (died 1958), Indian Army, retired; Col of 1st Bn (Coke’s) 13th FF Rifles, 1933–45

McALEER, Hugh K. (died 1941), MP Mid-Tyrone, Northern Ireland; Member of Tyrone County Council, and other Local Boards and Committees

de COURCY, Kenneth Hugh (died 1999), (Duc de Grantmesnil); Chancellor, Order of the Three Orders, since 1977; Chairman, Kilbrittain Newspapers, since 1987

RATHBONE, Hugh Reynolds (died 1940), MP (L) Wavertree Division of Liverpool, 1923–24; contested same seat, 1924 and 1929; late Pro-Chancellor of the University of Liverpool

MITCHELL, Charles Bullen Hugh (died 1899), Governor of the Straits Settlements and High Commissioner of Borneo from 1893; High Commissioner for Protected States of Malay Peninsula from 1896

 

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(c.1030–1106)

Prior of the monastery of Saint-Marcel at Chalon-sur-Saône, then camerarius of the chapter of Lyon, in 1073 Hugh succeeded the bishop of Die deposed for simony by the papal ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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