Edward Jacob

(c. 1710—1788) antiquary and naturalist

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JACOB, Edward Fountaine (1852 - 1912)

Jacob, Edward (1710?-1788), antiquary and naturalist

The Book Business: Edward Millington, Jacob Tonson, and Emerging Publishing Practices

Jacob, Sir (Edward) Ian Claud (1899-1993), army officer and broadcasting executive

JACOB, Albert Edward (1858 - 1929), MP (U) East Toxteth, Liverpool, since 1924

Cohen, Sir John Edward [Jack] [formerly Jacob Edward Kohen] (1898-1979), grocer and creator of Tesco stores

1330 Lincoln's Inn and [11 Bolton Street], 31 January–2 February [1824] Edward Jacob and Madame d'Arblay To Alexander d'Arblay

Christian Jacob. The Sovereign Map: Theoretical Approaches in Cartography throughout History. Translated by Tom Conley, Edward H. Dahl

JACOBS, Edward John (born 1952), an Upper Tribunal Judge (Administrative Appeals Chamber) (formerly Social Security and Child Support Commissioner), since 1998

JACOB, (Edward) Ian (Claud) (1899 - 1993), DL; late Royal Engineers, Colonel, retired and Hon. Lieutenant-General; Chairman, Matthews Holdings Ltd, 1970–76

LAWLEY, Edgar Ernest (1889 - 1977), Chairman: Adderley Trading Co. (Pty) Ltd of S. Africa; Afstral Investment Co. (Pty) Ltd of S. Africa; Denton Heath Trading Co. Ltd; Jacobs Production & Distributing Co. Ltd; Lawley Estates Ltd; Joint Founder and Chairman, Lawley Group Ltd (now Royal Doulton Ltd), resigned 1952; Underwriter of Lloyd’s; Director: Sandown Estates (Pty) Ltd, S. Africa; Charnwood Estates (Pty) Ltd, S. Africa; Trustee, Wright-Fleming Institute; Vice-President St Mary’s Medical School; Member, General Council, King Edward’s Hospital Fund for London; Chairman: Regent Street Association, 1947–49; St Mary’s Hospital Medical School Centenary Appeal, 1956–57; St Mary’s Hospital, 1957–64 (Vice-Chairman, 1945–57)

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