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George Kenyon

(1776—1855) activist against Catholic emancipation


'George Kenyon' can also refer to...

George Thomas Kenyon (1840—1908) politician

Sir Frederic George Kenyon (1863—1952) Greek and biblical scholar and museum director

Kenyon, George Thomas (1840-1908), politician

KENYON, George (Henry) (1912 - 2008), DL; JP; LLD

Kenyon, George, second Baron Kenyon (1776-1855), activist against Catholic emancipation

Kenyon, Sir Frederic George (1863-1952), Greek and biblical scholar and museum director

KENYON, George Thomas (1840 - 1908), JP Salop, Denbighshire, and Flintshire; DL Flintshire

Tyrrell-Kenyon, Lloyd (1864 - 1927), DL, JP, Aide-de-camp to King George V; Lord-in-Waiting, 1916; Lord Lieutenant of Denbighshire

KENYON, John George (1843 - 1914), JP Co. Norfolk; a Knight of St Gregory (Military Division, 1st Class); and a Private Chamberlain to His Holiness Pius X

KENYON, Frederic George (1863 - 1952), Fellow of Winchester College, 1904, Warden, 1925–30; Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, 1888; Hon. Fellow, 1906; Hon. Fellow, New College, Oxford, 1913; President of British School of Archæology at Jerusalem since 1920; of the Bibliographical Society, 1924–26 (Gold Medal, 1935); of the Navy Records Society, 1924–48; Chairman of Soc. for Protection of Science and Learning, 1938–44; Pres. Surrey Record Soc. 1943–50, and of Surrey Archæological Society, 1944–50; Chairman of Friends of the National Libraries, 1931–50; of National Central Library; Trustee of War Museum, 1920–46; Gentleman Usher of the Purple Rod of the Order of the British Empire, 1918–52

 
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