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Charles William King

(1818—1888) writer on gemstones


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FITZWILLIAM, (William) Charles Wentworth- (1848 - 1925), DL; Crown Equerry to King George, 1910–24

SLADE, William Charles (born 1939), Vice-Principal, 1998–2000, Consultant, 2000–02, King’s College London

PRICE, William Charles (1909 - 1993), Wheatstone Professor of Physics, University of London, at King’s College, 1955–76, then Emeritus

WALTERS, (William Charles) Flamstead (died 1927), Professor of Classical Literature, King’s College, London, 1901–24, and in the University of London, 1911–24; Fellow of King’s College, London

BOURNE, Charles William (1846 - 1927), Rector of Staplehurst, Kent, 1913–20; Fellow of King’s College, London, and member of Council; Fellow of Physical Society

CAYZER, Charles (William) (1896 - 1940), late Lieut 19th Hussars; MP (C) City of Chester since Nov. 1922; Member of Royal Company of Archers (King’s Bodyguard for Scotland)

Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, John Fiennes (1830 - 1907), [this Baron was 21st in descent from Geoffrey de Saye, who opposed King John and was one of the twenty-five Barons entrusted with enforcement of Magna Carta; 8th in descent was Joan, who m Sir William Fiennes, whose g s became 1st Baron, who when a prisoner in the Tower was dragged out by Jack Cade’s mob and beheaded in Cheapside, 1451; 2nd Baron landed with Edward IV, when preparing to regain the crown, but fell at Barnet, 1471; 8th Baron was a Commissioner for the Public Safety in the time of Charles I, and a distinguished Parliamentarian; 9th Baron’s d of Elizabeth m John Twisleton, 4th in descent from whom was Thomas Twisleton, who became 10th Baron]

 
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