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Paul King

(1637—1655) Franciscan friar


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KING, Paul (1867 - 1940), Painter

Lamb, Paul, And The King Snakes

Lamb, Paul, And The King Snakes

King John and Religion, by Paul Webster

KING, William Templeton (1849 - 1933), Prebendary of Portpool in St Paul’s Cathedral since 1922

King, Paul [name in religion Paulus a Sancto Spiritu] (d. 1655), Franciscan friar

KING, Paul James (born 1967), Managing Director, Sustainability, Lend Lease Europe, since 2015

KING, Paul Frederick (born 1946), Transport Consultant, KPMG Passenger Transport Group, 1997–2004

PAUL, Gerard Robert Clark (1861 - 1913), Director of Transport, Army Headquarters; ADC to the King

LEATHES, Stanley (1830 - 1900), Prebendary of St Paul’s; Professor of Hebrew, King’s College, London; Rector of Much Hadham, Herts

BARKER, William (1838 - 1917), Dean of Carlisle since 1908; Hon. Chaplain to the King; Prebendary of St Paul’s; Rural Dean, 1905

NORTHCOTE, Hon. John Stafford (1850 - 1920), Chaplain to King George V; Prebendary of St Paul’s, since 1906; Hon. Secretary of London Diocesan Church Schools Association; Chairman of Grey Coat Hospital Schools; Fellow of King’s College, London, 1913

WARRELL, Ernest Herbert (1915 - 2010), Organist: King’s College, London, 1980–91; Harrow and Wembley Liberal and Progressive Synagogue, since 1992; St Paul’s, Deptford, since 2000

BESLEY, Walter Philip (1870 - 1934), Hon. Minor Canon of St Paul’s, 1920; a Priest-in-Ordinary, 1922–24, now Hon. Priest to the King

ELLISON, John Henry Joshua (1855 - 1944), Prebendary of St Paul’s Cathedral since 1931; Chaplain in Ordinary to the King since 1910; Rector of St Michael, Cornhill, since 1913

KEMPE, John Edward (1810 - 1907), Honorary Chaplain to King Edward VII from 1901; Prebendary of St Paul’s, 1861; Rector of St James’s, Piccadilly, 1853, resigned 1895

SHELFORD, Leonard Edmund (1836 - 1914), Vicar of St Martin-in-the Fields from 1903; Prebendary of St Paul’s; Fellow of King’s College, London

VERNHAM, John Edward (1854 - 1921), Organist and Choirmaster of St Paul’s, Knightsbridge, since 1879; Professor of Music, King’s College, London, since 1889

Paul A. Cohen. Speaking to History: The Story of King Goujian in Twentieth-Century China., John R. Gillis

 
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