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Market Bosworth

1.1. Market-Bosworth. ('31 or '32.) Edmund Hector.

17. F. 10 Aug. (misdated June) '42. John Taylor (Market Bosworth). Address: To the Revd Dr Taylor at Market Bosworth Leicestershire. Postmark: 10 AV. Loyd.—NQ 6 S. v. 303.

98. Sa. 31 July '56. John Taylor (Market Bosworth). Address: To the Revd Dr Taylor at Market Bosworth Leicestershire. Postmark: 31 IY. Loyd.—NQ 6 S. v. 304.

795. M. 22 July '82. John Taylor (Market Bosworth). Address: To the Reverend Dr Taylor at Market Bosworth Leicestershire. Postmark: 22 IY. A. T. Loyd.—NQ 6 S. v. 461.

106. Th. 18 Nov. '56. John Taylor (Market Bosworth). Address: To the Revd Dr Taylor at Market Bosworth Leicestershire. Postmark: 18 NO. Loyd. Endorsed by JT: ‘The best Letter in the World.’—NQ 6 S. v. 324.

793. M. 8 July '82. John Taylor (Market Bosworth). Address: To the Revd Dr Taylor in Ashbourne Derbyshire (redirected to Market Bosworth Leicestershire). Postmarks: 8 and 9 IY. A. T. Loyd.—NQ 6 S. v. 461.

797. Sa. 3 (misdated 4) Aug. '82. John Taylor (Market Bosworth). Address: To the Reverend Dr Taylor in Ashbourne Derbyshire (redirected to Market Bosworth Leicestershire). Postmark: 3 AV. National Library of Scotland.—Morrison Catalogue 1885, ii. 343.

HARKNESS, Edward Law (1874 - 1931), Rector of Market Bosworth since 1923; Rural Dean of Sparkenhoe I Deanery since 1924; Hon. Canon of Leicester Cathedral, 1929

ALLEN, Arthur Cecil (1887 - 1981), retired as MP (Lab) Market Bosworth Division of Leicestershire (1945–September 1959) and Opposition Whip (1951)

PAYNE, Francis Reginald Chassereau (1876 - 1961), Rector of Market Bosworth, 1931–54; Canon Chancellor, Leicester Cathedral, 1927–54, Canon Emeritus, 1954; Proctor in Convocation, 1925

 

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Small town on the B585, 14 m. W of Leicester and 2 m. N of the battlefield of Bosworth Field, 1485, which brings an end to Richard of Gloucester in Shakespeare's Richard III.

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