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William Mason

(1725—1797) poet and garden designer


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'William Mason' can also refer to...

BRIDGE, Thomas William (1848 - 1909), Mason Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy in the University of Birmingham; at one time Demonstrator of Comparative Anatomy in the University of Cambridge, and Professor of Zoology at the Royal College of Science, Dublin

BROWN, William Mason (1828 - 1898), Painter

Brown, William Mason (1828–98)

COLLINS, William Henry (died 1947), Chairman and Managing Director of Cerebos, Ltd, John Crampton & Co., Ltd, Middlewich Salt Co., Ltd, and Verdin Cooke & Co., Ltd; Chairman Fortnum & Mason, Ltd; Director Carreras Ltd; Chairman of King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor

A Conversation with William Mason, General Director of Lyric Opera of Chicago

HARDEN, Peter William Mason (born 1966), Publisher, Harden’s, since 1991

Hargreaves, William Mason Creer [Bill] (1919-2000), campaigner for disabled people's rights

Lowell Mason i (1792 - 1872), Music educator, church musician, composer, anthologist and Daniel Gregory Mason i (1820 - 1869), Music publisher and , Lowell Mason ii (1823 - 1885), Music publisher and William Mason (1829 - 1908), Pianist, teacher, composer and Henry Mason (1831 - 1890), Instrument builder and Daniel Gregory Mason ii (1873 - 1953), Composer, writer on music, teacher

MARRIOTT, William Mason (1889 - 1960), Past Pres. Land Agents Society

Mason, Revd. William (1725–97)

MASON, William (1724 - 1797), Painter

Mason, William (1724–1797)

Mason, William (1724–97)

Mason, William (1725 - 1797), poet, amateur musician

Mason, William (1725–97)

Mason, William (1725–97)

Mason, William (1725–97)

Mason, William (1725-1797), poet and garden designer

MASON, William (1872 - 1961), Emeritus Professor, University of Liverpool, 1938

Mason, William (born 1808), Railroad Industry Leaders, Inventors, Machinery Manufacturers

Mason, William (born 1829), Composers / Arrangers, Pianists

Mason, William Charles Monck (1775-1859), historian

Mason, William (d. 1719?), stenographer and writing-master

MASON, William Ernest (born 1929), Deputy Secretary (Fisheries and Food), Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, 1982–89, retired

Mason, William (i) (1725 - 1797), clergyman, writer, garden designer

Mason, William (ii) (1810 - 1897), architect

Mason, William James Peake (1862 - 1947), JP

Mason, William Keith (1962 - 1988)

Mason, William Shaw (1774-1853), statistician and bibliographer

Orchard, William (d. 1504), master mason

 

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(1725–97)

Poet and clergyman, educated at Hull Grammar School and St John's College, Cambridge. He was the friend and correspondent of Thomas Gray, Richard Hurd, William Warburton, and Horace Walpole. ...

Subjects: literature.