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Hugh May

(1621—1684) architect


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650 Francis Smith & Hugh Douglas Charles Fort, Annimaboe, 16 May 1692

From the Rev. Dr. Hugh Blair, Thursday 4 May 1786

MAYES, Michael Hugh Gunton (born 1941), Bishop of Limerick and Killaloe, 2000–08

538 Hugh Shears From aboard the Cape Coast Briganteen off of Dickiscove, 15 May 1683

539 Hugh Shears From aboard the Cape Coast Briganteen, Succondee, 21 May 1683

540 Hugh Shears From aboard the Cape Coast Briganteen, Succondee, 26 May 1683

541 Hugh Shears From aboard the Cape Coast Briganteen, in Succondee Roade, 29 May 1683

8 To Maurice Melling, Hugh McQuoid, & William Haliday, Liverpool 10 May 1756 [f. 11]

BOUSTEAD, (John Edmund) Hugh (1895 - 1980), late Gordon Highlanders; British Political Agent, Abu Dhabi, November 1961–May 1965, retired; Development Secretary to Sultanate of Muscat and Oman, October 1958–October 1961; Resident Adviser, Hadhramaut States and British Agent, East Aden Protectorate, Southern Arabia, October 1949–October 1958

RANKIN, Hugh (Charles Rhys) (1899 - 1988), Member, Standing Council of the Baronetage, since 1979; Representative to District Council Perth CC (Eastern District), 1949, Perth CC 1950; Councillor for Boro’ of Rattray and Blairgowrie, 1949; joined RASC as 2nd Lieut, May 1940, at age of 41 years; Captain 1940–45, India; sheep farmer and a judge of sheep at prominent shows; formerly Senior Vice-President of the Western Islamic Association; a former Vice-President of Scottish National Liberal Association; lived during the reigns of six sovereigns

 

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 (1621–84) English architect.

Thanks to his royal connections, May entered the Office of Works (1660) and worked on restoring palaces, particularly Windsor Castle, after the Restoration. He designed the east ...

Subjects: Architecture.


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