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William Melville

(1850—1918) police officer and intelligence officer


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MELVILLE, William (1852 - 1918), JP

PIGOT, William Melville (1842 - 1916)

MELVILLE, Alan (William Melville Caverhill) (1910 - 1983), revue writer and author

Melville the Poet: Response to William Spengemann

MELVILLE, Charles William Francis (1877 - 1949), IMS, retired

Melville, William (1850-1918), police officer and intelligence officer

HILTON-SIMPSON, Melville William (1881 - 1938), Traveller and Ethnologist

Redburn's ‘Prosy Old Guidebook’ Revisited: Herman Melville's Use of William Roscoe's ‘Mount Pleasant’

CODRINGTON, William Melville (1892 - 1963), Lord Lieutenant of County of Rutland since 1951; Chairman Nyasaland Railways Ltd; Director of other cos

YEMM, Edmund William (1909 - 1993), Melville Wills Professor of Botany, University of Bristol, 1955–74, Emeritus Professor 1974

Melville: A Biography. By Laurie Robertson-Lorant. New York: Clarkson Potter, Herman Melville: A Biography. Vol. 1: 1819–1851. By Hershel Parker. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press and Melville & His Circle: The Last Years. By William B. Dillingham. Athens: University of Georgia Press

MELVILLE, William Gardner (1863 - 1939), Vicar of Stratford-on-Avon since 1908; Canon of Coventry Cathedral; Chaplain retired; Hon. Chaplain, Warwickshire Yeomanry (retd); Warwick Cadet Infantry Brigade

ARNOTT, (William) Melville (1909 - 1999), British Heart Foundation Professor of Cardiology, University of Birmingham, 1971–74, then Emeritus Professor of Medicine; Consultant Physician, United Birmingham Hospitals, 1946–74; Hon. Consultant Physician, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, since 1974

 
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