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Newcastle-under-Lyme

Newcastle under Lyme

SHUFFLEBOTHAM, Frank (died 1932), JP Staffordshire and Newcastle-under-Lyme

FARRELLY, (Christopher) Paul (born 1962), MP (Lab) Newcastle-under-Lyme, since 2001

EVANS, Patrick Fleming (1851 - 1902), JP; Recorder of Newcastle-under-Lyme from 1896

DAVID, Alexander Jones (1851 - 1929), KC 1910; Recorder, Newcastle-under-Lyme, 1909–27

Clinton, Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham-, fifth duke of Newcastle under Lyme (1811-1864), politician

Language, Print and Electoral Politics, 1790–1832: Newcastle‐under‐Lyme Broadsides

Holles, Thomas Pelham-, duke of Newcastle upon Tyne and first duke of Newcastle under Lyme (1693-1768), prime minister

ALLEN, William (1870 - 1945), KC 1930; JP Staffs; Barrister-at-law, Oxford Circuit; Recorder of Newcastle-under-Lyme since 1932

RUEGG, Alfred Henry (died 1941), KC 1902; JP Staffs, also Boroughs Stafford, Hanley, Stoke, and Newcastle-under-Lyme

POLE, Alexander Edward (1848 - 1909), JP, Somerset; barrister-at-law; member of the Oxford Circuit; Recorder of Newcastle-under-Lyme from 1902

HERBERT, William de Bracy (1872 - 1928), barrister-at-law; Recorder of Newcastle-under-Lyme, since 1927

Clinton, Henry Fiennes Pelham-, ninth earl of Lincoln and second duke of Newcastle under Lyme (1720-1794), politician

Clinton, Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham-, fourth duke of Newcastle under Lyme (1785-1851), landowner and politician

SWINGLER, Stephen Thomas (1915 - 1969), PC 1969; MP (Lab.) Newcastle-under-Lyme since October 1951; Minister of State, Dept of Health and Social Security, since 1968

CADMAN, James (1878 - 1947), DL; JP Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme; MIME; Director of National Provincial Bank; Chairman of Norton and Biddulph Collieries, Ltd; Director of Parker’s Burslem Brewery, Ltd

 

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Old industrial town on the A34, 3 m. W of Stoke‐on‐Trent. Sir John Davies (1569–1626), barrister and poet, was MP here in 1614. Mrs Craik (Dinah Maria Mulock, 1826–87) ...

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