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William Nott

(1660—1691)


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Sir William Nott Bower (1849—1939) police administrator

Sir William Nott (1782—1845) army officer in the East India Company

Nott, William (1660–91)

BOARD, William John (1869 - 1946), JP Notts; Solicitor

HICKING, William Norton (1865 - 1947), DL, JP Notts

KAYSER, Charles William (1870 - 1947), JP Notts

NOTT-BOWER, (William) Guy (1890 - 1977)

NOTT-BOWER, (John) William (1849 - 1939), JP Surrey

DENISON, William Evelyn (1843 - 1916), JP and DL for Notts

Bower, Sir (John) William Nott- (1849-1939), police administrator

NOTT, John (William Frederic) (born 1932), farmer, Trewinnard Manor, St Erth, Cornwall

OATES, William Coape (1862 - 1942), DL; retired Army Officer; JP and County Alderman for Notts

TOMASSON, William Hugh (1858 - 1922), Chief Constable of Notts since 1892; Assistant Inspector of Constabulary

Nott, Sir William (1782-1845), army officer in the East India Company

POTTER, William Allen (died 1953), RASC, TF, 1910–22; TA (R), 1922–48; DL Notts, 1937

MASTERMAN, William (1846 - 1903), Judge of County Courts Circuit 18 (Notts and Yorks W Riding) from 1891

Pierrepont, Charles William Sydney (1854 - 1926), DL, Captain, Notts Yeomanry Cavalry; Lieutenant-Col and Hon. Colonel 4th Battalion Sherwood Foresters

Classes, Cultures & Politics: Essays on British History for Ross McKibbin. Edited by Clare V. Griffiths, James J. Nott, and William Whyte.

GOODWIN, William (1873 - 1953), formerly Advisory and Research Chemist, South-Eastern Agricultural College, Wye; formerly Principal, Midland Agricultural and Dairy College, Sutton Bonington and Kingston-on-Soar; Official Agricultural Analyst of Notts and Lindsey (Lincs) County Councils; late Secy Notts War Agricultural Committee

 

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 (fl. 1660–91) Bookseller, mapseller, and bookbinder in London (St Paul’s Churchyard, and Pall Mall),

particularly noted for the quality of his bindings. Pepys mentioned him in his diary as ‘the ...

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