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Thomas Parson

(c. 1631—1673) clergyman and ejected minister


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Thomas William Parsons (1819—1892)

Parsons, Thomas William

Parsons, Thomas William (1819–92)

PARSONS-SMITH, Basil Thomas (1882 - 1954), Consulting Physician to the National Heart Hospital since 1948

Parson, Thomas (b. 1631, d. in or after 1668), clergyman and ejected minister

737 From Daniel Rolls, Thomas Parson, John Hooke, and Noah Bryan Dublin, 8 July 1667

PARSONS, (Thomas) Alan (1924 - 2008), Chief Adjudication Officer, Department of Health and Social Security, 1984–86

Clinical Neuropsychology: A Pocket Handbook for Assessment, 3rd edition, edited by Michael W. Parsons and Thomas A. Hammeke

Review: ‘De Adeundis Ecclesiis Protestantium’: Thomas Wright, Robert Parsons, S.J., e il dibattito sul conformismo occasionale nell'Inghilterra dell'età moderna

BURKITT, Denis Parsons (1911 - 1993), Medical Research Council External Scientific Staff, 1964–76; Hon. Senior Research Fellow, St Thomas’s Hospital Medical School, 1976–84

PARSONS, Frederick Gymer (1863 - 1943), Research Fellow in Anthropology at St Thomas’s Hospital; late Professor of Anatomy, University of London; Lecturer at St Thomas’s Hospital and at Bethlem Royal Hospital

The Series “Biology of the Reptilia” Volumes 1–22 (1969–2010; 1,366 pages). Edited by Carl Gans, with various individual volumes co-edited by Angus d'A. Bellairs, Thomas S. Parsons, William R. Dawson, Donald W. Tinkle, Kyoko A. Gans, R. Glen Northcutt, Philip S. Ulinski, F. Harvey Pough, Frank Billett, Paul F. A. Maderson, Raymond B. Huey, David Crews, Abbot S. Gaunt, Kraig Adler, and Ernest A. Liner.Volume 22, Comprehensive Literature of the Reptilia. Compiled by Ernest A. Liner and edited by Carl Gans and Kraig Adler.

 
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