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James Walton

(1803—1883) card clothing manufacturer and innovator


'James Walton' can also refer to...

WALTON, James (1881 - 1955)

WALTON, James Ratcliffe (1898 - 1973)

WALTON, James Trout (died 1867), Painter

Walton, James (1802/1803-1883), card clothing manufacturer and innovator

WALTON, James (1867 - 1924), MP (Lab) Don Valley Division, Yorks, 1918–22; miner

SRAWLEY, James Herbert (1868 - 1954), Canon of Lincoln and Prebendary of Heydour with Walton since 1930

James F. Brooks, Christopher R. N. Decorse, John Walton editors. Small Worlds: Method, Meaning, and Narrative in Microhistory. Santa Fe, N.M.: School for Advanced Research Press. 2008. $49.95

OSBORNE, (Henry James) Reginald (died 1952), Prebendary of St Paul’s Cathedral since 1920; Vicar of St Saviours, Walton Street, SW3, since 1930; acting Rural Dean of Chelsea since 1951; Chairman of the Church Schools Company

BURTON, Graham James (born 1953), Mary Marshall and Arthur Walton Professor of the Physiology of Reproduction, since 2013, and Director, Centre for Trophoblast Research, since 2007, University of Cambridge; Fellow, St John’s College, Cambridge, since 1982

GRANT, James Dundas- (1854 - 1944), retired; Hon. Consultant in Aural Diseases to Ministry of Pensions; Consulting Surgeon (Throat and Ear), to Brompton Hospital for Consumption), Central London Nose, Throat, and Ear Hospital, The Cancer Hospital, West End Hospital for Diseases of the Nervous System, The Royal Freemasons Hospital, and The Sussex (Brighton) Throat and Ear Hospital; late Teacher of Laryngology and Otology, University of London; Vice-President, Royal Institution; Hon. Surgeon Royal Academy of Music; Hon. Admiral Surgeon to Royal Society of Musicians, Scottish Hospital and Caledonian Asylum; Surg.-Maj. (retired) 24th Middlesex (Post Office) Rifle Volunteers; Principal Medical Officer 6th Brigade, London Division National Reserve; Hon. member of American and Foreign Special Societies; late Aurist and Laryngologist, King George Military Hospital, Lord Knutsford’s Hospitals for Officers, New Zealand Military Hospital, Walton-on-Thames, Endsleigh Palace, and Russian Hospitals for Officers, etc., during European War, 1914–18

 
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