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David William Theobald

Debra Theobald McClendon

James Theobald (1688—1759) merchant and antiquary

Lewis Theobald (1688—1744) literary editor and writer

Sir Henry Studdy Theobald (1847—1934) barrister and art collector

Sir Theobald Butler (1643—1721) lawyer

Sir Theobald Mathew (1898—1964) lawyer and public servant


Theobald (d. 1161) archbishop of Canterbury

Theobald Billicanus (c. 1490—1554)

Theobald Boehm (1794—1881)

Theobald Butler (c. 1135—1205) administrator and magnate

Theobald Chauber

Theobald d Etampes (c. 1060—1125) teacher and theologian

Theobald de Verdon (c. 1248—1309) baron

Theobald Hock (1573—1618)

Theobald Hyacinthe Dillon (1745—1792) army officer in the French service

Theobald Mackenna (1738—1808) political writer

Theobald Mathew (1790—1856) Capuchin friar and temperance campaigner

Theobald Mathew (1866—1939) lawyer and wit

Theobald of Provins (d. 1066)

Theobald Smith (1859—1934)

Theobald Stapleton (1589—1647) Roman Catholic priest and author

Theobald Taaffe (1632—1677) army officer and politician

Theobald Thamer (1502—1569)

Theobald Von Bethmann Hollweg (b. 1856)

Theobald von Bethmann Hollweg (1856—1921)

Theobald Walter (d. 1205)


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A palace and garden near Waltham Cross, in Hertfordshire, built between 1575 and 1585 for William Cecil, Lord Burghley. The two gardens were both square, and were laid out beneath ...

Subjects: Early Modern History (1500 to 1700).

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