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Allworthy, Squire, Bridget

Chris Squire (b. 1948)

Country Squires

Dorothy Squires (b. 1918)

Edna May Squires (1915—1998) popular singer and litigant

Edward Squire (c. 1528—1598) convicted traitor

Hamley, Squire, Mrs

Hardcastle, Squire, Mrs

J. C. Squire (1884—1958) poet and literary editor

(James) Radcliffe Squires (b. 1917)

John Squire (1780—1812) army officer

John Squire (b. 1962)

Larry R. Squire

Larry R Squire

Lieutenant-General Ernest Ker Squires (1882—1940)

Orson Squire Fowler (1809—1887)

Raglan Squire (1912—2004) architect

Rose Elizabeth Squire (1861—1938) factory inspector

Rosemary Squires (b. 1928)

Samuel Squire (1714—1766) bishop of St David's.

Sir Gervais Squire Chittick Rentoul (1884—1946) founding chairman of the Conservative 1922 committee

Sir Ralph Squire Sorley (1898—1974) air force officer

Sir Richard A. Squires (1880—1940)

Sir Squire Sprigge (1860—1937) medical editor and author


Squire Bancroft (1841—1926)

Squire of Dames

Squire of Low Degree

Squire Of Somerton


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Described in lines 79–100 of the General Prologue, after the portrait of his father the Knight. He embodies however the romantic rather than the religious patterns of chivalry. He is ...

Subjects: Literary Studies (Early and Medieval).

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