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June Richmond (1915—1962)

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Legh Richmond (1772—1827) Church of England clergyman and writer

Mary E. Richmond (1853—1949)

Mary Ellen Richmond (1861—1928)

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Oliver P. Richmond

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Town on the A6108, 5 m. SW of Scotch Corner, with a ruined castle above the Swale. In 1816 Herbert Knowles, a pupil at the Grammar School, wrote ...

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