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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/McNeile, Hugh
McNeile, Hugh by George Clement Boase 1449882Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 35 — McNeile, Hugh1893George Clement Boase ​McNEILE, HUGH
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Author:Herman Cyril McNeile
421218Q3134064Herman Cyril McNeileHerman CyrilMc​Neile​Mc​Neile​,_Herman Cyril British author who published under the pen name "Sapper". He was one of the
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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Neile, William
40 Neile, William by Agnes Mary Clerke 598202Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 40 — Neile, William1894Agnes Mary Clerke ​NEILE, WILLIAM
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/McNeile, Hugh
Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 17 McNeile, Hugh 22007711911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 17 — McNeile, Hugh ​McNEILE, HUGH (1795–1879), Anglican divine
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Author:Paul Neile
2816646Q7152692Paul Neile​Paul​Neile​Neile​,_Paul English astronomer and politician. One of the twelve founder members of the Royal Society. Ronan, C. A.
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Alumni Oxonienses: the Members of the University of Oxford, 1715-1886/Campbell, Archibald McNeile
​Campbell, Archibald McNeile, o.s. Charles Lee, of Liverpool, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 14 Oct., 1876, aged 19; scholar 1876, B.A. 1881, M.A. 1885.
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Thom's Irish Who's Who/McNeile, Alan Hugh
Who McNeile, Alan Hugh 3298043Thom's Irish Who's Who — McNeile, Alan Hugh ​McNEILE, Alan Hugh, D.D., Cantab. (1908); ad eund., Dublin (1917); M.R.I.A
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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Patten, George
Cobden, Lord Francis Egerton (afterwards Earl of Ellesmere), Dr. Hugh M'Neile, the Hon. and Rev. Baptist W. Noel, and Paganini the violinist, exhibited
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Author:Ronald John McNeill (redirect from Ronald M'Neill)
Sidney, Earl of Lockhart, George Lundy, Robert Macdonnell, Sorley Boy McNeile, Hugh Manchester, Earls and Dukes of March, Earls of Margaret, Queen of
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Author:Agnes Mary Clerke (redirect from A. M. Clerke)
Samuel Moore, Jonas (1617-1679) Murray, Robert (d.1673) Narrien, John Neile, William Newall, Robert Stirling Nichol, John Pringle Parker, George (1697-1764)
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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Jackson, Thomas (1579-1640)
living of St. Nicholas, Newcastle, on 27 Nov. 1623, through the influence of Neile, bishop of Durham, to whom he was chaplain for a time. In 1624, with the
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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Topsell, Edward
Day,’ London, by W. Jaggard, 1607, fol.; this was dedicated to Richard Neile, dean of Westminster. On some title-pages a hyena is figured, on others
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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Buckeridge, John
matter of ​rebellion against their lawful sovereigns.’ On the translation of Neile from Rochester to Lichfield, Buckeridge was selected by James to succeed
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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Magee, William (1766-1831)
father of William Connor Magee [q. v.] His fifth daughter married Hugh M'Neile [q. v.], afterwards dean of Ripon. Personally he was a man of fine temper
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Men-at-the-Bar/Cairns, Earl (Hugh MacCalmont Cairns)
Dec., 1819; married 9 May, 1856, Mary Harriet, eldest dau. of late J. McNeile, of Parkmount, co. Antrim, and has issue (see Foster's Peerage). Millden
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Author:William Holden Hutton
(1546-1628) Mews, Peter Monson, George Montagu, Richard Morville, Hugh de Neile, Richard Owen, Thankfull Oxford, John of Parker, Samuel (1640-1688) Potter
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Distinguished Churchmen and Phases of Church Work/William Francis Taylor
Position—Parochial Work in Chester and Liverpool—A Preacher of Promise—Succeeds Dr M‘Neile as Champion of the Evangelical Cause—Archdeacon of Warrington—Archdeacon
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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Moor, Robert
Cathedral). Here he was frequently involved in controversies with Bishop Neile on account of certain ceremonies which he had introduced into the cathedral
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Thom's Irish Who's Who/M
William John Maconchy, John Arthur (2) McNeile, Alan Hugh McNeill, John (Eoin) Macneill, John Gordon Swift M'Neill, Ronald McNicholas, Right Rev. John
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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Harding, Thomas (d.1648)
called B.D., late of Oxford University. He married the widow of William Neile, chapter clerk of the Abbey, and she dying in 1650 was buried ​ at St. Mary's
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