Hotham

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Sir John Lubbock, 1st Baronet - Residences
... Afterwards he rented Marble Hill Cottage near Richmond from a Miss Hotham, daughter of Sir Charles Hotham, Bart ... those two families the son of his heir and nephew was later to marry Harriet Hotham) from 1792 ...
Hotham Sound
... Hotham Sound is a sidewater of Jervis Inlet on the South Coast of British Columbia, Canada, located near the mouth of that inlet on the north flank of its lower reaches, roughly ... Islands Marine Provincial Park is located on the east side of Hotham Sound ...
Hotham River
... The Hotham River is one of the major tributaries of the Murray River in Western Australia ... It is about 160 kilometres long with its upper reaches being the Hotham River North, which begins in the Dutarning Range and joins the Hotham at its crossing of the Great Southern Highway near ... A 15 km long southern tributary, Hotham River South begins near Cuballing and flows generally northerly before joining the Hotham near Yornaning ...
Richard Phillips Hotham
... Richard Phillips Hotham (died October 10, 1840) was an English-born lawyer and political figure in Upper Canada ... Hotham died at sea during a voyage to England ...
Hotham, East Riding Of Yorkshire - History
... Hotham was once the land of Sir John Hotham, 1st Baronet, Governor of Hull, and his son John, often referred to as Captain Hotham ... Sir John Hotham was knighted by King James I and was a Member of Parliament ... Sir John Hotham was invested with the full authority of both Houses of Parliament to retain the arsenal regardless of circumstance ...