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Houghton, East Riding Of Yorkshire
0°39′14″W / 53.841714°N 0.653875°W / 53.841714 -0.653875 Houghton Houghton OS grid reference SE886392 Civil parish Sancton Unitary authority East Riding of Yorkshire Ceremonial county East Riding ...
Little Houghton, Northamptonshire
... / 52.2310°N 0.8225°W / 52.2310 -0.8225 Little Houghton Little Houghton Population 367 (2001 census) 382 (2010 est) ... List of places UK England Northamptonshire Little Houghton is a village and civil parish in Northamptonshire, England, located about 2 miles (3.2 km) east of ... Clifford Hill by the river Nene is the surviving motte of Little Houghton Castle ...
Sam Houghton - Invention
... In 2006, at the age of 3, Sam Houghton saw his father sweeping their back yard using two different brooms one to clear up the larger leaves and twigs and another to pick up finer debris ... Houghton's father, Dr Rev Mark Houghton (a patent attorney) was impressed by the invention ...
List Of United States Political Families (H) - The Houghtons
... The Houghtons are heirs to the Corning glass fortune ... Houghton 1863–1941, U.S ... Amory Houghton (1899–1981), U.S ...
Pleasure Point Roadhouse - Houghton
... His father-in-law A D Houghton was architect and engineer for J D Rockefeller ... Houghton's house sat on over 100 acres (0.40 km2) of land at the tip of Soquel Pt ... The Roadhouse and the Houghton house have many visual similarities ...

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    Jane Mayer, U.S. journalist, and Jill Abramson b. 1954, U.S. journalist. Strange Justice, p. 8, Houghton Mifflin (1994)