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Thomas Lever - Life
... He worked for a compromise at Frankfurt on the Prayer Book, where John Knox and Richard Cox held opposed views, on a committee with Knox, William Whittingham ... Knox left, and Lever became chief pastor ...
Steven Knox
... Steven Thomas Knox (born 16 February 1974 in Lancashire) is a first class cricketer who plays for Scotland ... A right-handed opening batsman, Knox was born in England but completed his seven years qualification to become a Scottish national ...
Charles Edmond Knox - Early Life
... Knox was the son of Robert Knox DD, Archbishop of Armagh, and of his wife Catherine Delia FitzGibbon, daughter of Thomas Gibbon FitzGibbon of Ballyseeda, County Limerick ... His great-grandfather, Thomas Knox (died 1818) of Dungannon Park, County Tyrone, had been created the first Viscount Northland ...
Louis T. Leonowens - Personal Life
... Gunnis Leonowens was married to Caroline Knox (1856/7–1893), the younger daughter of Sir Thomas George Knox, British consul-general in Siam from 1824–1887, and his wife, Prang Yen, a ... They had one son, Thomas ("George") Knox Leonowens (1888-1953) and a daughter, Anna Harriett Leonowens (born 1890, Mrs Richard Monahan) ...
Knox, Henry County, Indiana - Geography
... Knox is located at 39°49′23″N 85°32′31″W / 39.82306°N 85.54194°W / 39.82306 -85.54194 ...

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