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Stanford Hall, Nottinghamshire - History - Sir Julien Cahn
... In 1928 Sir Julien Cahn purchased the Hall from the Kimballs for £70,000 (£3,126,432 as of 2013) ... It was purchased by Sir Julien Cahn for £20,000 and enlarged when it was installed ... over the next decade under the direction of Sir Charles Allom, principal of arguably the finest of the large interior decorating concerns, White Allom Ltd ...
Sir Charles Lloyd, 1st Baronet, Of Mitfield
... Sir Charles Lloyd, 1st Baronet (1662 – 28 December 1723) was a British politician ... the second illegitimate son of Sir Francis Lloyd and Bridget Leigh ... After her death, he married secondly, in or before 1706, Frances, daughter of Sir Francis Cornwallis of Abermarlais, Carmarthenshire ...
Charles Richard Vaughan
... Sir Charles Richard Vaughan, GCH, PC, (20 December 1774 – 15 June 1849) was a British diplomat ... His brothers were Sir Henry Halford (Vaughan), who dropped the family name Sir John Vaughan (1769–1839), a Baron of the Exchequer and Peter Vaughan, Warden of Merton College ... In 1808, in a private capacity, Vaughan accompanied Charles Stuart to Spain, and was present at the assembly of the northern juntas at Lugo thence he went to ...
Sir Fitzroy Maclean, 10th Baronet - Biography
... He was born on 18 May 1835 to Sir Charles Fitzroy Maclean, 9th Baronet the 25th Chief of Clan Maclean, his only son ... Sir Fitzroy married Constance Marianne Ackers (c. 25 Jul 1932), the father of Sir Charles Hector Fitzroy Maclean, 11th Baronet ...
Sir Charles Mills, 1st Baronet
... Sir Charles Mills, 1st Baronet (23 January 1792 – 4 October 1872) was a British banker and member of the Council of India ... of Glyn, Mills and Company, in conjunction with Sir Richard Glyn, 1st Baronet and later his son Lord Wolverton and grandson George Grenfell Glyn ... Sir Charles had Hillingdon Court built nearby to serve as the Mills family home ...

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