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Dean Of Carlisle - List of Deans - Early Modern
1542–1547 Lancelot Salkeld (last prior) 1548–1554 Thomas Smith 1554–1560 Lancelot Salkeld (again) 1560–1577 Sir Thomas Smith (again) 1577–1596 Sir John Wolley 1596–1622 Christopher Perkins 1622–1626 ...
Bowyer-Smyth Baronets - History
... According to tradition John Smith was a descendant of Sir Roger de Clarendon, a natural son of Edward, the Black Prince ... It was later substituted for a salamander in flames to commemorate the escape of Sir Thomas Smith from 'Bloody Mary's' fires ... The second son, Sir Thomas Smith was born in 1514 ...
Thomas Smith (governor Of South Carolina)
... Thomas Smith (1648–1694) was the governor of colonial South Carolina from 1693 to 1694, a planter, a merchant and a surgeon ... He arrived in Charles Town in 1684 with his first wife Barbara Atkins and his sons Thomas and George ... "Here Lieth Ye Body of the Right Honble Thomas Smith Esq ...
Thomas Smith - Others
... Thomas Smith (Bishop of Carlisle) (1615–1702), English Anglican bishop Thomas Smith (Vicar Apostolic of the Northern District) (1763–1831), English Roman Catholic bishop Thomas Smith (schol ... Smith (1801–1866), also known as "Pegleg", American mountain man Thomas R ... Smith, American poet Thomas J ...
Rodley, West Yorkshire - History - Industrial History
... In 1820 Thomas Smith's Steam Crane Works was established in Rodley, and by 1888 it had gained a reputation internationally for the manufacture of ... In 1847, Next to the Thomas Smith works, another crane manufacturer was established Joseph Booth Bros, founded by Joseph Booth's father Jeremiah, a former partner of Thomas ...

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