Weymouth and Melcombe-Regis, Dorset 1831

A Description of the towns of Weymouth and Melcombe-Regis, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831.

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Edward Henry Perowne (1826-1906)

Edward Henry Perowne was born on January 8, 1826 at Burdwan, Bengal the son of the Reverend John Perowne, a missionary with the Church Missionary Society and his wife Eliza Scott, a teacher in the missionary school.

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Wareham, Dorset, 1831

A Description of the town of Wareham, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831. 

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John Thomas Woolrych Perowne (1863-1954)

John Thomas Woolrych Perowne was born on June 1, 1863 the eldest son of the Right Reverend John James Stewart Perowne who was at that time Vice-Principal of St David’s College, Lampeter, Wales and his wife Anna Maria Woolrych.

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Swanage, Dorset 1831

A Description of the town of Swanage, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831. Read the rest of this entry »

Thomas John Perowne (1868-1954 )

Thomas John Perowne was born on August 23, 1868 at Stalbridge, Dorset, England the son of Thomas Thomason Perowne the Rector of Stalbridge and his wife Mary Gillespie.

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Sturminster Newton, Dorset 1831

A Description of the town of Sturminster Newton, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831.

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Thomas Thomason Perowne (1824-1913)

Thomas Thomason Perowne was born April 16, 1824 at Burdwan, Bengal the second son of the Reverend John Perowne, a missionary with the Church Missionary Society and his wife Eliza Scott, a teacher in the missionary school.

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New York Times Content Goes Free

The New York Times Select service ended on September 19, 2007, access to articles (including obituaries, wedding announcements, etc.) will now be free from 1987 forward, as well as everything prior to 1923 (1851-1922) which is in the public domain. Access to the rest of the NY Times archives will still have to be purchased. Articles are normally available as PDF files.

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Sherborne, Dorset 1831

A Description of the town of Sherborne, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831.

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