England People

Abbot

Ackworth

Acton

Adams

Adams acton

Adams aka anson

Agar

Alcock

Aldeburgh

Aldworth

Alington

Allen

Allestree

Allin

Alma-Tadema

Alsopp

Alston

Amherst

Andrewes

Andrews

Anguish

Anjou Aka Plantagenet

Anne

Annesley

Anselm

Apsley

Archer

Arderne

Armiger

Armstead

Arundell

Ashburnham

Ashley

Atkins

Atkinson

Aubrey

Audley

Austen

Ayscue

Babington

Backhouse

Bacon

Badlesmere

Bagot

Bagwell

Bainbrigge

Baker

Baldwin

Ball

Bancroft

Bankes

Banks

Barber

Bardolf

Baring

Barkham

Barlow

Barrington

Barrow

Baskerville

Bateman

Batho

Bathurst

Batten

Bayning

Beach

Beale

Beaton

Beauchamp

Becke

Becket

Beckford

Beechey

Behnes

Belasyse

Bennet

Benson

Bentinck

Bere

Beresford

Berkeley

Bernard

Bertie

Best

Betterton

Bettes

Biddulph

Bigod

Bingham

Birch

Bird

Birkbeck

Bisshop

Blackett

Blagge

Blagrave

Blakiston

Bland

Blennerhasset

Bligh

Blore

Blount

Blythe

Boardman

Boehm

Boleyn

Bolton

Bond

Bone

Bonville

Booth

Boothby

Boscawen

Boteler

Boteville

Boughton

Boulton

Bourchier

Bourne

Bowes

Bowyer

Boyle

Bracton

Bradbourne

Bradshaw

Braham

Bramston

Brandon

Brassey

Braybrooke

Brereton

Bridgeman

Briggs

Bristow

Brockhurst

Brodrepp

Brooke

Brouncker

Brown

Browne

Brownlow

Brudenell

Brugge

Bryan

Bryant baker

Buckner

Bugge aka willoughby

Buller

Burdett

Burghesh

Burman

Burne-Jones

Burnet

Burnett

Burrell

Burrows

Burton

Bury

Butler

Butler author

Byng

Byron

Cadogan

Calthorpe

Calverley

Camoys

Campbell

Cantilupe

Capell

Capron

Carey

Carleton

Carpenter

Carr

Carteret

Cartwright

Cary

Case

Castle

Catesby

Cavell

Cavendish family

Ceasar

Chadwick

Chantrey

Chapman

Charleton2

Chaucer

Chaworth

Cheere

Cheke

Cheney

Chetwind

Chicheley

Chichester

Child

Cholmondeley

Christmas

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Clarell

Clarges

Clarke

Clayton

Clement

Clent

Clere

Clifford

Clifton

Clifton

Clinton

Clive

Clopton

Close

Clowes

Clun

Coade

Cobham

Cockayne

Cocke

Cocker

Cocks

Coke

Coke trusley

Cole

Coling

Colley

Collier

Collins

Colt

Colyear

Comber

Compton

Connah

Constable

In 1684 Charles John Montagu 1658-1721 (26) was appointed Constable

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Conyers

Cooke

Cooper

Cope

Copley

Corbet

Corden

Corey

Cornforth

Cornwall

Cornwallis

Cosins

Cotes

Cotterell

Coventry

Cowley

Cowper

Cox

Cradock

Crane

Cranfield

Cranmer

Craven

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Crewe

Crispe

Croft

Cromwell

Crouch

Crowe

Culpepper

Cumberland

Cumberland

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Curzon

Cust

Cutler

Cuttance

Dacre

Dagworth

Dallas yorke

Dalston

Dance holland

Danvers

Darcy

Dashwood

Daubeney

Davenant

Davies

Davis

Dawes

Dawnay

De la pole

Deacon

Deane

Delaval

Delves

Denham

Denman

Denny

Dent

Dering

Despencer

Devas

Devis

D'ewes

Dickens

Dickinson

Dicksee

Digby

Dillon

Disney

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Dix

Dobson

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Doling

Donne

Dormer

Dover

Downing

Doyly

Drake

Draper

Drury

Dryden

Dugdale

Duncombe

Duppa

Durance

Dutton

Dymoke

Dynham

Dyve

Earle

Eden

Edenborough

Edgecombe

Edridge

Egerton

Egley

Eliot

Elliott-Cooper

Ellis ranken

Entwhistle

Eure

Evelyn

Evetts

Eyre

Faithorne

Falconer

Fane

Fanshawe

Fauconberg

Faulkner

Feilding

Felton

Fenn

Fenner

Fermor

Ferneley

Ferrers

Ffolkes

Fiennes

Fildes

Finch

Fisher

Fisher york

Fitton

Fitzherbert

Fitzmaurice

Fitzwilliam

Flamsteed

Flaxman

Fleetwood

Fletcher

Fludyer

Foliot

Foljambe

Ford

Forester

Fortescue

Fouleshurst

Fountayne

Fowler

Fox

Foxe

Frampton

Francis

Frankland

Fredererick

Freeman

Around 1590 Robert Bateman 1561-1644 (28) was elected Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Skinners.

Freschville

Freville

Frewen

Frith

Frowick

Fuller

Furnival

Gaffin

Gage

Gainsborough

Gale

Gardiner

Gardner

Gascoyne

Gauden

Gell

Gerard

Gibbons

Gibson

Giddings

Gilbert

Girlington

Glanville

Glyn

Godfrey

Godolphin

Godwin

Goldsmith

Goodgroome

Goodman

Goodwin

Gore

Gorges Aka Russell

Goring

Gosnell

Gott

Gough

Gower

Grandison

Grantham

Granville

Gray

Greatorex

Green

Greene

Greenhill

Gresham

Greville

Grey

Greystoke

Grimes

Grimston

Grindal

Grosvenor

Grove

Guest

Guildford family

Guise

Guldo

Gunning

Gwyn

Hacker

Hale

Hales

Hall

Hamond

Hanmer

Harding

Hardwick

Harley

Harman

Harper

Harrington

Harris

Harrison

Harsick

Hartlib

Harvey

Harwick

Hase

Haselrigge

Haselwood

Hastings

Hatton

Hausted

Hauteville

Havey

Hawkins

Hawley

Hayes

Hayls

Hayter

Hayward

Heath

Heathcote

Hedges

Henchman

Heneage

Henley

Henniker

Henshaw

Herbert

Hercy

Herring

Hervey

Heveningham

Hickman

Hicks

Highmore

Hill

Hilliard

Hinton

Hoare

Hobart

Hogarth

Hole

Holford

Holland

Holles

Hollins

Holloway

Holman-Hunt

Holmes

Honford

Hooke

Hooker

Hopper

Hopton

Horsey

Hoskins

Hoskyns

Hotham

Hovell

How

Howard

Howe

Howley

Huck

Huddlestone

Hudson

Hume

Hungerford

Hunt

Hurt aka sitwell

Hussey

Hyde

Ilive

Ingleby

Ingoldsby

Ingram

Irby

Iremonger

Ireton

Isham

Isted

Jackson

Jeffreys

Jenkinson

Jenner

Jennings

Jermyn

Jerningham

Jewitt

Jodrell

Johnson

Jones

Joseph

Joyce

Joyliffe

Juxon

Keats

Keeton

Keiller

Keilway

Kelly

Kelyng

Kempe

Ken

Kendrick

Kerkommer

Kettle

Killigrew

King

Kipps

Kirkby

Kirton

Kite

Knapton

Kneller

Knight

Knightley

Knollys

Knyvet

Lacy

Lafayette

Lake

Lambert

Lambton

Lamplugh

Lane

Langton

Lanyon

Larkin

Lascelles

László

Latimer

Laud

Lawley

Lawrence

Lawson

Lawton

Le gros

Lee

Leeke

Legge

Legh

Leighton

Leke

Leman

Lennard

Lenthall

Lewes

Leweston

Ley

Liddell

Lilly

Lisle

Lister

Lloyd

Lockey

Long

Longford

Longley

Lonsdale

Lort

Lovell

Lowe

Lucas

Luckyn aka grimston

Luke

Lukis

Lumley

Luttrell

Lynn

Lyttelton aka westcote

Maas

Mack

Mackinnon

Mackworth

Mainwaring

Major

On 17 Nov 1780 Captain George Marlay 1748-1829 (32) was appointed Major (brevet) of the 62nd Regiment.

Malet

Mallorie

Maltravers

Mandeville

Manners family

Manningham

Manny

Mansel

Mansfield

Marlay

Marsden

Marshal

Marshall

Marsham

Martineau

Mason

Massingberd

Maudit

May

Mayall

Mayew

Maylor

Maynard

Mcevoy

Mckennal

Melton

Mennes

Merewether

Merton

Meverell

Middleton

Mildmay

Millais

Miller mundy

Milnes aka crewe

Mitcham

Mitchell

Mitford

Moberly

Modyford

Mohun

Moleyns

Molyneux

Monck

Monson

Montagu

Montgomery

Montpesson

Moore england

Mordaunt

Morden

More

Morice

Morland

Morley

Morris

Mortain

Mortimer

Mortimer woodham

Morton

Mote

Mount

Mountfort

Moxon

Muller

Murford

Musgrave

Musters

Myddleton

Myngs

Mynterne

Naper

Napier

Narborough

Neile

Nelson

Neville

Newport

Newton

Nicholas

Noble

Noel

Norbury

Norreys

North

Northcote

Norton

Norwich

Norwood

Oates

Oberon

Offley Aka Crewe

Ogle

Oliver

Onslow

Opie

Osborne

Oughtred

Packe

Packer

Paget

Pakenham

Pakington

Palmer

Papillon

Parker

Parker pearson

Parkes

Parr

Partridge

Samuel Pepys' Diary 21 August 1665. 21 Aug 1665. Called up, by message from Lord Bruncker (45) and the rest of my fellows, that they will meet me at the Duke of Albemarle's (56) this morning; so I up, and weary, however, got thither before them, and spoke with my Lord, and with him and other gentlemen to walk in the Parke, where, I perceive, he spends much of his time, having no whither else to go; and here I hear him speake of some Presbyter people that he caused to be apprehended yesterday, at a private meeting in Covent Garden, which he would have released upon paying £5 per man to the poor, but it was answered, they would not pay anything; so he ordered them to another prison from the guard.
By and by comes my fellow-officers, and the Duke (31) walked in, and to counsel with us; and that being done we departed, and Sir W. Batten (64) and I to the office, where, after I had done a little business, I to his house to dinner, whither comes Captain Cocke (48), for whose epicurisme a dish of partriges was sent for, and still gives me reason to think is the greatest epicure in the world.
Thence, after dinner, I by water to Sir W. Warren's and with him two hours, talking of things to his and my profit, and particularly good advice from him what use to make of Sir G. Carteret's (55) kindnesse to me and my interest in him, with exceeding good cautions for me not using it too much nor obliging him to fear by prying into his secrets, which it were easy for me to do.
Thence to my Lord Bruncker (45), at Greenwich, and Sir J. Minnes (66) by appointment, to looke after the lodgings appointed for us there for our office, which do by no means please me, they being in the heart of all the labourers and workmen there, which makes it as unsafe as to be, I think, at London. Mr. Hugh May, who is a most ingenuous man, did show us the lodgings, and his acquaintance I am desirous of.
Thence walked, it being now dark, to Sir J. Minnes's (66), and there staid at the door talking with him an hour while messengers went to get a boat for me, to carry me to Woolwich, but all to no purpose; so I was forced to walk it in the darke, at ten o'clock at night, with Sir J. Minnes's (66) George with me, being mightily troubled for fear of the doggs at Coome farme, and more for fear of rogues by the way, and yet more because of the plague which is there, which is very strange, it being a single house, all alone from the towne, but it seems they use to admit beggars, for their owne safety, to lie in their barns, and they brought it to them; but I bless God I got about eleven of the clock well to my wife, and giving 4s. in recompence to George, I to my wife, and having first viewed her last piece of drawing since I saw her, which is seven or eight days, which pleases me beyond any thing in the world, to bed with great content but weary.

Before 03 Jan 1670  Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680. Portrait of George Monck 1st Duke Albemarle 1608-1670.Before 03 Jan 1670 Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680. Portrait of George Monck 1st Duke Albemarle 1608-1670 in his Garter Robes.Before 1694 John Michael Wright Painter 1617-1694. Portrait of James II King England Scotland and Ireland 1633-1701 when Duke of York.Around 1666 Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680. Portrait of James II King England Scotland and Ireland 1633-1701 and Anne Hyde Queen Consort England 1637-1671. See Samuel Pepys' Diary 24 March 1666.Before 04 Jan 1674 Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680. Portrait of James II King England Scotland and Ireland 1633-1701 wearing his Garter Robes.Around 1672 Henri Gascar Painter 1635-1701. Portrait of James II King England Scotland and Ireland 1633-1701.Before 09 Dec 1641 Anthony Van Dyck Painter 1599-1641. Portrait of John Mennes Comptroller 1599-1671.

Paston

Patrick

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Paulett

Peake

Pearce

Peckham

Pegge

Pegram

Pelham

Pembleton

Pembridge

Penington

Penn

Pepys

Perceval

Percival

Percy

Perugini

Peshall

Petre

Petrie

Pett

Petty

Peyton

Phelip

Philipps

Phillips

Philpot

Pickering

Pickersgill

Pierrepoint

Pierrepoint medows

Pilkington

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Platt

Playford

Plunket

Pocock

Pole

Pole

Polidori

Pollard

Pomeroy

Pond

Ponsonby

Pooley

Pope

Popham

Porter

Povey

Poynings

Poynter

Poyntz

Pratt

Prettyman

Prevost

Price aka fountaine

Primrose

Prinsep

Prujean

Prynne

Pye

Pym

Pyndar aka lygon

Quincy

Radclyffe

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Randolph

Reade

Reading

Redman

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Reinagle

Repps

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Reynolds

Rhyther

Riccard

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Rich

Richards

Richardson

Richmond

Ricketts

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Ridsdale

Riley

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Robeson

Robinson

Rodney

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Roger whitleys diary people

Rolle

Romney

Rooke

Ros

Roscelyn

Rosetti

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Rossi

Rotherham

Rothwell

Rowley

Russel

Russell

Ryder

Sacheverell

Sackville

Salisbury

Salisbury

Salt

Saltmarsh

Saltren

Sambrooke

Sancroft

Sanderson

Sands

Sandys

Sanford

Saunderson

Savage

Savile

Saye family

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Scales

Scarburgh

Scott

Scrope

Sedley

Segar

Segrave

Senior

Seymour

Shakespeare

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Sharp

Shaw

Sheeres

Sheffield

Sheldon

Shelley

Sheply

Shireburn

Shirley

Shore

Siddal

Sidney

Skinner

Slanning

Slingsby

Smetham

Smith

Smith aka vernon

Smither

Smithson

Smythe

Smythson

Solomon

Somers

Sotheby

Souch

South

Southill

Southwell

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Spelman

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Spong

Sprat

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Stanhope

Stanley

Stansfield

Stanton

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Staunton

Stayner

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Stillington

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Stonhouse

Strange

Strangeways

Street

Strelley

Strickland

Strode

Strutt

Stukeley

Sturt

Style

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Sudbury

Sumner

Sutton family including dudley

Swinburne

Swinfield

Sydenham

Symons

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Talbot

Tanner

Tatton

Taylor

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Temple

Tenison

Tennant

Tennyson

Terry

Theakston

Theed

Thomson

Thornycroft

Thurloe

Thurman

Thweng

Tichborne

Tillotson

Tilney

Tiptoft

Titus

Tollemache

Tooker

Townshend