Person    | Male  Born 1732  Died 21/2/1795

John Sawbridge

Politician. Member of Parliament from 1768 to 1780. A supporter of John Wilkes, he opposed parliament's right to tax America. Elected Lord Mayor of London in 1775.

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John Sawbridge

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David Hartley obelisk

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Robert Besley

Robert Besley

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Sir William Treloar

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Robert Finch

Robert Finch

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Charles Cheers, Baron Wakefield of Hythe CGE, LLD

Charles Cheers, Baron Wakefield of Hythe CGE, LLD

Charles Cheers Wakefield was born and raised in Liverpool. (Cheers was his mother's maiden name). Became an oil-broker, founding his own firm in 1899, C.C. Wakefield & Co. later Wakefield Oil C...

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