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Marie Bashkirtseff

Richard Church

Charles Dickens

Du Pré, Piers, 1948-

Lady Elizabeth Rigby Eastlake

George Eliot

Geoffrey Elleray

Ada Galsworthy

Thomas Gray

Ada Jackson

Georgina Lee

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Wilfred Owen

Hester Thrale

Mark VII

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J. Lloyd Williams

Dorothy Wordsworth

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Austrian ambassador in London 1871-78

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David Dunbar

Dora Bargate

Edward Cranfield

English colonial government officials

Frances Calvert

Francis Howard, 5th Baron Howard of Effingham

Frank Goss

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Gladys Harwood

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Gustavus III

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Isabella Stronge

J.R. Anderson

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Lord Edward Pelham Clinton

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Prince Ludwig von Starhemberg

Reuben Moody

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2nd Baronet Stronge, of Tynan Abbey

Sir Martin Bowes

Lord Mayor of London 1559-60

Susan Leveson-Gower

Susan Silvester

The clerks of London

Lord Mayor of London 1557-58

Lord Mayor of London 1556-57

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Lord Mayor of London 1555-56

Lord Mayor of London

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Albert, Prince Consort

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Benjamin Waddington

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Caroline [Lina] Deimling

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Charlotte Louise Henrietta Papendiek

Christian Workers

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Dorothea Crewdson

Dr. Robert Lowry

Dr. Theodore L. Cuyler

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Edward Jones

Elizabeth Carter

Elizabeth Robinson Montagu

Ernest Bunsen

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F. M. L. Yates

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Father of Mrs. Jemima Luke

Frances Anne Kemble

Frances Helen Bunsen

Frances Minto Dickinson Elliot

Frances Williams Wynn

George C. Needham

George Ent

Georgina Mary Ann Waddington (nee Port)

Henry Buckle

Henry Burstow

Henry Moorhouse

Horace Bundy

Jack Gearing

Jane Seymour

John B. Gough

John Baird

John Hay

John Joseph Merlin

John Thomas Jackson

John Wesley

Katharine M. Phipps

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Lillie Scales

Lina Waterfield

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Louisa Port

Maggie Lindsay

Major Whittle

Mary Fairfax Greig Somerville

Mary King Waddington

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Mrs. Caldwell

Jemima Luke

Myra Evans

Otto Deimling

P.P. Bliss

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Queen Charlotte

Queen Victoria

Rev. A.J. Furman

Rev. Dr. Jacob Chamberlain

Rev. Mr. Schrick

Rev. W. Hay Aitken, Canon of Norwich

Sarah Jane Reeve

Richard Wingfield

Soldiers

Miss Stanley

The congregation present in the church

Thomas Coryate

Unknown Army Lieutenant

Unknown Baptist Minister

Unknown School Superintendent

Unknown soldier and missionary

Walter Freer

William Norman Collins

congregation of Trinity Free Church, Glasgow

drunken priests

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unknown

Anna Seward

Charles Hallé

Baron von Bunsen

Edmund Rubbra

Dame Ethel Mary Smyth

Felix Mendelssohn

Chopin, Frédéric, 1810-1849

Baroness von Bunsen

D'Arblay

Gerard Manley Hopkins

Jane Austen

Lord Mayor of London

Philip Henry Gosse

Ray Charles

Frederick Bridge

Duke Ellington

Dr. Bonar

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