Lewis, Edward Archibald [Archie] (1918–1988), singer and variety artist, was born in Kingston, Jamaica, on 10 April 1918. He attended St Matthew's Anglican Church, Kingston, where he sang in the choir, and made his concert début aged fifteen. He was working as an engineering apprentice on the railway when he won a major contest, singing ballads in a style modelled on ...
Edward Archibald Lewis [Archie] (1918–1988), by unknown photographer
Stephen K. Roberts
Lewis, John (d. 1672), religious polemicist and magistrate, was born probably at Cwm-Owen, Llangrannog, Cardiganshire. He was the eldest son of James Lewis (d. 1658/9) and his first wife, Mary, née Lloyd, daughter and heiress of Edward Morgan David Lloyd of Glasgrug...
Tew, Edmund (1700–1770), Church of England clergyman and magistrate, was born on 10 January 1700, the fourth son of George Tew (1661–1702/3), rector of Loddington in Northamptonshire, and his wife, Mary, née Massey. He was educated at Christ's Hospital, London, where he was among the first to receive additional tuition in mathematics in preparation for university entrance. He was admitted to ...
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