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Padua, John of (fl. 1543–1557), architect and musician, was one of a number of foreign architects and craftsmen employed at the court of Henry VIII. He is first recorded in the exchequer accounts on 30 January 1544, when a fee of 2s...

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Pardon, Walter William (1914–1996), carpenter and folk-singer, was born on 4 March 1914 at Hall Lane, Knapton, Norfolk, the only child of Thomas Pardon (1877–1957), farmworker, and his wife, Emily, née Gee (1874–1953). He was educated at the local elementary school. After an apprenticeship, begun at the age of fourteen, in the neighbouring village of ...

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Reinagle family (per. c. 1760–1877), artists and musicians, came to prominence with Joseph Reinagle (fl. 1745–1775), a Hungarian former bandsman with the Empress Maria Theresa's army, who landed in Scotland in 1745 with the Young Pretender, Prince Charles Edward Stuart. After the prince's defeat ...