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Lambert, Sir John (1815–1892), civil servant and musicologist  

W. A. J. Archbold

revised by Anne Pimlott Baker

Lambert, Sir John (1815–1892), civil servant and musicologist, was born on 4 February 1815 at Bridzor, near Wardour Castle, Wiltshire, the youngest surviving son of Daniel Lambert, a surgeon, of Hindon, and afterwards of Milford Hall, Salisbury, and his wife, Mary Muriel, the daughter of ...

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Mason, (Marianne) Harriet (1845–1932), poor-law inspector, folk-song collector, and botanist  

Katherine Field

Mason, (Marianne) Harriet (1845–1932), poor-law inspector, folk-song collector, and botanist, was born at 61 York Terrace, Marylebone, Middlesex, on 19 February 1845, the daughter of George William Mason (1819–1891) and his wife, Marianne Atherton, née Mitford. (Frances) Agnes Mason was a younger sister and ...

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(Marianne) Harriet Mason (1845–1932), by unknown photographer, c. 1869

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Ward, John (bap. 1590, d. 1638), composer and administrator  

Ian Payne

Ward, John (bap. 1590, d. 1638), composer and administrator, was baptized on 15 February 1590 at St Mary Bredman, Canterbury. His parents are not named in the baptismal record, but a visitation pedigree dated 1634 names his father as John Ward of Canterbury...