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date: 18 September 2020

Blore, Edwardlocked

(1787–1879)
  • M. H. Port

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Blore, Edward (1787–1879), antiquarian artist and architect, the eldest child of Thomas Blore (1764–1818), antiquary and topographer, and his first wife (his cousin), Margaret Blore (1761–1791), was born in All Saints' parish, Derby, on 13 September 1787 and baptized on 30 September at ...

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(1900–)
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, Church of Jesus Christ of the Latterday Saints
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