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Robins died at Regency House, King's [Pits, De Illustr. Angl. Scriptt. (appendix), Road, Brighton, on 8 Feb. 1847, and was p. 880; Bale's Cent. xii. 28 ; Tanner's Biblio. buried in Kensal Green cemetery. He left theca Britannica ; Knight's Cyclopædia of Bioto his widow and children 140,0001., besides graphy; cf. also Bodl. MS. Ashmol

. 1123 for extensive real property. He married, first, Windsor ecclesiastical accounts, &c., by Robins.]

W. F. S. on 17 Sept. 1800, Isabella Cates, who died at Turnham Green on 19 Dec. 1828 ; and, ROBINS, JOIN (f. 1650-1652), ranter, secondly, on 13 Aug. 1831, Miss Marian was a man of little education. • As for Losack. Among other children he left three humane learning' (he says). I never had any; sons: George Augustus, rector of Eccleston, my Hebrew, Greek, and Latine comes by Cheshire; Arthur, rector of Holy Trinity, inspiration. A misdirected study of the Windsor, and chaplain in ordinary to the Bible turned his head. He appears to have queen; and Gilbert, solicitor, 11 Pancras been a small farmer, owning some land. This Lane, city of London.

he sold, and, coming to London with his wife [Thornbury's Old and New London, ed. Wal. Mary (or Joan) Robins, was known in 1650 ford, 1887, i. 522-4, iii. 225, v. 221 ; Gent. Mag. to Lodowicke Muggleton [9. v.] and John May 1847, pp. 556-7; Times, 20 March 1847, ' Reeve (1608-1658) (9. v.] as claiming to be p. 6; Illustrated London News, 21 May 1842, p. something greater than a prophet. He was 25, with portrait, 20 Feb. 1847, p. 128, with por- familiarly spoken of as 'the ranters' god’ and trait; Grant's Portraits of Public Characters, the shakers' god.' His followers deitied him, 18+1, pp. 261-304 ; Faulkner's History of Brent- and it would seem that he did not reject a ford, Ealing, and Chiswick, 1845, p. 323.]

species of divine homage. His wife exG. C. B.

pected to become the mother of a Messiah. ROBINS, JOIN (1500 ?-1558), astro- Robins probably viewed himself as an inloger, born in Staffordshire about 1500, was carnation of the divine being; he asserted entered in 1516 at Oxford, where he studied that he had appeared on earth before, as literæ humaniores and theology, and in 1520 Adam, and as Melchizedek. He claimed a was elected a fellow of All Souls. He gra- power of raising the dead. Robins broached duated M.A. and was ordained. Having a scheme for leading a host of 144,000 persons taken the degree of B.D. in 1531, he was in to the Holy Land; Joshua Garment was to be 1532 made à canon of Christ Church by his Moses for this expedition ; the volunteers Henry VIII, to whom he was then chaplain. were prepared by a diet of dry bread, raw vegeIn December 1543 he was made canon of tables, and water, a regimen which proved Windsor and chaplain to Princess Mary. He fatal to some of them. On 24 May 1651 Rodied on 25 Aug. 1558, and was buried in St. bins, his wife, and eight of his followers were George's Chapel, Windsor. A marble stone apprehended at a meeting in Long Alley, with a long inscription was laid over his grave Moorfields, and consigned to the New Bride(see Hist. et Ant. O.xon. ii. 178; AshmoLE, well at Clerkenwell, where three other disAntiquities of Berkshire, 1719, iii. 167, 168). ciples were sent to join them. During three

Robins appears to have been a man of in- days they held a sort of public reception of the dustry and polite learning. His bent was espe- .gentry and citizens' who é resorted thither cially towards mathematics and astrology, in todispute with them.' Robins reduced his perwhich he became the ablest person of his sonal claim to one of inspiration, and rested time, not excepting his friend Record, whose his hopes of salvation on the merits of our learning was more general' (Wood, Athena Lord; his followers stoutly maintained his O.ron. i. 261). He left several astronomical higher pretensions. Among the disputants and astrological tracts in manuscript : 1. De was an Oxford scholar,' who referred to Stellis Fixis,' Bodl. MS. Digby 1433. 2. 'De the previous fanaticism of William Hacket Portentosis Cometis' (to Henry VIII), Trin. (9. v.), Edmund Coppinger q. v.), and Libr. Cambr. 0. 1. 11. (the preface, partly Ifenry Arthington, giving this last name as plagiarised from Cicero, is reprinted in Flalli- Arthingworth, perhaps because among the well's · Rara Mathematica,' 1839). 3. ' De followers of Robins was a Mary ArthingAccidentibus futuris' (to Henry VIII), Bodl. / worth. Robins remained in durance for MS. Ashmol. 186. 4. Tractatus de Pro- more than ten months. On 5 Feb. 1652 gnosticatione per Eclipsin.' 5. Observationes Reeve and Muggleton, who had just reAstrologiæ,' Brit. Mus. MS. Sloane 1743. ceived their own .commissions' as prophets, 6. Annotationes Astrologiæ,'Brit. Mus. MS. visited Robins in his Clerkenwell prison, Sloane 1773 (containing also “Epitome in and passed sentence of eternal damnation Apotelesmata Ptolemæi'). There are ex- upon him. The scene is graphically narrated tracts from 5 and 6 in Bodl. MS. 3167, Seld. by Muggleton. Robins said afterwards that Arch. B. 79, p. 149.

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an inward voice bidding him recant. Ac- man and an educational enthusiast. In his cordingly, about two months later, he ad- most interesting publication, ' A Letter to dressed to Cromwell a letter of recantation, .. Lord John Russell on the Necessity which obtained him his liberty. He returned and Mode of State Assistance in the Educato the country, repurchased his land, and tion of the People,' 1851, 8vo (2nd edit. the lived quietly. Though he professed to expect same year), Robins advocated state eduto come forth with a greater power,' he was cation on the lines subsequently carried out not heard of again.

in the act of 1870, and suggested that [The Declaration of John Robins, the false religious teaching should stop short of the prophet... and Joshua Beck and John King, the doctrinal differences which divide Christians.' two false disciples. . By G. H., an ear-witness, The adoption of such teaching in parish 1651; Ranters of both Sexes by John schools would, he argued, involve Anglicans Taylor, 1651; Reeve and Muggleton's Tran- in no sacrifice of principle. scendent Spirituall Treatise, 1652; A List of Robins also published: 1. “Some Reasons some of the Grand Blasphemers and Blasphemies, against the Revival of Convocation,' 1850, 165+; Muggleton's Acts of the Witnesses, 1699, 8vo. 2. “The Church Schoolmaster,'1850,8vo. pp. 20 sq., 45 sq.]

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3. 'An Argument for the Royal Supremacy, ROBINS, SANDERSON (1801-1862), Pickering, 1851, 8vo. 4. “The Whole Evidivine and writer on education, the second son dence against the Claims of the Roman of Matthew Robins of St. Mary's, Newington, Church, 1855, 8vo; a work evincing solid Surrey, was born in 1801, and educated at historical learning. 5. "On Party Spirit in Exeter College, Oxford, whence he matricu- the English Church, 1860, 12mo. 6. 'A lated on 28 Oct. 1818, graduated B.A. in Defence of the Faith, 1862, 8vo. 7. "Twenty 1823 and M.A. in 1825. In 1826 he was Reasons for accepting the Revised Educaappointed rector of Edmonsham, Dorset, in tional Code,' 1862, 8vo. 1810 of Shaftesbury, and in 1854 of St. ! (Works in Brit. Mus. Libr. ; Foster's Alumni James's, Dover. From 1856 to his death, on Oxon. 1714–1886; Allibone's Dict. of Engl. 5 Dec. 1862, he was vicar of St. Peter's in Lit.; McClintock and Strong's Cyclopædia; the Isle of Thanet. He was a broad church- Foster's Index Eccl.]

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Reilly or Reily, Hugh (d. 1695 ?)

Resbury, Nathaniel (1643–1711)

32
Reilly, Thomas Devin (1824-1854)

Reuter, Adam (A. 1627)

32
Reilly, William Edward Moyses (1827–1886) Revans, Samuel (1808–1888)

33
Reimes, Philip de (1246 2-1296).' See Philip Reveley, Willey (d. 1799)

33
de Remi.

Revell or Riveil, Sir Richard (d. 1222)

34
Reinagle, Alexander Robert (1799–1877). Revett, Nicholas (1720-1804)

34
See under Reinagle, Joseph.

Reynardson, Sir Abraham ( 1590–1661). 35
Reinagle, George Philip (1802-1835)
3 Reynell, Carew (1636–1690)

36
Reinagle, Joseph (1762-1836)

3 Reynell, Carew (1698-1745).

See under
Reinagle, Philip (1749–1833).

Reynell, Carew (1636–1690).
Reinagle
, Ramsay Richard (1775-1862) 4 Reynell, Edward (1612–1663)

37
Reinbald. See Regenbald.

Reyner, Clement, D.D. (1589–1651)

38
Reinhold, Charles Frederick (1737-1815). See Reyner, Edward (1600–1668).
under Reinhold, Thomas.

Reyner, William (f. 1619).

See under
Reinhold, Thomas (1690 ?-1751)

5

Reyner, Clement.
Reisen, Charles Christian (1680-1725)
5 Reynes, John (ft. 1530).

39
Relhan, Anthony, M.D. (1715-1776)

6 Reynold, Thomas (A. 1541-1555). See under
Relhan, Richard (1754–1823).

Raynalde, Thomas.
Relly, James (1722 ?-1778)
7 | Reynolds, Sir Barrington (1786-1861)

39
Relph, Joseph (1712–1743)

8 Reynolds, Christopher Augustine (1834-1893) 40
Remigius (d. 1092)

8 Reynolds, Edward (1599-1676 )
Rempston or Ramston, Sir Thomas (d. 1406) Reynolds, Edward (1629-1698). See inder
Rempstop or Rampston, Sir Thomas (d. 1458) 10 Reynolds, Edward (1599-1676).
Remsdyke, John (f. 1755). See Van Rymsdyc. Reynolds, Frances (1729-1807). See under
Renaud, Mrs. (f.1787–1829). See Powell, Mrs. Reynolds, Sir Joshua.
Rendel, James Meadows (1799-1856)
10 Reynolds, Frederic (1764-1841)

41
Render, William (11. 1800)
12 Reynolds, Frederic Mansel (d. 1850)

42
Rendle, John (1758–1815)
12 Reynolds, George Nugent (1770 ?-1802)

42
Rendle, William (1811-1893).

13 Reynolds, George William MacArthur (1814-
Renehan, Laurence (1797-1857)

13
1879)

43
Rennell, James (1742-1830)
14 Reynolds, Henry (A. 1630)

45
Kennell, Thomas (1787–1824)

15 Reynolds, Henry Revell, M.D.(1745–1811) 45
Rennell, Thomas (1754-1840)
16 Reynolds, James (1686-1739).

45
Rennie, George (1749-1828)

17 Reynolds, Sir James (1684-1747)
Rennie, George (1802–1860)
17 Reynolds, James (1805–1866)

46
Rennie, George (1791–1866)

18 Reynolds, John (1549-1607). See Rainolds.
Rennie, James (1787–1867)

18 Reynolds or Reinolds, John (1584–1614) 47
Rennie, John (1761-1821)

19 Reynolds, John (f. 1620-1640). See under
Rennie, Sir John (1794-1874).

20 Reynolds or Reinolds, John.
Renniger or Rhanger, Michael, D.D. (1530- Reynolds, Sir Jobn (d. 1657).

47
1609)
21 : Reynolds, John (1667-1727)

49
Renny, George Alexander (1825–1887): 22 ' Reynolds, John (1713 ?-1788)

50
Renouard, George Cecil (1780–1867)
22 Reynolds, John Hamilton (1796–1852)

50
Renwick, James (1662–1688).

23 Reynolds, Sir John Russell, M.D. (1828–1896) 52
Renwick, William (1740 ?-1814)
25 Reynolds, John Stuckey (1791-1874)

53
Renzy or Rentsi, Sir Matthew de (1577- Reynolds, Sir Joshua (1723-1792).

53
1634)
26 Reynolds, Richard (d. 1535)

67
Repington or Repvngdon, Philip (å. 1424) 26 Reynolds or Rainolde, Richard (d. 1606) 68
Reppes or Rugg, William (d. 1550). See Rugg. Reynolds, Richard (1674-1743 )

69
Repton, George Stanley (d. 1858). See under Reynolds, Richard (1735-1816)

69
Reynolds, Sir Robert (A. 1640–1660)

71
Repton, Humphry (1752-1818)

28 Reynolds, Robert Carthew (d. 1804). See
Repton, John Adey (1775–1860). See under under Reynolds, Robert Carthew (1748 ?-
Repton, Humphry.

1811).
Reresby, Sir John 1634–1689)

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Reynolds, Samuel William (1773–1835) 72 Rich, Henry, Earl of Holland (1590-1649) 111
Reynolds, Samuel William (1794-1872). See Rich, Jeremiah (d. 1660 ?)

114
under Reyrolds, Samuel William (1773- Rich, John (1682 ?-1761)

115
1835).

Rich Mary, Countess of Warwick (1625-
Reynolds, Th mas ( A. 1541-1555). See under 1678)

118
Kavnalde, Thomas

Rich, Sir Nathaniel (15837-1636) :

119
Reynolds, Thomas (1667 ?-1727)
74 Rich, Nathaniel (d. 1701)

119
Reynolds, Thomas (1752-1829)

75 Rich, Penelope, Lady Rich (1562 ?-1607) . 120
Reynolds, Thornas (1771-1836)

75 Rich, Richard, first Baron Rich (1496 ?-
Reynolds, Walter (d. 1327)
77 1567)

123
Reynolds, William (1544 ?-1594). See Rai- Rich, Richard A. 1610)

126
nolds.

Rich, Robert (f. 1240)

127
Reynolds, William (1625-1698)

80 Rich, Robert, second Eari of Warwick (1587-
Revnolds, William (1758-1803) See under

1658)

128
Reynolds, Richard (1735–1816)

Rich, Robert (d. 1679) :

133
Reynolds- Moreton, Henry John, .econd Earl Rich, Sir Robert (1685-1768).
of Ducie (1802-1853). See Moreton.

Rich, Sir Robert (1714-1785).

135
Rham, William Lewis (1778-1843)

81 Rich Jones, William Henry (1817-1885). See
Rhead, Alexander (1586 ?-1641). See Reid.

Jones,
Rhees, Morgan Job (1760-1804).

82 Richard I, called Cour de Lion(1157–1199) 136
Rhese. See Rees, Rhys, Rice.

Richard II (1367–1400).

115
Rhind, Alexander Henry (1833–1863)
82 i Richard III (1452-1485)

158
Rhiwallon ap Cynfyn (d. 1069)

Richard, Earl of Cornwall and King of the
Rhodes, Ebenezer (1762-1839)
83 Romans (1209–1272)

165
Rhodes, Hugh (fl. 1550)
84 Richard, Earl of Cambridge (à. 1415)

. 175
Rhodes, John N. (1809-1842).
84 Richard, Duke of York (1411-1460)

176
Rhodes, Richard (d. 1668)
84 Richard, Duke of York (1472–1483)

185.
Rhodes, Richard (1765–1838)
84 Richard Fitzscrob (f. 1060).

185
Rhodes, William Barnes (1772-1826)
85 Richard de Capella (d. 1127).

186
Rhodri Mawr, i.e. the Great (d. 877)

Richard de Belmeis or Beaumeis (d. 1128).
Rhodri ab Owain (d. 1195)

85 See Belmeis.
Rhun ap Maelgwn (f. 550)
86 Richard (d. 1139)

186
Rhydderch Hael, i.e. the Liberal, or Hen, i.e. Richard of Hexbam (A. 1111)

187
the Aged (.fl. 580)
86 Richard, called Fastolf (d. 1143)

188
Rhydderch, Roderick, or Rogers, John (a. Richard de Belmeis or Beaumeis (d. 1162).
1735)

87 Sve Belmeis,
Rhygyfarch (1056–1099), wrongly called Richard (d. 1170)

188
Rhyddmarch, and in Latin, Ricemarchus 87 Richard of St. Victor (d. 1173?)
Rhys ab ()wain (d. 1078)

88 Richard Strongbow, second Earl of Pembroke
Rhys ap Tewdwr (d. 1093)

88

and Strigal (d. 1176). See Clare, Richard de.
Rhys ap Gruffydd (1132 7-1197)

89 Richard (d. 1177?).
Rhys Goch ap Rhicert (f. 1300)
91 Richard (d. 1184)

191
Rhys Goch Eryri, i.e. of Snowdonia (1310?- Richard of Ilchester (a. 1188)

194
91 Richard, called the Premonstratensian (f.
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1190)

197

197
Rhys, Morgan (1710 ?-1779)
92 Richard of Ely (d. 1194 ?)

198
Rhysbrach, John Michael (1693 ?-1770). See Richard Anglicus (f. 1196). See under Poor,
Rysbrack,

Richard (d. 1237).
Riall, Sir Phineas (1775-1850)

93 Richard of Ely (d. 1198). See Fitzneale or
Ricardo, David (1772-1823)

93 Fitznigel, Richard.
Ricardo, John Lewis (1812-1862)
97 Richard de Templo (fl. 1190-1229)

198
Ricart, Robert (f. 1478)

97 Richard of Wethershed (d. 1231). See Grapt,
Ricaut. See Rycaut.

Richard.
Riccaltoun, Robert (1691-1769)

97 Richard of Cornwall (f. 1237). See under
Riccio or Rizzio, David (1533 ?-1566)

98 Richard of Cornwall (A. 1259).
Rice ap Thomas (1449–1525). See Rhys.

Richard de Murins (d. 1242). See Morins.
Rice, Edmund Ignatius (1762-1844) . 100 Richard of Cornwall (f. 1250)

200
Rice, George (1724-1779)
. 102 Richard of Wendover (d. 1252)

201
Rice, James (1843–1882)

102 Richard Anglicus (d. 1252). See Richard of
Rice, Sir John ap (d. 1573 ?). See Price, Sir Wendover.
John.

Richard de Wyche (1197 ?-1253)

202
Rice or Price, Richard (fl. 1548--1579). 103 Richard de Gravesend (d. 1279). See Graves-
Rice, Sir Stephen (1637-1715)

103 end.
Rice, Thomas Spring, first Lord Monteagle Richard de Abyndon, Abendon, or Abingdon
(1790–1866). See Spring-Rice.

(d. 1327 ?)

204
Ricemarchus, Rythmarch, Rikemarth Richard of Wallingford (1292 ?-1336) . 205
(1056–1099). See Rhygyfarch.

Richard de Bury (1281-1345). See Bury.
Rich, Barnabe (1540 ?-1620 ?)

. 105 Richard (d. 1360). See Fitzralph, Richard.
Rich, Chiistopher (d. 1714)

108 Richard Maidstone (d. 1396). See Maidstone.
Rich, Claudius James (1782-1820):

110 Richard of Cirencester (d. 1401 ?). See Ciren-
Rich, Edmund (1170 ?-1240). See Edmund,

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Saint.

Richard, Edward (1714-1777)

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Richard, Henry (1812-1888)

208 Richmond, Dukes of. See Fitzroy, Henry
Richards, Alfred Bate (1820-1876)

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(1519-1536); Stewart, Lodovic (1570-
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211 1624); Stewart, James (1612-1655);

Stewart, Charles (1610-1672); Lennox,
Prichard.

Charles, first Duke, of the last creation
Richards, George (1767-1837)

212 (1672–1723 ); Lennox, Charles, second
Richards, Henry Brinley (1819–1885) 212

Duke (1701-1750); Lennox, Charles, third
Richards, Jacob (1660 3-1701)

Duke (1735-1806); Lennox, Charles, fourth
Richards, James Brinsley (1846-1892)

Duke (1764-1819); Lennox, Charles Gor-
Richards, John (1669-1709)

don-, fifth Duke (1791-1860).
Richards, John Inigo (d. 1810)

215 Richmond, Duchesses of. See Fitzroy, Mary
Richards, Michael ( 1673-1721)

216 (d. 1557), and Stewart, Frances Teresa
Richards, Nathaniel (f. 1630-1654)

217

(d. 1702).
Richards, Sir Richard (1752-1823)

218 ' Richmond, Earls of. See Peter of Savoy (d.
Richards, Thomas (d. 1564 ?).

219

1268), and Tudor, Edmund (1430 ?-1456).
Richards, Thomas (1710 ?-1790)

Richmond and Derby, Countess of (1441-1509).
Richards, William (1643–1705)

219 See Beaufort, Margaret.
Richards, William, LL.D. (1749-1818) 219 Richmond, Alexander Bailey (f. 1809-1834). 254
Pichards, William Upton (1811-1873) 221 Richmond, George (1809-1896)
Richardson, Charles (1775-1865)
221 Richmond, Legh (1772-1827).

258
Richardson, Charles James (1806-1871). 222 Richmond, Thomas (1771-1837)

259
Richardson, Charlotte Caroline (1775-1850 ?) 222 Richson, Charles (1806–1874).

259
Richardson, Christopher (1618-1698)

223 Richter, Christian ( 1682 ?-1732)
Richardson, David Lester (1801-1865) 223 Richter, Henry James (1772-1857)
Richardson, Edward (1812-1869)

224 Richword, William (d. 1637). See Rushworth.
Richardson, Frances Mary (1785-1861). See Rickards, Sir George Kettilbv (1812-1889) . 261
Currer.

Rickards, Samuel (1796–1865)

261
Richardson, Gabriel (d. 1642)
224 Ricketts, Sir Henry (1802-1886 )

. 262
Richardson, George (1736 ?-1817 ?)
225 Rickhill, Sir William ( fl. 1378-1407)

263
Richardson, George (1773-1862)
225 Rickinghale, John (d. 1129)

264
Richardson, George Fleming (17962-1818) 226 Rickman, John (1771-1810)

264
Richardson, James (1806-1851 )
226 Rickman, Thomas · Clio' (1761-1834)

266
Richardson, John, D.D. (d. 1625)
227 Rickman, Thomas (1776-1841)

267
Richardson, John (1580-1654)

228
Ricraft, Josiah (f. 1646).

268
Richardson, John (1647-1725 ?). See under Riddell

, Henry Scott (1798-1870)

269
Richardson, William (1698-1775).
i Riddell, James (d. 1674).

209
Richardson, John D.D. (1664-1747)
228 Riddell, James (1823–1866)

270
Richardson, John (1667-1753)
229 Riddell, John (1785-1862)

271
Richardson, John (ft. 1790)
2:29 Riddell, Robert (d. 1791)

271
Richardson, John (1711-1811?)
229 Riddell, Sir Thomas (d. 1652).

272
Richardson, Jobn (1767 ?-1837)
. 230 Riddle, Edward (1788-1851).

273
Richardson, Sir John (1771-1841)
231 Riddle, Joseph Esmond (1804-1859)

274
Richardson, John (1797-1863)
232 Ridel, Geoffrey (d. 1120)

274
Richardson, John (1780–1811)
231 Ridel, Geoffrey (d. 1189)

275
Richardson, John (1787–1865)

233

Rider. See also Ruder.
Richardson, John (1817-1886)
235 Rider or Ryder, John (1562-1632) .

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Richardson, Sir John Larkins Cheese (1810- Rider, William (1723-1785)

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1878)

236 Ridevall or Rilevans, John de (H. 1330)
Richardson, Jonathan (1665-1745)
236 Ridge, John (1590 ?-1637 ?)

279
Richardson, Jonathan, the vounger (1691-

Ridgeway, Sir Thomas, Earl of Londonderry
1771). See under Richardson, Jonathan.

(1565 ?-1631)

279
Richardson, Joseph (1755-1803)
238 Ridgeway, William (d. 1817,:

281
Richardson, Joseph (1814-1862)

239 Ridslev, Thomas, D.D. (16672-1731) 282
Richardson, Moses Aaron (1793-1871) 239 Ridley, Glocester or Gloster (1702-1774) 282
Richardson, Richard (1663–1741)

210 Ridlev, Humphrey, M.D. (1653-1708) 283
Richardson, Robert (f. 1513). See under Ridley, James (1736-1765)
Richardson, Robert (d. 1578).

Ridley, Lancelot (d. 1576)
Richardson, Robert (d. 1578).

211
Ridley, Mark, M.D. (1560-1624 )

285
Richardson, Robert (1732-1781). See under | Ridler, Vicholas (1500 ?-1555)

286
Richardson, William (1698-1775).

Ridley, Sir Thomas (1550 ?-1629).

290
Richardson, Robert (1779-1817)
242 Ridley, William Henry (1816-1882)

290
Richardson, Samuel (f. 1646)

242

Ridolfi or Ridolfo, Roberto di (1531-1612) 290
Richardson, Samuel ( 1689-1761)
2 43 Ridpath, George (d. 1726)

292
Richardson, Samuel (d. 1805 )
247 Ridpath or Redpath, George (17172-1772)

295
Richardson, Sir Thomas (1569–1635) . 217 Ridpath, Philip (1721-1788). See under Rid-
Richardson, Thomas (1771-1853)

248

path or Redpath, George.
Richardson, Thomas (1816-1867)
249 Riel, Louis (1811-1881)

295
Richardson, Thomas Miles (1781-1818). 250 Rievaulx, Aelred, Ailreid, or Ethelred of
Richardson, Vaughan (1670 ?-1729)

(1109?-1166). See Ethelred.
Richardson, William ( 1698–1775).
231 Rigaud, Jolin Francis (1742-1810)

296
Richardson, William (1743-1814).

252 : Rigaud, Stephen Francis Dutilh (1777-1862) 297
Richardson, William (1740-1820)
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