RMBDAEFB–Sir William Dugdale 1605 to 1686. English antiquary.
RMF39J1K–Sir William James Erasmus Wilson, Sir Erasmus Wilson, English surgeon and dermatologist
RMDTF7KE–Sir William Hooker (1785-1865)
RMFWWE4W–British - Sir William Lovelace Kt. of Woolwich
RMG6NFT0–Sir William Crookes (London, June 17, 1832 - London, April 4, 1919) was a British chemist and physicist and president of the Society for Psychical Research from 1896 to 1897.
RM2CFGCBT–Sir William Wallace (c.1270-1305). Illustration of the Scottish knight and independence fighter by W.H. Macfarlane, lithograph, 19th century
RMDPWTCA–SIR WILLIAM SANDERSON
RMFFAA34–SIR WILLIAM RAMSAY /n(1852-1916). Scottish chemist.
RMG4PGGG–Sir William and Lady Beveridge : 1943. Sir William and Lady Beveridge. 1943.
RM2BE0YYK–Sir William Davenant (1606-1668), also spelled D'Avenant, was an English poet and playwright. He was one of the rare figures in English Renaissance theatre whose career spanned both the Caroline and Restoration eras and who was active both before and after the English Civil War and during the Interregnum. Poet Laureate, 1637-1668.
RM2AT4BKM–Sir William Crookes (1832-1919), British chemist aged 57, portrait print 1889
RMC16NAA–English politician and pacifist Sir William Randal Cremer (1828 - 1908) - winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1903.
RMMKKBKE–Sir William Schwenck Gilbert
RMDYEGM1–Sir William Temple (1628-1699) was an English statesman and essayist.
RMAC5Y6B–SIR WILLIAM ROBERTSON British General at left with French Marshal Foch in Cologne towards the end of WW1
RMETPKG1–British Home Secretary Sir William Joynson-Hicks sitting at his desk in his office 14th July 1928.
RMFW5J33–home of Sir William Walton, 1902-83, English composer of Faade, Belshazzar's Feast, Coronation Marches, Holly Berry Lane, off Holly Walk, Hampstead London NW3
RMTA2D7N–The founder of Morris Motor Company Sir William Morris before a Morris 6, which was manufactured from 1928 to 1939.
RMDCJ9EP–19th century - The Grandchildren of Sir William Heathcote, 3rd Baronet - William Owen (1801) - Oil on canvas
RMBRK6P8–Sir William Davenant, 1606 to 1668. English poet and playwright.
RMF39J1W–Sir William James Erasmus Wilson, Sir Erasmus Wilson, English surgeon and dermatologist
RMDTFCW5–Sir William Turner (1832-1916)
RMG3NBDD–Sir William Quiller Orchardson - Master Baby
RMTW9DY0–Sir William Walworth, mayor of London, kill what Tyler in Smithfield 1381, what Tyler was of an English peasant leader, The 1381 the Peasants' revolt was leading. at hearing with the King in Smithfield provoke Tyler the opposition with snidely note, whereupon William Walworth, The mayor of London, his sword jerk and him heavy infringe. of a squire of the Royal kill thereon the rebel leader copper engraving / etching by anchor Smith based on painting by James Northcote, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2H0MH6W–Stained glass window depicting Sir William Wallace,the McManus Art Gallery & Museum, Albert Square, Dundee, Scotland, UK
RMDPWF58–SIR WILLIAM PORTMAN
RMFF6D0W–SIR WILLIAM HENRY PERKIN (1838-1907). English chemist.
RMG8T355–King George V and Sir William Robertson at Army manoeuvres at Aldershot.
RM2BE0GW0–Sir William Davenant (1606-1668), also spelled D'Avenant, was an English poet and playwright. He was one of the rare figures in English Renaissance theatre whose career spanned both the Caroline and Restoration eras and who was active both before and after the English Civil War and during the Interregnum. Poet Laureate, 1637-1668.
RM2AMGB64–Sir William Beatty (Surgeon) (1773-1842), portrait painting by Arthur William Devis, circa 1806
RMF2B1B6–Irene Joliot-Curie with Sir William Brace, head of the Royal Institution, and Frederic Joliot. Oct. 10, 1934. Mme. Joliot-Curie
RMMM24CT–Sir William Pepperrell House. Kittery Point. 1910
RMKCEMTD–Sir William Howard Russell CVO (1820 – 1907) an Irish reporter with The Times
RMAW0HPA–SIR WILLIAM BEVERIDGE 1879 to 1963 British economist and social reformer in 1942 - see description below
RMETPY9W–Queen Mary with British Home Secretary Sir William Joynson-Hicks as King George V opens the Great West Road. 30th May 1925.
RMM0888A–Sir William Horne, 1774 – 1860. British barrister and Liberal politician. From The Martyrs of Tolpuddle, published 1934.
RMW7EXRG–'Severndroog Castle, Shooter's Hill', 1807, (1912). Artists: Sir William James, FR Hay.
RMDCJ9CH–George IV (1762–1830), When Prince of Wales - Sir William Beechey (1798) - Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York - Oil on canvas
RMD8BX79–Sir William Cavendish, c.1505 –1557. English courtier.
RMEHJ711–Sir William Henry Perkin, English chemist best known for his accidental discovery, at the age of 18, of the first aniline dye, mauveine.
RMDTF9K0–Sir William Henry Flower (1831-1899)
RMFWWE4E–British - Sir William Lovelace Kt. of Bethersden
RME0WKF6–Jul. 07, 1963 - Knighthood for Uganda; Sir William Wilber Force Kajumbula Nadiope of Uganda pictured at Buckingham Palace, London
RMM9ARCX–Sir William Wallace (c.1270-1305). Illustration of the Scottish knight and independence fighter from a 1906 childrens' history book entitled 'Scotland's Story' by H E Marshall.
RMDPXFC6–SIR WILLIAM SKEFFINGTON
RMFFAJ3H–SIR WILLIAM JENNER /n(1815-1898). English physician.
RMGCKK3H–Sir William Lyons (right), chairman of Jaguar, receives 'Car' magazines Car of the Year Award from the Minister of Transport, Richard Marsh for the Jaguar XJ6
RMPPG0CA–Johann Zoffany - The Family of Sir William Young. Circa 1767. Oil on canvas. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, England.
RM2E5AJ4Y–Hans Holbein the Younger, Sir William Butts (c. 1486-1545), Physician to King Henry VIII of England, portrait painting, 1543
RM2A5YM3A–Portrait of John Galsworthy by Sir William Rothenstein. Rothenstein (1872-1945) was an English painter, printmaker and draughtsman.
RMT6X7FE–Winston Churchill, 1916. By Sir William Orpen (1878–1931). Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill (1874–1965), British politician, army officer, and writer. Churchill was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945, when he led Britain to victory in the Second World War, and again from 1951 to 1955.
RMKCEMTP–Sir William Howard Russell CVO (1820 – 1907) an Irish reporter with The Times
RMBHW68W–GENERAL SIR WILLIAM WILLIAMS , Ist Baronet of Kars - British soldier (1800-1883)
RMETTWN0–British Home Secretary Sir William Joynson-Hicks leaves Buckingham Palace as the Conservatives return to power following their landslide victory in the General Election. 2nd November 1924.
RMKX916H–Sir William Rann Kennedy, 1846 – 1915. British jurist, Lord Justice of Appeal and an accomplished classical scholar. From The Strand Magazine, published January to June, 1894.
RMDJ7N5P–Sir William Curtius, Latine Curtius.
RMPGKNWM–Sir William Harcourt in a fulminating moment by Harry Furniss
RMBREJGG–Sir William Temple, 1st Baronet, 1628 to 1699. English statesman and essayist.
RMKWP0D9–Sir William Henry Bragg, British physicist
RMDTF9JY–Sir William Henry Flower (1831-1899)
RMFWWDT3–Beechey, Sir William - John Philip Kemble
RME136G1–Feb. 28, 2012 - RECEPTION FOR FIELD MARSHAL SIR WILLIAM SLIM GOVERNOR GENERAL DESIGANATE OF AUSTRALIA A reception was held at the Derchester Hotel, Park Lans, this afternoon for FIELD MARSHAL SIR WILLIAM SLIM the Governor-General Designate of Australia and Lady Slim, by the Royal Empir Empire Society..The Victoria League and the Over-Seen League.. KEYSTONE PHOTO SHOWS:- Sir William and Lady Slim Chatting to The SKINNER sister who arrived in London last week as cially to attend the Coronation-They are L-R EYRTLE VICTORIA OLIVE PETRONELLA and ETHEL GRECORY..They Come from East Malvera Melbourne
RM2EJ5246–Sir William Wallace (c.1270-1305). Illustration of the Scottish knight and independence fighter rejecting English proposals during one of the battles for Scottish independence during the reign of Edward I (1239-1307).
RMDPXE4B–SIR WILLIAM SHEE
RMFFAMXD–SIR WILLIAM RAMSAY /n(1852-1916). Scottish chemist. Autograph signature.
RMG7JGKE–Field-Marshal Sir William Slim, Chief of the Imperial General Staff, at the Royal Naval College in Greenwich, where a conference debating the maritime problems of the future was taking place.
RMPPEENM–Johann Zoffany - The Family of Sir William Young. Circa 1767. Oil on canvas. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, England.
RM2C02RND–Sir William Drury of Hawstead, Suffolk (1550–1590), English Member of Parliament (MP for Suffolk), portrait painting by Daniël van den Queborne, 1587
RM2A5YM3M–Portrait of Max Beerbohm by Sir William Rothenstein. Rothenstein (1872-1945) was an English painter, printmaker and draughtsman.
RMHHY4WB–How Sir William Douglas and his companions captured the Castle of Edinburgh by stratagem
RMRJN4CW–Illustration showing Sir William Jardine, 7th Baronet (1800–1874), Scottish naturalist
RMCXNWTJ–AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR (1775-1783) Recruiting poster for men to join the Pennsylvania Loyalists under Sir William Howe
RMERHF30–Sir William Dugdale - Portrait of the English antiquary and frontispiece to his ' History of St. Paul's Cathedral in London '
RMKX915P–Sir William Rann Kennedy, 1846 – 1915. British jurist, Lord Justice of Appeal and an accomplished classical scholar. From The Strand Magazine, published January to June, 1894.
RMDJ7N71–Sir William Balfore, Knight Lieutenant of the Tower, 1631.
RMT6X5B8–David Lloyd George (1863-1945), 1927. By Sir William Orpen. David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor (1863-1945), British statesman and Liberal Party politician. He was the last Liberal to serve as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
RMGDP606–Sir William Crookes, 1832 – 1919. English chemist, physicist and inventor.
RMF89BT7–Sir William Schwenck Gilbert, English dramatist
RMDTF52G–Sir William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865)
RMFWWDT5–Beechey, Sir William - Charles Small Pybus
RME0R2DT–Oct. 10, 1957 - Sir William Penney heads InQuiry team at Wildscale.. Following Radio active dust leak: Sir William Penney is leader of the atomic expert team - how inquiring into the recent happenings at Windscale Plutonium factory - in which radio-active dust escaped from the 500 ft high chimneys..All milk in the area has been banned from distribution... Sir William yesterday called for an R.A.F. helicopter to hover over the plants with special equipment - to test for radio activity. Photo shows Sir William Penny (left) with his inquiry team - professor J.M. Kay; Mr. D.E.H. Pierson; Dr. B.S
RM2G6DHC3–The Slave Market, Constantinople by Sir William Allan (1782-1850), oil on canvas, 1838
RMDP9596–SIR WILLIAM FERGUSSON
RMFFBRTY–SIR WILLIAM CROOKES /n(1832-1919). British chemist and physicist. Photographed c1913.
RMG55N7N–Sir William Barlow, former chairman and chief executive of the ball-bearing manufacturers Ransome Hoffman and Pollard, who took up his new appointment as chairman of the Post Office this week.
RMD8NW4N–Sir William Beechey, Charles Small Pybus. Circa 1790s. Oil on canvas. Dulwich Picture Gallery, London.
RMT0HBB1–General Sir William Stephen Alexander Lockhart, British Indian Army General
RM2A5YM46–Portrait of Gerhart Hauptmann by Sir William Rothenstein. Rothenstein (1872-1945) was an English painter, printmaker and draughtsman.
RME4CY6G–Bust of Sir William Blackstone by Marius Azzi, circa 1917
RMRJN43A–Illustration showing Sir William Hamilton, 9th Baronet (1788–1856), Scottish metaphysician
RMH9D3J7–Sir William Fairbairn, 1789-1874, Civil Engineer, Ship and Bridge Builder
RMERG8E5–Sir William Palliser - portrait. Irish - born politician and inventor, 18 June 1830 – 4 February 1882.
RMKX9162–Sir William Rann Kennedy, 1846 – 1915. British jurist, Lord Justice of Appeal and an accomplished classical scholar. From The Strand Magazine, published January to June, 1894.
RMDJ84J3–Sir William Roe, ironmonger, Lord Mayor of London, 1592.
RMTAACBD–Opening of the Royal Exchange by Queen Victoria, 1844'. By Robert Walker Macbeth (1848-1910). The third Royal Exchange building opened by Queen Victoria (1819-1901) on 28th October 1844. The third and still the present Royal Exchange was designed by Sir William Tite (1798-1873) and adheres to the original layout.
RMBH3ERB–Major General Sir William Penn Symons, 1843 to 1899. British army officer.
RM2C5FGRA–Sir William Beechey, (1753 – 1839) English artist
RMDTF85X–Sir William Henry Flower (1831-1899)
RMGG245Y–Johan Zoffany - The Family of Sir William Young
RME0R2DW–Oct. 10, 1957 - Sir William Penney heads inquiry team at Windscale following radio active dust leak: Sir William Penney is leader of the atomic expert team, now inquiring into the recent happenings at Windscle Plutonium factory, in which radio active dust escaped from the 500 ft high chimneys. All milk in the area has been banned from distribution. Sir William yesterday called for an R.A.F helicopter to hover over the plant with special equipment to test for radio activity. Photo shows Sir William Penney (left) with his inquiry team, Professor J.M. Kay; Mr. D.E.H. Pierson; Dr. B.S.J
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