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Kent and Alastair Stewart · See more »Albert Edward Mc Kenzie VC (23 October 1898 – 3 November 1918) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. Kent and Alexander Rolls · See more »Alexander Mc Neill Streatfeild-Moore (born Alexander Mc Neill Streatfeild; 17 October 1863 – 30 December 1940) was an English cricketer and member of the Streatfeild family.
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Kent and All Saints' Church, Shuart · See more »All Saints' Church in Tudeley, Kent, England, is the only church in the world that has all its windows in stained glass designed by Marc Chagall.
Cecil Turner, Jack Bryan, Jack Cade's Cavern, Jack Conley (footballer), Jack Davies (cricketer), Jack Dee, Jack Edward Oliver, Jack Flash, Jack Foster (cricketer), Jack Green (athlete), Jack Hope, Jack Hubble, Jack Hues, Jack in the Green, Jack Mason, Jack Mc Vitie, Jack Oldfield, Jack Scanlon, Jack Sheppard (cave diver), Jack the Ripper suspects, Jack White (footballer, born 1924), Jacob Astley, 3rd Baron Astley of Reading, Jacob Bouverie, 1st Viscount Folkestone, Jacob Pleydell-Bouverie, 2nd Earl of Radnor, Jacob Wrey Mould, Jacobean architecture, Jacqueline Gold, Jacqueline Winspear, Jacques Arnold, Jacques Boucher de Crèvecœur de Perthes, Jacquetta May, Jake Roberts, James Abbott (Indian Army officer), James Abernethy, James Annesley, James Arbuthnot, James Aylward (cricketer), James Barber (author), James Baylis Allen, James Beaney, James Beckford Wildman, James Bevan Edwards, James Body, James Brisbane, James Broadwood Lyall, James Bryant (Kent cricketer), James Burbage, James Chico Hernandez, James Chilton, James Coigly, James Cowley, James Curtis (author), James Dagwell, James Dampier Palmer, James Dickson Innes, James Dunlop of Dunlop, James Fellowes (cricketer), James Fitzmaurice-Kelly, James Foster (cricketer, born 1854), James Frost (cement maker), James Gabriel Montresor, James Gibson (cricketer), James Golding, James H. C., Milo Yiannopoulos, Milstead, Milton Chantry, Milton Creek Country Park, Milton Regis, Milton Road Halt railway station, Milton-next-Gravesend, Minehead Hobby Horse, Mini Viva, Minster in Thanet Priory, Minster railway station, Minster, Swale, Minster-in-Thanet, Minster-on-Sea, Miranda Cooper, Mise of Amiens, Mise of Lewes, Mishal Husain, Miss Nepal, Miss Universe UK 2008, Missing (UK TV series), Mister God, This Is Anna, Mister World, Mister World 2012, Mizmaze, Mjölnir, Mo Mowlam, Moatenden Priory, Mockbeggar, Mockbeggar, Swale, Modelzone, Moira Forsyth, Molash, Momčilo Gavrić, Moneyhelpline, Monica Poole, Monins baronets, Monkeyman superhero hoax, Monks Horton, Monkton, Kent, Montagu Stopford, Montague Sturt, Montefiore Windmill, Montford Scott, Montreal Park, Moon and Son, Moors murders, Moose Blood, Morden College, Morgana Robinson, Morning Star Trust, Morphy Richards, Morris & Co., Morris dance, Morris Perry, Morris Robinson, 3rd Baron Rokeby, Mortimer Sackville-West, 1st Baron Sackville, Moses Fletcher, Moses Montefiore, Most Haunted Live! Kent and Alan Clayson · See more »General Sir Alan Gordon Cunningham ( – 30 January 1983) was a senior officer of the British Army noted for his victories over Italian forces in the East African Campaign during World War II.
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Kent and Alain Juppé · See more »Alan David Blakley (1 April 1942 – 10 June 1996) was an English guitarist and record producer, who was a member of the Tremeloes from its inception until January 1975, where he started writing for other bands. 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Tuff, Charles Vincent Fox, Charles Walter Allfrey, Charles Warde, Charles Warren, Charles Wheeler (journalist), Charles Willis, Charles Wooden, Charles Woollven, Charlie Absolom, Charlie Andrew, Charlie Cramp, Charlie Ellison, Charlie Higson, Charlie Jacks, Charlie Luke (English footballer), Charlie Marks, Charlie Parsons, Charlie Walker-Blair, Charlotte Bellamy, Charlotte Mary Matheson, Charlton, London, Charon's obol, Chart Hills Golf Club, Chart Sutton, Charter trustees, Chartham, Chartham railway station, Chartist Mural, Chartwell, Chas Mortimer, Chase Price, Chasing Cars, Chatham (UK Parliament constituency), Chatham and Aylesford (UK Parliament constituency), Chatham and Clarendon Grammar School, Chatham Dockyard, Chatham Grammar School for Boys, Chatham Grammar School for Girls, Chatham Historic Dockyard, Chatham House Grammar School, Chatham Pentagon bus station, Chatham Waterfront bus station, Chatham, Kent, Chattenden, Chaucer School, Canterbury, Chawston, Chéreng, 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Secondary School, Holy well, Home counties, Home Counties Brigade, Home Front (BBC radio series), Homebush Bay, Homebush West, Homebush, New South Wales, Homeopathy, Homer F. Kent and Alfred Christy · See more »Alfred George Deller, CBE ( – 16 July 1979), was an English singer and one of the main figures in popularising the return of the countertenor voice in Renaissance and Baroque music during the 20th century. Addison, Charles Gausden, Charles George Gordon, Charles Goodchap, Charles Grimes (surveyor), Charles Hamilton (writer), Charles Hardinge, 1st Baron Hardinge of Penshurst, Charles Harenc, Charles Harington (British Army officer, born 1910), Charles Henry Crompton-Roberts, Charles Howard (cricketer, born 1823), Charles Howard, 20th Earl of Suffolk, Charles Hudson (VC), Charles Hutton, Charles I of England, Charles J. 600 – 1066), History of the horse in Britain, History of the Isle of Wight, History of the Netherlands, History of the roller coaster, History of the United Kingdom during the First World War, History of Thornton Heath, History of Wisconsin, History of wood carving, History of Worthing, Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick, HM Prison Blantyre House, HM Prison Canterbury, HM Prison Cookham Wood, HM Prison East Sutton Park, HM Prison Elmley, HM Prison Maidstone, HM Prison Rochester, HM Prison Shepton Mallet, HM Prison Standford Hill, HM Prison Swaleside, HMAS Pioneer, HMAS Queenborough (G70), HMCS St. Kent and Alex Shaw (rugby union) · See more »Sir Alexander James Beresford Beresford Hope PC (25 January 1820 – 20 October 1887), known as Alexander Hope until 1854 (and also known as A. Kent and Alf Young (footballer, born 1900) · See more »Alfred Charles Bossom, Baron Bossom FRIBA (6 October 1881 – 4 September 1965) was an English architect active in the United States, and Conservative Party politician. Pledge & Sons Ltd, Hackington, Hacklinge, Hadlow, Hadlow (1814 ship), Hadlow College, Hadlow Cricket Club, Hailsham, Hair of the Dog (album), Haldern Pop, Hales baronets, Hales Place, Half a Sixpence (film), Halfway Houses, Halling railway station, Halling, Kent, Halstead, Kent, Ham Street railway station, Ham Street Woods, Ham, Kent, Hambledon Club, Hamelin de Warenne, Earl of Surrey, Hamid Mirza, Hamilton Baynes, Hamilton Dyce, Hamilton Gault, Hamish Stuart, Hamm (surname), Hammersmith Bridge, Hammerwood, Hammond Innes, Hamo de Crevecoeur, Hampshire county cricket teams, Hampshire County, West Virginia, Hampton-on-Sea, Hamstreet, HANDEL, Handel & Hendrix in London, Handley Page H. 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Kent and Alexander Burnet · See more »The Rev Dr Alexander Crombie (17 July 1762 Aberdeen – 11 June 1840, York Terrace, Regent's Park, London, England - "He left 3 sons, Alexander Crombie, Esquire M. of Trinity College, Cambridge and a Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn, now resident at Phesdo House in Kincardineshire; Lewis Crombie, Esq, a Solicitor, and one of the Baillies of Aberdeen; Thomas Crombie, Esq, Major in the 60th Regiment on Foot, and one daughter, Jane, married in 1823 to Captain H. Kent and Alexander Gillon · See more »Alexander Muirhead, FRS, ( – 13 December 1920) born in East Saltoun, East Lothian, Scotland was an electrical engineer specialising in wireless telegraphy. 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