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- who had been a member of the Challenger Expedition. Moseley's mother was Amabel Gwyn Jeffreys, the daughter of the Welsh biologist and conchologist John...
- of Wiarton, the village of Hepworth, and the townships of Albemarle and Amabel were amalgamated. This new muni****lity was created to provide necessary...
- Amabel Hume-Campbell, 1st Countess de Grey, 5th Baroness Lucas (née Yorke; 23 January 1751 – 4 March 1833) was a British diarist and political writer who...
- Amabel Williams-Ellis (née Mary Annabel N****au Strachey; 10 May 1894 – 27 August 1984) was an English writer, critic, and early member of the Bloomsbury...
- the first time the museum had two chairs. In August 1973, James married Amabel George Boyce, the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Cowman George Boyce of Lutherville...
- Clare Amabel Margaret FitzRoy, Dowager Countess of Euston (née Kerr; born 15 April 1951) is the current Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk. She is also President...
- Amabel Scharff Roberts (1891-1918) was an American nurse who was the first nurse from the U.S. to die in France during World War I. Roberts was born in...
- Normans—as Amable—to the British Isles, the name was there common as both Amabel and the abbreviated Mabel throughout the Middle Ages, with Mabel subsequently...
- represented Nottingham in the House of Commons. He married Lady Florence Amabel Cowper, daughter of George Cowper, 6th Earl Cowper and his wife Lady Anne...
- Amabel Anderson Arnold LL.M. (May 31, 1883 – February 18, 1936) was an American lawyer and law professor who organized the Woman's State Bar ****ociation...