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John Hampden Grammar School - Official Site

John Hampden Grammar School in Buckinghamshire is, simply put, an outstanding boys’ grammar school and one I feel enormously privileged to lead.

John Hampden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

John Hampden (ca. 1595 – 1643) was an English politician who was one of the leading parliamentarians involved in challenging the authority of Charles I of England ...

John Hampden | English political leader |

John Hampden, (born 1594, London—died June 24, 1643, Thame, Oxfordshire, Eng.), English Parliamentary leader famous for his opposition to King Charles I over ship ...

Welcome to The John Hampden Society

A society devoted to the study of 17th century Parliamentarian John Hampden, who became famous through resisting the King's illegal Ship Money tax.

John Hampden - NNDB

John Hampden. English Parliamentarian. Birthplace: London, England Location of death: Thame, Oxfordshire, England Cause of death: War Remains: Buried, St. Mary ...

John Hampden (1653–1696) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia–1696)

John Hampden (21 March 1653 – 12 December 1696), the second son of Richard Hampden, and grandson of Ship money tax protestor John Hampden, returned to England after ...

John Hampden (c.1595 - 1643) - Genealogy -

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Biography of John Hampden - BCW Project

John Hampden, c.1595-1643. Famous for his stand against forced loans and ship-money, his death early in the First Civil War was a great blow to the Parliamentarian cause.

John Hampden Gurney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

John Hampden Gurney (15 August 1802 – 8 March 1862) was an Anglican clergyman and hymnist.