Clifton

Clifton, a fashionable suburb of Bristol, resorted to as a watering-place; romantically situated on the sides and crest of high cliffs, whence it name.

Population (circa 1900) given as 13,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Clifford, Paul * Climacteric, the Grand
Clery
Cleveland
Cleveland
Cleveland, Grover
Cleveland, John
Clèves
Clichy
Clifford, George
Clifford, John, D.D.
Clifford, Paul
Clifton
Climacteric, the Grand
Clinker, Humphry
Clinton, George
Clinton, Sir Henry
Clinton, Henry Fynes
Clio
Clisson, Olivier de
Clisthenes
Clitus
Clive, Robert, Lord Clive and Baron Plassey

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Brindley, James
Currie, James
Heber, Reginald
Hobbes, Thomas
Mapletoft, Robert
Morton, Thomas
Place, Francis
Robinson, Richard
Seed, Jeremiah
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