Dudley

Dudley, the largest town in Worcestershire, 8½ m. NW. of Birmingham, in the heart of the “Black Country,” with coal-mines, iron-works, and hardware manufactures.

Population (circa 1900) given as 90,000.

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

Du Deffand, Marquise * Dudley, Edmund
Du Châtelet, Marquise de
Duchesne, André
Duchobortzi
Ducis, Jean
Ducking Stool
Duclos, Charles
Ducornet
Ducos, Roger
Ducrot
Du Deffand, Marquise
Dudley
Dudley, Edmund
Dudley, John
Duff, Alexander
Duff, James Grant
Dufferin, Marquis of
Duffy, Sir Charles Gavan
Dufour
Dufresne, Charles
Dufresny
Dufresny, Charles Rivière

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Ascham, Roger
Audley, Thomas
Baxter, Richard
Boreman, Robert
Bourbon, Nicholas
Carleton, George
Carleton, Sir Dudley
Cawthorn, James
Cranmer, Thomas
Digges, Sir Dudley
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