Haddington

Haddington, the county town, on the Tyne, 17 m. E. of Edinburgh; has interesting ruins of an abbey church, called the “Lamp of Lothian,” a cruciform pile with a central tower, a corn exchange, &c.; was the birthplace of John Knox, Samuel Smiles, and Jane Welsh Carlyle.

Population (circa 1900) given as 3,000.

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

Haco V. * Haddingtonshire
Habakkuk
Habberton, John
Habeas Corpus
Habington, Thomas
Habington, William
Hachette, Jean
Hachette, Jeanne
Hackländer
Hackney
Haco V.
Haddington
Haddingtonshire
Haden, Sir Francis Seymour
Hades
Hadith
Hadji
Hadleigh
Hadley, James
Hadley, John
Hadramaut
Hadrian

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Baker, Henry
Brown, John
Brown, John [1722–1787]
Coligni, Henrietta
Craig, James
Dalrymple, Alexander
Knox, John
Major, John
Mather, Dr. Cotton
Pareus, David
Robertson, William [1721–1793]
Scott, David