Harrow

Harrow, a town of Middlesex, built on an eminence 200 ft. high, 12 m. from St. Paul's, London; its church, St. Mary's, founded by Lanfranc, is a Gothic structure of great architectural interest. Harrow School, a celebrated public school, was founded in 1571 for the free education of 30 poor boys of the parish, but subsequently opened its doors to “foreigners,” and now numbers upwards of 500 pupils.

Population (circa 1900) given as 6,000.

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

Harrogate * Harry, Blind
Harrington, James
Harris, Howel
Harris, Joel Chandler
Harris, Luke
Harrisburg
Harrison, Benjamin
Harrison, Frederic
Harrison, John
Harrison, William
Harrogate
Harrow
Harry, Blind
Hart, Solomon Alexander
Harte, Bret
Hartford
Hartlepool
Hartley, David
Hartmann
Hartmann, Moritz
Hartzenbusch, Juan Eugenio
Harus`pices

Nearby

Links here from Chalmers

Ashwell, George
Barrow, Isaac [No. 3]
Baxter, William
Bristow, Richard
Bruce, James
Jones, Sir William
Livius, Titus
Merry, Robert
Page, William
Perceval, Spencer
Walton, Isaac