Huntingdon

Huntingdon, the county town of Huntingdonshire, stands on the left bank of the Ouse 59 m. N. of London; has breweries, brick-works, and nurseries, and was the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell.

Population (circa 1900) given as 4,000.

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

Hunter, Sir William * Huntingdon, Countess of
Hume, Joseph
Humour
Hundred Days
Hundyades John Corvinus
Hungary
Huns, The
Hunt, Holman
Hunt, Leigh
Hunter, John
Hunter, Sir William
Huntingdon
Huntingdon, Countess of
Huntingdonshire
Hurd, Richard
Huron
Hurons, The
Huskisson, William
Huss, John
Hutcheson, Francis
Hutchinson, Anne
Hutchinson, Colonel

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Huntingdon in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Alphery, Mekepher, So Pronounced, Though Pro­Perly Spelt, Nikephor, Nicephorus
Anderson, Sir Edmund
Aylmer, John
Baliol, John De
Bathe, Henry De
Bentley, Richard
Blackburne, Francis
Booth, Henry
Broughton, Hugh
Broughton, Thomas
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