- Samuel Raw·son [raw-suh n] /ˈrɔ sən/, 1829–1902, English historian.
- Stephen,1483–1555, English ecclesiastic and statesman.
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And it is hardly possible to misse in graffing so often, if your Gardiner be worth his name.A New Orchard And Garden
He led them to a spot now called Gardiner's Neck, in the town of Swanzey.King Philip
John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott
The scene has been most sympathetically described by Gardiner.
According to Gardiner, she was by this time bestowing her favors upon Pym.
For the present he and Gardiner, restored to favour with him, were all-powerful.Holbein
- Sir John Eliot. born 1943, British conductor, noted for performances using period instruments; founded the Monteverdi Choir in 1965, the English Baroque Soloists in 1978, and the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique in 1990
- Stephen. ?1483–1555, English bishop and statesman; lord chancellor (1553–55). He opposed Protestantism, supporting the anti-Reformation policies of Mary I
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