ⓘ Thomas Stiles

                                     

ⓘ Thomas Stiles

Thomas Stiles or Styles of Walton in the parish of Paston, Northamptonshire, was a captain in the Royalist army during the English Civil War. He was governor of Crowland in 1642–1643 and after a time as a prisoner, commander of a troop of horse based at Belvoir Castle.

                                     
  • Stiles or Styles may refer to: Ezra Stiles College, a residential college of Yale University Stiles County Antrim, a townland in County Antrim, Northern
  • Georgia, in 1808, Stiles attended high school at the Hopkins School in New Haven, Connecticut. After graduating from Hopkins, Stiles studied law at Yale
  • Julia O Hara Stiles born March 28, 1981 is an American actress. Born and raised in New York City, Stiles began acting at age 15. Her first film role
  • Dodson Stiles January 15, 1822 October 29, 1896 was a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania. John D. Stiles was born
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  • of the Rev. Isaac Stiles in North Haven, Connecticut, and Kezia Taylor 1702 1727 the daughter of poet Edward Taylor. Ezra Stiles graduated from Yale
  • Lilian Stiles - Allen 28 July 1890  15 July 1982 was a British soprano of the mid 20th century. She was born Lilian Elizabeth Allen in Devonshire Street
  • Sir Thomas Style, 7th Baronet died 1813 see Style Baronets Sir Thomas Style, 8th Baronet 1797 1879 British MP for Scarborough Thomas Stiles or Styles
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  • SS Charles W. Stiles was a Liberty ship built in the United States during World War II. She was named after Charles W. Stiles a parasitologist and zoologist