John Coventry

[cricketer] The Honourable John Bonynge Coventry (9 January 1903 – 4 July 1969) was an English cricketer who played 75 times in first-class cricket for Worcestershire between 1919 and 1935, captaining the county for the latter part of the 1929 and the whole of the 1930 seasons, although he played in only July and August of the latter year
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John Coventry

Sir John Coventry (c. 1636–1682) was son of John Coventry (died 1652), the second son of lord keeper Thomas Coventry. Between 1655 and 1659, he travelled in the continent with his tutor the poet Edward Sherburne. He matriculated from Queen`s College, Oxford in 1660 and was made a Knight of the Bath at the coronation of Charles II, the following.
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John Coventry

[constructor of philosophical instruments] John Coventry (1735–1812), constructor of philosophical instruments, was born in Southwark in 1735. He made a position through the care with which his instruments were made. He was the inventor of a new hygrometer, more accurate than any which had been previously in use. This instrument was very
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John Coventry

[Royalist] John Coventry (died 1652) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1641 to 1642. Coventry was the son of Thomas Coventry, 1st Baron Coventry by his second wife Elizabeth Aldersley, daughter of John Aldersley of Spurstow, Cheshire, and widow of William Pitchford. In 1641, he was elected Member of Parliament f
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