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Robert Peel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet (5 February 1788 2 July 1850) was a British Conservative statesman who . 7 Later career and death; 8 Family; 9 Memorials .
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BBC - History - Sir Robert Peel
Discover facts about Sir Robert Peel - twice British prime minister and creator of the Metropolitan police.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/peel_sir_robert.shtml


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The Peel Family
Returning to the Peel family, we see Robert, the son, following the printing of calico . manufacturers, and calico printers, is a part of the industrial history of Britain. . His son, the second Sir Robert Peel*, was born 5th February, 1788, at Bury.
http://www.thepeelsociety.org.uk/peel_family.html


Sir Robert Peel
Sir Robert Peel, the Second Baronet, twice Prime Minister, is best . The Peel Family Crest . Family: Peel was the eldest son and the third of 11 children.
http://www.thepeelsociety.org.uk/robert_peel.html


Sir Robert Peel's Family Origins
Sep 17, 2002 . The father of Sir Robert Peel the Prime Minister was in his own way as . the elder Peel came from a typical family whose members worked at both farming and textiles. . Victorianism Overview Victorian History Robert Peel .
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Robert Peel: Biography from Answers.com
Sir Robert 2nd Baronet Peel (click to enlarge) Sir Robert Peel, detail of an oil painting by John . He was the first scholar in the history of the university to graduate with . Peel was born into a family which had recently become wealthy through .
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Death of Sir Robert Peel | History Today
Robert Peel suffered a fatal fall from his horse on June 29th, 1850. He died three days later. Sir Robert Peel Robert Peel was sixty-two when he died. He had sat .
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Sir Robert Peel - Ward Family
This page of our site gives you the history of Sir Robert Peel, founder of the . The family lived here until 1798 when Peel's father bought Drayton Manor in .
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The Peel Family. Please see scant information on the Peel Family of Tamworth. . Sir Robert Peel died at Drayton Manor on 3rd March, 1830. Sir Robert Peel .
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Sir Robert Peel Infoplease.com
Peel, Sir Robert. Peel, Sir Robert, 17881850, British statesman. . See more Encyclopedia articles on: British and Irish History: Biographies. Premium Partner .
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Sir Robert Peel - British Isles Genealogy
Sir Robert Peel. British Isles Genealogy | Victorian Worthies. 1788-1850. 1788. Born near Bury, Lancashire, July 5. 1801-4. Harrow School. 1805. Christ Church .
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Peel Family Genealogy Forum (Page 2)
Sir Robert Peel's descendants and ancestors help - Nathan Bird 9/11/08. Re: Sir Robert Peel's . Richard E. Peel Genealogy Meeting - Carol Hampton 2/09/05 .
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Metropolitan Police Service - History - Sir Robert Peel
History of the Metropolitan Police. Sir Robert Peel. Home Secretary and founder of the Metropolitan Police. Born in Bury, Lancashire, and educated at Harrow .
http://www.met.police.uk/history/peel.htm


Heritage History: Sir Robert Peel
Robert Peel was a gifted and influential politician who was leader of the Tory . a Cambridge degree in Classics, a large and prosperous family, and a trust fund.
http://www.heritage-history.com/www/heritage.php?Dir=characters&FileName=peel.php


Edmund Grimshaw Married into the Peel Family
The following article on Sir Robert Peel is taken from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. . The Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, Bt . The Peel Web For A-level History students.
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Robert Peel... Founder of Police Force
Nov 5, 2006 . His father, Sir Robert Peel (1750-1830), was a wealthy cotton. . Ancestry Aid - Free Genealogy and Family History Community - Free .
http://www.ancestryaid.co.uk/boards/family-history-genealogy-information/1716-robert-peel-founder-police-force.html


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Sir Robert Peel (1788-1850)
Mar 11, 2002 . Robert Peel twice served as Prime Minister: from 10 December 1834 to . James Hargreaves; when the family moved to Drayton Manor in 1798 .
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Sir Robert Peel, 1st Baronet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Robert Peel, 1st Baronet (25 April 1750 3 May 1830), was a British politician and . 1 Background; 2 Business career; 3 Political career; 4 Family; 5 Notes .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Robert_Peel,_1st_Baronet

Earl Peel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Peel was the fifth son of Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet, of Drayton Manor (see below for earlier history of the family). The first Earl was succeeded .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earl_Peel

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BBC - A History of the World - Object : Sir Robert Peel's cradle
A History of the World - Object : Sir Robert Peel 2nd Baronet was born at Chamber Hall in Bury in 1788; he was born into a family where money was no ...
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Sir Robert Peel - Westminster Abbey
Sir Robert Peel. History. In the north transept of Westminster Abbey is a white marble . His father was a Member of Parliament and moved his family down to .
http://www.westminster-abbey.org/our-history/people/sir-robert-peel

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