t. mayhew

Mayhew

[mey-hyoo]
noun
1.
Jonathan, 1720–66, American Congregational clergyman.
2.
Thomas, 1593–1682, American colonist, born in England: settler and governor of Martha's Vineyard.
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Mayhew (ˈmeɪhjuː)
 
n
Henry. 1812--87, British social commentator, journalist, and writer; a founder of Punch (1841): best known for London Labour and the London Poor (1851--62)

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