Charles townshend

Charles, 1725–67, English politician, chancellor of the exchequer for whom the Townshend Acts are named.
Charles, 2nd Viscount, nicknamed Turnip Townshend. 1674–1738, English politician and agriculturist
Pete born 1945, British rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter: member of the Who from 1964 and composer of much of their material


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