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|Peter Arundell||Peter Arundell (Ilford, Essex, 8 November 1933 - 16 June 2009) was a racing driver from England, who raced in Formula One for the Lotus team.|
|Arundell Arundell||The Arundell family were a very old Norman family settled in Cornwall and dating back to about the middle of the thirteenth century.|
|Humphrey Arundell||Sir Humphrey Arundell (c.|
|Lady Blanche Arundell||Lady Blanche Arundell n?e Somerset (1583 ? 28 October, 1649) was born to Edward Somerset, 4th Earl of Worcester and Lady Elizabeth Hastings.|
|John Arundell||Sir John Arundell of Trerice (1576-?1656), nicknamed "Jack for the King", was a Cornish Member of Parliament, and Royalist governor of Pendennis Castle during the English Civil War.|
|John Arundell||Sir John Arundell of Trerice (1495-1561), nicknamed "Tilbury Jack", was a leader of the English Royal Navy at the time of King Henry VIII and Edward VI and twice High Sheriff of Cornwall.|