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|John George Dodson, 1st Baron Monk Bretton||John George Dodson, 1st Baron Monk Bretton PC (18 October 1825 ? 25 May 1897), known before 1884 as John George Dodson, was a British Liberal politician.|
|John Dodson, 2nd Baron Monk Bretton||John William Dodson, 2nd Baron Monk Bretton, CB (March 27 1903), (September 22, 1869 - July 29, 1933), diplomat, sometime chairman of London County Council, and landowner.|
|John Dodson, 3rd Baron Monk Bretton||John Charles Dodson, 3rd Baron Monk Bretton (born 17 July 1924) is an agriculturist, Sussex landowner, UK peer of the realm, and long serving member of the House of Lords.|