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Encyclopedia > Robert Blake

There have been several notable individuals with the name Robert Blake:

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Robert Blake (admiral) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1314 words)
Robert Blake (1599 – August 17, 1657) was one the most important military commanders of the Commonwealth of England, and one of the most famous English admirals of the 17th century.
Blake's most famous exploits on land were at the Siege of Bristol (July 1643), Siege of Lyme (April 1644), Siege of Taunton (1645) and the Siege of Dunster (November 1645).
Blake's brother Benjamin Blake (1614–1689) served under Robert, emigrated to Carolina in 1682, and was the father of Joseph Blake, governor of South Carolina in 1694 and from 1696 to 1700.
NodeWorks - Encyclopedia: Robert Blake (actor) (1069 words)
Blake is probably best known for his Emmy Award-winning role of Tony Baretta in the popular TV series Baretta (1975 to 1978), in which he played an undercover police detective who specialized in disguises.
Blake and Bakley married November 19, 2000 after DNA tests proved that he was in fact the biological father of Rose.
On March 16, 2005, Blake was found not guilty of the murder of Bonnie Lee Bakley, and of one of the two counts of soliciting a former stuntman to murder her.
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