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Reference list

Updates: October 2005

New subjects

Anstey, Rhoda (1865–1936), promoter of women's physical education
Ashby, David of (fl. 1260–1275), Dominican friar
Barry, Charles Robert (1823–1897), judge
Bellenger, Frederick John (1894–1968), politician
Bentley, Thomas (c.1543x6–1585), literary compiler
Best, Richard Irvine (1872–1959), philologist and bibliographer
Blencowe, Anne, Lady Blencowe (1656–1718), compiler of recipes
Bristed, Charles Astor (1820–1874), literary critic and writer on English university life
Brown, Basil John Wait (1888–1977), archaeologist and astronomer
Browne, Kathleen Anne (1876–1943), politician and historian
Browne, Thomas, fourth Viscount Kenmare (1726–1795), landowner and politician
Brugha, Caitlin (1879–1959), company director and politician
Buckeridge, Baynbrigg (1667/8–1733), writer on art
Buttall, Jonathan (1752–1805), ironmonger
Cadman, Robert (1711/12–1740), ropeslider
Clarke, (Charles) Allen (1863–1935), journalist and dialect writer
Clarke, George Thomas Smith- (1884–1960), automobile and medical engineer
Concannon, Helena (1878–1952), historian and politician
Conchobar mac Donnchada (d. 833), high-king of Ireland
Cornwallis, Anne, countess of Argyll (d. 1635), Roman Catholic benefactor and supposed author
Cuffe, Ellen Odette, countess of Desart (1857–1933), philanthropist and politician
Czira, Sidney (1889–1974), journalist and Irish republican activist
Dafydd ab Ieuan ab Iorwerth (d. in or before 1503), abbot of Valle Crucis and bishop of St Asaph
Dafydd ab Owain (d. 1513), abbot of Aberconwy and bishop of St Asaph
Darwin, Anne Elizabeth [Annie] (1841–1851), daughter of Charles Darwin and subject of a memorial essay
Darwin, William Erasmus (1839–1914), subject of a study in child psychology
Delany, William (1835–1924), Jesuit priest and educationist
Dering, Unton, Lady Dering (d. 1676), letter writer and political agent
Dodd, Elizabeth (1909–1989), children's writer and broadcaster
Douglas, James Green (1887–1954), Irish senator and businessman
Egerton, Bridget, Lady Egerton (d. 1648), religious writer
Egerton, Henry (1689–1746), bishop of Hereford
Fane, Lady Rachael (bap. 1613, d. 1680), estate manager and benefactor
Faulkner, Charles Joseph (1833–1892), university teacher and associate of William Morris
Flockhart, Robert (1778–1857), street preacher
Freney, William (fl. 1263–1286), Dominican friar and archbishop of Edessa
Gibson, George (1885–1953), trade unionist and mental health worker
Gifford, Grace Evelyn Mary Vandeleur (1888–1955), artist and Irish nationalist
Ginnell, Laurence (bap. 1852, d. 1923), lawyer and Irish republican
Glennie, George (1818–1886), golfer
Godwin, Matthew (1569?–1587), organist and choirmaster
Greenlaw, Gilbert (c.1354–1421/2), administrator and bishop of Aberdeen
Hamilton, Margaret, Lady Belhaven and Stenton (b. in or before 1625, d. in or after 1694), royalist heroine and medical practitioner
Hargreaves, (Charles) Roger (1935–1988), copywriter and children's author
Hearne, John Joseph (1893–1969), diplomat and lawyer
Innes, Alexander Taylor (1833–1912), lawyer and church historian
Johnston, (William) Denis (1901–1984), playwright and broadcaster
Joyce, Patrick Weston (1827–1914), educationist and antiquarian
King, Anne (b. in or before 1621, d. 1684x1701), poet and literary muse
L'Estrange, Alice, Lady L'Estrange (1585–1656), keeper of household and estate accounts
Lindsey, Mary (fl. 1697–1713), singer
Lynch, Eliza Alicia (1835–1886), mistress of Francisco Solano López, marshal-president of Paraguay
McGrath, Joseph Laurence (1888–1966), Irish republican and entrepreneur
Macleane, Lauchlin (1728/9–1778), political agent and speculator
McQuaid, John Charles Joseph (1895–1973), Roman Catholic archbishop of Dublin
Maguire, Samuel [Sam] (1877–1927), Irish republican and promoter of Gaelic sports
Martyr, Margaret (1761/2–1807), singer and actress
Maude, Francis Cornwallis (1828–1900), army officer and entrepreneur
Measom, Sir George Samuel (1818–1901), publisher and philanthropist
Mellows, Liam Joseph (1892–1922), Irish revolutionary
Middleton, Elizabeth (supp. fl. 1637), supposed poet
Milne, Sir John Sydney Wardlaw- (1879–1967), politician
Moulton, Sarah Goodin Barrett (1783–1795), subject of a painting by Thomas Lawrence
Munro, Robert, Baron Alness (1868–1955), lawyer and politician
O'Connell, Thomas Joseph (1882–1969), trade unionist and politician
Ó Fiaich, Tomás Seamus (1923–1990), scholar and cardinal
O'Mahony, Pierce Charles de Lacy (1850–1930), politician and philanthropist
Parkinson, Frank (1887–1946), electrical engineer and philanthropist
Paston, Katherine, Lady Paston (bap. 1578, d. 1629), estate manager and letter writer
Pavy, Salomon (bap. 1588, d. 1602), actor
Pearse, Margaret Mary (1878–1968), teacher and politician
Pegolotti, Francesco di Balducci (b. c.1280?, d. in or after 1347), merchant and author
Perlin, Étienne (fl. 1553–1558), writer and traveller
Redmond, Bridget Mary (1904–1952), landowner and politician
Reeves, Alec Harley (1902–1971), engineer and inventor
Reina, Casiodoro de (c.1520–1594), Reformed minister and translator
Reynes, Robert (d. 1505x12), scribe and local official
Rogers, Mary Ann (1855–1899), heroine
Shaw, Christian (b. c.1685, d. in or after 1737), witch accuser and thread manufacturer
Sheffield, Robert, marquess of Normanby (1711–1715), subject of a memorial effigy
Simmons, John Richardson Mainwaring (1902–1985), office systems pioneer and company director
Sinclair, Elizabeth Margaret [Betty] (1910–1981), trade unionist and communist
Smeathman, Henry (1742–1786), explorer and entomologist
Smith, Alan Verner [Sam] (1908–1983), toymaker and sculptor
Thaddeus, Harry Jones (1859–1929), painter
Thompson, Eric Norman (1929–1982), actor and theatre director
Townshend, Anne, Lady Townshend (1573–1622), gentlewoman and benefactor
Trace, Christopher Leonard (1933–1992), television and radio presenter
Walshe, Joseph Patrick (1886–1956), diplomatist
Waterhouse, Charles (1893–1975), politician and businessman
Wedel, Lupold von (1544–1615), traveller and writer
Weld, Mary, Lady Weld (bap. 1560?, d. 1623), benefactor and patron of ministers
Wigmore, Winefrid (1585–1657), Roman Catholic religious sister and schoolmistress
Wilkie, Dorette (1867–1930), promoter of women's physical education
Williams, John Henry (bap. 1747, d. 1829), Church of England clergyman and peace advocate
Wrighten, Mary Ann (1751–1796), singer and actress
Wynn, Sir Watkin Williams, fourth baronet (1749–1789), patron of the arts and politician

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Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Belize
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Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Canada
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Cyprus
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Dominica
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Fiji
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in the Gambia
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Ghana
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Grenada
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Guyana
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in India
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Jamaica
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Kenya
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Kiribati
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Lesotho
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Malawi
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Malaysia
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Malta
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Mauritius
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Myanmar
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Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Nigeria
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Pakistan
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Seychelles
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Sierra Leone
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Singapore
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in the Solomon Islands
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in South Africa
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Sri Lanka
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in St Kitts and Nevis
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in St Lucia
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in St Vincent and the Grenadines
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Swaziland
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Tanzania
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Tonga
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Trinidad and Tobago
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Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Vanuatu
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Zambia
Colonial administrators and post-independence leaders in Zimbabwe
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