Etheldred


Etheldred
Etheldred Anglo-Saxon fem. proper name, O.E. Æðelðryð, lit. "of noble strength" (see AUDREY (Cf. Audrey)).

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  • James E. Williams (mayor) — James Etheldred Williams (January 16, 1826 ndash; April 10, 1900) was an American politician who served as a two term antebellum mayor of Atlanta, Georgia, during Reconstruction.Born in Grainger County, Tennessee, the second of ten children, he… …   Wikipedia

  • Percival Stacy Waddy — (8 January 1875 ndash; 8 February 1937), Australian schoolmaster, clergyman and cricketer.Percival Stacy Waddy was born at Carcoar, New South Wales, on 8 January 1875. He was the son of Richard A. Waddy, bank manager and his wife, a daughter of… …   Wikipedia

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