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Andrew Aubrey (c. 1311—1356) merchant and mayor of London

Aubrey Beardsley (1872—1898) illustrator

Aubrey Brain (1893—1955)

Aubrey Clarence Menen (1912—1989)

Aubrey de Vere (c. 1071—1141) administrator

Aubrey de Vere (c. 1126—1194) magnate

Aubrey de Vere (c. 1339—1400) magnate

Aubrey de Vere (1627—1703) nobleman

Aubrey De Vere (1814—1902) poet

Aubrey Edward Singer (1927—2007) broadcasting executive

Aubrey Edwin Orchard Lisle (1908—1989) commercial estate agent

Aubrey FitzGerald Bell (1881—1950) Portuguese and Spanish scholar

(Aubrey) Geoffrey Frederick Rippon (1924—1997) politician

Aubrey George Spencer (1795—1872) bishop of Newfoundland

Aubrey Haynie (b. 1974)

Aubrey Hitchins (1906—1969)

Aubrey Jones (1911—2003) politician and industrialist

Aubrey L. Gilbert

Aubrey Lackington Moore (1848—1890) theologian and philosopher

(Aubrey) Leo Kennedy (1885—1965) journalist

Aubrey Nigel Henry Molyneux Herbert (1880—1923) diplomatist and traveller

Aubrey Williams (1926—1990) artist

C. Aubrey Smith (1863—1948) actor and cricketer

Charles Stuart Aubrey Abbott (1834—1882) diplomatist

Edwin Ewart Aubrey (1896—1956)

John Aubrey (1626—1697) antiquary and biographer

John Aubrey Conway Howarth (1896—1984) actor

Lord Aubrey Beauclerk (c. 1710—1741) naval officer

Melbourn Evans Aubrey (1885—1957) Baptist minister and ecumenist


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