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Dudley Baines

Edward Baines (1774—1848) newspaper proprietor, politician, and historian

Frederick Ebenezer Baines (1832—1911) promoter of telegraphy

James Baine (1710—1790) minister of the Relief church

John Baine (1712—1790)

John Baines (1787—1838) mathematician

Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908—1973) American Democratic statesman, 36th President of the US 1963–9

Mary Baines

Matthew Talbot Baines (1799—1860) politician

Paul Baines

Peter Baines (1786—1843) vicar apostolic of the western district

Sarah Jane Baines (1866—1951) suffragette and social reformer

Sir Edward Baines (1800—1890) journalist, politician, and educationist

Sir George Grenfell Baines (1908—2003) architect and town planner

Sir John Baines Johnston (1918—2005) civil servant and diplomatist

Stanley Baines Hamilton (1889—1977) civil engineer and historian

Talbot Baines Reed (1852—1893) children's writer and printer

Thomas Baines (1820—1875) artist and explorer

Thomas Baines (1806—1881) journalist, newspaper proprietor, and local historian

William Baines (1899—1922)

W.M. Baines (d. 1912)


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[Ir., whiteness, pallor].

A female figure or princess in early Irish place-name legends. She may be the daughter of Frigriu mac Rubai Ruaid, who gave his name to the great stone fort in Co. Donegal, Ailech, Ailech Frigrenn, or Greenan Elly. In another story she is the daughter of Tuathal Techtmar, ancestor of the kings of Ireland.

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