'Bertha' can also refer to...

Agnes Bertha Marshall (1855—1905) ice-cream maker

Alice Bertha Gomme (1853—1938) folklorist

Bertha (c. 565—606) queen in Kent, consort of Æthelberht

Bertha Behrens

Bertha Capen Reynolds (1885—1978)

Bertha 'Chippie' Hill (1905—1950)

Bertha Henry Buxton (1844—1881) novelist and children's author

Bertha Honoré Palmer (1849—1918)

Bertha Jane Johnson (1846—1927) promoter of women's higher education

Bertha Lawson (1876—1957)

Bertha Lutz (1894—1976)

Bertha Mahony Miller (1882—1969)

Bertha of Sulzbach

Bertha Pappenheim (1859—1936)

Bertha Rochester

Bertha Ronge (1818—1863) educationist

Bertha, the Sewing Machine Girl

Bertha van der Dijs

Bertha von Suttner (1843—1914)

Big Bertha

Big Bertha

Carlos Bertha

Cicely Bertha Hale (1884—1981) suffragette and health visitor

Dame Bertha Surtees Newall (1877—1932) educationist and Scandinavian scholar

Ethel Bertha Harrison (1851—1916) positivist and essayist

Gertrude Anna Bertha Hermes (1901—1983) printmaker, sculptor, and designer

Kalish, Bertha (1874—1939)

(Matilda Emilie) Bertha McNamara (1853—1931)


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(Weir: Blond Eckbert). Mez. Wife of Blond Eckbert. She describes to their friend Walther her earlier life, brought up by an old woman. Bertha becomes ill and dies. The old woman reveals to Eckbert that Bertha was really his sister, abandoned by her father in childhood. Created (1994) by Anne-Marie Owens.

Subjects: Opera.

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