'Carpenters' can also refer to...

Alexander Carpenter (fl. c. 1419—1439) religious author

Alfred Francis Blakeney Carpenter (1881—1955) naval officer

Alfred John Carpenter (1825—1892) physician and propagandist for the cause of sewage farming

Carleton Carpenter (b. 1926)


a carpenter is known by his chips

Carpenter, Walter Samuel, Jr (1888—1976)

carpentered world

carpenter's Gothic

Carpenter's Scene

carpenter's stopper

Carpenter's syndrome

Carrie M. Carpenter

Close To You (Carpenters album)

Come On Come On (Mary Chapin Carpenter album)

Edward Carpenter (1844—1929) campaigner for homosexual equality and socialist writer

Edward Childs Carpenter (1872—1950)

Edward Frederick Carpenter (1910—1998) dean of Westminster and ecclesiastical historian

Emily Ann Carpenter (1834—1933) college head

Frederic Carpenter Skey (1798—1872) surgeon

George Alfred Carpenter (1859—1910) physician and paediatrician

George Carpenter (1657—1732) army officer

Grace Carpenter Hudson (1865—1937)

Henry Carpenter Longhurst (1909—1978) golf journalist and television broadcaster

Humphrey Carpenter (1946—2005) author, broadcaster, and musician

James Carpenter (1760—1845) naval officer

James Madison Carpenter (1888—1984)

Joel A. Carpenter

John Alden Carpenter (1876—1951)


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This brother-and-sister duo, famous for their easy-on-the-ear pop, featured Richard Carpenter (b. 15 October 1946, New Haven, Connecticut, USA; piano) and Karen Carpenter (b. 2 March 1950, New Haven, Connecticut ...

Subjects: Music.

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