'Edmond' can also refer to...

Arthur Edmond Clouston (1908—1984) air force officer

(Charles) Edmond Coussemaker (1805—1876)

Edmond Beales (1803—1881) radical

Edmond Clément (1867—1928)

Edmond de Goncourt (1822—1896) Edmond de and Jules de, French novelists and critics

Edmond Duranty (1833—1880)

Edmond Fierlants (1819—1869)

Edmond George Petty Fitzmaurice (1846—1935) politician and historian

Edmond Gore Alexander Holmes (1850—1936) inspector of schools

Edmond Got (1822—1901)

Edmond H. Fischer (b. 1920)

Edmond Hall (1901—1967)

Edmond Halley (1656—1742) astronomer

Edmond Henry Pery (1758—1845) politician

Edmond Herbert Grove Hills (1864—1922) astronomer

Edmond Hoyle (1672—1769) writer on card games

Edmond Jabès (1912—1991)

Edmond Jaloux (1878—1949)

Edmond Lachenal (b. 1855)

Edmond Lilly (1646—1716) portrait painter

Edmond Malinvaud

Edmond Malone (1741—1812) literary scholar and biographer

Edmond Marie Marin La Meslée (1852—1893)

Edmond Martène (1654—1739)

Edmond Prideaux (1601—1659) lawyer and politician

Edmond Richer (1559—1631)

Edmond Rostand (1868—1918) French dramatist and poet

Edmond Sexton Pery (1719—1806) speaker of the Irish House of Commons

Edmond Vergnet (1850—1904)


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The Earl of Gloucester's son by his mistress, vows to supplant his older half-brother Edgar in The Tragedy of King Lear (spelled ‘Edmund’ in The History of King Lear).

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Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.

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