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Ambrose the elder Godfrey (1660—1741) chemist

(Arthur) Godfrey Kilner Brown (1915—1995) athlete and schoolmaster

(Benjamin) Godfrey Windus (1790—1867) art collector

(Bernard) Godfrey Argent (1937—2006) photographer

Cecil Godfrey Rawling (1870—1917) army officer and explorer

Charles Godfrey Leland (1824—1903)

Charles Godfrey Woide (1725—1790) oriental scholar and librarian

Colonel Godfrey T. Greene (1807—1886)

(Cyril) Godfrey Baseley (1904—1997) radio broadcaster and writer

Daniel Godfrey (1868—1939) conductor

Daniel Godfrey (1831—1903) army officer, bandmaster, and composer

Dave Godfrey (b. 1938)

Derek Godfrey (1924—1983)

Elizabeth Godfrey (1854—1918)

Ellen Godfrey (b. 1942)

Garret Godfrey (d. 1539)

George Godfrey Harrap (1868—1938) publisher

Godfrey (c. 1113—1135) bishop of Bath

Godfrey Blunden (1906—1996)

Godfrey Charles Isaacs (1866—1925) industrialist

Godfrey Charles Morgan (1831—1913) soldier and landowner

Godfrey Charles Mundy (1804—1860)

Godfrey de Lucy (c. 1160—1204) bishop of Winchester

Godfrey de Ludham (c. 1195—1265) archbishop of York

Godfrey E. P. Hertslet (1870—1947)

Godfrey Elton (1892—1973) historian

Godfrey Giffard (c. 1235—1302) administrator and bishop of Worcester

Godfrey Goldsborough (1548—1604) bishop of Gloucester

Godfrey Goodman (1583—1656) bishop of Gloucester


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Three counts of Leuven and dukes of Brabant (1106–90). Godfrey I (1095–1139; r. 1106–39) was made duke of Lower Lorraine by Henry V in 1106, but the title duke of ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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