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'Hugh' can also refer to...

Alan Hugh Hillgarth (1899—1978) intelligence officer and author

Alexander Hugh Bruce (1849—1921) politician

Arnold Hugh Martin Jones (1904—1970) historian

Arthur Hugh Bunting (1917—2002) crop scientist

Arthur Hugh Clough (1819—1861) poet

Christopher Hugh Sykes (1907—1986) writer and traveller

Clifford Hugh Douglas (1879—1952) economic theorist

(Conel) Hugh O'Donel Alexander (1909—1974) chess player and cryptanalyst

D. Hugh Whittaker

Daisy Hugh Pryce

Earl of Tyrone, Hugh O'Neill (c. 1540—1616)

Edward Hugh Lindsay Sloper (1826—1887) pianist and music teacher

Edward Hugh Sothern (1859—1933)

F. Hugh Herbert (1898)

Fiach MacHugh O'Byrne (c. 1544—1597) chieftain

Fitz Hugh Ludlow (1836—1870)

Frank Hugh O'Donnell (1848—1916) writer and controversialist

Frank McHugh (1898—1981)

Franklyn Hugh Perring (1927—2003) botanist and conservationist

Frederic Hugh Page Creswell (1866—1948) politician in South Africa and mining engineer

Frederick Hugh Crawford (1861—1952)

(George) Hugh Nicholas Seton Watson (1916—1984) historian and political scientist

Gerald Hugh Micklem (1911—1988) golf administrator

Gilbert Hugh Beyfus (1885—1960) barrister

Heather McHugh (b. 1948)

Henry Hugh Armstead (1828—1905) sculptor and illustrator

Henry Hugh Arthur Fitzroy Somerset (1900—1984) founder of Badminton horse trials and huntsman

Henry Hugh Clutton (1850—1909) surgeon

Herland (Herlonde, Harlande), Hugh (1360—1405)

Hugh (c. 1089—1164) abbot of Reading and archbishop of Rouen


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In Dickens's Barnaby Rudge, the ostler of the Maypole Inn.

Subjects: Literature.

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