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Sampson


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Sampson Price (1586—1630) Church of England clergyman and religious writer

Sampson Reed (1800—1880)

Anthony Sampson (1926—2004) journalist and author

Carolyn Sampson (b. 1974)

Deborah Sampson (1760—1827)

Edgar Sampson (b. 1907)

Edith Sampson (1901—1979)

Fay Sampson (b. 1935)

George Sampson (1873—1950) literary scholar

Henry Sampson (c. 1629—1700) ejected minister and historian of dissent

Henry Sampson (1841—1891) newspaper proprietor and editor

John Sampson (1862—1931) librarian and Romani scholar

Richard Sampson (c. 1495—1554) bishop of Coventry and Lichfield

 

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In the Old Testament (Judg. 14–16), famous for his strength, which lay in his hair, a secret that was betrayed to the Philistines by his lover Delilah (Dalida). This led ...

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