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Charles Cheers Wakefield (1859—1941) oil industrialist and philanthropist

Charles Wakefield Cadman (1881—1946)

Daniel Wakefield (1776—1846) barrister and writer on political economy

diocese of Wakefield

Edward Gibbon Wakefield (1796—1862) promoter of colonization

Edward Jerningham Wakefield (1820—1879)

Edward Wakefield (1774—1854) philanthropist, land agent, and writer on political economy

Frank Wakefield (b. 1934)

Gilbert Wakefield (1756—1801) biblical scholar and religious controversialist

Gordon Stevens Wakefield (1921—2000) Methodist minister and scholar

Henry Wakefield (c. 1335—1395) administrator and bishop of Worcester

J. C. Wakefield

John of Wakefield (fl. c. 1285—1304) schoolman and medical writer

Peter of Wakefield (c. 1143—1218) hermit

Priscilla Wakefield (1750—1832) author and philanthropist

Rebecca Wakefield (1844—1873) missionary wife

Robert Wakefield (c. 1504—1537) Hebraist

Thomas Wakefield (c. 1513—1575) Hebraist

Tom Wakefield (1935—1996)

Vicar of Wakefield

Wakefield, Harry

Wakefield Melanie

Wakefield system

William Hayward Wakefield (1801—1848) colonist in New Zealand

(William) Wavell Wakefield (1898—1983) sportsman and politician


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Industrial town on the A6638, 12 m. S of Leeds. Charles Waterton, naturalist and author of Wanderings in South America (1825), was born (1782) at nearby Walton Hall ...

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