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Adam Watt

Alan Watts (1915—1973)

Alaric Alexander Watts (1797—1864) journalist and poet

Alexander Pollock Watt (1838—1914) literary agent

Alexander Stuart Watt (1892—1985) plant ecologist

Alison Watt (b. 1965)

Allan Watt Downie (1901—1988) medical microbiologist

André Watts (b. 1946)

Annie Watt Whitelaw (1875—1966) headmistress and educationist

Ben Watt (b. 1962)

Benedikt von Watt

Charles Albert Watts (1858—1946) freethought editor and publisher

Charles Watts (1836—1906) secularist and journalist

Charles Watts Whistler (1856—1913)

Charlie Watts (b. 1941)

Christian Watt (1833—1923) fisherwoman and memoirist

Cyril Watters (1907—1984)

Dame Katherine Christie Watt (1886—1963) nurse and civil servant

David Harrington Watt

David Watts Morgan (1867—1933) miners' leader and politician

Donald Watts Davies (1924—2000) computer scientist

Ernie Watts (b. 1945)

Frederick Waters Watts (c. 1800—1870) landscape painter

G. F. Watts (1817—1904) painter and sculptor

(George) Fiddes Watt (1873—1960) portrait painter

Gilbert Watts (c. 1590—1657) Church of England clergyman and translator

Gustavus Watts Cunningham (1881—1968)

Harry Raymond Egerton Watt (1906—1987) film director

Heather Watts (b. 1953)

Helen Watts (1927—2009)


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Is known only as a witness to a number of charters by Nothhelm which have been dated c.692–c.725. There were several kings and sub-kings at this period, possibly corresponding to east and west Sussex.

Subjects: British History.

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