'weld' can also refer to...

Angelina Weld Grimké (1880—1958)

arc welding

Arthur Matthew Weld Downing (1850—1917) mathematician and astronomer

Charles Richard Weld (1813—1869) author

cold welding

Dave Weld

Frederick Aloysius Weld (1823—1891) premier of New Zealand and colonial governor

Humphrey Weld (1612—1685) property developer and administrator

Isaac Weld (1774—1856) topographical writer

Jane Charlotte Weld (1806—1871) convert to Roman Catholicism and benefactor

Louis Dwight Harvell Weld (b. 1882)

Mary Weld (c. 1555—1623) benefactor and patron of ministers


Pete Welding

pressure welding

Real Tuesday Weld

spot welding

Theodore Dwight Weld (1803—1895)

Thomas Weld (c. 1595—1661) Independent minister and religious controversialist

Thomas Weld (1750—1810) landowner and benefactor

Thomas Weld (1773—1837) cardinal

Weld, Grimké, Sarah Moore, and Angelina Grimké

Weld (Neil Young album)




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A crop that produced a yellow dye, hence its alternative name of ‘dyer's weed’. It was grown on warm, dry soils, and as it did not flower until the second year, it was sown with an intermediate crop of barley or oats. The chief area of production in the early modern period was the chalklands of Kent, especially around Canterbury and Wye.

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