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'heath' can also refer to...

Adrian Heath (1920—1992) artist and art teacher

Al 'Tootie' Heath (b. 1935)

Ambrose Heath (1891—1969) writer on cookery and journalist

Anthony F. Heath

Arctic heath


battle of Blore Heath

battle of Rowton Heath

battle of Wrotham Heath

Benjamin Heath (1704—1766) literary scholar and book collector

Benjamin Heath Malkin (1769—1842) schoolmaster and antiquary

Bob Heath

Charles Heath (1761—1830) topographical printer

Charles Heath Wilson (1809—1882) art administrator and educationist

Christopher Heath (1802—1876) minister of the Catholic Apostolic church

Christopher Heath (1835—1905) surgeon

Christopher Heath Wellman

Conway Walter Heath Pulford (c. 1892—1942) air force officer

Cuthbert Eden Heath (1859—1939) underwriter and insurance broker

D. C. Heath (1885)

Dave Heath (b. 1956)

Douglas Denon Heath (1811—1897) lawyer and author

Dunbar Isidore Heath (1816—1888) Church of England clergyman

Edward Heath (1916—2005) prime minister

Egdon Heath

George Edward Heath (1902—1969) trombonist and bandleader

Haywards Heath

Heath Brothers

heath forest


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A plant community that is dominated by low‐growing shrubs with woody stems and narrow leaves (members of the Ericaceae or heather family), which often grow on acidic or upland soils.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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