'Oswald' can also refer to...

Alice Oswald (b. 1966)

(Arthur) Oswald Barron (1868—1939) genealogist and heraldist

David Oswald Thomas (b. 1924)

(Edward Oswald) Gabriel Turville Petre (1908—1978) Icelandic scholar

Eugene Oswald (1826—1912) teacher and writer

(Frederick) Oswald Barnett (1883—1972)

Genevieve Oswald

Gilbert Oswald Smith (1872—1943) footballer and schoolmaster

(Hugh) Oswald Short (1883—1969) aeronautical engineer

James Oswald (1715—1769) politician

James Oswald (1703—1793) Church of Scotland minister and philosophical writer

James Oswald (1710—1769) musician and publisher

John Oswald (c. 1760—1793) journalist and poet

John W. Oswald

Lee Harvey Oswald (1939—1963) American alleged assassin of John F. Kennedy

Lionel Evelyn Oswald Charlton (1879—1958) air force officer and author

Marcus Oswald Hornby Lecky Birley (1930—2007) club owner

Oswald (fl. c. 996—1052) Benedictine monk and scholar

Oswald Baldner (1515)

Oswald Bayer

Oswald Boelcke (1891—1916)

Oswald Chambers (1874—1917) missionary and author

Oswald Corda (c. 1390—1434) author and prior of the Charterhouse, Perth

Oswald Crawfurd (1834—1909) writer and diplomatist

Oswald Denniston (1913—2000)

Oswald Garrison Villard (1872—1949)

Oswald Glaidt (1490—1546)

Oswald Hanfling (1927—2005)

Oswald John Silberrad (1878—1960) chemist and explosives expert


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Goneril's steward in King Lear, is challenged by Kent (Tragedy of King Lear 2.2; History of King Lear 7) and killed by Edgar (4.5.249; History 20.242).

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