'Shirley' can also refer to...

Anthems In Eden (Collins, Shirley And Dolly album)

Charles William Shirley Brooks (1816—1874) journalist and playwright

Diamonds: The Best Of Shirley Bassey (Shirley Bassey album)

Elizabeth Shirley (1565—1641) Augustinian nun and author

Evelyn Philip Shirley (1812—1882) antiquary and genealogist

Evelyn Shirley Shuckburgh (1843—1906) classical scholar

Frederick John Shirley Tanner (1889—1965) trade unionist

Frederick Joseph John Shirley (1890—1967) headmaster

George Shirley (b. 1934)

Henry Shirley (c. 1594—1627) playwright

Here's To Life: Shirley Horn With Strings (Shirley Horn album)

I'm In The Mood For Love (Shirley Bassey album)

James Shirley (1596—1666) playwright and poet

(James) Shirley Hibberd (1825—1890) journalist and writer on horticulture

John Shirley (c. 1366—1456) author, translator, and scribe

John Shirley (b. 1954)

John Shirley (1648—1679) author

John Shirley-Quirk (b. 1931)

Laurence Shirley (1720—1760) murderer

Roy Shirley

Sewallis Evelyn Shirley (1844—1904) politician and founder of the Kennel Club


Shirley. A Tale, and related manuscripts

Shirley And Lee

Shirley Ann Grau (b. 1929)

Shirley Ann Jackson (b. 1946)

Shirley Bassey (b. 1937)

Shirley Bergeron (b. 1933)

Shirley Booth (1898—1992)


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Village off the A52, 10 m. NW of Derby. John Cowper Powys and his brother Theodore Francis were born at their father's rectory in 1872 and in 1875 respectively. ...

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