'Gertrude' can also refer to...

Berg, Gertrude (1899—1966)

Dame Gertrude More (1606—1633)

Esther Gertrude Roper (1868—1938) suffragist

Florence Gertrude de Fonblanque (1864—1949) suffragist

Florence Gertrude Horsbrugh (1889—1969) politician


Gertrude Anna Bertha Hermes (1901—1983) printmaker, sculptor, and designer

Gertrude Atherton (1857—1948)

Gertrude Baillie Weaver (1855—1926) writer and feminist

Gertrude Barbara Rich Tennant (1819—1918) society hostess

Gertrude Bell (1868—1926) traveller, archaeologist, and diplomatist

Gertrude Bone (1876—1962)

Gertrude Carman Bussey (1888—1961)

Gertrude Caton-Thompson (1888—1985) archaeologist

Gertrude Courtenay (c. 1488—1563) noblewoman and courtier

Gertrude E. H. Bustill Mossell (1855—1948)

Gertrude Elizabeth Campbell (1857—1911) art critic and journalist

Gertrude Elizabeth Margaret Anscombe (1919—2001) philosopher

Gertrude Emily Benham (1867—1938) traveller and collector

Gertrude Ezorsky (1926)

Gertrude Gwendolen Bevan Crewdson (1872—1913) college administrator and benefactor

Gertrude Hart

Gertrude Jekyll (1843—1932) artist and garden designer

Gertrude Kappel (1884—1971)

Gertrude Käsebier (1852—1934)

Gertrude Kingston (1866—1937) actress

Gertrude Lawrence (1898—1952) actress

Gertrude Lilian Elles (1872—1960) geologist and palaeontologist

Gertrude Mahon (c. 1752—1813) courtesan and actress


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1 (Gounod: Roméo et Juliette). Mez. Juliet's nurse. Created (1867) by Mme Duclos.

2 (Thomas: Hamlet). Mez. The Queen, mother of Hamlet, recently widowed and now about to marry Claudius, brother of her late husband the King. She and Claudius have conspired to cause her husband's death and she is terrified that Hamlet will find this out and seek revenge—which indeed he does. Created (1868) by Pauline Guéymard‐Lauters.

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