Hugh

Hugh is a common English name:

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Hugh Arbuthnot (British Army Officer)
... General Sir Hugh Arbuthnot, KCB (1780 – 11 June 1868) was Member of Parliament for Kincardineshire 1826–1865 ... Sir Hugh, a son of John Arbuthnot, 7th Viscount of Arbuthnott, was the younger brother of John Arbuthnott, 8th Viscount of Arbuthnott and helped the latter ...
Life In The Iron Mills - Characters
... Hugh Wolfe is a Welsh puddler, who was born into poverty, is a laborer who turns pig iron into wrought iron by puddling ... Despite the demanding hours at the mill, Hugh has a special talent artistic talent to sculpt out of korl, "a light, porous substance, of a delicate, waxen, flesh-colored tinge ... Many of the workers make fun of Hugh for his interest in sculpting and his relationship with Deborah ...
Hugh And I
... Hugh and I was a highly successful black-and-white British sitcom that aired from 1962 to 1967 ... It starred Terry Scott and Hugh Lloyd as two friends who shared lodgings with Terry's mother and was followed by a sequel called Hugh and I Spy ... Hugh and I was written by John T ...
Eric Birley - Birley Family
... Eric was the great-great-nephew of Hugh Hornby Birley, who led the troops at the Peterloo Massacre ... The Birley family tree Richard Birley (1743–1812) Hugh Hornby Birley (1778–1845) Joseph Birley (1782–1847) Joseph Hornby Birley (1827 - 1881) Thomas Hornby Birley (1815–1885) Hugh Birley (1817 ...
Hugh, Son Of Charlemagne
... Hugh (802–844) was the illegitimate son of Charlemagne and his concubine Regina, with whom he had one other son Bishop Drogo of Metz (801–855) ... Hugh was the abbot of several abbacies Saint-Quentin (822–823), Lobbes (836), and Saint-Bertin (836) ... He is sometimes confused with Hugh the Abbot, resulting in the erroneous claim that he had a daughter, Petronilla (born 825, date of death unknown), who married ...

Famous quotes containing the word hugh:

    He kicked the ball with his right foot,
    And catched it with his knee,
    And through and through the Jew’s window
    He gared the bonny ball flee.
    —Unknown. Hugh of Lincoln (l. 5–8)

    But country folks who live beneath
    The shadow and the steeple;
    The parson and the parson’s wife,
    And mostly married people;
    —Arthur Hugh Clough (1819–1861)

    [If] Playboy’s Hugh Hefner has done nothing else for American culture, he has given it two of the great lies of the twentieth century: “I buy it for the fiction” and “I buy it for the interview.”
    Nora Ephron (b. 1941)