Bridget

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Bridget - Other
... Bridget Rose Dugdale, English heiress who joined the Provisional Irish Republican Army Alternate spellings include Brigid or Brighid from Irish mythology Saint Brigid of Ireland Saint ...
Lady Bridget Manners
... Lady Bridget Manners (died 24 July 1604) was the daughter of John Manners, 4th Earl of Rutland, and his wife, the former Elizabeth Charlton ... Bridget Hussey, Countess of Bedford, the wife of Henry Manners, 2nd Earl of Rutland (Bridget Manners' grandfather), was so charmed with Bridget that she ... The Countess of Bedford's confidence in her was justified, as Bridget became the Queen's carver, a post of high honour ...
Bridget Bate Tichenor
... Bridget Bate Tichenor (born Bridget Pamela Arkwright Bate on November 22, 1917 – died on October 20, 1990), also known as Bridget Tichenor or B.B.T ...
Midnight Movie (film) - Plot
... The theater's staff, Bridget (Rebekah Brandes), Rachael (Brea Grant), and Kenny (Shaun Ausmus) welcome a small group of customers, including a biker couple, Harley (Stan ... Jon Briddell), who both believe Radford will appear, and Bridget's boyfriend Josh (Daniel Bonjour), who is accompanied by his friend Mario (Greg Cirulnick), Mario's girlfriend Samantha (Mandell ... Bridget's younger brother Timmy (Justin Baric) also arrives, but is sent home due to his age ...
Lady Bridget Wingfield - Family and Career
... Bridget was born on an unknown date, the daughter of Sir John Wiltshire, of Stone Castle, in Shurland, Kent, and Isabella Clothall ... She became a member of Catherine of Aragon's household, sometime before 1520, as Bridget was present at the Field of the Cloth of Gold in France ... Later, on an unknown date, Bridget became a Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Catherine's successor, Anne Boleyn ...