Harold - People

People

Given name
  • Harold (given name), including a list of persons and fictional characters with the name
  • Harold Harefoot, or Harold I (c. 1015 – 1040), King of England from 1035 to 1040
  • Harold Godwinson, or Harold II (c. 1022 – 1066), the last Anglo-Saxon king of England
  • Harold (martyr) (died 1168), child martyr and saint
Surname
  • Harold (surname), surname in the English language

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