Winifred

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Robert Benham (politician) - Family
... He is descended from Winifred King, his Great Great Grandmother, who along with her daughter (also Winifred), was brought up on charges of witchcraft in 1697 in Wallingford, Connecticut ... In 1692, Winifred's mother also appeared at a preliminary trial infamously known as the Salem Witch Trials ...
Winifred - Ships
... SS Winifred (1901), a Uganda Railway Lake Victoria ferry scuttled in 1936 USS Winifred (ID-1319), a United States Navy tanker and cargo ship in commission from 1918 ...
Winifred Hervey
... Winifred Hervey (born May 14, 1955) is an American television producer and screenwriter ... She is sometimes credited as Winifred Hervey Stallworth ...
Scepomycter - Taxonomy
... The Rubeho Warbler is a cryptic species only described as separate from the Winifred's Warbler in 2009 ... Winifred's Warbler (and by association, the Rubeho Warbler) have sometimes been included in the genus Bathmocercus ... Winifred's Warbler (Scepomycter winifredae) ...
Winifred Westover
... Winifred Westover (November 9, 1899 - March 19, 1978) was a Hollywood actress of the 1910s and 1920s ... Winifred Westover was born in San Francisco, California ...