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Woolward
Woolward Wool"ward, adv. [Wool + -ward.] In wool; with woolen raiment next the skin. [Obs.]

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- Florence Helen Woolward (1854 Hammersmith – 3 January 1936) was an English botanical illustrator and author, and was commissioned by Schomberg Kerr, 9th...
- Iain Woolward (born 14 March 1949) is a British sailor. He competed in the Star event at the 1984 Summer Olympics. "Iain Woolward". Olympedia. Retrieved...
- Frances "****" Nelson, Viscountess Nelson, née Frances Herbert Woolward (1758 – 4 May 1831), is best known as the wife of Horatio Nelson, the British...
- Trafalgar, Spain Burial place St Paul's Cathedral Spouse(s) Frances Herbert Woolward Parent(s) Edmund Nelson (priest) Catherine Suckling Military career Allegiance...
- buyers was the advertising agency Woolward & Partners who used it in an adverti****t for computer equipment. Woolward & Partners was also threatened with...
- Administration. Retrieved June 19, 2015. Sumner, H. C. (September 1944). Woolward, Edgar W. (ed.). "The North Atlantic Hurricane Of September 8–14, 1944"...
- Florence Meier Chase American botanist 1902 1978-05-06 United States Florence Woolward British botanical illustrator and botanist 1854 1936-01-03 United Kingdom...
-  96–103 : 142–147  On 11 March 1787, Captain Nelson was married to Frances Woolward Nisbet, niece of John Herbert, President of the Nevis Council. They were...
- Binomial name Masdevallia civilis Rchb.f. & Warsz. Synonyms Masdevallia leontoglossa Rchb.f. Masdevallia aequiloba Regel Masdevallia fragrans Woolward...
- Cite journal requires |journal= (help) Sumner, H. C. (September 1944). Woolward, Edgar W. (ed.). "The North Atlantic Hurricane Of September 8–14, 1944"...