• Edward L. Feightner

    Edward L. Feightner

    Rear Admiral Edward Lewis "Whitey" Feightner (born October 14, 1919) is a retired United States Navy officer who fought in a number of significant battles in the World War II Pacific Theater of Operations. During two combat tours, he shot down nine enemy aircraft to become a flying ace.

  • Edward Lee

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  • Luke Edward Wright

    Luke Edward Wright

    Luke Edward Wright (August 29, 1846 – November 17, 1922) was a United States political figure. He served as Governor-General of the Philippines between 1904 and 1906 and also as Secretary of War from 1908 to 1909.

  • Edward Lee Greene

    Edward Lee Greene

    Edward Lee Greene (August 20, 1843 – November 10, 1915) was an American botanist known for his numerous publications including the two-part Landmarks of Botanical History and the naming or redescribing of over 4,400 species of plants in the American West.

  • Edward Lee (bishop)

    Edward Lee (c. 1482 – 13 September 1544) was Archbishop of York from 1531 until his death.

  • Edward Lee (writer)

    Edward Lee (born May 25, 1957) is an American novelist specializing in the field of horror who has written 40 books, more than half of which have been published by mass-market New York City paperback companies such as Leisure /Dorchester, Berkley, and Zebra /Kensington. He is a Bram Stoker award nominee for his story “Mr. Torso,” and his short stories have appeared in over a dozen mass-market anthologies, including the award-winning 999. Several of his novels have sold translation rights to Germany, Greece, Romania, and Poland. He also publishes quite actively in the small-press/limited-edition hardcover market; many of his books in this category have become collector's items. While a number of Lee's projects have been optioned for film, only one has been made, Header, which was released on DVD in June 2009.

  • Edward Lee, 1st Earl of Lichfield

    Edward Lee, 1st Earl of Lichfield

    Edward Henry Lee, 1st Earl of Lichfield (4 February 1663 – 14 July 1716) was an English peer, the son of a baronet, who at 14 years of age married one of the illegitimate daughters of King Charles II, Charlotte Lee, prior to which he was made Earl of Lichfield. They had a large family; Lady Lichfield bore him 18 children. He was a staunch Tory and followed James II to Rochester, Kent after the king's escape from Whitehall in December 1688. His subsidiary titles were Viscount Quarendon and Baron Spelsbury.

  • Mary Lee Edward

    Dr. Mary Lee Edward (1885–1980) was a pioneer amongst women in medicine and a hero in the first world war. Ms Edward was born in Petrolia, Ontario, Canada, the daughter of Alexander Clark Edward and Jennie Gertrude Dawson. Interested in research, she moved to the New York Infirmary for Women and Children in New York City where she was awarded a scholarship to study surgery for a year in Vienna. On her return she was appointed chief resident surgeon at the Infirmary.

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