• Winifred Lily Boys-Smith

    Winifred Lily Boys-Smith

    Winifred Lily Boys-Smith (7 November 1865 – 1 January 1939) was an English science artist and lecturer, university professor, school principal. She was born in Corsham, Wiltshire, England on 7 November 1865.

  • Winifred MacBride

    Winifred MacBride was a Scottish-born concert pianist who achieved international acclaim in the first half of the twentieth century, particularly for her interpretations of the works of Beethoven and Tchaikovsky. Her 1924 concert at Queen's Hall, London, conducted by Sir Henry J. Wood, garnered critical raves for her technical virtuosity as well as the intelligence of her interpretive skills. MacBride was praised for her "intellectual serenity" and "radiance," the "elegance of her phrasing and touch," and her "unfailing technique." Others commented on her "spacious and sympathetic style," "admirable fire," and "her clear insight into the meaning of the music."

  • Winifred Curtis

    Winifred Mary Curtis AM (15 June 1905 – 14 October 2005) was a British -born Australian botanist, author and a pioneer researcher in plant embryology and cytology.

  • Saint Winifred

    Saint Winifred

    Saint Winifred (or Winefride, Welsh: Gwenffrewi; Latin: Wenefreda) was a Welsh virgin martyr of the 7th century. Her cult was celebrated as early as the 8th century, but became popular in England in the 12th, when her biography (vita) was first written down.

  • Winifred Carney

    Winifred Carney

    Maria Winifred Carney, also known as Winnie Carney, (4 December 1887 – 21 November 1943) was a suffragist, trade unionist and Irish independence activist.

  • Winifred Sturt, Baroness Hardinge of Penshurst

    Winifred Selina Sturt, Baroness Hardinge of Penshurst, CI (17 March 1868 - 11 June 1914) was an English woman.

  • Winifred Ryle

    Winifred Maddock (née Ryle, born 1897) was a British architect.

  • Winifred Freedman

    Winifred Freedman (born in Granite City, Illinois, July 23, 1957) is an American actress and singer primarily known for her roles in television.

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