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|Ernest Blythe||Ernest Blythe (13 April 1889 ? 23 February 1975) was an Irish politician.|
|Colin Blythe||Colin Blythe (born 30 May 1879 in Deptford; died in World War I on the Forest Hall to Pimmern military railway line, Belgium on 8 November 1917), also known as "Charlie Blythe", was a Kent and England left arm spinner who is regarded as one of the finest bowlers of the period between 1900 and 1914 - sometimes referred to as the "Golden Age" of cricket.|
|Randy Blythe||David Randall "Randy" Blythe (born on February 21, 1971) is the vocalist of American heavy metal band Lamb of God and side-project band Halo of Locusts.|
|Daniel Blythe||Daniel Blythe is a British author, who was born in Maidstone in 1969 and studied Modern Languages at St John's College, Oxford.|
|Stephanie Blythe||Stephanie Blythe is a Mezzo-Soprano opera singer.|
|Betty Blythe||Betty Blythe (September 1, 1893 ? April 7, 1972) was an American actress best known for her dramatic roles in exotic silent films such as "The Queen of Sheba" (1921).|
|Ronald Blythe||Ronald Blythe (born 1922) is an English writer and editor, best known in his native England for his "Akenfield: Portrait of an English Village" (1969), a portrait of agricultural life in Suffolk from the turn of the century to the 1960s.|
|Peter Blythe||Peter Blythe (14 September 1934 ? 27 June 2004) was a British character actor, best known as Samuel "Soapy Sam" Ballard on "Rumpole of the Bailey".|
|Robert Blythe||Robert Blythe is a Welsh actor born in Port Talbot in Wales and brought up in Tan y groes St in that town.|
|Matty Blythe||Matty Blythe born in Irlam, Greater Manchester, England is a rugby league player for Warrington Wolves in the European Super League.|
|Todd Blythe||Todd Blythe (born March 31, 1985 in) is a Canadian football wide receiver who is currently a free agent.|
|Adam Blythe||Adam Michael Blythe (born 1 October 1989) is an English racing cyclist.|
|Stephen Blythe||Stephen L.|
|Geoffrey Blythe||Geoffrey Blythe (d.|