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|Wilfred Owen||Wiki Detail||Wilfred Edward Salter Owen MC (18 March 1893 ? 4 November 1918) was an English and Welsh poet and soldier, regarded by many as one of the leading poets of the First World War.|
|John Owen||Wiki Detail||John Owen (1616 - August 24, 1683) was an English Nonconformist church leader and theologian.|
|Michael Owen||Wiki Detail||Michael James Owen (born 14 December 1979 in Chester) is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker for Manchester United.|
|David Owen||Wiki Detail||David Anthony Llewellyn Owen, Baron Owen CH PC FKC (born 2 July 1938) is a British politician and Chancellor of the University of Liverpool.|
|Robert Owen||Wiki Detail||Robert Owen (14 May 1771?17 November 1858), born in Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales was a social reformer and one of the founders of socialism and the cooperative movement.|
|Albert Owen||Wiki Detail||Albert Owen (born 10 August 1959) is a Welsh politician, and member of Parliament for Ynys M?n for the Labour Party.|
|John Owen||Wiki Detail||John Owen (August 1787 9 October 1841) was the Democratic governor of the U.|
|Lemuel Owen||Wiki Detail||Lemuel Cambridge Owen (November 1, 1822 ? November 26, 1912) was a Prince Edward Island shipbuilder, banker, merchant and politician.|
|Mark Owen||Wiki Detail||Mark Anthony Patrick Owen (born 27 January 1972 in Lancashire, England) is an English singer-songwriter from Oldham and a founding member of pop group Take That.|
|Hugh Owen||Wiki Detail||Sir Hugh Owen (14 January 1804 ? 20 November 1881) was a significant Welsh educator.|
|Stephen Owen||Wiki Detail||Stephen Owen, PC (born September 8, 1948) is the Vice-President (VP) External and Legal for the University of British Columbia.|
|Robert Dale Owen||Wiki Detail||Robert Dale Owen (November 7, 1801?June 24, 1877) was a longtime exponent in his adopted United States of the socialist doctrines of his father, Robert Owen, as well as a politician in the Democratic Party.|
|Nick Owen||Wiki Detail||Nicholas 'Nick' Owen (born 1 November 1947) is an English television presenter and newsreader, presenting "Midlands Today" since 1997, He is also the current chairman of Luton Town Football Club.|
|Clive Owen||Wiki Detail||Clive Owen (born 3 October 1964) is an English actor and has been working for nearly two and a half decades.|
|Nora Owen||Wiki Detail||Nora Owen (born June 1945), is a former senior Irish politician.|
|David Lloyd Owen||Wiki Detail||Major-General David Lanyon Lloyd Owen CB, DSO, OBE, MC (10 October 1917 ? 5 April 2001) was a British soldier and writer.|
|Johnny Owen||Wiki Detail||Johnny Owen (7 January 1956 ? 4 November 1980) was a professional boxer from Wales.|
|Thomas Ellis Owen||Wiki Detail||Thomas Ellis Owen (1805 ? 1862) was an English architect and developer responsible for many of the buildings of Portsmouth and Southsea.|
|John Owen||Wiki Detail||John Owen (c.|
|Glyn Owen||Wiki Detail||Glyn (Griffith) Owen (6 March 1928 ? 10 September 2004) was a British stage and television actor.|
|Beverley Owen||Wiki Detail||Beverley Owen (n?e Ogg, sometimes credited as Beverly Owen) (May 13,1937 in Ottumwa, Iowa) is a classically-trained American actress perhaps most widely known for having played the role of Marilyn Munster during the first season of "The Munsters" (a role she disliked, and only accepted out of contractual obligations to Universal Studios).|
|Idris Owen||Wiki Detail||Idris Wyn Owen (1912 ? March 2004, Prestbury, Cheshire) was a British Conservative Party politician, and Member of Parliament (MP) for Stockport North 1970-74.|
|Spike Owen||Wiki Detail||Spike Dee Owen (born April 19, 1961 in Cleburne, Texas) is a former shortstop in Major League Baseball who played for the Seattle Mariners (1983-86), Boston Red Sox (1986-88), Montreal Expos (1989-92), New York Yankees (1993) and California Angels (1994-95).|
|Michael Owen||Wiki Detail||Michael Owen (born 7 November 1980 in Pontypridd), was educated at Bryn Celynnog Comprehensive school in Beddau and is a Welsh rugby union player.|
|Priscilla Owen||Wiki Detail||Priscilla Richman Owen (born October 4, 1954) is a federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.|
|Lloyd Owen||Wiki Detail||Lloyd Owen (born 14 April 1966) is a British actor of Welsh descent.|
|John Owen||Wiki Detail||John Owen (24 August 1854 - 4 November 1926) was the Professor of Welsh at the St David's College, as well as the Dean of St Asaph.|
|Mickey Owen||Wiki Detail||Arnold Malcolm (Mickey) Owen (April 4, 1916 - July 13, 2005) was a catcher for St.|
|Henry Owen||Wiki Detail||The Reverend Dr.|
|Chris Owen||Wiki Detail||Christopher Owen (born September 25, 1980) is an American actor.|
|Gary Owen||Wiki Detail||Gary Owen (born 7 July 1958 in St Helens, Lancashire) is a retired English football midfielder.|
|Kevin Owen||Wiki Detail||Kevin Owen is a television and radio news-anchor, reporter and presenter who was born in Plymouth.|
|Jamie Owen||Wiki Detail||Jamie Owen (born 1967) is a Welsh radio and television presenterBiography.|
|Greg Owen||Wiki Detail||Gregory Clive Owen (born 19 February 1972) is an English professional golfer.|
|Seena Owen||Wiki Detail||Seena Owen (November 14, 1894 - August 15, 1966) was an American silent film actress.|
|Reginald Owen||Wiki Detail||Reginald Owen, or John Reginald Owen, (5 August 1887 ? 5 November 1972) was a British character actor (of Welsh ancestry) known for playing in many film roles in British and American movies and later in television programs.|
|Nicholas Owen||Wiki Detail||Saint Nicholas Owen (died 1606) was an English Catholic martyr who built numerous priest holes in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I of England.|
|Steve Owen||Wiki Detail||Stephen Joseph Owen (April 21, 1898 ? May 17, 1964) was an American football player and coach who earned a place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame as head coach of the National Football League's New York Giants from 1930 to 1953.|
|Robert Latham Owen||Wiki Detail||Robert Latham Owen was a United States Senator from Oklahoma.|
|Jessica Owen||Wiki Detail||Jessica Owen is a Canadian singer/songwriter born in Edmonton, Alberta.|
|Chandler Owen||Wiki Detail||Chandler Owen (1889 - 1967) was an African-American writer, editor and early member of the Socialist Party of America.|
|George Washington Owen||Wiki Detail||George Washington Owen (October 20, 1796 ? August 18, 1837) was an American politician from Alabama who served as that state's 3rd District's Representative, and the 10th Mayor of Mobile.|
|Frank Owen||Wiki Detail||Frank Malcolm Owen (December 23 1879 ? November 24 1942) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball who played eight seasons with the Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox.|
|Bennie Owen||Wiki Detail||Benjamin Gilbert Owen (July 24 1875?February 26 1970) was an American head coach for the University of Oklahoma Sooners football team from 1905-1926.|
|William T. Owen||Wiki Detail||Lieutenant Colonel William Taylor Owen was born on the 27 May 1905 in Nagambie, Victoria, Australia.|
|Alison Owen||Wiki Detail||Allison Mary Owen (born 1961 in Portsmouth) is an English film producer.|
|Jake Owen||Wiki Detail||Joshua Ryan "Jake" Owen (born August 28, 1981 in Vero Beach, Florida) is a Grammy-Award nominated American country music artist.|
|William Reid Owen||Wiki Detail||William Reid Owen (25 November 1864 ? 22 March 1949) was mayor of Vancouver, British Columbia in 1924.|
|Don Owen||Wiki Detail||Don Owen (born September 19, 1935 in Toronto) is a Canadian film director, writer and producer.|
|Don Owen||Wiki Detail||Don Owen (March 16 1912 ? August 1 2002) was an American professional wrestling promoter.|
|Evelyn Owen||Wiki Detail||Evelyn Ernest Owen (15 May 1915 ? 1 April 1949) is the Australian who developed the Owen Submachine Gun which was used in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War.|
|Christian Owen||Wiki Detail||Christian Owen is an American gay pornographic actor from New Hampshire, United States, who appears in gay pornographic films and magazines.|
|Kai Owen||Wiki Detail||Kai Owen (4 September 1975, Llanrwst, Conwy, North Wales) is a Welsh actor.|
|Owen Wyn Owen||Wiki Detail||Owen Wyn Owen is an automobile restorer and mechanic.|
|Allen Ferdinand Owen||Wiki Detail||Allen Ferdinand Owen (October 9, 1816 ? April 7, 1865) was an American politician and lawyer who served in the United States Congress.|
|Mary Jane Owen||Wiki Detail||Mary Jane McKeown Owen is a disability rights activist, philosopher, policy expert andwriter who has lived and worked in Washington, D.|
|Emmett Marshall Owen||Wiki Detail||Emmett Marshall Owen (October 19, 1877 ? June 21, 1939) was an American politician, educator, farmer and lawyer.|
|Walter Owen||Wiki Detail||Walter Owen (1844 - 1953) was a Scottish translator transplanted to the Argentine Pampas.|
|Will Owen||Wiki Detail||William James Owen (18 February 1901 ? 3 April 1981) was a British miner and politician, whose career as a Member of Parliament was ended by his trial under the Official Secrets Act 1911 for giving secrets to Czechoslovak intelligence.|
|Randy Owen||Wiki Detail||Randy Owen (born December 13, 1949 in Fort Payne, Alabama) is an American country music artist.|
|Rhodri Owen||Wiki Detail||Rhodri Owen (born 1972 in Three Crosses, Gower, Swansea) is a Welsh born and Welsh speaking radio and television presenter.|
|Tom Owen||Wiki Detail||Willis Thomas Owen (born September 1, 1952 in Shreveport, Louisiana) is a former American football quarterback who played in ten National Football League seasons from 1974-1982 for the San Francisco 49ers, the New England Patriots, the Washington Redskins, and the New York Giants.|
|William D. Owen||Wiki Detail||William Dale Owen (September 6, 1846 ? 1906) was a U.|
|Jan Owen||Wiki Detail||Jan Owen (born 18 August 1940) is a contemporary Australian poet.|
|Edwyn Owen||Wiki Detail||Edwyn Robert Owen (June 8, 1936 ? October 5, 2007) was an American star hockey player at Harvard and played on the 1960 U.|
|Llwyd Owen||Wiki Detail||Llwyd Owen is an award-winning Welsh-language fiction author born in Cardiff in 1977.|
|Sean Ethan Owen||Wiki Detail||Sean Ethan Owen (1981 ? 2004) was a gay American white man who was murdered in Durham, North Carolina in February 2004.|
|Bill Owen||Wiki Detail||William Criswell Owen (September 29, 1903 - 1975-03-15) was an American football player for the New York Giants who was the brother of Hall of Fame coach Steve Owen.|
|Ivan Owen||Wiki Detail||Ivan Owen (19 August 1927 ? 17 October 2000) was a British voice actor who created the vocal persona of the puppet Basil Brush.|
|Elias K. Owen||Wiki Detail||Elias K.|
|Catherine Dale Owen||Wiki Detail||Catherine Dale Owen (July 28, 1900 - September 7, 1965) was an American stage and film actress.|
|John Robert Blayney Owen||Wiki Detail||John Robert Blayney Owen (1849 - 13 June 1921) was the head teacher at Trent College, who earlier in his life was a promising footballer who made one appearance for England in 1874.|
|Richard Owen||Wiki Detail||Richard Owen born 25 November, 1991 in Pontefract, Yorkshire, England is a rugby league player for the Castleford Tigers in the European Super League, he also played for Oulton Raiders in his youth.|
|Joanne Owen||Wiki Detail||Joanne Owen is an author, born in Neyland, Pembrokeshire, Wales.|
|Jon Owen||Wiki Detail||Jon Owen (born late 20th century) was an American luger who competed in the late 1980s.|
|Owen Owen||Wiki Detail||Owen Owen (1850 ? 14 March 1920) was a Welsh teacher who, after being headmaster of a successful private school for boys in Oswestry, Shropshire, became the first Chief Inspector of the Central Welsh Board for Intermediate Education.|
|Sir Herbert Isambard Owen||Wiki Detail||Sir Herbert Isambard Owen (1857-1927) was a University academic.|
|Alun Owen||Wiki Detail||Alun Owen is a Welsh cyclist who represented Wales in the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur.|
|Goronwy Owen||Wiki Detail||Goronwy Owen (1 January 1723 - July 1769) was one of the eighteenth century's greatest Welsh poets.|
|Henry D. Owen||Wiki Detail||Henry David Owen (born August 26, 1920 in New York City) is a former diplomat, Brookings Institution Director (1969-78) and United States Ambassador at Large for Economic Summit Affairs (1977-81).|
|Dicky Owen||Wiki Detail||Dicky Owen (November 17 1876-February 27 1932) was a Welsh international who played club rugby for Swansea RFC Owen is seen as one of the greatest Welsh scrum-halves and won 35 caps for Wales between 1901 and 1912, a record that was unbeaten until 1955 when Ken Jones surpassed him.|
|David Owen||Wiki Detail||David Owen (1796-1866), known by the pseudonym Brutus, was a Welsh satirical writer, editor and preacher.|
|Bethan Ellis Owen||Wiki Detail||Bethan Ellis Owen (born Bangor, Gwynedd) is a Welsh television actress best known for playing the character of Ffion Llewelyn in the Welsh soap "Pobol y Cwm".|
|Derek Owen||Wiki Detail||Derek Owen (born September 25 1938, Ellesmere Port) is a former English footballer who played as a goalkeeper.|
|Charles Mansfield Owen||Wiki Detail||The Very Reverend Charles Mansfield Owen was an eminent Anglican priest in the last decades of the 19th century and the first four of the 20th.|
|George Owen||Wiki Detail||George Alfred Owen (1865 ? 29 January 1922) was a Welsh footballer who played as an inside forward for Newton Heath in the late 1880s.|
|Jack Owen||Wiki Detail||John "Jack" Owen (1866 ? "deceased") was a Welsh footballer who played as a left half for Newton Heath from 1887 to 1892.|
|Joshua T. Owen||Wiki Detail||Joshua Thomas Owen (March 29, 1821 ? November 7, 1887) was an educator, politician, and soldier from Pennsylvania who served as a Union brigadier general during the American Civil War.|
|George Owen||Wiki Detail||George Owen (December 2, 1901 ? March 4, 1986) was a professional ice hockey defenceman for the Boston Bruins of the NHL.|
|Gareth Owen||Wiki Detail||Gareth David Owen (born 21 September, 1982 in Cheadle, Staffordshire, England) is a professional footballer who currently plays as a defender for League Two side Port Vale.|
|Richard Owen||Wiki Detail||Sir Richard Owen KCB (Lancaster, 20 July 1804?18 December 1892) was an English biologist, comparative anatomist and palaeontologist.|
|Gordon Owen||Wiki Detail||Gordon Owen (born 14 June, 1959 in Barnsley) is an English former professional footballer.|
|James Owen||Wiki Detail||James Vaughan Owen (born 14 January 1991, Caernarfon) is a footballer with Chester City.|
|Syd Owen||Wiki Detail||Alfred Sydney "Syd" Owen (c.|
|Jimmy Owen||Wiki Detail||Jimmy Owen (1864 - "unknown") was an English footballer for Port Vale and Stoke during the 1880s.|
|William Owen||Wiki Detail||William Owen (1906 ? after 1930) was an English professional footballer who played in the Football League for Birmingham and Coventry City.|
|Wilfrid Owen||Wiki Detail||Wilfrid Barry Owen (15 June 1898 ? 9 August 1984) was a New Zealand politician and the first leader (1953-1958) of New Zealand's Social Credit Party.|
|Gilberto Owen||Wiki Detail||Gilberto Owen Estrada (b.|
|Reginald Herbert Owen||Wiki Detail||The Most Rev Reginald Herbert Owen was an Oxford don, Public School Headmaster, Anglican Bishop and finally Archbishop during the 20th century.|
|Ethel Owen||Wiki Detail||Ethel Owen (March 30, 1893?February 16, 1997) was an American actress with a lengthy career on stage as well in radio and television.|
|Walter C. Owen||Wiki Detail||Walter Cecil Owen (September 26, 1868?April 15, 1934) was a Wisconsin jurist and politician.|