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"WARD. John de Warde was a tenant of the earl of Douglas in the barony of Kilbucho, 1376 (RHM., i, p. xlix; n, p. 16) (de may be an error for le, from the occupation of guard or keeper). Robert Waird was burgess of Stirling in 1601 (SBR., p. 99). "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)


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Wikipedia William John Ward (25 October, 1880 - 18 August, 1971) was a Canadian farmer, politician, insurance agent, and real estate agent from Dauphin, Manitoba.
Wikipedia Samuel Cutler Ward (January 27, 1814?May 19, 1884) was an American statesman, lobbyist, orator and author.
Wikipedia Thomas Edward George (Tommy) Ward (born 18 April 1913) is a former English footballer.
Wikipedia George Taliaferro Ward (1810 ? May 5, 1862 was a cotton plantation owner and politician from Leon County, Florida.
Wikipedia Walter Ward (1869 ? after 1890) was an English professional footballer born in Birmingham who played in the Football Alliance for Small Heath.
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Wikipedia John James Ward (born September 28, 1920) is an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.
Wikipedia Frank Ward (born 21 January 1903), was an English footballer, who played as a full-back for various clubs in the 1920s and 1930s, spending most of his career with Preston North End.
Wikipedia Alfred "Alf" Ward (1883 ? 1926) was an English footballer who played as an outside-forward for various clubs in the 1900s.
Wikipedia Daniel "Danny" Ward (born December 11, 1991) is an English footballer who currently plays for Bolton Wanderers, as a striker.
Wikipedia John Chamberlain Ward (May 25, 1857?April 20, 1929) was an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.
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Wikipedia Dave Ward (born in Lambeth, London, United Kingdom) is the deputy leader of the Communication Workers Union (CWU) in the United Kingdom, a position he has held since 2003.
Wikipedia Lorna Grace Ward (born 3 June 1938, Port Elizabeth, Cape Province) is a former South Africa Test cricketer.
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