- Edwin,1806–72, U.S. actor.
- John, 1st Baron,1847–1918, Australian explorer and statesman.
- Nathan Bedford,1821–77, Confederate cavalry general in the U.S. Civil War.
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Dealing with his case appropriately is a “test for our society,” said Dr. Forrest.Don’t Blame Asperger’s for Massacres
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Mr. Forrest had passed through Adelaide one day before his arrival.
Mr. Barlee: One more cheer for the absentees--Mr. Forrest's companions.
Forrest's skirmishers and scouts were on the south side of the stream.
Forrest and the wild cavalry of the South were charging on their flanks.
He was sure that his apprehension did not come from any fear of an attack by Forrest or Wheeler.
- John, 1st Baron Forrest 1847–1918, Australian statesman and explorer; first premier of Western Australia (1890–1901)
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