- Alfred. 1830–1905, British architect; a leader of the Gothic Revival. His buildings include Manchester Town Hall (1868) and the Natural History Museum, London (1881)
- George Marsden. 1824–1906, New Zealand statesman, born in England: prime minister of New Zealand (1872–73)
- Keith (Spencer). 1929–2009, British novelist, dramatist, and journalist: best known for the novel Billy Liar (1959) and his collaborations with the dramatist Willis Hall (1929–2005)
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“Naomi and I are quite close,” said Williams, who has since added Suki Waterhouse and Emily Mortimer as clientele.Celebrity Stylists Dish About Dressing for the Oscars
February 27, 2014
But the Waterhouse Inquiry explicitly dismissed this “ambulance chasing” explanation for the rash of allegations.BBC Critics Cry Witch Hunt in Newsnight Child-Abuse Report
November 14, 2012
"I don't believe you ever were in a war before," said Waterhouse.
"You can't expect me to believe in the cavalry," said Waterhouse. ''
You've seen battles, Waterhouse, and you know what they're like.
He rode down to Waterhouse, and told him to fire into the field.My Days and Nights on the Battle-Field
Charles Carleton Coffin
The assize courts were built in 1864 from designs by Waterhouse.