- Francis,1886–1968, U.S. attorney general 1941–45.
- John,1615–62, English theologian: founder of English Unitarianism.
- Nicholas,1786–1844, U.S. financier.
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Colonel Biddle dismounted some of his men, and hitched their horses to the guns.
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George Shoals, in 1903-05, spent two years at Biddle University.The Choctaw Freedmen
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Biddle laughed at Jackson's message of 1832 which denounced the Bank.Expansion and Conflict
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The legislature of Pennsylvania gave Lieutenant Biddle a sword for his gallantry.Pike & Cutlass
- John . 1615–62, English theologian; founder of Unitarianism in England
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