- Charles3rd Baron Baltimore, 1637–1715, English colonial administrator in America: governor (1661–75) and proprietor (1675–89) of Maryland (grandson of George Calvert).
- Sir George1st Baron Baltimore, c1580–1632, British statesman: founder of the colony of Maryland.
- his sonLeonard,1606–47, first colonial governor of Maryland 1634–47.
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Contemporary Examples of calvert
Calvert introduced her to Jennifer Norris, a retired Air Force veteran living in Maine.Spies, Lies, and Rape in the Air Force: An Undercover Agent's Story
March 4, 2014
The prop book was in French because the prop people presumed Calvert would be reading off cue cards.
Dave, Calvert, and I are taking a walk down the hallways of NBC into a deserted stairwell.
At that point, the erudite discussion ends while Dave and I hand over our wallets to Calvert DeForest.
Calvert was a pudgy older guy who wore thick horn-rimmed glasses and personified the lovable nebbish.
Historical Examples of calvert
Calvert, my friend, is a lover as well as a painter of nature.
Calvert and I have been helping our neighbors to get in the harvest.
Strangely enough, she did not judge him for posing as Major Calvert's nephew.
He had been proven honest, proven Major Calvert's nephew, proven free.
I learned from Major Calvert that his half-sister's—your mother's—name was Loring.
- Sir George, 1st Baron Baltimore. ?1580–1632, English statesman; founder of the colony of Maryland
- his son, Leonard. 1606–47, English statesman; first colonial governor of Maryland (1634–47)