- Florence (May),1918–1995, U.S. long-distance swimmer.
- Henry,1824–1908, U.S. sportswriter and baseball pioneer, born in England.
- George Whitefield,1854–1931, U.S. composer.
- James,1891–1974, English physicist: discoverer of the neutron; Nobel Prize 1935.
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Examples from the Web for chadwick
A model backstage at the Chadwick Bell Spring 2014 fashion show.NYFW Photo of the Day: Sept. 7
September 8, 2013
In 2009, Pejic found his way to Chadwick Models in Melbourne, where he was interviewed and instantly signed.Andrej Pejic, Fashion's New Gender Bender
January 9, 2011
Chadwick also works beautifully with Oliver Litondo, who plays the stubborn octogenarian student.Will Brits Own the Oscars?
September 9, 2010
Miss Chadwick had other duties besides that of nursing a baby.A harum-scarum schoolgirl
Just then Mr. and Mrs. Chadwick came down, looking grave and discomposed.A House to Let
Chadwick has two folk-songs of his own, however, which are superb.Contemporary American Composers
Mrs. Chadwick, relieved of her headache, but not of her perplexity, gazed wanly at him.
After breakfast, in the sunlight on the terrace, Mrs. Chadwick confided her hopes to him.
- Sir Edwin. 1800–90, British social reformer, known for his Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain (1842)
- Sir James. 1891–1974, British physicist: discovered the neutron (1932): Nobel prize for physics 1935
- Lynn (Russell). 1914–2003, British sculptor in metal
- British physicist who in 1932 discovered the neutron. For this work, he received the 1935 Nobel Prize for chemistry.
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