- Jonathan,1720–66, American Congregational clergyman.
- Thomas,1593–1682, American colonist, born in England: settler and governor of Martha's Vineyard.
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Examples from the Web for mayhew
Mayhew sent by messenger a huge placard reading, "Wanted, A Wife."Quaint Courtships
Nor does anybody, save here and there an antiquarian, read Shepard and Hooker and Mayhew.The American Mind
Colonel Mayhew took us to the fair, and to see the wrestling; then to the bazaars.The Last Voyage
Lady (Annie Allnutt) Brassey
You may have noted that the name of Mayhew is upon yonder aspen-tree?Buffalo Bill's Spy Trailer
Colonel Prentiss Ingraham
I have seen Miss Mayhew, and I have great sympathie for she.A Fearful Responsibility and Other Stories
William D. Howells
- Henry. 1812–87, British social commentator, journalist, and writer; a founder of Punch (1841): best known for London Labour and the London Poor (1851–62)
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