- Albert Pink·ham [ping-kuh m] /ˈpɪŋ kəm/, 1847–1917, U.S. painter.
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- Susan, Baroness Ryder of Warsaw. 1923–2000, British philanthropist; founder of the Sue Ryder Foundation for the Sick and Disabled, which is funded by a chain of charity shops: married to Leonard Cheshire