Cheryl, 1902–86, U.S. stage director and producer.
Francis Marion, 1854–1909, U.S. novelist, in Italy after 1885.
Joan (Lucille Fay Le Sueur) 1908?–77, U.S. actress.
Thomas, 1813?–57, U.S. sculptor.
William Harris, 1772–1834, U.S. political leader: senator 1807–13, secretary of the Treasury 1816–25.
Contemporary Examples

The Senate’s Endless Getaway Samuel P. Jacobs July 30, 2009
At the Wounded Warrior 100K, How George W. Bush Really Rolls Mark McKinnon May 25, 2013
Hollywood’s Bad Mother Obsession Stephen Farber December 28, 2010
Our Favorite Books of 2009 The Daily Beast December 21, 2009
Hollywood’s Bad Mother Obsession Stephen Farber December 28, 2010

Historical Examples

Hendricks the Hunter W.H.G. Kingston
Stories Of Georgia Joel Chandler Harris
Mansfield Park Jane Austen
The Story of the Outlaw Emerson Hough
The Voice in the Fog Harold MacGrath

Joan, real name Lucille le Sueur. 1908–77, US film actress, who portrayed ambitious women in such films as Mildred Pierce (1945)
Michael, real name Michael Dumbell Smith. born 1942, British actor and singer, noted for his role in the sitcom Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em (1973–78) and performances in West End musicals esp. Barnum (1981) and The Phantom of the Opera (1986)


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