Alice Lee Roosevelt (“Princess Alice”) 1884–1980, U.S. socialite: daughter of Theodore Roosevelt.
Nicholas, 1869–1931, U.S. politician: Speaker of the House 1925–31.
Contemporary Examples

Longworth was born in 1783 to Loyalist parents in Newark, New Jersey.
America’s First Great Wine…Made in 1842 Jordan Salcito November 22, 2013

Longworth worked hard at odd jobs, passed the bar exam, moved to Cincinnati, and began practicing law.
America’s First Great Wine…Made in 1842 Jordan Salcito November 22, 2013

More importantly, Longworth viewed wine as a critical piece of the temperance movement.
America’s First Great Wine…Made in 1842 Jordan Salcito November 22, 2013

Is “regime,” I wonder, a term Longworth would apply to the administrations of democratically elected leaders in the West?
When Did Oliver Stone Become Sensible? Allen Barra June 24, 2010

While the skins continued to produce a distinctly musky note, Longworth decided to press the grapes before fermentation.
America’s First Great Wine…Made in 1842 Jordan Salcito November 22, 2013

Historical Examples

When Mrs. Longworth found herself in her room again, she unlocked her desk and took out a letter.
Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1907 to 1908 Lucy Maud Montgomery

Miss Longworth saw that her task was going to be even harder than she had expected.
A Woman Intervenes Robert Barr

Mr. Longworth informs me the work will be published early in February in two duodecimo volumes.
The Poems of Philip Freneau, Volume I (of III) Philip Freneau

Old Mr. Longworth dozed most of his time in his steamer chair.
A Woman Intervenes Robert Barr

However, they advised waiting until Longworth got back, and then they proposed we should have a meeting at the offices here.
A Woman Intervenes Robert Barr

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