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  • Walker, Arthur de Noé (1830–1901), a physician and formerly an Army surgeon in the Crimean War and India.
  • Warburton, Bartholomew Elliott George (1810–52), better known as Elliot Warburton, writer. In AB-2.
  • Warburton, Matilda Jane (née Grove, 1819–61), wife of Eliot Warburton.
  • Ward, Frederick Oldfield (1817–77), writer. In AB-2, AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Ware, William (1797–1852), American Unitarian minister and author.
  • Watts, George Frederic (1817–1904), sculptor and painter. In AB-5, AB-7.
  • Watts, Isaac (1674–1748), Independent minister and writer.
  • Weale, Edward Hill (1810–40), Royal Naval surgeon.
  • Webster, Daniel (1782–1852), American statesman.
  • Webster, James Claude (1830–1908), barrister and secretary of the Athenæum Club.
  • Wedgwood, Frances Emma Elizabeth (née Mackintosh, 1800–89), wife of Hensleigh Wedgwood (1803–91), etymologist, philologist, and barrister. In AB-5.
  • Welford, Charles (1815–85), bookseller.
  • Welles, Edward Livingston (1830–1902), New York City banker.
  • Wellesley, Arthur Richard (1807–84), 2nd Duke of Wellington.
  • Wellington, Duke of, see Wellesley, Arthur Richard.
  • Wesley, John (1703–91), Church of England clergyman and a founder of Methodism.
  • Westmorland, Countess of, see Fane, Lady Priscilla Anne.
  • Westwood, Thomas (1814–88), poet and bibliographer of angling. In AB-3, AB-4. See biographical sketch.
  • Whately, Richard (1787–1863), Church of Ireland archbishop of Dublin and philosopher.
  • White, Jessie Jane Meriton (afterwards Mario, 1832–1906), journalist and advocate of Italian unity. In AB-3, AB-4. See biographical sketch.
  • Whittier, John Greenleaf (1807–92), American abolitionist and poet.
  • Wilberforce, William (1759–1833), politician, philanthropist, and slavery abolitionist.
  • Wild (or Wilde), Hamilton Gibbs (1827–84), American painter.
  • Wilkinson, James John Garth (1812–99), Swedenborgian writer and homeopath.
  • Williams, Elizabeth Barrett (née Waite, 1754–1834), EBB’s cousin.

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