Edwin

Edwin, king of Northumbria in the 6th century; through the influence of his wife Ethelburga Christianity was introduced into England by St. Augustine; founded Edinburgh; was defeated and slain by the Mercian King Penda in 634.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Edwards, Jonathan * Edwy
Edward III.
Edward IV.
Edward V.
Edward VI.
Edward VII.
Edward the Confessor
Edward the Elder
Edwardes, Sir Herbert Benjamin
Edwards, Bryan
Edwards, Jonathan
Edwin
Edwy
Eeckhout
Effen, Van
Effendi
Egalité, Philippe
Egates
Egbert
Egede, Hans
Egede, Paul
Eger

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Edwin in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Coke, Sir Edward
Gilpin, Bernard
Goldsmith, Oliver
Jeffreys, George
Quin, James
Sandys, Sir Edwin
Savage, Henry
Wright, Joseph