Strathclyde

Strathclyde or Northern Cumbria, an ancient kingdom of the Britons, which originated in the 8th century, and comprised the W. side of Scotland between the Solway and the Clyde; Alclyde or Dumbarton was the capital; was permanently annexed to Scotland in 1124 under David I.

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

Stratford-on-Avon * Strathfieldsaye
Strangford, Percy C. S. Smythe, Viscount
Strangford, Percy E. F. W. Smythe
Stranraer
Straparola, Giovanni Francesco
Strap, Hugh
Strappado
Strasburg
Stratford
Stratford de Redcliffe, Sir Stafford Canning, first Viscount
Stratford-on-Avon
Strathclyde
Strathfieldsaye
Strathmore
Strathpeffer
Strauss, David Friedrich
Strauss, Johann
Streatham
Street, George Edmund
Strelitzes
Stretton, Hesba
Strickland, Agnes