Waldenses

Waldenses, a Christian community founded in 1170 in the south of France, on the model of the primitive Church, by Peter Walden, a rich citizen of Lyons, and who were driven by persecution from country to country until they settled in Piedmont under the name of the Vaudois (q.v.), where they still exist.

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

Waldeck-Pyrmont * Wales
Wade, George
Wadman, Widow
Wady
Wagner, Wilhelm Richard
Wagram
Wahabis
Waikato
Wakefield
Walcheren
Waldeck-Pyrmont
Waldenses
Wales
Wales, Prince of
Walfish Bay
Walker, George
Wallace, Alfred Russel
Wallace, Sir William
Wallace Collection
Wallenstein
Waller, Edmund
Walloons

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Waldenses in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Alanus De Insulis [No. 3]
Chatel, Peter Du
Farel, William
Florio, John
Leger, John
Lennard, Sampson
Luther, Martin
Morland, Sir Samuel, Bart.
Waldo, Peter