White Horse

White Horse, name given to the figure of a horse on a hill-side, formed by removing the turf, and showing the white chalk beneath; the most famous is one at Uffington, in Berkshire, alleged to commemorate a victory of King Alfred.

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

White, Joseph Blanco * White House
Whigs
Whistler, James Abbot M'Neill
Whiston, William
Whitby
Whitby, Daniel
White, Alexander
White, Sir George Stewart
White, Gilbert
White, Henry Kirke
White, Joseph Blanco
White Horse
White House
White Lady
White Mountains
White Nile
White Sea
Whiteboys
Whitefield, George
Whitehaven
Whitelocke, Bulstrode
Whitgift, John

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Sutton, Richard
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