Ann, 1736–84, British mystic: founder of Shaker sect in U.S.
Charles, 1731–82, American Revolutionary general, born in England.
Doris Emrick, 1905–1986, U.S. painter.
Fitzhugh, 1835–1905, U.S. general and statesman (grandson of Henry Lee; nephew of Robert E. Lee).
Francis Lightfoot, 1734–97, American Revolutionary statesman (brother of Richard H. Lee).
Gypsy Rose (Rose Louise Hovick) 1914–70, U.S. entertainer.
Harper, born 1926, U.S. novelist.
Henry ("Light-Horse Harry") 1756–1818, American Revolutionary general (father of Robert E. Lee).
Kuan Yew, born 1923, Singapore political leader: prime minister 1959–90.
Manfred Bennington ("Ellery Queen") 1905–71, U.S. mystery writer, in collaboration with Frederic Dannay.
Richard Henry, 1732–94, American Revolutionary statesman (brother of Francis L. Lee).
Robert E(dward) 1807–70, U.S. soldier and educator: Confederate general in the American Civil War (son of Henry Lee).
Sir Sidney, 1859–1926, English biographer and critic.
Spike (Shelton Jackson Lee) born 1957, U.S. film director, screenwriter, and actor.
Tsung-Dao, born 1926, Chinese physicist in the U.S.: Nobel prize 1957.
a town in W Massachusetts: resort.
a male or female given name.