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Winchester
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part I
Henry Beaufort, Great-uncle to Henry V, Bishop of Winchster, and Later Cardinal
Winchester
   is a character in   
Henry VI, Part II
Henry Beaufort, Great-uncle to Henry V, Bishop of Winchster, and Later Cardinal
Maj. Charles Emerson Winchester III, M.D.
   is a fictional doctor in   
M*A*S*H
Surgeon. Played by David Ogden Stiers in the series.
Winchester
   was known to the Romans as   
Venta Belgarum
The New Vaudeville Band
   released the single   
Winchester Cathedral
1966; 3 weeks as U.S. #1
Winchester
   is the county town of   
Hampshire
Used to be Southampton
WINCHESTER
   means   
No Ordance Remaining
Scott County
   has the county seat   
Winchester
Formed out of Morgan County in 1839 -- named for Scott County Kentucky
Sharps, Spencer, Hawken, Winchester
   are all   
Rifles
Winchester Mystery House
   is/was   
The Home of Sara Winchester
The Winchester Rifle heiress
The Winchester
   appears in   
Shaun of the Dead
Dean Winchester
   appears in   
Supernatural
Sam Winchester
   appears in   
Supernatural
Simon Winchester
   wrote   
A Crack in the Edge of the World
History and geology behind the San Francisco Earthquake. Winchester was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire for "services to journalism and literature"
Simon Winchester
   wrote   
Krakatoa
The 27 August 1883 eruption of Krakatoa. Winchester was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire for "services to journalism and literature"
Simon Winchester
   wrote   
The Madman and the Professor
History behind the Oxford English Dictionary
Henry III
   was known as   
Henry of Winchester
Henry was born at Winchester Castle
Winchester City Mill
   is located in the ceremonial county of   
Hampshire
Restored water mill
Jane Austen
   is buried in   
Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire, England
Novelist, d. 1817
Winchester
   was formerly the capital of   
England
Moved to London (Kingdoms joined to become England), 927 - 1066
Wintoncester
   is Thomas Hardy's name for   
Winchester
Place of Tess Durbeyfield's imprisonment






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