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Edith Rudd         
NEW ZEALAND NURSE
Edith Mary Lewis; Edith Mary Rudd; Edith Lewis (nurse)
Edith Mary Rudd (née Lewis; 14 February 1882 – 7 May 1967) was a New Zealand civilian and military nurse. She served in both World War I and World War II, and received the Florence Nightingale Medal from the Red Cross in 1961.
Velva E. Rudd         
AMERICAN BOTANIST AND LEGUME CURATOR (1910–1999)
Velva Elaine Rudd; Velva Rudd
Velva Elaine Rudd (1910 – December 9, 1999) was an American botanist, specializing in tropical legumes. She worked as a curator at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History and also conducted research at the herbarium at California State University, Northridge.
Hughes Rudd         
AMERICAN TELEVISION NEWS ANCHOR; CBS NEWS CORRESPONDENT; ARTILLERY SPOTTER PILOT DURING WORLD WAR II
Hughes rudd
Hughes Day Rudd (September 14, 1921 in Waco, Texas – October 13, 1992 in Toulouse, France) was a television journalist and CBS News and ABC News correspondent. Rudd was known for his folksy style, gravelly voice, and unimposing sense of humor, often ending his newscasts with human interest stories that sometimes made him break into a chuckle on camera.