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AMERICAN ATTORNEY (1753-1813)
Edmund Jennings Randolph; Edmund Jenings Randolph; Edmund J. Randolph
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Edmund Gheast         
BISHOP OF ROCHESTER; BISHOP OF SALISBURY
Edmund Guest; Edmund Guest (bishop)
Edmund Gheast (also known as Guest, Geste or Gest; 1514–1577) was a 16th-century cleric of the Church of England.
Edmund de Bromfield         
ENGLISH BENEDICTINE AND BISHOP OF LLANDAFF
Edmund Bromfield; Edmund Bromfeld
Edmund de Bromfield (Edmund Bromfeld or Bramfield; died 1393) was an English Benedictine who became bishop of Llandaff.
Edmund J. Baillie         
WELSH HORTICULTURALIST
Edmund John Baillie
Edmund John Baillie (4 May 1851 – 18 October 1897) was a Welsh businessman, horticulturalist and vegetarianism activist.

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Edmund Randolph

Edmund Jennings Randolph (August 10, 1753 – September 12, 1813) was a Founding Father of the United States, attorney, and the 7th Governor of Virginia. As a delegate from Virginia, he attended the Constitutional Convention and helped to create the national constitution while serving on its Committee of Detail. He was appointed the first United States Attorney General by George Washington and subsequently served as the second Secretary of State during the Washington administration.