Godwin

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Godwin is an Anglo-Saxon name. The name is nowadays most common - on a worldwide base - in Nigeria, Africa.[1] It may refer to:

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Politics and governance
Religion
Arts and entertainment
Science
Sport
Military
Other people
  • Becky Godwin (1954–1968), daughter of Virginia Governor Godwin, killed by lightning
  • Glen Stewart Godwin (born 1958), American murderer, FBI Ten Most Wanted
  • Mike Godwin (born 1956), American lawyer, created Godwin's law of Internet discussions (mentioning Hitler)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Godwin Surname Distribution". Forebears. Forebears. Retrieved 31 March 2016.