List of people from Merseyside

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This is a list of notable people from what is now the county of Merseyside, including those from the city of Liverpool.

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  • Henry Hill Vale: architect who was active in the 1860s and 70s and co-designed the Walker Art Gallery
  • Frankie Vaughan: Stylish singer, dancer and entertainer, whose career ran from the late 1940s.[203]
  • Colin Vearncombe: Singer Aka 'Black' who had a big hit with 'Wonderful Life' in 1987

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