Wentworth Cheswell (also spelled Cheswill) (11 April 1746 – 8 March 1817) was an African-American teacher, American Revolutionary War veteran, assessor, auditor, selectman and Justice of the Peace in Newmarket, New Hampshire. He was of mixed race, one-quarter African and three-quarters European, and listed in the census as white. Elected as town constable in 1768, he was elected to other positions, serving in local government every year but one until his death.
Wentworth Henry Canning Beaumont, 2nd Viscount Allendale KG CB OBE MC DL JP (6 August 1890 – 16 December 1956), was a British peer.
Wentworth FitzGerald, 17th Earl of Kildare PC (I) (1634 – 5 March 1664), styled Lord Offaly until 1660, was an Irish peer.
Wentworth Smith (1571 – in or after 1614), was a minor English dramatist of the Elizabethan period who may have been responsible for some of the plays in the Shakespeare Apocrypha, though no work known to be his is extant.
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