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Piers
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Piers is an old English Christian name, and has the same origins as Peter. People with the first name include: Piers Akerman (born 1950), Australian journalist, conservative commentator and columnist Piers Anthony (born 1934), Anglo-American fantasy/science fiction author known for his Xanth series of novels Piers Butler, 8th Earl of Ormond (c. 1467–1539) Piers Claughton (1814–1884), British Anglican bishop, Archdeacon of London and Chaplain-General of Her Majesty's Forces Piers Courage (1942–1970), English racing driver Piers Edgecumbe (c. 1609–1667), English politician Piers Edgcumbe, 5th Earl of Mount Edgcumbe (1865-1944), British soldier Piers Gaveston, 1st Earl of Cornwall (c. 1284-1312), a favourite of King Edward II of England Piers Gough (born 1946), British architect Piers Haggard (born 1939), British television and film director Piers Lane (born 1958), Australian concert pianist Piers Mackesy (born 1924), British military historian Piers McDonald (born 1955), Canadian politician and trade unionist Piers Merchant (1951–2009), British politician Piers Morgan (born 1965), British tabloid newspaper editor, judge on TV talent shows, CNN host Piers Paul Read (born 1941), English novelist, historian and biographer Piers Sellers (born 1955), Anglo-American meteorologist and NASA astronaut Piers Wenger (born 1972), British television producer People with the last name include: Dennis Piers (1929–2005), South African cricketer Desmond Piers (1913–2005), Royal Canadian Navy rear-admiral Harry Piers (1870–1940), Canadian historian Henry Piers (1568–1623), Anglo-Irish Member of Parliament, administrator and writer Sir Henry Piers, 1st Baronet (1629–1691), Anglo-Irish soldier and antiquarian John Piers (1522/3–1594), Archbishop of York Sir John Piers, 6th Baronet (1772–1845), notorious rake and duellist Julie Piers (born 1962), American golfer Sarah Piers (died 1719), English literary patron, political commentator and poet William Piers (c.
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