Wadding (surname)

Wadding (surname)

Wadding is a surname, and may refer to

*Luke Wadding (1588-1657), Irish Franciscan historian
*Michael Wadding (1591-1644), Irish Catholic missionary
*Peter Wadding (1581?-1644), Irish jesuit

ee also

*Wadding
*Waddington (surname)


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