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According to howmanyofme.com, there is one person in the U.S. named Beverley Beverly, two named Beverly Beverley and nineteen named Beverly Beverly. There doesn't seem to be anyone named Beverley Beverley.
Kosta  11/7/2019
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Beverley Bass was a pilot for American Airlines and became their first female captain AND head of their first all-female crew in 1986. Her character and story are featured heavily in the Broadway hit musical Come From Away.
Atarah Derek  4/13/2019
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I've known this name to be primary masculine.
― Anonymous User  9/12/2018
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Beverley is the protagonist of the book The Story Girl. He is a he.
kayisforkeen  7/24/2018
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Though now it's pretty much always feminine, this name was originally masculine. A famous male bearer was Beverley Hemings, an illegitimate son of Thomas Jefferson by his slave Sally Hemings.
Buneary  8/20/2016
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Beverley is a place in the English county of Yorkshire.
― Anonymous User  11/1/2008
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In England the name Beverley is used for both sexes. A famous living person is Beverley Goodway, the man who takes all the photos for Page 3 of the Sun newspaper.
Barry T  11/22/2006
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Out of interest, the Honourable Beverley Brandon was a MASCULINE character in 'The Corinthian' by Georgette Heyer.
Lady_Raltz  3/1/2006
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My name is Beverley. I've always understood that the name means "beaver meadow" as in "beaver lea", "lea" being the Old English word for meadow.

A beaver meadow, apparently is the rich field that develops from an old beaver lodge that has silted up the river so much that that part becomes a meadow.
aranjuez  6/10/2005
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Famous bearer: Actress Beverley Mitchell (born Beverley Anne Mitchell).
― Anonymous User  4/13/2005

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