User comments for Patience (Famous Bearer Only)

Patience is the sixth book in the Brides of the West series by Lori Copeland.
― Anonymous User  8/21/2005
Patience was a Gilbert and Sullivan lampooning the aesthetic movement.
Hieronymus_Q  7/4/2006
Patience McIntyre, half of sister singing act Patience and Prudence. Hits included "Tonight You Belong to Me" and "Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now."
Kosta  6/4/2007
There is a book in the Dear America series for young adults about a Pilgrim girl named Remember Patience Whipple.
― Anonymous User  11/26/2007
Patience Worth was the name of a person who supposedly lived from 1649 - 1694. She allegedly had contact with a woman named Pearl Curran (1883 - 1937) through a Ouija board, and inspired Pearl to publish novels and poetry under her (Patience's) name.

Whether it was Pearl or Patience's spirit that wrote the works is still unknown to this day.
― Anonymous User  3/2/2008
Patience Phillips is Catwoman's real name in the 2003 release of "Catwoman".
Lady_Skywalker  9/25/2008
Patience Hodgson, lead vocalist of Australian alternative rock band The Grates, is a bearer. Not exactly famous, but she has certainly given this name an edge I didn't think it had before.
― Anonymous User  2/13/2009
Lady Patience is a character in Robin Hobb's 'The Realm of the Elderlings' series of novels. She is the widow of the late King-in-Waiting Chivalry.
Feorsteorra  7/24/2015
In the 2002 tv show 'Firefly', Patience is the leader of the moon known as Whitefall. She is notorious for having shot Malcolm Reynolds.
Feorsteorra  7/24/2015
Patience Abbe was a best-selling author as a tween & teen. The daughter of James Abbe, a photographer, and Polly Shorrock, a Ziegfeld girl, Patience Abbe was born in Paris to her globetrotting parents.
cutenose  1/28/2017

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