The Dregs of History is finalised

I ran out of ideas, so here is the Dregs of History complete list.

I think it’s time to officially finalise the Dregs of History. In addition to the published book, which contains 55 of these characters there are about another 40 I have written and they are all here. The full list is below with the list together with clickable links to each character at www.dregsofhistory.blogspot.com

1. Duplicutas (210 – 147BC)
2. Sercuetas (35 – 75)
3. Tincomorus (105 – 139)
4. Vercingetorix of Verulaneum (124 – c.159)
5. Blodeuedd of Ynys Mon (191 – 226)
6. Mathilda of Eboracum (214 – 269)
7. Eogan mac Bogan ‘the Negotiator’ (315 – 362)
8. Crappogus (347 – 381)
9. Morcant the Frozen (423 – 470)
10. Effluvia of the Rivers (478 – 534)
11. Elfaddw the Agreeable (497 – 536)
12. Athelbald of Wessex (527 – 579)
13. Cynan the Mapmaker (613 – 651)
14. Osric the Distracted (623 – 656)
15. Thuggus (710 – 739)
16. Sister Cynalot (715 – 756)
17. Oshere the Hwicca (733 – 790ish)
18. Gunna Gareth (796 – 821)
19. Justinius the Comedian (814 – 839)
20. Olaf the Consultant (819 – 851)
21. Wurzel of Clutton (952 – 1000)
22. Promising Beatrice (953 – 988)
23. Ivanhoe the Expert (986 – 1029)
24. Eric the Depressor (1005 – 1042)
25. Ethelred the Uneasy (1015 – 1066)
26. Hengist (1047 – 1096)
27. Agatha of Anjou (1132 – 1177)
28. Bartwald the Brain-damaged (1152 – 1184)
29. Eusrace the Convoluted (1163 – 1215)
30. Egbert of the Schoolhouse (1166 – 1217)
31. Simon de Mentle (1170 – 1220)
32. Attila the Enlightened (1213 – 1275)
33. Geoffrey the Sodslopper (1215 – 1245)
34. William McSweeney (1281 – 1334)
35. Colin Almugs (1288 – 1357)
36. Joan of Aarrgghh! (1297 – 1357)
37. Sister Melodius de la Rhium (1307 – 1398)
38. William of Zennor (1327 – 1379)
39. Facility Cropper (1333 – 1369)
40. Suffering Mervyn (1369 – 1415)
41. Lady Josephine Chuntley-Boor (1378 – 1428)
42. Louis de Fishent (1431 – 1497)
43. Arnold Codwallingham (1437 – 1467)
44. Helen of Tintagel (1437 – 1485)
45. Abbot Thorsten Quietly (1446 – 1511)
46. Constance Kunchbrakken (1515 – 1568)
47 Faultless Rufus (1544 1599)
48. Paranoid Boyd (1559 – 1590)
49. Motivating Melissa of St Helier (1569 – 1448)
50. Quivering Edward (1579 – 1611)
51. Arthur Crottingwart (1586 – 1638)
52. Armageddon Shillingford (1587 – 1630)
53. Tapscott ‘Twinge’ Turner (1611 – 1646)
54. Annie Johnson (1628 – 1666)
55. Corporal Ebenezer Scumme (1628 – 1677)
56. Littlecock Larfington Bastard (1673 – 1707)
57. Phillip of Bradfield (1674 – 1741)
58. Cathcart Jones (1679 – 1728)
59. Soporificus Pitt (1679 – 1728)
60. Hampton Y. McCoy (1694 – 1708)
61. Ronald ‘Hopeless’ Terwatt (1704 – 1725)
62. Douglas Douglas (1713 – 1764)
63. Sawbones Fotheringham (1750 – 1818)
64. Vasco d’Zarstir (1757 – 1827)
65. Dai Laffin (1759 – 1809)
66. General Diligence Dumphuk (1769 – 1809)
67. S.F. ‘Shit-faced’ Wilkins (1770 – 1814)
68. Could’ve Been Hawkins (1770 – 1832)
69. Sudo Kamikaze (1780 – 1835)
70. Rumleigh Materson (1792 – 1845)
71. Lawrence of Algiers(1802 – 1880)
72. Padraig O’Reilly of Cork (1809 – 1834)
73. Buckley ‘Nine-Lives’ Cartwright (1815 – 1884)
74. Charlotte Dunne-Knightley (1817 – 1864)
75. Fitzherbert Hobson (1829 – 1861)
76. Algernon Entwhistle (1831 – 1856)
77. Sir Francis de Nighle (1840 – 1914)
78. Urban Petersen (1844 – 1885)
79. Cardinal Slumberus Drone (1859 – 1932)
80. Spooner Read (1844 – 1885)
81. Drake O’Hanlon (1893 – 1933)
82. Albert Scrungel (1908 – 1945)
83. Henri de Floric (1911 – 1979)
84. Double-billing Doris Downsborough (1925 – 1964)
85. Samuel Hackett (1937 – 1998)
86. Fulton Farnsworth Fletcher (1944 – 1989)
87. Ginger Nutjob (1960 – 1985)
88. John Smith (1969 -present)
89. Numbing Jane Thackery (1980 – 2009)

About George Fripley
I am a writer who enjoys writing humour, satire, poetry and sometimes a bit of philosophy. I live in Perth, Western Australia and occasionally get a poem or article published. It's all good fun! I have two books available for unwary readers, Grudges, Rumours and Drama Queens- The Civil Servant's Manual (This contains all that anybody could ever want to know about why government runs so slowly) and More Gravy Please! - the Politician's Handbook. (available through Amazon)

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