Famous People Named Florence
Take a look at famous people named Florence, such as Florence Joyner, Florence Harding, and Florence Mills.
Track and Field Athlete / 1959 - 1998
Olympic gold medalist Florence Joyner brought style to track and field with form-fitting bodysuits, six-inch fingernails and amazing speed. She still holds the world records in the 100- and 200-meter events.
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profile name: Florence Nightingale profile occupation: Nurse
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profile name: Florence Joyner profile occupation: Track and Field Athlete
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profile name: Florence Henderson profile occupation: Television Actress
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profile name: Florence Welch profile occupation: Singer
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profile name: Florence Ballard profile occupation: Singer
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profile name: Florence Mills profile occupation: Dancer, Singer
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