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Proper noun
  1. A surname​.
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By the end of the 18th century the Wirral side of the Mersey had five ferry houses, at Seacombe, Woodside, the Rock, New Ferry and Eastham.
At Nauset, now Eastham, their shallop was unfortunately wrecked.
Blackburn magistrates heard that Howard Wayne Eastham grabbed his aunt by the throat during the incident and she fell to the floor.
Many of the Wirral's villages, such as Willaston, Eastham and Sutton, were established and named at this time.
Nearby, in what is now Eastham, they had their first encounter with Native Americans.
Sandro Carnemolla was breathalysed by police after he rowed with a Mersey river pilot on board to guide the ship, MV Quercianella, out of Eastham Docks.

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