Little People, Midgets, Dwarves

The number of tiny performers is voluminous. See the list below with special thanks to Elizabeth Anderson [e] for helping create this master list.

Ackenheil, Ignatz [e]
Adams, Eddie (born Adam Edwin Kozicki)(Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Adams, Lucy (Sister of Sarah Adams)(Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company) [e]
Adams, Sarah (Sister of Lucy Adams)(Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company) [e]
Adella (also Mlle. Adele) "The Living Doll" (Royaume de Liliput de Paris) [e]
Admiral Dot (born Leopold Kahn, Uncle of Samuel Kahn, "Major Atom") (Liliputian Opera Company)[d, e, jm]
Admiral Thumb [blk 0-249]
Admiral Tom Thumb (born Jan Hannema) "Admiral van Tromp" [e]
Akers, Carrie "Midget Fat Lady"
Alden, Darius Abner "Glass-Blowing Dwarf" [mh]
Alfred [e]
Allen, Thomas (Bartholomew Fair, London) [e]
Allison, Gladys W.(Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Ames, Lizzie (also Lizzie Reed, Lizzie Reid) [e]
Andre, Miss Hansi (Midget equestrienne at Tiny Town) [e]
Anita, The Living Doll
Anny [e]
Ansley, Edmond (also Edmund)
Armstrong, Jimmy "Little Jimmy Circus Bugler" (1952 film "The Greatest Show On Earth") [e] [cew]
Arthur, Major (Johnny J. Jones Midgets) [e]
Ashberry, Mary
Askens, Mrs. Clifford
Aslett, Fred "Pip" [dpm41]
Austin, Jerry (1932 film "Freaks") [blk 0-198-202] [e]
Baby Olive (Eiler's Big Show) [e]
Baby Venus
Bagonghi (born Andrea Bernabe 1850, Died 1920) [e]
Bagonghi (born Giuseppe Bignoli 1889, Died 1939) [e]
Bakyoni, Susanna [e]
Ballard, Vera (also Cura Ballard) [e]
Ballas, John (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Ballow, James [e]
Balluck, Josefine (sister of Mike Balluck?) (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Balluck, Mike (born Franz Balluck, brother of Josefine Balluck?) (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Bambury, John T. (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz" "The Terror Of Tiny Town" "Superman and the Mole Men") [e]
Barren, Walter Freeman [e]
Barnett, Jack [e]
Barnett, Master Herbert [e]
Baron Paucci
Baroness Jrmgard [e]
Baroness Madeleine (Johnny J. Jones’s Midgets) [e]
Becker, Charles (also Charley) (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz" "The Terror Of Tiny Town") [e]
Belton, Sarah “Sadie” (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company) [e]
Behnke, John [e]
Behrens, Henry (also Jack Fullford) [e]
Bennett, Barbara (also Jenson) "World's Smallest Mother" [rl7] [e]
Bester, Madge (born 1963. Currently the world’s smallest living woman. [e]
Bellon, Anita (born Edith Barlow) "Anita the Living Doll" [e]
Ber, Adele [e]
Bernadet, Denis "Prince Denis" "Prince Dennison" "The Most Diminutive Human"
"Deniso, L’homme Microscopique" [e]
(Les Marechal Midgets, Singer’s Midgets, Johnny J. Jones Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz" "The Terror Of Tiny Town") [e]
Bernadet, Marguerite "Princess Marguerite" "The Doll Lady"
"Marguerita, la Poupee Bearnaise" (The Bearnais Doll)[e]
(Les Marechal Midgets, Johnny J. Jones Midgets) [e]
Bernadet, Mary Jeanne "Lady Little" "The Doll Lady" (Johnny J. Jones Midgets) [e]
Bernhardt, Emma (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company) [e]
Bertholde [e]
Besky, Freda (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Black, Danny (performer and entrepreneur of www.shortdwarf.com, talent agency for dwarves)
Black Prince, The (Shown at the Duke of Marlborough’s Head on Fleet Street, London) [e]
Boehming, Walter (also Walter Boning) [e]
Boer, Simon (Royaume de Liliput de Paris) [e]
Boers, Henry (brother of Theodore "Teddy" Boers) (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Boers, Theodore “Teddy” (brother of Henry Boers) (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Boruwlaski, Anastasia (sister of Joseph Boruwlaski) [e]
Boruwlaski, Count Josef
Boughton, Little Helen [e]
Bowman, Betty (Wife of Bud Bowman) [e]
Bowman, Bud (Husband of Betty Bowman) [e]
Bowman, Frank
Boykin, Dolletta "The World’s Smallest Mother [e]
Boykin, Major (Married to Dolletta Boykin) [e]
Bregant, Inez Louis (Married to Jean Louis)
Bregant, Jean "Prince Colibri" (Married to Inez Louis)
Brown, Dixie Lee
Brown, Tina [blk 0-185]
Buck, Mr. C. H. (second? husband of Dolletta Boykin)
Burdett, Fannie (twin sister of Major Burdett)
Burdett, Major (twin brother of Fannie Burdett)
Buresh, Christie (Sister of Eddie and Lida Buresh) (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Buresh, Eddie (Brother of Christie and Lida Buresh) (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Buresh, Lida (Sister of Christie and Eddie Buresh) (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Cameron, Don
Camiham, Bertha
Captain Claude [blk 0-252]
Cardenas, General [e]
Carnihan, Bertha (also Bertha Camiham, Bertha Cunningham, Beula Carnahan)
Carr, Mrs. Lee [blk 0-597,mr98]
Carroll, Mickey (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Carter, Thomas [e]
Carver, General Willis [d] [e]
Cazotte (Marco Catozze) "Armless & Legless Dwarf" [fd142]
Chaffer's Wonder Midget Troup [blk 0-605,mr103]
Chanoski, Paul [blk 0-192]
Charlet, Otto [e]
Chavita [e]
Che-Mah (Chung Mow?) [d] [e]
Chesworth, George (Married to Ida Chesworth) “World’s Smallest Perfect Man and Woman”
“The World’s Smallest Dancers” [e]
Chesworth, Ida (Married to George Chesworth) [e]
Chiquita (born Alizia Espiridiona) "Alice Zenda" "Mrs. Anthony C. Woeckner"
"The Living Doll" "The Cuban Atom"
(Thumbiana & Lilliputian Opera Company)[mm87][e]
Cilla, Felix "Cousin Itt" [jackdrac]
Clare, Rose [e]
Clever, Frau (Married Herr Clever) [e]
Clever, Herr (Married Frau Clever) [e]
Clifton, Mr. & Mrs. (Parents of Myrna Clifton) (Midget City, 1934 Century of Progress) [e]
Clifton, Myrna (Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Clifton) (Midget City, 1934 Century of Progress) [e]
Clowes, Anne [e]
Coan, John (Exhibited before Royal Society 1751, Bartholomew Fair,
Dwarf Tavern in the Five Fields at Chelsea 1762) [e]
Cockburn, Martha [e]
Colonel Casper (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz", Police Chief of Gibsonton, Florida) [e]
Colvin, Major [e]
Commodore Foote (aka Charles Nestel)
Commodore Nutt
Cooke, Anne (Sister of Daniel, Eliza and Susan Cooke) [e]
Cooke, Daniel (Brother of Anne, Eliza and Susan Cooke) [e]
Cooke, Eliza (Sister of Daniel, Anne and Susan Cooke) [e]
Cooke, Susan (Sister of Daniel, Eliza and Anne Cooke) [e]
Cooley, Jimmy [e]
Cooper, Nona "The American Doll Lady" (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Coppernin (Court dwarf of Princess Augusta of Wales, and the last court dwarf in England) [e]
Coretta
Cotton, Tommy (born Tommy Cottonaro, also Thomas J. Cotton)
(Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Coulter, Elizabeth (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Count P. Nichol [mr31]
Cox, Colonel Albert (married to Mrs. Albert Cox) (Lester’s Midgets) [e]
Cox, Mrs. Albert (married to Mr. Albert Cox) (Lester’s Midgets) [e]
Criqui, Major Albert J. [d][e]
Croft, “Idaho” Lewis (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Cucksey, Anne (also Ann. Married to Frank Cucksey) [e]
Cucksey, Frank (Married to Anne Cucksey) (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [d][e]
Curtis, Billy [blk 0-220]
Cucciola "The Midget Santa" (1952 film "The Greatest Show On Earth") [e]
Curry, John Francis
Curtis, Billy "Little Billy" (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Dainty Dewey
Dale, Paul (1950 film "It's A Small World") [e]
David, Eugene S., Jr. (Brother of Eulie H. David)
(Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz", 1985 film "Doin' Time") [e]
David, Eulie H. (Brother of Eugene S. David, Jr.) (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Davis, Major (Thumbiana & Lilliputian Opera Company) [e]
Day, Thomas (Exhibited at Bartholomew Fair, 1825) [e]
de Barcsy, Baron Nicu (Son of bearded lady Sidonia de Barcsy) [e]
deKay, Count (Thumbiana & Lilliputian Opera Company) [e]
Decker, General Charles [e]
de laCruz,Juan and Martina "The Smallest People in the World"[e]
de losSantos, Don Santiago [e]
Delphino, Frank J. (also Frank Delfino) "The World’s Smallest Violinist"
(1968 film "Planet of the Apes", 1971 film "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory") [e]
Del Rios, Three (see below)
DelRio, Delores (Hamid’s Million Dollar Pier, Johnny J. Jones Midgets;
1939 New York World’s Fair) [e]
DelRio, Paul (Hamid’s Million Dollar Pier, Johnny J. Jones Midgets;
1939 New York World’s Fair) [e]
DelRio, Trinidad (also Trinidad Rodriguez) (Hamid’s Million Dollar Pier,
Johnny J. Jones Midgets;
1939 New York World’s Fair) [e]
Denis, Ethel W. (married to “Prince Denis”) "Princess Ethel"
(Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Denkinger, A. (appeared with normal-sized son as "Munchener Original-Duett"
Munich’s Original Duet) [e]
Diki Diki, Panglima [e]
Dolletta [dpm20]
Doll Family (Grace, Tiny, Harry & Daisy Schneider)
Doll, Daisy (born Hilda E. Schneider, also Daisy Earles) [e]
(RBBB Circus, 1928 film "Three-Ring Marriage", 1932 film "Freaks", Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz",
1950 film "The Greatest Show on Earth")
Doll, Grace (born Freida Schneider, also Gracie, Grace Earles, Grace Finley) [e]
(RBBB Circus, 1931 film "Be Big", Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz")
Doll, Harry (born Kurt Schneider, also Hans, Harry Earles; Harry Finley) [e]
(RBBB Circus, 1925 film "The Unholy Three", 1928 film "Three-Ring Marriage", 1930 film (remake)
"The Unholy Three", 1932 film "Freaks",
Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Doll, Tiny (born Elly Annie Schneider. also Tiny Earles)
(RBBB Circus, 1928 film "Three-Ring Marriage", 1931 film "Special Delivery",
1931 film "Be Big", Singer’s Midgets,
"The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Doll Princess, The [e]
Dollmeta (mother of Lester, midget) [e]
Dolores and Shirley (identical twins) [e]
Draper, Captain Samuel [e]
Doyle, Major James D.
(1933 Century of Progress, Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Dunn, Michael (born Gary Neil Miller) [e]
Dutton, Dolly (Thumbiana & Lilliputian Opera Company) [e]
The Dwarf Of The World (Exhibited at the Brandy Shop,
Stocks Market, London, 1700)
Eagle Midgets
Eagles, Harry
Earles,Harry & Grace (also Hansel and Gretel)
Ebert, Franz
Edwards, Millie (born Emily Edwards, married to Francis Flynn i.e.
"General Mite") "Mrs. Mite"
El Ingles, Don Antonio [mm97]
Erickson, Carl M. (also Kayo Erickson) (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Esmiliaire, Adrien (also Adrienes; Little Adrien; Le Liliputien Celebre "The Famous Liliputian";
Le Roi des Nains "The King of the Dwarves")
Farrel, Owen [mm96]
Felda (also Zelda) "midget woman with mustache"[blk 0-230] [e]
Evans, Tiny LaVonda (Married to Alva Evans, an achondroplastic dwarf) [e]
Evans, Alva (Midget clown. Husband of Tiny LaVonda)
Farrell, Owen (1700's) [e]
Ferreira, Antonio "Fipps" "The Dutch Midget" [e]
Finley, Grace & Harry (also see Harry & Grace Doll, Kurt Schneider)[blk 0-744,mr126]
Fisher, Colonel [e]
Fisher, Princess Lucy (1884 Drew’s Dime Museum, 1890's Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show) [e]
Flament, Baroness Simone "Duchess Simone" "The Smallest Personality"
(Les Marechal Midgets) [e]
Flynn, Francis Joseph "General Mite" [gd]
Foote, Commodore (born Charles Nestel)
(Thumbiana & Lilliputian Opera Company) [e] [ec]
Foote, Mrs. "The Fairy Queen" (born Eliza Nestel, wife of Baron Littlefinger,
sister of Commodore Foote)
(Thumbiana & Lilliputian Opera Company) [e] [ec]
Foster, Cassie (appeared with sister Victoria as "The Fairy Sisters".
Died before the birth of brother Dudley Foster) [e]
Foster, Dudley (Brother of Victoria and Cassie Foster)
"General Mite" "Nova Scotian Midget" [mr49][e]
Foster, Victoria (appeared with sister Cassie as "The Fairy Sisters".
Died before the birth of brother Dudley Foster) [e]
Fox, Major [e]
Frank, Addie Eva (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Fraulein Angelika [e]
Frohlich, Franzi (married to Fritz Schachel) [e]
Gantz, Major Charles (also Ganz) "The Smallest Man on Earth" [d] [e]
Gantz, Sophia
Gardner, Thaisa L. (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Gaynor, Alice [blk 0-192]
General Littlefinger
General Mite (see Flynn, Francis Joseph)
General Tom Thumb
Gerlich, Jacob “Jackie” (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Giblin, William A. (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Gibson, George
Gibson, Richard (also Charles Gibson, married to Anne Shepherd)
(Court dwarf to King Charles I)
Glassner's Midgets [blk 0-604]
Glicken, Jack (born Jack Glickstein, married Mildred Monti, fat lady) (Singer’s Midgets,
"The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Governor Allen
Graf, Lea (born Margaret Furthman. Also Lia Schwartz; Lydia Graf,
Lia Graf, Lya)
Graham "The Lilliputian Wonder" "The Human Marionette" [e]
Graham, Myrna (also Myrna Brown) "The World’s Smallest Woman"
"The World’s Smallest Mother"
(1994 Film "The Last American Sideshow")
Granger, Carolyn E. (Singer’s Midgets, "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Grant, General, Jr. (born Edward J. Newell, married Minnie Warren)
(Thumbiana & Lilliputian Opera Company) [e]
Grata [blk 0-271]
Greene, Lester "Beetlejuice"
(Howard Stern Show regular, 2001 film "Bubble Boy" 2001 film "Scary Movie 2")
Gretl (Dreamland Circus Sideshow)
Grimes, John (England 17??-1736)
Gunther, Willy (1870's-1880's)
Guyet, Lottie
Haas, Caroline (born Helen Louise Haskell) "Miss Caroline" (Horvath's Midgets)
Hackmann, Franz (married Johanna Victoria) (born Germany 1881)
Hackmann, Johanna Victoria (married Franz Hackmann) (born Germany 1883)
Hakl, Frederick
Hans [blk 0-243]
Hansel and Gretel (later Harry and Grace) Earles
Harner, Major Robert
Hassid, Pasha Hayati "The Turkish Tom Thumb" "The Mayor of Tiny Town"
(Royaumme de Liliput de Paris, Tiny Town)[blk 0-269]
Hauptman, John (born Austria)
Henri (born France 1895)
Herbst, Joseph (Singer’s Midgets, 1938 film "The Terror of Tiny Town" 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Henry Kramer's Midget Troupe
Hidalgo, Don Francisco (born Spain)
Hill, Margarite
Hofbauer, Jakob (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Holland, P.J. "The Australian Tom Thumb"
Hopkins, Hopkin (also Hokins Hopkins) (born Wales 1736, died 1754)
Horn, Gustav (twin of Paul Horn)
Horn, Paul (twin of Gustav Horn)
Horompo, Feri (brother of Paul Horompo, married "Miss Anna") "Mr. Ferry" (Horvath's Midgets)
Horompo, Paul (brother of Feri Horompo, married "Miss Anna") "Mr. Paul" (Horvath's Midgets,
1952 film "The Greatest Show on Earth")
Horwath, Rosa [blk 0-207]
Hudson, Jeffery [mm95]
Houghton, Major Samuel Edward (Thumbiana & Lilliputian Opera Company) [e]
Hovart family of Lilliputians (born Germany. Barnum & Bailey 1903) [d]
Hoy, Elizabeth (Sister of Helen and Marguerite Hoy)
Hoy, Helen M. (Sister of Elizabeth and Marguerite Hoy)
(Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Hoy, Marguerite A. (Sister of Elizabeth and Helen Hoy)
(Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Hpoo, Fatma Sing (Sister of Smaun Sing Hpoo)
Hpoo, Smaun Sing (also Suma Smaun, brother of Fatma Sing Hpoo) (Royaumme de Liliput de Paris)
Huber, Colonel
Hudson, Jeffrey "Lord Minimus" (born England 1619, died 1678)
Hulse, James R. (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Hunter, Joseph
Huskins, Frank
Ike & Mike [ajax101]
Irving, Hattie
Jarvis, John (also John Jervis. Page to Queen Mary I.) (born England 1508, died 1556)
Johnson, Chas "The Buffalo Midget"
Jones, Mary "The Shropshire Dwarf"
Josefie, Mr. (born 1887) Midget equestrian performer
Kahn, Leopold "Admiral Dot" [fd254]
Kannstein, Wilhelm
Kassino Midgets
Katharina (Wife? of Seppetoni) (born 1869)
Kelley, Charles E.(Brother? of Jessie Kelley) (Singer’s Midgets,
1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Kelley, Jessie E. (also Jessie Becker. Sister? of Charles Kelley)
(Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Key, Kenney
Khusania "The Hindu Dwarf" (Barnum Circus 1899) [e]
Kikel, Frank (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Kiki (born Otto Mokowitz) Dwarf clown
King, Richard
Kirkendall, Harold
Kirtland, Ella (Thumbiana & Lilliputian Opera Company) [e]
Kitchen, Kathy (1973 film "The Mutations"; 1983 film "Angelo My Love")
Klima, Harry (born Bernard Klima) (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Klinkenhart, Charles (brother of Fritz and Gustav)
Klinkenhart, Fritz (brother of Charles and Gustav)
Klinkenhart, Gustav (brother of Fritz and Charles)
Klinkert Midgets
Kobel, Bernie
Koestner, Emma (sister of Willi and Mitzi Koestner)
(Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Koestner, Mitzi (sister of Willi and Emma Koestner)
(Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Koestner, Willi (brother of Emma and Mitzi Koestner)
(Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Koko, the Killer Klown (born 1975 Antonio J. Torres, Jr.)
(Coney Island Sideshow; 2001 film "The Greatest Show on Earth")
Kossi, Howard (married to Madeleine Tichenor)
Koziel, Joseph J. (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Kramer, Dolly F. (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Kramer's Hollywood Midgets [blk 0-656]
Kranzler, Emil (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Krarer, Miss Olof "The Little Esquimaux Lady"
Krebs, Nita (born 1905 Anna N. Krebs) (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Kritch, Annie (mustachioed midget woman) [blk 0-231]
LaBarbera, Little Jeane (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Lady Ethel [blk 0-243]
Lady Jean (Johnny Jones' Midgets) [e]
Lady Little [blk 0-247-743]
Lange, Hilde (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Leach, Emma
Leal, Johnny "The Miniature Will Rogers" (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz",
1945 film "An Angel Comes To Brooklyn") [e]
Lee, Major
Le Grande, Pierre (born Holland 1926) "Prince Colibri" "Prince Colobri" [mm97] [e]
Lessing, Major Joe (son of “Dollmeta”) "Lester"[e]
Lhaurens, Maria (born 1802) "La Naine Espagnole" (The Spanish Dwarf)
Little Count Teddy "The Little Spanish Count" [nd]
Little Dot [blk 0-241]
Little Edna
Little Farey Woman (exhibited at the Harts-Horn Inn, Pye Corner, London)
Little Jewel
Little Lord Robert
Little, Major
Little Miracle Town
Little Old Woman of Bagdad (exhibited Bartholomew Fair, London 1825)
Little Scotchman (exhibited at Brookfield Market, London 1682)
Little Tom
Littlefinger, Dollie (daughter of Major and Mrs. Littlefinger)
Littlefinger, General (also Major Littlefinger; General Kleinfinger)
Littlefinger, Mrs.
Lockhart, Charles (also Charley. Served three terms as Texas State Treasurer)
Lolkes, Wybrand (born Holland) (exhibited The Amphitheater near Westminster Bridge & Astley's, London 1790) [e]
Love, Arthur (born 1871) [blk 0-209,mr33] [e]
Ludwig, Charles (born 1885, married Prinzessin Martha) "Prince Ludwig" "Mr. Ludwig"
(Royaumme de Liliput de Paris, Tiny Town, Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e])
McDill, Johnnie Fern (born 1925 Jeanette Fern. also Fern Formica)
(Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz", 19 film "The Terror Of Tiny Town", 1941 film "Meet John Doe", 1943 film "Flesh and Fantasy") [e]
McDonald, Baby
McFarland, Willie
McKichan, Donald
McKinley, Finlay (appeared with siblings John and Mary as “The Highland Dwarves”)
McKinley, John (appeared with siblings Finlay and Mary as “The Highland Dwarves”)
McKinley, Mary (appeared with siblings John and Finlay as “The Highland Dwarves”)
Mme. Teresia "The Corsican Fairy"
Mlle. Coretta (born 1899 Ruby Bell Rickoff) "Princess Coretta"
Mab, Queen (born Jeanne Duvain, married Casper Weis “The Noble Adrien Mab”) (Barnum & Bailey Circus 1901)
Magri, Amalia (sister of Primo and Giuseppe Magri)
Magri, Count Primo (born Ernesto Magri. Brother of Baron Littlefinger & Amalia Magri; married Lavinia Warren "Mrs. Tom Thumb")
"Count Rosebud" "Mrs. Tom Thumb's Husband" (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company; Royaume de Liliput de Paris)
Magri, Giuseppe (Brother of Count Magri & Amalia Magri) "Baron Littlefinger"
(Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company; Royaume de Liliput de Paris)
Magro, Dominick (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Major Atom (born Samuel Kahn) (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company) [e]
Major Fox [blk 0-657,mr22]
Major Rhinehart [blk 0-194,mr29]
Major White[mr26]
Maloney Bros.
McDill, Johnnie
Major Adam
Major Burdett [blk 0-225]
Major Ganz (also see Charles Ganz)
Major Lee
Major Littlefinger [blk 0-235,mr36]
Major Mite
Major Ray [blk 0-236]
Major Stanley
Maloney, Patty [e]
Manzo, Carlos (born 1914, died 1955) (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Marco, Howard (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Maren, Elizabeth (married Jerry Maren) (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Maren, Jerry (born 1920 Gerard Marenghi, married Elizabeth Maren) (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Marine, Lizzie
Marval (Nouveau Cirque du Paris)
Matina, Ike (born Bela Matina in Hungary. Married Princess Marguerite Bernadet. Triplet brother of Matjus Matina (“Mike”) and Lajos Matina (“Leo”).
(also Ike Rogers, Ike Candy, Ike of "Ike & Mike") (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Matina, Leo (born Lajos Matina in Hungary. Triplet brother of Matjus Matina (“Mike”) and Bela Matina (“Ike”).
(Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Matina, Mike (born Matjus Matina in Hungary. Triplet brother of Lajos Matina (“Leo”) and Bela Matina (“Ike”).
(also Matthew Matina; Mike Rogers; Mike Candy, Mike of "Ike & Mike") (Singer’s Midgets, 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Mauldin, J.C. (brother of S.W. Mauldin and Minnie Mauldin)
Mauldin, Minnie (sister of S.W. and J.C. Mauldin)
Mauldin, S.W. (brother of J.C. Mauldin and Minnie Mauldin)
Max
Mayne, Tony (1973 film "The Mutations")
Medous, Jennie
Merculova, Stepanida
Michu (born Mihaly Meszaros, 1940 Hungary) "The World’s Smallest Man"
(RBBBC 1973, 1986 television show "ALF", 1988 film "Big Top Pee Wee") [e]
Midget Joe
Milahy, Anna "Anita" "Miss Annie" (Horvath’s Midgets Company) [e]
Miller, Miss
Millet, Francois
Ministeri, George (born 1931, died 1986) (1938 film "The Terror of Tiny Town"; Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz")
Minott, Maggie (also Minnie Minnert; Minnie Ayert)
Mite, General (born 1872 Francis Joseph Flynn, also Franky Flynn. Married Emily “Millie” Edwards) "General Tiny Mite"
(Zarate Family Midgets) [e]
Mite, Major (born 1913 Clarence Chesterfield Howerton. also C.C. Howerton)
(1932 film short "Free Eats", Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz"; World Circus Sideshow (1932-1940)
Mite, Major (born John Dempster Simpson)
Mite, Major (born John Zmaris)
Mite, Major (born in 1864 New Zealand, William E. Jackson)
Miss Claire
Miss Marta (born 1888)
Miss Regina (Dwarf clown at Casino de Paris)
Miss Patinah (born Indonesia, 1931)
Miss Munsell [blk 0-237]
Mite, Jerry
Moe, Major
Mohammed, Gul (born India, 1957, died 1997) (At 22" was the shortest adult in the world until his death in 1997)
Monty, Harry (born 1904, Hymie Liechtenstein. Died 1999)
(Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz"; 1941 "Hellzapoppin"; 1942 "Tarzan’s New York Adventure" 1968 "Planet of the Apes" 1969 "Hello Dolly!"; 1973 "Papillon")
Moray, Yvonne (born 1917 Yvonne Bistany) "The Miniature Greta Garbo"
(1938 film "The Terror of Tiny Town", Singer’s Midgets; 1939 "The Wizard of Oz"; 1962 "Confessions of an Opium Eater")
Moore, Pete [blk 0-779]
Morello, Mr. (Zeynard’s Marvellous Midget Circus; Tiny Town) Midget contortionist.
Morford, Little Elizabeth (born Mary Elizabeth Morford)
Morgan, Miss (born 1746) "The Windsor Fairy"; "Lady Morgan" (exhibited Bartholomew Fair)
Moritz, Henrietta “Hattie” [blk 0-238]
Morris Gest's Little Miracle Town [fd260]
Morris, Hazel "World’s Smallest Mother" (mother of Jackie) [blk 0-658,mr115] [e]
Morris, Jackie (born Barbara Morris) (daughter of Hazel) [blk 0-658,mr115] [e]
Munsamy, Soopromanien "The British Indian Midget" (Appeared with Perumal Sami “Double Bodied Boy” & Gondio Rao, "pinhead").
Murray, James (Triplet brother of John and Joseph Murray)
Murray, John (Triplet brother of James and Joseph Murray)
Murray, Joseph (Triplet brother of James and John Murray)
Musters, Princess Pauline (born Holland in 1876,Johanna Pauline Musters. also Pauline Masters) "The Living Doll"
Nardone, Olga C. "Little Olga"; "Princess Olga" (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz")
Nelson, Annie A.
Nelson, Nels P. (born 1921, died 1995) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz")
Newrath, Joe [blk 0-217]
Nichol, Count P. & Mrs. May Nichol
Nichol, Count Philippe (Father of Philippe Nichol Jr., husband of Rose Dufresne "Countess Nichol")
(Nouveau Palais des Nains "The New Famous Midgets’ Palace")
Nichol, Countess Rose (born Rose Dufresne, Married to Philippe Nichol; mother of Philippe Nichol, Jr.)
(Nouveau Palais des Nains "The New Famous Midgets’ Palace")
Nichol, Philippe, Jr. (born 1926, Son of Count Philippe Nichol and Rose Dufresne)
Nickloy, Margaret C. H. (born Natalia Nickloy) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz")
Noble, Art
Nowak, Baron Richard (also Novak)
Nowak, Major C. (Neil O’Brien’s Minstrels, 1918)
Nutt, Commodore (born 1848 George Washington Morrison Nutt, Died 1881. Married to Minnie Warren?, Brother of Rodnia Nutt)
(Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company)
Nutt, Major (born 1840, Rodnia Nutt, Jr. brother of Commodore Nutt) (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company)
O’Baugh, Franklin H. (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz")
O’Docharty, Tex (born 1920, William H. O’Docharty) (Singer’s Midgets; 1938 film "The Terror of Tiny Town"; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz")
Olson, Hildred C. (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz")
Ovitz Family, The (also Owitch Family)
Pearson Midgets
Perkeo [mm94]
Paap, Simon (born 1789, Holland, died 1828)(Exhibited Carlton House, England, 1815)
Packard, Frank (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz", 1939 "The Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe")
Page, Nicholas (born 1904, died 1978) “Nicky” (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz")
Pap, Rosi "Miss Rossie" (Horvath’s Midgets)
Parks, Duchess Leona M. "The Beautiful Miniature"
(Dreamland Circus Sideshow; Les Marechal Midgets; Johnny J. Jones Midgets; Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz")
Pascha, Abdurrhama
Paucci, Baron (Dreamland Circus Sideshow; Johnny J. Jones Midgets)
Peanuts, General
Pellegrini, Margaret (born 1923, Margaret Williams) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz")
Periemelus, Paulus (Violinist who sometimes appeared in a bear costume)
Petterson, Mrs. Lillian
Peyel, Iohan
Piccolomini, Prinzess Elspeth
Pizo, Johnny (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz")
Philips, Calvin (born 1719, died 1812) "The American Dwarf Child"
Phillips, William (born Wales) (exhibited Bartholomew Fair, London, 1825)
Platt, William “Billy” (1916 film "Snow White" 1927 "Two Flaming Youths" 1928 "Tillie’s Punctured Romance"; 1938 "The Terror of Tiny Town")
Polinsky, Prince Leon (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz")
Prince Arthur (Royal American Shows; Whitey Sutton Shows 1948-1970's; Harmur Shows 1987)
(dance partner of Princess La-La, 400+ pound fat lady. Married to a normal-sized lady)
Prince Colibri (born in Russia 1882, Dimitri Ossopoff Levland)
Prince Colibri (born Austria 1963, Max Zaborsky) "Prince Kollibri"
Prince Dennis [blk 0-257]
Prince Louis (Thumbiana and Liliputian Opera Company)
Prince Mignon
Prince & Princess Mike [blk 0-746]
Prince Napoleon
Prince Nicholi [dpm33,mr32]
Princess Victoria [blk 0-745]
Prince Nikolai (born Russia, 1871)
(At 18" was possibly the smallest adult man in recorded history, or perhaps was 11 years old and had Progeria?)
Prince Puck
Prince Tinymite
Princess Ann
Princess Beatrice (possibly albino)
Prince Buddha (midget and thin man)
Princess Colibri
Princess Dot
Princess Ida
Princess Lorretta
Princess Marguerite
Princess Marion
Princess Mariska
Princess Nellie
Princess Nouma-Hawa (Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show)
Princess Olga
Princess Paulina [mm97]
Princess Reta (Dwarf accordion player)
Princess Sonja
Princess Suzanne
Princess Tiny (see Trudgen, May) [blk 0-648][mr111]
Princess Topaze (Paris, France, 1879)
Princess Victoria (born Australia 1888, also "Madame Melba")
Princess Violet
Princess Wee Jean "World’s Smallest Mother" (World's Fair Museum, 1937)
Princess Wee Wee (born Baltimore 1894) (Dreamland Circus Sideshow, 1908-1917)
Princess Weenie Wee (born Hattie Williams) "Winnie Wee"; "The Animated Chocolate Éclair"
Prinz Atom
Prinz Stanislow
Prinz Theodor die Kanone
Prinzess Helena (born Germany 1874)
Prinzess Rosalia
Prinzessin Martha
Prout, George (born 1774, Died 1851) (Worked as a messenger for the Houses of Parliament) [e]
Pyott, Harold (born 1887) "Tiny Tim"; "The English Midget"; "The Living Doll" [e]
Queen Jewell [blk 0-233]
Quick, Parshall "Partial Kenney" (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company) [e]
Quigley, Jane (born 1850, sister of Jennie Quigley) (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company)[e]
Quigley, Jennifer (born 1850, sister of Jane Quigley) "The Scottish Queen" (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company) [blk 0-599][e]
Raabe, Meinhardt (born Wisconsin 1915) (Nate Eagle’s Midget Village at Chicago World’s Fair 1934; Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Raia, Margaret (born 1927, Died 2003. Sister of Mathew Raia) “Margie”
(Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz", Cetlin & Wilson Shows) [e]
Raia, Matthew (Brother of Margaret Raia) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Ramel, Ernst (Born Hungary) "Mr. Ernersto" (Horvath’s Midgets Company) [e]
Ray, Major William (Born 1860) "Willie Ray", "Buster Brown"
Ray, Mrs. (Wife of Major Ray)
Rector, King
Resmondo, Hazel (born 1906, Hazel I. Derthick. Died 1989.) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Retter, Freddie (born Fredreich Retter) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Reynol (born 1922, died 2000) "Tiny Tommy"; "A Half-Pint of Fun"
Reynolds, Jennie
Rhinback, General J.(Married to Princess Lucy Fisher) "General Ricknbeck"; "General Ribenbeck"; "Major Rhineback"
Rhinehart, Major Ellis (Born 1857)
Rhoden, Little Gloria
Rhodes, Captain Billy (Born 1895, Died 1967) "Little Billy", "Sabitini"
(Singer’s Midgets; 1924 film "Oh, Baby"; 1927 "The Sideshow"; 1934 "Men in Black"; 1938 "The Terror of Tiny Town"; 1938 "Marie Antoinette"; 1939 "The Wizard of Oz")
Rice, Ann (later Ann Rice Leslie. Sister of Augusta & Herman Rice) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Rice, Augusta (Sister of Ann & Herman Rice) [e]
Rice, Herman (Born Germany. Brother of Ann & Augusta Rice) [e]
Rice, Gertrude H. (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Rice, Hazel (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Richebourg (Born France 1768, Died 1858) (Was a spy during the French Revolution)
Ritchie, David (Born Scotland, Died ca. 1800) "The Black Dwarf"; "Bow’d Davie"
Ritter Midgets
Ritter, Werner "Captain Werner" [d]
Robbins, Admiral Don (Midget police officer)
Robinson, Margaret Ann (born Margaret Ann Meek) "Princess Ann"
Robinson, Ruth L. (Born Kansas 1887, Died 1966) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Roberts, Lord (born Robert Kanter) "Little Lord Robert" (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Roka, Sandor (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Rolle, Willy
Romondo, George
Rose, Harriet (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company)
Rose Midgets
Rosemary
Rosen, Jimmy (born Russia 1885 James Rosen, Died NYC 1940. Also James Roson)
(1915 film "Father’s Child"; 1916 "Baby’s Toofs"; 1916 "Snow White"; 1931 "Alice in Wonderland"; Singer’s Midgets; 1939 "The Wizard of Oz")
Rossitto, Angeleno (born Nebraska 1908 Angelo Salvatore Rossitto, Died 1991. also Angelo, Don Barrett) "Little Moe"; "Little Angie"
(1932 film "Freaks"; 1953 "Mesa of Lost Women"; 1955 "Daughter of Horror"; 1969 TV Show "H.R. Pufnstuf"; 1973 "Dracula vs. Frankenstein"; 1975-77 TV Show "Baretta";
1985 "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome")
Rossow, Carl (Brother of Franz Rossow. also Carl Rossolo)
Rossow, Franz (Brother of Carl Rossow. also Franz Rossolo)
Roventini, Johnny (born Brooklyn 1910, died 1998) "The World’s Smallest Bellboy"
(spokesman for the Philip-Morris tobacco company; 1943 film "Stage Door Canteen") [d][e]
Royal Court Midgets
Royal Georgie (Born South River, NJ; Brother of Royal Rozika) (Johnny J. Jones Midgets)
Royal Rozika (Born South River, NJ; Sister of Royal Georgie) (Johnny J. Jones Midgets)
Royale, Chuck (born Charles W. Wojnarski; Brother of Helen and Stella Royale); "Charley F. Royale"; "The Midget Man Russian Dancer"
(Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Royale, Helen J. (born Helen J. Wojnarski; Sister of Chuck and Stella Royale) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Royale, Stella A. (born Stella A. Wojnarski; Sister of Chuck and Helen Royale) (Midget Village, Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Ruddinger, Albert (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Sadler, Ruby (also Rubby Saddler) "Jamaican Lady"[nd]
Saint-Macary, Jean-Brisse (born France)
Salih, Djail (Born: Algeria, 1965) The smallest living man in the world today.
Saluto, Frankie (Born 1906, Died 1982) Dwarf clown inducted into the Clowing Hall of Fame.
Sawyer, Colonel A.L. (Born Key West, FL) "The Smallest Man in the South"
Schneider, (see Doll Family) [blk 0-223]
Singer's Midgets (Leo Singer)
Smith, Carl [blk 0-710]
Smithermore, Tillie
Soopromanien
Sorenson, Dickie "Worlds Tiniest Man" [e]
Sordie, Tom [mr158]
Speck Brothers [mr41]
Stiner, Laurence
Stratton, Charles Sherwood (see "Tom Thumb")
Stoffa, Andrew
Strong Brothers [nd]
Swartwood, Lottie (Lottie Wood, Lottie Kahn) "Mrs. Admiral Dot"[nd][e]
Swift, Vance
Schachel, Fritz (Married Franzi Frohlich)
Schultz, Elise R. (Born 1893, Died 1987) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Schultz, Raymond (1931 film "Alice in Wonderland")
Seppetoni (Born 1868)
Shade, Frank and Mrs. "Chief Debro and Wife"; "The Eskimo Midgets"
Shaner, D.J.
Shaw, Mrs. Jamie Foster (Married to an unknown man with a very long beard) "The World’s Smallest Mother"
Shepherd, Anne (Born England 1620, Died 1709. Wife of Richard Gibson, the Court dwarf of Queen Henrietta Maria of England)
Short Janetie (born Jannetjen? in Holland?)
Silla, Felix (Born Italy, 1937. also Felix Cilla) "Cousin Itt"
(RBBB Circus; 1967 film "She-Freak"; 1964-66 TV Show "The Addams Family")
Silvern, Charles (Born 1902, Died 1979)
(Singer’s Midgets; 1931 film "Alice in Wonderland"; 1939 "The Wizard of Oz"; 1974 "The Great Gatsby"; 1974 "The Taking of Pelham One Two Three"; 1979 "The Warriors")
Simon, Major Gustave
Skinner, Judith (Died 1763, Married Robert Skinner)
Skinner, Robert (Born 1698, Died 1765, Married Judith Skinner)
Slatton, Earl (born Garland Slatton) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Slover, Karl (born Germany 1918 Karl Kosiczky) “Karchy” "Karl Casitzky"
(1937 film "They Gave Him a Gun"; 1938 "The Terror of Tiny Town"; Singer’s Midgets; 1939 "The Wizard of Oz"; 1945 "The Lost Weekend")
Small, Colonel Louis
Small, General Morris (Born Wales) (Barnum Circus, 1895)
Small, Mrs. (Wife of General Small) (Barnum Circus, 1895)
Smith, Ruth A. (Born Iowa 1895, Died 1985) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Smithermore, Tillie
Sordie, Tom (also Tom Sodrie) (Photographed riding in the jacket of George Auger, the Cardiff Giant)
Sorenson, Dickie "The World’s Tiniest Man"
Souvray, Ann Therese (Born 1746)
Spangler, Elmer (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Speck Brothers, The (Identical twin brothers)
Speck, Colonel (born New York 1863 Fleming Wilson Ackerman. Died 1946) (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company)
St. Aubin, Parnell Elmer (Born 1903 , Died 1987) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Stanley, Major
Steere, Colonel Reuben (Married to Rebecca Ann Steere) (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company)
Steere, Rebecca Ann (born Rebecca Ann Meyers. Married Colonel Reuben) (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company)
Stephan, Carl (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Steward, Arthur
Stiner, Laurence
Stocker, Nannette (Born Austria 1780, Died 1819. also Mannetta Stocker)
Stoffa, Andrew
Stuberin, Catherina Helena (Born Germany. Also C.H. Stuberin, C.H. Stoberin)
Stubitz, Eleanor "The Miniature Mae West" (California Pacific Exposition; Midget Village San Diego, California, 1935)
Swenson, Clarence (born Texas 1917 August Clarence Swenson. also Swensen. Husband of Myrna Swenson)
(Singer’s Midgets; 1938 film "The Terror of Tiny Town"; 1939 "The Wizard of Oz")
Swenson, Myrna (Wife of Clarence Swenson)
Swift, Vance (Rose’s Royal Midgets, Midget City, California Pacific Exposition San Diego, 1935)
Tanner, Betty (born 1916 Betty D. Toczylowski. Died 1994.) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz"; 1941 "All-American Co-Ed")
Terhurne, Pete (born Norbert Terhurne) "Poobah" (Dwarf fire eater, glass walker and clown)
(Ward Hall’s World of Wonders; RBBB Circus (1961-1967); 1980 documentry "Being Different"; 1983 "Life as a Sideshow"; 1994 "Last American Sideshow")
Thompson, Buddy (also Buddie)
Thumb, General Tom (born 1838 Charles Sherwood Stratton. Died 1883. Married Lavina Warren)
(Exhibited by Barnum, later with wife and Commodore Nutt; Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company)
Thumb, The Modern Mr. & Mrs Tom
Thumb, Tom (managed by Monsieur Ugo, ca. 1910) "The Oldest Midget in the World"; "The World’s Wonder"
Tichenor, Madeleine (Married to Howard Kossi)
Tiny Tasha
Tom "L’comique Original" ("The Original Comic") (Dwarf clown)
Tot, Major
Totman, General Joseph (Married to Princess Ida) (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company)
Totman, Princess Ida (Married to General Joseph) (Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company)
Townsend, George (Appeared with normal-sized wife and son)
Tweedlie, Molly (1973 film "The Mutations")
Tianita, Mr.and Mrs.
Tiny LaVonda
Tom Thumb (see also Stratton, Charles Sherwood)
Townsend, George
Trudgen, May (see Princess Tiny) [blk 0-648]
Ulpts, Georg Theodor (also Dietrich George Ulpts)
Valakoff (born Russia)
Vierling, Arnold (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Vincent, May
Walpole, Little Lydia (exhibited Bartholomew Fair, London 1825)
Wanmer, Lucy (Born England 1856. Died 1927.) "The Little Woman of Peckham"
Warren, Lavinia "Countess Magri"; "Mrs. Tom Thumb"
(born 1841 Mercy Lavinia Bump. also Betsy Bump. Sister of Minnie Warren. Married Tom Thumb Stratton. Married again Count Magri. Died 1919)
(Bradenburgh Museum—Philadelphia; Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company; Royaume de Liliput de Paris)
Warren, Minnie (born Huldah Pierce Bump 1848. Died 1875. Sister of Lavinia Warren. Married to Commodore Nutt & Edward J. Newell "General Grant. Jr.")
(Thumbiana & Liliputian Opera Company)
Warton, Hannah
Watson, Miss M. (Mander’s Coliseum)
Wayne, Gus (Born NY 1920. Died 1998) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Wee Jane [blk 0-210]
Wee Jean
Wee Mac (Did cop-clown act at Mander’s Coliseum)
Weis, Casper (born 1872. Maried Jeanne Duvain “Queen Mab”) "The Noble Adrien Mab"; "Major Weis"
(Les Marechal Midgets; Taylor’s Colonial—Peekskill, NY 1912)
Weiss, Elizabeth "The Living Doll" (Dreamland Circus Sideshow; Panama-Pacific International Exposition 1915)
Wenatchee "Brave Chief Wenatchee" (Purported to be a dwarf Indian chief)
Wendt, Willi (A. Strassburger’s Schau-Unternehmen)
Wenzel, Dottie (also Dottie Williams)
Wetter, Victor (Born 1902. Died 1990) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
White, Major Lynn (Born 1838. Died 1915)(W.A. Gibbs Carnival)
Whitelamb, Kelham
Winters, Johnny (Married to Marie Winters “Lady Little”) (Johnny J. Jones Midgets; Singer’s Midgets)
Winters, Marie (born France Marie Maroldo 1901. Died 1974. Married Johnny Winters) "Lady Little"
(Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Wild, Jonathan (His skeleton stands beside that of Charles Byrne in the Hunterian Museum)
Williams, Don
Williams, Dottie
Williams, Grace G. (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Williams, Harvey B. (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Williams, Moe and Joe (born Emil and Herbert Williams) "The Williams Boxing Midgets" (Dreamland Circus Sideshow, 1928)
Winner, Major Noble George Washington (Born Iowa 1869. Married to Mary Jane Winner) (John Robinson & Franklin Bros. Shows, 1896)
Winner, Mary Jane (born Mary Jane Gongaware 1878. Married Major N.G.W. Winner) (John Robinson & Franklin Bros. Shows, 1896)
Winters, George
Winters, Johnnie [blk 0-743]
Wolff, Gladys V. (Born St. Louis, MO, 1911. Died 1984) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Wolff, Rosie (Born 1866) "The German Rose"; "The Queen Midget"
Wood, Murray (Born Nova Scotia, Canada 1903. Died 1999) (Singer’s Midgets; 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz") [e]
Woods, General "General Turner Wood"; "General Turnerwood"
Worienberg, Jean [mm96]
Wormberg, John (Born Switzerland 1650. Died 1695. also John Worrenburg; Jean Worienburg)(Exhibited at the Plume of Feathers Pub, London)
Wren, Princess Nora
Wylde, Major Ned
Zadodoski, Mr. and Mrs. [blk 0-192]
Zarate, Evangelina (Born Mexico 1878. Sister of Lucia Zarate)
Zarate, Lucia (Born Mexico 1864. Died 1889. Sister of Evangelina Zarate) "The Mexican Liliputian"
(May well be the smallest adult in recorded history.) (Barnum Circus; toured Europe with her family and the Mite family in the 1890s)
Zelda (also see Felda) "midget woman with mustache"[blk 0-230] [e]
Zeynards Marvellous Midgets Circus
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REFERENCES:
[b] Baraboo List
[blk] Bernard Kobel List
[d] doghouse collection
[e] Elizabeth Anderson
[nd] Neil Davis Collection
[rj] Ricky Jay