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The Birth of Venus (detail), a 1486 painting by Sandro Botticelli
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Madame de La Fayette

Lafayette, LaFayette, or La Fayette may refer to:

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People

Surname

First name

  • Lafayette C. Baker (1826-1868), American investigator and Union spy during the American Civil War; promoted to brigadier general for his part in apprehending Lincoln's assassins
  • Lafayette Bunnell (1824–1903), American physician, explorer and author
  • LaFayette Emmett (1822-1905), American lawyer, second attorney general of the Minnesota Territory and first chief justice of the state supreme court
  • Lafayette S. Foster (1806-1880), American senator from Connecticut and Connecticut Supreme Court judge
  • Lafayette Guild (1826-1870), United States Army and Confederate States Army surgeon; pioneer in the study of yellow fever
  • Lafayette Head (1825-1897), Colorado legislator and first Lieutenant Governor of Colorado
  • Lafayette Ronald Hubbard (1911–1986), better known as L. Ron Hubbard, science fiction author and founder of Scientology
  • Lafayette Lane (1842-1896), Representative from Oregon
  • LaFayette Fayette McMullen (1805-1880), American politician and banker; Virginia state senator, member of both the U.S. and Confederate House of Representatives, and Territorial Governor of Washington
  • Lafayette McLaws (1821-1897), Confederate general during the American Civil War
  • Lafayette Mendel (1872-1935), American biochemist
  • Lafayette Lever, also known as "Fat Lever", former professional basketball player
  • Lafayette Russell (1905-1978), college and National Football League running back
  • Lafayette Young (1848-1926), newspaper reporter and editor, and briefly Republican Senator from Iowa

Pseudonym

  • James Lafayette, pseudonym of James Stack Lauder (1853–1923), Irish portrait photographer
  • "The Great Lafayette," stage name of illusionist Sigmund Neuberger (1871–1911)

Places in the United States

Fictional characters

Schools

Military

Transportation

New York City Subway stations

Train stations

Businesses

Buildings

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