Charles Coghlan (disambiguation)


Charles Coghlan (disambiguation)

Charles Coghlan may refer to:
* Charles Francis Coghlan (1841-1899) - American actor
* Charles F Coghlan (actor) (1896-1972) - Broadway actor
* Charles Patrick John Coghlan - Premier of Southern Rhodesia


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