Leaders with English Surnames by Definition

Can you give the surnames of US Presidents and Canadian and British Prime Ministers by a definition of that surname?

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A shallow part of a body of water that may be crossed by wading
A person who is skilled in turning wood on a lathe
A male monarch of a major territorial unit
A low densely branched shrub
Having a color like coffee or chocolate
In bridge, a playing card of the suit chosen to rank above the others
A piece of hand luggage traditionally having a hinged frame and opening into two compartments
A sum of money given by a government or other organization for a particular purpose
To make a hole through
The garden where according to the account in Genesis Adam and Eve first lived
The compass point directly opposite to south
The fifth month of the year
A rule made by the government of a town, state, country, etc.
A young sheep
Either of two successive national sanctuaries in ancient Jerusalem
One who makes (a roof) with dried plant material
A musician, especially a folk musician, who plays a harp
A military officer in the army, air force, or marines who ranks above a captain
An area of land that is covered with grass and small shrubs
An attendant on a sovereign or lord in his bedchamber

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