2: First name of the second U.S. President to die in office.
4: A video game princess, or Mrs. F. Scott Fitzgerald.
6: Either the first name of American author Grey, or the homophonic first name of British boy band member Malik.
8: If he were looking at a modern map, Dwyane Wade might have named these two sons of his fitting the category Democratic Republic of the Congo and Jerusalem.
Zclam and Znoguess
10: In Genesis, this is the name of the last son of Jacob and Leah to come down the pike.
3: In the fantasy works of this author, a patronus (created by a charm) is a spirit guardian.
6: The Dancing Men are a substitution cipher cracked by Sherlock Holmes in a 1903 short story by this author.
9: Mary Ann Evans is the real name of this author of The Mill on the Floss
12: Nobel laureate John Galsworthy wrote this series of books about a "man of property" that was later adapted to a 26-episode BBC series.
15: First name of the sister of Charlotte and Emily Brontë who wrote The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
under the pen name Acton Bell.