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Thomas Prendergast (disambiguation)

Thomas Prendergast was an East India Company civil servant and writer on language learning. Thomas Prendergast may also refer to: Sir Thomas Prendergast, 2nd Baronet died 1760, Irish politician Thomas Francis Prendergast 1871–1913, American soldi ...

                                               

Governor Lawrence

Governor Lawrence may refer to: Henry Staveley Lawrence 1870–1949, Acting Governor of Bombay from 1926 to 1928 Thomas Lawrence Governor of Maryland 1645–1714, Royal Governor of Maryland Charles Lawrence British Army officer 1709–1760, Governor of ...

                                               

James Hammond

James Hammond may refer to: James Henry Hammond 1807–1864, politician, Democrat from South Carolina James C. Hammond born 1950, politician, Republican Idaho State Senator James Hammond Trumbull 1821–1897, scholar and philologist Jim Hammond 1907– ...

                                               

The Elms

The Elms Bedhampton an historic Gothic house in Bedhampton, United Kingdom The Elms, Abberley an old established house, now a hotel and restaurant, in Abberley, Worcestershire, England The Elms, an electoral ward of Magor with Undy, Monmouthshire ...

                                               

Aire

Aire, an album by Jesse & Joy "Aire", a song by Intocable Aire, an album by Jose Merce Aire Yuri album, 1987 Aire Pablo Ruiz album, 1997 "Prelude to Aire" and "Aire", instrumental pieces by the band Chicago, on the album Chicago VII "Aire", song ...

                                               

Delme

Delme may refer to: Delme, Moselle, a commune in the Moselle department in Grand Est in France Delme river, a river of Lower Saxony, Germany Canton of Delme, a former French administrative division located in the department of the Moselle and the ...

                                               

Charles Leslie

Charles Leslie may refer to: Charles Leslie nonjuror 1650–1722, Irish Anglican priest and nonjuror Charles Leslie bishop 1810–1870, Irish Anglican bishop of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh, great-great-grandson of the above Charles Leslie cricketer 18 ...

                                               

Ruffo di Calabria family

The Ruffo di Calabria family is one of the longest-standing noble families in Italy. It was already one of the seven most important houses of the Kingdom of Naples; their notable members include Rembrandts patron Antonio Ruffo, the flying ace Ful ...

                                               

James Short

Jimmy Short 1909–?, English footballer James Short footballer 1896–?, English footballer James Short rugby union born 1989, English rugby union player James Short figure skater, coach and participant of the 1959 and 1960 United States Figure Skat ...

                                               

Nevil

Nevil may refer to: Surname: Robbie Nevil born 1958, American pop singer-songwriter/producer/guitarist Dwight Nevil born 1944, American professional golfer Alex Nevil born 1965, American actor and younger brother of Robbie Nevil Given name: Nevil ...

                                               

Brienne (disambiguation)

County of Brienne, a medieval fiefdom based on Brienne-le-Chateau Brienne, Saone-et-Loire, a commune in the Saone-et-Loire department in eastern France Canton of Brienne-le-Chateau, a modern administrative division based on Brienne-le-Chateau Bri ...

                                               

Charles Duncombe

Charles Duncombe may refer to: Charles Duncombe Lord Mayor of the City of London 1648–1711, English banker, MP and Lord Mayor Charles Duncombe, 1st Baron Feversham 1764–1841, English MP Charles Duncombe, 2nd Earl of Feversham 1879–1916, English C ...

                                               

John Wade

John Wade may refer to: John Wade commissioner, former Tennessee Commissioner of Tourist Development John Wade House, Massachusetts John Wade architect born 1893, American architect, designed the Buffalo City Hall John Wade American football born ...

                                               

Richard Warner

Richard Warner may refer to: Richard Warner, American drummer and former member of the power metal band Kamelot Richard Warner botanist 1711/3–1775, English scholar Richard Warner musician, new-age musician and flautist Richard Warner antiquary 1 ...

                                               

Francisco Antonio Cosme Bueno

Francisco Antonio Cosme Bueno y Alegre was a prominent Spanish-Peruvian physician and scientist in the Viceroyalty of Peru.

                                               

Edward Cooke

Edward Cooke may refer to: Ed Cooke author born 1982, British writer Edward D. Cooke 1849–1897, U.S. Representative from Illinois Ed Cooke American football born 1935, American football defensive end Edward William Cooke 1811–1880, English painte ...

                                               

David Owen (disambiguation)

David Owen is a British politician. David Owen may also refer to: David Owen judge 1754–1829, Canadian judge and politician in New Brunswick David Owen Dewi Wyn o Eifion 1784–1841, Welsh poet and farmer David Owen Brutus 1796–1866, Welsh satirica ...

                                               

James Hewitt (disambiguation)

James Hewitt is a British army officer, former lover of Diana, Princess of Wales. James Hewitt may also refer to: Jim Hewitt born 1933, Canadian politician James Hewitt, 2nd Viscount Lifford 1750–1830, Anglo-Irish peer and clergyman James Hewitt, ...

                                               

Princess Marie-Adelaïde

Princess Marie-Adelaïde may refer to: Princess Marie Adelaïde of France 1732–1800, daughter of King Louis XV Marie-Adelaïde, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg 1894–1924, reigned 1912–1919 Princess Adelaïde of Orleans 1777–1847, one of the twin daughter ...

                                               

Cornelius OCallaghan

Cornelius OCallaghan may refer to: Cornelius OCallaghan 1809–1849, Irish politician, MP for Tipperary 1832–1835 Cornelius OCallaghan, 1st Viscount Lismore 1775–1857, Irish peer and privy counsellor, MP for Lostwithiel 1806–1807 Cornelius OCallagh ...

                                               

Robert Jocelyn

Robert Jocelyn may refer to: Robert Jocelyn, 1st Earl of Roden 1731–1791, 2nd Viscount Jocelyn, 2nd Lord Newport and 5th baronet, Irish politician. Sir Robert Jocelyn died November 1741, 3rd baronet, of Hyde Hall Hertfordshire. Robert Jocelyn, 2n ...

                                               

John Anstruther

John Anstruther may refer to: Sir John Anstruther, 2nd Baronet 1718–1799, MP for Anstruther Easter Burghs 1766–1780 and 1790–1793 John Anstruther British Army officer 1736–1815, Scottish lieutenant-colonel Sir John Anstruther, 1st Baronet, of Ans ...

                                               

Xu Yang

Xu Yang may refer to: Xu Yang high jumper born 1970, Chinese high jumper Xu Yang speed skater born 1977, Chinese female long track speed skater Xu Yang Qing dynasty born 1712, court painter to the Qianlong emperor of the Qing dynasty

                                               

Brander

James A. Brander, professor of Asia-Pacific International Trade, University of British Columbia Georg Friedrich Brander 1713-1783, maker of scientific instruments Jarrod Brander born 1999, Australian rules football player Gustavus Brander 1720-17 ...

                                               

John Shepherd

John Shepherd may refer to: John Shepherd actor born 1960, American actor and producer John Shepherd cricketer born 1943, West Indian cricketer John Shepherd priest died 1713, Irish Anglican priest John Shepherd governor and chairman 1792–1859, g ...

                                               

Charles Saunders

Charles Saunders may refer to: Charles H. Saunders 1821–1901, City Councilor, Alderman and Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts Charles E. Saunders 1867–1937, Canadian agronomist Charles Saunders tennis, real tennis world champion, 1890–1895 Charles ...

                                               

Antonigade 3

Antonigade 3 is a historic property in the Old Town of Copenhagen, Denmark. It was listed in the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1986.

                                               

Frederick of Prussia

Frederick of Prussia may refer to the House of Hohenzollern: Prince Frederick of Prussia 1794–1863, Namesake of Fredericksburg, Texas, great-great grandson of Frederick I Frederick III, German Emperor 1831–1888, Emperor for 99 days, son of the fi ...

                                               

Frederick of Brandenburg

Frederick of Brandenburg may refer to: Frederick of Brandenburg 1530–1552, Prince-Archbishop of Magdeburg Frederick II, Elector of Brandenburg 1413–1471, son of previous Elector Frederick III of Brandenburg who became King Frederick I of Prussia ...

                                               

Siege of Barcelona

Siege of Barcelona may refer to one of the following: Siege of Barcelona 1808, during the Peninsular War Siege of Barcelona 1713–1714, during the War of the Spanish Succession Siege of Barcelona 1706, during the War of the Spanish Succession Sieg ...

                                               

Ifigenia in Aulide

Ifigenia in Aulide may refer to: Ifigenia in Aulide, opera by Carl Heinrich Graun, Berlin, 1748, libretto by Leopoldo de Villati after a scenario by Frederick the Great Ifigenia in Aulide, opera by Caldara, Vienna, 1718 to libretto by Apostolo Ze ...

                                               

Charles Watson

Charles Watson may refer to: Charles Watson businessman, American businessman, founder of The Natural Gas Clearinghouse, later renamed Dynegy Chub Watson Charles Watson, 1915–1971, American professional basketball player Charles W. Watson 1915–20 ...

                                               

James Colquhoun

James Colquhoun may refer to: Sir James Colquhoun, 3rd Baronet, of Colquhoun died c. 1680, of the Colquhoun baronets James Colquhoun cricketer 1893–1977, Scottish cricketer and British Army officer Sir James Colquhoun, 1st Baronet 1714–1786, of t ...

                                               

George, Prince of Wales

George, Prince of Wales may refer to: George III of the United Kingdom, from his creation as Prince of Wales in 1751 until his accession to the throne in 1760 George IV of the United Kingdom, from his creation as Prince of Wales in 1762 until his ...

                                               

Alvin Ratz Kaufman

A. R. Kaufman was a Canadian industrialist, philanthropist, birth control advocate and eugenicist from in Kitchener, Ontario. In 1920 he became president of the Kaufman Rubber Company following the death of his father, Jacob Kaufman, with whom he ...

                                               

Kapralova Society Journal

Kapralova Society Journal is an open access scholarly journal dedicated to promoting women in music. It has been published since 2003 by the Kapralova Society, a non-profit publisher and arts organization based in Toronto, Canada, whose mission i ...

                                               

Ephraim Williams (disambiguation)

Ephraim Williams was an American soldier; benefactor of Williams College in Massachusetts. Ephraim Williams may also refer to: Ephraim S. Williams 1802–1890, mayor of Flint, Michigan Ephraim Williams mariner, 19th-century American sealer from Sto ...

                                               

William Whitehead

William Whitehead or Bill Whitehead may refer to: Bill Whitehead, New Zealand rugby league administrator Willie Whitehead born 1973, American football player Bill Whitehead, editor-in-chief at E. P. Dutton, namesake of the Bill Whitehead Award Wi ...

                                               

Alexander MacLeod

Alexander MacLeod, Alexander Macleod or Alexander McLeod may refer to: Alexander Macleod MP c. 1715 – 1790, British politician Alexander MacLeod writer 1972-, Canadian short story writer and university professor Alexander Albert MacLeod 1902-1970 ...

                                               

Francis Sullivan

Francis Sullivan may refer to: Francis L. Sullivan 1903–1956, English actor Sir Francis Sullivan, 6th Baronet 1834–1906, Royal Navy admiral Francis J. Sullivan born 1956, CEO of the Catholic Church in Australias Truth, Justice and Healing Council ...

                                               

England riots

England riots may refer to: 1992 England riots, mainly in the central and north of England in areas including Blackburn, Burnley and Coventry 1981 England riots, mainly in London, Liverpool, Birmingham and Leeds 2001 England riots, mainly in Oldh ...

                                               

French frigate Cumberland (1747)

On 21 June 1747, the frigates Mutine and Galatee captured Duke of Cumberland off Groix. She was then brought into French naval service as Cumberland. On 24 February 1748, Cumberland departed for Ile de France and Ile Bourbon under Captain Mezeder ...

                                               

Kuruktopa

Purulia district forms the lowest step of the Chota Nagpur Plateau. The general scenario is undulating land with scattered hills. Manbazar subdivision, shown in the map alongside, is located in the eastern part of the district. It is an overwhelm ...

                                               

James Lind (disambiguation)

James Lind was a Scottish physician. James or Jim Lind may also refer to: Jim Lind American football born 1947, American football coach Jim Lind politician 1913–1980, Canadian Member of Parliament J. D. Lind James Douglas Lind, born 1985, Canadia ...

                                               

Daniel Williams

Dan Williams defensive tackle born 1987, American football defensive tackle Daniel Williams cricketer born 1981, English cricketer Dan Williams defensive end born 1969, American football defensive end Daniel Williams judoka born 1989, British jud ...

                                               

William Crosbie

William, Willie, Will or Bill Crosbie may refer to: William Crosbie engineer, engineer and transportation planner in New Jersey Sir William Crosbie, 8th Baronet 1855–1936 William Crosbie diplomat, Canadian diplomat, former ambassador to Afghanist ...

                                               

Grantley

Grantley may refer to - Places Grantley, North Yorkshire, England Grantley Hall, a country estate in North Yorkshire, England Grantley, Pennsylvania, United States Grantley Harbor, a waterway in Port Clarence, Alaska, United States People Baron G ...

                                               

Sam Hill

Samuel E. Hill 1844-c.1900, Union officer, lawyer, politician, whose home Samuel E. Hill House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places Samuel W Hill 1815–1889, American surveyor, geologist and mining developer Samuel Hill sea captai ...

                                               

Governor Pitt

Governor Pitt may refer to: George Morton Pitt 1693–1756, Governor of the Madras Presidency at Fort St. George from 1730 to 1735 Thomas Pitt 1653–1726, Governor of Jamaica from 1716 to 1717 John Pitt, 2nd Earl of Chatham 1756–1835, Governor of Pl ...

                                               

Governor Wright

Governor Wright may refer to: Fielding L. Wright 1895–1956, 49th and 50th Governor of Mississippi Joseph A. Wright 1810–1867, 10th Governor of Indiana Luke Edward Wright 1846–1922, Governor-General of the Philippines from 1904 to 1906 James Wrigh ...