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Henry Burton

Henry Burton may refer to: Henry Burton Conservative politician 1876–1947, British Conservative MP for Sudbury 1924–1945 Henry Stanton Burton 1819–1869, American Army officer Henry Burton South African politician 1866–1935, cabinet minister in fi ...

                                               

Richard Ward

Richard Ward may refer to: Richard Ward judge 1916–1977, Australian jurist and politician Richard Ward businessman born 1957, British businessman Richard S. Ward born 1951, professor of mathematics at Durham University Sir Richard Warde or Ward d ...

                                               

William Badger (disambiguation)

William Badger was an American manufacturer and governor of New Hampshire. William Badger may also refer to: William Badger died 1629, member of parliament MP for Winchester William Badger died 1578, MP for Cricklade UK Parliament constituency Wi ...

                                               

Frances Seymour

Frances Seymour may refer to: Frances Seymour, Lady Hungerford bef. 1654–1716, daughter of Charles Seymour, 2nd Baron Seymour of Trowbridge Frances Ford Seymour 1908–1950, Canadian-American socialite, second wife of Henry Fonda and mother of Jane ...

                                               

Patrick Agnew

Patrick or Paddy Agnew may refer to: Patrick Alexander Vans Agnew 1822–1848, British civil servant of the East India Company Sir Patrick Agnew, 1st Baronet c. 1578–1661, Member of Parliament for Wigtownshire, 1628–1633 and 1643–1647 Paddy Agnew S ...

                                               

Bagni

Adam Bagni, American journalist, sportscaster and angel investor Giovanni Francesco Bagni 1578-1641, Italian cardinal, brother of cardinal Nicola Guidi di Bagno and nephew of cardinal Girolamo Colonna Margherita Bagni 1902–1960, Italian actress a ...

                                               

Crystal Beach Park

Crystal Beach Park was originally a Chautauqua with a beach and side show attractions that was founded by John E. Rebstock on the shores of Lake Erie in 1888. Rebstock turned it into a full-fledged amusement park in 1890. In 1896, the Ontario Sou ...

                                               

Sophie of Pomerania (disambiguation)

Sophie of Pomerania, daughter of Bogislaw X, Duke of Pomerania; wife of Frederick I of Denmark. Sophie of Pomerania may also refer to: Sophie of Saxony 1587–1635, wife of Francis I, Duke of Pomerania-Barth Sophie of Holstein d. aft. 1451, wife of ...

                                               

Naxos (disambiguation)

Greece Naxos Island National Airport Naxos regional unit, a Greek government division Duchy of Naxos Duchy of the Archipelago, a maritime state created by the Venetians between 1207-1579 Naxos Crete, an ancient Greek city in Crete Naxos city, a t ...

                                               

Cornwallis (disambiguation)

CFB Cornwallis, a former Canadian Forces Base Cornwallis Square, Nova Scotia Cornwallis Junior High School in Halifax Cornwallis Island, Nunavut Cornwallis, Manitoba rural municipality Cornwallis Park, Nova Scotia Cornwallis Township, Kings Count ...

                                               

William Humphrey

William Humphrey may refer to: William E. Humphrey 1862–1934, American politician William Humfrey died 1579, mining promoter, Assay Master at the Royal Mint William Humphrey writer 1924–1997, American novelist Willie Humphrey 1900–1994, jazz clar ...

                                               

George Garrett

George Garrett may refer to: George Garrett poet 1929–2008, American writer George Garrard MP aka George Garrett 1579–c.1650, English politician George A. Garrett 1888–1971, United States diplomat George Garrett activist 1896–1966, English labour ...

                                               

Arthur Johnston

Arthur Johnston may refer to: Arthur Lawson Johnston, 3rd Baron Luke 1933–2015, British peer Arthur Johnston composer 1898–1954, American composer and songwriter Arthur Johnston cricketer 1863–1929, English cricketer Arthur Johnston politician bo ...

                                               

Balzac (disambiguation)

Balzac as a surname may refer to: Honore de Balzac 1799–1850, French novelist and playwright Jesus M. Balzac, defendant in the civil rights case Balzac v. Porto Rico Jean-Louis Guez de Balzac 1597-1654, French author Catherine Henriette de Balzac ...

                                               

Robert Harley

Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer 1661–1724, Member of Parliament for Radnor and Tregony Robert Harley 1579–1656, English statesman, Member of Parliament for Radnor and Herefordshire Robert Harley c. 1706 – 1774, Member of Parli ...

                                               

Hans Nielsen

Hans Nielsen may refer to: Hans Jacob Nielsen 1899–1967, featherweight boxer who competed in the 1920s Hans Christian Nielsen cyclist 1916–2004, Danish cyclist Hans Bruun Nielsen, mathematician Hans Nielsen actor 1911–1965, German actor Hans Pete ...

                                               

Brian Fitzpatrick

Brian Fitzpatrick may refer to: Brian Fitzpatrick Scottish politician born 1961, Scottish lawyer and politician Brian Fitzpatrick Australian author 1905–1965, Australian author, historian, journalist Brian Fitzpatrick basketball born 1989, Americ ...

                                               

William Dick

William Dick may refer to: Willie Dick footballer born 1966, Australian rules footballer William Wentworth FitzWilliam Dick 1805–1892, member of the UK Parliament for Wicklow William Dick veterinary surgeon 1793–1866, founder of the Royal Dick Sc ...

                                               

George Sinclair

George Sinclair may refer to: George Sinclair horticulturist 1787–1834, gardener to the Duke of Bedford George Robertson Sinclair 1863–1917, cathedral organist and inspiration of one of Elgars Enigma Variations Sir George Sinclair, 2nd Baronet 17 ...

                                               

Calle de la Princesa

The street, starting at the Plaza de España sort of is a North-West prolongation of the Gran Via. It forms the limit between the district of Moncloa-Aravaca west with the Centro and Chamberi districts east. It ends at the Plaza de la Moncloa.

                                               

Henry Beaumont

Henry Beaumont may refer to: Sir Henry Beaumont died 1607 c. 1545–1607, English MP for Leicestershire, 1589, 1606 Henry Frederick Beaumont 1833–1913, British MP for Yorkshire South and for Colne Valley Sir Henry Beaumont of Gracedieu 1581–1605, E ...

                                               

Hackfort Castle

Hackfort Castle is a castle in Vorden, in the Dutch province of Gelderland. The castle is owned by the Vereniging Natuurmonumenten, The Association for the Preservation of Natural Monuments.

                                               

Oyer Church

Oyer Church is a cross church with a central tower in Oyer municipality, Innlandet county. It was built between 1748 and 1775. The structure is made of wood and has a capacity of 300. There is a cemetery at the church. In 2010, Bruvin Cemetery wa ...

                                               

Windebank

Windebank may refer to: Sir Thomas Windebank, 1st Baronet born c. 1612, M.P. for Wootton Bassett and supported the Royalist cause in the English Civil War. He was made a baronet in 1645. He was Clerk of the Signet from 1641 until 1645 and again f ...

                                               

Elmenhorst

Elmenhorst may refer to the following places in Germany: Elmenhorst, Nordvorpommern, a municipality in the district Nordvorpommern, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Elmenhorst/Lichtenhagen, a municipality in the district of Bad Doberan, Mecklenburg-Vorpomm ...

                                               

Abraham Munting

Abraham Munting was a Dutch botanist and botanical artist, the son of Henricus Munting. He studied under his father and at the universities of Franeker, Utrecht and Leiden, also spending two years in France where he obtained an M.D. degree in Ang ...

                                               

Jean Jacques Maillefaud

Jean Jacques de Maillefaud, was Counselor to King Louis XIV, Chatelain dAllieres, and a member of the Dauphine Parliament. He was born in Grenoble of a French Huguenot family.

                                               

Archibald Acheson

Archibald Acheson may refer to one of a number of British noblemen: Archibald Acheson, 1st Viscount Gosford 1718–1790, British politician, great-grandson of the first Baronet Archibald Acheson, 6th Earl of Gosford 1911–1966, son of the fifth Earl ...

                                               

HDL-Atherosclerosis Treatment Study

The HDL-Atherosclerosis Treatment Study, also known as HATS, was a three-year double-blind trial involving 160 people with coronary heart disease who had a low HDL and near normal LDL. The study compared a combination of simvastatin and niacin wi ...

                                               

Siege of Ghent

Siege of Ghent may refer to: Siege of Ghent 1583–1584, by Spanish general Alexander Farnese, Duke of Parma, against the defending Calvinist Republic of Ghent during the Eighty Years War Siege of Ghent 1708, by British general John Churchill, 1st ...

                                               

Francis Allen

Francis Allen 1518/19-66/76, Member of Parliament MP for Boston Francis Allen regicide c. 1583–1658, English politician and a regicide of Charles I

                                               

Basse

Basse may refer to: Places Basse, Netherlands Basse Santa Su, The Gambia Basse, Burkina Faso Basse LGA, The Gambia People William Basse c.1583–1653?, English poet Hans-Dieter von Basse 1916–1945, Oberstleutnant in the Wehrmacht during World War I ...

                                               

David Dickson

David Dickson may refer to: David Dickson surgeon 1780-1850, Scottish naval surgeon David Dickson politician 1794–1836, Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi and United States Congressman David Dickson minister 1583?–1663, Scottish theologian David ...

                                               

John Merrick

John Merrick may refer to: John Merrick ambassador fl. c. 1596–1621, English ambassador to Russia Joseph Merrick 1862–1890, the Elephant Man ; early biographies inaccurately give his first name as "John", and this name was used in the 1980 film T ...

                                               

Pratum

Pratum is a Latin word meaning "meadow". Pratum may refer to: Pratum Chuthong born 1983, a Thai professional footballer Pratum, Oregon, an unincorporated community in Marion County, Oregon Pratum spirituale, one of several names of one of the ear ...

                                               

Man Alive! (King Krule album)

Man Alive! is the fourth studio album by English singer-songwriter Archy Marshall, and his third album under the stage name King Krule. The album was released on 21 February 2020 through True Panther Sounds, XL Recordings, and Matador Records. Th ...

                                               

Thomas Grace

Thomas Grace may refer to: Tom Grace born 1948, Irish rugby union player Thomas Grace missionary 1815–1879, English-born Anglican missionary to New Zealand Thomas Grace Archdeacon of Ardfert 1770–1848, Irish priest Thomas Grace bishop of Sacramen ...

                                               

John Roche

John Roche may refer to: John Roche bishop 1584–1636, Irish Roman Catholic bishop Johnny Roche 1932–1988, English footballer John Roche martyr died 1588, Irishman, one of the English Martyrs executed in 1588, beatified in 1992 John Roche Canadian ...

                                               

George Best (disambiguation)

George Best priest died 1829, Canadian clergyman George Best MP 1759–1818, MP for Rochester, UK George Best chronicler died 1584, chronicler of Frobishers sea voyages George A. Best, English early 20th century football goalkeeper George Newton Be ...

                                               

Aotsuka Kofun

The Aotsuka Kofun is a Kofun period burial mound, located in what is now part of the city of Inuyama, Aichi in the Tōkai region of Japan. It was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 1983. It is the second largest kofun found in Aichi P ...

                                               

Mark Kerr

Lord Mark Kerr British Army officer 1676–1752, British general and military governor, Governor of Sheerness, and Governor of Edinburgh Castle Mark Kerr Royal Navy officer, born 1949, British admiral Lord Mark Kerr Royal Navy officer 1776–1840, Br ...

                                               

Philip Stanhope

Philip Stanhope may refer to: Philip Stanhope, 1st Earl of Chesterfield 1584–1656, English peer Philip Stanhope, 5th Earl of Chesterfield 1755–1815, British Ambassador to Spain, 1784–1786, and Master of the Mint, 1789–1790, adopted son of the 4th ...

                                               

Edward Wood

Edward or Ed Wood may refer to: Sir Edward Wood diplomat, British envoy to Sweden in the 1670s Ed Wood film, a 1994 film based on the life of the filmmaker Edward Wood MP fl. 1584–86, English politician Ed Wood 1924–1978, American filmmaker Edwar ...

                                               

John Fitzhugh Millar

He served on the Rhode Island Bicentennial Commission. He has commissioned the replicas of several historical ships including: HMS Surprise replica ship HMS Rose 1783 USS Providence 1775

                                               

Lord Preston

Lord Preston may refer to: Richard Graham, 1st Viscount Preston 1648–1695, a courtier at the Court of Charles II of England and English ambassador to Paris. After the Glorious Revolution he conspired with other Jacobite conspirators Thomas Presto ...

                                               

Tenebrae (disambiguation)

Tenebrae may refer to: Leçons de tenebres Couperin, settings by Couperin 1714 Tenebrae Responsories Victoria, settings by Victoria 1585 Tenebrae Responsoria, prescribed readings for the services Tenebrae, Christian worship services held during Ho ...

                                               

Edward Burton

Edward Burton may refer to: Edward Burton priest 1737–1817, Anglican priest in Ireland SS Edward Burton Edward Burton MP, Member of Parliament for Pembroke Edward Burton theologian 1794–1836, English theologian, Regius Professor of Divinity at Ox ...

                                               

William Stewart of Monkton

William Stewart of Monkton was a Scottish landowner and courtier. He was a son of Andrew Stewart, 2nd Lord Ochiltree and Agnes Cunningham. His elder brother was James Stewart, Earl of Arran and his sister Margaret Stewart married John Knox. His e ...

                                               

Richard Stevenson

Richard Stevenson Australian politician 1832–1899, Australian politician in New South Wales Richard Stevenson MP, English politician, MP for Boston in 1586–1801

                                               

San Joaquin Castle

San Joaquin Castle is an inland fortification in La Cuesta, on the road that connects Santa Cruz de Tenerife and San Cristobal de La Laguna, in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. In 1586, Governor D. Juan Nuñez de la Fuente ordered the construction ...