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Daniel Boone (disambiguation)

Daniel Boone was an American pioneer and hunter whose frontier exploits made him one of the first folk heroes of the United States. Daniel Boone or Dan Boone may also refer to:

                                               

John McClelland

John McClelland may refer to: John McClelland soldier 1766–1849, officer in the War of 1812, son of John B. McClelland John A. McClelland, Irish physics professor John McClelland businessman, former Chairman of Rangers F.C. John McClelland footba ...

                                               

Thomas Conway (disambiguation)

Thomas Conway was an Irish-born soldier who served in the French Army and in the American Continental Army. Thomas or Tom Conway may also refer to: Thomas F. Conway 1862–1945, American lawyer and politician; Lieutenant Governor of New York, 1911– ...

                                               

Louisbourg Lighthouse Trail

The Louisbourg Lighthouse Trail is a hiking trail on Cape Breton Island in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. The trailhead is located on Lighthouse Point, at the Louisbourg Lighthouse, within the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site. ...

                                               

Robert MacFarlane

Robert Macfarlane New Zealand politician 1900–1982, New Zealand politician Sir Robert Henry MacFarlane 1771–1841, British Army officer during the Napoleonic Wars Robert Gwyn Macfarlane 1907–1987, British hematologist Robert Macfarlane writer born ...

                                               

George Armytage (disambiguation)

George Armytage was a British politician and the third of the Armytage baronets in the Baronetage of Great Britain. George Armytage may also refer to: Sir George Armytage, 4th Baronet 1761–1836 of the Armytage baronets Sir George Armytage, 5th Ba ...

                                               

Paul-Jacques de Bruyeres-Chalabre

Paul-Jacques de Bruyeres-Chalabre was a French Navy officer. He notably captained the 74-gun Illustre at the Battle of Trincomalee from 25 August to 3 September 1782 and at the Battle of Cuddalore on 20 June 1783.

                                               

Thomas Henry

Thomas Henry may refer to: Thomas Henry illustrator 1879–1962, English illustrator Thomas Henry apothecary 1734–1816, surgeon and apothecary Thomas Henry Pennsylvania 1779–1849, Pennsylvania Congressman Thomas Browne Henry 1907–1980, American cha ...

                                               

Capodimonte

Capodimonte is an Italian placename. It may refer to: Astronomical Observatory of Capodimonte Palace of Capodimonte, a royal palace Capodimonte porcelain manufactory National Museum of Capodimonte, housed in the former Palace of Capodimonte Parco ...

                                               

George Waller (disambiguation)

George Waller was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross. George Waller may also refer to: George Platt Waller 1889–1962, American diplomat Sir George Henry Waller, 3rd Baronet 1837–1892, British Army officer George Waller colonel 1734–1814, ...

                                               

Terpsichore (disambiguation)

Terpsichore was one of the classical Greek Muses. She was the Muse of dance and the dramatic chorus. Terpsichore may also refer to: HMS Terpsichore, any of several ships of the Royal Navy, including Terpsichore plant, a genus of ferns Terpsichore ...

                                               

Cicera bigia

Cicera bigia or simply Cicera, also spelled Ciccera biccera, is an Italian card game closely related to scopa and mainly played in the province of Province of Brescia, using a 52-card deck of Bresciane playing cards. Most of the technical terms u ...

                                               

Jarvey

The Jarvey newspaper, a weekly comic newspaper edited by Percy French The Adventure of the Laughing Jarvey, a Sherlock Holmes pastiche written by Stephen Fry

                                               

George Middleton

George Middleton may refer to: George "Bay" Middleton 1846–1892, British equestrian George Middleton activist 1735–1815, African-American Revolutionary War veteran, activist, and Freemason George Middleton trade unionist 1898–1971, General Secret ...

                                               

Governor Lee

Governor Lee may refer to: Thomas Lee Virginia colonist 1690–1750, de facto Governor of Virginia from 1749 to 1750 H. Rex Lee 1910–2001, Governor of American Samoa from 1961 to 1967 and from 1977 to 1978 Andrew E. Lee 1847–1934, 3rd Governor of S ...

                                               

Thomas Fowler

Thomas Fowler may refer to: Thomas Fowler MP for Wycombe UK Parliament constituency Thomas Fowler 1735–1801, English physician who proposed in 1786 the Fowlers solution Thomas W. Fowler 1921–1944, U.S. Army officer and Medal of Honor recipient Th ...

                                               

Daniel Duncan

Daniel Duncan may refer to: Daniel Kablan Duncan born 1943, foreign minister of Cote dIvoire Daniel Duncan McKenzie 1859–1927, parliamentarian and jurist from the Canadian province of Nova Scotia Danny Duncan musician born 1986, musician with We ...

                                               

James Irvine

James Irvine may refer to: Jim Irvine footballer born 1940, Scottish former footballer James Irvine painter 1822–1889, Scottish portrait-painter James Irvine designer 1958–2013, Milan-based designer James Irvine Pennsylvania 1735–1819, politician ...

                                               

Bernard-Marie Boudin de Tromelin

Born to Marie-Françoise Le Diouguel de Penanru and Jacques Boudin de Tromelin, Tromelin started his career in the Army as a Lieutenant in the regiment du Limousin, and taking part in the Siege of Maastricht. Tromelin joined the Navy as a Garde-Ma ...

                                               

Pierre de Roquefeuil-Montpeyroux

Pierre de Roquefeuil-Montpeyroux was a French Navy officer and member of the noble Roquefeuil family. He served during the War of American Independence.

                                               

George Beresford

George Beresford may refer to: George Beresford Armagh MP 1831–1906, MP for Armagh, grandson of the bishop Lord George Beresford 1781–1839, British politician, son of the Marquess of Waterford George Charles Beresford 1864–1938, British studio ph ...

                                               

Edward Turner (disambiguation)

Edward Turner was a British motorcycle designer. Edward Turner may also refer to: Ed Turner television executive c. 1934–2002, CNN executive vice president Ed Turner basketball born 1957, American basketball player Sir Edward Turner, 2nd Baronet ...

                                               

Joseph Holmes

Joseph or Joe Holmes may refer to: Joseph Holmes photographer, photographer from California Joe Holmes singer 1906–1978, Irish fiddler, lilter and singer Joseph Warren Holmes 1824–1912, American sea captain Joseph Holmes New Jersey 1736–1809, Ame ...

                                               

Morven

Morven Princeton, New Jersey, historic home and state museum, listed on the NRHP in New Jersey Morven Cartersville, Virginia, listed on the NRHP in Virginia Morven Simeon, Virginia, listed on the NRHP in Virginia Morven Markham, Virginia, listed ...

                                               

Langara

Langara may refer to: Places: Langara Island, one of the Queen Charlotte Islands in British Columbia Canada Langara Light, lighthouse on Langara Island Langåra, island in Norway Vancouver-Langara, provincial legislative constituency electoral dis ...

                                               

David Ellis

David Ellis scriptwriter 1918–1978, television series writer David R. Ellis 1952–2013, film director, former actor and stunt man Dave Ellis saxophonist, jazz saxophonist Dave Ellis game designer born 1965, computer game designer and author David ...

                                               

John Coulter

John Coulter, John Coalter or John Colter may refer to: John Colter c.1774–1812 or 1813, member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition John B. Coulter 1891–1983, American general Jackie Coulter 1912–1981, Northern Irish former footballer John Coulter ...

                                               

James Lonsdale

James Lonsdale may refer to: James John Lonsdale 1810–1886, English judge, writer and secretary to the Criminal Law Commission James Lowther, 1st Earl of Lonsdale 1736–1802, member of the British Parliament from various places in England James Lo ...

                                               

Charles de Medine

Charles Isambart de Medine was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence.

                                               

Chaux

in France Chaux-Neuve, commune in the department of Doubs Chaux-la-Lotiere, commune in the department of Haute-Saone Chaux, Cote-dOr, a commune in the department of Cote-dOr Chaux-des-Crotenay, commune in the department of Jura Chaux-les-Port, co ...

                                               

William Byron

William Byron may refer to: William D. Byron 1895–1941, Democratic member of U.S. Congress 1939–1941 from Marylands 6th congressional district Lord Byron umpire 1872–1955, American baseball umpire William J. Byron born 1927, priest of the Society ...

                                               

John Washington (disambiguation)

Johnny Washington baseball coach born 1984, American baseball coach Johnny Washington Negro Leagues born 1930, American baseball player

                                               

James Ewing

James Ewing may refer to: James Ewing Pennsylvania 1736–1806, colonial-era politician James Ewing MP 1775–1853, Member of Parliament for Wareham, 1830–1831, and Glasgow, 1832–1835 James Alfred Ewing 1855–1935, Scottish physicist and engineer Jame ...

                                               

Francis Egerton

Francis Egerton may refer to: Francis Egerton Royal Navy officer 1824–1895, British admiral and MP for Derbyshire East and for Derbyshire North-East Frank Egerton Francis David Egerton, born 1959, British novelist

                                               

Henry Harrison

Henry Harrison may refer to: Henry Harrison Cranford mayor, American mayor of Cranford, New Jersey Henry Harrison cricketer 1883–1971, English cricketer Henry Baldwin Harrison 1821–1901, Connecticut Governor Henry Harrison Irish politician 1867–1 ...

                                               

Duchess Maria

Duchess Maria may refer to: Duchess Maria Nikolaievna of Leuchtenberg 1819–1876, President of the Imperial Academy of Arts Duchess Maria Josepha of Bavaria 1857–1943, Infanta of Portugal Duchess Maria Sophie of Bavaria 1841–1925, last Queen conso ...

                                               

Charles Joseph Auriol

He was the son of Pierre-Elisee d’Auriol 1736-1790, a Colonel in the service of the Kingdom of Sardinia, and Anne-Elisabeth Turrettini. He began as a student of Pierre-Louis de La Rive in Bern, then studied with François-Andre Vincent and Anne Lo ...

                                               

James Nicholson

James or Jim Nicholson may refer to: James B. Nicholson, 1996 U.S. Senate primary candidate against Ronna Romney Jim Nicholson American football coach died 1983, American football player and coach James Nicholson American businessman born 1966, c ...

                                               

Toten Deanery

Toten Deanery was created in 1737 by separation from Hadeland, Ringerike and Toten deaneries and Valdres and Hadeland deaneries. It included Biri, Vardal, Toten divided into Ostre Toten and Vestre Toten in 1825 and Feiring was simultaneously tran ...

                                               

William Paxton

William A. Paxton 1837–1907, American politician and businessman from Nebraska William T. Paxton 1869–1942, American politician in the Virginia Senate William F. Paxton born 1946, American politician from Kentucky Sir William Paxton MP 1744–1824, ...

                                               

George Carter

George Carter rugby union 1854–1922, New Zealand rugby union player George Carter cricketer, born 1846 1846–?, English cricketer George Carter footballer, born 1867 1867–1945, Southampton footballer and coach George Carter bowls 1880s–1935, New Z ...

                                               

Joseph Adams

Joseph Adams may refer to: Joe Adams actor 1924–2018, American actor, disk jockey, businessman and manager Joe Adams quarterback born 1958, American football player Joseph Adams businessman c. 1700–1737, British-born Canadian governor of the Huds ...

                                               

Matthew Green

Matthew Green may refer to: Matthew Dicks born 1971, American novelist and storyteller with the pseudonym Matthew Green Matthew Green New Zealand politician 1840–1914, New Zealand politician Matt Green footballer born 1987, English footballer Mat ...

                                               

James Baillie

James Baillie may refer to: James Evan Baillie 1781–1863, British West Indies merchant, landowner and Whig politician James Black Baillie 1872–1940, British moral philosopher and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds Sir James Baillie, 2nd B ...

                                               

George Grey (disambiguation)

Sir George Grey was the Governor of Cape Colony, South Australia and New Zealand. George Grey may also refer to: Sir George Grey, 2nd Baronet 1799–1882, British politician George Kruger Grey 1880–1943, British artist and designer George Grey, 2nd ...

                                               

Mary Margaret Busk

Busk was born in Portland Place in 1779. She was the daughter of Alexander Blair 1737–c.1816, a manufacturer and merchant in the Birmingham area, and sister of Alexander Blair who was also a writer. Their mother was Mary Johnson. Her father was a ...

                                               

Henry Watson (1737–1786)

Colonel Henry Watson was a British military engineer who worked in India. He was also known for his mathematical abilities and knowledge of engineering and was involved in the design of the Calcutta dockyard and served as a chief engineer of Beng ...

                                               

Armand de Saint-Felix

At the Bourbon restauration, Louis XVIII made Saint-Felix a Commander in the Order of Saint Louis.

                                               

Rheinfelden

Rheinfelden Aargau, a town in the canton of Aargau, Switzerland Rheinfelden Baden, a town in the county of Lorrach in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany Rheinfelden District, a district in the Swiss canton of Aargau

                                               

Walpole (EIC ship)

Five ships named Walpole have sailed as an East Indiaman for the British East India Company: All were built on the River Thames. Walpole 1738 EIC ship made four complete voyages for the EIC and was sold in 1751. Walpole 1721 EIC ship made four co ...