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William Horton

William Horton bobsleigh 1897–1974, British Olympic bobsledder Bill Horton ice hockey 1946–1988, retired Canadian ice hockey player Bill Horton rugby league 1905–1992, British rugby league footballer William Horton cricketer 1906–1986, English cr ...

Charles McDonald

Charles McDonald may refer to: Charles George McDonald 1892–1970, Australian academic Charles McDonald Irish politician born 1935, Irish Fine Gael Senator, TD and MEP Charles C. McDonald 1933–2017, general in the United States Air Force Charles M ...

Fernando Rodriguez

Fernando Rodriguez may refer to: Fernando Rodriguez swimmer, Peruvian swimmer Fernando Rodriguez bobsleigh born 1931, Argentine Olympic bobsledder Fernando Rodriguez Argentine footballer born 1976, Argentine football forward Fernando E. Rodriguez ...

Joseph Wilson

Joseph Vivian Wilson 1894–1977, New Zealand ambassador to France

Charles Green

Charles Green Shaw 1892–1974, American abstract artist and writer Chuck Green 1919–1997, American tap dancer Charlie Green singer born 1997, child singer Charles Green painter 1840–1898, English painter and illustrator Charlie Green musician 1895 ...

Frank Marshall

Frank Marshall may refer to: Frank Marshall pianist 1883–1959, Spanish pianist and pedagogue Frank Marshall footballer, born 1929 1929–2015, English association football player and coach Frank Marshall chess player 1877–1944, American chess maste ...

Matthew Turner

Matt Turner baseball 1967–2019, American Major League Baseball pitcher Matt Turner soccer born 1994, American goalkeeper Mathew Turner born 1988, South Africa-born English rugby union player Matthew Turner footballer born 1981, British footballer ...

Robert Jamieson

Robert Jamieson may refer to: Robert Jamieson merchant died 1861, London promoter of West African commerce Bob Jamieson, American television journalist Robert Jamieson chess player born 1952, Australian chess player Robert Jamieson antiquary 1772 ...

Peter Lee

Peter Lee may refer to: Peter Lee chess player born 1943, English chess player Peter Lee cricketer born 1945, English cricketer Peter P. Lee 1861–1937, American politician Peter Lee bishop of Christ the King born 1947, England-born Anglican bisho ...

ACP

Associated Collegiate Press, a national organization for college student media in the US American Charities for Palestine, a non-profit organisation supporting the development of Palestinian education Association of Chinese Professionals American ...

Tanitoluwa Adewumi

Tanitoluwa Tani Emmanuel Adewumi is a Nigerian-born chess player who lives in New York City, USA. He won the 2019 K-3 New York State chess championship at the age of eight, after playing the game for only a year, while living with his refugee fam ...

KIA

Kia Luby born 1989, Australian actress and singer Kia Zolgharnain born 1965, soccer player for the Kansas City Comets Kia Goodwin born 1973, African-American actress Kia Pegg born 2000, British actress Kia Abdullah born 1982, English author and j ...

Andrew Miller

Mack Miller born 1931, American cross-country skier and trainer Andrew Miller baseball born 1985, baseball pitcher Andy Miller harness racing born 1968, American harness racing driver Andrew Miller footballer 1899–?, Scottish footballer Drew Mill ...

Daniel Smith

Daniel Smith Australian cricketer born 1982, Australian cricketer Daniel Smith footballer, born 1982, English footballer Daniel Smith Filipino cricketer born 1992, Filipino cricketer Daniel Smith rugby league born 1993, rugby league player Daniel ...

James King

James Wilson King 1818–1905, Chief Engineer of the United States Navy James C. King, former United States Army lieutenant general and former director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, 1998–2001 James King Royal Navy officer 1750–178 ...

Philip Williams

Philip Williams may refer to: Philip Lee Williams born 1950, American novelist, poet and essayist Philip Williams cricketer, born 1824 1824–1899, English cricketer Philip Williams United States Navy 1869–1942, American naval officer, military gov ...

Gary Brown

Gary Brown rugby union born 1980, Irish rugby player Gary Brown footballer born 1985, former Rochdale footballer Gary Brown baseball born 1988, American baseball outfielder Gary Brown cricketer born 1965, former English cricketer Gary Brown offen ...

Robert Carter

Robert "Bob" Carter 1929–2013, aka Sammy Terry, Indianapolis horror host television personality Robert Carter ballet dancer, African-American ballet dancer Bob Carter musician 1922–1993, American jazz bassist and arranger born Robert Kahakalau

William Barber

William Henry Peter Barber 1857–1943, New Zealand politician William Barber MP for Dunwich, MP for Dunwich Reverend William Barber II born 1964, North Carolina minister and political leader William Barber Ontario politician 1808–1887, Canadian bu ...

George Harris

George Harris, 4th Baron Harris 1851–1932, English cricketer and politician George Chesley Harris 1879–1954, merchant and politician in Newfoundland George Harris, 3rd Baron Harris 1810–1872, Governor of Trinidad George E. Harris 1827–1911, Unite ...

Michael Bennett

Michael Bennett theater 1943–1987, American musical theater director, writer, choreographer, and dancer Mike Bennett writer born 1962, British script writer, playwright and record producer Michael Bennett film director, New Zealand writer and dir ...

Stephen Williams

Stephen Williams fashion designer born 1964, celebrity fashion designer Stephen W. Williams 1837–1899, British civil engineer and architect Stephen Tyrone Williams born 1982, American actor Stephen Williams musician, double-bass player associated ...

George Gibson

George Gibson Victoria cricketer 1827–1910, Australian cricketer George Gibson Australian footballer 1885–1933, Australian footballer for Essendon and Richmond George Ralph Gibson 1878–1939, English rugby union player George Gibson footballer, bo ...

John Gregory

Johnny Gregory footballer 1905–1992, Australian footballer Colin Gregory John Colin Gregory, 1903–1959, British tennis player John Gregory cricketer, born 1842 1842–1894, English cricketer Jack Gregory American football coach 1927–2014, college f ...

Frank King

Frank King English cricketer 1911–1996, English cricketer, played for Cambridge University 1934–35 and Dorset 1937–54 Frank King ice hockey 1929-2004, retired ice hockey player Frank A. King, American football coach Frank King footballer 1917–200 ...

Charles Stone

Charles Stone may refer to: Charles P. Stone 1915–2012, American major general and commander of the 4th Infantry Division in the Vietnam War Chuck Stone 1924–2014, American journalist and Tuskeegee Airman Charlie Stone, a fictional character in t ...

John McDonald

John Warlick McDonald 1922–2019, U.S. Ambassador John McDonald Maine politician 1773–1826, State Senator John McDonald Ohio politician, former member of the Ohio House of Representatives John McDonald Maryland politician 1837–1917, U.S. Represent ...

William Riley

Bill Riley ice hockey, born 1921 1921–2000, American ice hockey player William Riley Leicestershire cricketer 1892–1955 Bill Riley ice hockey, born 1950, Canadian ice hockey player Billy Riley 1889–1977, wrestler William Riley Nottinghamshire cri ...

Arthur Robinson

Arthur Robinson may refer to: Arthur Robinson Australian politician 1872–1945 Arthur Robinson, character in 55 Days at Peking A. N. R. Robinson Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson, 1926–2014, Prime Minister and President of Trinidad and Tobago

Henry Taylor

Henry Charles Taylor 1873–1969, agricultural economist Henry Martyn Taylor 1842–1927, English mathematician and barrister Henry Kirby Taylor 1858–1934, college president in United States Henry Osborn Taylor 1856–1941, American historian and legal ...

Zafar Iqbal

Zafar Iqbal may refer to: Zafar Iqbal Guantanamo detainee 014, held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Guantanamo Bay detainment camps, in Cuba Muhammed Zafar Iqbal born 1952, Bangladeshi writer of childrens books and science-fiction ...

Peter Johnson

Peter Johnson footballer, born 1954, English football player Peter Randall Johnson 1880–1959, Somerset cricketer Peter Johnson cricketer, born 1926 1926–2017, English cricketer and Royal Navy officer Peter Johnson footballer, born 1958, English f ...

Raymond Smith

Raymond Smith may refer to: Raymond Smith Jr. born 1962, Member of North Carolina House of Representatives Raymond C. Smith, United States Navy rear admiral and SEAL commander Raymond W. Smith, businessman Raymond Smith cricketer, born 1935 1935– ...

Henry Harris

Henry Harris American football born c. 1965, former American college football player Henry Harris English cricketer 1854–1923, English cricketer Henry Harris Australian cricketer 1865–1933, Australian cricketer Henry Harris ice hockey 1905–1975, ...

Robert Nelson

Robert Nelson filmmaker 1930–2012, American experimental filmmaker Robert Lyn Nelson born 1955, American artist Rob Nelson biologist born 1979, American biologist and television personality Rob Nelson talk show host born 1964, American talk show ...

George Field

George Wilton Field 1863–1938, American biologist George Field chemist 1777–1854, English chemist George Fields American football born 1935/36, American football player George Fields Marketing in Japan 1928-2008, Japanese Australian book writer o ...

Vicky Persinger

Vicky Persinger is an American curler. At the national level, she is a two-time United States womens champion 2017, 2018.

John Dunlop (curler)

John Dunlop is an American curler. At the national level, he is a two-time United States mens curling champion 2000, 2008.

Greg Romaniuk

Greg Romaniuk is a Canadian-American curler from Snohomish, Washington. He grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba. At the national level, he is a 2001 United States mens champion curler.

Doug Pottinger

Doug Pottinger is a Canadian-American curler from Eden Prairie, Minnesota. He is originally from Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. At the national level, he is a 2004 United States mens curling champion.

Andrew Stopera

Andrew Stopera is an American curler from Briarcliff Manor, New York. He is a three-time United States Junior Champion and won the silver medal at the 2017 World Junior Championships.

Martin Sather

Martin Sather is an American curler. In 2002 Sather won the United States Junior Curling Championship, playing second for skip Leo Johnson. The national title earned them the opportunity to represent the United States at the 2002 World Junior Cha ...

Tim Solin

Timothy "Tim" Solin is an American curler. He competed in the 1998 Winter Olympics and at three World Senior Curling Championships.

Darren Lehto

Darren Lehto is a Canadian-American curler from Athabasca, Alberta. He won the 2013 United States Mens Curling Championship, earning the chance to compete at the 2013 World Mens Championship in Victoria, British Columbia. They finished ninth at W ...

Doug Kauffman

Doug Kauffman is an American curler from Hayward, California. At the national level, he is a two-time United States mens curling champion 2001, 2004.

Madison Bear

Madison Bear is an American curler from Portage, Wisconsin. As a junior curler Bear was a two-time United States champion and a World runner-up.

Two Rivers, Alaska

Two Rivers is a census-designated place in Fairbanks North Star Borough, Alaska, United States. It lies between mile 13 and mile 25 on the Chena Hot Springs Road, northeast of Fairbanks. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP had a populati ...

Emiu

Emiu, or Split-the-Wind, was an Iñupiat Alaska Native, Arctic explorer and musher who guided the Canadian Arctic Expedition, 1913–1916. According to contemporary accounts, Emiu was the member of the expedition who theorized that by preparing and ...

Big Lake, Alaska

Big Lake is a census-designated place in Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska, United States. It is part of the Anchorage, Alaska Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 3.350 at the 2010 census, up from 2.635 in 2000.

Stacy Johnson

Stacy Johnson Miss Utah, Miss Utah 2003 Stacy May-Johnson born 1984, softball player who represented the United States at the 2011 Pan American Games Stacy Johnson singer in the Ike & Tina Turner Revue