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Richard Grenville (disambiguation)

Richard Grenville Verney, 19th Baron Willoughby de Broke 1869–1923, British peer and politician, MP for Rugby

George Osborne (disambiguation)

George Osborne, 9th Duke of Leeds 1828–1895, British peer George Osborne, 6th Duke of Leeds 1775–1838, British Master of the Horse, Lord Lieutenant of the North Riding of Yorkshire George Osborne, 10th Duke of Leeds 1862–1927, his son, British MP ...

Craigie

Craigie Village and Parish, a small village in South Ayrshire Craigie Castle, Ayrshire Barony of Craigie, a feudal barony in Dundee Craigie, Perth, an area directly south of Perth Craigie, Perth and Kinross

Santa Coloma

Santa Coloma may refer to: Santa Coloma dAndorra, village in Andorra Gaspar de Santa Coloma 1742–1815, Spanish/Argentine businessman FC Santa Coloma, football club in the village UE Santa Coloma, football club in the village Church of Santa Colom ...

Laurie J. Punch

Laurie J. Punch is an American Critical Care Surgeon, an Associate Professor of Surgery, and a Scholar within the Institute for Public Health at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. Punch is also an activist in the fig ...

Dabney

Dabneys, Virginia, an unincorporated community Dabney, Kentucky, an unincorporated community Dabney State Recreation Area, Oregon Dabney, North Carolina, an unincorporated community Dabney, Texas, a former mining community Dabney, Indiana, an uni ...

Justice Burke

Justice Burke may refer to: Adrian P. Burke, a judge of the New York Court of Appeals Anne M. Burke born 1944, Illinois Supreme Court Justice for the First Judicial District John Burke politician 1859–1937, an Associate Justice of the North Dakot ...

Quadra

Quadra may refer to: Quadras and Vancouvers Island, the original name of Vancouver Island Quadra, the fifteenth studio album by Brazilian heavy metal band Sepultura Quadra, a group of four psychological types in the theory of socionics Macintosh ...

Timothy Brown

Timothy or Tim Brown may refer to: Tim Brown American football born 1966, NFL football player and 1987 Heisman Trophy winner Timothy Brown game designer, American role-playing game designer Timothy Ray Brown born 1966, also known as the Berlin Pa ...

Tom Stone

Tom Stone may refer to: Tom Stone photographer born 1971, American documentary photographer Tom Stone TV series, a 2002–2003 Canadian TV series, known in the U.S. as Stone Undercover Tom Stone magician born 1967, otherwise known as Thomas Bengtss ...

Maria, Lady Eardley

Maria, Lady Eardley is an oil on canvas painting by the English artist Thomas Gainsborough from c. 1770. It has been in the collections of Nationalmuseum in Stockholm since 1966. The portrait depicts Maria Wilmot 1743–1794, the daughter of judge ...

Condorcet (disambiguation)

Condorcet may refer to: Condorcet method, any voting system that satisfies the Condorcet criterion Condorcet criterion, a voting system criterion Marquis de Condorcet 1743–1794, French philosopher and mathematician, inventor of the Condorcet crit ...

Claude Mithon de Genouilly

Mithon de Genouilly was born in the family of the Intendant of Toulon. He joined the Navy as a Garde-Marine on 14 December 1743. He was promoted to Lieutenant on 15 May 1756. He was promoted to Captain on 18 February 1772. In 1779, Mithon de Geno ...

Sir Marcus Lowther-Crofton, 1st Baronet

Sir Marcus Lowther-Crofton, 1st Baronet was an Anglo-Irish politician. Born Marcus Lowther, he was the son of Gorges Lowther and Jane Beresford. On 9 September 1743 he married Catherine Crofton, daughter of Sir Edward Crofton, 3rd Baronet, and in ...

Don Jose

Don Jose can refer to: Jose Bernardo de Tagle y Bracho, 1st Marquis of Torre Tagle 1644 – 1740, Peruvian aristocrat who had high status in Spain and Peru Jose Luis Paris the "Don Jose" of British TV and Hallmark recordings Pepin Garcia CEO of Don ...

Dalecarlia (disambiguation)

Dalecarlia or Dalarna is a historical province in Sweden. It can also refer to the following geographic locations: Dalecarlia Tunnel, in Washington DC, United States Dalalven or Dalecarlia River, in Sweden Dalecarlia Reservoir, in Washington DC, ...

Lapwing (disambiguation)

A lapwing is a medium-sized wading bird belonging to the family Charadriidae. Lapwing may also refer to: Lapwing Publications, a publisher based in Belfast USS Lapwing AM-1, a Lapwing -class minesweeper Lapwing 1787 sloop - a sloop that Granville ...

Johannes Oosthout

Johannes Oosthout was a colonial administrator on the Gold Coast, who served as acting commander of the Dutch Gold Coast between 2 January 1820 and his death on 29 August 1821.

DeWolf

Fort DeWolf, American Civil War fort located just south of Shepherdsville, Kentucky DeWolf, California, former name of Wolf, Fresno County, California Dewolf Point State Park, in New York

St Mary the Virgin Church, Turville

The church is first recorded in the 12th century. It was built mainly using flint, principally due to its sole availability in the Middle Ages. The nave of the church is the oldest surviving part, dating from the early 12th century. In 1340, the ...

Richard Peters

Richard Peters may refer to: Richard Peters reporter 1780–1848, also known as Richard Peters, Jr., Reporter of Decisions to the U.S. Supreme Court Richard Stanley Peters 1919–2011, British philosopher Richard Peters American football 1920–1973, A ...

William Fellowes

He was the son of Coulson Fellowes of Ramsey Abbey, Huntingdonshire, and his wife Urania Herbert, sister of Francis Herbert. He was educated at a school in Dalston, and matriculated at St Johns College, Cambridge in 1744, aged 17. Fellowes entere ...

John Parnell

John Parnell may refer to: John Parnell 1680–1727, Irish MP for Granard 1713–22 Jack Parnell John Russell Parnell, 1923–2010, English bandleader and musician Sir John Parnell, 1st Baronet c. 1720–1782, Irish M.P. for Maryborough John Howard Parne ...

Fort Ann

Fort Ann may refer to: Battle of Fort Anne, an American Revolutionary War battle of July 8, 1777, at Fort Anne, New York Fort Ann town, New York, a town in Washington County, New York Fort Ann village, New York, a village in the Town of Fort Ann, ...

Orenburg (disambiguation)

Orenburg is a city in Russia. Orenburg may also refer to: Orenburg gas field, a natural gas field in Orenburg Oblast, Russia FC Orenburg, a football club based in Orenburg, Russia Orenburg Airlines, alternative name of Orenair, an airline based i ...

Royal Scot

Royal Scot may refer to: Royal Scots, a regiment of the British Army Royal Scots Jacobite, a regiment of Scottish exiles in French service, in existence from 1744 to 1762 LMS Royal Scot Class, a class of express passenger locomotive introduced in ...

Bardou

Bardou, Guinea, town in the Kissidougou Prefecture in Guinea Bardou, Dordogne, commune in the Dordogne, France Bardou, Herault, village in the Herault, France

Guy T. Wrench

Guy Theodore Wrench was a British agronomist, nutritionist, and physician. He was a pioneer of the organic movement.

Thomas Peters

Thomas Peters may refer to: Thomas Minott Peters 1810–1888, American lawyer, Alabama Chief Justice, and botanist Tom Peters born 1942, author of In Search of Excellence Tom Peters, title character of the 2004 animated TV series Tom Goes to the Ma ...

Thomas Metcalfe

Thomas Metcalfe or Metcalf may refer to: Thomas Metcalf Massachusetts, representative to the Great and General Court Thomas Metcalfe Kentucky politician 1780–1855, governor of Kentucky, also known as Thomas Metcalf T. Nelson Metcalf 1890–1982, Am ...

Halifax station

Halifax station may refer to: Transportation: Halifax North Bridge railway station, a former station in Halifax, West Yorkshire, England Halifax station MBTA, in Halifax, Massachusetts, United States Halifax station Nova Scotia, in Halifax, Nova ...

John Nichols

John Nichols may refer to: John Nichols drag racer, American drag racer John Gough Nichols 1806–1873, son of John Bowyer Nichols, English printer and antiquary John Bowyer Nichols 1779–1863, English printer and antiquary, son of the above John Tr ...

John OSullivan

John OSullivan rugby union born 1980, Irish rugby union footballer John OSullivan rugby league, New Zealand rugby league footballer John OSullivan cyclist born 1933, Australian cyclist John OSullivan footballer born 1993, Irish footballer John OS ...

Mark VII

Mark VII or Mark 7 often refers to the seventh version of a product, frequently military hardware. "Mark", meaning "model" or "variant", can be abbreviated "Mk." Mark VII or Mark 7 can specifically refer to:

Monvel

Monvel State, India, a former princely state in Sorath prant of Kathiawar, with seat in the above town Monvel, Gujarat, western India, a village on Saurashtra peninsula

James Hartley

James Hartley may refer to: James Hartley Canadian politician 1888–1970, provincial politician from Alberta, Canada Jimmy Hartley 1876–1913, Scottish footballer James Hartley East India Company officer 1745–1799, British officer in the service of ...

Alexander Murray Macgregor

Major-General Alexander Murray Macgregor, born Alexander Murray, was a Scottish army officer in the British East India Company.

Daniel OConnell (disambiguation)

Daniel OConnell was an Irish nationalist leader. Daniel OConnell may also refer to: Dan OConnell director born 1950s, pornographic film director Daniel OConnell Jnr 1816–1897, Member of Parliament, son of Daniel OConnell of Ireland Danny OConnell ...

Volt (disambiguation)

Volt is the SI derived unit for electromotive force and potential difference, named after Alessandro Volta. Volt or Volts may also refer to:

Bluejacket

Jimmy Smith baseball 1895–1974, major league infielder often referred to as Bluejacket Another term for naval rate, a junior enlisted sailor in a navy Charles Blue Jacket 1817–1897, 19th-century Shawnee chief in Kansas, and Methodist Minister Blu ...

John Allan

John Allan may refer to: John Beresford Allan 1841–1927, politician in Manitoba, Canada John Allan cricketer 1911–1987, Scottish cricketer John Allan Canadian politician 1856–1922, Canadian politician, member for Hamilton West, 1914–1919 John All ...

Daniel Stevens

Daniel, Dan or Danny Stevens may refer to: Danny Stevens footballer born 1986, English footballer Dan Stevens born 1982, British actor Dan Stevens musician born 1978, American punk rock musician E. Dan Stevens born 1943, member of the Michigan Ho ...

Ponsonby Tottenham

Ponsonby Tottenham was an Anglo-Irish politician. Tottenham sat in the Irish House of Commons as the Member of Parliament for Fethard between 1779 and 1790, before sitting for Bannow from 1790 and 1797. He then represented Clonmines between 1797 ...

Jose Cruz

Jose Cruz may refer to: Jose B. Cruz Jr., Filipino mathematician Jose E. Cruz born 1984, baseball player with the Spanish national team Jose Cruz Spanish footballer born 1988, Spanish footballer Jose Cruz Jr. born 1974, baseball player Jose Luis ...

Gyalrong people

Gyalrong people, also called Jiarong, rGyalrong, are speakers of the Qiangic Gyalrong language who live in the southern part of Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture of Sichuan, China. They are also found in Danba County of Garze Prefectu ...

Maku

Maku, Ukhrul, a village in Manipur state, India Maku Armenia, the name of a region in ancient Armenia

James Rutherford

James Rutherford may refer to: James Todd Rutherford born 1970, American politician; state representative for South Carolina James Rutherford baritone born 1972, British bass baritone James Rankin Rutherford 1882–1967, Scottish politician James W ...

Fort Cumberland

Fort Cumberland England, an existing pentagonal artillery fortification first erected in 1747 to guard the entrance to Langstone Harbour, east of the naval port of Portsmouth on the south coast of England Fort Cumberland Maryland built 1754, an 1 ...

Battle of Cape Finisterre

First battle of Cape Finisterre 1747, 14 May 1747 victory for a British fleet over the French Second battle of Cape Finisterre 1747, 25 October 1747 victory for a British fleet over the French

Peter Cunningham

Peter Cunningham may refer to: Peter Miller Cunningham 1789–1864, Scottish naval surgeon and pioneer in Australia Peter Cunningham footballer 1906–1934, Scottish soccer player Peter Cunningham racing driver born 1962, American race car driver Pet ...