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Llywelyn (disambiguation)

Llewellyn, Pennsylvania, community in eastern Pennsylvania Lewellen, Nebraska, village in Nebraska Carnedd Llewelyn, mountain in Snowdonia, North Wales Llewellyn Park, neighborhood in West Orange, New Jersey, founded in 1853 by Llewellyn Solomon ...

                                               

Statute of Westminster

The Statute of Westminster may refer to: Statute of Westminster 1327, first mentioned the military post of Conductor Statute of Westminster 1285, often called the Statute of Westminster II, contained the clause De donis conditionalibus Statute of ...

                                               

Royal Victoria Hospital, Dover

The hospital was established by the conversion of an early 19th century mansion known as Brook House to form the Dover Dispensary in 1851. An annex was added to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1887. It became the Dover Hospital ...

                                               

Frederick III

Frederick III may refer to: Frederick III, Count of Veldenz died 1444 Frederick III, Duke of Austria 1347–1362 Frederick III of Germany 1289–1330, nicknamed the Fair, King of the Romans and previously Duke Frederick I of Austria Frederick III, Fu ...

                                               

Anne of Bohemia (disambiguation)

Anne of Bohemia may refer to: Anna of Austria 1549–1580, daughter of Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor, fourth wife of Philip II of Spain Anna of Bohemia and Hungary 1503–1547, the only daughter of Vladislaus II of Bohemia and Hungary Anna of Tyr ...

                                               

WCCC

WCCC may refer to: World Covered Court Championships, a tennis tournament Westmoreland County Community College, in Youngwood, Pennsylvania, United States Washington County Community College in Calais, Maine, United States Western Collegiate Cycl ...

                                               

Elisabeth of Bohemia

Elisabeth of Bohemia may refer to: Elisabeth of the Palatinate also called "Elizabeth of Bohemia" 1618–1680, daughter of Frederick V, Elector Palatine, and Elizabeth Stuart, philosopher and correspondent of Descartes. Elisabeth of Bohemia 1409–14 ...

                                               

Charles IV

Charles IV may refer to: Charles IV of France 1294–1328, "the Fair" Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor 1500–1558, King of Naples as Charles IV Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor 1685–1740, Duke of Brabant and King of Sicily as Charles IV Charles IV of Spa ...

                                               

English invasions of Scotland

English invasions of Scotland occurred on numerous occasions over the centuries: 1303 - invasion of Scotland, by King Edward I of England, after the failure of the 1301 invasion, another two-pronged attack along the eastern and western coasts to ...

                                               

Bedrule Castle

Bedrule Castle is a ruined 13th-century castle in the Rule Valley, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. The castle was built in the 13th century by the Comyn family. During King Edward I of England’s invasion of Scotland in 1298, he stayed a ...

                                               

Falkirk (disambiguation)

Falkirk council area, Scottish local government council area Falkirk Burghs UK Parliament constituency Falkirk East UK Parliament constituency Falkirk West UK Parliament constituency Falkirk UK Parliament constituency

                                               

King Constantine

King Constantine may refer to: Constantine II of Georgia ca. 1447 – 1505, of the Bagrationi dynasty, king of Georgia from 1478 Constantine III of Scotland born ca. 970–997, king of Scots from 995 to 997 Constantine II of Scotland d. 952, an early ...

                                               

Battle of Wadi

The term Wadi is Arabic for valley, therefore the term Battle of Wadi has been used in numerous instances often in reference to battle that occurred by or near a valley. The Battle of Wadi can refer to the following: Battle of Wadi al-Khazandar - ...

                                               

Holy Sepulchre (disambiguation)

The Holy/St. Sepulchre may refer to the tomb of Jesus, at whose putative site in Jerusalem is built the Church of the Holy Sepulchre Holy Sepulchre, Saint Sepulchre, Santo Sepolcro, Saint-Sepulchre may also refer to:

                                               

Edward, Prince of Wales

Edward, Prince of Wales may refer to: Edward VI of England, Prince of Wales 1537–1547 Edward of Middleham, Prince of Wales 1483–1484 Edward V of England, Prince of Wales 1471–1483 Edward VII, Prince of Wales 1841–1901 Edward VIII, Prince of Wales ...

                                               

Thomas Charlton

Thomas Charlton may refer to: Thomas Charlton rower born 1934, American Olympic rower Tommy Charlton, English footballer born circa 1887 Thomas Malcolm Charlton 1923–1997, British civil engineer and historian Thomas Charlton bishop died 1344, Bis ...

                                               

Saint Bridget

Brigit of Kildare 451–525, patron saint of Ireland, abbess Bridget of Sweden 1303–1373, mystic and saint, founder of the Bridgettines nuns and monks Saint Briga, fl. 6th century, founder of the monastery of Oughter Ard in Ardclough, County Kildare

                                               

John de Lisle

John de Lisle may refer to: John de Lisle constable, Constables and Governors of Windsor Castle John de Lisle, 2nd Baron Lisle second creation 1318–1355 second creation 1311, a companion of the future King Edward III of England, and one of the fo ...

                                               

John Sutton

John Sutton V 1380–1406, father of 1st Baron Dudley John Sutton, 3rd Baron Dudley 1494–1553, mockingly known as Lord Quondam John Sutton of Lincoln died c. 1391, MP for Lincoln John Sutton, 1st Baron Dudley 1400–1487, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland J ...

                                               

Simon Fraser

Simon Fraser of Lovat 1726–1782, Jacobite leader and British general during the Seven Years War and American Revolutionary War Simon Fraser Australian rules footballer 1886–1919, Australian rules footballer and Olympic rower, son of the above Sim ...

                                               

Gesta Henrici Quinti

The book was published in 1910 by Frank Taylor and John Roskell Smith. There are currently only two manuscripts of the Gesta Henrici Quinti and both are preserved at the British Library.

                                               

Thomas Bruce

Thomas Bruce may refer to: Thomas Bruce cricketer born 1983, English cricketer Thomas Bruce, 2nd Earl of Ailesbury 1656–1741, 3rd Earl of Elgin, British peer, M.P. for Marlborough, 1679–1681, and Wiltshire, 1685 Thomas Bruce priest 1636–1689, Ang ...

                                               

Lord Beaumont

Lord Beaumont currently properly refers only to the Duke of Norfolk as holder of the English Barony of Beaumont. However, in a historical context, it can refer either to a past holder of that Barony or to a holder of one of the extinct Viscountci ...

                                               

List of ambassadors of the Philippines to the United Kingdom

The Ambassador of the Republic of the Philippines to the United Kingdom is the Republic of the Philippines foremost diplomatic representative in the United Kingdom. As head of the Philippines diplomatic mission there, the Ambassador is the offici ...

                                               

Peter FitzReginald

Peter FitzReginald, also known as Piers FitzReynold, Lord of Chewton was an English noble. He was a younger son of Reginald FitzPiers and Joan de Vivonne. Peter held from his mother, a share of Chewton, from William de Forz, her father. Peter was ...

                                               

The Ticket

The Ticket may refer to: SportsRadio 1310/96.7 The Ticket, an AM/FM sports-talk radio station in Dallas, Texas, broadcast on KTCK-AM/KTCK-FM KTLT, an FM radio station in Anson, Texas, branded as The Ticket WXYT-FM, an Entercom-owned FM sports-tal ...

                                               

George VI (disambiguation)

George VI was King of Great Britain and the British Dominions from 1936 to 1952 and the last Emperor of India from 1936 to 1948. George VI may also refer to: King George VI, a LMS Coronation Class locomotive King George VI Bridge, over the river ...

                                               

Castlehaven (disambiguation)

Castlehaven may refer to: Earl of Castlehaven, was a peerage title in the Peerage of Ireland, created on September 6, 1616. It was held in conjunction with the Barony of Audley created 1312 in the Peerage of England, the Barony of Audley of Orier ...

                                               

Edward Windsor

Edward Windsor may refer to: Edward Windsor, Lord Downpatrick or Edward Edmund Maximilian George Windsor born 1988 Edward Windsor cricketer 1869–1953, Australian cricketer Edward of Windsor or Edward III of England 1312–1377 Prince Edward, Earl o ...

                                               

Towneley

Maurice Towneley-OHagan, 3rd Baron OHagan 20 February 1882 – 18 December 1961 Thomas Towneley OHagan, 2nd Baron OHagan 5 December 1878 – 13 December 1900 Baron OHagan the title Thomas OHagan, Baron OHagan 1812–1885 who married in 1871 Alice Towne ...

                                               

Henry Percy

Henry de Percy, 1st Baron Percy 1273–1314, took an important part in the Scottish wars of Edward I; knighted, 1296: present at Bannockburn, 1314 Henry de Percy, 2nd Baron Percy of Alnwick 1299–1352, elder son of Sir Henry Percy, 1st Baron Percy H ...

                                               

Siege of Carlisle

Siege of Carlisle 1315, Andrew Harclay, 1st Earl of Carlisle, drove off Robert I of Scotland from a siege of Carlisle Siege of Carlisle 1644, Covenanters besiege but fail to take Carlisle, being held by Royalist James Graham, 1st Marquess of Mont ...

                                               

Randall, Shorne

Sir Henry de Cobham d. circa 1316 was given by his father the manor of Randall. He was the younger brother of John de Cobham died 1300, of nearby Cobham Hall and of Cooling, Constable of Rochester Castle in Kent and one of the Barons of the Exche ...

                                               

John MacDougall

John MacDougall may refer to: John MacDougall Ontario politician born 1947, Canadian Progressive Conservative MP, 1982–1993 John MacDougall, Lord of Argyll died 1316, Scottish nobleman and commander Lorne MacDougall 1898–1956, Canadian Member of ...

                                               

Reginald FitzReginald

Reginald FitzReginald, also known as Reynold FitzReynold, Lord of Hinton Martel, was an English noble. He was a younger son of Reginald FitzPiers and Joan de Vivonne. Reginald held from his mother, her share of the lands in Midsomer Norton, from ...

                                               

David Hay (disambiguation)

David Hay is a Scottish football player and manager. David Hay may also refer to: David Davidson Hay 1828–1908, Ontario political figure David Hay engineer 1859–1938, British civil engineer David Hay, 14th Marquess of Tweeddale born 1947, British ...

                                               

Major Pierson (1781 ship)

Major Pierson was launched in American in 1774 and first appeared in Lloyds Register in the supplemental pages for 1781. An American privateer captured her in 1781 and she became the Pennsylvania letter of marque Admiral Zoutman. The British Roya ...

                                               

Robert Knollys

Robert Knollys may refer to: Robert Knollys politician died 1659 1588–1659, MP for Abingdon and Wallingford and nephew of Robert Knollys died 1619 Robert Knollys politician died 1626, MP for Reading UK Parliament constituency Robert Knollys court ...

                                               

Ravensberg

Minden-Ravensberg, administrative unit of Prussia 1719–1807 County of Ravensberg, historical territory in Germany Ravensburg State Park, Clinton County, Pennsylvania, United States

                                               

Baron Arcedekne

Baron Arcedekne was a peerage created in 1321 for Thomas Arcedekne, 1st Baron Arcedekne of Ruan Lanihorne Castle in Cornwall, Governor of Tintagel Castle in 1312 and Sheriff of Cornwall 1313–14, who was summoned by writ to Parliament in 1321, whe ...

                                               

John Mowbray

John Mowbray or John de Mowbray may refer to: John de Mowbray, 4th Baron Mowbray 1340–1368, knighted by King Edward III and died en route to the Holy Land John de Mowbray, 2nd Baron Mowbray 1286–1322, Lord of Tanfield and Well, Yorkshire and Gove ...

                                               

Hawkwood

Hawkwood, Queensland, a locality in the North Burnett Region, Queensland, Australia Hawkwood College, an education centre in Gloucestershire, UK Hawkwood Gordonsville, Virginia, United States, a historic house Hawkwood, London, a 25-acre estate i ...

                                               

Robert Munro

Robert Munro may refer to: Sir Robert Munro, 5th Baronet died 1729, 26th chief of Clan Munro Robert Munro folklorist 1853–?, Scottish minister and author Rob Munro born 1946, New Zealand politician Sir Robert Munro lawyer 1907–1995, New Zealand-b ...

                                               

Meath

Meath may refer to: County Meath, Republic of Ireland Kingdom of Meath, medieval precursor of the county Diocese of Meath, in the Roman Catholic Church, and formerly in the Church of Ireland Meath GAA, including the intercounty football and hurli ...

                                               

David II

David II may refer to: David II of Imereti 1756–1795 Davit II, Caucasian Albanian Catholicos in 765–769 David II Magistros of Tao-Klarjeti died 937 David II of Scotland, King of Scotland from 1324 to 1371 David II, Catholicos-Patriarch of Georgia ...

                                               

Scots College

Scots College Rome, Italy, founded 1600, also known as The Pontifical Scots College Royal Scots College, Salamanca, Spain founded 1627 Scots College Paris, France, founded 1325 Scotus College, Bearsden, Glasgow founded 1993 Scots College, Douai, ...

                                               

Exchequer Rolls of Scotland

The Exchequer Rolls of Scotland are records of the Scottish Exchequer dating from 1326 to 1708. The accounts were the responsibility of the Comptroller of Scotland.

                                               

John Harrington

John Harrington died 1654 1589–1654, English politician John Harington died 1553, MP for Rutland John Harington died 1582, MP for Pembroke Boroughs, Old Sarum and Caernarvon Boroughs John Harrington politician born 1956, American politician and m ...

                                               

Bruce (disambiguation)

House of Bruce, a Scottish Royal house Bruce actor, Taiwanese actor Bruce surname Bruce Russian nobility, Russian noble family of Scottish origin Robert the Bruce 1274–1329, King of Scotland Clan Bruce, a Scottish clan

                                               

Louis I of Thouars

Louis I was Viscount of Thouars from 1333 to 1370 and Count of Dreux jure uxoris from 1345 to 1355. He was also lord of Talmont and Mauleon. Louis was the son of Jean I, Viscount of Thouars, and Blanche of Brabant.