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Amesbury (disambiguation)

Amesbury, Massachusetts, US Amesbury CDP, Massachusetts, a US census-designated place Amesbury railway station, Amesbury, England Amesbury, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Amesbury, Alberta, Canada

                                               

Duke of Edinburgh (disambiguation)

George III of the United Kingdom, who held the title from 1751 to 1760 Frederick, Prince of Wales, who held the title from 1726 to 1751 Prince William Frederick, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh, who held a strictly distinct Gloucester and Edinbu ...

                                               

Victoria Hospital

Queen Victoria Hospital, Melbourne Royal Perth Rehabilitation Hospital, originally called the Victoria Hospital, Subiaco Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital

                                               

Sauer (disambiguation)

The Sauer is a tributary river to the Moselle, flowing through Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany. Sauer is a German surname, see Sauer surname. The word sauer means sour, acidic. Sauer may also refer to: Sauer Castle, an architecturally significant ...

                                               

Johann Dominikus Schultze

Schulze, I. D. 1775. Beytrage zur KenntniS seltener Insekten. Erstes Stuck. - Der Naturforscher 6: 87-98, Tab. IV. Hamburg. Herold.

                                               

George Manners

George Manners may refer to: George Manners, 7th Earl of Rutland 1580–1641, English landowner and politician, great-great-grandson of Baron de Ros George Manners editor 1778–1853, writer and editor, British consul in Boston, Massachusetts, 1819–1 ...

                                               

Rama Varma

The name Rama Varma refers to a number of persons from many royal families of Kerala Members of the Chera Perumal/Kulasekhara dynasty Rama Varma 11th-12th century AD Members of the Cochin Royal Family: Sir Sri Rama Varma a.k.a. Rajarshi and Abdic ...

                                               

James Gallagher

James Gallagher may refer to: James T. Gallagher 1904–2002, baseball executive James A. Gallagher 1869–1957, U.S. Republican representative from Pennsylvania James Gallagher chaplain, Presbyterian Chaplain of the United States House of Representa ...

                                               

William Hare

William Hare may refer to: William Hare sport shooter 1935-2005, Canadian Olympic sports shooter William Hare, 3rd Earl of Listowel 1833–1924, son of the 2nd Earl, Baron Hare, Liberal politician William Hare, 1st Earl of Listowel 1751–1837, Irish ...

                                               

Jose Flores

Jose Flores may refer to: Jose Flores weightlifter born 1930, Dutch Antillean weightlifter Jose Felipe Flores 1751–1824, physician and medicine teaching pioneer in Central America Jose Oscar Flores born 1971, Argentine footballer Jose Maria Flore ...

                                               

Grão-Para

Grão-Para may refer to: Grão-Para Ecological Station, the largest strictly protected tropical forest conservation area in the world State of Grão-Para and Rio Negro, one of the Brazilian states of the Portuguese Empire 1772–1775 Palacio do Grão-P ...

                                               

Edward May

Edward may refer to: E. J. May 1853–1941, English architect Teddy May Edward May, 1865–1941, English footballer Edward Ralph May 1819–1852, only delegate to 1850 Indiana Constitutional Convention to vote for African-American suffrage Edward May p ...

                                               

William Adam

William Adam may refer to: William Adam of Blair Adam 1751–1839, Scottish Member of the British Parliament and judge William Augustus Adam 1865–1940, British and army officer and Conservative Party politician William Adam minister 1796–1881, Bapt ...

                                               

James Donaldson

James Donaldson may refer to: Jamie Donaldson born 1975, Welsh golfer James Donaldson classical scholar 1831–1915, Scottish classical scholar, and educational and theological writer James Donaldson basketball born 1957, retired professional Engli ...

                                               

Thomas Dobson

Thomas Dobson may refer to: Thomas Dobson printer 1751–1823, master printer most famous for having published the earliest American version of the Encyclopædia Britannica Tom Dobson cricketer 1901–1940, English cricketer Thomas Dobson politician 1 ...

                                               

Royal Victoria

See Royal Victoria Park disambiguation Royal Victoria Country Park, Netley, previously the site of the Royal Victoria Military Hospital Royal Victoria Park, Bath

                                               

David Williamson (disambiguation)

David Williamson is an Australian playwright. David Williamson may also refer to: David Williamson Pennsylvania 1752–1814, American colonel in the Pennsylvania militia during the Revolutionary War David Theodore Nelson Williamson 1923–1992, Briti ...

                                               

Wade Hampton

Wade Hampton may refer to the following people: William Wade Hampton 1854–1928, Florida lawyer commonly known as Wade Hampton Wade Hampton III 1818–1902, American Civil War soldier and politician; elected Governor and Senator of South Carolina, o ...

                                               

Simcoe

Simcoe, Missouri, a community in the United States Fort Simcoe, a former United States Army fort preserved as a state park in Yakima, Washington

                                               

Charles Hastings

Charles Hastings may refer to: Sir Charles Hastings English physician 1794–1866, medical surgeon and a founder of the British Medical Association Charlie Hastings 1870–1934, baseball pitcher Sir Charles Abney-Hastings, 2nd Baronet 1792–1858, High ...

                                               

Charles Chapman

Charles Chapman guitarist 1950/1951–2011, American guitarist C. C. Chapman Charles Chapman, podcaster Charles Shepard Chapman 1879–1962, American painter C. H. Chapman Charles Henry Chapman, 1879–1972, British illustrator and cartoonist

                                               

John Weber

John B. Weber 1842–1926, U.S. Representative from New York John Weber Pennsylvania 1768–1815, speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 1810–1812 Vin Weber John Vincent Weber, born 1952, former Republican congressman from Minnesota

                                               

Thomas Lister

Thomas or Tom Lister may refer to: Tom Lister Jr. born 1958, American actor Tom Lister rugby union 1943–2017, New Zealand rugby union player Thomas Lister Jesuit c. 1559–c. 1628, English Jesuit writer Thomas Lister, 1st Baron Ribblesdale 1752–182 ...

                                               

Gertrude Mahon

Gertrude Mahon born Gertrude Tilson was a Dublin-born British courtesan and actress. She was nicknamed the "Bird of Paradise" by the press for her outrageous hats, clothes.

                                               

Treaty of Aranjuez

The Treaty of Aranjuez may refer to: Treaty of Aranjuez 1777, by which France and Spain define their colonies in Santo Domingo Treaty of Aranjuez 1780, by which Spain cedes territories to Morocco Treaty of Aranjuez 1801, which confirms the Third ...

                                               

William Douglass

William Douglass may refer to: William Douglass engineer, born 1831 1831–1923, engineer-in-chief for Trinity House and later for the Commissioners of Irish Lights Klondike Douglass William Bingham Douglass, 1872–1953, American Major League Baseba ...

                                               

Thomas Brady

Thomas Brady canoeist born 1991, British slalom canoeist Tom Brady rugby union born 1991, rugby union player Tom Brady born 1977, American football player Tom Brady Australian footballer 1892–1945, Australian rules footballer

                                               

Andre Silva

Andre Silva may refer to: Andre Lourenço e Silva born 1976, Portuguese politician Andre Silva footballer, born 1980, Brazilian footballer Andre Silva handballer, Brazilian handballer, playing for Handebol Clube Taubate Andre Silva footballer, bor ...

                                               

John Allison

John Allison may refer to: John Allison footballer 1884–?, British footballer John Allison anthroposophist born 1950, New Zealand/Australian poet, musician, and anthroposophist John W. Allison 1893–?, John Williams Allison artist, collector and s ...

                                               

Michael Myers

Michael or Mike Myers may refer to: Michael Myers Halloween, a fictional character and antagonist in the Halloween films Mike Myers, British songwriter, writer of multiple hits for artists including The Nolans and The Dooleys Mike Meyers pitcher ...

                                               

Richard Newton

Richard Newton may refer to: Richard Newton artist born 1948, American artist Richard Newton caricaturist 1777–1798, English caricaturist Richard Bullen Newton 1854–1926, British paleontologist Richard Orr Newton 1905–1963, politician in British ...

                                               

Jack Russell

Jack Russell hurler born 1945, Irish hurler and coach Jack Russell American football 1919–2006, American football end Jack Russell, 25th Baron de Clifford 1884–1909, British army officer and nobleman Jack Russell baseball 1905–1990, American base ...

                                               

William Hull (disambiguation)

William Hull was Territorial Governor of Michigan. William Hull may also refer to: William Roper Hull William E. Hull 1866–1942, U.S. Representative from Illinois William Raleigh Hull, Jr. 1906–1977, US Representative from Missouri Billy Hull bor ...

                                               

Rockingham Free Public Library

Rockingham Free Public Library is one of four Carnegie Libraries in the state of Vermont. The building, in Bellows Falls, Vermont, a village of Rockingham, Vermont, was designed by Boston architects McLean & Wright in Classical Revival style. The ...

                                               

Edmund Pytts (died 1753)

Edmund Pytts was a British Tory politician, MP for Worcestershire 1741–1753. Pytts was the son of Samuel Pytts and Frances Sandys, the daughter of Samuel Sandys. He matriculated at Balliol College, Oxford in 1713, aged 16. Pytts stood unsuccessfu ...

                                               

Samuel Young

Samuel or Sam Young may refer to: Samuel Young General Superintendent 1901–1990, from the Church of the Nazarene and Eastern Nazarene College Samuel Young Irish politician 1822–1918, oldest ever member of the UK House of Commons Sam Young America ...

                                               

Governor Mitchell

Governor Mitchell may refer to: Henry L. Mitchell 1831–1903, 16th Governor of Florida Charles Mitchell colonial administrator 1836–1899, 4th Governor of Fiji Robert Byington Mitchell 1823–1882, 7th Governor of New Mexico Territory Alexander Graha ...

                                               

Senator Taylor

Senator Taylor may refer to: United States Senators Glen H. Taylor 1904–1984, U.S. senator from Idaho John Taylor of Caroline 1753–1824, U.S. Senator from Virginia from 1792 to 1894, in 1803, and from 1822 to 1824 Waller Taylor 1786–1826, U.S. Se ...

                                               

Jew (disambiguation)

Yuri "Keith" Jew, American League of Legends player Sollie Cohen 1907–1966, American college football player nicknamed "Jew" Ed Jew born 1960, American politician

                                               

Rhizopogon salebrosus

Rhizopogon salebrosus is a mushroom species within the Rhizopogon sub-genus Amylopogon. R. salebrosus is a monotropoid mycorrhiza that is of vital importance to the ecology of conifer forests, especially in the Pacific Northwest region of North A ...

                                               

Plan of Union

Plan of Union may refer to: Albany Plan of Union, a 1754 proposal by Benjamin Franklin at the Albany Congress of representatives of the English colonies in North America held in Albany, New York Plan of Union of 1801, an agreement between Congreg ...

                                               

Ferdinand Charles

Ferdinand Charles may refer to: Archduke Ferdinand Karl Viktor of Austria-Este 1821–1849 Ferdinand Charles, Archduke of Further Austria 1628–1662, ruler of Further Austria Ferdinand Charles, comte dAspremont-Lynden 1689–1772, soldier Ferdinand Ch ...

                                               

Theresianum (disambiguation)

Theresianum is a name that is used for a number of institutions in several countries, including the following. Austria: Theresianum or Theresian Academy, a private school governed by the laws for public schools in Vienna Theresian Military Academ ...

                                               

Jonathan Scott

Jonathan Scott may refer to: Jonathan Scott politician born 1966, Rhode Island Republican politician, who ran for US Congress in 2006 Jonathan Scott television personality born 1978, Canadian television personality Jonathan Scott actor, British a ...

                                               

Anthony Allen

Anthony Allen rugby union born 1986, English rugby union player Anthony Allen wide receiver born 1959, former professional American football wide receiver Anthony Allen running back born 1988, professional American & Canadian football running back

                                               

Walter Boyd

Walter Boyd may refer to: Sir Walter Boyd, 1st Baronet 1833–1918, of the Boyd baronets Walter Boyd, the first candidate of the One New Zealand Party Lead Belly 1888–1949, American folk and blues musician, who hid under the name Walter Boyd after ...

                                               

Samuel Lawrence (disambiguation)

Samuel Lawrence was a Canadian politician. Samuel Lawrence may also refer to: Samuel C. Lawrence 1822–1911, Massachusetts politician Samuel Laurence 1812–1884, British portrait painter, also spelt as Lawrence Samuel Lawrence revolutionary 1754–18 ...

                                               

Deux-Ponts

Deux-Ponts may refer to: members of the house von Forbach, later von Zweibrucken Christian Marquis de Deux-Ponts 1752–1817, officer of the French army and later general of the Royal Prussian and then of the Bavarian Army French name for Zweibruck ...

                                               

Forbach (disambiguation)

Forbach is a commune in the Moselle department in Lorraine in northeastern France. Forbach may also refer to: Arrondissement of Forbach, former arrondissement Battle of Spicheren, also known as Battle of Forbach, on 6 August 1870 during the Franc ...

                                               

Joseph Hewitt

Joseph or Joe Hewitt may refer to: Joe Hewitt RAAF officer 1901–1985, Royal Australian Air Force officer Joseph Hewitt judge 1754–1794, English-born Irish barrister, politician and judge Joe Hewitt footballer, born 1902 1902–?, English footballer ...