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William Babington (East India Company officer)

Major-General William Knox Babington was an Anglo-Irish officer of the East India Company commanding Northern District, Madras from 29 November 1867 to 1 December 1868. He was a cornet in 1826, promoted to lieutenant in 1828, captain in 1846, maj ...

                                               

Robert Short

Robert Short may refer to: Robert Short East India Company officer 1783–1859, British officer in the Honourable East India Company Robert L. Short 1932–2009, American clergyman and writer Bobby Short 1924–2005, American cabaret singer and pianist ...

                                               

Du Boulay

Du Boulay is a surname, and may refer to: Clair du Boulay, British expert in pathology and medical education Shirley du Boulay born 1933, British author and biographer Arthur du Boulay 1880–1918, British military officer Roger Du Boulay born 1922 ...

                                               

Jacob Nicolai Moller

Moller was born in Porsgrund on 6 February 1777, the son of a doctor. After studying at Copenhagen University and gaining a reputation for brilliance, he passed the Danish civil service exam and was awarded a travel bursary to pursue further stud ...

                                               

Planned Invasion

Planned Invasion may refer to: Operation Tannenbaum, a German plan to invade Switzerland in 1940 Operation Sea Lion, a German plan to invade Britain in 1940 Planned French invasion of Britain 1759, an abandoned invasion of Britain in 1759 Napoleo ...

                                               

William Short

William Short or William Shortt may refer to: William Henry Short 1884–1916, English recipient of the Victoria Cross William Short priest c. 1760 – 1826, Archdeacon of Cornwall William Short Alberta politician 1866–1926, Mayor of Edmonton, Albert ...

                                               

Schiller (disambiguation)

Schiller Piano Company, a former piano maker whose factory is an NRHP-listed property in Illinois Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany Schiller Institute, a LaRouchian think tank Schiller International University, Florida, U.S.

                                               

Sir Thomas Fetherston, 2nd Baronet

Sir Thomas Fetherston, 2nd Baronet, alias Fetherstonhaugh, was an Anglo-Irish politician. Fetherston was the son of Sir Ralph Fetherston, 1st Baronet and succeeded to his title in 1780. He sat in the Irish House of Commons as the Member of Parlia ...

                                               

Samuel Turner

Samuel Turner may refer to: Sam Turner footballer, born 1980, Welsh former footballer Samuel H. Turner 1790–1861, American Hebraist Samuel Turner diplomat 1759-1802, British traveller Sam Turner footballer, born 1993, English footballer Samuel Tu ...

                                               

Senator Snyder

Senator Snyder may refer to: Adam W. Snyder 1799–1842, Illinois State Senate Oliver P. Snyder 1833–1882, Arkansas State Senate H. Diane Snyder fl. 2000s–2010s, New Mexico State Senate Cooper Snyder 1928–2019, Ohio State Senate Frederic Beal Snyde ...

                                               

James Dunlop (disambiguation)

James Dunlop was a Scottish astronomer. James Dunlop may also refer to: James Dunlop astronomer, Scottish astronomer and academic James Dunlop of Dunlop 1759–1832, Scottish Laird, British Army officer, MP for Kirkcudbright Stewartry 1812–26 James ...

                                               

James Fergusson

Sir James Fergusson, 6th Baronet 1832–1907, Governor of South Australia, New Zealand and Bombay Sir James Fergusson, Lord Kilkerran 1688–1759, Scottish politician and judge Sir James Fergusson, 8th Baronet 1904–1973, Lord Lieutenant of Ayrshire

                                               

Carlos de Borbon

Carlos de Borbon may refer to: Carlos, Duke of Madrid, pretender Charles III of Spain, King of Spain from 1759 to 1788 Alfonso Carlos of Bourbon, Duke of San Jaime, pretender Juan Carlos I of Spain, King of Spain from 1975 to 2014 Infante Carlos, ...

                                               

Mark Richards

Mark Richards may refer to: Mark Richards jockey, 1990s UK and Irish based steeplechase rider in Triumph Hurdle Mark Richards rugby union born 1989, South African rugby union and international rugby sevens player Mark Richards surfer born 1957, A ...

                                               

James Crawford

James J. Crawford 1871–?, New York state senator James Sharman Crawford 1812–1878, Member of Parliament for County Down, 1874–1878 James Crawford Australian politician 1870–1916, barrister and member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly James C ...

                                               

105th Regiment of Foot (disambiguation)

Four regiments of the British Army have been numbered the 105th Regiment of Foot: 105th Regiment of Foot 1794, raised in 1794 and disbanded in 1795. 105th Regiment of Foot Madras Light Infantry, raised by the East India Company and placed on the ...

                                               

Duke of Buccleugh (1831 ship)

Duke of Buccleugh was an East Indiaman launched in 1831. She made one voyage for the British East India Company and then traded between England and India until she was lost in 1840. EIC voyage 1831–1832: The EIC chartered on 29 April 1831 for £8 ...

                                               

Sainte Therese

A saint named Therese or Teresa Therese of Lisieux 1873-1897 Marie Françoise-Therese Martin, Sainte Therese, Saint Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face, French catholic nun Therese Couderc 1805-1895 Marie-Victoire Couderc, Sainte Therese, ...

                                               

100th Regiment of Foot

100th Regiment of Foot may refer to regiments of the British Army: New South Wales Corps, renumbered from the 102nd in 1816 100th Prince of Waless Royal Canadian Regiment of Foot, raised in 1858 100th Regiment of Foot Loyal Lincolnshire Regiment, ...

                                               

Fort Dumoine

The Fort Dumoine was a trading post built under the French regime in New France and located at the confluence of the Dumoine River and the Ottawa River, northwest side. This location is now in South-East part of Zec Dumoine, in Pontiac Regional C ...

                                               

Thomas Clarkson (disambiguation)

Thomas Clarkson was an English abolitionist. Thomas Clarkson may also refer to: Thomas Clarkson Upper Canada 1800s–1874, Canadian businessman and founder of Clarkson Gordon Thomas W. Clarkson, heavy metals toxicologist Tom Clarkson Waterloo Road, ...

                                               

Harry Walker (disambiguation)

Harry Walker was an American baseball player, manager and coach. Harry Walker may also refer to: Harry Walker footballer 1916–1976, English football goalkeeper Harry Walker politician 1873–1950, company director and member of the Queensland Legis ...

                                               

James Reilly

James Reilly may refer to: Jim Reilly Gaelic footballer 1924–2013, Irish footballer James Reilly swimmer 1890–1962, American swimmer James W. Reilly 1828–1905, American Civil War general in the Union Army and Ohio state representative Jim Reilly ...

                                               

Isaac de Roever

Isaac de Roever was a Dutch politician, who served as acting governor-general of the Dutch Gold Coast between 28 April 1804 and 16 June 1805, and as mayor of Diemen.

                                               

The Nun

The Nun 2013 film, a 2013 French film The Nun 2005 film, a 2005 horror film directed by Luis De La Madrid The Nun 1966 film, a 1966 drama film directed by Jacques Rivette, based on the Diderot novel The Nun 2018 film, an American horror film and ...

                                               

French ship Bien-Aime

Bien Aime was a privateer that HMS Thames captured on 26 September 1760. Bien Aime was a privateer of four guns and 52 men that HMS Essex captured on 7 March 1762. Bien Aime was a privateer that on 4 June 1757 captured the English merchant vessel ...

                                               

Jacques François de Perusse des Cars

Jacques François de Perusse des Cars was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence.

                                               

Pondicherry (disambiguation)

Pondicherry, officially Puducherry, is a city in the Union Territory of Puducherry. Pondicherry may also refer to: Pondicherry taluk, in Pondicherry district Pondicherry district, a district of the Union Territory of Puducherry, containing the ci ...

                                               

Charles Burton

Charles Burton may refer to: Woody Burton Charles Burton, born 1945, member of the Indiana House of Representatives Charles Burton wrestler born 1973, American Olympic wrestler Charles Germman Burton 1846–1926, U.S. Representative from Missouri C ...

                                               

Patrick OBrien

Patrick OBrien may refer to: Patrick OBrien political scientist 1937–1998, politics professor, University of Western Australia Patrick OBrien Australian politician 1810–1882, politician in Victoria, Australia Patrick K. OBrien born 1932, British ...

                                               

95th Regiment of Foot

Six regiments of the British Army have been numbered the 95th Regiment of Foot: 1816–1818, 96th Regiment of Foot 1803 - Formed 1803, retitled 95th Regiment of Foot in 1816. Disbanded as 95th in 1818 1794–1796, 95th Regiment of Foot William Edmest ...

                                               

99th Regiment of Foot (disambiguation)

Six regiments of the British Army have been numbered the 99th Regiment of Foot: 99th Regiment of Foot 1760, raised in 1761 99th Duke of Edinburghs Lanarkshire Regiment of Foot, raised in 1824 99th Regiment of Foot Jamaica Regiment, raised in 1780 ...

                                               

Dennis Johnson (disambiguation)

Denis or Dennis Johnson may refer to: Dennis Johnson 1954–2007, basketball player Dennis Johnson defensive end born 1979, former American football defensive end for the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers Dennis Johnson defensive tackle 195 ...

                                               

Leandro Fernandez

Leandro Fernandez may refer to: Leandro Fernandez footballer, born 1995, Argentine footballer Leandro Fernandez historian 1889–1948, Filipino historian Leandro Fernandez footballer, born 1983, Argentine footballer Leandro Fernandez artist, comic ...

                                               

Jose Benitez

Jose de Guzman Benitez 1857–1921, 1901–1902 civilian government mayor of Ponce, Puerto Rico Jose J. Benitez Diaz 1866–1947, 1917–1924 Puerto Rican politician, from Luquillo, Puerto Rico Jose Benitez mayor c. 1760 – c. 1830, 1800 Spanish military ...

                                               

Michael Egan

Michael Egan may refer to: Michael Francis Egan 1761–1814, first Catholic bishop of Philadelphia Michael Egan author born 1941, scholar of literature Michael Egan playwright author of The Dominant Sex 1934 Michael Egan Wisconsin politician, state ...

                                               

Elizabeth Frances Dagley

Elizabeth Frances Dagley, sometimes publishing under her initials as E.F.D., was a Regency Era author of childrens literature. She was the daughter of the artist and educator Richard Dagley. Her writing, although for children, "articulates the pr ...

                                               

James Leach

James Leach may refer to: James Madison Leach 1815–1891, Democratic politician from North Carolina James Darrell Leach, former Canadian ambassador to Mexico James Dickson Leach 1912–1992, British businessman in Hong Kong James Thomas Leach 1805–1 ...

                                               

Order of Battle for the Battle of Bunker Hill

On June 13, 1775, the leaders of the colonial forces besieging Boston learned that the British were planning to send troops out from the city to fortify the unoccupied hills surrounding the city, which would give them control of Boston Harbor. In ...

                                               

104th Regiment of Foot (disambiguation)

Five regiments of the British Army have been numbered the 104th Regiment of Foot: 104th Regiment of Foot New Brunswick Regiment, raised in Canada and placed on the British establishment as the 104th Foot in 1810, but disbanded in 1817 104th Regim ...

                                               

Charles Byrne

Charles Byrne may refer to: Charlie Byrne baseball 1843–1898, original owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team Charles Byrne giant 1761–1783, also known as "The Irish Giant" Charles C. Byrne 1837–1921, brigadier general in the United States A ...

                                               

Thomas Montgomery

Thomas Montgomery may refer to: Thomas Harrison Montgomery 1830–1905, American businessman and historian Thomas Harrison Montgomery Jr. 1873–1912, American zoologist Thomas Lynch Montgomery 1862–1929, American librarian from Pennsylvania Thomas M ...

                                               

Edward Hay

Edward Hay may refer to: Edward N. Hay died 1958, businessman based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Edward Norman Hay 1889–1943, composer and musicologist Edward Hay County Wexford 1761–1826, author of a book on the Irish Rebellion of 1798 Edward H ...

                                               

Rendlesham (disambiguation)

Rendlesham is a village and civil parish near Woodbridge, Suffolk, United Kingdom. Rendlesham may also refer to: Baron Rendlesham, a title in the Peerage of Ireland Frederick Thellusson, 4th Baron Rendlesham 1798–1852, British politician Frederic ...

                                               

Oakhill (disambiguation)

Oakhill is a village in Somerset, England. Oakhill may also refer to: Oakhill College, Whalley, rural Lancashire, England Oakhill Group Plc, an Irish printing and services company Oakhill Christian School, Janesville, Wisconsin, United States Oak ...

                                               

Montreal (disambiguation)

Montreal River Wisconsin-Michigan Montreal, Wisconsin Montreal River Michigan Montreal, Missouri

                                               

Andrew Douglas

Andrew Douglas may refer to: Andrew Snape Douglas 1761–1797, Scottish sea captain in the Royal Navy Andrew Douglas squash player born 1998, American squash player Andrew Halliday Douglas 1819–1908, Scottish physician Andy Douglas born 1978, retir ...

                                               

George Baird

George Baird may refer to: George Baird architect born 1939, Canadian architect George M. Baird 1839–?, New York politician George Frederick Baird 1851–1899, Canadian politician and lawyer George Thomas Baird 1847–1917, Canadian politician George ...

                                               

Lord of Casa Rubianes

Lord of Casa Rubianes is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain accompanied by the dignity of Grandee, granted in 1761 by Charles III to Rodrigo Antonio de Mendoza y Caamaño, descendant of the original Lords of Rubianes.

                                               

Mohammed Said

Mohammad Said bin Yusof, Malaysian politician Muhammad Ali, Prince of Said, Egyptian prince Yirmisekizzade Mehmed Said Pasha died 1761, Ottoman grand vizier Mohammed Said Bareh, Eritrean politician Muhammad Said al-Attar, a former acting Prime Mi ...