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Portneuf (Province of Canada electoral district)

Portneuf was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of the Parliament of the Province of Canada, in Canada East, immediately west of Quebec City. It was created in 1841 and was based on the previous electoral district of the same name ...

                                               

Kamouraska (Province of Canada electoral district)

Kamouraska was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of the Parliament of the Province of Canada, in Canada East, in a rural area in the Gaspe region. It was created in 1841 and was based on the previous electoral district of the same ...

                                               

Elizabeth Lichtenstein Johnston

Elizabeth Lichtenstein Johnston was an American known for writing about her experiences of living in the colony of Georgia during the American Revolutionary War.

                                               

Vercheres (Province of Canada electoral district)

Vercheres was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of the Parliament of the Province of Canada, in Canada East, primarily south of Montreal. It was created in 1841, based on the previous electoral district of the same name for the Le ...

                                               

Gaspe (Province of Canada electoral district)

Gaspe was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of the Parliament of the Province of Canada, in Canada East. Located on the Gaspe Peninsula, it was created in 1841, based on the previous electoral district of the same name for the Leg ...

                                               

Montmorency (Province of Canada electoral district)

Montmorency was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of the Parliament of the Province of Canada, in Canada East, near Quebec City. It was created in 1841 by the merger of two electoral districts from the former Legislative Assembly ...

                                               

Graham Moore

Graham Moore may refer to: Sir Graham Moore Islands Western Australia Graham Moore Royal Navy officer 1764–1843, Royal Navy admiral Cape Graham Moore, an uninhabited headland on Bylot Island in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of Nunavut, Canada Sir Graham ...

                                               

Hari Singh (disambiguation)

Hari Singh was a ruler princely state of Jammu and Kashmir, at the time of Indian independence. Hari Singh may also refer to: Hari Singh administrator 1910–2003, Inspector General of Forests of India in the 1960s Hari Singh athlete born 1961, for ...

                                               

William Plunkett

William Plunkett may refer to: Billy Plunkett 1914–1960, Australian rules footballer for Geelong William C. Plunkett, former Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts 1854-55 William Plunkett highwayman, 18th-century British highwayman and associate o ...

                                               

Edward Livingston (disambiguation)

Edward Livingston was an American who served as the U.S. Secretary of State, U.S. Minister to France, U.S. Senator, U.S. Representative, Mayor of New York City. Edward Livingston may also refer to: Edward Livingston speaker 1796–1840, American wh ...

                                               

Azim ud-Din

Azim ud-Din is the proper and regnal name of the sultan of Sulu, a constitutional and "defunct" sultanate in the province of Sulu, southern Philippines. In history, there are three sultans that possessed the name, the fourth one is a pretender of ...

                                               

Jan Wilhelm Hiz

He was the son of Wilhelm Hiz, the secretary in the office managing royal goods kamera of kings Jan III Sobieski, August II and August III; and Franciszka de Loupi; grandson of Jan Hiz, a treasurer in the service of Maria Kazimiera Sobieska. He h ...

                                               

Alexander Allan

Alexander Allan or Allen may refer to: Alex Allan footballer, Scottish footballer Alexander Allen stylist active since 2001, American stylist Alexander Allan locomotive engineer 1809–1891, Scottish engineer Alex Allan rugby union born 1992, Scotl ...

                                               

Alex Kennedy

Alex or Alec or Alexander Kennedy may refer to: Alex Kennedy British Army soldier, youngest British soldier to receive the Military Cross since 1945 Alexander Kennedy martyr died 1539, Scottish martyr Alex Kennedy racing driver born 1992, America ...

                                               

John Dick

John Dick may refer to: John Dick judge 1788–1824, United States federal judge John Edgar Dick born 1954, Canadian scientist John Dick rugby union 1912–2002, New Zealand rugby union player John Dick footballer, born 1930 1930–2000, footballer for ...

                                               

Edward Simpson

Edward Simpson may refer to: Edward B. Simpson 1835–1915, Wisconsin politician Edward Simpson forger 1815–?, British geologist and forger Sir Edward Simpson MP, British MP for Dover, 1759–1765 Edward Sydney Simpson 1875–1939, Australian mineralog ...

                                               

Walter Martin

Walter Martin may refer to: Gen. Walter Martin House, a historic home located at Martinsburg in Lewis County, New York General Walter Martin 1764-1834, founder of Martinsburg, New York Walter Martin, half of artists Martin & Muñoz Walter Martin r ...

                                               

Johann Daniel Wilhelm Hartmann

Johann Daniel Wilhelm Hartmann was a Swiss painter, engraver and malacologist. He was the son of Georg Leonhard Hartmann, who was also a painter. After training in fine arts with his father in Zurich, Munich and Bern, he worked in St. Gallen from ...

                                               

George Nelson

George Nelson may refer to: George Nelson 1905–1981, 8th Earl Nelson George Nelson Alamo defender George Nelson footballer 1919–1981, Australian footballer for Collingwood and Richmond George Nelson trade unionist 1868-1928, British trade unionis ...

                                               

Sailor King

Sailor King may refer to several European monarchs: George VI 1895–1952, King of the United Kingdom Harald V of Norway born 1937, King of Norway William IV of the United Kingdom 1765–1837, King of the United Kingdom George V 1865–1936, King of th ...

                                               

Szlomo Zalman Lipszyc

Szlomo Zalman Lipszyc, also known as Salomon Zalman Pozner as well as the Chemdas Shlomo from the title of the works he authored, was a prominent Orthodox rabbi, and first Chief Rabbi of Warsaw. He studied Torah in his hometown of Poznan until 18 ...

                                               

Senator Kerr

Senator Kerr may refer to: United States Senators Robert S. Kerr 1896–1963, U.S. Senator from Oklahoma from 1949 to 1963 Joseph Kerr 1765–1837, U.S. Senator from Ohio from 1814 to 1815 U.S. state senate members Lucien H. Kerr 1831–1873, Illinois ...

                                               

John Kershaw

John or Jack Kershaw may refer to: John Kershaw American politician 1765–1829, U.S. Representative from South Carolina. Jack Kershaw footballer active 1919–1928, English-born player moved to America John Kershaw writer active 1964–1994, British s ...

                                               

Henry Montgomery

Henry Montgomery may refer to: Sir Henry Conyngham Montgomery, 1765–1830, Member of Parliament for Mitchell, 1807; Donegal, 1808–1812; and Yarmouth, 1812–1816 Henry Montgomery Liberal politician 1863–1951, Member of Parliament for Bridgwater, 190 ...

                                               

Fulton Ferry

Fulton Ferry may refer to: Fulton Ferry ferry, a former ferry connecting Manhattans and Brooklyns Fulton Streets Fulton Ferry Company, which operated the Fulton Ferry Fulton Slip, Manhattan, the former ferry landing in Manhattan, now part of the ...

                                               

Hugh Lindsay

Hugh Lindsay may refer to: SS Hugh Lindsay, part of the Bombay Marine, a paddle sloop which carried mail between Bombay and Suez from 1830 onward Hugh Lindsay footballer born 1938, English amateur footballer who played for Southampton and appeare ...

                                               

Sunbury

Sunbury County, Nova Scotia 1765-1784, ceased to exist when the province of New Brunswick was created Sunbury County, New Brunswick Sunbury, Ontario, a community within South Frontenac Township

                                               

François-Joseph-Hippolyte Bide de Maurville

Maurville was born to Marie Anne de Brach and Hippolyte Bernard Bide de Maurville, an admiral in the French Navy, and brother to Charles-Alexandre de Maurville de Langle. Maurville joined the Navy as a Garde-Marine on 25 April 1757. he served on ...

                                               

Lacombe

Lacombe County, a municipal district in Alberta, Canada Lacombe, Louisiana, United States Lacombe, Aude, a commune of the Aude departement in France Lacombe, Alberta, a city in Canada

                                               

Thomas Casey (Kilmallock MP)

Thomas Casey was an Irish politician and barrister who was a Member of Parliament for Kilmallock in the Irish House of Commons from 1800–1801. From 1808 to 1824, he served as Barrister-Magistrate at Marlborough Street. Casey was the only son of T ...

                                               

Robert Fulton (disambiguation)

Robert Fulton was an American inventor. Robert Fulton may also refer to: Bertie Fulton Robert Patrick Fulton, 1906–1979, amateur footballer from Northern Ireland Bob Fulton born 1947, Australian rugby league player Bobby Fulton born 1960, America ...

                                               

Robert Dickson

Robert Dickson may refer to: Bob Dickson born 1944, American golfer Bobby Dickson born 1955, Scottish former footballer Temple Dickson Robert Temple Dickson III, 1934–2006, lawyer, rancher and politician in Texas Robert Dickson Upper Canada polit ...

                                               

Duvernoy

Duvernoy is a family name of French origins. It may refer to: Victor Alphonse Duvernoy 1842–1907, French pianist and composer; brother of Edmond Duvernoy Charles-François Duvernoy 1796–1872, French opera singer; brother of Henri and Frederic Duve ...

                                               

Purpuric acid

Purpuric acid is a nitrogenous acid. Molecular weight: 276.16 CAS Number: 121-08-4 Molecular formula: C 8 H 5 N 5 O 6 Purpuric acid is a nitrogenous acid related to barbituric acid that yields alloxan and uramil on hydrolysis and is known especia ...

                                               

Minihi

Minihi is a Breton term meaning a sacred space. Its etymology is Latin, being derived from the term monachia, meaning "monastic territory".

                                               

Tiffin (disambiguation)

Edward Tiffin 1766 – 1829, the first Governor of Ohio Charles Tiffin, architect Pamela Tiffin born 1942, American actress Jock Tiffin 1896 – 1966, General Secretary of the British Transport and General Workers Union TGWU Annabel Tiffin, presenter ...

                                               

Richard Ryder

Richard Ryder may refer to: Richard Ryder actor 1942–1995, actor who guest starred in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and other television shows and movies Richard Ryder politician, born 1766 1766–1832, British politician Richard Ryder, Baron Ryder of ...

                                               

Jean-Pierre

Jean-Pierre, Count of Montalivet 1766–1823, French statesman and Peer of France Eugenia Pierre better known as Jean Pierre, 1944-2002, Trinidadian netballer and parliamentarian

                                               

Jeremiah Johnson

Jeremiah Johnson may refer to: Liver-Eating Johnson 1824–1900, mountain man of the American old west Jeremiah Johnson mayor 1766–1852, mayor of Brooklyn, New York Jeremiah Johnson blues musician born 1972, American blues singer, guitarist and son ...

                                               

William Hope

William Hope may refer to: William Hope actor born 1955, Canadian actor William Hope Hodgson 1877–1918, English author of horror, fantastic fiction and science fiction William Johnstone Hope 1766–1831, prominent and controversial British Royal Na ...

                                               

Charles Mackintosh

Charles Mackintosh may refer to: Charles Henry Mackintosh 1820–1896, Irish Christian preacher Charles McIntosh 1892 - 1970, Saskatchewan politician Charles Herbert Mackintosh 1843–1931, Canadian politician Charles Rennie Mackintosh 1868–1928, Sco ...

                                               

Lady Stanley

Lady Stanley may refer to: Joan Stanley, Baroness Stanley, wife of Thomas Stanley, 1st Baron Stanley any Baroness Stanley of Alderley, but most commonly to Henrietta Stanley, Baroness Stanley of Alderley 1807–1895, campaigner for womens education ...

                                               

McGavock

Jacob McGavock Dickinson 1851–1928, United States Secretary of War from 1909 to 1911. Randal McGavock 1766–1843, Mayor of Nashville, Tennessee from 1824 to 1825 Randal William McGavock 1826–1863, Southern planter, Mayor of Nashville, Tennessee fr ...

                                               

Bretagne

Dol-de-Bretagne, a commune in the Ille-et-Vilaine department Bretagne-dArmagnac, a commune in the Gers department Bretagne, Indre, a French village in the Indre department Brittany, the historic province in northwestern France called Bretagne in ...

                                               

Beaumont le Maitre

Beaumont le Maitre was a French Navy officer. He fought in the Indian Ocean under Suffren during the War of American Independence, notably captaining the 64-gun Ajax at the Battle of Trincomalee from 25 August to 3 September 1782 and Saint Michel ...

                                               

Serbian Patriarchate

Serbian Patriarchate may refer to: Serbian Patriarchate of Sremski Karlovci, particular Serbian Patriarchate in Habsburg Monarchy with patriarchal seat in the city of Sremski Karlovci, from 1848 to 1920 Serbian Orthodox Church 1920–present, moder ...

                                               

Mary Byrne

Mary Byrne may refer to: Mary Green painter 1766–1845, British painter born Mary Byrne Mary Martha Byrne born 1969, American actress Mary Byrne mayor 1917–2004, mayor of Galway Mary Freeman Byrne 1886–1961, American author Mary Rose Byrne born 19 ...

                                               

Robert Gillespie (disambiguation)

Robert Gillespie is a French-born British actor. Robert, Bob or Bobby Gillespie may also refer to: Rollo Gillespie 1766–1814, officer of the Irish Dragoons Robert Gillespie Scottish footballer 1901–1960, Queens Park FC and Scotland player Robert ...

                                               

Gerhard Munthe (cartographer)

He was born to Major Hartvig Kaas Munthe 1766–1830 and his wife, Bolette Christine, nee Pavels 1774–1861, the daughter of a minister. He began attending the war school in Christiania Oslo in 1807 and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in 181 ...

                                               

Andrew Fletcher

Andrew Fletcher may refer to: Andrew Fletcher, Lord Milton 1692–1766, Scottish judge and Lord Justice Clerk, nephew of the above Andrew Fletcher cricketer born 1993, New Zealand cricketer Andy Fletcher umpire born 1966, American baseball umpire A ...