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Spencer Creek

Spencer Creek may refer to: Spencer Creek Lake of the Ozarks, a stream in Missouri Spencer Creek Ontario, a stream in Canada Spencer Creek Dardenne Creek, a stream in Missouri Spencer Creek South Branch French Creek tributary, a stream in Erie Co ...

                                               

Governor Allen

Governor Allen may refer to: George Allen American politician born 1952, Governor of Virginia Henry Justin Allen 1868–1950, Governor of Kansas William Allen governor 1803–1879, Governor of Ohio Frank G. Allen 1874–1950, Governor of Massachusetts ...

                                               

Rai Ahmad Khan Kharal

Rai Ahmad Khan Kharal, also called Amo Kharal was a Punjabi freedom activist and folk hero, who fought against the British Raj in the Indian Rebellion of 1857.

                                               

Louis de Malet de Puyvallier

Louis de Malet de Puyvallier was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence.

                                               

William Aitken

William Aitken may refer to: William McKay Aitken born 1934, Scottish-born writer and traveller, long a citizen and resident of India William Aitken politician 1905–1964, journalist and politician William Aitken pathologist 1825–1892, Scottish pa ...

                                               

Marble Palace (disambiguation)

Marble Palace may refer to: Marble Palace Tehran, a royal residence in Iran Marmorpalais, or "Marble Palace", an 18th-century royal residence in Potsdam, Germany 280 Broadway, also known also as the Marble Palace, the A.T. Stewart Company Store, ...

                                               

Walter Gilbert (disambiguation)

Walter Gilbert is an American scientist and Nobel laureate. Walter Gilbert may also refer to: Walter Gilbert sculptor 1871–1946, English sculptor Wally Gilbert, American athlete in baseball, football and basketball Walter Gilbert cricketer 1853–1 ...

                                               

Buk (disambiguation)

Būk, a village in Iran Buk Peerov District, a village and municipality in the Czech Republic Buk, a village in Hungary Paranesti, a village in Greece formerly called Buk Buk District disambiguation, several districts in Korea Buk, Bulgaria, a vil ...

                                               

Elizabeth Patterson

Elizabeth Patterson may refer to: Beth Patterson, Irish musician Elizabeth Patterson actress 1874–1966, American actress Elizabeth Patterson, mayor of Benicia, California Elizabeth Patterson artist born 1954, American artist Liz J. Patterson born ...

                                               

Caucasus (disambiguation)

Caucasus Mountains, a mountain range in the region Greater Caucasus, the major mountain range of the Caucasus Mountains Lesser Caucasus, second of the two main mountain ranges of Caucasus mountains

                                               

John McKinney

John McKinney is the name of: John McKinney Florida judge, United States federal judge John McKinney Michigan politician, Michigan Secretary of State and Treasurer John P. McKinney, Connecticut State Senator John R. McKinney 1921–1997, Medal of H ...

                                               

1st New Brunswick general election

1st New Brunswick general election may refer to: the 1866 New Brunswick general election, the 21st general election to take place in the Colony of New Brunswick, for the 21st New Brunswick Legislative Assembly, but considered the 1st general elec ...

                                               

Ruter (disambiguation)

Ruter may refer to: In companies Ruter, Norwegian public transport authority In people Martin Ruter 1785 - 1838, American minister, missionary and educator Gaston Ruter 1898 – 1979, French entomologist Rebecca Ruter Springer 1832 – 1904, American ...

                                               

Mount Vernon (disambiguation)

Mount Vernon station Iowa, in Mount Vernon, Iowa Skagit Transportation Center in Mount Vernon, Washington. Mount Vernon railway station, Glasgow, Scotland Mount Vernon North railway station, Glasgow, Scotland Mount Vernon East station, Mount Vern ...

                                               

Robert Buchanan

Robert Buchanan may refer to: Robert Buchanan footballer, born 1887 1887–?, Scottish footballer Robert Buchanan Owenite 1813–1866, Scottish socialist writer, lecturer and journalist Robert Buchanan minister 1802–1875, Moderator of the General Ass ...

                                               

David Ogilvy

David Ogilvy may refer to: David Ogilvy cricketer 1859–1917, Australian cricketer David Ogilvy, 10th Earl of Airlie 1826–1881, his son, Scottish representative peer David Ogilvy lawyer 1804–1871, first president of the Law Institute of Victoria D ...

                                               

James Noble

James Noble may refer to: James Noble clergyman c. 1876-1941, Australian missionary James Campbell Noble 1846–1913, Scottish painter James Noble senator 1785–1831, U.S. Senator from Indiana James Noble motocross, British motocross racer in 2008 F ...

                                               

Miguel Gomez

Miguel Gomez is the name of: Miguel Gomez Bao 1894-1961, Spanish / Argentine actor. Miguel Gomez photographer born 1974, Colombian / American photographer. Miguel Angel Gomez Martinez born 1949, Spanish conductor. Miguel Angel Gomez graphic desig ...

                                               

John Bishop (disambiguation)

John Bishop is an English comedian. John Bishop may also refer to: John Bishop screenwriter 1929–2006, Broadway playwright and director and Hollywood screenwriter John Melville Bishop born 1946, American documentary filmmaker John Bishop editor, ...

                                               

Redcliffe

Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site, listed on the NRHP in South Carolina

                                               

Samuel Cook

Samuel Cook may refer to: Samuel A. Cook 1849–1918, U.S. Representative from Wisconsin Samuel Cook artist 1806–1859, English watercolour painter Samuel Cook Chartist 1786–1861 Samuel DuBois Cook 1928–2017, political scientist and professor Samuel ...

                                               

Joachim (disambiguation)

St. Joachim of Ithaca 1786–1868 Joachim surname, a surname ultimately derived from the Biblical king Jehoiakim Joachim given name, a masculine given name of Hebrew origin Patriarch Joachim, the name of several patriarchs

                                               

George Goodwin

George Goodwin may refer to: George Goodwin actor in The Pauper Millionaire George B. Goodwin 1834–1886, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly George Goodwin cricketer 1898–?, English cricketer George Goodwin journalist 1917–2015, American journ ...

                                               

Albuera (ship)

Several ships have been named Albuera, originally for the Battle of Albuera: Albuera 1874 ship, of 655 GRT, was built by J.Hillis at Bridgetown, Nova Scotia. She was wrecked in 1888. Albuera 1854 ship was launched at Moulmain British Burma, in 18 ...

                                               

Giornale delle Dame e delle Mode di Francia

Giornale delle Dame e delle Mode di Francia, was an Italian fashion magazine, published between 1786 and 1794. It is recognized to be one of the first fashion magazines in the world. The magazine was preceded by the Cabinet des Modes, which becam ...

                                               

Toyokuni

Toyokuni may refer to: Utagawa Toyokuni II 1777–1835, designer of ukiyo-e Japanese woodblock prints, also known as Toyoshige Utagawa Toyokuni 1769–1825, designer of ukiyo-e Japanese woodblock prints Toyokuni Susumu born 1937, Japanese sumo wrestl ...

                                               

John Steel

John Steel may refer to: John R. Steel born 1948, American mathematician at University of California, Berkeley John Steel Canadian politician died 1826, politician in Lower Canada John Miles Steel 1877–1965, first Commander-in-Chief of the RAFs B ...

                                               

Alexander Hutchison

Alexander Hutchison may refer to: Alexander Hutchison 1838–1908, Australian politician, member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for Glen Innes 1889–1894 Alexander Richard Hamilton Hutchison 1871–1930, British general Alexander Hutchiso ...

                                               

Charles Duncan

Charles Duncan may refer to: Charles Duncan politician 1865–1933, British Labour Party politician and trade unionist, MP for Barrow-in-Furness and for Clay Cross Charles T. Duncan 1838–1915, Virginia lawyer and state judge Charles Duncan artist 1 ...

                                               

Joseph Russell (disambiguation)

Joseph Russell was a U.S. Representative from New York. Joseph Russell may also refer to: Joe Russell footballer 1898–1976, Australian football player Joseph Russell shipbuilder 1786–1855, Scottish-Canadian businessman Joseph E. Russell 1864–1940 ...

                                               

Edward Cox

Edward Cox may refer to: Edward King Cox 1829–1883, Australian politician Sir Owen Cox Edward Owen Cox, 1866–1932, Welsh-born Australian businessman and politician Edward Cox canoeist born 1985, British sprint canoeist Edward William Cox 1809–187 ...

                                               

Tunga

Talknafjordur, a town formerly called Tunga, in Iceland The Gaelic name for the village of Tongue, Highland, in the northwest of Scotland Tunga Spur, a rock formation in Antarctica The Gaelic name for the village of Tong, Lewis, in the Western Is ...

                                               

Africaine (ship)

Several vessels have been named Africaine: USS Herald was built at Newburyport, Massachusetts, possibly in 1797. The US Navy purchased her in 1798, and sold her in 1801. She became the French 20-gun privateer corvette Africaine. In 1804 a British ...

                                               

Samuel Perry (disambiguation)

Samuel Perry was a Labour Co-operative politician in the United Kingdom. Samuel or Sam Perry may also refer to: Samuel Marshall Perry 1836–1898, early Los Angeles councilman Samuel Victor Perry 1918–2009, English biochemist Sam Perry composer 188 ...

                                               

1968 South Dakota gubernatorial election

The 1968 South Dakota gubernatorial election was held on November 5, 1968. Incumbent Republican Governor Nils Boe did not stand for re-election. Republican nominee Frank Farrar defeated Democratic nominee Robert Chamberlin with 57.65% of the vote.

                                               

1966 South Dakota gubernatorial election

The 1966 South Dakota gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1966. Incumbent Republican Governor Nils Boe defeated Democratic nominee Robert Chamberlin with 57.71% of the vote.

                                               

1962 South Dakota gubernatorial election

The 1962 South Dakota gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1962. Incumbent Republican Governor Archie M. Gubbrud defeated Democratic nominee Ralph Herseth with 56.10% of the vote.

                                               

1970 South Dakota gubernatorial election

The 1970 South Dakota gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1970. Incumbent Republican Governor Frank Farrar was defeated by Democratic nominee Richard F. Kneip who won 54.85% of the vote.

                                               

1964 South Dakota gubernatorial election

The 1964 South Dakota gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1964. Incumbent Republican Governor Archie M. Gubbrud did not run for re-election. Republican nominee Nils Boe defeated Democratic nominee John F. Lindley with 51.68% of the vote.

                                               

Mary Thomas

Mary Thomas may refer to: Mary Thomas labor leader, one of the leaders of the 1878 "Fireburn" labor riot on St. Croix Mary Thomas poet 1787–1875, diarist, poet and early settler of South Australia Mary Thomas politician 1944–2014, American Pima p ...

                                               

Thomas Goode

Thomas Goode is the name of: Tom Goode politician 1902–1983, Canadian politician Tom Goode 1938–2015, American football player Thomas Goode academic 1609–1678, English academic administrator and clergyman Thomas Goode pastoralist 1835–1926, pasto ...

                                               

Bill Williams

Bill Williams actor 1915–1992, American film actor Bill Williams game designer 1960–1998, designer and programmer of Atari 8-bit family and Amiga computer games

                                               

Steinfeld

Steinfeld, South Australia, also known as Stonefield

                                               

Belvedere (1787 EIC ship)

Belvedere was launched in 1787 at Itchenor. She made six voyages for the British East India Company. She then briefly sailed as a West Indiaman. She was broken up by 1805.

                                               

Keying

Keying may refer to: Keying electrical connector, used by electrical connectors to prevent mating in incorrect orientation Keying graphics, a technique for compositing two full frame images together Keying official 1787–1858, a Manchu statesman d ...

                                               

Franklin College

Franklin College may refer to: in Switzerland Franklin University Switzerland formerly known as Franklin College Switzerland in the United Kingdom Franklin College, Grimsby, England in the United States Franklin College New Athens, Ohio, Harrison ...

                                               

William Hayward

William Hayward may refer to: William C. Hayward 1847–1917, American politician William Hayward Pickering 1910–2004, New Zealand rocket scientist William Hayward Australian cricketer born 1930, Australian cricketer William S. Hayward 1835–1900, b ...

                                               

Troubridge

Ernest Troubridge 1862–1926, British First World War admiral Sir Edward Troubridge, 2nd Baronet c. 1787–1852, British naval commander and politician Thomas Troubridge disambiguation Amelia Troubridge born 1974, British photographer Lady Laura Tro ...

                                               

Lyde

Lyde may refer to: River Lyde, Buckinghamshire, river in Buckinghamshire and tributary of the River Thames Lyde Baronets, of Ayot St Lawrence in the County of Hertford, title in the Baronetage of Great Britain Samuel Lyde 1825–1860, British missi ...

                                               

Constitutional convention

Constitutional convention may refer to: Constitutional convention political meeting, a meeting of delegates to adopt a new constitution or revise an existing constitution Constitutional convention political custom, an informal and uncodified proc ...