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Thomas Douglas

Thomas Douglas may refer to: Thomas Douglas American judge 1790–1855, Florida Supreme Court justice Tom Douglas songwriter, American songwriter Tommy Douglas clarinetist 1911–1965, American jazz clarinetist Thomas Monteath Douglas 1787–1868, offi ...

                                               

Henry Davis

Henry Davis may refer to: Henry Davis cleric 1771–1852, Christian cleric Henry Davis cricketer 1803–1848, English cricketer Henry Davis American football 1942–2000, American football player Henry William Banks Davis 1833–1914, English painter Hen ...

                                               

Beirne

Beirne may refer to: Places: Beirne, Arkansas, unincorporated community in southern Clark County, Arkansas, United States Surname: Logan Beirne, American entrepreneur, writer, and academic Brian Beirne born 1946, radio DJ for KRTH-FM aka K-EARTH ...

                                               

Jean-Baptiste de Macarty Macteigue

Macarty Macteigue joined the Navy as a Garde-Marine in August 1754. He was promoted to Lieutenant on 13 November 1771. In 1779, Macarty Macteigue was second officer on Fendant, flagship of Vaudreuils division in the squadron sent as reinforcement ...

                                               

The Great Unknown

The Great Unknown or Great Unknown may refer to: The Great Unknown, a force venerated by some of the Factions in Dungeons and Dragons Sir Walter Scott 1771–1832, British poet and novelist, was known by this name "The Great Unknown", a Rugrats epi ...

                                               

Bob Lambert

Bob or Robert Lambert may refer to: Bob Lambert cricketer 1874–1956, Irish cricketer Bob Lambert executive c. 1957–2012, American media executive Robert Lambert speedway rider born 1998, British speedway rider Bob Lambert undercover police office ...

                                               

David Burke

David Burke British actor born 1934, British television actor David Burke American actor born 1967, American television actor David J. Burke born 1948, producer, screenwriter and film and television director David Burke, author of a book on Melit ...

                                               

John McKenna (disambiguation)

John McKenna American football 1914–2007, American football player, coach, and administrator John McKenna hurler born 1938, Irish hurler Johnny McKenna 1926–1980, Irish footballer John McKenna footballer 1882–?, English footballer who played as a ...

                                               

Edward Jordan

Edward or Eddie Jordan may refer to: Edward Jordan American lawyer 1820–1899, Solicitor of the United States Treasury Eddie Jordan attorney born 1952, former District Attorney for Orleans Parish including the city of New Orleans, Louisiana Edward ...

                                               

Heaviside (disambiguation)

Heaviside condition Heaviside layer or Kennelly–Heaviside layer Heaviside cover-up method Heaviside step function Heavisides dolphin, named in honour of 19th-century mariner Captain Haviside also spelled Heaviside Heaviside Martian crater Heavisi ...

                                               

Bramble (disambiguation)

Bramble Cay, Australia Bramble Bank, a sandbank in the Solent notable for an annual cricket match played during low tides Bramble, Minnesota, United States, an unincorporated community Bramble Peak, Victoria Land, Antarctica Bramble, Indiana, Uni ...

                                               

Morning Post (disambiguation)

The Morning Post was a conservative daily newspaper published in London from 1772 to 1937. Morning Post may also refer to: Shanghai Morning Post, a Chinese-language tabloid newspaper Sunday Morning Post, the Sunday version of South China Morning ...

                                               

Kingdom of Mankera

The Kingdom of Mankhera, also known as Mankhera or Leah and Bukkar, was a powerful Indian State that arose under the declining influence of the Mughal Empire and Durrani Empire. Initially the rulers of Mankera were governors of the Sindh Sagar Do ...

                                               

Zoll

Zoll may refer to: Zoll, abbreviation for the German Bundeszollverwaltung Federal Customs Service Zoll, German unit of length, ​ 1 ⁄ 12 of a FuS, similar to the Imperial Inch

                                               

Francis Douglas

Francis Douglas may refer to: Francis Douglas, 1st Baron Douglas of Barloch 1889–1980, MP from Battersea North and Governor of Malta Francis Brown Douglas 1814–1885, Scottish advocate Francis Douglas, 8th Earl of Wemyss 1772–1853, Scottish peer L ...

                                               

Joseph Lanzedelly the Elder

He was born in Cortina dAmpezzo now in northern Italy, the son of a watchmaker. He studied at the Venice Academy of Fine Arts, and from 1806 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. He became interested in lithography soon after the invention of th ...

                                               

Nathaniel Atcheson

Nathaniel Atcheson was an English ship-owner who was appointed secretary to a Committee of London shipowners and the Society of Ship-Owners of Great Britain with whom the London Committee was associated. Atcheson formed the London Pitt Club in 17 ...

                                               

Joseph Pease

Joseph Pease may refer to: Jack Pease, 1st Baron Gainford Joseph Albert Pease, 1860–1943, son of Joseph Whitwell Pease Joseph Pease, 2nd Baron Gainford 1889–1971, only son of the above Sir Joseph Pease, 1st Baronet 1828–1903, MP 1865–1903, full n ...

                                               

William Street

William Street Historic District, in Massachusetts William Street, Brisbane in Queensland, Australia William Street, Sydney, Australia William Street Carson City in Carson City, Nevada, USA William Street, Limerick in Limerick, Ireland William St ...

                                               

Pila (disambiguation)

Pila is a town in Greater Poland Voivodeship, west Poland, known as Schneidemuhl from 1772 to 1945 while under Prussian or German rule. Pila may also refer to the following places in Poland: Pila, Pleszew County in Greater Poland Voivodeship west ...

                                               

Cyrillization of Polish

The Cyrillization of Polish has been practised in many forms and began in the mid-19th century in the Russian Empire. Between 1772 and 1815, the Russian Empire seized about four fifths of Poland-Lithuania, where Polish was the leading official la ...

                                               

Robert Stephenson (disambiguation)

Robert Stephenson was a railway engineer. Robert Stephenson is also the name of: Robert Donston Stephenson 1841–1916, writer and journalist Bob Stephenson ice hockey born 1954, retired Canadian ice hockey right winger Len Stephenson Robert Leonar ...

                                               

Mark Hill

Mark or Marc Hill may refer to: Mark Langdon Hill 1772–1842, United States Representative from Massachusetts and from Maine Mark Hill cricketer born 1964, Australian cricketer Mark Hill English footballer born 1961, English football player Maidst ...

                                               

William Rhodes

William "Billy" Rhodes rugby league, English rugby league footballer who played in the 1910s and 1920s, and coached in the 1920s through to the 1950s William Rhodes American football Billy 1869–1914, American football player and coach William Rho ...

                                               

Henry Hunt

Henry Hunt may refer to: Henry Thomas Hunt 1878–1956, mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio, 1912–1913 Henry Clinton Hunt 1840–1908, American politician Henry Jackson Hunt 1819–1889, American Civil War general Henry Hunt police officer 1918–2008, British pol ...

                                               

William Henry Harrison (disambiguation)

William Henry Harrison was the 9th President of the United States. William Henry Harrison may also refer to: William Henry Harrison cricketer 1866–1936, English cricketer William Henry Harrison New Zealand politician 1831–1879 William Henry Harri ...

                                               

CMMC

The abbreviation CMMC stands for Comite des Constructeurs du Marche Commun, predecessor European automobil manufactures association Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Central Mississippi Medical Center Centre for Molecular Medicine Cologn ...

                                               

William Beatty

William Beatty may refer to: Sir William Beatty surgeon 1773–1842, Irish surgeon in the Royal Navy William H. Beatty 1838–1914, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of California William Louis Beatty 1925–2001, U.S. federal judge William Bea ...

                                               

Monteverde (disambiguation)

Chile Monte Verde, an archaeological site Costa Rica Monteverde, a small town in the Province of Puntarenas known for the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve Serpentario de Monteverde Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve Monteverde Theme Park Italy Montev ...

                                               

Ettore Borgia

Ettore Borgia, son of Camillo Borgia and Adelaide Quainson or Quenson, belonged to the noble Borgia family of Velletri. In 1812, when he was ten years old, he had to move, by order of the French authorities, to the military college of La Fleche i ...

                                               

Rolando

Rolando, a 2008 puzzle-adventure video game "Rolando", a song by Roland Kirk from the album Domino Rolando 2: Quest for the Golden Orchid, a 2009 puzzle-adventure video game

                                               

Unterberg

a place in Kwidzyn German: Marienwerder, Poland, Voivodship of Pommern

                                               

John Rowan

John Rowan may refer to: John Rowan Kentucky 1773–1843, politician and jurist from the U.S. state of Kentucky John M. Rowan 1829–?, politician from the U.S. state of Virginia John Rowan footballer 1890-1963, Scottish footballer John Rowan New Yor ...

                                               

H5

Haplogroup H5 mtDNA, a genetics subgroup ATC code H05 Calcium homeostasis, a subgroup of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System Histone H5, a histone similar to Histone H1 Influenza A virus subtype H5 disambiguation, all A type ...

                                               

Nathan Williams

Nathan Williams may refer to: Nathan Hale Williams born 1976, American film and television producer Nathan Williams EastEnders, character from the British soap opera EastEnders Nathan Williams Magazine Editor, founder and editor-in-chief of Magaz ...

                                               

James Lawrence (disambiguation)

James Lawrence was an American naval officer. James Lawrence may also refer to: James E. Lawrence 1882–1941, American football player Sir James Lawrence, 1st Baronet 1820–1897, British Member of Parliament for Lambeth, 1865 and 1868–1885 James H. ...

                                               

William Coghill

William Coghill was a pioneer pastoralist and Squatter of the Port Phillip District in 1837. Coghill was born in Scotland in 1774, and arrived in New South Wales on board the Mangles in 1824. William and his brother John were both retired Master ...

                                               

Joseph Hamilton

Joseph or Joe Hamilton may refer to: Joseph Hamilton goalball born 1978, American goalball player Joey Hamilton born 1970, baseball player Joseph Hamilton Wisconsin assemblyman 1826–?, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly Joseph Gilbert Hamilto ...

                                               

Thomas McMillan

Thomas McMillan may refer to: Thomas S. McMillan 1888–1939, American Representative in the U.S. House from South Carolina Thomas McMillan Canadian politician born 1945, Canadian politician and political scientist Tommy McMillan footballer, born 1 ...

                                               

John Abraham (disambiguation)

John Abraham is a Bollywood actor John Abraham can also refer to: John Abraham director 1937–1987, Malayali Indian filmmaker and scriptwriter John Abraham politician died 1689, Hudsons Bay Company governor of Port Nelson John Abraham American foo ...

                                               

Mahatma (disambiguation)

Mahātmā is a Sanskrit epithet meaning "Great Soul" that is similar in usage to the Christian term saint. Mahatma may also refer to: Mahatma film, 2009 Telugu film Mahatma magazine, magic magazine founded in 1895 by George Little "Mahatma", a song ...

                                               

Sally (ship)

Several ships have been named Sally: Sally was built in France in 1774 almost surely under another name. The British captured her in 1781 and she began sailing as Sally first as a transport and then as a West Indiaman. Liverpool merchants purchas ...

                                               

John Finlay

John Finlay may refer to: John Finlay Canadian politician 1837–1910, Canadian politician, member of the Canadian House of Commons 1904–1908 John Baird Finlay 1929–2010, Dominican Republic-born Canadian politician, member of the Canadian House of ...

                                               

Point Pleasant

In Canada Point Pleasant Park, Halifax, Nova Scotia In England Point Pleasant Wallsend, Tyne and Wear In the United States Point Pleasant, Indiana Point Pleasant, West Virginia Point Pleasant, New Jersey Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey Point Ple ...

                                               

Buckingham (disambiguation)

Buckingham Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Buckingham Township, Wayne County, Pennsylvania Buckingham Park, New Jersey Buckingham, Texas Buckingham, Colorado Buckingham, Illinois Buckingham County, Virginia Buckingham, Iowa Buckingham, Virgi ...

                                               

Saint Elizabeth

Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine 1864–1918, Eastern Orthodox saint and wife of Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich of Russia Elizabeth of Aragon or Elizabeth of Portugal 1271–1336, Queen consort of Portugal Elisabeth of Schonau 1129–1164, a G ...

                                               

Bukowina

Bukowina may refer to the historical region of Bukovina, former part of Moldova and now split between Romania and Ukraine, or the administrative unit Duchy of Bukovina, a constituent land of the Austrian Empire from 1774, and a crown land of Aust ...

                                               

Robert Allan

Robert Allan trade unionist, leader of the Scottish Trades Union Congress Robert George Allan 1879–1972, agricultural administrator in India Robert M. Allan 1880–?, member of the City Council in Los Angeles, 1921–1927 Robert Allan, Baron Allan of ...

                                               

Manini

Manini may refer to: Manini 1979 film, a 1979 Kannada language film Acanthurus triostegus, a surgeonfish with common name Manini Don Francisco de Paula Marin 1774–1837, a Hawaiian horticulturist often called Manini or Marini

                                               

Charles Fleming

Charles Fleming may refer to: Charles James Fleming 1839–1904, British Member of Parliament for Doncaster, 1892–1895 Charles Fleming author, American author Charlie Fleming 1927–1997, Scottish footballer Charles Fleming American football 1877–194 ...