ⓘ Free online encyclopedia. Did you know? page 375




                                               

Devol

Devol Brett 1923–2010, United States Army Air Forces general who piloted American aircraft during crises and wars from 1948 the Berlin Crisis through the Vietnam War 1960s Frank Denny De Vol 1911–1999, sometimes known simply as DeVol, was an Amer ...

                                               

Governor Butler

Governor Butler may refer to: Nathaniel Butler born 1578, Governor of Bermuda from 1619 to 1622 and Governor of Providence Island from 1638 to 1640 Benjamin Butler 1818–1893, 33rd Governor of Massachusetts Pierce Mason Butler 1798–1847, 56th Gove ...

                                               

Rouville (Province of Canada electoral district)

Rouville was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of the Parliament of the Province of Canada, in Canada East, in a rural area south of Montreal. It was created in 1841 and was based on the previous electoral district of the same nam ...

                                               

Quebec County (Province of Canada electoral district)

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

                                               

J. M. Barnsley

Barnsley was born in West Flamborough, Canada West, today known as Dundas, Ontario. His childhood was marked by several tragedies: the death of his father and sister, and the burning of the family business. As a result, his mother, Christina Barn ...

                                               

Christian Albert Clemmensen

Christian Albert Clemmensen was a Danish journalist and prolific writer of books on Danish industrial and cultural history. He was president of the Danish Union of Journalists in 1890–1899.

                                               

Kekule

Kekule may refer to August Kekule 1829–1896, later August Kekule von Stradonitz, German organic chemist Non-Kekule molecule Kekule Program a program for entering chemical structures into a database Kekule crater, on the Moon Reinhard Kekule von S ...

                                               

Aughnacliffe

Aughnacliffe, officially Aghnacliff, is a village in County Longford, Ireland. It is located close to Lough Gowna and the border with County Cavan. The village, and the townland in which it is located, take their name from the Aughnacliffe Dolmen ...

                                               

Walter Gould

Walter Gould was an American painter; known for his Orientalist scenes. He also painted landscapes, portraits and still-lifes.

                                               

Sijthoff

Albertus Willem Sijthoff 1829–1913, a prominent Dutch publisher Bob Sijthoff, descendant of Albertus Willem Sijthoff who sued Wikimedia in the Netherlands in 2008 Albert Georg Sijthoff 1853–1927, son of Albertus Willem Sijthoff and publisher of t ...

                                               

Hawick Royal Albert United F.C.

Hawick Royal Albert United Football Club are a Scottish football club who play home matches in the town of Hawick but who train in, and source all of their players from, the Lothians. The club was founded in 1947 and competes in the East of Scotl ...

                                               

Andrew Bogle

Andrew Bogle may refer to: Andrew Nisbet Bogle 1868–1957, Scottish minister of the Church of Scotland and Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in 1930. Andrew Cathcart Bogle 1829–1890, Lieutenant later Major, 78th Regiment ...

                                               

Fairyland (disambiguation)

Fairyland series, a 2011 novel series by Catherynne M. Valente Fairyland novel, a novel by science fiction writer Paul J. McAuley Fairyland horse Fairyland: A Kingdom of Fairies, a 1903 French short silent adventure film Fairyland opera, based on ...

                                               

Aleksandr Sokolov

Aleksandr or Alexander Sokolov may refer to: Aleksandr Sokolov volleyball born 1982, Russian volleyball player Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Sokolov born 1975, Russian football striker Alexander Sokolov sculptor born 1955, Russian-born sculptor, resid ...

                                               

Thomas Thomas

Thomas Thurston Thomas born 1948, American science fiction writer Thomas Henry Thomas 1839–1915, Welsh artist better known as T. H. Thomas Thomas L. Thomas 1911–1983, Welsh American baritone concert singer Thomas harpist 1829–1913, Welsh Thomas, ...

                                               

Pompe

Kurt Pompe 1899–1964, German Nazi SS concentration camp commandant Annelie Pompe born 1980, adventurer and athlete from Sweden J. L. C. Pompe van Meerdervoort 1829–1908, Dutch physician based in Japan Johann Pompe 1901–1945, Dutch pathologist

                                               

Elsdon

Elsdon may be a given name, a surname, or a place name. The surname derives originally from a place name in Northumberland, England with the meaning in Old English of Ellis valley.

                                               

Emma Macpherson

Emma McPherson, also known as Mrs Allan Macpherson, author and watercolour artist, was the daughter of Charles Henry Blake and his wife Frances. In 1853 Emma married Allan Macpherson of Blairgowrie, Scotland. Allan was born in Scotland. In 1829, ...

                                               

Fantome

HMS Fantome, several ships of the Royal Navy Fantome -class sloop, used by the Royal Navy Fantome schooner, a 1927 sail cruise ship lost in Hurricane Mitch in 1998 Fairey Fantome, a British fighter aircraft of the 1930s Fantome -class survey moto ...

                                               

Ultras (disambiguation)

Ultras may refer to: Ultra-royalist, a French parliamentary faction in the early 19th century. Ultras comics, a fictional superhuman species from the Ultraverse by Malibu Comics. Ultra-Tories, a section of the Tory party that broke away after Cat ...

                                               

Abbotsford

Abbotsford may refer to a place in: Australia Abbotsford, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney, Australia Abbotsford Station, Queensland Abbotsford, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia Abbotsford, Picton, a heritage-listed farm in south-wes ...

                                               

Long Service Medal

Long Service Medal could mean: Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal of the British Army Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct Military of the British Army Naval Long Service and Good Conduct Medal 1830 of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Me ...

                                               

Greco-Turkish War

There have been several Greco-Turkish Wars: Undeclared war in 1854 during the Crimean War, with Greek irregulars invading Ottoman Epirus Revolt of 1854 and Thessaly First Greco-Turkish War 1897 Greek front of the First Balkan War 1912–13 Greek Wa ...

                                               

American Horse (disambiguation)

American Horse 1840–1908, prominent chief of the Oglala Lakota, the son of Sitting Bear and son in law of Red Cloud American Horse Vehoevoha - ″He-Has-A-White-Mans-Horse″, chief of the Northern Suhtai band of the Northern Cheyenne and part of the ...

                                               

Hamilton County

Hamilton County is the name of ten counties in the United States of America, eight of them named for Alexander Hamilton, first United States Secretary of the Treasury: Hamilton County, Illinois Hamilton County, Ohio, the most populous county on t ...

                                               

Chris Higgins

Chris Higgins may refer to: Christopher Longuet-Higgins 1923–2004, British theoretical chemist and cognitive scientist Chris Higgins Friday the 13th, character played by Dana Kimmell in the film Friday the 13th Part III Chris Higgins musician bor ...

                                               

Peter MacDonald

Peter MacDonald may refer to: Peter Macdonald Australian politician born 1943, former Mayor of Manly; former independent member of New South Wales Legislative Assembly for Manly Peter MacDonald director, British director Peter MacDonald footballe ...

                                               

Monas Isle

Isla de Mona, an island off Puerto Rico in the Caribbean Isle of Man, a self-governing British Crown Dependency, located in the Irish Sea between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland Ynys Mon, "Monas Isle" the Welsh name for Anglesey

                                               

Poppleton

Poppleton, Baltimore, a neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland Poppleton railway station, North Yorkshire, England Poppleton Township, Minnesota, United States Nether Poppleton, North Yorkshire, England Upper Poppleton, North Yorkshire, England

                                               

James Sheridan

James or Jim Sheridan may refer to: Jamey Sheridan born 1951, James Sheridan, U.S. actor James Sheridan Medal of Honor 1830–1893, American Civil War sailor Jim Sheridan born 1949, Irish film director James E. Sheridan 1922–2015, professor of hist ...

                                               

Ranbir Singh

Ranbir Singh or Ranabir Singh may refer to Ranbir Singh Maharaja 1830–1885, Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir Ranbir Singh Suri, Baron Suri born 1935, Conservative life peer in the United Kingdoms House of Lords Chaudhary Ranbir Singh Hooda, Indian p ...

                                               

Mahl

Mahl or MAHL may refer to: Mahls, the third subgroup of the Dhivehi people native to Minicoy Island, India Mahl town, Andhra Pradesh, India Mahl Aynin c. 1830–31 – 1910, Saharan Moorish religious and political leader Mahl-i-zan, a village in Vald ...

                                               

Ancient (disambiguation)

Ancient or ancients may refer to: A corrupt form of the military rank of ensign used during the 16th century in Britain Ancient history, in historiography Anything considered "very old"; see List of time periods, Prehistory, in particular anythin ...

                                               

Societe des douze

This first Societe des douze, founded during the reign of William I, ended around 1830, as the Belgian Revolution seemed imminent. It was, however, revived in 1834 after Belgian independence.

                                               

Huskisson (disambiguation)

William Huskisson was a British statesman and diplomat from Liverpool, who met an untimely death as the first notable person to be run over by a railway locomotive. Other uses include: The town of Huskisson, New South Wales in Australia, named af ...

                                               

November Revolution

The term November Revolution may refer to: November Revolution physics, referring to the series of changes in particle physics triggered by the discovery of the charm quark in November 1974 November Uprising, an uprising in partitioned Poland aga ...

                                               

Stirling Health and Care Village

Stirling Health and Care Village is a health and care facility at Livilands Gate in Stirling, Scotland. It is managed by NHS Forth Valley as well as Stirling and Clackmannanshires HSCP. It was formerly known as Stirling Community Hospital.

                                               

Alan Thomas

Alan or Allen Thomas may refer to: Allen Thomas 1830–1907, Confederate States Army brigadier general Alan G. Thomas scientist 1927–2019, British materials scientist Alan Thomas cricketer born 1947, former English cricketer Allan Thomas born 1990, ...

                                               

Parisienne

Parisienne film, a 2015 French film La Parisienne Renoir painting, an 1874 painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir Une Parisienne, a 1957 film starring Brigitte Bardot La Parisienne fresco, a fresco at the palace of Knossos La Parisienne play, by Henry ...

                                               

Sarah Young

Sarah Young may refer to: Sarah Jane Young 1866–1955, Australian political reformer Sarah Hanson-Young born 1981, Australian politician Sarah Palmer Young 1830–1908, regimental nurse during the American Civil War Sarah Young field hockey born 198 ...

                                               

Rusk (disambiguation)

Claude Ewing Rusk, United States Secretary of State, 1961–1969 Jeremiah McLain Rusk 1830–1893, Wisconsin politician and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture 1889–1893 Harry Welles Rusk 1852–1926, Maryland politician Lycurgus J. Rusk 1851-1928, Wisconsin ...

                                               

Donnybrook Fair (disambiguation)

Donnybrook Fair was an annual fair that used to be held in Donnybrook, Dublin, and a slang term for a brawl or riot. Donnybrook Fair may also refer to: Donnybrook Fair, a painting by William Sadler painter, c. 1839 Donnybrook Fair, a painting by ...

                                               

Paint (disambiguation)

Paint Branch, a stream in Maryland Paint, Pennsylvania, a borough Paint Creek disambiguation, numerous streams in the U.S. Paint Township disambiguation, various townships in Ohio and Pennsylvania Paint River, Michigan

                                               

Tarantella (disambiguation)

Tarantella 1940 film, a short film Tarantella ballet, a ballet choreographed by George Balanchine Tarantella Serpentine, a character in The Illuminatus! Trilogy Tarantella Grimm, an episode of the television series Grimm "Tarantelle", a song by B ...

                                               

A Series of Lay Sermons

Information on the genesis of A Series of Lay Sermons is virtually non-existent. It seems that Hogg wrote them in 1833, envisaging that they would appear in London under the imprint of James Fraser, who published Frasers Magazine from its foundat ...

                                               

Trail of Tears (disambiguation)

Trail of Tears was a series of forced relocations of Native American nations from their ancestral homelands in the Southeastern United States following the passage of the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Trail of Tears may also refer to:

                                               

Carss Bush Park

Carss Bush Park is a 20-hectare nature reserve and urban park located at 74 Carwar Avenue, in the Sydney suburb of Carss Park, Georges River Council, New South Wales, Australia.

                                               

Rohlfs

Rohlfs is the surname of Roland Rohlfs 1892-1974, American testpilot Charles Rohlfs 1853-1936, American furniture artist Gerhard Rohlfs 1892-1986, German linguist, researcher of Italian and other Romance languages Christian Rohlfs 1849-1938, Germ ...

                                               

Pacto

Pacto may refer to: Pacto, Ecuador, rural parish at the extreme NW of Quito Canton, Ecuador Pacto de Punto Fijo, accord between Venezuelan political parties Pacto de Sangre album, studio album released by norteño ensemble Los Tigres del Norte Pac ...

                                               

Margaret Lynch (stewardess)

Margaret Lynch was best known for her role as one of the few female members of the crew on the SS Great Britain. She worked on the ship for 7 years and was recognised in the press as an institution. Her role as a stewardess was something that bec ...