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Popular assembly (disambiguation)

A popular assembly is a gathering to address issues through direct democracy. Popular assembly may also refer to: Popular Assembly of the Peoples of Oaxaca, an organization assembled in 2006 in the Mexican state of Oaxaca Popular Assembly Asamble ...

                                               

Peter Kelly

Peter Kelly GAA 1847–1908, president of the Gaelic Athletic Association Peter Kelly footballer 1886–1949, football full-back for Sunderland Peter Kelly soccer born 1991, American soccer player Pete Kelly ice hockey 1913–2004, Canadian ice hockey ...

                                               

Roselle (ship)

Several ships have been named Roselle: Roselle 1786 ship was launched in 1781 in Amsterdam, probably under another name. She entered British records in 1786. She spent much of her career as a West Indiaman, sailing between Leith and Jamaica. She ...

                                               

Loyal

Loyal may refer to: "Loyal" Chris Brown song, a 2013 song by American singer Chris Brown "Loyal" Dave Dobbyn song, a 1988 single from the album "Loyal" PartyNextDoor song, a 2019 song by Canadian singer PartyNextDoor featuring Drake The concept o ...

                                               

Michael Cassidy

Michael or Mike Cassidy may refer to: Michael Cassidy Canadian politician born 1937 Mike Cassidy Canadian football born 1920s, American and Canadian football player Michael E. Cassidy born 1955, Pennsylvania politician Mike Cassidy entrepreneur, ...

                                               

Cementerio de San Justo

The Cementerio de San Justo, also known as Sacramental de San Justo located in Madrid, Spain, is a cemetery near the Cementerio de San Isidro, which was originally called San Pedro and San Andres. It is located between the Paseo de la Ermita del ...

                                               

Capital of Texas

The capital of Texas usually refers to Austin, Texas, the capital of the present-day U.S. state. However, several other locations have served as the capital of Texas:

                                               

John Wharton

John Wharton MP for Beverley 1765-1843 John Wharton fl.1407-1420, MP for Guildford John Lloyd Wharton 1837–1912, British Member of Parliament for Durham, 1871–1874, and Ripon, 1886–1906

                                               

William IV

William IV may refer to: William IV, Duke of Bavaria 1493–1550 William IV, Marquess of Montferrat 1030–1100 William IV, Lord of Douglas died 1333 William IV, Count of Nevers 1130–1168 William IV, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel or Hesse-Cassel 1532–159 ...

                                               

Skirmish near Brooklyn, Kansas

The Skirmish near Brooklyn, Kansas was a skirmish of the American Civil War on September 26, 1861 between Quantrills Raiders and pursuing Union forces immediately after the Lawrence massacre.

                                               

Rosamel Island

Rosamel Island is a circular island 1.9 km in diameter with precipitous cliffs of volcanic rock rising to a snow-covered peak 435 m high, lying west of Dundee Island in the south entrance to Antarctic Sound. It is part of the James Ross Island Vo ...

                                               

Robert Devereux

Robert Devereux may refer to: Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex 1565–1601, favourite of Queen Elizabeth I, executed for treason Robert Devereux, 16th Viscount Hereford 1843–1930, English peer. Robert Devereux rugby union 1897–1974, American rugb ...

                                               

Arthur Dixon

Arthur Dixon may refer to: Arthur Dixon footballer, born 1879 1879–1946, English footballer who played for Burnley F.C. Arthur Dixon Elementary School, a public elementary school in Chicago, IL Arthur Lee Dixon 1867–1955, British mathematician an ...

                                               

Emma Ritter-Bondy

Emma Ritter-Bondy, also known as Emma Ritter, was a Scottish pianist and music professor of Austrian origin. In 1892 she was appointed the first professor of piano at the Glasgow Athenaeum School of Music, now the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. ...

                                               

John Jacobs

John Jacobs may refer to: John E. Jacobs 1903–1971, American educator John H. Jacobs 1847–1934, pioneer of Michigan sandstone industry John Jacobs English golfer 1925–2017, European Tour player and internationally known golf coach and instructor ...

                                               

Wahoo (disambiguation)

Eastern wahoo Euonymus atropurpureus, a shrub native to eastern North America, also known as American wahoo or wahoo fruit Ulmus alata, the winged elm or wahoo, a deciduous tree in the southeastern and south central United States

                                               

William Millar

William Millar may refer to: William Millar 1931–1977, Irish-born American actor, known as Stephen Boyd William Millar APTA, former President of the American Public Transportation Association William Millar British Army officer died 1838, British ...

                                               

Arthur Howard (disambiguation)

Arthur Howard was a British film and television actor. Arthur Howard may also refer to: Arthur Howard English cricketer 1882–1946, English cricketer active in 1921 Arthur Howard South African cricketer born 1936, South African cricketer active in ...

                                               

Charles Haight (disambiguation)

Charles Haigt may also refer to: Charles S. Haight Jr. 1930–, American lawyer and federal judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, son of Charles Sherman Haight Sr. Charles C. Haight 1841–1917, American ar ...

                                               

Alex Hall

Alex Hall may refer to: Alexander Hall Princeton University, an assembly hall at Princeton University Alex Hall footballer, born 1880 1880–?, Scottish footballer Alec Hall English footballer 1909–1992, English footballer Alexander Hall soccer 188 ...

                                               

David Gray

David Gray snooker player born 1979, English professional snooker player David Gray footballer, born 1922 1922–2008, Scottish footballer mostly played for Preston NE and Blackburn Dave Gray born 1943, Major League Baseball pitcher David Gray cric ...

                                               

Henry Richardson

Henry Richardson may refer to: Henry B. Richardson 1889–1963, Olympic archer Henry Westman Richardson 1855–1918, Canadian businessman and Senator Henry S. Richardson, academic and educator Henry Richardson cricketer, born 1846 1846–1921, English ...

                                               

Lady Franklin

Lady Frankin may refer to: Jane Franklin 1791–1875, Tasmanian pioneer and second wife of the explorer Sir John Franklin In places: Lady Franklin Point, Nunavut, Canada Lady Franklin Rock, an island in the Fraser River above Yale, British Columbia ...

                                               

Xinshi 1st Rd light rail station

Xinshi 1st Rd is a light rail station of the Green Mountain line of the Danhai Light Rail, which is operated by New Taipei Metro. It is located in Tamsui District, New Taipei, Taiwan.

                                               

James McGregor

James McGregor may refer to: James Lewin McGregor 1921–1988, mathematician James McGregor footballer fl. 1901–1910, Scottish footballer Grimsby Town James Russell McGregor died 1973, leader of the Black Muslims James Duncan McGregor 1860–1935, Ca ...

                                               

Kean

Kean may refer to: Kean: Genius or Scoundrel, 1956 Italian biographical drama film Kean 1921 film, a German silent historical film Kean name Kean, 1953 stage adaption by Jean-Paul Sartre Kean play, 1838 play by Alexandre Dumas pere based on the l ...

                                               

H. Michael Marquardt

He was a collaborator with Wesley P. Walters, and made some of the first critical arguments for a different timeline of early Mormonism. Specifically, they argued that the Joseph Smith family did not move to Manchester until after 1820, and that ...

                                               

Oedipus (disambiguation)

Oedipus Seneca, a Latin-language tragedy by Seneca the Younger Oedipus Voltaire, a French-language tragedy by Voltaire Oedipus Euripides, a mostly lost play Oedipus at Colonus, an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles Oedipus Dryden, an English-language ...

                                               

Akbarpur

Akbarpur, Bhulath, a village in Bhulath Tehsil in Kapurthala district Akbarpur, Kapurthala, a village located in Kapurthala district Akbarpur Khurd, a village under the Shahkot development block of Jalandhar district Akbarpur Kalan, a village in ...

                                               

James Conroy

James Conroy can refer to: James Conroy, British mixed martial fighter, lost to Joseph Duffy fighter in 2013 James Conroy, Irish republican militant in The Squad Irish Republican Army unit in 1919 James Gerve Conroy 1838–1915, Irish-born Canadian ...

                                               

Knockmaree Dolmen

Knockmaree Dolmen is a prehistoric site, of the Neolithic period, in Phoenix Park just north of Chapelizod, near Dublin, Ireland. Other forms of the name are Knockmary or Knockmaroon Dolmen, or Cnoc-Maraidhe.

                                               

Moncure (disambiguation)

Moncure may refer to: Placename: Moncure, North Carolina, a small rural unincorporated community in southeastern Chatham County, North Carolina, United States Surname: Richard C. L. Moncure politician 1872–1937, American Democratic politician, me ...

                                               

Liman

Liman may refer to: Places Liman, Davachi, a village in Shabran Rayon, Azerbaijan Liman, Israel, a moshav in northern Israel Liman, Azerbaijan, a city in Lankaran Rayon Liman, Novi Sad, a quarter of the city Novi Sad, Serbia Liman, Russia, name o ...

                                               

Gourley

Gourley may refer to: Places: Gourley Township, Michigan, USA People: Henry I. Gourley 1838–1899, Mayor of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from 1890 to 1893 Cyril Edward Gourley 1893-1982, English recipient of the Victoria Cross Paul Gourley, former Na ...

                                               

Pedro Ruiz

Pedro Ruiz is a Spanish name that may refer to: Pedro Ruiz de Velasco 1915–1996, Mexican businessman Pedro Ruiz artist, Colombian Artist and Knighted into the Order of Arts and Letters by the French Government Pedro Ruiz Carrilero, a professional ...

                                               

Åsen (disambiguation)

Åsen municipality, a former municipality 1838-1962 in the old Nord-Trondelag county, Norway Åsen, Sweden, a village in Alvdalen Municipality in Dalarna county, Sweden Åsen Station, a railway station located in the village of Åsen in Levanger muni ...

                                               

James Connors

James Connors may refer to: Jim Connors 1940–1987, American disc jockey died 1987 Jimmy Connors, American welterweight boxer and brother of mobster Edward G. Connors James Connors Medal of Honor 1838–?, Irish born Union Army soldier during the Am ...

                                               

Cooper Park (Brooklyn)

Cooper Park is an urban park in Brooklyn, New York. It is located between Maspeth Ave, Sharon Street, Olive Street, and Morgan Avenue In East Williamsburg. It was established in 1895, and covers 6.40 Acres. Cooper Park was once the sight of an ol ...

                                               

Benjamin Stone

Sir John Benjamin Stone 1838–1914, known as Benjamin Stone, English politician and photographer Benjamin Clemens Stone 1933–1994, British–American botanist Ben Stone politician born 1935, American politician Benjamin Stone actor born 1987, Britis ...

                                               

Robert Thorpe

Robert or Bob Thorpe may refer to: Sir Robert Thorpe, Master of Pembroke Hall, 1347–1362 Bob Thorpe outfielder 1926–1996, Major League Baseball right fielder Robert Thorpe Kashmir, 1838–1868, soldier and chronicler on Kashmir Robert Thorpe Lord C ...

                                               

Miriam Green Ellis

Miriam Green Ellis was an agricultural journalist best known for her 25-year career as western editor of the Family Herald and Weekly Star. Along with her mentor Cora Hind, she was a pioneering Western woman journalist at a time when the field wa ...

                                               

Daniel Mitchell

Daniel Mitchell may refer to: Danny Mitchell musician, see Modern Man band Daniel J. Mitchell born 1958, American economist Danny Mitchell fighter born 1986, MMA fighter Dan Mitchell musician, early member of American blues rock band ZZ Top Danny ...

                                               

Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey, a 1993 American remake of the 1963 film The Incredible Journey, about a group of pets making a long journey home Homeward Bound 1923 film, a film starring Thomas Meighan, about passengers on a ship in the o ...

                                               

Joseph Watkins

Joseph or Joe Watkins may refer to: Joseph S. Watkins, namesake of Watkins, Ohio established 1838 J. Louis Watkins Jr. 1929–1997, American judge Joe Watkins musician 1900–1969, American jazz drummer Joseph P. Watkins born 1954, American media ana ...

                                               

Camera obscura (disambiguation)

A camera obscura is a device for projecting an image on a screen, using either a lens or pinhole. The term may refer to specific large-scale camera obscuras: Camera Obscura Edinburgh, on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh Camera Obscura San Francisco, C ...

                                               

Fairbairn (disambiguation)

Fairbairn is a surname. Fairbairn may also refer to: Fairbairn - Mythical heroic progenitor of the Clan Armstrong who, dressed in full armour, lifted the king of Scotland onto his own horse with one arm Fairbairn steam crane Fairbairn baronets of ...

                                               

Sarepta (disambiguation)

Sarepta was an ancient Phoenician city. Sarepta may also refer to: Places: Sarepta, a community within the town of Bluewater, Ontario, Canada Sarepta, a suburb of Cape Town, Western Cape province, South Africa Sarepta, Mississippi, an unincorpora ...

                                               

Drury

Drury, New Zealand, a town Drury, a village in Florida, Massachusetts, United States Drury Rock, Antarctica Drury, Missouri, United States, an unincorporated community Drury Inlet, British Columbia, Canada Drury, Kansas, United States, an unincor ...

                                               

Carex erebus

Carex erebus is a member of the sedge family and is found on the Antarctic Islands of Australia and New Zealand.

                                               

Eva Channing

Eva Channing was born in 1854 to parents William Francis Channing and Susan Elizabeth Burdick Channing. Her mother was also active in the suffrage movement, and her grandfather, William Ellery Channing, was a well-known Unitarian minister. Eva Ch ...