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Pavonia

Pavonia Terminal, the former Erie Railroad terminal on the Hudson River in Jersey City Pavonia/Newport, former name of the Newport PATH station mass transit station in Jersey City Pavonia-Newport HBLR station, a light rail station in Jersey City ...

Christopher Hall

Christopher Hall producer born 1957, British TV drama producer Christopher Hall cricketer born 1977, former English cricketer Christopher Hall Big Brother, British Big Brother contestant Christopher Hall musician born 1965, American musician and ...

Prince Leopold (1816 ship)

Prince Leopold was launched in 1816 in Sunderland. She traded primarily between London and the Mediterranean, but was wrecked on 2 October 1825 on a voyage to Montevideo.

Society of Mary

Society of Mary may refer to: Society of Mary Marists, a Catholic religious congregation of priests and brothers, founded in 1816 at Lyon, France, by Father Jean-Claude Colin and others. Society of Mary Marianists, a Catholic religious congregati ...

Senator Baker

Senator Baker may refer to: United States Senators David J. Baker 1792–1869, U.S. Senator from Illinois in 1830 Edward Dickinson Baker 1811–1861, U.S. Senator from Oregon from 1860 to 1861 Howard Baker 1925–2014, U.S. Senator from Tennessee from ...

Ignacio Rodriguez (disambiguation)

Ignacio Rodriguez is a Spanish basketball player. Ignacio or Nacho Rodriguez may also refer to: Juan Ignacio Rodriguez born 1992, Spanish archer Ignacio Rodriguez programmer born 1999, Uruguayan programmer Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe born 1942, Vene ...

William Waldegrave

William Waldegrave may refer to: William Waldegrave, 10th Earl Waldegrave 1882–1933, British peer, son of the above William Waldegrave, Baron Waldegrave of North Hill born 1946, British politician William Waldegrave, 1st Baron Radstock 1753–1825, ...

Parallax (disambiguation)

A parallax is the difference in the angular position of two stationary points relative to each other from different viewing positions. Parallax may also refer to:

Alexander Graham

Alexander Graham can refer to: Alex Graham footballer, born 1912, Scottish footballer, played for Burnbank Amateurs, Vale of Clyde, West Ham Utd, Albion Rovers, Cowdenbeath, Stenhousemuir, Morton, Rochdale, Bradford Park Avenue, Halifax Town Alex ...

Robert Gunning

Robert Gunning may refer to: Robert Gunning, musician, guitarist for The Infected Robert Halliday Gunning 1818–1900, Scottish physician Sir Robert Charles Gunning, 8th Baronet 1901–1989, of the Gunning baronets Robert Gunning, American businessma ...

George Sykes (disambiguation)

George Sykes was an American Civil War major general in the Union Army. George Sykes may also refer to: George Sykes footballer born 1994, English/Scottish footballer George Sykes Wisconsin politician 1816–1881, member of the Wisconsin State Asse ...

Beardmore

Beardmore can refer to: Nathaniel Beardmore 1816-1872, British engineer and hydrologist Bob Beardmore, British rugby league footballer Beardmore, Victoria, a small town in Gippsland, Victoria, Australia Bud Beardmore 1939–2016, American lacrosse ...

Duke of San Fernando Luis

Duke of San Fernando Luis is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, accompanied by the dignity of Grandee and granted in 1816 by Ferdinand VII to Anne-Adrien-Pierre de Montmorency-Laval, for his efforts as Ambassador in Spain during the Bour ...

I20

I20, I 20 or I-20 may refer to: Kalmar Regiment 1816–1892, a Swedish infantry regiment Japanese submarine I-20, a Type C submarine I-20 sailing scow, a sloop rigged scow with a spinnaker Interstate 20, a highway in the southeastern United States ...

I2

i2, I-2, I 2 or I2 may refer to: Incredibles 2, a 2018 American computer-animated superhero film by Pixar Internet2, a not-for-profit US computer networking consortium Japanese submarine I-2, a Type J1 submarine of the Imperial Japanese Navy Hapl ...

Cattell

Richard Cattell, 1871–1948, English rugby union player James McKeen Cattell, the first psychology professor in the United States, father of Psyche Cattell Alfred Cattell, Wales international rugby player Alexander G. Cattell, former United States ...

Edwin (disambiguation)

Edwin is a given name. Edwin may also refer to: Edwin, Alabama Edwin, California, community in Amador County Edwin, an Emacs-like editor built into MIT/GNU Scheme 1046 Edwin, asteroid discovered by George Van Biesbroeck and named after his son Ed ...

Josh Brown

Josh Brown or Joshua Brown may refer to: Joshua Brown Texas pioneer 1816–1874, first settler of US city of Kerrville, Texas Josh Brown ice hockey born 1994, Canadian ice hockey player Josh Brown figure skater born 1999, British figure skater Josh ...

Prudhoe (disambiguation)

Prudhoe Castle Algernon Percy, 4th Duke of Northumberland 1792–1865, known as Lord Prudhoe between 1816 and 1847 Prudhoe railway station, railway station on the Tyne Valley line Prudhoe and Stocksfield RUFC, rugby union team Prudhoe Town F.C., fo ...

Philomath (disambiguation)

Philomathean Club, a womens club in Stockton, California, founded in 1896 Philomathean Society New York University Philomathean Literary Society Erskine College Philomathean Society, a literary society at the University of Pennsylvania Philomaths ...

U of H

University of Hildesheim, a university in Hildesheim University of Hannover, today known as the Leibniz University Hannover University of Hohenheim, a university in Stuttgart University of Halle, university merged in 1817 to become the Martin Lut ...

Chacabuco (disambiguation)

The Battle of Chacabuco was a decisive victory fought by Chilean and Argentine forces against the Spanish forces in Chile during the Chilean War of Independence in 1817. The name Chacabuco may also refer to:

Kamchatka (disambiguation)

Kamchatka Krai, federal administrative division of Russia covering the Kamtchatka Peninsula established in 2007 Kamchatka River, river in Russia Kamchatka Strait, strait in the Bering Sea Kamchatka Oblast, former administrative division of Russia

San Rafael

San Rafael, Mendoza San Rafael Department Argentina San Rafael Municipality, Santa Cruz Bolivia San Rafael de Velasco, capital of San Rafael Municipality San Rafael, Chile Chile San Rafael, Antioquia Colombia San Rafael de Guatuso, a city and dis ...

Matthew Holmes

Matthew or Matt Holmes may refer to: Matty Holmes born 1969, English footballer Matthew Holmes director, Australian film director, producer, writer and actor Matt Holmes soccer, retired American soccer player Matt Holmes actor born 1976, Australi ...

William McGregor

William McGregor may refer to: Will McGregor Wild Roses, a character on Wild Roses William McGregor football 1846–1911, founder of the Football League Bill McGregor, football player in the 1973 CFL Draft William McGregor politician 1836–1903, Can ...

Stephen Parker

Stephen Parker may refer to: Stephen Henry Parker 1846–1927, Q.C., M.L.C., son of Stephen Stanley Parker Stephen Stanley Parker 1817–1904, J.P., M.L.C., son of Stephen Parker senior Stephen Parker senior c.1790–c.1880, early settler of Western Au ...

Rymill

John Rymill 1905-1968, Australian polar explorer Kenneth Rymill 1906–1977, English cricketer Arthur Graham Rymill 1886–1966, Adelaide businessman Arthur Campbell Rymill 1907–1989, businessman, solicitor and Lord Mayor of Adelaide Henry Way Rymill ...

Lefroy

Jeremy Lefroy born 1959, British Conservative Party politician and Member of Parliament Anthony Lefroy MP 1800–1890, son of Thomas Langlois Lefroy and Irish Member of Parliament Henry Lefroy 1854–1930, 11th Premier of Western Australia and son of ...

Frank Hughes

Frank Hughes may refer to: Frank E. Hughes 1893–1947, American set decorator Frank Hughes artist 1905–1987, British artist Frank Hughes ice hockey born 1949, Canadian ice hockey player Frank Hughes College, Clifton, Tennessee Frank Hughes Jr. 192 ...

Albert L. De Alwis Seneviratne

Albert L. De Alwis Seneviratne was a Ceylonese legislator. He was a unofficial member appointed to the Legislative Council of Ceylon representing the Sinhalese from 1881 to 1899. Born somewhere in 1830 to Johanna Agnetha Gertruda Pieris and David ...

Governor Fletcher

Governor Fletcher may refer to: Ernie Fletcher born 1952, 60th Governor of Kentucky Benjamin Fletcher 1640–1703, Colonial Governor of New York from 1692 to 1697 Thomas Fletcher American politician, born 1817 1817–1874, Acting Governor of Arkansas ...

Severn (1817 ship)

On 1 December 1825 Rosella brought to Danzig the crew of Severn, Wilkinson, master, of and for Chepstow, from Memel. Her crew had abandoned Severn on 28 November after she had become waterlogged; one man had been lost. On 7 December Roselle was d ...

Princess Louise of Schleswig-Holstein

Princess Louise of Schleswig-Holstein may refer to: Princess Louise of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg 1858-1936, daughter of Friedrich, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg, wife of George Victor, Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmo ...

Ibrahim Bey (disambiguation)

Ibrahim Bey or Ibrahim Bey may refer to: Cihangirzade Ibrahim Bey 1874-1948, Turkish military officer and statesman Ibrahim Çolak officer 1881-1944, Turkish military officer Avraamy Aslanbegov aka Ibrahim bey Aslanbeyov 1822–1900, Azeri admiral a ...

Description de lEgypte (disambiguation)

Description de lEgypte is the title of several books. Description of Egypt - Description of Egypt; Notes and views in Egypt and Nubia made during the years 1825-1828, Edward William Lane Pub; The American University in Cairo Press, 2000 This manu ...

Anthony Evans

Anthony Evans may refer to: Anthony Walton White Evans 1817–1886, American civil engineer Anthony Evans singer born 1978, American Christian singer-songwriter Sir Anthony Evans judge born 1934, judge of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales An ...

Klingenberg

the German name for Zvikov Castle, Czech Republic Klingenberg, Saxony, a municipality in Saxony, Germany Klingenberg am Main, a town in Bavaria, Germany

William Daniels (disambiguation)

William Daniels is an American actor. William Daniels may also refer to: Billy Daniels 1915–1988, American singer William Daniels artist born 1976, British painter William B. Daniels 1817–1894, pioneer in Oregon Territory, and in Idaho Territory ...

Senator King

Senator King may refer to: United States Senators Preston King politician 1806–1865, U.S. Senator from New York from 1857 to 1863 Rufus King 1755–1827, U.S. Senator from New York from 1813 to 1825 John Pendleton King 1799–1888, U.S. Senator from ...

Antonio Lopez

Antonio Lopez may refer to: Antonio Lopez Garcia, Spanish realist painter and sculptor Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, Mexican general, famous for leading Mexican forces to victory at the Battle of the Alamo Antonio Lopez-Isturiz White, Spanish poli ...

Mihail Kogalniceanu (disambiguation)

Mihail Kogalniceanu, a village in Ramnicelu Commune, Braila County Mihail Kogalniceanu, a village in Țiganași Commune, Iasi County Mihail Kogalniceanu, Tulcea, a commune in Tulcea County Mihail Kogalniceanu, a village in Arsura Commune, Vaslui Co ...

Swiss Chamber Soloists

The Swiss Chamber Soloists is the concert cycle’s chamber ensemble, founded in 1999 and led by the three artistic directors of the Swiss Chamber Concerts Jurg Dahler, Daniel Haefliger and Felix Renggli.

Charles Weaver

Charles Weaver may refer to: Charlie Weaver politician born 1957, Minnesota politician for the actor who played Charley Weaver, see Cliff Arquette Charles A. Weaver 1845–1906, U.S. businessman Charles F. Weaver died 1932, mayor of Ashland, Kentuc ...

Sarah Jones

Sarah Jones may refer to: Sarah Jones 1986–2014, camera assistant killed on the set of the unfinished film Midnight Rider inspiring the Safety for Sarah movement Sarah Jones, character in Fireman Sam Sarah Jones drummer born 1985, drummer for Har ...

Ben Harper (disambiguation)

Ben Harper is an American musician. Ben Harper may also refer to: Ben Harper politician 1817–1887, mayor of Rock Island, Illinois, 1854–1855 Ben "Beanie" Harper, a character in the U.S. soap opera Love of Life Benjamin Harper, oldest son of forme ...

Mary Taylor

Mary Taylor may refer to: Mary Perkins Taylor 1875–1931, American Impressionist painter and fabric artist Mary Taylor womens rights advocate 1817–1893, English advocate for womens rights Mary Lee Taylor, pseudonym used by Erma Perham Proetz 1891– ...

2nd Division

2nd Rifle Division Soviet Union 2nd Division Australia 2nd Canadian Infantry Division 2nd Division Imperial Japanese Army 2nd Division Japan 1962– 2nd Naval Infantry Division Wehrmacht, Germany 2nd Division Nigeria 2nd Division Estonia 1918–40 2n ...

Bellhouse (surname)

Bellhouse is a locative surname that derives from Middle English bel-hous, Old English bell-hūs, or the place name Bell House. Notable people with the surname include: Thomas Bellhouse 1818–1886, English first-class cricketer Brian Bellhouse 1937 ...

Alexander Macmillan

Alexander Macmillan may refer to: Alexander Macmillan engineer, Canadian engineer Alexander Macmillan, 2nd Earl of Stockton born 1943, descendant and former chairman of Macmillan Publishers Alexander Stirling MacMillan 1871–1955, Canadian politic ...