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John Hore (disambiguation)

John Hore may refer to: John Hore MP for Bridport died c. 1452, English MP for Bridport UK Parliament constituency John Hore footballer, born 1982, English footballer who played for Carlisle United John Hore footballer, born 1947, English footbal ...

King Ferdinand

King Ferdinand may refer to: Ferdinand I of Portugal 1345–1383 Ferdinand I of Bulgaria 1861–1948 Ferdinand II of the Two Sicilies 1810–1856 Ferdinand IV of Castile 1285–1312, the Summoned Ferdinand III of Castile c. 1200–1252, the Saint Ferdinand ...

John Ralston

John Ralston may refer to: John de Ralston died 1452, Scottish bishop and administrator John T. Raulston 1868–1956, Tennessee judge who presided over the 1925 Scopes Trial John Ralston American football 1927–2019, American football player and coa ...

Emperor of Constantinople

Emperor of Constantinople was one of the standard designations by the Latin-speaking people of medieval Western Europe used for the Byzantine Emperors, whose empire was centered in the city of Constantinople. The emperors themselves used the titl ...

John Upton

John Upton died 1687 1639–1687, British Member of Parliament for Dartmouth John Upton born 1718, Member of Parliament for Westmorland John Upton, MP for Haverfordwest 1656–1660 John Upton mayor, Mayor of Auckland City 1889–1891 John Upton, 1st Vi ...

Lord Boyd

Lord Boyd may refer to: Robert Boyd, 8th Lord Boyd c. 1618–1640 Robert Boyd, 5th Lord Boyd c. 1517–1590 Lord Boyd of Kilmarnock, title in the Scottish peerage between 1454 and 1746 Alexander Boyd, 3rd Lord Boyd died after 1508 James Boyd, 2nd Lor ...

John Marr

John Marr is our lord and saviour John Marr before 1410–after 1454, Scottish regional administrator List of Provosts and Lord Provosts of Aberdeen John Marr born 1965, Australian journalist and rock musician pen name Jack Marx John Quincy Marr 18 ...

Thomas Hastings

Thomas Hastings may refer to: Thomas Hastings architect 1860–1929, American architect Thomas Hastings composer 1784–1872, American composer, primarily of hymn tunes Thomas Hastings cricketer 1865–1938, Australian cricketer Thomas N. Hastings 1858 ...

Lord Douglas

Lord Douglas may refer to: Baron Douglas of Barloch, created 1950 in the Peerage of the United Kingdom Baron Douglas of Amesbury, Co. Wilts, created 1786 in the Peerage of Great Britain, a subsidiary title held by William Douglas, 4th Duke of Que ...

Penitent Magdalene

Penitent Magdalene or Penitent Magdalen refers to a post-biblical period in the life of Mary Magdalene, according to medieval legend, and a large number of artworks showing this subject, including: Penitent Magdalene Donatello, 1453–1455 wooden s ...

Richard Wingfield (disambiguation)

Sir Richard Wingfield was an English courtier and diplomat Richard Wingfield may also refer to: Richard Wingfield, 6th Viscount Powerscourt 1815–1844, British peer and Conservative Party politician Richard Wingfield, 1st Viscount Powerscourt thir ...

Berkswell Hall

Berkswell Hall is a 19th-century country house at Berkswell, formerly Warwickshire now West Midlands, now converted into residential apartments. It is a Grade II* listed building. The Manor of Berkswell, in the gift of the Crown in the 16th centu ...

Arthrobacter bussei

Arthrobacter bussei is a pink-coloured, aerobic, coccus-shaped, Gram-stain-positive, oxidase-positive and catalase-positive bacterium isolated from cheese made of cow´s milk. A. bussei is non-motile and does not form spores. Rod–coccus life cycle ...

William Borthwick

William Borthwick may refer to: William Borthwick, 1st Lord Borthwick died 1458, Scottish peer and ambassador William Borthwick, 2nd Lord Borthwick died 1483, Scottish ambassador to England William Borthwick surgeon 1641–1689, Scottish surgeon Wi ...

Alfonso I

Alfonso I may refer to: Alfonso I of Aragon 1104–1134, known as Alfonso the Battler Afonso I of Kongo 1456–1543 the first Christian king of the Kingdom of Kongo Alfonso I dEste, Duke of Ferrara 1476–1534 Afonso I of Portugal 1094–1195 Afonso Henr ...

Wallington Town Hall

In the early 20th century Wallington Urban District Council was based at 37 Manor Road, the former offices of Wallington Parish Council. The site chosen for the new building was "Sunny Bank", a house on Woodcote Road, Wallington, which was bought ...

John Clinton, 5th Baron Clinton

John was the eldest son of William de Clinton, 4th Lord Clinton and Alice de Botreaux. Succeeding his father in 1431, he exchanged Maxstoke for Whiston and Woodford in Northamptonshire with Humphrey Stafford, 6th Earl of Stafford, Acting as the g ...

Thomas Neville

Thomas Neville or variant spellings may refer to: Thomas Nevill c. 1484 – 1542, English Speaker of the House of Commons in 1515 Tom Neville politician born 1975, Irish politician Tom Neville offensive tackle born 1943, American football offensive ...

Thomas Burgh

Thomas Burgh may refer to: Thomas Burgh 1754–1832, Irish MP for Harristown and Athy Thomas Burgh died 1759 1707–1759, Irish MP for Naas Thomas Burgh of Gainsborough died 1496, English peer, High Sheriff of Lincs, 1460 Thomas Burgh, 3rd Baron Burg ...

William FitzWilliam

William FitzWilliam or Fitzwilliam may refer to: William Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, 7th Earl Fitzwilliam 1872–1943, British Army officer, politician and aristocrat William Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, 6th Earl Fitzwilliam 1815–1902, British peer and Libera ...

Henry Butler (disambiguation)

Henry Butler is an American pianist. Henry Butler may also refer to: Henry Butler MP fl. 1460–1485, Member of Parliament MP for Coventry Henry Montagu Butler 1833–1918, English academic Henry G. Butler 1769–1847, magistrate and politician in Newf ...

Communion of the Apostles (Justus van Gent)

The Institution of the Eucharist or Communion of the Apostles is a 1472-1474 tempera on panel painting by Justus van Gent. Commissioned as an altarpiece, it post-dates its 1460s predella, The Miracle of the Desecrated Host by Paolo Uccello. Both ...

John Ellis (British physicist)

John Ellis is the current director of studies for Natural Sciences at the Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. He was born in London in 1963 and is best known for his research on Helium-3 surface spin echo, an inelastic scattering technique.

Ohrid (disambiguation)

Ohrid "St. Paul the Apostle" Airport or Ohrid Airport, an airport in Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia Lake Ohrid, between southwestern Macedonia and eastern Albania Ohrid, Bulgaria, a village Ohrid Municipality, a municipality in the southwestern par ...

Bothwell (disambiguation)

Bothwell UK Parliament constituency, Scotland Bothwell, Tasmania, in Australia Bothwell, Prince Edward Island, Canada, an unincorporated area of Kings County, Prince Edward Island east of Souris, Prince Edward Island Bothwell electoral district, ...

Normandy (disambiguation)

Normandy, Missouri Normandy, Illinois Normandy, Tennessee Normandy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Mary Herbert

Mary Herbert may refer to: Mary Herbert born c. 1468, younger daughter of Mary Woodville Mary Herbert 1832-1872, Canadian publisher Mary Sidney later Mary Herbert, 1561–1621, writer and Countess of Pembroke Mary Herbert, Countess of Pembroke d. 1 ...

Richard Herbert

Richard Herbert may refer to: Richard Herbert of Coldbrook died 1469, Welsh knight and brother of William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke Richard Herbert, 2nd Baron Herbert of Chirbury c. 1604–1655, grandson of the above Sir Richard Herbert died 1510, ...

Lemmermannia

Lemmermannia /ˌlɛməɹˈmæniə/ is a genus of fresh water trebouxiophyceans that currently contains four described species forming coenobia of 4 to 16 cells. Its type species is L. tetrapedia Lemmermann, originally described in 1880 but put into the ...

Scotland-GDR Society

The Scotland-GDR Society was an association based in Scotland, dedicated to promoting relations with the German Democratic Republic. The organization was founded on September 6, 1986, as the six Scottish local branches of the Britain-GDR Society ...

Yiliang Ding

Yiliang Ding is a plant scientist at the John Innes Centre. Since 2014 she has been a group leader, with a David Philips Fellowship. Ding researches RNA structure and post-transcriptional gene regulations. Ding’s research on nucleic acid chemistr ...

Meera Chand

Meera A. Chand MBBS is a British microbiologist, working at Public Health England and as a consultant with the Department of Infectious Diseases, Guys and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust. She is also a clinical research fellow into severe acute re ...

Catherine Gordon

Catherine or Katherine Gordon may refer to: Kate Gordon, writer Lady Catherine Gordon c. 1474–1537, Scottish noblewoman who became a lady-in-waiting in England Cathy Gordon Brown born 1965, American politician Catherine Gordon c. 1725–1779, daugh ...

Redbeard

Ragnar Redbeard, pseudonymous author of 1896 book Might is Right Hayreddin Barbarossa or Red Beard 1478–1546, privateer and Ottoman admiral Redbeard, former DJ at Q102 in Dallas, Texas and host of In the Studio Oruç Reis or Redbeard Barbarossa 14 ...

Afonso of Portugal

Afonso II of Portugal 1185–1223, King of Portugal from 1212 to 1223 Afonso I Henriques 1109–1185, King of Portugal from 1139 to 1185 Afonso VI of Portugal 1643–1683, King of Portugal from 1656 to 1683 Afonso V of Portugal 1432–1481, King of Portu ...

House of Kostanjic

The House of Kostanjic is an ancient noble house from Drvenik which held the title knez of Drvenik, Perun and Zaostrog. The ancestral seat of the family is known as Kula Kostanjic. The name of the family is derived from the archaic word kostanj

Sophie Schbath

Sophie Schbath is a French statistician whose research concerns the statistics of pattern matching in strings and formal languages, particularly as applied to genomics. She is a director of research for the French National Institute for Research ...

Isabella of Braganza

Isabella, Isabel, Elizabeth or Elisabeth of Braganza may refer to: Maria Isabel of Braganza 1797–1818, infanta of Portugal, consort Queen of Spain Isabella of Braganza, Duchess of Guimarães 1514–1576, daughter of Jaime I, Duke of Braganza, wife o ...

Duchess Anne

Duchess Anne may refer to: Anne Murray, Duchess of Atholl 1814–1897 Anne Scott, 1st Duchess of Buccleuch 1651–1732 Anne Hamilton, 3rd Duchess of Hamilton, Anne Hamilton, 3rd Duchess of Hamilton 1631–1716 Scottish noblewoman Anne-Louise-Benedicte ...

Patrick Graham

Patrick Graham may refer to: Patrick Graham boxer born 1969, Canadian heavyweight boxer Patrick Graham Royal Navy officer 1915–1980, Pat Graham ice hockey born 1961, Canadian ice hockey player Patrick Graham VC 1837–1875, Irish recipient of the V ...

Patrick White (disambiguation)

Patrick White judge c. 1480–1561, Irish politician and judge Patrick White politician 1860–1935, Irish Member of Parliament for North Meath, 1900–1918

Zytturm, Zug

The Zytturm is a 13th-century tower in Zug, Switzerland, which houses an astronomical clock. The tower, which is 52 metres high, is located on Kolinplatz in the old town centre. The tower was constructed in the 13th century, then heightened betwe ...

Richard Power

Richard Power, 1st Baron Power c.1482–1539, Irish peer Earl of Tyrone#Barons Power 13 September 1535) Richard Power Parnellite MP 1851–1891, Irish nationalist politician, MP for Waterford City 1874–1891 Richard Power, 1st Earl of Tyrone 1630–1690 ...

Maria of Portugal

Maria of Portugal is the name of several Portuguese queens, queens consort, princesses and infantas, some of whom reigned as Queen of Spain or other lands:

House of Burgundy (disambiguation)

The House of Burgundy was a cadet branch of the Capetian royal family that ruled the Duchy of Burgundy from 1032 until 1361. House of Burgundy may also refer to: House of Valois-Burgundy, a Valois cadet branch, ruling house of the Duchy of Burgun ...

Portrait of a Young Man

Portrait of a Young Man is a name given to many painted portraits in which the identity of the young male sitter has been lost to history. These include: Portrait of a Young Man Botticelli, London, by Sandro Botticelli, c. 1483 Portrait of a Youn ...

Year of the Three Kings

The Year of the Three Kings may refer to the following years in the history of England and the United Kingdom: 1066 in England: Harold Godwinson Earl of Hereford, William the Conqueror Duke of Normandy, and Harold Hardrada King of Norway all clai ...

James Livingston

James Livingston may refer to: James Livingston, 1st Earl of Newburgh 1622–1670, Scottish peer James Livingston ice hockey born 1990, hockey player for the Manchester Monarchs of the AHL James Livingston soldier 1840–1915, New Zealand soldier and ...

Walewijn van der Veen

Walewyn van der Veen was one of the first lawyers and Notary Publics in New Amsterdam 1662-1664. The Register of New Netherland 1626-1674 by E.B. O Callaghan LL.D, Page 123. He succeeded the lawyer Salomon LaChaire 1661-1662. In 1664 New Amsterda ...

Lachlan Maclean

Lachlan Maclean may refer to: Lachlan Maclean, 6th Laird of Coll Lachlan Bronneach Maclean fl. 1470s, 7th Clan Chief of Clan Maclean Lachlan Cattanach Maclean c. 1465–1523, 11th Clan Chief of Clan Maclean Lauchlan Maclean, 2nd Laird of Brolas 165 ...