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William Elliot

William Elliot of Wells 1696–1764, English army officer, courtier and MP William Elliot Irish politician 1766–1818, MP and Chief Secretary for Ireland William Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 3rd Earl of Minto 1814–1891, British Whig politician, MP for ...

Edward Barry

Eddie Barry ice hockey 1919–2016, American ice hockey player Edward Barry cricketer 1898–1965, Irish cricketer Son Barry 1877–1959, Australian rules footballer for Essendon, real name Edward Barry Ed Barry baseball 1882–1920, American Baseball pi ...

Cranfield (disambiguation)

Cranfield Court, demolished country house in Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England Cranfield Icefalls, series of icefalls in Oates Land, Antarctica Cranfield Point, southernmost point of Northern Ireland Cranfield Peak, peak in the Queen Elizabeth Ran ...

Intelligence Directorate of the Main Staff of the Russian Navy

Intelligence Directorate of the Main Staff of the Russian Navy is one of the intelligence services in Russia, created as the Intelligence department of the Soviet navy in 1938, although it has earlier roots. On February 16, 1938, by order of the ...

John Strange

John Strange may refer to: John Strange diplomat 1732–1799, son of the above; natural philosopher and diplomat Sir John Strange English politician 1696–1754, English barrister, politician and master of the rolls John Strange Wisconsin politician ...

Anne Smith (disambiguation)

Anne Smith is an American tennis player active in the 1980s. Ann or Anne Smith may also refer to: Anne Smith footballer born 1951, New Zealand international football soccer player Anne Smith, Lady Smith born 1955, Scottish Supreme Court judge Ann ...

Anne Howard

Anne Howard or Ann Howard may refer to: Anne Howard, Countess of Arundel 1557–1630, English poet, noblewoman, and religious conspirator Ann Howard singer 1934–2014, British opera singer in The Arcadians Anne Howard actress 1925–1991, American act ...

Judge Smith (disambiguation)

William Smith judge, William Smith 1697–1769 was a judge of the Province of New York Janet Smith judge, Dame Janet Hilary Smith, DBE born 29 November 1940, styled The Rt Hon. Lady Justice Smith, is a British judge Robert Smith judge, Justice Robe ...

Ranelagh (disambiguation)

Ranelagh, Buenos Aires, a suburb of Buenos Aires, Argentina Ranelagh, Tasmania Ranelagh, a residential area and urban village on the south side of Dublin, Ireland Ranelagh, Ontario

Almeria (disambiguation)

Port of Almeria, the commercial port of Almeria Almeria, a city in Spain, capital of the province of Almeria Almeria, Nebraska Almeria, Colima, a municipio in Mexico Almeria, Biliran, a municipality in the Philippines Province of Almeria, in sout ...

Senta (disambiguation)

Senta may refer to: Places: 550 Senta, an asteroid Sennybridge Training Area SENTA, a UK Ministry of Defence military training area in Wales Senta, a town and municipality in Serbia People: Senta Berger born 1941, Austrian actress and producer Se ...

Archibald Stuart (disambiguation)

Archibald Stuart was a Virginian lawyer and politician. Archibald Stuart or Stewart may also refer to: Archibald Stewart, trade unionist Sir Archibald Stewart, 1st Baronet, of Castlemilk, commissioner for Renfrewshire Parliament of Scotland const ...

List of schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Miami

Basilica School of St. Mary Star of the Sea Key West

Amphitrite (disambiguation)

Amphitrite 1887, a 44-m British then German schooner currently belonging to Clipper DJS Amphitrite yacht 2001, a luxury yacht once belonging to American actor Johnny Depp French Frigate Amphitrite, a French sailing ship who carried a Jesuit missi ...

Dumesnil

Suzanne Dechevaux-Dumesnil 1900–1989, tennis-partner, lover and later wife of Samuel Beckett Bryan Dumesnil born 1983, Canadian pitcher Louis Gaulard Dumesnil died 1702, French operatic tenor Cheryl Dumesnil born 1969, American poet and editor Ja ...

Maupertuis (disambiguation)

Maupertuis may refer to: Maupertuis crater, a lunar crater named after Pierre Louis Maupertuis Maupertuis principle, a formulation of the principle of least action Pierre Louis Maupertuis 1698–1759, a French mathematician and philosopher Maupertu ...

Peter Thompson

Peter Thompson footballer, born 1942 1942–2018, English football outside left Peter Thompson Northern Ireland footballer born 1984, Northern Irish football player Peter Thompson footballer, born 1936, English football centre forward Peter Thompso ...

Robert Anstruther

Robert Anstruther may refer to: Robert Hamilton Anstruther 1862–1938, Royal Navy officer Sir Robert Anstruther, 5th Baronet 1834–1886, MP for Fife 1864–1880 and St. Andrews 1885–1886, Lord Lieutenant of Fife 1864–1886 Robert Anstruther diplomat d ...

Wufeng

Wufeng, Hsinchu, town in Hsinchu County Wufeng, Taichung, district in Taichung WuFeng University, private university in Chiayi

Budworth

Budworth may refer to: People: William Budworth 1699–1745, schoolmaster at Brewood in Staffordshire, England Neil Budworth born 1982, English rugby league footballer Charles Budworth 1869–1921, British artillery officer Richard Budworth 1867–1937 ...

Hugh MacDonald

Hugh MacDonald may refer to: Hugh Macdonald Australian politician 1850–1906, member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly Hugh MacDonald filmmaker, film director, nominated for an Academy Award for Animated Short Film Hugh MacDonald bishop ...

Chitnis Bakhar

Shakakarte Chhatrapati Shri Shivaji Maharaj yanche Saptaprakaranatmak Charitra, better known as Chitnis Bakhar, is a Marathi language biography of Shivaji, the founder of the Maratha Empire. It was written by Malhar Ram Rao Chitnis, whose great-g ...

Clinopodium menthifolium

Clinopodium menthifolium, commonly known as the wood calamint or woodland calamint, is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae. It is found throughout southern and central Europe from the United Kingdom and east as far as temperate p ...

Asians in the Americas

Asian Hispanic and Latino Americans South Asian American East Asian American Southeast Asian American Asian Americans United States Asian Caribbean Marabou Dougla Chinese Caribbean Asian Canadians Indo-Caribbean Asian Peruvian Asian Brazilian Asi ...

Walter Taylor

Walter Taylor may refer to: Australia Walter Taylor contractor 1872–1955, Australian builder of Brisbane landmarks United Kingdom Walter Taylor mathematician c. 1700–1743/4, tutor at Trinity College, Cambridge Walter Ross Taylor 1805–1896, Scotti ...

John Penn

John Penn may refer to: John Penn "the American" 1700–1746, son of William Penn, 2nd proprietor of Pennsylvania, inherited 50% interest in Colony, died childless John Penn writer 1760–1834, son of Thomas Penn and grandson of William Penn, 5th pro ...

John Wyatt

John Wyatt may refer to: John Wyatt shortstop born 1947, 1st round pick of the L.A. Dodgers in the 1965 draft John Wyatt bishop 1913–2004, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Spokane John Wyatt writer 1925–2006, writer and first Ranger to the Lake ...

Blue frog

A blue frog may refer to: Pierre, a blue frog character in Sesame Street Japan Rockit, a blue frog character in The Roly Mo Show Australian green tree frog Litoria caerulea, a frog in the family Hylidae native to Australia and New Guinea, actuall ...

Way of the World

"Way of the World", a song by Flipper from the Album – Generic Flipper The Way of the World album, a 2010 album by Mose Allison "Way of the World" Cheap Trick song, 1979 "Way of the World", a song by Genesis from We Cant Dance, 1991 "Way of the W ...

Campbeltown (disambiguation)

Campbeltown of Ardersier near Inverness, Scotland Campbeltown Parliament of Scotland constituency, constituency electing a Commissioner to the Estates of Scotland, 1700-1707

Huttenkopf

Huttenkopf is the name of following mountains and mountain peaks: Monzeler Huttenkopf 423.4 m, in the Moselle Hills, Rhineland-Palatinate Huttenkopf Harz 597.2 m, in Harz, Lower Saxony Mindelheimer Kopfl Huttenkopf ; 2180 m, in the Allgau Alps, B ...

Walter Murray

Walter Murray may refer to: Walter Murray Collegiate Institute, high school in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada Walter Charles Murray, president of the University of Saskatchewan, 1908–1937 Walter Murray printer, lawyer 1826 - 1875, involved in th ...

Leti

Leti can refer to: Gregorio Leti 1630–1701 Italian historian Leti, Punjab, a village and Union Council in Pakistan LETI, a nickname and an old title of Saint Petersburg State Electrotechnical University Leti language, language in Indonesia CEA-Le ...

Marie Genevieve Radix de Sainte-Foy

Marie Genevieve Radix de Sainte-Foy, was a French noble, mistress to Louis XV of France as well as to Louis, Dauphin of France in 1750-1751. She was the daughter of Claude Mathieu Radix, seigneur de Chevillon and Marie Elizabeth Genevieve Denis. ...

James Otis

James Otis may refer to: James Otis Sr. 1702–1778, Massachusetts lawyer and public official James Otis New York 1836–1898, member of the New York State Senate and a society leader during the Gilded Age James Otis Jr. 1725–1783, American revolutio ...

Scipio Africanus (disambiguation)

The name Scipio Africanus may refer to: George Africanus, George John Scipio Africanus, 1763–1834, West African slave who became an entrepreneur in England. Scipio Africanus, Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus, 235–183 BC, Roman general who defea ...

Blandford (disambiguation)

Blandford, officially known as Blandford Forum is a small historic market town in the English county of Dorset, United Kingdom. Blandford may also refer to: Places called Blandford Blandford, Ontario, Canada Blandford, Nova Scotia, Canada Blandfo ...

Sault

Canton of Sault, France Canton of Saint-Benoit-du-Sault, France Sault-Saint-Remy, France Sault-Brenaz, France Saint-Benoit-du-Sault, France Sault-de-Navailles, France Sault-les-Rethel, France Sault, Vaucluse, France

Harrington House

Harrington House may refer to: in the United Kingdom 13 Kensington Palace Gardens, known as Harrington House. Former townhouse of the Earl of Harrington and currently the residence of the Russian ambassador in London Harrington House, Craigs Cour ...

Samuel Scott

Samuel Scott may refer to: Samuel Fischer Scott 1907–1988, university director Samuel Gilbert Scott c. 1813–1841, American daredevil Samuel Scott painter 1702–1772, British painter known for his seascapes Sam Scott born 1990, British rugby league ...

George Faulkner (disambiguation)

George Faulkner was an Irish printer and publisher. George Faulkner may also refer to: George Faulkner wrestler, British Olympic wrestler George Faulkner ice hockey born 1933, Canadian ice hockey player George Faulkner cricketer 1873–?, English c ...

Battle of Guadeloupe

The name Battle of Guadeloupe refers to a number of military operations that took place on or near the French island of Guadeloupe in the Caribbean Sea: Battle of Guadeloupe 1759, a successful British invasion of the island during the Seven Years ...

Hochstadt

Hochstadt can refer to three battles: Battle of Hochstadt 1800 Battle of Hochstadt 1703 Battle of Blenheim 1704 - frequently referred to in Europe as the Battle of Hochstadt. It also the name of different places in Germany: a subdivision of WeSli ...

Kersaint

Kersaint may refer to: Guy Pierre Kersaint 1747–1822, French Navy officer, son of Guy François de Kersaint Joseph Coetnempren de Kersaint 1746 - 1797, French Navy officer, son of Guy François de Kersaint Armand de Kersaint 1742–1793, French Navy ...

Tommaso Rues

Tommaso Rues was a Baroque sculptor active mainly in Venice; he contributed many of the statues outside of the church of the Salute. His works can be seen in a number of other Venetian churches including the Redentore, San Pantalon, and San Clemente.

Robert Bernard

Robert Bernard may refer to: Sir Robert Bernard, 1st Baronet 1601–1666, English lawyer and politician Robert Bernard advocate-general c. 1808–1840, lawyer and parliamentarian in South Australia Sir Robert Bernard, 5th Baronet c. 1740–1789, MP for ...

Henry Holmes

Henry Holmes may refer to: Henry Holmes died 1738, English Member of Parliament for Yarmouth Isle of Wight Henry Holmes composer 1839–1905, English composer and violinist Henry Holmes Confederate soldier 1827–1865, commanded a detachment of Confe ...

Governor Hamilton

Governor Hamilton may refer to: John Marshall Hamilton 1847–1905, 18th Governor of Illinois Otho Hamilton died 1770, Governor of Placentia from 1744 to 1764 William Gerard Hamilton 1729–1796, English statesman and Irish politician Henry Hamilton ...

Governor Johnson

Governor Johnson may refer to: Gary Johnson born 1953, Governor of New Mexico Nathaniel Johnson politician 1644–1713, Governor of the Leeward Islands in 1686 and Governor of the Province of Carolina from 1703 to 1709 Henry Johnson Louisiana polit ...