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Thomas Duncan

Thomas Duncan may refer to: Thomas Eric Duncan 1972–2014, first person to die of Ebola in the United States Thomas Duncan American politician 1893–1959, Milwaukee Socialist senator and representative Thomas Young Duncan 1836–1914, New Zealand Lib ...

James Foley

James Foley may refer to: James D. Foley born 1942, American university professor in the field of human-computer interaction James Thomas Foley 1910–1990, American judge James Foley cricketer 1898–1969, Irish cricketer James A. Foley 1882–1946, A ...

William Brock

William Brock may refer to: William S. Brock 1895–1932, American aviator William Brock MP, MP for City of Chester William John Brock 1817–1863, religious writer William Emerson Brock 1872–1950, American politician, grandfather of Bill Brock Bill ...

Richard Doyle

Richard Doyle may refer to: Richard Doyle author born 1948, British thriller writer Dick Doyle Wexford hurler 1879–1946, Irish hurler Richard Doyle politician 1923–2003, Canadian senator, 1985–1998, journalist and author Richard Doyle illustrator ...

Ali Pasha

Ali Pasha was the name of numerous Ottoman pashas named Ali. It is most commonly used to refer to Ali Pasha of Ioannina. It may also refer to: Yavuz Ali Pasha died 1604, Ottoman grand vizier 1603–04 and governor of Egypt 1601–03 Abu l-Hasan Ali I ...

Rochdale (disambiguation)

Rochdale Sixth Form College, Rochdale, England, UK Rochdale College, a centre of the 1960s-70s youth counter culture in Toronto, Canada Rochdale Village, UCB, Berkeley, California, USA

Lady Dufferin

Lady Dufferin may refer to: Maureen Dufferin 1907– 1998, society figure who married Basil Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 4th Marquess of Dufferin and Ava in 1930 Lindy Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, Marchioness of Dufferin and Ava, artist, chatelaine of ...

John Doran

John Doran may refer to: John Doran ice hockey 1910–1975, Canadian ice hockey player John Doran tennis born 1978, Irish tennis player Jack Doran born John Francis Doran; 1896–1940, Irish footballer Johnny Doran actor born 1962, American child act ...

Steve Bennett

Stephen Bennett hurler born 1995, Irish hurler Stephen Bennett golfer born 1959, English professional golfer Steve Bennett referee born 1961, English football referee Steven Bennett footballer born 1991, English footballer

Longfellow (disambiguation)

Lester Piggott, jockey who was given the nickname "The Long Fellow" due to his large stature compared to other jockeys. Longfellow surname Andy Kim born 1952, Canadian singer-songwriter of Lebanese origin, a.k.a. Baron Longfellow or just Longfell ...

Giuseppe Garibaldi (disambiguation)

Giuseppe Garibaldi was a revolutionary and a father of modern Italy. Giuseppe Garibaldi may also refer to: Italian aircraft carrier Giuseppe Garibaldi 551 Giuseppe Garibaldi Trophy, a rugby union trophy awarded to the winner of the annual Six Nat ...

Jose Peña

Jose Peña may refer to: Jose Peña sprinter born 1979, Venezuelan track and field sprinter Jose Peña Suazo born 1967, Dominican Republican Latin singer Jose Peña steeplechaser born 1987, Venezuelan steeplechase athlete Jose Enrique de la Peña 1807 ...

Swedish Medical Society

The Swedish Medical Society is an independent and scientific professional organization formed by Swedish physicians, including doctors from all medical specialties. Its aims are the promoting of research, education, quality in health care

Andrew Moore

Andrew B. Moore 1807–1873, governor of the U.S. state of Alabama Andrew Moore politician 1752–1821, U.S. Representative and Senator from Virginia

Charles Coleman

Charles Coleman artist born 1977, American record producer and songwriter Charles Coleman actor 1885–1951, Australian-American actor Charles C. Coleman director 1900–1972, American film director Charles Coleman English painter 1807–1874, English ...

George Rose

George Rose may refer to: George Henry Rose 1771–1855, his son, British Member of Parliament and Clerk of the Parliaments, 1818–1855 George Rose businessman, British businessman George Rose photographer, American photographer George Rose American ...

Nathan Brown

Nathan Brown may refer to: Nathan Brown writer born c. 1974, Australian, also editor Nathan J. Brown political scientist born 1958, political scientist & academic Nathan Brown Australian footballer, born 1988, player with St Kilda Nathan Brown mi ...

Robert E. Lee (disambiguation)

Robert E. Lee FCC 1912–1993, Commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission Robert E. Lee Jr. 1843–1914, youngest son of Robert E. Lee, soldier, planter, businessman, author, and a scholar Robert E. Lee, early 1970s WCFL disk jockey Robert ...

The Libertine

The Libertine may refer to: The Libertines album, a 2004 album by The Libertines The Libertine 2004 film, starring Johnny Depp, John Malkovich, Samantha Morton, and Rosamund Pike "The Libertine" song, a song by Patrick Wolf The Libertines, a Brit ...

Members of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences is an organization dedicated to the advancement of science and literature in the Netherlands. The academy is housed in the Trippenhuis in Amsterdam. Founded in 1808, members are appointed for lif ...

William Gallagher

William Gallagher may refer to: Billy Gallagher footballer 1885–1959, Australian rules footballer Liam Gallagher William John Paul Gallagher, born 1972, Oasis singer Bill Gallagher inventor Alfred William Gallagher, 1911–1990, New Zealand busines ...

Francis Thompson (disambiguation)

Francis Thompson was an English poet and ascetic. Francis Thompson may also refer to: Francis G. Thompson born 1931, author of books on the Scottish Highlands and Islands F. M. L. Thompson 1925–2017, English economic and social historian Francis ...

James Wells

James Wells may refer to: James B. Wells Jr. 1850–1923, American judge and Democratic politician James Pearson Wells 1822–1896, Ontario farmer and political figure James Madison Wells 1808–1899, Governor of Louisiana James Wells cricketer, Englis ...

James Page

James or Jim Page may refer to: Jimmy Page footballer born 1964, Scottish footballer Jim Page skier born 1941, American Olympic skier James Page, Minneapolis attorney and founder of the James Page Brewing Company James H. Page, Chancellor of the ...

Joseph Walton

Joseph Walton footballer 1868–1940, English association footballer of the 1890s Joe Walton footballer, born 1925 1925–2006, English association footballer Joe Walton footballer, born 1884 1884–?, English association footballer of the 1900s Joe Wa ...

Charles Griffith

Charles Griffith may refer to: Charles Griffith judoka born 1963, Venezuelan judoka Charlie Griffith born 1938, Barbadian cricketer Charles Duncan Griffith 1830–1906, British colonial administrator and army officer Charles B. Griffith 1930–2007, ...

Henry Clark

Henry A. Clark New York 1818–1906, New York politician Henry Alden Clark 1850–1944, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania Henry Toole Clark 1808–1874, Governor of North Carolina, 1861–1862 Henry Maitland Clark 1929–2012, Northern Irish colonial a ...

Emperor Alexander (ship)

In 1812 and after several ships were named Emperor Alexander for Emperor Alexander I, following his victory over Napoleon: Emperor Alexander 1813 Scarborough ship was launched in Scarborough. She traded to the Mediterranean, North America, and Br ...

William Holden (disambiguation)

William Holden was an American film actor. William Holden may also refer to: William Holden politician 1867–1871, 11th Lieutenant Governor of California Bill Holden baseball 1889–1971, American baseball player William Woods Holden 1818–1892, gove ...

Brewster

Little Brewster Island Middle Brewster Island Great Brewster Island

Malcolm Cameron

Malcolm Cameron may refer to: Malcolm Graeme Cameron 1857–1925, lawyer and member of the Ontario legislative assembly Cam Cameron Malcolm Cameron, born 1961, American football coach Malcolm Cameron Australian politician 1873–1935, Australian poli ...

Peter Fitzgerald

Peter Fitzgerald may refer to: Peter Fitzgerald politician born 1960, United States Senator from Illinois, 1999–2005 Peter Fitzgerald footballer 1937–2013, former Irish football player Peter Fitzgerald athlete born 1953, Australian former sprinte ...

Listing

Listing may refer to: Enumeration of a set of items in the form of a list Johann Benedict Listing 1808–1882, German mathematician Designation as a listed building in the United Kingdom Listing finance, the placing of a companys shares on the list ...

Oury

Oury, Burkina Faso, a town in Burkina Faso Oury Department, the surrounding department in Bale Province, Burkina Faso Saint-Martin-du-Mesnil-Oury, a commune in Normandy, France Aly Oury, a town in Senegal

Thomas Buchanan

Thomas Buchanan is the name of: Thomas Boughton Buchanan 1833–1924, Archdeacon of Wilts from 1874 until 1911 Thomas Buchanan Liberal politician 1846–1911, Scottish Liberal politician, Under-Secretary of State for India Thomas Buchanan Governor of ...

Stranahan

Stranahan may refer to: R. A. Stranahan Arboretum, 47 acres 190.000 m 2 in Toledo, Ohio, USA, containing 1500 trees from USA, China, Serbia, Japan, and Norway Stranahans Colorado Whiskey, 94 proof, small-batch whiskey distilled in Denver, Colorad ...

Princess Marie of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach

Princess Marie of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach may refer to: Princess Marie of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach 1808–1877, daughter of Charles Frederick, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach and wife of Prince Charles of Prussia Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia ...

James Tucker

Jim Tucker Louisiana politician born 1964, Speaker of the Louisiana House Jim Guy Tucker born 1943, former Governor of Arkansas James Roy Tucker 1909–1987, member of Canadian Parliament from Newfoundland James Tucker Canadian politician 1857–1918 ...

Francis Thornton Barrett

Francis Thornton Barrett, LL.D., was the first Librarian of The Mitchell Library in Glasgow, Lanarkshire. As City Librarian, he initiated and developed public libraries throughout the city. He was also a founding member, and the first President, ...

William Hanna (disambiguation)

William Hanna was an American animator, director, producer and cartoon artist. William or Bill Hanna may also refer to: William Fahmy Hanna born 1928, Egyptian Olympic athlete William John Hanna 1862–1919, lawyer and political figure in Ontario, ...

Embargo (disambiguation)

An embargo is the partial or complete prohibition of commerce and trade with a particular country. Embargo may also refer to: Baggage embargo, a limitation on checked baggage Arms embargo, an embargo that applies to weaponry "The Embargo," a poem ...

Pioneer Girl

Pioneer Girl: The Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder, 1998 picture-book biography of Wilder by William Anderson, illus. Dan Andreasen Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Pioneer Girls World View: Selected Newspaper Columns, 2014 collection edited by Morgan Lane L ...

Lamberton

Judge Robert Lamberton 1809–1885, Venango County Judge and founder of the Lamberton Savings Bank, Franklin, Pa. Benjamin P. Lamberton 1844–1912, admiral Robert Eneas Lamberton 1886–1941, politician Ken Lamberton born 1958, American writer and for ...

Warburton

Warburton Ledge, Antarctica Warburton Peak, South Georgia

Finland (disambiguation)

Finland is a country in Northern Europe. Finland may also refer to: Finland, a settlement in New Sweden at the site of modern Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania Grand Duchy of Finland, predecessor state of the modern country, 1809–1917 Suomi-Finland,a 198 ...

Edward Crawford

Edward Crawford may refer to: People Ed Crawford American football 1934–2017, American college athlete and NFL player Ed Crawford born 1964, American lead singer of Firehose, also known as "ed fROMOHIO" Edward James Frederick Crawford c.1809–1880 ...

Colibri

Colibri may refer to COLIBRI, a Lisp machine co-processor Rey Mysterio born 1974, wrestler, by ring name Colibri bird, a genus of hummingbird Estadio Nido del Colibri, a multi-use stadium in Cuernavaca, Mexico Colibri Group, suppliers of cigarett ...

Curacoa

Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Curacoa: HMS Curacoa D41, a C-class light cruiser launched in 1917 and accidentally sunk by RMS Queen Mary in 1942 HMS Curacoa 1854, a wood-screw frigate launched in 1854, she was flagship of the A ...

Johann Ulrich von Salis-Soglio

Johann Ulrich von Salis-Soglio was a Swiss General who in the year of 1847 commanded the conservative Sonderbund alliance in the Sonderbund War.

Landshut (disambiguation)

Landshut is a city in Bavaria, Germany. Landshut may also refer to: Landshuter Hochzeit Wedding of Landshut, a medieval pageant Landshut, Switzerland, a former municipality and district in the Canton of Bern, Switzerland. Now part of Utzenstorf L ...