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Pierre Petit

Pierre Petit may refer to: Pierre Petit de Julleville 1876–1947, French Catholic archbishop Pierre Petit politician born 1930, Martinique politician Pierre Petit composer 1922–2000, French composer Pierre Petit photographer 1832–1909, French phot ...

                                               

Audran

The Audrans were a family of French artists, natives of Paris and Lyons. Benoit Audran the Younger 1698-1772, son of Benoit the Elder Claude Audran II 1639-1684, nephew of Charles I Jean Audran 1667-1756, nephew of Gerard Charles Audran I 1594-16 ...

                                               

Fortune teller (disambiguation)

Paper fortune teller, a type of origami "The Fortuneteller," an episode of the animated TV series Avatar: The Last Airbender The Fortune Teller de La Tour painting, a painting of circa 1630 by the French artist Georges de La Tour, depicting a sim ...

                                               

Peard

Peard may refer to: People George Peard 1594–1645, English politician John Whitehead Peard 1811-1880, British soldier, the son of Shuldham Peard Frances Mary Peard 1835-1923, English novelist Shuldham Peard 1761–1832, British admiral, father of J ...

                                               

Heda

Willem Claeszoon Heda 1594–1680, Dutch painter of still lives Antoni Heda 1916–2008, Polish military commander Heda Margolius Kovaly, Czech author

                                               

Gokurakuji

Gokuraku-ji Toyooka - founded in Toyooka, Hyōgo Prefecture Gokuraku-ji founded in Kamakura in 1188, which was later renamed Jōmyō-ji A number of Buddhist temples in Japan Gokuraku-ji Kitakami in Kitakami, Iwate Prefecture Gokuraku-ji Kobe founded ...

                                               

François du Val de Fontenay-Mareuil

François du Val, Marquis de Fontenay-Mareuil was a French soldier, diplomat, and historian. He was brought up at the Court of Louis XIII.; served with Mayenne in Spain; with Nevers at Ratisbon; under Boisdauphin at the siege of Soissons ; in 1619 ...

                                               

John Corbet

John Corbet may refer to: Sir John Corbet, 1st Baronet, of Stoke upon Tern 1594–1662, MP for Shropshire Sir John Corbet, 1st Baronet, of Sprowston 1591–1628, MP for Norfolk and Yarmouth John Corbet, 3rd Baron Corbet died 1347, last member of the ...

                                               

Dean House

Dean House, Edinburgh, near Edinburgh in 1594 and in or near modern Edinburgh, site of incident involving Provost of Edinburgh Alexander Home of North Berwick

                                               

Gustav Adolf of Sweden

Gustav Adolf of Sweden - English also: Gustavus Adolphus ; Swedish: Gustav Adolf and: Gustaf Adolf - may refer to: Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden Gustav II Adolf, 1594-1632, King of Sweden 1611-1632 Prince Gustaf Adolf, Duke of Vasterbotten 1906-194 ...

                                               

Leeuwin (1653)

The Leeuwin was a 400-ton jacht of the Dutch East India Company that travelled to the East Indies twice starting 3 April 1653. It wrecked near Macassar on 24 December 1664.

                                               

Leeuwin (ship)

Three ships of the Dutch East India Company and its pre-companies have been named Leeuwin, including the galleon from which parts of the southwest coastline of Australia were first mapped in March 1622. Leeuwin 1598 had a tonnage of 250 and was o ...

                                               

David Buchanan

David Buchanan may refer to: David Buchanan footballer, born 1986, professional footballer David Buchanan footballer, born 1962, English professional footballer David Buchanan baseball born 1989, American professional baseball pitcher David Bucha ...

                                               

Ur-Ningirsu I

Ur-Ningirsu I, was a Sumerian ruler of the state of Lagash in Southern Mesopotamia who ruled c. 2200 BCE. He much less known and documented than Ur-Ningirsu II, generally just called Ur-Ningirsu. The existence of Ur-Ningirsu I was proved by an in ...

                                               

Hunting (disambiguation)

Good Will Hunting, a 1997 film Hunting film, 1991 Australian film "Hunting" House, a 2005 episode of the television series House The Hunting, a 2019 Australian TV series

                                               

Charles Stanhope

Charles Stanhope may refer to: Charles Stanhope 1708–1736, British MP for Derby 1730–6 Charles Stanhope, 12th Earl of Harrington, born 1945, 210th in the Sunday Times Rich List 2004 Charles Stanhope, 3rd Earl Stanhope 1753–1816, British statesman ...

                                               

David McGill

David McGill or MacGill may refer to: David McGill footballer born 1981, Irish footballer David MacGill died 1595, Lord Advocate of Scotland David McGill soccer born 1960, Canadian soccer player David McGill writer born 1942, New Zealand writer D ...

                                               

Siani (surname)

Siani is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include: Sebastien Siani born 1986, Cameroonian footballer Giancarlo Siani 1959–1985, Italian journalist Valentino Siani c. 1595 – 1672, Italian luthier Sammy Siani born 2000, American ...

                                               

Mohammed III

Mohammed III may refer to: Mehmed III, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1595 to 1603 Mohammed III Shammaa Zengi, Prince of Zengid Dynasty from 1883 – 1954 Muhammed III, Sultan of Granada 1256–1310, son of Muhammed II al-Faqih and third Nasrid ru ...

                                               

Philip Fisher

Philip Fisher may refer to: Philip Edward Fisher born 1979, British classical pianist Philip Fisher 1596–1652, a.k.a. Thomas Copley, English religious leader Philip Arthur Fisher 1907-2004, American stock investor, pioneer in the field of growth ...

                                               

Katherine Doyley Dyer

Katherine Doyley Dyer notable for the epitaph she placed on her husbands tomb at Colmworth, Bedfordshire, England Katherine was one of the four daughters of John Doyley d. 1593 and Anne Barnard, and was a co-heir of the Doyley estate at Merton. A ...

                                               

Lapeyrere (disambiguation)

Jeanne-Therese Lapeyrere 1845–1907, French writer, mainly under the pen name Paul Aigremont Augustin Boue de Lapeyrere 1852–1924, French admiral and Minister of the Navy 1909–1911 Josee Lapeyrere 1944–2007, French writer and psychoanalyst Albert ...

                                               

Joseph Neumann

Joseph Neumann was a Jesuit missionary in colonial Mexico. Neumann was born at Brussels in the Spanish Netherlands on 5 August 1648, and joined the Jesuits as a teenager. He was admitted to the Society on 24 September 1663 and sent to complete hi ...

                                               

George Powell

George Powell may refer to: George Powell sealer 1794–1824, English seal hunter and Antarctic explorer Gap Powell George A. Powell, 1898–1989, American football player for Oregon State University George Henry Powell 1880–1951, British songwriter ...

                                               

Edward Lake (disambiguation)

Lake Edouard Quebec, a lake in Upper-Batiscanie, Quebec, Canada Lake Edward Minnesota, a lake in Minnesota, United States Lake Edward, a lake in Africa

                                               

Henry Abbott

Henry Abbott or Abbot may refer to: Henry Livermore Abbott 1842–1864, American civil war soldier Henry Abbott journalist, basketball journalist, founder of TrueHoop Henry Abbott 1834 - 1876, British merchant acting as Consul for Germany in Tessal ...

                                               

Thomas Blake

Thomas Blake may refer to: Thomas Blake Glover 1838–1911, Scottish merchant associated with Japan Sir Thomas Blake, 2nd Baronet died 1642 Thomas Blake cricketer 1805–1895, English cricketer Thomas Blake minister c. 1597–1657, English clergyman an ...

                                               

James Douglas, 5th Earl of Buchan

James Douglas, 5th Earl of Buchan was a Scottish courtier and landowner. He was the eldest son of Christina Stewart, 4th Countess of Buchan and Robert Douglas, son of Sir Robert Douglas of Lochleven and Margaret Erskine. The houses of the Earls o ...

                                               

Elizabeth Cromwell (disambiguation)

Elizabeth Cromwell may refer to: Close relations of Oliver Cromwell Elizabeth Cromwell, nee Russell –1687 wife of Henry Cromwell Elizabeth Wyckes, wife of Thomas Cromwell, 1st Earl of Essex Elizabeth Cromwell, 1650– daughter of Richard Cromwell E ...

                                               

Picuris Mountains

The Picuris Mountains are a mountain range in northern New Mexico. They are considered a subrange of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The mountains are located to the east of Dixon and surround Picuris Pueblo to the west, north, and east. The rang ...

                                               

John May

John C. C. May born 1964, chief executive of Career Academies UK and member of the World Scout Committee John May shipwright, English shipwright in Dutch service John May angel investor, manager of Business Angel investment groups John C. May, Pr ...

                                               

Eduard Poppius

Eduard Poppius was a Dutch pastor and theologian. He was one of the founders of the Remonstrant Brotherhood and a participant to the Synod of Dordrecht.

                                               

Bare Bones

Bare Bones, Barebone or Barebones may refer to: Barebones Parliament, a form of government in 17th century England, named after Praise-God Barebone Bare Bones Madeleine Peyroux album, a 2009 album Bare Bones Bryan Adams album, a 2010 live acousti ...

                                               

Villeroy

Villeroy, Seine-et-Marne, a commune in the French region of Ile-de-France Villeroy, Yonne, a commune in the French region of Bourgogne Villeroy, Quebec, a municipality in the province of Quebec Villeroy, Somme, a commune in the French region of P ...

                                               

Chungmu

Chungmu may refer to: Chungmu 충무, 忠武, the posthumous name given to the great military commanders of the Joseon Dynasty. Those who were given the posthumous title are called Chungmugong 충무공, 忠武公. Chungmugong Kim Eung-ha Chungmugong Kim S ...

                                               

John Britton

John Britton may refer to: John Britton doctor 1925–1994, abortion provider, killed by Paul Jennings Hill Jack Britton 1885–1962, boxer John Britton baseball,baseball player John Britton badminton, Scottish-American badminton player John Britton ...

                                               

Peter Mills

Peter Mills may refer to: Peter Mills RAF officer born 1955, Church of Scotland minister and former head of the RAF Chaplains Branch Peter Mills Chicago Fire, a fictional character from the TV series Chicago Fire Peter Mills 1598–1670, English br ...

                                               

Suleiman Pasha

Suleiman Pasha may refer to one of the following persons: Ermeni Suleyman Pasha died 1687, Ottoman grand vizier Suleyman Pasha son of Orhan c. 1316–1357, Ottoman son of Orhan Suleyman Sabri Pasha 1873–1941, officer of the Ottoman Army and the gen ...

                                               

Duc dAiguilion

The French title Duc dAiguilion may refer to any one of its holders: Charles of Lorraine, Duke of Mayenne 1599–1611 Henry Duke of Mayenne 1611–1621 son of Charles duke of Mayenne Incorporated to the French crown 1621–1638. Cardinal Richelieu purc ...

                                               

Richard Mason

Richard Mason novelist, 1919–1997, English author of The World of Suzie Wong Richard Mason novelist, born 1977, English writer, the author of The Drowning People Richard Mason Welsh author 1816–1881, printer and author

                                               

Count of Montijo

Count of Montijo is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain accompanied by the dignity of Grandee, granted in 1599 by Philip III to Juan Portocarrero, Lord of Montijo, mayordomo mayor and a knight of the Order of Santiago.

                                               

Passionate Pilgrim

The Passionate Pilgrim is an anthology of twenty poems published in 1599 as the work of William Shakespeare, though his authorship of many of the individual poems in the collection is doubted. Passionate Pilgrim may also refer to: The Passionate ...

                                               

Old Ironsides

Norman Keith Collins aka Sailor Jerry, "Old Ironsides" was his nickname on his radio show Oliver Cromwell 1599–1658, English general, Lord Protector and politician whose nickname was "Old Ironsides" USS Constitution, a 44-gun United States Navy f ...

                                               

Iowa Library Association

The Iowa Library Association is a professional organization for Iowas librarians and library workers. It is headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa. It was founded on September 2, 1890, in Des Moines, Iowa at the State Library in the Iowa State Capitol ...

                                               

Klavs Randsborg

Klavs Randsborg was a Danish archaeologist. He was Professor of World Archaeology at the University of Copenhagen, where he spent most of his academic life. He was also at times Visiting Professor at various British, Dutch and German universities ...

                                               

Bosmania membranacea

Bosmania membranacea is a species of fern in the family Polypodiaceae, subfamily Microsoroideae. It is native to tropical and subtropical Asia, from India to Japan and south to Sulawesi.

                                               

Elizabeth Devick

Elizabeth Devick was a servant of Anne of Denmark. She was a member of the household of Magdalen Wood, the wife of the English diplomat Thomas Edmondes. In May 1615 Edmondes gave her £100 after the death of his wife, for her long service. At the ...

                                               

François Caron (disambiguation)

François Caron politician 1766 – 1848, representative of Saint-Maurice in the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada François Caron hockey player 1984 -, Canadian hockey player François Caron actor, French cinema and television actor François Caron ...

                                               

James Dillon

James Dillon may refer to: James Dillon production designer, British production designer James J. Dillon born 1942, retired American professional wrestler and manager James Dillon Australian politician 1880–1949, Victorian State politician for th ...

                                               

Hugh Hamilton

Baron Hugo Hamilton died 1724, Swedish military commander and nephew of Hugh Hamilton, 1st Viscount of Glenawly Hugh Hamilton, 1st Viscount of Glenawly c. 1600–1678, Irish aristocrat, soldier in Swedish and English service Hugh Hamilton sailor 18 ...