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Chamber of Peers

The Chamber of Peers or House of Peers refers to the legislative upper house in several countries with a peerage: Chamber of Most Worthy Peers Portugal from 1826–1838 and again from 1842–1910 The British House of Lords is known as the "House of P ...

George St George

George St George may refer to: Sir George St George 1583−1660, Irish MP, Vice-Admiral of Connaught Sir George St George Carrick MP fl. 1640–1713, Irish politician, MP for Carrick St George St George, 1st Baron Saint George c. 1715–1775, Irish pol ...

Galvanus

Galvanus may refer to: People Galvanus de Levanto fl. 14th century, also called Galvanus Januensis, Galvanus of Genoa, and Galvano de Gines), Italian theologian, physician to Pope Benedict XII Galvanus de Bettino c. 1335–c. 1394, also called Galv ...

Shah Jahan (disambiguation)

Shah Jahan politician born 1952, Pakistani politician Shahjahan Mia, Bangladesh Awami League politician and former Religious Affairs Minister Shajahan Khan born 1952, Bangladesh Awami League politician and former Shipping Minister Shah Jahan II 1 ...

Rai Bagan

Rai Bagan RaiBagan or Royal Tigress was the title given by Aurangzeb to Savitribai Deshmukh, wife of Raje Udaram Deshmukh of Mahur Sarkar in Deccan. Story behind the title: In 1658, Aurangzeb rebelled against his father Shahjahan, when he heard a ...

Principality of Rus

Principality of Rus or Duchy of Rus may refer to: Principality of Halychian Rus, an East Slavic medieval state, centered in Halych Principality of Rus 1658, a proposed state in Eastern Europe Principality of Volhynian Rus, an East Slavic medieval ...

Ruthenia (disambiguation)

Ruthenia may refer to: Ruthenia, a name applied to various East Slavic lands Black Ruthenia, an East Slavic historical region Red Ruthenia, an East Slavic historical region White Ruthenia, an East Slavic historical region Carpathian Ruthenia, an ...

Lord Cullen

Lord Cullen may refer to: Brien Cokayne, 1st Baron Cullen of Ashbourne 1864–1932, British businessman and banker Francis Grant, Lord Cullen 1658/1663–1726, Scottish judge, Solicitor General for Scotland and Lord of Session Robert Cullen, Lord Cul ...

Pachychoroid disorders of the macula

Pachychoroid disorders of the macula represent a group of diseases affecting the central part of the retina of the eye, the macula. Due to thickening and congestion of the highly vascularized layer underneath the macula, the choroid, damage to th ...

Chute

Chute may refer to: Escape chute, an emergency exit utilized where conventional fire escapes are impractical Squeeze chute, a cage for restraining a farm animal Mail chute, a letter collection device Chute in North America, a cattle race, a chann ...

Creech

Creech is an Anglo-Saxon word for a hill of a particular abrupt pointed sort. Creech may refer to: Creech Grange Creech Air Force Base, a United States Air Force base in Nevada The Creech, comic book series Creech, Arkansas Creech St Michael Cree ...

Sainte-Helene

Sainte-Helene is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: Sainte-Helene-Bondeville, in the Seine-Maritime department Sainte-Helene, in the Vosges department Sainte-Helene, in the Saone-et-Loire department Sainte-Helene, in the ...

Matthew Clark (disambiguation)

Matthew Clark is a United Kingdom based drinks distributor. Matthew or Matt Clark may also refer to: Matthew H. Clark born 1937, American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church Matt Clark actor born 1936, American actor and director Matt Clark base ...

Stanislaw Potocki

Stanislaw Potocki may refer to: Stanislaw Potocki 1782-1831, Russian commander in the Patriotic War of 1812, son of Stanislaw Szczesny Stanislaw Szczesny Potocki 1753–1805, voivode, Artillery General Stanislaw Antoni Potocki 1837–1884 Stanislaw P ...

David Paton (disambiguation)

David Paton is a British bassist, guitarist and singer. David Paton may also refer to: David Paton architect 1801–1882, Scots-born architect known for North Carolina State Capitol Dave Paton canoeist, American slalom canoeist, see 1989 Canoe Slal ...

Sir John Macgregor Murray, 1st Baronet

John Murray was born on 10 April 1745, the eldest son of the Major Evan Murray 1710–1778, an officer in the 88th Foot, by his wife Janet, daughter of John Macdonald of Balgony. Murray was part of Clan Gregor or Macgregor, but had been forced to a ...

Interregnum (disambiguation)

An interregnum is a period of discontinuity in a government, organization, or social order. Interregnum may also refer to: Interregnum 1649–1660, a period in the history of England, Ireland, and Scotland Interregnum England Interregnum Ireland In ...

Francesco Bruni

Francesco Bruni may refer to: Francesco Bruni Senator born 1964, politician on List of members of the Italian Senate, 2013–18 Francesco Bruni sailor born 1973, Italian Olympic sailor Francesco Bruni screenwriter born 1961, Italian screenwriter an ...

Princess Victoria

Princess Victoria Kaiulani of the Hawaiian Islands 1875–1899, heiress apparent during Queen Liliuokalanis reign Princess Victoria Kamamalu Kaahumanu IV of the Hawaiian Islands 1838–1866, heiress apparent during the reign of Kamehameha V

Garnock

Garnock may refer to: The River Garnock in North Ayrshire, Scotland Garnock RFC, a rugby club located at Lochshore, Glengarnock. Garnock Academy in Kilbirnie, a secondary school formed in 1971. Garnock Way soap opera, produced by Scottish Televis ...

HDMS Ornen (1694)

HDMS Ornen was a frigate in the Royal Danish Navy active during the Great Northern War Launched on 17 November 1694 in Copenhagen Nyholm, this frigate had been built to a design by Schoits. With a crew of 70, and armed with twenty four-pound cann ...

Sir John Cole, 1st Baronet

Sir John Cole, 1st Baronet was an Anglo-Irish politician. Cole was a Royalist who, as Governor of Enniskillen, had been a prominent promoter of the interests of Charles II of England. On 23 January 1661 he was made a baronet, of Newland in the Ba ...

Bergen (disambiguation)

Burgin, Kentucky, originally known as Bergen in the 19th century Bergen Township, New Jersey 1661–1862 Bergen City, New Jersey Bergen Township, New Jersey 1893–1902 Bergen, New Netherland

Garcia II

Garcia II may refer to: Garcia Sanchez of Castile died 1029 was the last independent count of Castile Garcia Sanchez II of Pamplona died 1000–1004, called the Trembling, the Tremulous, or the Trembler, king of Pamplona from 994 until his death Ga ...

Rescission

Rescission is the noun form of the verb "to rescind." It may refer to: The Rescission Act of 1946, a United States law that retroactively annulled benefits that would have been payable to Filipino troops during the time that the Philippines was a ...

Jiangnan (disambiguation)

Jiangnan Province, a defunct province existed in the early Qing dynasty. Reorganized from South Zhili of Ming dynasty, it was roughly parallelled to a combination of Jiangsu, Shanghai and Anhui nowadays. In 1661, the east part and the west part w ...

Edward Sackville (died 1714)

Edward Sackville was an English soldier and landowner, rising to the rank of major general, briefly a member of parliament, and after the Glorious Revolution a Jacobite.

George Holmes

George Holmes may refer to: George H. Holmes 1898–1965, last enlisted pilot in the USAF George Holmes musician c.1680–1720, English organist George Holmes footballer 1892–?, English soccer player George Bax Holmes 1803–1887, English Quaker and fo ...

Sophie of Mecklenburg

Sophie of Mecklenburg may refer to: Sophie of Mecklenburg, Duchess of Brunswick-Luneburg 1508–1541, daughter of Henry V, Duke of Mecklenburg, and wife of Ernest I, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg Duchess Ulrike Sophie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin 1723-1813 ...

Amstelkerk

The Amstelkerk is a Reformed church in central Amsterdam, Netherlands. It lies in the southern part of the Grachtengordel neighborhood, near the Amstel River, between the Prinsengracht, Reguliersgracht and Keizersgracht. The church was designed b ...

Charles FitzRoy

Charles FitzRoy may refer to: Charles FitzRoy, 1st Baron Southampton 1737–1797, British statesman and soldier, MP for Bury St. Edmunds Lord Charles Oliver Edward FitzRoy 1923–1944, second son of Charles FitzRoy, 10th Duke of Grafton, soldier Sir ...

George Morton

George Morton Labour politician born 1940, retired Labour Party politician in the United Kingdom George W. Morton 1793–1865, U.S. politician George Morton born c.1540, MP for Hythe Sir George Morton, 1st Baronet died 1662, English politician Geor ...

Princess Marie Louise

Princess Marie Louise may refer to: Princess Marie Louise of Hanover and Cumberland 1879–1948, daughter of Ernest Augustus, Crown Prince of Hanover, wife of Prince Maximilian of Baden Princess Marie Louise of Orleans 1662–1689, daughter of Philip ...

Estrees

Estree or Estrees may refer to: Duke of Estrees, a title of nobility in the peerage of France that was created for the Maison dEstrees in 1663 Estrees name, a French family name and the name of the Maison dEstrees family including a list of peopl ...

Francis Bernard

Francis Bernard may refer to: Francis Bernard artist born 1928, French artist Francis Bernard judge 1663–1731, Solicitor-General for Ireland and Irish MP for Clonakilty, Bandonbridge Francis Bernard American football, American football linebacker ...

Thomas Chapman

Thomas Chapman may refer to: Thomas Chapman Master of Magdalene College 1717–1760, English churchman and academic Thomas Chapman MP 1663–?, British lawyer and politician Thomas Chapman cricketer 1918–1979, English cricketer Sir Thomas Chapman, 7t ...

VBC

VBC may refer to: Valencia BC, a Spanish basketball team VBC-90, an armoured combat vehicle The VBC 88.3 FM, a radio station in Wellington, New Zealand Village Building Convergence, a natural building and permaculture gathering Victory Base Compl ...

Robert Sanderson

Robert Sanderson may refer to: Robert G. Sanderson 1920–2012, president emeritus of the National Association of the Deaf U.S. Robert Sanderson theologian 1587–1663, English theologian and casuist Robert B. Sanderson 1825–1887, American farmer and ...

Francis Grant

Francis, Frances or Frank Grant may refer to: Sir Francis Grant, Lord Cullen 1658/1663–1726, Scottish judge Sir Francis Grant officer of arms 1863–1953, Scottish Officer of Arms Sir Francis Grant artist 1803–1878, Scottish artist Frank Grant Amer ...

Hugh Rose

Hugh Rose may refer to: Hugh Rose 1781–1827, Scottish politician, descendant of the above, MP for Nairnshire UK Parliament constituency Hugh Rose rugby Hugh Rose, 1st Baron Strathnairn 1801–1885, British field-marshal Sir Michael Rose British Arm ...

Robert Balfour

Robert Balfour may refer to: Robert Balfour, 3rd Earl of Balfour 1902–1968, Scottish peer Robert Balfour philosopher c. 1553–1621, Scottish philosopher Robert Balfour, 4th of Balbirnie 1698–1766, Scottish Member of Parliament Robert Balfour, 5th ...

Oliver Jones

Oliver Jones may refer to: Oliver Wendell Jones, a character in the comic strip Bloom County Oliver Jones businessman 1821–1899, Canadian politician Oliver C Jones born 1985, British artist Ollie Jones songwriter 1923–1990, American singer and so ...

George Walton (disambiguation)

George Walton was an American politician who signed the United States Declaration of Independence. George Walton may also refer to: George Walton footballer born 1911, English footballer George Walton Royal Navy officer 1664/5–1739, British Royal ...

Natalie Prystajecky

Natalie Anne Prystajecky a Canadian biologist and the Environmental Microbiology program at the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control Public Health Laboratory. She holds a visiting faculty position at the University of British Columbia. Dur ...

John Plunket (Jacobite)

John Plunket, was an Irish Jacobite, a key player in the Atterbury Plot of the 1720s aimed at restoring the House of Stuart to the throne of Great Britain. He sometimes used the alias of John Rogers. Plunket was born in Dublin in 1664 and brought ...

East Yorkshire (disambiguation)

East Yorkshire is an alternative name for the East Riding of Yorkshire, a county in Northern England. East Yorkshire could also be: East Riding of Yorkshire UK Parliament constituency 1832–1885 East Yorkshire bus company – formerly East Yorkshire ...

Meslier

Meslier is originally a French surname, and can refer to the following: People Jean Meslier 1664–1729, Catholic priest who was discovered after his death to have written a Testament attacking religion. Places Meslieres, a village and commune in t ...

Paul Lucas

Paul Lucas or Paul Lukas is the name of: Paul Lucas traveller 1664–1737, French merchant, naturalist and traveller Paul Lucas genealogist 1683–1759, French genealogist and Augustinian friar, known as Pere Simplicien or Simplicien Lucas Paul Lukas ...

Robert Clements

Robert Clements may refer to: Robert Clements 1724–1747, Irish MP for Cavan Borough 1745–47 Robert George Clements 1880–1947, physician and fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons Robert Clements Nebraska politician born 1950, American politician ...

George Beaumont (disambiguation)

Sir George Howland Willoughby Beaumont, 8th Baronet 1799–1845 of the Beaumont baronets Sir George Beaumont, 4th Baronet c.1664–1737, English MP for Leicester Sir George Howland William Beaumont, 10th Baronet 1851–1914 of the Beaumont baronets Sir ...