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Traum

Dick Traum, founder of the Achilles Track Club for disabled athletes Happy Traum born 1938, American folk musician Artie Traum 1943–2008, American New Age guitarist, producer and songwriter

William Wilkins

William Wilkins may refer to: Willie Wilkin 1916–1973, American football player William Walter Wilkins born 1942, former United States federal judge William Wilkins educator 1827–92, Australian teacher and co-founder of Fort Street High School Bi ...

James Fitzpatrick

James Fitzpatrick or James FitzPatrick may refer to: James FitzPatrick American football born 1964, American football player James E. Fitzpatrick American 1947-2015, Master Tool Fabricator James Fitzpatrick rugby union 1892–1973, American rugby u ...

Invasion of Georgia

Invasion of Georgia 1742, part of the War of Jenkins Ear when Spanish forces attempted to seize the British colony of Georgia an Invasion of Georgia during the American War of Independence in April 1778 by British forces, St. Simons, GA#American ...

Richard Potter

Richard Potter may refer to: Richard Potter magician 1783–1835, American magician Richard Potter British politician 1778–1842, radical British Whig politician Richard Potter Canadian politician 1915–2009, Ontario MPP Rick Potter born 1938, Canadi ...

Carleton

Carleton School in Bradford, Massachusetts Ottawa-Carleton District School Board Carleton College, a liberal arts college in Northfield, Minnesota, USA Carleton University, a university in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Robert Matthews

Robert William Matthews born 1897, Welsh footballer Rob Matthews footballer born 1970, English former footballer Robert Matthews athlete 1961–2018, British paralympic athlete

Battle of Ushant

Battle of Ushant may refer to: Battle of Ushant 1944, a battle among the British, Canadian and Polish destroyers of the 10th Flotilla and the German destroyers of the 8th Narvik Flotilla, won by the Allies Battle of Ushant 1781, a convoy battle, ...

Treaty of Amity and Commerce

Treaty of Amity and Commerce may refer to: Treaty of Amity and Commerce United States-Siam or Siamese-American Treaty of Amity and Commerce 1833 Treaty of Amity and Commerce U.K Japan or Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Amity and Commerce 1858 Treaty of ...

Salusbury

Salusbury or Salesbury may refer to: Salesbury, a village in Lancashire, England Surname many people up to the 18th century are named with both spellings - Salusbury or Salesbury - in different sources Salusbury family, a prominent Anglo-Welsh fa ...

Chesma

Chesma may refer to: Chesma mythology, a fountain-spirit or nymph in Turkish mythology Chesme Church Battle of Chesma, fought in Chesma Bay in 1770 Chesma Obelisk, in Gatchina 1775 Çesme, a small town in Turkey Four monuments built by Catherine t ...

Mary Jones

Mary Jones may refer to: Mary Cover Jones 1896–1987, American psychologist Mary Harris Jones 1837–1930, Mother Jones, community organizer Mary Alice Jones 1898–?, American childrens writer Mary Jones poet 1707–1778, English poet Mary Jones actres ...

Palazzo Arese

Palazzo Arese was the 18th–19th century seat of the House of Arese in Milan, Italy. It was located adjacent to Casa Fontana Silvestri near the Porta Orientale. The palazzo was demolished in 1943 following damage sustained during the bombing of Mi ...

80th Regiment

80th Regiment or 80th Infantry Regiment may refer to: 80th Infantry Regiment Imperial Japanese Army, a unit of the Japanese Army 80th Training Regiment United States a unit of the United States Army Reserve 80th Regiment of Foot Royal Edinburgh V ...

Justice Palmer

Justice Palmer may refer to: Cornelius S. Palmer, an Associate Justice of the South Dakota Supreme Court Richard N. Palmer born 1950, Associate Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court John S. Palmore 1917–2017, Associate Justice of the Kentucky ...

82nd Regiment

82nd Regiment or 82nd Infantry Regiment may refer to: 82nd Infantry Regiment Philippine Commonwealth Army 82nd Regiment of Foot Prince of Waless Volunteers 82nd Regiment of Foot 1778 82nd Field Artillery Regiment United States 82nd Cavalry Regime ...

Resolution (1779 ship)

Resolution was launched at Liverpool in 1776 as the West Indiaman Thomas Hall ; she was renamed in 1779. Then between 1791 and 1804 Revolution made some six voyages as a whaler. On one voyage, in 1793, a French frigate captured her, but Resolutio ...

Columella (disambiguation)

Columella gastropod, an anatomical feature of a coiled snail or gastropod shell Columella botany, an axis of sterile tissue which passes through the center of the spore-case of mosses Columella auditory system, a part of the auditory system of am ...

Loyalist (disambiguation)

Loyalist American Revolution, a British North American colonist who remained loyal to the British crown during the American Revolution. Loyalist Convention, a convention, called in advance of the mid-year elections of 1866, intended to bridge the ...

Minisink (disambiguation)

Minisink may refer to: Minisink Patent - a colonial land grant in early 18th Century New York Minisink Valley High_School Minisink Archeological Site - A Native American site in Sussex County, New Jersey connected to Munsee Lenape settlement and ...

Bald Eagle (disambiguation)

In Pennsylvania: Bald Eagle Township, Pennsylvania, in Clinton County Bald Eagle State Forest, in Centre, Clinton, Mifflin, Snyder, and Union Counties Bald Eagle State Park, in Centre County Bald Eagle Creek Little Juniata River tributary Bald Ea ...

90th Regiment

90th Regiment or 90th Infantry Regiment may refer to: 90th Regiment of Foot Yorkshire Volunteers, a unit of the British Army, 1779-1784 90th Armoured Regiment India, a unit of the Indian Army Royal Winnipeg Rifles, was first raised as the 90th Wi ...

Poinsett

Poinsett most often refers to Joel Roberts Poinsett, American physician and diplomat, namegiver for many of the other meanings. Poinsett may also refer to:

Maria Christina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (disambiguation)

Maria Christina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies may refer to: Princess Maria Cristina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies 1877–1947, titular Grand Duchess consort of Tuscany, daughter of Prince Alfonso, Count of Caserta and Princess Antonietta of Bourbon-Two Sicilie ...

Francesco dEste

Francesco dEste may refer to: Francesco I dEste 1610-1658, son of Alfonso III dEste Francesco dEste 1516-1578 son of Alfonso I dEste and Lucrezia Borgia Francesco II dEste 1660-1694, son of Alfonso IV dEste Francesco III dEste 1698-1780, son of R ...

John Galt (disambiguation)

John Galt Day, in Guelph, Ontario, celebrates its founder John Galt novelist 1779–1839, Scottish author and founder of Guelph, Ontario, Canada John Galt businessman, Canadian business executive

Coronation (disambiguation)

A coronation is the crowning ceremony of a monarch. Coronation may also refer to: Coronation Glacier, a glacier on Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada Coronation, tune by Oliver Holden, first published in 1779, used for the hymn "All Hail the Power of ...

William Williamson

William Williamson may refer to: William D. Williamson 1779–1846, American, Governor of Maine, US Representative William Williamson canoeist born 1915, Canadian canoeist William Williamson politician 1875–1972, American, US Representative William ...

Pradyumna Shah

Maharaja Pradyumna Shah or Pradyuman Shah, also known as Pradyumna Chand, was the last and 54th ruler of Garhwal dynasty until the kingdom was independent. He resigned the state territories from 1785 to 14 May 1804, and later the kingdom was defe ...

Pavlovsky Uyezd, Voronezh Governorate

Pavlovsky Uyezd was an uyezd of Voronezh Governorate in the Russian Empire. It was situated in the central part of the governorate. Its administrative centre was Pavlovsk.

Johann Georg Daniel Arnold

Joseph Lefftz: The poet of Whit Monday, in: Alsace 9.1929 F. Engel: Johann Georg Daniel Arnold, in: Alsace-Lorraine homeland voices, 7.1929 Arnold Sutterlin: According to and inflection of the Strasbourg dialect in Arnolds Whit Monday. Trubner, S ...

Snakeskin (disambiguation)

Snakeskin may refer to: Snakeskin film, a New Zealand film Snakeskin band, a side project of Tilo Wolff from Lacrimosa Snakeskin, a material that is made from the skin of a snake Snakeskin song, a song by Australian band Gyroscope and also: Snake ...

League of Armed Neutrality

League of Armed Neutrality refers to one of two alliances of European naval powers, both intended to protect neutral shipping against the Royal Navys wartime policy of unlimited search of neutral shipping for French contraband. Accounts of the ti ...

James Harper

James Harper may refer to: James Harper actor born 1948, American actor Jimmy Harper, a fictional character in the musical Reefer Madness James Harper priest 1859–1938, Dean of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane Jim Harper footballer 1884–1967, Aus ...

Edward Lucas

Edward Lucas may refer to: Edward Lucas died 1871, Member of Parliament for Monaghan 1834–1841 Ed Lucas baseball born 1982, American baseball third baseman Edouard Lucas 1842–1891, French mathematician Edward Lucas cricketer 1848–1916, Australian ...

Robert Houston

Robert Houston may refer to: Robert Houston New Zealand politician 1842–1912, Liberal Party Member of Parliament in New Zealand Robert Louis Houston 1780–1862, British military officer in the service of the East India Company Robert Houston actor ...

Fort San Juan

Fort San Juan may refer to: Fortin San Juan de la Cruz Fort Saint John of the Cross, or El Cañuelo, on Isla de Cabras, Puerto Rico Fort San Juan Nicaragua San Juan del Bayou, a previous name of Spanish Fort, New Orleans San Juan de Ulua, a fortre ...

Norman McLeod

Norman McLeod may refer to: Norman McLeod Australian politician 1816–1886, pastoralist and member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly Norm McLeod Australian footballer 1879–1913, Australian rules footballer Norman McLeod minister 1780–1866, Pre ...

Matute (disambiguation)

Matute is a village in the province and autonomous community of La Rioja, Spain. Matute is also a surname and may refer to: Ana Maria Matute 1925–2014, Spanish writer Chris Mcbride Matute, Singer, Actor Genoveva Matute 1915–2009, Filipino author ...

Ruckman

Ruckman may refer to: Ruckman Australian rules football Fort Ruckman, a U.S. Coast Artillery fort located in Nahant, Massachusetts Ruckman, West Virginia

Born to Die (disambiguation)

"Born to Die", a 1976 song by Grand Funk Railroad from the album Born to Die "Born to Die", a 1997 song by Sevendust from Sevendust "Born to Die", a 1982 song by MDC from Millions of Dead Cops "Born to Die", a 1974 single by Giorgio Moroder "And ...

Country Party

Country Party was the original 17th Century name of what developed into the British Whig Party. In later times, the name reappeared in various political contexts in English-speaking countries, including: Australian Country Party 2004, formerly th ...

William Proctor

William Proctor may refer to: William Proctor UK politician 1896–1967, Labour Party Member of Parliament MP for Eccles 1945–1964 William L. Proctor born 1933, Republican Party member of the Florida House of Representatives William Proctor Salem, ...

George Harding

George Harding may refer to: George Harding cricketer born 1996, English cricketer George Matthews Harding 1882–1959, war artist, trained as an architect George Perfect Harding died 1853, English portrait-painter and copyist George M. Harding 182 ...

Biggar

Saskatoon - Biggar, federal electoral district from 1968 to 1978 Saskatoon - Rosetown - Biggar, federal electoral district since 1997 Biggar electoral district, provincial electoral district since 2002 Biggar former provincial electoral district, ...

Kings County

Kings County or Kings County may refer to: Canada Kings County, Prince Edward Island Kings County, Nova Scotia Kings County electoral district, abolished in 1892 Kings County, New Brunswick Ireland Kings County, former name of County Offaly Kings ...

Holstein (disambiguation)

Holsteiner horse, a breed of horse originating in the Schleswig-Holstein region of northern Germany Holstein Friesian cattle, a cattle breed used in dairy farming

Robert Mills

Robert Mills may refer to: Robert Mills priest, Dean of Dunedin Robert Mills Texan 1809–1888, American merchant and planter, the antebellum "duke of Brazoria" County, Texas Robert Mills rower born 1957, Canadian Olympic rower Rob Mills born 1982, ...

Amyot River

The Amyot River flows through the municipalities of Saint-Bernard-de-Michaudville, Saint-Denis-sur-Richelieu and Saint-Charles-sur-Richelieu, in the MRC La Vallee-du-Richelieu, in the administrative region of Monteregie, on the south shore of Fle ...

George Stephenson (disambiguation)

George Stephenson was an English engineer, known as the "Father of Railways". George Stephenson may also refer to: George Robert Stephenson 1819–1905, British civil engineer George Stephenson rugby union 1901–1970, Ireland international rugby uni ...