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Sir Arthur Hollins, 2nd Baronet

Sir Arthur Meyrick Hollins, 2nd Baronet was an English first-class cricketer and football administrator. The son of Sir Frank Hollins, he was born at Preston in July 1876. He was educated at Eton College, before going up to Hertford College, Oxfo ...

Mary Ann McHard

Mary Ann McHard, nee Jones, was a pioneering Western Australian woman who contributed to Australian botany by collecting over 2000 plant specimens for Ferdinand von Mueller and sending them to the newly created National Herbarium of Victoria.

Tirunelveli-Madurai Line

The Tirunelveli-Madurai Line connects the major cities of Tirunelveli and Madurai in the state of Tamil Nadu in India. The line was inaugurated on January 1, 1876. This Rail route is under control of Southern Railways. It covers the distance of 1 ...

Guillain

Gilles Guillain born 1982, Colombian-born French actor Georges Guillain 1876–1961, French neurologist Robert Guillain 1908–1998, French journalist and author of several books on Japan Guillain Thillet-Balasquide born 1968, American-born Puerto Ri ...

Polo Cup

Serbian Water Polo Cup Greek Water Polo Cup Asian Water Polo Cup Croatian Water Polo Cup FINA Water Polo World Cup of the Federation Internationale de Natation Montenegrin Water Polo Cup, national water polo cup played in Montenegro

Breuil

Alphonse du Breuil 1811–1885, French botanist Beta Breuil 1876 – after 1918, American script editor and screenwriter Henri Breuil 1877–1961, French archeologist and ethnographer Christophe Breuil born 1968, French mathematician

Gitana

Gitana may refer to: Gitana, alternate name of Gitanae, an ancient Greek city Gitana, a series of 17 boats originating with Gitana 1876, now operated by Gitana Team Gitana, Romani people in Spain

Dettol

Dettol is an antiseptic brand of cleaning supplies and disinfectant invented in 1876, and produced by UK company Reckitt Benckiser. It is primarily used as a disinfectant and also used against cuts, scratches or insect bites. The main constituent ...

Universal Hungarian encyclopaedia

The Universal Hungarian Encyclopaedia is a 13-volume Hungarian lexicon published in the second half of the 19th century.

Hungarian lexicon

The Hungarian lexicon, subtitled The encyclopaedia of all sciences, was a general Hungarian lexicon with many volumes made in the second half of the 19th century.

Csik (disambiguation)

Csik may refer to: Csik County, part of the Kingdom of Hungary from 1876 to 1918 and to several places in Harghita County, Romania, that have the prefix as part of their Hungarian-language name: Bancu Csikbankfalva, a village in Ciucsangeorgiu Co ...

Lega

Lega, Iran, a village in Mazandaran Province Lega, an earlier name for Street, Somerset, a village in England Lega river in Poland Lega, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, town in north Poland

Ariake

Ariake, Kagoshima, a former town in Kagoshima Prefecture Ariake, Kumamoto, a former town in Kumamoto Prefecture Ariake Sea, a body of water surrounded by Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, and Kumamoto Prefectures Ariake, Tokyo, a district within Kōtō, Tok ...

Harold Williams

Harold Williams may refer to: H. R. Williams Harold Ray Williams, American writer Harold Williams British Army officer 1897–1971, British Army officer Harold Williams footballer 1924–2014, Welsh international footballer Harold Ivory Williams bish ...

Model 2

Model 2 may refer to: JSP model 2 architecture, a complex design pattern used in the design of Java Web applications Consolidated Model 2, a training airplane used by the United States Army Air Corps Type 92 Model 2 Fighter, an improved version o ...

Pedro Santos

Pedro Santos may refer to: Pedro Santos footballer, born 1996, Portuguese football defender Pedro Santos judoka born 1955, Puerto Rican judoka Pedro Paulo Santos born 1935, archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Caceres Pedro Santos poli ...

Order of Bene Merenti of the Royal House

The Order of Bene Merenti of the Royal House Romanian: Ordinul Bene Merenti al Casei Domnitoare was instituted as a Decoration on 20 February 1876 by Prince Carol I later King Carol I of the Kingdom of Romania during his tenth year of reign as Do ...

Nights in the Gardens of Spain (disambiguation)

Nights in the Gardens of Spain may refer to: Nights in the Gardens of Spain film, also known as Kawa, was a 2010 New Zealand coming out film directed by Katie Wolfe based on Witi Ihimaeras work see above Nights in the Gardens of Spain, G. 49 orig ...

The Week (disambiguation)

The Week is a weekly news magazine with editions in the United Kingdom and the United States. The Week may also refer to: The Week Indian magazine, news magazine founded in 1982 The Week 1933, radical weekly scandal sheet published by Claud Cockb ...

Crows Nest

Crows Nest or Crows Nest may refer to: Crows nest, a structure near the top of the mast of a ship used as a lookout point. The term may also refer to some other observational structures.

Calvin Smith (politician)

Calvin L. Smith was a member of the Illinois House of Representatives from 1965 until his death in 1968. A Democrat, he represented the 24th District in the 74th and 75th sessions of the Illinois General Assembly. Born in Springfield, Ohio, Smith ...

David Currie

David Currie may refer to: Dave Currie born 1945, New Zealand sports administrator David Currie footballer born 1962, former Middlesbrough FC player David Vivian Currie 1912–1986, Canadian recipient of the Victoria Cross David Currie conductor, C ...

H. M. Hook

Hiram M. Hook was an American politician who served as the 1st Mayor of Cheyenne, Wyoming while it was still a part of the Dakota Territory with a population of around 600 people.

Telegram (disambiguation)

"Telegram" song, a song by Silver Convention, representing Germany at the 1977 Eurovision Song Contest "Telegram", a 1976 song by Nazareth on the album Close Enough for Rock n Roll Telegram album, a 1996 album by Bjork Telegram Sam, a 1972 song b ...

Aided Con Culainn

Aided Chon Culainn, also known as Brislech Mor Maige Murthemne, found in the twelfth-century Book of Leinster, is a story of how the Irish hero Cu Chulainn dies in battle.

Augustus Osborne Lamplough

Augustus Osborne Lamplough was an English Orientalist painter and illustrator; known for his scenes of North Africa. Most of his works are watercolors.

Szomolnokite

Szomolnokite is a monoclinic iron sulfate mineral forming a complete solid solution with magnesium end-member kieserite. In 1877 szomolnokite’s name was derived by Joseph Krenner from its type locality of oxidized sulfide ore containing iron in S ...

Sleipnir (disambiguation)

Sleipner gas field Sleipner A, an offshore platform Sleipner -class destroyer, a class of Norwegian destroyers SSCV Sleipnir, a large crane vessel owned and operated by Heerema Sleipner -class corvette, a class of corvettes HNoMS Sleipner, three ...

The Europeans (disambiguation)

The Europeans may refer to: The Europeans film, a Merchant Ivory film based on Henry James novel 1979 The Europeans: A sketch, a short novel by Henry James 1878 The Europeans, a book by Italian journalist Luigi Barzini, Jr. 1983 The Europeans pod ...

Bill Dunn

Bill Dunn may refer to: Bill Newton Dunn born 1941, British politician Bill Dunn American politician born 1961, American politician and member of the Tennessee House of Representatives Bill Dunn, protagonist in the short story "The Reign of the S ...

Dinh

pronounced "zinh" or "yinh" nui Dinh, hills in Bà Ria–Vũng Tàu, Vietnam Dinh River Bà Ria–Vũng Tàu, river in Bà Ria–Vũng Tàu, one of five rivers named Song Dinh in Vietnam.

Culley

Culley may refer to: Bill Culley 1892–1955, Scottish footballer Wendell Culley 1906–1983, American jazz trumpeter F. B. Culley Generating Station, a 369-MWe coal-fired electricity-generating power plant southeast of Newburgh in Warrick County Der ...

Altona

Altona, Nebraska Altona, New York, a town in Clinton County Altona, Michigan Altona, Missouri Altona, Colorado Altona, Illinois Altona CDP, New York, within the town of Altona Altona, Indiana Altona, now New Holstein, Wisconsin Altonah, Utah, als ...

Kahl

Kahl river, a river in the northern Spessart in Bavaria and Hesse Sommerkahl Kahl, a left tributary of the Kahl in the northern Spessart in Lower Franconia, Bavaria Kleine Kahl "Little Kahl", a left tributary of the Kahl in the northern Spessart ...

Rafael Martinez

Rafael Martinez may refer to: Rafael Martinez gymnast born 1983, Spanish artistic gymnast Rafael Martinez Aguilera, also known as Rafa Martinez, Spanish basketball player Rafael Martinez Torres born 1959, Puerto Rican jurist Rafael Martinez Nadal ...

La Perouse

La Perouse New Zealand, a mountain in the Southern Alps of New Zealand La Perouse Bay, a bay on Maui, Hawaii La Perouse, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney La Perouse Bay, a bay on Easter Island Rapa Nui in Chile Lycee Français de San Francisco, ...

List of ambassadors of China to France

The position was established in a de-facto sense with Guo Songtaos appointment as Minister to France from 1877 through 1879 as part of the United Kingdoms demands after the Margary Affair for an Imperial commissioner to be posted to Britain. Qing ...

Stallia gens

The gens Stallia was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. Hardly any members of this gens are mentioned by ancient writers, but a number are known from inscriptions.

Benelli

Benelli may refer to: Sem Benelli 1877–1949, Italian playwright, essayist and librettist HSR-Benelli, an Austrian-Italian manufacturer of personal watercraft Vanessa Benelli Mosell born 1987, Italian classical pianist Andrea Benelli born 1960, It ...

James Garneth Carter

James Garneth Carter was an African-American U.S. diplomatic official. He served in Tamatave, Madagascar. Carter was born in Brunswick, Georgia and worked as a tailor, newspaper manager, post office worker, and merchant. He declined a posting to ...

Edwin D. Morgan III

Born Edwin Denison Morgan III, he was grandson of New York governor Edwin D. Morgan, and a distant relative of J.P. Morgan. He graduated from Harvard College in 1877. After college, he became a highly successful businessman, and was the founder o ...

Pōmare

Pōmare or Pomare may refer to: Pōmare III 1820-1827, third king of Tahiti Pōmare IV 1813-1877, queen of Tahiti fourth monarch Pōmare Dynasty, the dynasty of the Tahitian monarchs Pōmare II c.1774–1821, second king of Tahiti Pōmare I c.1742-1803, ...

Robert Millar (disambiguation)

Robert Millar may refer to: Robbie Millar 1967–2005, chef and restaurateur Robert "Bob" Millar, former guitarist and vocalist for Australian rock band The Deakins Robert Millar, now Philippa York born 1958, Scottish cyclist Robert G. Millar 1925– ...

Eugene Plumacher

Eugene Hermann Plumacher was U.S. consul to Maracaibo from 1877 until 1890. He was born in Prussia and emigrated to the U.S. where he settled in Tennessee. He survived a bout of yellow fever and relayed reports on upheavals and conflicts in the r ...

Leandro Fullon

Gen. Leandro Locsin Fullon was a Filipino General during the Revolutionary Days. He joined the Katipunan and helped in organising the revolutionary government. He lead the expeditionary forces to Panay and later established a Revolutionary Provin ...

Ipswich Docks

The Ipswich Dock, Ipswich wet dock and the wet dock) are a series docks in Port of Ipswich located at a bend of the River Orwell which has been used for trade since at least the 8th Century. A wet dock was constructed in 1842 which was the bigges ...

Harold Jones

Harold Jones may refer to: Harold Jones footballer 1933–2003, English football defender Harold Jones artist 1904–1992, British artist, illustrator and author of childrens books Harold Spencer Jones 1890–1960, British astronomer Harold W. Jones 18 ...

Gouget (surname)

Gouget is a French surname. Notable people with this name include: Jean-Claude Gouget born 1942, French politician, deputy of Lot-et-Garonnes 3rd constituency 2012–2013 Louis Gouget, French actor, in Les mutines de lElseneur 1936 Aline Gouget bor ...

Dov Berish Einhorn

Dov Berish Einhorn was born in 1877 in the small town Amstov, Poland where his father, Efraim Tzvi served as the town Rabbi. In Amstov, Efraim Tzvi established one of the first formal yeshivas in all of Poland. In 1888, at age 11, Dov Berish was ...

K class

WAGR K class diesel, Western Australia Tasmanian Government Railways K class, Tasmania SECR K and SR K1 classes 1914, England LB&SCR K class 1913, England WAGR K class, steam, Western Australia NZR K class 1877, New Zealand NZR K class 1932, ...