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Henoch

Henoch may refer to: Henoch fictional character, one of three incorporeal beings in the Star Trek episode "Return to Tomorrow" Henoch journal, on the history of Judaism Chanoch Henoch Bornsztain died 1965, Polish rabbi Maxim Litvinov 1876–1951, b ...

                                               

Hohenberg

Hohenberg an der Eger, town in the county of Wunsiedel, Bayern Hohenberg Regnitzlosau, a village in the municipality of Regnitzlosau, county of Hof, Bayern Hohenberg Daldorf, a village in the municipality of Daldorf, county of Segeberg, Schleswig ...

                                               

James Corcoran (disambiguation)

James Corcoran was an Irish rebel. James Corcoran may also refer to: Jim Corcoran politician 1885–1965, Australian politician James A. Corcoran Brooklyn c. 1880–1949, New York politician Jim Corcoran born 1949, Canadian musician James Corcoran so ...

                                               

Senator ONeil

Senator ONeil or ONeill may refer to: Edward ONeill Wisconsin politician 1820–1890, Wisconsin State Senate Jerry ONeil politician born 1943, Montana State Senate William ONeil Wisconsin politician 1848–1917, Wisconsin State Senate Lottie Holman O ...

                                               

Jose Ferrer de Couto

Jose Ferrer de Couto was a Spanish military officer, historian and journalist; founder of El Cronista de Nueva York.

                                               

George Archibald

George Archibald may refer to: George Archibald, 1st Baron Archibald 1898–1975, British Labour politician George Archibald jockey 1890–1927, American jockey George Archibald footballer 1919–2006, Australian footballer for Melbourne George W. Arch ...

                                               

Louise Poitevin

Louise Poitevin was a French pioneer of aviation, known for being the first woman to take horses aloft with her. On September 12, 1847, she took flight in a balloon with someone named Rossi and remained in flight for two hours. In Portugal, in th ...

                                               

Chain Bridge

Chain bridges are suspension bridges built with chains. Some chain bridge built using this design have retained the name Chain Bridge. Thus as a proper noun, it may refer to: In Hungary: Chain Bridge Budapest, a bridge over the Danube in Budapest ...

                                               

Stephen Richards

Stephen Richards may refer to: Stephen Richards politician 1820–1894, lawyer and politician from Ontario, Canada Stephen Richards murderer 1854–1879, American serial killer Stephen Richards musician born 1977, vocalist and guitarist in the rock m ...

                                               

Ipswich Gas Company

The Ipswich Gas Company was a gas supply company formed in 1820. The Ipswich Paving Commissioners had installed 300 Smythurils Patent Lamps in 1793. Twenty five years later Robert Ransome needed coke for his foundry, and gas suitable for gas ligh ...

                                               

Maiden Vows

Maiden Vows is a 2010 Polish historical drama directed by Filip Bajon. The film is an adaptation of Aleksander Fredros play of the same title from 1832. The film was shot in Kotun and in the open-air museum in Nowa Sucha near Wegrow from August 2 ...

                                               

Nathan Weston

Nathan Weston was a Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court from July 1, 1820 to October 21, 1841, serving as Chief Justice from October 22, 1834 to October 21, 1841. Born in Augusta, Weston graduated from Dartmouth College in 1803 and read l ...

                                               

Maples

William Maples cricketer 1820–1854, English Imperial civil servant and cricketer Michael D. Maples born 1949, American military officer and former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency John Maples, Baron Maples 1943–2012, British politician ...

                                               

George Strong

George Strong may refer to: George Veazey Strong 1880–1946, U.S. general during World War II George Templeton Strong composer 1856–1948, American composer George Washington Strong, original law partner in Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft George Croc ...

                                               

William Hutchison

William Hutchison may refer to: William Oliphant Hutchison 1889–1970, artist, president of the Royal Scottish Academy William Hutchison MP for Romford 1904–1975, actor and MP for Romford, 1931–1935 Willie Hutchison, American singer William Hutchi ...

                                               

Restorationism (disambiguation)

Restorationism or Christian primitivism is the belief that a purer form of Christianity should be restored by believers using the early church as a model. Restorationism can also refer to: Restoration Branches, are Latter Day Saint independent or ...

                                               

Skylark (disambiguation)

Slingsby Skylark Slingsby Skylark 3 Slingsby T.41 Skylark 2 Skylark UAV, a miniature unmanned aerial vehicle developed by Elbit a series of gliders produced in Britain in the 1950s and 1960s Skylark rocket, a British sounding rocket first launche ...

                                               

Headless Horseman (disambiguation)

The Headless Horseman is a fictional character that appears in many venues. Headless Horseman may also refer to: Headless Horseman "Legend of Sleepy Hollow", a character in the 1820 short story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" by Washington Irving

                                               

Henry Fuller

Henry Fuller may refer to: Henry Brown Fuller 1867–1934, American artist Henry Fuller cyclist 1902–?, British cyclist Henry Blake Fuller 1857–1929, American novelist, short story writer and playwright, associated with Chicago Harry Fuller 1862–18 ...

                                               

Aloe (disambiguation)

Aloe is a genus of succulent plants, which includes several species: Aloe arborescens, krantz aloe Aloe camperi Aloe vera, "true aloe", cultivated for agricultural and medicinal use Aloe wildii Aloe may also refer to: Aloidendron, a genus formerl ...

                                               

Edward Burke

Edward T. Burke 1870–1935, North Dakota Supreme Court justice Edward M. Burke born 1943, Chicago, Illinois Alderman Edward J. Burke 1876–?, Wisconsin legislator Edward A. Burke 1839–1928, Louisiana State Treasurer Edward R. Burke 1880–1968, Ameri ...

                                               

Legislature of Corrientes

The Legislature of Corrientes is the local legislature of the Argentinian province of Corrientes. It is a bicameral body, comprising the Chamber of Deputies of Corrientes, and the Senate of Corrientes. It is one of eight bicameral legislatures in ...

                                               

Cabanillas (disambiguation)

Cabanillas is a town and municipality located in Navarre, Spain Cabanillas may also refer to: Cabanillas del Campo, a municipality in Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha, Spain Cabanillas de la Sierra, a municipality of Madrid, Spain Cabanillas Distri ...

                                               

Jervois

Jervois may refer to: Jervois, South Australia, a town on the lower reaches of the Murray River Jervois Street in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong County of Jervois, a cadastral unit in South Australia The Jervois, a 35-storey tower in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong ...

                                               

Charles Webb

Charles or Charlie Webb may refer to: Harry Webb politician Charles Harry Webb, 1908–2000, Australian politician Charlie Webb 1886–1973, Ireland international footballer who played for and managed Brighton & Hove Albion Charles Herbert Webb, jour ...

                                               

William Townsend

William Townsend may refer to: William George Paulson Townsend 1868–1941, English artist, designer and writer William A. Townsend 1904–1993, British philatelist William Richard Townsend died 1914, British lawyer and colonial administrator William ...

                                               

Sam Baker

Sam or Samuel Baker may refer to: Sam Baker offensive tackle born 1985, American football offensive tackle Sam Baker halfback 1930–2007, American football player Sam Baker Australian footballer 1874–1946, Australian rules footballer Samuel Henry ...

                                               

Justice Morgan

Justice Morgan may refer to: Richard Morgan Ceylonese judge 1821–1876, acting Chief Justice of Ceylon Declan Morgan born 1952, Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland Justice Morgan footballer born 1991, Nigerian footballer June P. Morgan 1917–199 ...

                                               

Gabriel Garcia

Gabriel or Gabe Garcia may refer to: Gabriel Garcia Moreno 1821–1876, Ecuadorian statesman who twice served as President of that country Gabriel Garcia, lead singer of Black Tide Gabriel Garcia Deitos born 2001, nicknamed Gafte, CSGO professional ...

                                               

Ny Vestergade 11

Ny Vestergade 11 is an 18th-century building located across the street from the main entrance to the National Museum in central Copenhagen, Denmark. The University of Copenhagen the building in 1857 and it was subsequently adapted for use as a ne ...

                                               

Johan Ammentorp

Johan Ludvig Ammentorp was a Danish medical doctor. He served as Chief Physician of the Nedical Corps from 1911 and as Physician General 1916–30.

                                               

Tom French

Tom or Thomas French may refer to: Tom French Cup, awarded by the New Zealand Rugby Union to the Māori player of the year Thomas French footballer 1859–1908, played on the winning side in the 1882 FA Cup Final Tom French poet, winner of the 2002 ...

                                               

Tudor Vladimirescu (disambiguation)

Tudor Vladimirescu was a Wallachian Romanian revolutionary hero. Tudor Vladimirescu may also refer to: Tudor Vladimirescu, a district in the municipality of Tulcea, Tulcea County, Romania Tudor Vladimirescu, Braila, a commune in Braila County, Ro ...

                                               

Robert Gilchrist

Robert Gilchrist may refer to: Robert Gilchrist poet 1797–1844, Tyneside poet Robert Budd Gilchrist 1796–1856, U.S. federal judge Robert Gilchrist mayor died 1866, mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey Robert Gilchrist Jr. 1825–1888, Attorney General ...

                                               

Samuel Evans

Samuel Evans may refer to: Samuel B. Evans 1812–1836, Alamo defender Samuel Evans VC c. 1821–1901, Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross Samuel Evans Texas politician, Texas state representative, 1865–1870 in Eleventh Texas Legislature; Texas ...

                                               

Kenilworth (disambiguation)

Kenilworth Metra station, a commuter railroad station Kenilworth, Illinois Kenilworth, Washington, D.C. Kenilworth Trail, a shared-use path in Minneapolis Kenilworth, New Jersey Kenilworth, Pennsylvania Kenilworth, Utah

                                               

Samael (disambiguation)

Samael can refer to: Windham Rotunda, a man who as "Bray Wyatt" claims to be inhabited by Samael Samael, a fictional character in the series Lucifer Samael, an Angelic figure in Talmudic lore Sammael, a demonic creature featured in the movie Hell ...

                                               

William Osborne

William Osborne or Osborn may refer to: Will Osborne 1875–?, Wales international rugby player William Osborn Medal of Honor 1837–1887, American soldier and Medal of Honor recipient William H. Osborn 1821–1894, American railroad tycoon William H. ...

                                               

Paria (opera)

Paria is an 1869 opera in three acts by Stanislaw Moniuszko to a libretto by Jan Checinski - the librettist of Straszny dwor - after the play Le paria by Casimir Delavigne.

                                               

George Hughes (cricketer)

George Edward Hughes was an English first-class cricketer and barrister. The son of the author John Hughes, he was born in September 1821 at Uffington, Berkshire. He was educated at Rugby School, before going up to Oriel College, Oxford. While st ...

                                               

Thomas Conrad Porter

Porter was born in Alexandria, Pennsylvania on January 22, 1822. He attended Harrisburg Academy before enrolling in Lafayette College at the age of 14. He graduated in 1840, and returned home to Alexandria and began to collect plants near Tussey ...

                                               

John Ainsworth

John Ainsworth may refer to: John Ainsworth by 1523-58/59, MP for Worcester John C. Ainsworth 1822–1893, American pioneer businessman and steamboat owner in Oregon John Ainsworth film director, see British films of 1963 Sir John Ainsworth, 1st Ba ...

                                               

Quadrilateral (disambiguation)

A quadrilateral, in geometry, is a polygon with 4 sides. Quadrilateral may also refer to: Quadrilateral horse, thoroughbred racehorse Quadrilateral Treaty, a pact between the Argentine provinces of Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Entre Rios and Corriente ...

                                               

Forget me not (disambiguation)

Forget-me-not refers to any member of the flowering plant genus Myosotis, particularly: Myosotis sylvatica or wood forget-me-not Flowers in the genus Myosotis Cynoglossum amabile or Chinese forget-me-not Forget me not may also refer to:

                                               

Jonathan Taylor

Jonathan Taylor may refer to: Jonathan Taylor congressman 1796–1848, U.S. Representative from Ohio Jonathan Taylor athlete born 1987, British long distance runner in 2012 European Cross Country Championships Jonathan Taylor American football born ...

                                               

Cheilosia praecox

From Fennoscandia south to the Iberian peninsula and the Mediterranean basin and from Britain eastwards through central and southern Europe to the Balkans and Turkey, and in North Africa. The habitat is open places in both coniferous and deciduou ...

                                               

Michael Chapman

Michael Chapman may refer to: Michael Chapman bassoonist 1934–2005, British classical bassoonist and reed-maker Michael Chapman priest born 1939, Archdeacon of Northampton Michael Chapman singer born 1941, English singer-songwriter and guitarist ...

                                               

Henry (ship)

Several ships have been named Henry: Henry 1826 ship was a merchant ship built in Bucklers Hard, England. She made one voyage transporting convicts from Mauritius to Australia. She grounded off Fremantle in 1841 and was refloated, only to disappe ...

                                               

James Stephen

James Stephen may refer to: James Stephen architect 1858–1938, American architect Sir James Stephen civil servant 1789–1859, British under-secretary for the colonies, 1836–1847 Jimmy Stephen 1922–2012, footballer James Stephen British politician ...

                                               

Richard Foster

Richard Foster may refer to: Richard Foster Alaska politician 1946–2009, Democratic member of the Alaska House of Representatives Richard Foster architect 1919–2002, American modernist architect Richard Foster, a pen name of Kendell Foster Crosse ...