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John Saunders

John Saunders may refer to: Jake Saunders or Sir John Saunders 1917–2002, chairman of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation John Joseph Saunders 1910–1972, British medieval historian John Saunders, British assistant superintendent of pol ...

Richard Ellis

Richard Ellis paediatrician 1902–1966, British paediatrician Richard Ellis librarian 1865–1928, Welsh librarian and scholar Richard S. Ellis 1947–2018, American mathematician Richard Keith Ellis born 1949, British theoretical physicist Richard El ...

William Leslie

William Leslie or Bill Leslie may refer to: Bill Leslie journalist born 1952, American journalist and musician William Leslie MP 1814–1880, Scottish politician and MP for Aberdeenshire William Leslie, 3rd Earl of Rothes died 1513, Scottish noblem ...

James Bradley (disambiguation)

James Bradley Australian writer born 1967, Australian novelist and critic James Bradley Junior, late 19th-century artist, specialised in decorating porcelain at Royal Worcester James Bradley author born 1954, American historical nonfiction author ...

Henry Porter

Henry Porter MP 1613–?, English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1654 and 1656 Henry Porter MP for Coventry, see Coventry Henry Kirke Porter 1840–1921, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania Henry Porter younger 1636–?, English politi ...

Henry Chapman

Henry Samuel Chapman 1803–1881, Australian and New Zealand judge, colonial secretary, attorney-general, journalist and politician Henry Chapman American politician 1804–1891, Democratic politician in Pennsylvania Henry Chapman MP 1556–1623, Membe ...

List of African-American newspapers in Montana

This is a list of African-American newspapers that have been published in the state of Montana. Montanas first such newspaper was The Colored Citizen, published in Helena in the fall of 1894. During this period of the late 19th and early 20th cen ...

Pasquale Bruti

Pasquale Bruti also known as Pasquale Dabri or Dragoman Pasquale was an Albanian dragoman and Venetian interpreter from the 16th century. He was part of the Dabri family, who later married into the Bruti family. Pasquale was the nephew of Bartolo ...

Sandi Doughton

Doughton was born in Oklahoma and earned an undergraduate degree from the University of New Mexico with majors in biology and journalism and a minor in chemistry. She chose to enter journalism full time and began her career at the Los Alamos Moni ...

James Coleman

James Coleman Irish artist born 1941, Irish artist James Carson Coleman Australian artist born 1920 died 1975, Australian artist James Coleman American artist born 1949, Disney artist

Redhead (disambiguation)

Redhead 1934 film, a 1934 American drama film Redhead musical, a 1959 musical Redhead 1919 film, a 1919 American silent drama film Redhead album, a 2003 album by Bleu The Red Head 1952 film, a 1952 French drama film Redhead 1941 film, a 1941 Mono ...

Harmsworth

Harmsworth may refer to: People Harmsworth surname Viscount Rothermere Viscount Northcliffe Baron Harmsworth Titles of the Harmsworth family of newspaper proprietors Other Harmsworth Popular Science, a magazine published in the early 20th century ...

Ian Henderson (racing driver)

Ian Henderson is an American stock car racing driver. Henderson last competed part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for Jimmy Means Racing. Henderson has also competed in ARCA and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.

Manuel Aguirre

Manuel Aguirre may refer to: Manuel Aguirre de Tejada 1827–1911, Spanish politician Manuel Aguirre, 20th-century Mexican general and leader of the Escobarista rebellion Manuel Bernardo Aguirre 1908–1999, Mexican politician Manuel Aguirre, a chara ...

Defensor

Matias Defensor Jr. born 1943, a Filipino politician Michael Defensor born 1969, a Filipino politician Arthur Defensor Jr. born 1969, a Filipino politician Miriam Defensor Santiago 1945–2016, a Filipino academic, lawyer and statesman Arthur Defen ...

Francisco Guerrero

Francisco Guerrero is the name of: Francisco Guerrero politician 1811–1851, Alcalde of San Francisco Francisco Guerrero Perez 1840-1910, Mexican serial killer whose name is sometimes shortened to Francisco Guerrero. Francisco Guerrero composer 15 ...

Don Pepe

Don Pepe may refer to: People Jose de la Rosa, 19th-century Mexican composer, printer, singer and guitarist living in California Jose Amalfitani 1894–1969, Argentine construction manager, sports journalist and association football executive Jose ...

Hache

Hache may refer to: Hache TV series, a 2019 Spanish television series Hache Ochtum, a river of Lower Saxony, Germany, headstream of the Ochtum French destroyer Hache, a destroyer built for the French Navy in the first decade of the 20th century

Gordon Brown (disambiguation)

Gordon Brown was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2007 to 2010. Premiership of Gordon Brown, his premiership Gordon Brown may also refer to:

Antiochus

Antiochus father of Seleucus I Nicator born 4th-century BC, father of Seleucus I Nicator, founder of the Hellenistic Seleucid Empire Antiochus Hierax died 226 BC, rebel brother of Seleucus II Callinicus Antiochus III the Great 241–187 BC, king 22 ...

Eleonora Ter-Parsegova-Makhviladze

Eleonora "Lola" Ter-Parsegova-Makhviladze was a Georgian-Armenian politician of the Social Democratic Party and member of the Constituent Assembly of Georgia from 1919 to 1921. After the Soviet takeover of Georgia in 1921, she was part of an oppo ...

Bibliography of the Post Stalinist Soviet Union

This is a select bibliography of English language books and journal articles about the Post-Stalinist era of Soviet history. A brief selection of English translations of primary sources is included. The sections "General Surveys" and "Biographies ...

Markar Esayan

Markar Esayan is an Armenian author, journalist and politician in Turkey. He completed his elementary and secondary education at Private Bomonti Armenian Catholic Primary School, and his high school education at Private Getronagan Armenian High S ...

Waverley

Waverley novel, by Sir Walter Scott Waverley Overture, a work by Hector Berlioz inspired by Scotts novel Bernice Waverley, a character in the Australian series City Homicide Waverley Harrison, a character in the New Zealand soap opera Shortland S ...

John MacFarlane

John MacFarlane New South Wales politician 1813–1873, Scottish-born Australian physician and Member of the New South Wales Legislative Council John MacFarlane Queensland politician 1823–1880, Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly for Rock ...

Austral Salon

The Austral Salon of Music, Literature and the Fine Arts also known as the Austral Salon is a club that was established for women interested in the fine arts in Melbourne.

John Carey

John Carey may refer to: John Carey congressman 1792–1875, United States Representative from Ohio; member of the Ohio House of Representatives John Carey Oregon politician, member of the Oregon Territorial Legislature, 1852 John Carey journalist ...

John Lister

John Lister may refer to: John Lister American football, American football coach John Lister philanthropist 1847–1933, first treasurer of the British Independent Labour Party John Lister Australian politician 1875–1935, member Australian House of ...

1993 in Australian literature

Peter Singer, How Are We to Live? Hazel Rowley, Christina Stead: A Biography Verity Burgmann, Power and Protest: Movements for Change in Australian Society Dorothy Hewett, The Toucher

Charles Fisher

Charles Fisher congressman 1789–1849, American politician Charles W. Fisher American politician, California politician Charles Thompson Fisher 1846–1930, American farmer and politician Charles W. Fisher 1866–1919, Canadian politician Charles Fish ...

James Burns

James Burns businessman?–2019, Canadian businessman James Burns Scottish shipowner 1789–1871 James D. Burns 1865–1928, American businessman and owner of the Detroit Tigers James Ormston Burns 1925–1998, founder of Burns London, a guitar and ampli ...

Charles Mackenzie

Charles Mackenzie may refer to: Charles Mackenzie diplomat 1788–1862, Scottish diplomat, writer and journalist Sgt. Charles Stuart MacKenzie, World War I Scottish soldier, subject of the lament -- "Sgt. MacKenzie" -- written and sung by his great ...

Robert Black

Robert Black American football, former head coach for the Sewanee college football team Bob Black baseball 1862–1933, 19th-century baseball player Bobby Black footballer 1927–2012, Scottish footballer Robert Black rugby player 1893–1916, New Zeal ...

William Kelly

Will Kelly born 1997, Canadian rugby union player Bill Kelly footballer, born 1930 born 1930, Australian rules footballer for Footscray Kenneth Kelly 1905–1984, nicknamed "Bill", American football player and coach, head coach at Central Michigan ...

Thomas Price

Thomas Price may refer to: Thomas Price Queensland politician 1840–1906, Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, Australia Thomas Price actor born 1985, Hong Kong-born actor Thomas Slater Price 1875–1949, British chemist Thomas Lawson Pric ...

Peter Bell

Peter Hansborough Bell 1810–1898, Governor of Texas, U.S. representative Peter Bell actor, British actor Peter Bell German politician 1889–1939, German teacher and politician Peter Alan Bell born 1958, American doctor of osteopathic medicine Pete ...

Daniel Sullivan

Dan Sullivan Australian politician born 1960, from Western Australia Dan Sullivan New Zealand politician 1882–1947, New Zealand politician Daniel V. Sullivan 1886–1966, New York judge and district attorney Dan Sullivan Arkansas politician born 19 ...

James Craig

Jim Craig One Life to Live, on television James Craig General Hospital, fictional character on television, a.k.a. Jerry Jacks Jim Craig The Man from Snowy River, fictional character in film James Humbert Craig 1877–1944, Irish painter Philip Crai ...

John Morrison

John B. Morison 1923–1996, member of the Canadian House of Commons for Wentworth and Halton - Wentworth John Morrison intelligence officer born 1943, British intelligence officer John Morison Banffshire MP c. 1757–1835, British MP for Banffshire ...

James Gardiner

Jim Gardiner Chicago politician, Chicago politician and alderman of the 45th ward in Chicago City Council James Wilfrid Gardiner 1924–2002, politician in Saskatchewan, Canada Jim Gardiner Family Coalition Party, Ontario political candidate James ...

George Buckley

George Buckley cricketer, born 1889 1889–1935, Derbyshire cricketer George Buckley cricketer, born 1875 1875–1955, Olympic Games cricketer of 1900

William Patterson

William G. Patterson 1923–2000, politician in Newfoundland, Canada R. William Patterson 1908–1994, American politician; former mayor of Dayton, Ohio William Patterson Ohio 1790–1868, U.S. Representative from Ohio William Patterson Alberta politic ...

Joseph Harper

Joseph or Joe Harper may refer to: Joseph Harper actor 1759–1811, English-born American actor and theatre manager Joseph Harper canoeist born 1966, American sprint canoer Joe Harper, a character in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, see list of charac ...

Charles Matthews

Charles Matthews or Mathews may refer to: Charles Matthews basketball born 1996, American basketball player Charles Matthews Pennsylvania politician 1856–1932,member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania Charles Mathews 1776–1835 ...

William Dyer

William Dyer may refer to: Bill Dyer 20th century, American broadcaster at two Major League Baseball All-Star Games William A. Dyer 1903–1993, American journalist William G. Dyer 1925–1997, American educator Willie Dyer born 1987, Scottish footba ...

1999 in Australian literature

Anne Summers, Ducks on the Pond: An Autobiography 1945–1976 Ian McFarlane, Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop David Walker, Anxious Nation: Australia and the Rise of Asia 1850–1939 Drusilla Modjeska, Stravinskys Lunch Les Murray poet, The Qu ...

2020 in Australian literature

John Kinsella, Displaced: A Rural Life Sophie McNeill, We Cant Say We Didnt Know: Dispatches from an age of impunity Cassandra Pybus, Truganini: Journey Through the Apocalypse Caroline Overington, Missing William Tyrrell Julia Baird, Phosphoresce ...

1989 in Australian literature

Nick Enright, Daylight Saving play Peta Murray Spitting Chips Wallflowering Jenny Kemp playwright, Call of the Wild David Williamson, Top Silk

James Brodie

James Brodie may refer to: James Brodie politician, born 1637 1637–1708, Scottish politician, Member of Scottish Parliament for Elgin & Forfarshire James William Brodie 1920–2009, New Zealand geologist James Brodie politician, born 1695 1695–1720 ...

William Fraser

William Fraser British Army officer 1890–1964, British army officer William Archibald Kenneth Fraser 1886–1969, British army officer William M. Fraser III born 1952, United States Air Force general William W. Fraser 1844–1915, American Civil War ...