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Gurdan Saini

Rana Gurdan Saini-Rajput General was a Rajput warrior and military general who fought and died heroically in the battle of Ranthambore between the Turk forces of Jalaludin Khilji and Rajput forces of Rana Hamir Dev in the 14th century CE. Sometim ...

                                               

Rai Bhoe Bhatti

Rai Bhoe Bhatti was the founder of Nankana Sahib, formerly known as Rai-Bhoi-Di-Talwandi, a city in the province of Punjab. During the Muslim invasion of Punjab in the 14th century the region was transferred from the Muslim warrior chiefs in exch ...

                                               

14th-century Indian Jains

                                               

15th-century Indian Jains

                                               

Pierre Brunet (musician)

Pierre Brunet was a French musician who lived in Paris during the middle of the sixteenth century, a teacher of the mandola in that city. He is the author of a Tablature de Mandore, which was published by Adrien le Roy, Paris, in 1578. Mandore is ...

                                               

Bernat Csanyi (politician)

Bernat II Csanyi was born as the eldest son of Miklos II Csanyi fl. 1500–41 and Lucia Maraczy or Maraci. His grandfather was Balazs Csanyi. Bernat married Magdolna Kover de Bagonya, they had two children: Gyorgy and Imre. He served as Vice - Ispa ...

                                               

Aodh Mac Suibhne

Aodh Mac Suibhne, aka Hugh McSweeney, Gallowglass of Clanricarde, died 1586. Mac Suibhne were gallowglass profile who fought for the Earl Clanricarde in southern Connacht. The family lived in Rath Glas, and were descendants Domnul on Madhmann Mac ...

                                               

Fionnuala Ni Flaithbheartaigh

Fionnuala Ni Flaithbheartaigh, fl. 1545, Gaelic–Irish Lady. No Flaithbheartaigh was married to Burke from Inverin, whose land was inherited after his death by his son, Walter Fada Burke. No Flaithbheartaigh collusion with his brother, Domnall Mac ...

                                               

Cellach O Cellaigh

Cellach O Cellaigh, Chief of the Sept, fl. late 16th century. Cellach was a native of Aughrim, County Galway, and his Department head about the clan Cellaigh of UI Maine. He was a gr-gr-gr-gr-gr-gr-gr-gr grandson of conchobar Maenmaige ua Cellaig ...

                                               

Donnchadh mac Eamonn O Cellaigh

Donnchadhs reign saw the final subjugation of Ui Maine to the Clanricardes, after two centuries of virtual independence and seizure of lands conquered by the Burkes in the 13th century. The Clanricarde married the daughter of O Madadhan of Siol A ...

                                               

Feardorcha O Cellaigh

O Cellaigh was a native of Aughrim, County Galway. His father, Cellach O Cellaigh married Julia Ni Cellaigh, daughter of Tadg Dubh of Gallagh. He had a brother, Hugh, who died without male issue.

                                               

Muiris mac Donnchadh Ulltach O Duinnshleibhe

Muiris mac Donnchadh Ulltach O Duinnshleibhe, aka Father Muiris Ulltach, Irish cleric, fl. 1602-1630s. Father Muiris Ulltach participated AOD Ruadh o Domhnaill D. 1602 on his deathbed in Simancas castle, Spain, with father Muiris Mac Seaan Ulltac ...

                                               

William O Mullally

William Mullally, whose family name also appears as O Mullally, OMullally, Lally, Laly or Lawly, was Archbishop of Tuam in the Church of Ireland from 1573 to his death in 1595.

                                               

Servreagh OFolan

Servreagh OFolan, Irish Brehon, fl. 1585. OFolan was a member of the brehon hotel resident family in Conmhaicne Mara in the 16th century. They served as jurists, members of Flaithbheartaighs and other families in the region, as well as land-ownin ...

                                               

Lawrence III, Archbishop of Antivari

Lawrence III served as an Archbishop of Antivari in the early 16th century. In his capacity as the Bishop of Ulcinium, he took part in the fifth Lateran Council in 1514. In 1517 the Pope Leon x raised Lawrence to the rank of Archbishop of as Anti ...

                                               

American Puritans

                                               

Chretien DuBois

Chretien du Bois was a French official in the Comte of Coupigny. Many languages were spoken in the region, Old French, Dutch, German, and Corsican since Flanders area was part of the Spanish Netherlands. He was the father of three Protestant Fren ...

                                               

John Savage (engraver)

Savage was said to be French, and therefore may have been a Huguenot exile. He resided in Denmark Court, The Strand, until he purchased the plates and took over the business of Isaac Beckett at the Golden Head in the Old Bailey. Later he moved to ...

                                               

Christopher Nugent, Lord Delvin

Christopher Nugent, Lord Delvin was the eldest son of Richard Nugent, 2nd Earl of Westmeath. His brother was Thomas Nugent, 1st Baron Nugent of Riverston. His wife, Mary Butler, he had issue: John Nugent, 5th Earl of Westmeath, 1671-3 Jul 1754. R ...

                                               

Gordon ONeill

Gordon ONeill, was an Irish colonel in King James IIs army who fought in the Battle of the Boyne and the Battle of Aughrim for the Jacobites.

                                               

Sean Mor Seoighe

Sean Mor Seoighe was an Irish steward, stonemason, and builder. He was the ancestor of many of the Joyce families of County Kerry, County Limerick, and County Cork, including that of the author James Joyce, Patrick Weston Joyce and Robert Dwyer J ...

                                               

Michael Shiell

Michael Shiell OFM, Guardian of Killeigh, fl. 1693–98. Shiell was a family member O Siadhail of the Kingdom of UI Failghe, who was known to County Offaly and County Laois in the late middle ages / early modern period. Shiell was a member of the F ...

                                               

Niccolo Ridolfi (Dominican)

Ridolfi joined the Dominican Order. Ridolfi was a student at the College of St. Thomas, and became rector there in 1630. Under Pope urban VIII, he was master of the sacred Palace. In the Chapter held in 1629 he was elected master of his order. He ...

                                               

Diamante Maria Scarabelli

Diamante Maria Scarabelli was an Italian soprano singer of the later 17th century and the early 18th century. She is best remembered for having sung the part of Poppea in George Frederic Handels opera Agrippina, a role that requires a wide vocal ...

                                               

Juan Cerezo de Salamanca

Juan Cerezo de Salamanca was interim Spanish governor of the Philippines from August 2, 1633 to June 25, 1635. Cerezo de Salamanca, was appointed provisional Governor of the Philippines to the Viceroy of New Spain, Rodrigo Pacheco g Osorio, marqu ...

                                               

Diego de Salcedo

Diego de Salcedo, a Spanish army officer during the Eighty Years War, was the Governor-General of the Philippines from 1663 to 1668. He reinforced the army of the archipelago and promoted trade with America. In his participation during the Eighty ...

                                               

18th-century American Episcopalians

                                               

John Easty

John Easty was a marine in the New South Wales Marine Corps who served in the First Fleet that establish the British colony of New South Wales, Australia in 1788. Easty joined the marines no later than January 1784, and was appointed to Captain-L ...

                                               

John Andrew (archdeacon)

                                               

Mrs Dubois

Mrs Dubois was a naval contractor and tavern-keeper in London in the mid-eighteenth century. She may have taken over business on the death of her husband. Several taverns in London at this time sold portable soup’, a stiff jelly made by boiling d ...

                                               

John Grant (priest)

                                               

John June

June worked regularly for the publisher Robert Sayer. He made engravings from his own drawings, as a general rule, though he did make plates after John Collett. Some of them, such as The Farm Yard and The Death of the Fox, were engraved in a bold ...

                                               

Mary Kendall

                                               

James Williamson (priest)

                                               

François Henri, comte de Virieu

François-Henri, comte de Virieu was a French nobleman and a statesman of the French Revolution, at first a supporter of its efforts, later an agent of counter-revolution. His direct descendant is the journalist fr:François-Henri de Virieu.

                                               

Gyorgy Csanyi (politician)

Gyorgy Csanyi was a Hungarian politician and official from the old noble Csanyi family. Gyorgy Csanyi III was born as the son of Ferenc I Csanyi and his second wife Maria Akacs. He had several siblings, including Laszlo II, a judge in the County ...

                                               

Rajko Depreradovic

Rajko Depreradovic was a leader of colonists who settled free lands in what is now known as Donbass that were offered for settlement in 1752 to Serbs, Vlachs and other Balkan people of the Christian Orthodox faith to ensure frontier protection an ...

                                               

Sibella Cottle

Sibella Cottle was the mistress of Sir Henry Lynch-Blosse, 7th Baronet of Balla, County Mayo, Ireland. His family conformed to Protestantism in the mid-18th century. She had seven children by him, each of whom was left a generous legacy in their ...

                                               

Thomas FitzGerald of Turlough

FitzGerald was the son of John FitzGerald died 1720, who had been transplanted from Gurteens, County Kilkenny, to County Mayo in 1653. He was allocated half the estates of Walter Bourke in the parish of Turlough, five miles north of Castlebar. Th ...

                                               

Ambrose Madden (II)

                                               

Giordano Riccati

Giordano Riccati or Jordan Riccati was the first experimental mechanician to study material elastic moduli as we understand them today. His 1782 paper on determining the relative Youngs moduli of steel and brass using flexural vibrations preceded ...

                                               

Manuela Sanchez de Tagle, 3rd Marquesa of Altamira

Doña Manuela was the daughter of Don Pedro Sanchez de Tagle, 2nd Marquis of Altamira and Doña Luisa Sanchez de Tagle, daughter of Don Luis Sanchez de Tagle, 1st Marquis of Altamira. Her parent are first cousins, making her a product of inbreeding.

                                               

Ezra P. Ewers

Lieut-Col. Ezra P. Ewers was born in Wayneport, Wayne County, New York He was educated in the public schools and was a practical machinist by trade. January 18, 1862, he enlisted in the 19th infantry, USA and was promoted first Sergeant March 7, ...

                                               

Ambrose Madden (III)

Ambrose Madden, Chief of the Name, fl. after 1810. A native of Eyrecourt, County Galway, Ambrose was the first head OMadden know the name, reside outside of Ireland.

                                               

Burchard Miller

Burchard Miller, was one of the many persons interested in the 1840s in securing land grants from the Republic of Texas for colonization enterprises. Miller was also known at Burkart Mueller of Houston. February 8, 1842, he joined the Henry Franc ...

                                               

David G. Robinson

Dr. David G. Robinson, an American druggist by training, was an early theatrical pioneer in Northern California. Along with others, he established the San Francisco-Sacramento-Placerville entertainment circuit of the day, as well as some of San F ...

                                               

19th-century American Episcopalians

                                               

19th-century British North American people

                                               

19th-century Canadian people (post-Confederation)

                                               

Raoul du Bisson

Count Raoul du Bisson was a French aristocrat, adventurer and agent provocateur. He belonged to a Norman family ennobled by Louis XVIII and was a relative of Henri Conneau, a personal friend and physician of Napoleon III. In 1863, Du Bisson recru ...

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