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Francis Inglefield

Inglefield was commissioned into the 15th Regiment of Foot on 13 June 1874. He saw action at the Battle of Poplar Grove on 7 March 1900 and at the Battle of Driefontein in March 1900 during the Second Boer War for which he was appointed a Compani ...

Francis Marshall (British Army officer)

Marshall was commissioned into the Seaforth Highlanders on 28 September 1895. He became commander of 150th York and Durham Brigade in June 1918 and General Officer Commanding 52nd Lowland Infantry Division in September 1918 on the Western Front d ...

Leslie Lockhart

Lockhart was commissioned into the Royal Field Artillery on 28 July 1915. He was awarded the Military Cross for services in the First World War. He served in the Second World War as a colonel on the British Army Staff at Washington, D.C. from 194 ...

Charles Firth (British Army officer)

He was the son of Major Edward William Anson Firth of the 69th Punjabis, who died in 1906. He was educated at Wellington College and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst.

Battle of Banavar

Battle of Banavar was a land battle fought between the Maratha Empire and the Kingdom of Mysore in the year 1682. The Mysore forces under King Chikka Devaraja defeated the Maratha forces and their allies under Sambhaji, forcing him to retreat tem ...

Battle of Trichinopoly(1682)

Battle of Trichinopoly was a battle fought between the Maratha Empire and the Kingdom of Mysore. The Maratha forces and their allies under Sambhaji besieged and captured the city of Tiruchirappalli.

Yongping

Yongping Township 永坪乡 in Li County, Gansu, China Yongping, a former prefecture of Beizhili in imperial China, now known as Lulong, Hebei Yongping County, a county in Yunnan, China

CSHS

CSHS may stand for: Carine Senior High School Cairns State High School Coral Springs High School Canyon Springs High School Cardinal Spellman High School New York City Caboolture State High School Coral Chores High School Coburg Senior High Schoo ...

He (surname)

He) is a Chinese surname also Romanized Ho. It is 71st in the list of the top 100 most common Chinese family names. It means "celebrate, congratulate. According to a 2013 study it was the 86th most common surname, shared by 2.740.000 people or 0. ...

Iuz

In the World of Greyhawk campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game, Iuz is the chaotic evil demigod of Deceit, Evil, Oppression, Pain, and Wickedness. Iuz is variously called "The Old One" and "Old Wicked," among other titles. ...

Glenbrook

Glenbrook, Nevada County, California Glenbrook, Lake County, California Glenbrook, California Glenbrook Stamford, a section of Stamford, Connecticut Glenbrook, Nevada, the oldest settlement on Lake Tahoe Glenbrook, Oregon Glenbrook, West Virginia

RAF Maghaberry

Royal Air Force Maghaberry or more simply RAF Maghaberry is a former Royal Air Force satellite airfield located north of Maghaberry, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The site of former RAF Maghaberry was transformed into HM Prison Maghaberry as w ...

Seigneur (disambiguation)

Seigneur, was the name formerly given in France to someone who had been granted a seigneurie by the crown, with all its associated rights over person and property. Seigneur may also refer to: Eddy Seigneur born 1969, French road racing cyclist Th ...

Bowland

Bowland at its most general usually refers to: Forest of Bowland, an area of barren gritstone fells, deep valleys and peat moorland, mostly in north-east Lancashire, England, with a small part in Yorkshire Trough of Bowland, a valley and high pas ...

Border Moors & Forests

Border Moors and Forests NCA is an upland plateau region in Northern England between the North East and North West regions, and touching the Anglo-Scottish border. The region, like much of the northern English uplands, is sparsely populated, with ...

Cheviot Fringe

Cheviot Fringe is a geographical region and a Natural England designated National Character Area located in the county Northumberland in northern England. The region consists of the undulating lowlands between the Cheviot Hills and the Northumber ...

Culter Hills

The Culter Hills, Coulter Fells or variations thereof, are a range of hills, part of the Southern Uplands of Scotland. They are neighboured to the east by the Manor Hills and are split roughly in half by the border between South Lanarkshire and t ...

Houston station

Houston station may refer to: Houston station Texas, an Amtrak station in Houston, Texas Houston station British Columbia, a Canadian National Railway station in Houston, British Columbia Georgetown railway station Scotland, originally Houston, a ...

Montrose station

Montrose station may refer to: Montrose Avenue BMT Canarsie Line, a subway station in Brooklyn, New York, United States Montrose railway station Caledonian Railway, a former station in Montrose, Angus, Scotland Montrose station CTA Brown Line, a ...

Rudolph von Ripper

Rudolph Carl von Ripper, known as Rip or Jack the Ripper, was an Austrian-born American surrealist painter and illustrator, soldier and Office of Strategic Services agent.

Margaux Dietz

Margaux Stephanie Persson Dietz, is a Swedish blogger, television personality, and television presenter. She is best known as a former celebrity dancer in Lets Dance, presenting the dating show Hemlig beaundrare, and presenting the political YouT ...

Matt Delmont

Matt F. Delmont is an American historian. He is the Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor of History at Dartmouth College and former Professor of History at Arizona State University and Scripps College.

Tower Theatre (Sacramento, California)

The Tower Theatre, built in 1938, is a Sacramento, California landmark and the oldest remaining, continuously running picture palace. The theater was designed by California theater architect William B. David in the Streamline Moderne style of arc ...

Whitefield J. McKinlay

Whitefield J. McKinlay was a teacher, state legislator, and real estate businessman who lived in Charleston, South Carolina and then Washington D.C. The Library of Congress has a glass plate negative portrait of him. In other photographs he is am ...

Luis Echegoyen

Luis A. Echegoyen is a chemistry professor at the University of Texas at El Paso, and 2020 President of the American Chemical Society.

Patrice Rankine

Patrice Rankine was born in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York on September 25, 1971. Son of Jamaican immigrants, he spent his pre-school and first school years in Kingston, Jamaica, before returning to Brooklyn in 1979. He attended public schools ...

Lauren W. Wilson

Wilson was born in Chesterfield, Missouri. She grew up in the suburbs of St. Louis, Missouri. Wilson is a graduate of Spelman College. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with a concentration in International Relations. While ...

Silas Creek Parkway (Winston-Salem)

Silas Creek Parkway is a road in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Despite the name saying that the whole route is a Parkway, the road is hybrid in character: The road is like an expressway as it has a mix of interchanges and not so many traffic lig ...

Huntington National Bank Building

The Huntington National Bank Building is a bank and office building on Capitol Square in Downtown Columbus, Ohio. Once the headquarters to the Huntington National Bank, it now includes the companys primary lending bank, the Capitol Square Branch. ...

Ceres, Oklahoma

Ceres is a small U.S. unincorporated community in Noble County, Oklahoma. It is located north of Perry, south of Tonkawa, east-northeast of Enid and southwest of Ponca City off US-77 and SH-15. The town was named McKinney shortly after the Land R ...

John Holder

John Holder may refer to: John N. Holder, associated with Holder Plantation; longtime owner/editor of The Jackson Herald and candidate for Governor in U.S. state of Georgia Sir John Eric Duncan Holder, 3rd Baronet 1899–1986, of the Holder baronet ...

Japanese transport ship Kita Maru (1918)

Kita Maru was a Dutch-built, steel-hulled steamship that was seized by Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II and converted into an auxiliary transport.

Timeline of the Syrian Civil War (January–April 2020)

The following is a timeline of the Syrian Civil War from January to June 2020. Information about aggregated casualty counts is found at Casualties of the Syrian Civil War.

1916 North Dakota gubernatorial election

The 1916 North Dakota gubernatorial election was held on November 7, 1916. Republican nominee Lynn Frazier defeated Democratic nominee D. H. McArthur with 79.24% of the vote.

John de la Pole

John de la Pole may refer to: John de la Pole born c.1385, MP for Derbyshire UK Parliament constituency in 1416, 1417 and 1426 John de la Pole, 1st Earl of Lincoln 1462/1464–1487, son of the above John de la Pole died c.1397, MP for Derbyshire UK ...

Christ in Glory with Saints and Odoardo Farnese

Christ in Glory with Saints and Odoardo Farnese or Christ in Glory with Odoardo Farnese and Saints Peter, John the Evangelist, Mary Magdalene, Hermenegild and Edward is a painting by Annibale Carracci. Placed in the Eremo di Camldoli either early ...

Bendix Frantz Ludwig Schow

Bendix Frantz Ludwig Schow was the mayor of Aabenraa from 1805 to 1837. A German-speaking member of the nobility of Schleswig-Holstein, he played an important role in a period when the rise of nationalism started to create conflicts between the G ...

Shichuan

Shichuan is a town of Gaolan County, Lanzhou, Gansu Province, Peoples Republic of China. The town was first historically described as a military garrison and fort, established in 1495 during the reign of the Hongzhi Emperor in the Ming Dynasty, b ...

Lord Henry Percy (disambiguation)

Lord Henry Percy properly refers only to: Lord Henry Percy 1817–1877, younger son of the 5th Duke of Northumberland and an English recipient of the Victoria Cross It may also, erroneously, refer to: Sir Henry Percy "Hotspur" 1364–1403, eldest son ...

Elizabeth Percy

Elizabeth Percy may refer to: Elizabeth Douglas-Hamilton, Duchess of Hamilton and Brandon 1916-2008, nee Elizabeth Percy Elizabeth Percy, Countess of Northumberland ~1646-1690, nee Wriothsley, wife of Josceline Percy, 11th Earl of Northumberland ...

William de Percy, 6th Baron Percy

William de Percy, sixth feudal baron of Topcliffe, was an English noble. He was a son of Henry de Percy and Isabel de Brus. He died in 1245 and was buried at Sawley Abbey.

Huazhou

Huazhou may refer to: Huazhou, Guangdong 化州市, a county-level city in Guangdong Huazhou District 华州区, a district in Weinan, Shaanxi Huazhou Subdistrict, Weinan 华州街道, subdivision of Huazhou District Huazhou Subdistrict, Guangzhou zh; 华洲 ...

Zhangcun

Zhangcun, Anji County 章村镇, Zhejiang Zhangcun, Yushan County 樟村镇, Jiangxi Written as "张村镇": Zhangcun, Anhui, in Lixin County Zhangcun, Shandong, in Huancui District, Weihai Zhangcun, Pinglu County, Shanxi Zhangcun, Dengzhou, Henan Zhangcu ...

Shimen

Shijiazhuang, known as Shimen until 1948, the capital of Hebei province Shimen County, Hunan Towns Shimen, Tongxiang, Zhejiang Shimen, Luonan County, Shaanxi Shimen, Lulong County, Hebei Shimen, Langao County, Shaanxi Shimen, Xunyang County, Shaa ...

Wangdian

Wangdian, Anhui, Yingzhou District, Fuyang Wangdian, Dangyang, Hubei Wangdian, Neixiang County, Henan Wangdian, Tibet Wangdian, Xiaochang County, Hubei Wangdian, Zhejiang, Xiuzhou District, Jiaxing

Wangcun

Wangcun, Dacheng County 旺村镇, Hebei Wangcun, Xiuning County 汪村镇, Anhui Written as "王村镇": Wangcun, She County, Anhui Wangcun, Zibo, in Zhoucun District, Zibo, Shandong Wangcun, Xingyang, Henan Wangcun, Gansu, in Jingchuan County Wangcun, J ...

Shiqiao

Shiqiao Subdistrict, Guangzhou 市桥街道, in Panyu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong Written as "石桥街道": Shiqiao Subdistrict, Zibo, in Zhangdian District, Zibo, Shandong Shiqiao Subdistrict, Dashiqiao, Jilin Shiqiao Subdistrict, Hangzhou, in Xiach ...

Dushan

Dushan may refer to: Dushan, Kerman, Iran, a village in Kerman Province, Iran Dusan, or Dushan, a Slavic name Dushan, Kurdistan, Iran, a village in Kurdistan Province, Iran Dushan Ramayana, a demon character in Indian epic Ramayana.

Fangcheng

Fangcheng District 防城区, Fangchenggang, Guangxi Fangcheng County 方城县, of Nanyang, Henan Fangcheng, Fangchenggang 防城镇, town in and seat of Fangcheng District Fangcheng, Linyi 方城镇, town in Lanshan District, Linyi, Shandong Fangcheng, Xin ...

Jinhua (disambiguation)

Jinhua is a prefecture-level city in central Zhejiang province, Peoples Republic of China. Jinhua may also refer to: Jin Chinese 晋话, a subdivision of spoken Chinese Jinhua Railway Station 金华站, both CRH and China Railway in Jinhua, Zhejiang J ...