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William Henry Biedermann

William Henry Biedermann’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Susan Fenimore Cooper Scarsdale

Susan Fenimore Cooper Scarsdale’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Edward Barnwell

Edward Lowry Barnwell (1813 – 9 August 1887) was a British antiquarian and schoolmaster who was headmaster of Ruthin School, Denbighshire for 26 years.

Edmund Walker

Sir Byron Edmund Walker, CVO (14 October 1848 – 27 March 1924) was a Canadian banker. He was the president of the Canadian Bank of Commerce from 1907 to 1924, and a generous patron of the arts, helping to found and nurture many of Canada’s cultural and educational institutions, including the University of Toronto, National Gallery of Canada, the Champlain Society, Appleby College, Art Gallery of Ontario and Royal Ontario Museum.

Martha Somerville

Martha Somerville’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Philip Howard Frere

Philip Howard Frere (1813–1868) was an English academic and writer on agricultural matters.

James Gifford

James Gifford, the elder (c.1739–1813) was a British Army officer and Unitarian writer.

Marie Blaze de Bury

Marie Pauline Rose Blaze de Bury, geb. Stuart (* 1813 in Oban (Schottland); † 1894) war eine französische und englische Schriftstellerin aus alter schottischer Familie.

Archibald Robertson

Archibald Robertson may refer to:
Archibald Robertson (painter), (1765–1835), Scottish born painter who operated the Columbian Academy of Painting in New York with his brother Alexander
Archibald Robertson (physician) (1789–1864), Scottish physician; grandfather of the bishop
Archibald Robertson (bishop) (1853–1931), Principal of King’s College London and Bishop of Exeter
Archibald Thomas Robertson (1863–1934), American theologian
Rev. A. E. Robertson (1870–1958), first person to “bag” Scotland’s 283 Munro peaks
Archibald Robertson (atheist) (1886–1961), British atheist, son of the bishop
Archie Robertson (footballer) (1929–1978), Scottish footballer

Henry Wikoff

Henry Wikoff (c. 1812 – 28 April 1884), known as the Chevalier Wikoff, was an American traveler, writer and diplomat.

Victor Willard

Victor M. Willard (1813 – December 10, 1869) was an American farmer from Waterford, Wisconsin who spent two years (1849–1850) as a Free Soil Party member of the Wisconsin State Senate from the 17th District.

John Sutherland Valentine

John Sutherland Valentine’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

James Stoughton Money-Kyrle

James Stoughton Money-Kyrle’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

George Cherry

George Cherry’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Mary Jane Megquier

Mary Jane Megquier (1813–1899) was an American businesswoman. She participated in the California Gold Rush. She is mentioned alongside Luzena Wilson and Mary Ellen Pleasant among the women who managed to profite among the miners of the Gold Rush by selling ‘female gendered” domestic services to the miners.

John Ellison Vassar

John Ellison Vassar (1813–1878) was an American lay preacher and missionary.

Ann Moore

Ann Moore (31 October 1761 – 1813) was an English woman who became notorious as the fasting-woman of Tutbury. From 1807 to 1813, she claimed to have eaten nothing at all, but her claims were eventually shown to be a hoax.

Ann Maria Thorne

Ann Maria Thorne, more widely known as Mrs. French (née Mestayer; 1813 Philadelphia – 20 June 1881 Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York) was an early American concert singer and actress from Philadelphia. As “Mrs. French,” she was among the most famous singers in America during the 1820s.

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