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(1795 - 1880)
Baptised in Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex at St Mary the Virgin along with his older brother William. Parents John and Mary.
(c.1780 - c.1825)
Thomas Copeland was born circa 1780, possibly in Virginia. He married Ann Hood in Campbell County, VA on 23 Oct 1802. Ann was the daughter of James Hood, probably the James Hood of Prince Edward County...
Thompson Dalzell MP
(c.1810 - 1885)
"Humphrey Thompson Jackson Dalzell"
Thompson was a potato farmer in Carrowreagh Townland, Dundonald. When the potato famine hit, he planned to move to America. However the outbreak of the American civil war made him change his plans and ...
Štefan (Konjevic) Cognevich
(1812 - 1860)
The Cognevich-Konjevic family has the distinction of being one of the first and largest families of Dalmatian descent in Plaquemines Parish. Though several Cognevich-Konjevic’s came into the Gre...
Adalbert II de Metz et Saargau, duc de Basse-Lorraine MP
(970 - 1033)
"Count Ofmetz /Adalbert/"
died about 1033 Bouzonville, returning from Jerusalem
ADALBERT, son of [RICHARD Graf von Metz or GERARD Graf von Metz] & his wife --- (-[1 Feb/30 Jun] 1037 or after, bur Bourzonville Monastery). Wi...
Rudolf I von Habsburg, Roman-German King MP
(1218 - 1291)
"also known as Rudolph of Habsburg"
Rudolph I of Germany
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rudolph I, also known as Rudolph of Habsburg (German: Rudolf von Habsburg, Latin Rudolfus) May 1, 1218 – July 15, 1291) was King of...
Guntram "the Rich", count of Sundgau MP
(c.920 - c.973)
"Guntram Dives", "Guntram the Rich", "der Reiche", "comte de Sundgau"
He was Count in the Aargau, Herr von Muri, and probably also Count in Breisgau (962) and Count of Sundgau (Upper Alsace), . His nickname, "the Rich", testifies to his wealth among his peers. Guntram ha...