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  • Cumberland (Cumbria) - Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards

    Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards of Cumberland (Cumbria) Image right Beckermet - St. Bridget The aim of this project is to gather together information regarding cemeteries and graveyards in the county which either have available transcriptions or have been photographed and transcribed. Please update the project by adding links to any available monumental inscriptions...

  • Cumberland - Main Page

    Cumberland Historic County of England Related Projects Cumberland Famous People Cumberland Genealogical Resources Historical Cumberland Historic Buildings of Cumberland Cumberland Cumbria Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries & Graveyards People Connected to Cumberland

  • Cumberland - Genealogical Resources

    Cumberland/Cumbria Genealogical Resources Image Right - Cumbria Archives Centre The purpose of this project is to outline the regional resources available for research in Cumberland, both geographical/physical and online.

  • Jewish Community of Tyler, Smith County, Texas

    Under Construction Early Jewish Families in Tyler 20th Century Rabbis Rabbi Harvey Wessel Family Businesses New York Store Roosth Bakery Roosth and Genecov Tyler Baking Company

  • Saint James Lutheran Cemetery - St Jacobs, Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada

    Saint James Lutheran Cemetery Cemetery Address: 29 Henry St, St Jacobs GCT Lot 8, Woolwich Township GPS: 43.532951,-80.557836 Denomination: St James Evangelical Lutheran Maintained by: St. James Ev. Lutheran Church==Links== Canada Gen Web's Cemetery Project Find A Grave

  • County Durham - Genealogical Resources

    County Durham Genealogical Resources Image Right - County Durham Library The purpose of this project is to outline the regional resources available for research in County Durham, both geographical/physical and online.

  • Historical County Durham

    History of County Durham - England Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! The purpose of this project is to give a historical background to County Durham, to provide information about those individuals of Historic importance linked to the county and to add links to any profiles of significant people linked ...

  • Great Composers of Classical Music

    Historically Significant Composers of Classical Music This project is on History Link Web Gallery of Art, Classical Music, Composers (and music): [Partial list] : Johannes Ockeghem (c.1411 – 1497) Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750) Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714 – 1788) Johann Christian Bach (1735 – 1782) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 ȁ...

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  • North Woolwich Mennonite Cemetery - Woolwich Township, Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada

    North Woolwich Mennonite Cemetery 'Cemetery Address: 996 Sandy Hills Dr. GCT, Lot 99, Woolwich Township GPS: 43.650879,-80.574989 Denomination: Mennonite Maintained by: North Woolwich Mennonite Cemetery Board.==Links== Canada Gen Web's Cemetery Project Find A Grave

  • U2c (mtDNA)

    For people who have tested and are assigned the maternal haplogroup U2c or who are believed to have had that maternal haplogroup based on descendants tested. Defining Mutations (to be added) Origin (to be added) Distribution Haplogroup U2 is most common in South Asia[10] but is also found in low frequency in Central and West Asia, as well as in Europe as U2e (the Western Eurasia...

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  • Brooklyn Superbas (1913) (MLB)

    The Dodgers were originally founded in 1883 as the Brooklyn Atlantics, taking the name of a defunct team that had played in Brooklyn before them. The team joined the American Association in 1884 and won the AA championship in 1889 before joining the National League in 1890. They promptly won the NL Championship their first year in the League. The team was known alternatively as the Bridegrooms,...

  • Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers (1911–1912) (MLB)

    The Dodgers were originally founded in 1883 as the Brooklyn Atlantics, taking the name of a defunct team that had played in Brooklyn before them. The team joined the American Association in 1884 and won the AA championship in 1889 before joining the National League in 1890. They promptly won the NL Championship their first year in the League. The team was known alternatively as the Bridegrooms,...

  • Brooklyn Superbas (1899–1910) (NL and MLB)

    The Dodgers were originally founded in 1883 as the Brooklyn Atlantics, taking the name of a defunct team that had played in Brooklyn before them. The team joined the American Association in 1884 and won the AA championship in 1889 before joining the National League in 1890. They promptly won the NL Championship their first year in the League. The team was known alternatively as the Bridegrooms,...

  • Saint Joseph's University

    Joseph's University (also referred to as SJU or St. Joe's) is a private, coeducational Roman Catholic Jesuit university located in the Overbrook neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, and the Lower Merion Township on the historic Pennsylvania Main Line. The University was founded in 1851 as Saint Joseph's College by the Society of Jesus. Saint Joseph's is the seventh oldest ...

  • N21 (mtDNA)

    For people who have tested and are assigned the maternal haplogroup N21 or who are believed to have had that maternal haplogroup based on descendants tested. Possible time of origin: Possible place of origin: Distribution Haplogroup N21 - In ethnic Malays from Malaysia and Indonesia. Famous Members Catharina van Malabar, SM/PROG Discussions How to Participate To part...

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  • Members of the Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly

    This project has been created to house all current and former members of the Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly. Sources Official site Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly Wikipedia Chambre d'assemblée de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador, Wikipédia

  • Historical Cornwall

    Historical Cornwall History of the County of Cornwall - England Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! The purpose of this project is to give a historical background to Cornwall, to provide information about those individuals of Historic importance linked to the county and to add links to any profiles of ...

  • Historical Cheshire

    Historical Cheshire History of the County of Cheshire - England This project is a collection of Historic or Political profiles combined with a history of this County. The purpose of this project is to give a historical background to Cheshire, to provide information about those individuals of Historic importance linked to the county and to add links to any profiles of significant people link...

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  • Cheshire - Main Page

    This is the umbrella project for the County of Cheshire Related Projects - Cheshire - Famous People People Connected to Cheshire Cheshire - Genealogical Resources Historical Cheshire Historic Buildings of Cheshire Monumental Inscriptions and Graveyards of Cheshire

  • Cambridgeshire - Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards

    Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards of Cambridgeshire Image right - St. John the Baptist Church Cemetery - Somersham The aim of this project is to gather together information regarding cemeteries and graveyards in the county which either have available transcriptions or have been photographed and transcribed. Please update the project by adding links to any available monu...

  • Historical Cambridgeshire

    Historical Cambridgeshire History of the County of Cambridgeshire - England Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! The purpose of this project is to give a historical background to Cambridgeshire, to provide information about those individuals of Historic importance linked to the county and to add links t...

  • Bontwerkers in de familie

    Bontwerkers in de familie

  • Citrus Workers of Florida

    This project is for those who worked in the Florida Citrus Industry in various duties and work.

  • Jewish Families from Sobrance, Slovakia

    Sobrance, the easternmost town in Slovakia, is in the Kosice Region (Košický kraj) of Slovakia, about 18 km from Uzhorod, Ukraine and 22 km east of Michalovce. Before the end of World War I, Sobrance, then Szobránc, was the main city in the Szobránci járás (district) of Ung megye (county), Hungary. Sobrance is about 15 kilometers (just over 2 miles) w...

  • Polk County , Florida

    This project is for those from Polk County,Florida.

  • Jewish Families from Kolta (Stara Dala), Slovakia

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Kolta (Stara Dala), Slovakia. Family Search-Kolta (Stara Dala)

  • Alperovich - Heilbrun - Heilprin Family

    Andi Alpert Ziegelman is researching & writing the Alperovich/Heilbrunn/Heilbrun/Heilbronner/HeilprinFamily History. Andi welcomes anyone who can help her to join this project--the aim of the project is to-- Find proof of the connection between the Alperoviches whose name was originally Halperovich Find and elaborate on the connection between R. Judah ben Meir ha...

  • Jewish Families from Jelka (Galanta), Slovakia

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Jelka (Galanta), Slovakia also known as Jóka [Hun]. JewishGen-Jelka (Galanta) Family Search-Jelka (Galanta)

  • Washington Nationals (1886–89) (NL)

    The Washington Nationals, sometimes referred to as the Washington Statesmen, was a professional baseball team in the mid to late 1880s. They existed for a period of four years as a member of the National League (NL) from 1886 to 1889. During their four-year tenure they had six different managers and compiled a record of 163-337, for a .326 winning percentage. The franchise played their home gam...

  • American Association (AA) (Baseball) (1882-1891)

    The American Association (AA) was a professional baseball major league that existed for 10 seasons from 1882 to 1891. During that time, it challenged the National League (NL) for dominance of professional baseball. Together with the NL, the AA participated in an early version of the World Series seven times. At the end of its run, several franchises of the AA joined the NL. During its existen...

  • Baltimore Orioles (1882-1899) (AA and NL)

    The Baltimore Orioles were a 19th-century American Association and National League (organized 1876) team from 1882 to 1899. The early ball club, which featured numerous future Hall of Famers, finished in first place three consecutive years (1894–1895-1896) and won the "Temple Cup" national championship series in 1896 and 1897. Despite their success, the dominant Orioles were contracted o...

  • Jewish Families from Elberfeld (Nordrhein-Westfalen), Germany

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Elberfeld (Nordrhein-Westfalen), Germany. Please refer also to Wuppertal. JewishGen-Elberfeld (Nordrhein-Westfalen)

  • Jewish Families from Drietoma (Trencin), Slovakia

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Drietoma (Trencin), Slovakia also known as Drétoma [Hun], Drjethoma. JewishGen-Drietoma (Trencin) Family Search-Drietoma (Trencin)

  • Zombori járás in the Bacsensis-Bodrogiensis (Bács-Bodrog, Bačka-Bodrog) County.

    Zombori járás=Sombor district (Serbian: Сомбор / Sombor pronounced [sɔ̂mbɔr], Hungarian: Zombor, Rusyn: Zombor (Зомбор))In 1786, the city Zombor became the seat of Bacsensis-Bodrogiensis County, Today the district and city located in the province of Vojvodina, Serbia. administr...

  • Use of social networks in genealogy

    Many people provide information about their families on their social network profiles, and it is possible to use that to expand one's family tree horizontally. This project is created to facilitate discussion about the tactics of data collection, cleaning, publishing and also about ethics and linked issues relating to dissemination of information from social networks. Tools AGE2DOB a pa...

  • Scottish Battles, Conflicts and other events - Main Page

    Scottish Battles, Conflicts and other events (With significant dates and events added to the timeline to put the Battles into context) The object of this project is to build a timeline of significant Scottish Battles, Conflicts and events. The aim is to encourage the creation of supporting projects where these can be documented and where GENi profiles of participants can be linked.

  • Appin Murder

    Appin Murder Please add to and improve this project of you wish to be involved WITHOUT copying and pasting from external sources!

  • Battle of Aberdeen

    Battle of Aberdeen Contributors are welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! Date: 13 September 1644 Location: Aberdeen, Scotland Belligerents: Royalist Irish and Highland Scots Strength: 1,500 foot, 44 horse (cavalry)

  • Battle of Tillieangus

    Battle of Tillieangus Contributors welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! Date: 10 October 1571 Location: White Hill of Tillyangus, Aberdeenshire Belligerents Clan Gordon Strength; Losses; Clan Forbes Strength;

  • Battle of Craibstone

    Battle of Craibstone Contributors welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! Date: 20 November 1571 Location: Craibstone croft, Aberdeenshire Belligerents Clan Gordon Clan Irvine joined forces with the Clan Gordon in their feud against the Clan Forbes, as did The Clan Leslie and Clan Seton.

  • Battle of Corrichie

    Battle of Corrichie Contributors welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! Date: 28 October 1562 Location: Meikle Tap, Corrichie, Aberneenshire Belligerents Queen Mary's forces: Clan Fraser Clan Munro Clan Mackenzie

  • Battle of Harlaw

    Battle of Harlaw Scottish Gaelic: Cath Gairbheach "Red (Reid) Harlaw" The battle of Harlaw was a Scottish clan battle fought on 24 July 1411. It was one of a series of battles fought during the Middle Ages between the barons of northeast Scotland against those from the west coast.

  • Battle of Dupplin Moor

    Battle of Dupplin Moor A significant battle of the Second War of Scottish Independence, fought between supporters of the child David II , the son of Robert the Bruce , and rebels supporting the Balliol claim Please join the project and add information if you can.

  • Battle of the Pass of Brander

    Battle of the Pass of Brander Part of the Wars of Scottish Independence and of the civil war between the Bruce and Balliol factions Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!!

  • Battle of Methven

    Battle of Methven The Battle of Methven took place at Methven in Scotland in 1306, during the Wars of Scottish Independence. Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!!

  • Battle of Kinclaven

    Battle of Kinclaven Minor confrontation William Wallace ambushed an English force which was moving from Perth to reinforce Kinclaven Castle. He pursued the force inside the castle which surrendered. The garrison were then killed and the castle burned. Please join the project and add information if you can. {

  • Battle of Largs

    Battle of Largs Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!!

  • Battle of Mondynes

    Battle of Mondynes Also known as the Battle of Monthechin Contributors welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! Date: 12 November 1094 Location: Mondynes, Aberdeenshire, near Kincardine Belligerents Donald III Bane King Duncan the Second

  • Battle of Lumphanan

    Battle of Lumphanan Contributors welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! Date: 15th August 1057 Location: Aberdeenshire Result Belligerents Macbeth, King of Scotland ,

  • Battle of Carham

    Battle of Carham Also known as the Battle of Coldstream , from the town of Coldstream. Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions are welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! Date 1016 or 1018

  • Battle of Mortlach

    Battle of Mortlach Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions are welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! Date: 1010 Location: The battle took place near the Giant's Chair and the monastery of Mortlach, Banff 11 miles (N. E.) from Keith.

  • Battle of Luncarty

    Battle of Luncarty Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! Date: 980 Location: Perthshire - in a field on the banks of the Tay, two miles above the mouth of the Almond

  • Battle of Brunanburh

    Battle of Brunanburh Date 937 Location Uncertain; since 2004 the leading candidate is what is now Brackenwood Golf Course between Bromborough and Bebington in Merseyside; [BBC News, 20 December 2004, retrieved 7 December 2007]. Other places suggested include Brunswark, Annandale; or Tinsley, Yorkshire

  • Historic Buildings of Kent, England

    Historic Buildings of Kent England The object of this project is to provide information about historic buildings in the county of Kent, with links to sub-projects for specific buildings as appropriate. GENi profiles of people associated with those establishments can be linked to this project and/or to individual projects where they have been set up. Image right - Hever Castle See Historic...

  • Battle of Dun Nechtain

    Battle of Dun Nechtain Nechtansmere/Dunnichen* Date 20 May 685 Location Unknown - traditionally near Dunnichen, Angus; alternatively, near Dunachton, Badenoch. Belligerents Picts Northumbrians

  • Battle of Degsastan

    Battle of Degsastan The battle of Degsastan/Daegsastane was probably the start of the process of anglicisation the South of Scotland. Date 603 Location Not known although There are three claimants as the site of this battle:

  • Battle of Mons Graupius

    Battle of Mons Graupius Grampian Mountain Part of Roman conquest of Britain - the first major battle recorded in Scotland. Information about the Battle comes from the writings of the Roman historian, Tacitus , the son-in-law of Agricola, in his work on Agricola. Please join the project and add information if you can.

  • Battle of The Boyne

    Battle of The Boyne Please link GENi profiles involved to this project. Part of the Williamite War in Ireland Date: 1 July 1690 Old Style (11 July New Style, but now celebrated on 12 July)

  • 2nd Battle of Reading

    2nd Battle of Reading Date 9 December 1688 Location Reading, Berkshire Belligerents Soldiers loyal to James II v Dutch Republic

  • Battle of Maidstone

    Battle of Maidstone -fought in the Second English Civil War and was a victory for the attacking parliamentarian troops over the defending Royalist forces. Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!!

  • Battle of Crécy

    Battle of Crécy The Battle of Crecy, also called Battle of Cressy, (26 August 1346) was an important English victory during the Edwardian phase of the Hundred Years' War. Coupled with the later battles of Poitiers (also fought during the Edwardian phase) and Agincourt, it formed the first of three decisive English successes during the conflict.(1) HELP is always wel...

  • Battle of Halidon Hill

    Battle of Halidon Hill Second War of Scottish Independence. Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!! Date: 19 7 1333 Location: Halidon Hill, near Berwick-upon-Tweed

  • Battle of Loudon Hill

    Battle of Loudon Hill - Robert Bruce 's first major military victory Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!!

  • Battle of Glen Trool

    Battle of Glen Trool a.k.a. Glentrool Minor engagement or skirmish in the Scottish Wars of Independence. Please join the project and add information if you can. Contributions are welcome - but please do not copy and paste Wiki!!

  • Ballards

    From Great Britain, to Newfoundland, to NyNy, to Mass. to Penn, James City Virginia, Tenn, Ga., Ark., Oklahoma, Texas.

  • Families of Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada

    Families that have settled in Prince Edward County in Ontario, Canada. Help explore how families within this geographic area are linked together.

  • Boston Reds (1890–1891) (PL and AA)

    The Boston Reds were a 19th-century baseball team located in Boston, Massachusetts that played in the Players' League in 1890 and in the American Association in 1891. They played in the Congress Street Grounds in the 1890s. The team took its name from the successful Boston club of the National Association and National League formerly known as the (Boston) Red Stockings, who had changed their na...

  • Boston Beaneaters (1883–1906) (NL and MLB)

    After various name changes, the team eventually began operating as the Boston Braves , which lasted for most of the first half of the 20th century. Then, in 1953, the team moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and became the Milwaukee Braves , followed by the final move to Atlanta in 1966. Atlanta Braves (1966–present) Milwaukee Braves (1953–1965) Boston Braves (1941–1952) ...

  • Boston Red Caps (1876–1882) (NL)

    After various name changes, the team eventually began operating as the Boston Braves , which lasted for most of the first half of the 20th century. Then, in 1953, the team moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and became the Milwaukee Braves , followed by the final move to Atlanta in 1966. Atlanta Braves (1966–present) Milwaukee Braves (1953–1965) Boston Braves (1941–1952) ...

  • Philadelphia Athletics (1890–1891) (PL and AA)

    The Philadelphia Athletics were a short-lived Major League Baseball franchise that existed for two seasons from 1890 to 1891. Known alternatively as the Philadelphia Quakers, and sometimes informally as "Buffinton's Beauties", they played their first season in the newly created Players' League (PL) of 1890, and were managed by Jim Fogarty and Charlie Buffinton. After the demise of the PL follow...

  • Cleveland Infants (1890) (PL)

    The Cleveland Infants were a one-year baseball team in the Players' League. Owned by Al Johnson, the Infants finished 1890, their lone season, with 55 wins and 75 losses. Their home games were played at Brotherhood Park.

  • Philadelphia Athletics (1882-1890) (AA)

    The Philadelphia Athletics were a professional baseball team, one of six charter members of the American Association, a 19th-century major league, which began play in 1882 as a rival to the National League. The other teams were the Baltimore Orioles, Cincinnati Red Stockings, Eclipse of Louisville, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, and St. Louis Brown Stockings. The team took its name from a previous team...

  • A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and Other Townships of the County, Ezra E. Eby, 1895

    A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and Other Townships of the County: Being a History of the Early Settlers and Their Descendants, Mostly All of Pennsylvania Dutch Origin, as Also Much Other Unpublished Historical Information Chiefly of a Local Character, Volume 1 Ezra E. Eby, 1895 Online copies Our Roots University of Alberta Libraries Google books

  • Jamaican Coffee Corner

    Jamaican Coffee Corner Welcome! This project is for Jamaicans and friends to hangout and link up for fun and further research. Please add references and sources that you know to be accurate and useful! Please join this meeting-point to improve your interests in Jamaican genealogy. It has been started for people of Jamaica looking for their worldwide ancestors and other Geni-users who ca...

  • Boston Braves (1912–1935) (MLB)

    After various name changes, the team eventually began operating as the Boston Braves , which lasted for most of the first half of the 20th century. Then, in 1953, the team moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and became the Milwaukee Braves , followed by the final move to Atlanta in 1966. Atlanta Braves (1966–present) Milwaukee Braves (1953–1965) Boston Braves (1941–1952) ...

  • Killed by an animal

    Killed by an animal Please add Geni profiles of those who were killed by an animal, and do consider spinning off into more specific projects. facts and figures Chart: The animals that are most likely to kill you this summer Rounded to the nearest whole number, sharks killed about 1 person per year between 2001 and 2013. Same for alligators and bears, for that matter. Sharks, gators and ...

  • Historic Buildings of Northamptonshire, England

    Historic Buildings of Northamptonshire England The object of this project is to provide information about historic buildings in the county of Northamptonshire, with links to sub-projects for specific buildings as appropriate. GENi profiles of people associated with those establishments can be linked to this project and/or to individual projects where they have been set up. Image right - C...

  • Omega Psi Phi

    The Official Website of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

  • 2nd Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment (US Civil War)

    The 2nd Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. The 2nd Iowa Infantry was organized at Keokuk, Iowa and mustered into Federal service on May 28, 1861. At Keokuk, the field officers were chosen by a vote from the captains of each company within the regiment. Samuel R. Curtis was chosen as Colonel, James M. Tuttle wa...

  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

    The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) is a private, non-profit graduate college, with a main campus located on 17 acres in Philadelphia, in the US state Pennsylvania, and an additional campus located on 20 acres in Suwanee, Georgia. PCOM offers degree programs in osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, psychology, physician assistant studies, and forensic medicine. With 2,418 studen...

  • Early Settlers of Enkeldoorn - H

    Early Settlers of Enkeldoorn - H This is a sub-project of Early Settlers of Enkeldoorn - Main Page Extracted from Publication - THE WHITES OF ENKELDOORN 1880 to 1980 A history of the families of european descent who settled in the area of Enkeldoorn (renamed Chivu) Rhodesia. now Zimbabwe. Author -- Sarel Van der Walt Completed in approximately the year 2001 POPULATION ENKELDOORN -...

  • Ouachita Baptist University

    Baptist University (OBU) is a private, liberal arts, undergraduate institution located in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, which is about 65 miles southwest of Little Rock. The university's name is taken from the Ouachita (pronounced Wash'-uh-taw) River, which forms the eastern campus boundary. It is affiliated with the Arkansas Baptist State Convention. The student body is approximately 45% male and 55%...

  • People who died of heat stroke

    Heat stroke , also known as sun stroke, is a severe heat illness, defined as hyperthermia with a body temperature greater than 40.6 °C (105.1 °F) because of environmental heat exposure with lack of thermoregulation. This is distinct from a fever, where there is a physiological increase in the temperature set point of the body. The term "stroke" in "heat stroke" is a misnomer in ...

  • All About Harbin Family

    Recorded as Arban, Arbin, Arboin, Arboine, Arbouin, Arbon, Harben, Harbin, Harbert, Harberd, and possibly others, this is of English or in some cases, possibly Welch, origins. It may derive from a fused form of the pre 7the century Anglo-Saxon name 'Hari-beret', the later Herbert and translating as 'army bright,' or from the pre 12th century Welsh 'Ap or Ab Owen' meaning 'the son of Owen' and o...

  • Moderators of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland

    Scope of Project This project is a place to gather together profiles who were Moderators of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. References Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation , Vol. VII, page 436-447 Wikipedia contributors. " List of Moderators of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland ." Wikipedia,...

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  • House of Wróblewski

    The Wróblewski family of Lubicz coat of arms is notable Polish noble family in the Kingdom of Poland.

  • 27 Club

    This project is for celebrities, movie stars, and musicians who died at 27 years of age. Resources and links Celebrity Legacies episode on Jimi Hendrix, aired Sept. 16, 2015. People identified as being in the 27 Club Name Date of death Official cause of death Fame Age 27 Club references Alexandre Levy January 17, 1892 Unknown Composer, pianist and conductor 27 years, 98 days...

  • Hall County,Georgia

    This project is for those from Hall County,Georgia.

  • Hartley Mauditt, Ghost town, Hampshire, England

    Harltey Mauditt, Ghost town, Hampshire, England There is no sign of a Saxon church but within fifty years of William the Conqueror arriving on these shores, a church had been built at Hartley Mauditt. The name Hartley Mauditt comes from two periods. Hartley has a probable Saxon origin, meaning a woodland clearing frequented by stags and there are several of these in Hampshire, Hartley Wespall...

  • New Jersey Governors

    New Jersey Governors===List of Governors of New Jersey==

  • Prisoners incarcerated by the Nazis in Fort Breendonk during WWII

    This project is aimed to gather all known people that were incarcerated within Fort Breendonk by the Nazis, during WWII. The following text was taken from Wikipedia. Fort Breendonk (Dutch: Fort van Breendonk, French: Fort de Breendonk) is a military fortification situated at Breendonk, near Mechelen, in Belgium which is best known for its role as a Nazi prison camp (Auffanglager) during the...

  • AVCO World Trophy Champions

    The Avco World Trophy , also known as the Avco Cup , was the championship trophy of the original World Hockey Association (1972–1979). The trophy's naming rights were sold to the former Avco Corporation (a name originally derived from "Aviation Company"), a defense contractor who bought the rights to advertise their consumer finance division. The trophy was mocked by some for its corpora...

  • New England Whalers (WHA)

    The Hartford Whalers were an American professional ice hockey team based for most of its existence in Hartford, Connecticut. The club played in the World Hockey Association (WHA) from 1972 until 1979, and in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1979 to 1997. Originally based in Boston, Massachusetts, the team joined the WHA in the League's inaugural 1972 season, and was known as the New Englan...

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  • Hartford Whalers (NHL)

    The Hartford Whalers were an American professional ice hockey team based for most of its existence in Hartford, Connecticut. The club played in the World Hockey Association (WHA) from 1972 until 1979, and in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1979 to 1997. Originally based in Boston, Massachusetts, the team joined the WHA in the League's inaugural 1972 season, and was known as the New Englan...

  • Houston Aeros (WHA)

    The pHouston Aeros ] were a professional ice hockey team in the World Hockey Association (WHA) from 1972 to 1978.==Franchise history==The Aeros were originally slated to play in Dayton, Ohio as a charter member of the WHA. However, Dayton residents were lukewarm at best to a WHA team. However, while there were questions regarding whether a U.S. market with less than a million people and a stagn...

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  • Detroit Red Wings (NHL)

    The Detroit Red Wings are a professional ice hockey team based in Detroit, Michigan. They are members of the Atlantic Division in the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL) and are one of the Original Six teams of the league. Founded in 1926, the team was known as the Detroit Cougars from then until 1930. For the 1930–31 and 1931–32 seasons the team was called the ...

  • Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)

    The Philadelphia Flyers are an American professional ice hockey team based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that competes in the National Hockey League (NHL). They are members of the league's Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference. Part of the 1967 NHL Expansion, the Flyers were the first expansion team in the post-Original Six era to win the Stanley Cup, victorious in 1973–74 and...

  • World Hockey Association (WHA)

    The World Hockey Association (French: Association mondiale de hockey ) was a professional ice hockey major league that operated in North America from 1972 to 1979. It was the first major league to compete with the National Hockey League (NHL) since the collapse of the Western Hockey League (1952–74). Although the WHA was not the first league since that time to attempt to challenge the NH...

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