Laurence Fogg
Laurence Fogg or Fogge (1623–1718) was dean of Chester.Fogg, son of Robert Fogg (who was an active worker for the parliament, rector of Bangor-is-y-Coed, Flintshire, ejected 1662, died 1676), was born...
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Thomas Grey, Lord Grey of Groby
Thomas Grey, Lord Grey of Groby (c. 1623–1657), was an elected Member of Parliament for Leicester during the English Long Parliament, an active member of the Parliamentary party and a regicide. He was...
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Mei Qing
Mei Qing (Chinese: 梅清; pinyin: Méi Qīng; Wade–Giles: Mei Ch'ing; ca. 1623–1697) was a Chinese landscape painter, calligrapher and poet active during the Qing Dynasty.Mei was born in ...
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Thomas Simon
Thomas Simon (c. 1623 – 1665), English medalist, was born, according to Vertue, in Yorkshire about 1623.Simon studied engraving under Nicholas Briot, and about 1635 received a post in connection with ...
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Edward Conway, 1st Earl of Conway
Edward Conway, 1st Earl of Conway PC, FRS (c. 1623 – 11 August 1683) was an English peer and politician who served as Secretary of State for the Northern Department between 1681 and 1683.
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George Fleetwood (regicide)
George Fleetwood (1623 – c. 1672) was an English major-general and one of the regicides of King Charles I of England.Fleetwood was one of the commissioners for the trial of Charles I, 1648–9; me...
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George Gwynne
George Gwynne (c 1623 – 1673) was a Welsh politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1654 and 1660.Gwynne was the son of David Gwynne and his wife Joan Morgan daughter of Geor...
Giovanni Ghisolfi
Giovanni Ghisolfi (1623 – 7 June 1683) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period.Born in Milan, he initially trained with his uncle, Antonio Volpino. At the age of 17, he travelled to Rome wi...
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Pierre de Villars
Pierre de Villars (1623, Paris - 20 March 1698, Paris), known as the marquis of Villars, was a French diplomat and conseiller d'État, as well as the father of the general Claude Louis Hector de Villar...
Jacob van der Does
Jacob van der Does (4 March 1623, Amsterdam - buried 17 November 1673, Sloten) was a Dutch Golden Age landscape painter.
Van der Does was the son of the secretary of the Amsterdam city council. He...
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Stephen Skinner (lexicographer)
Stephen Skinner (1623–1667) was an English Lincoln physician, lexicographer and etymologist.
He was the son of John Skinner of London. He matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford, on 6 December 1639;...
Inaba Masanori
Inaba Masanori (稲葉 正則, June 29, 1623 – July 4, 1696) was a daimyō of Odawara Domain in Sagami Province (modern-day Kanagawa Prefecture) in early-Edo period Japan. His courtesy title was Mino no Ka...
Roger Colman
Roger Colman (c 1623 - 1660) was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1660.Colman was the eldest son of Francis Colman of Gornhay, Tiverton, Devon and his wife Bridge...
Pema Rigdzin, 1st Dzogchen Rinpoche
Dzogchen Pema Rigdzin (Tibetan: རྫོགས་ཆེན་པདམ་རིག་འཛིན, Wylie: rdzogs chen padma rig 'dzin) (1625–1697) was the 1st Dzogchen Rinpoche of Tibet and a disciple of the Fifth Dalai Lama. Pema Ri...
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Mattheus van Helmont
Mattheus van Helmont (1623 – after 1685), was a Flemish painter specialized in genre scenes of interiors and village scenes. He was influenced by the style of David Teniers the Younger and Adria...
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Philip Sherard (MP)
Philip Sherard (17 November 1623 - 1695) was an English soldier, landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1660 to 1685.Sherard was the son of William Sherard, 1st Baron Sherard a...
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Elizabeth Pabodie
Elisabeth Pabodie (1623–1717), also known as Elisabeth Alden Pabodie or Elisabeth Peabody, was allegedly the first white woman born in New England.Elisabeth Pabodie was born Elisabeth Alden in 1623, t...
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Francis Brewster (MP)
Francis Brewster (1623 - 3 June 1671) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1653 and 1656.Brewster was the son of Robert Brewster of Wrentham, Suffolk. He matriculated from St C...
Nathanael Ball
Nathanael Ball (1623–1681) was an English clergyman, an assistant to Brian Walton in his London Polyglot Bible.
He was born at Pitminster, near Taunton Dean, Somerset. He was educated at Merchant ...
Juan Ramón Koenig
Juan Ramón Koenig (1623 Mechelen - 19 July 1709 Lima, Peru) was a Peruvian scientist.
He was a priest, and came to Peru in 1655, in the company of the viceroy, the Count of Alba de Aliste, who app...
Jacques de Claeuw
Jacques de Claeuw, or Grieff (May 1623, Dordrecht – 7 November 1694, Leiden), was a Dutch Golden Age painter.
According to Houbraken, together with Jacob Gerritsz Cuyp, Isaac van Hasselt, an...
David Questiers
David Questiers (February 2, 1623 - April 17, 1663) was a Dutch poet. Questiers was born and died in Amsterdam, and was the brother of the noted poet Catharina Questiers.
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Caspar Schamberger
Caspar Schamberger (1623 in Leipzig, Germany – 1706) was a German surgeon. His name represents the first school of Western medicine in Japan and the beginning of rangaku, or Dutch studies.Schamberger ...
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Christian Louis I, Duke of Mecklenburg
Christian Louis I, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1 December 1623 in Schwerin – 21 June [O.S. 11 June] 1692 in The Hague) was a reigning Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.
Christ...
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Samuel Jeake
Samuel Jeake (1623–1690), dubbed the elder to distinguish him from his son, was an English merchant, Nonconformist, antiquary and astrologer from Rye, East Sussex, England.
Born at Rye in Sussex,...
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Adam Hieronim Sieniawski (1623–1650)
Adam Hieronim Sieniawski (b. 1623 or 1624, d. 1650) was a Polish nobleHe was of Prokop Sieniawski and Eufrozyna nee Chodkiewicz.He was a starost of Lwów since 1648 and Field Clerk of the Crown since 1...
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Ercole, Marquis of Baux
Ercole Grimaldi, Marquis of Baux (16 December 1623 – 2 August 1651) was a member of the House of Grimaldi. He was the first Monegasque prince and heir apparent to the first Monegasque sovereign ...
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Decio Azzolino
Decio Azzolino (11 April 1623 – 8 June 1689) was an Italian Catholic Cardinal, code-breaker, investigator and leader of the Squadrone Volante.
Azzolino was born at Fermo, the son of Pompeo Azzolin...
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Colin Falconer (bishop)
Colin Falconer (1623–1686) was a 17th-century Scottish minister and bishop. Born in 1623, he was the son of Beatrix Falconer née Dunbar and her husband William Falconer of Dunduff. He graduated in the...