Ralph Stawell, 1st Baron Stawell
Ralph Stawell, 1st Baron Stawell (died 1689) was an English landowner, soldier, Member of Parliament and peer. Stawell married firstly Ann, a daughter of John Ryves, Esquire, and by her had one son, J...
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Pietro Montanini
Pietro Montanini (1619–1689), also called Petruccio Perugino, was an Italian painter of the Baroque period. He was born in Perugia and first apprenticed with the painter Ciro Ferri, then Salvator Rosa...
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Metcalfe Robinson
Sir Metcalfe Robinson, 1st Baronet (10 March 1629 - 6 February 1689 ) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1660 to 1679 and from 1685 to 1689.Robinson was the son of Sir Wil...
William Lodge
William Lodge (July 4, 1649 – 1689) was an English engraver and printmaker of the Baroque period.
He was born in Yorkshire, where his father was a merchant, and he inherited a degree of financial ...
Jean Paul Médaille
Jean Paul Médaille (29 January 1618 – 15 May 1689) was a French Jesuit missionary, and founder of an order of Catholic religious sisters. While the Catholic Encyclopedia (1911) and the Encyclope...
Obadiah Grew
Obadiah Grew (1607–1689) was an English nonconformist minister.
Grew was born at Atherstone, Warwickshire on 1 November 1607, the third son of Francis Grew and Elizabeth Denison. He was baptised ...
René Gaultier de Varennes
René Gaultier de Varennes (c 1635 – 4 June 1689) is best known in Canadian history as being one of the early governors of Trois-Rivières, Quebec and the father of Pierre Gaultier de Varennes, si...
Sir John Gell, 2nd Baronet
Sir John Gell, 2nd Baronet (1613 – 8 February 1689) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1654 and 1689.Gell was the son of Sir John Gell, 1st Barone...
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Alexander Coosemans
Alart, or Alexander Coosemans (name variations: Allicksander Cosmans and Alexander Cosmans) (1627, Antwerp –1689, Antwerp) was a Flemish Baroque painter specialized in still lifes.
Very lit...
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Edward Noel, 1st Earl of Gainsborough
Edward Noel, 1st Earl of Gainsborough (1641 – January 1689) was a British peer and member of the House of Lords, styled Hon. Edward Noel from 1660 to 1681.The son of Baptist Noel, 3rd Viscount Campden...
Nicholas Spencer
Col. Nicholas Spencer (1633–1689) was a London merchant who emigrated to Westmoreland County, Virginia, where he became a planter and which he represented in the Virginia House of Burgesses. Spe...
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Alexander Parker (Quaker)
Alexander Parker (21 June 1628 – 8 March 1689) was a Quaker preacher and author.He was born on 21 June 1628 at Chipping, Lancashire, England the son of Robert Parker. He was convinced and became a Qua...
Thomas Blanchet
Thomas Blanchet (1614 – 21 June 1689) was a French painter, draughtsman, architect, sculptor and printmaker.
Blanchet is thought to have been born in Paris. During his training there, Blanc...
Jacques Leneuf de La Poterie
Jacques Leneuf de La Poterie was born November 7, 1604, in Caen, Normandy - died November 4, 1687, in Québec. He was a fur merchant, businessman, seigneur and co-founder of the Communauté des habitan...
Henry Waldegrave, 1st Baron Waldegrave
Henry Waldegrave, 1st Baron Waldegrave (1661 – 24 January 1689) was an English peer and Jacobite supporter.The son of Sir Charles Waldegrave, 3rd Baronet, Waldegrave inherited his father's title in ab...
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Moses ben Jonathan Galante
Moses ben Jonathan Galante (1621 – February 4, 1689 Jerusalem), grandson of Moses Galante, was a 17th-century rabbi at Jerusalem. He served as the first Rishon Le'Zion and was called Magen (מגן) with ...
Pierre d'Espagnac
Pierre d'Espagnac, sometimes Pierre d'Espagnal (1650–1689) was a French Jesuit missionary in Siam (modern Thailand) during the 17th century.Pierre d'Espagnac was a member of a mission of 14 Jesuit sci...
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François Bonnemer
François Bonnemer was a French painter and engraver who was born at Falaise in 1637. He worked with Monier, the younger Corneille, and the younger Vouet on the ceiling of the gallery of the King's Aud...
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George Cooper (Parliamentarian)
George Cooper (1626 - 1689) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1654 and 1673. He fought in the Parliamentary army in the English Civil War.
Cooper w...
William Coddington, Jr.
William Coddington Jr. (18 Jan 1651 - 5 Feb 1689) was an early governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, serving two consecutive terms from 1683 to 1685.
Coddington was t...
Henry Norwood
Henry Norwood (c.1614–89), of Leckhampton, Gloucestershire, supported the Royalist cause in the English Civil War and was a Member of Parliament.
He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of England ...
Humphrey Lloyd (bishop)
Humphrey Lloyd (July or August 1610 – 18 January 1689) was Bishop of Bangor from 1674 until 1689.
Lloyd was the third son of the vicar of Ruabon, Denbighshire, Wales, and was born in Trawsfy...
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Anthony Coucheron
Anthony Coucheron (also recorded as Anton Coucheron or Anthony Willemsen; c.1650 – 14 March 1689) was an engineering officer. Coucheron played an important role in the history of Norwegian and Danish...
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Edward Villiers (1620–1689)
Sir Edward Villiers (1620 – 2 July 1689) was a British officer from the Villiers family. He was the fourth son of Sir Edward Villiers and Barbara St. John, half-nephew to George Villiers, 1st Duke of ...
Philip Louis, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Wiesenburg
Philip Louis of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Wiesenburg (born 27 October 1620 in Beck; died: 10 March 1689 in Schneeberg) was the founder and first duke of the line Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Wies...
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Quirinus Kuhlmann
Quirinus Kuhlmann (February 25, 1651 – October 4, 1689) was a German Baroque poet and mystic. Known for his travels throughout Europe, Kuhlmann spent the last years of his life in Russia, where he was...
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Michiel ten Hove
Michiel ten Hove (24 February 1640, The Hague – 24 March 1689, The Hague) was ad interim Grand Pensionary of Holland in 1688 and 1689.
He was a lawyer for the Dutch West Indies Company since...
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Charles Boscawen
Charles Boscawen (1627–1689) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons variously between 1654 and 1689.
Boscawen was the son of Hugh Boscawen of Tregothnan, Cornwall by his wife M...
Robert Wright (judge)
Sir Robert Wright (c. 1634 – 1689) was an English judge and Chief Justice of the King’s Bench 1687–89.
Wright was the son of Jermyn Wright of Wangford in Suffolk, by his wife Anne, daughter of Ric...
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Christophe Veyrier
Christophe Veyrier (25 June 1637 – 10 June 1689) was a French sculptor, the nephew and follower of Pierre Puget.Veyrier was born in Trets, Bouches-du-Rhône, France. He arrived in Genoa in 1663 and sta...
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