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Achille Fould
Achille Fould (17 November 1800 – 5 October 1867) was a French financier and politician.Born in Paris, the son of Beer Léon Fould, a successful Jewish banker, he was associated with and afterwards suc...
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George Bingham, 3rd Earl of Lucan
Field Marshal George Charles Bingham, 3rd Earl of Lucan GCB (16 April 1800 – 10 November 1888), styled Lord Bingham before 1839, was a British Army officer. He was hated by the Irish because of his in...
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Charles H. O'Neill
Charles H. O'Neill (May 1800 – November 8, 1897) was an Irish-American politician and a Democrat who served as Mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey, from May 4, 1868 until April 10, 1869, when he r...
John Hamlin
John Hamlin (October 25, 1800 – March 29, 1876) was an American politician. His travels early in his adulthood led him to Peoria, Illinois, where he traded for the American Fur Company. He served one ...
Joseph W. Hubbell
Joseph W. Hubbell (October 12, 1800 – February 13, 1884) was a member of the Connecticut House of Representatives from Norwalk from 1839 to 1841, and the first Warden of the Borough of Norwalk after i...
Thomas Holloway
Thomas Holloway (22 September 1800 – 26 December 1883) was an English patent medicine vendor and philanthropist.
Holloway was born in Devonport, Plymouth, Devon, the eldest son of Thomas and Mary ...
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John Baptist Yi
John Baptist Yi (c. 1800 – July 20, 1839) was one of the 103 Korean Martyrs. His feast day is July 20, and he is also venerated along with the rest of The Korean martyrs on September 20.John embraced ...
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Henry Hutchinson
Henry Hutchinson (16 October 1800 – 22 November 1831) was an English architect who partnered with Thomas Rickman in December 1821 to form the Rickman and Hutchinson architecture practice, in which he ...
Nicholas Kendall (Conservative politician)
Nicholas Kendall (22 December 1800 – 8 June 1878) was born in St Mabyn, Cornwall.Kendall was High Sheriff of Cornwall in 1847 and a Conservative Member of Parliament (MP). In 1858 he was chairman of t...
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Henri-Gustave Delvigne
Henri-Gustave Delvigne (April 10, 1800 in Hamburg – October 18, 1876 in Toulon) was a French soldier and inventor. He became a captain in the French infantry service, from which he resigned on t...
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David Bronson
David Bronson (February 8, 1800 – November 20, 1863) was a United States Representative from Maine. Born in Suffield, Connecticut, he graduated from Dartmouth College in 1819. He studied law, was admi...
Bentham's taxonomic arrangement of Adenanthos
George Bentham's taxonomic arrangement of Adenanthos was the first comprehensive taxonomic arrangement of that plant genus. It was published in 1870 in his landmark flora of Australia, Flora Australie...
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Daniel Wood (Mormon pioneer)
Daniel Wood (October 16, 1800 - April 15, 1892) was a Mormon pioneer and a settler of the western United States.
Wood was the son of Henry Wood and Elizabeth Demelt. He was born on October 16, 1...
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Pasquale Tola
Pasquale Tola (Sassari, November 30, 1800 - Genoa, 25 August 1874) was an Italian judge, politician and historian.Issue of an ancient and noble Sardinian family, he studied in Sassari, where he obtain...
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Jean Louis Marie Eugène Durieu
Jean Louis Marie Eugène Durieu (1800–1874) was an early French nude photographer, primarily known for his early nude photographs of men and women. A number of his male and female models were als...
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Eugène Corbin
Eugène Corbin (1800–1874) was a French procureur-général (government attorney) and politician. During the French Second Republic (1848–1851) he helped suppress opposition to the government headed by L...
Samuel Wright Mardis
Samuel Wright Mardis (June 12, 1800 – November 14, 1836) was an American politician and a member of the United States House of Representatives from Alabama. He was born on June 12, 1800 in Fayettevill...
Alexandre Glais-Bizoin
Alexandre Olivier Glais de Bizoin (9 March 1800, Quintin, Côtes-d'Armor - 6 November 1877, Lamballe), also known as Glais-Bizoin was an extreme-left French politician during the July Monarchy and crit...
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Thomas Horne (politician)
Thomas Horne (8 June 1800 – 23 September 1870) was an Australian judge and politician.
Horne was born in Chiswick, Middlesex and educated at Westminster School and Christ Church, Oxford. He enter...
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Ferenc Hüll
Ferenc Hüll (Slovene: Franc Hül, Prekmurian: Ferenc Hül) (August 28, 1800 – October 28, 1880) was a Slovene Roman Catholic priest, dean of the Slovene Circumscription (Tótság) and writer in Hungar...
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Henry K. Oliver
Henry Kemble Oliver (November 24, 1800 – August 12, 1885) was an American who served as the 5th Mayor of Lawrence, Massachusetts, the 21st Mayor of Salem, Massachusetts as a member of the Massachusett...
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Charles Neaves
Charles Neaves, Lord Neaves FRSE (1800–1876) was a Scottish advocate, judge, theologian and writer. He served as Solicitor General (1852), as a judge of the Court of Session, the supreme court of Sco...
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Peter Malm
Peter Malm (September 22, 1800 – August 7, 1868) was a major ship owner and merchant in Finland in the 19th century, and the father of Otto A. Malm.
Malm studied for a while at the Åbo Akade...
George Abercromby, 3rd Baron Abercromby
George Ralph Campbell Abercromby, 3rd Baron Abercromby (30 May 1800 – 25 June 1852) was a Scottish soldier, politician and peer. The son of George Abercromby, 2nd Baron Abercromby and Hon. Montague Du...
James H. Hays
James Harden Hays was a pioneer of bituminous coal mining in Western Pennsylvania. His first mine was opened in 1828, at the mouth of Street's Run, where it empties into the Monongahela River. He di...
Jacob Hinds
Jacob Hinds (1800 – October 20, 1873) was an American politician from New York.
In 1826, he married Almira Waldron (1805–1874), and they had five children, among them Franklin Hinds, Harrison Hind...
Samuel Roberts (writer)
Samuel Roberts (6 March 1800 – 24 September 1885), or simply "S.R.", was a Welsh political and economical writer.In 1843, Roberts founded a Welsh language journal, Y Cronicl, in which he campaig...
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Catherine Sinclair
Catherine Sinclair (17 April 1800 – 6 August 1864) was a Scottish novelist and writer of children's literature.
Catherine Sinclair was born in Edinburgh on 17 April 1800, the fourth daughter...
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