Alexandre Cabanel
Alexandre Cabanel (Montpellier 28 de septiembre de 1823 - París 23 de enero de 1889). Pintor francés. Alumno de François-Édouard Picot en la École des Beaux-...
John Echols
John Echols (March 20, 1823 – May 24, 1896) was a general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War.
Echols was born in Lynchburg, Virginia, and was educated at the Virgin...
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Charles Ellice
General Sir Charles Ellice GCB (1823–1888) is a former Adjutant-General to the Forces.
He was born at Florence on 10 May 1823, was second son of General Robert Ellice, the brother of the Right Hon...
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Louis-Frédéric Brugère
Louis-Frédéric Brugère (8 October 1823 Orléans—11 April 1888, Issy) was a Roman Catholic professor of apologetics and church history.He studied with the Christian Brothers at St. Euverte, and at...
George Henry Moore (author)
George Henry Moore (April 20, 1823 – May 5, 1892 in New York City) was an American historical writer and librarian.
George Henry Moore was born April 20, 1823, in Concord, New Hampshire. He moved ...
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Alexander Ostrovsky
Alexander Nikolayevich Ostrovsky (Russian: Алекса́ндр Никола́евич Остро́вский; 12 April [O.S. 31 March] 1823, Moscow, Russian Empire – 14 June [O.S. 2...
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Thomas Bantock
Scottish-born Thomas Bantock (1823-20 July 1895) was a self-made businessman and politician. He served as Mayor of Wolverhampton in 1869/70.
The son of a gamekeeper he excelled at school in Suther...
William Murdoch (poet)
William Murdoch (24 February 1823 – 4 May 1887) was a Scottish-Canadian poet.Born in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, Murdoch migrated to Canada in 1854, aged 31. The following year, he was appointed ...
Władysław Syrokomla
Władysław Syrokomla was the pseudonym of Ludwik Władysław Franciszek Kondratowicz (1823–1862), a Polish-Lithuanian romantic poet, writer and translator.
Syrokomla was born September 29, 1823 in t...
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Joseph Karge
Joseph Karge (born Poznan, Poland July 4, 1823 - December 27, 1892, New York City) was a military officer and educator. He was involved in the unsuccessful 1848 revolutions in Poland and was sentenced...
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Andrew Monteith
Andrew Monteith (August 1823 – February 1, 1896) was an Ontario businessman and political figure. He represented Perth North in the Parliament of Ontario from 1867 to 1874 and in the Canadian Ho...
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Joseph Henry (bow maker)
Joseph Henry (1823-1870) was a French bow maker for string instruments.Henry studied with Dominique Peccatte and established his own shop in 1851. His bows are quite rare and sought after. They usual...
Ephraim Morse
Ephraim W. Morse (October 16, 1823 – January 17, 1906) was an early settler of the city of San Diego, and was partially responsible for many of its expansions as a city, such as attracting the A...
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James H. Loomis
James Hervey Loomis (June 4, 1823 Attica, Wyoming County, New York – November 3, 1914 Boonton, Morris County, New Jersey) was an American merchant, banker and politician from New York.
He was the ...
Joseph Alexander Cooper
Joseph Alexander Cooper (November 25, 1823 – May 20, 1910) was an American farmer, soldier, and civil servant. A Southern Unionist, he fought for the Union Army during the American Civil War, c...
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Augustine Joseph Hickey Duganne
Augustine Joseph Hickey Duganne (1823–1884) was a Civil War era American poet, playwright, and dime novelist. He is the author of Camps and Prison (1865), a vivid account of his Civil War experiences...
Titokowaru
Riwha Titokowaru (c. 1823–1888) became a Māori leader in the Taranaki region and one of the most successful opponents of British colonization anywhere.
Riwha was a subtribal leader (having succeed...
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Walter Scovil
Walter Bates Scovil (November 2, 1823 – May 30, 1903) was a farmer and political figure in New Brunswick. He represented King's in the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick from 1856 to 1866.He ...
William Adams (locomotive engineer)
William Adams (1823–1904) was the Locomotive Superintendent of the North London Railway from 1858 to 1873; the Great Eastern Railway from 1873 until 1878 and the London and South Western Railway from ...
Edwin Edwards (artist)
Edwin Edwards (6 Jan 1823 – 15 Sep 1879) was an English landscape painter, etcher and lawyer.
Edwin Edwards was born in Framlingham, Suffolk in 1823 the son of a Norfolk squire. He trained as a la...
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John Wesley Hanson
John Wesley Hanson (1823–1901) was an American Universalist minister and a notable Universalist historian advancing the claim that Universalism was the belief of early Christianity. He was born at Bos...
Conrad Victor Ankarcrona
Conrad Victor Ankarcrona (1823–1912) was a Grand Master of the Court of the King of Sweden.
Ankarcrona was the son of Theodor Vilhelm Ankarcrona, Gentleman of the Bedchamber of the Court of the Ki...
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Theodore Hagen
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John Wheeler (New York)
John Wheeler (February 11, 1823 – April 1, 1906) was a United States Representative from New York.
Wheeler was born in Humphreysville (now Seymour), Connecticut on February 11, 1823. He attended ...
Henry Harnden
Henry Harnden (March 4, 1823 – March 17, 1900) was an officer in the United States Army during the American Civil War. He led the Wisconsin troops who assisted a Michigan military company in the...
Edward Hazen Parker
Edward Hazen Parker, M.D. (1823, Boston, Massachusetts - November 9, 1896, Poughkeepsie, New York) was an American physician and poet.
Parker was born Isaac and Sarah (Ainsworth) Parker. He gradua...
William H. Upson
William Hanford Upson (January 11, 1823 – April 13, 1910) was a nineteenth-century politician, lawyer and judge from Ohio.Upson was born in Worthington, Ohio. His parents were Dr. Daniel Upson a...
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