Zutphen
Zutphen ([ˈzʏtfə(n)]) is a town in the province of Gelderland in the Netherlands. It lies some 30 km north-east of Arnhem, on the Eastern bank of the river IJssel at the point where it is joined ...
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Master Francke
Master Francke O.P. (or Meister Francke, Frater Francke, respectively German for "Master Francke" and Latin for "Brother Francke") was a North German Gothic painter and Dominican friar, born ca. 1380...
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Andries Beeckman
Andries Beeckman (Zutphen - buried 9 August 1664, Amsterdam?) was a Dutch painter of the 17th century. He is especially famous for his paintings of Southeast Asia and Batavia circa 1660.
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Mitchell van der Gaag
Mitchell van der Gaag (born 22 October 1971) is a Dutch retired footballer who played as a central defender.
Van der Gaag was born in Zutphen, Gelderland. After graduating from PSV Eindhoven's you...
Alexander Fiévez
Alexander Helenus Johannes Leopoldus Fiévez (22 June 1902, Zutphen – 30 April 1949, The Hague) was a Dutch politician.
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Marlous Fluitsma
Maria Louise Clara Albertine (Marlous) Fluitsma (born 12 December 1946 in Zutphen) is a Dutch actress, known for her roles in Dutch films and on television in various Dutch language series. She was al...
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Ermengarde of Zutphen
Ermengarde of Zutphen (died 1138) was countess of Zutphen (1122–1138), succeeding her elder brother Henry II, Count of Zutphen (her other two brothers had taken holy orders and died respectively). Th...
Otto I, Count of Guelders
Otto I of Guelders (1150–1207) was a Count of Guelders and Zutphen from 1182 until his death in 1207. He was a son of Duke Hendrik of Guelders and Agnes of Arnstein. He married Richardis of Bavaria in...
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Robert van Gulik
Robert Hans van Gulik (Chinese: 髙羅佩; pinyin: Gāo Luópèi, August 9, 1910 – September 24, 1967) was an orientalist, diplomat, musician (of the guqin), and writer, best known for the Judge Dee hi...
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Samuel Schwarz
Samuel Schwarz may refer to:
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Fred Peters
Frederick “Fred” Peters was mayor of Murray, Utah, United States, from 1932 to 1934. He was born at Gelderland, Netherlands, and came to Utah at the age of 1. As a young man he worked as a "moler" fo...
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Henry I, Count of Guelders
Henry I, Count of Guelders (1117–1182) was Count of Guelders from 1131 until 1182. He was a son of Gerard II of Guelders and Ermgard of Zutphen.In 1138 Hendrik inherited the County of Zutphen from his...
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Joop Westerweel
Joop Westerweel (January 25, 1899, Zutphen - August 11, 1944, Vught) was a schoolteacher and a Christian anarchist who became a Dutch World War II resistance leader, the head of the Westerweel Group.W...
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Count of Zutphen
The title of Count of Zutphen historically belonged to the ruler of the Dutch province of Gelderland (Zutphen being one of the major cities in the province during the medieval period).The line of the ...
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Lambertus Doedes
Lambertus Doedes (4 July 1878 in Zutphen – 17 May 1955 in The Hague) was a sailor from the Netherlands, who represented his native country at the 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam. Doedes, as crewmemb...
Dolph van der Scheer
Adolph "Dolph" Frederik van der Scheer (April 18, 1909 – August 31, 1966) was a Dutch speed skater who competed in the 1936 Winter Olympics.He was born in Zutphen.In 1936 he finished ninth in th...
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JPC de Sprengen
JPC de Sprengen is a penitentiary facility for boys (Juridisch Pedagogisch Centrum, Juridic Pedagogic Center) located in Wapenveld and Zutphen in the Netherlands. The facilities offer treatment as wel...
Johannes Mensing
Johannes Mensing (Mensingk) (1477–1547) was a German Dominican theologian and controversialist, an opponent of Martin Luther. He was considered formidable for his theological knowledge and comma...
Henk Kamp
Henricus Gregorius Jozeph "Henk" Kamp [hɛnˈrikəs ɣreˈɣoːriəs ˈjoːzəf hɛŋk kɑmp] (born 23 July 1952) is a Dutch politician of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD). He is the Minister of E...
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Kees Luesink
Kees Luesink (January 21, 1953, Zutphen – 27 December 2014, Doesburg) was a Dutch politician for GreenLeft (GroenLinks). Since December 1, 2008 he has been mayor of Doesburg. Previously he was an alde...
Jan Christiaan Lindeman
Jan Christiaan Lindeman (26 June 1921 – 18 July 2007) was a Dutch botanist specialized in the Flora of Suriname. Lindeman work in the Brazilian state Paraná for years. He also worked als a Hij werkte ...
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Gelre Hospitals
Gelre Hospitals (Dutch: Gelre Ziekenhuizen) is a group of hospitals comprising hospitals in Apeldoorn and Zutphen, and an outpatient clinic in Lochem. As of 31 December 2006, Gelre Hospitals maint...
Samuel Pitiscus
Samuel Pitiscus (30 March 1637, in Zutphen – 1 February 1727, in Utrecht) was a classical scholar from Zutphen.He revised Rosinus' work on Roman antiquities, publishing his Lexicon antiquitatum ...
Jo Spier
Joseph Eduard Adolf "Jo" Spier (26 June 1900- 21 May 1978) was a popular Dutch artist and illustrator.
Jo Spier was born in Zutphen, the Netherlands. From 1924 to 1939 Jo Spier worked for the news...
Jacob van Heeckeren tot Enghuizen
Jacob Derk Burchard Anne baron van Heeckeren tot Enghuizen, also known as Van Heeckeren van Beverweerd (28 November 1792 – 28 September 1884) was a Dutch diplomat. He received the title baron of...
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