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Owen W. Siler — Born January 10, 1922(1922 01 10) … Wikipedia
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Owen Cosby Philipps, 1st Baron Kylsant — Owen Cosby Philipps, 1st and last Baron Kylsant, was born 25 March 1863. [ [http://www.thepeerage.com/p8206.htm#i82053 thePeerage.com Person Page 8206 ] ] He was the son of Reverend Sir James Erasmus Philipps, 12th Baronet, of Picton Castle; his… … Wikipedia
Owen Sound — Spitzname: The Scenic City Rathaus in Owen Sound Lage in Ontario … Deutsch Wikipedia
Owen Frederick Morton Tudor — Owen Frederick Morton Tudor, (? 1987), was an officer in 3rd The King s Own Hussars and the husband of Larissa Tudor, a woman some claimed could have been Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia. Contents 1 Early life and education 2 First… … Wikipedia
Owen Rutter — Edward Owen Rutter (1889–1944) was an English historian, novelist and travel writer. After serving with the North Borneo Civil Service from 1910 to 1915, Rutter returned to Britain during World War I and was commissioned. Rutter served with the… … Wikipedia
Edward Owen (Royal Navy officer) — Admiral Sir Edward William Campbell Rich Owen, GCB, GCH (1771 ndash; 8 October 1849) was a British Royal Navy officer.Campbell was the illegitimate son of Captain William Owen. He was entered on the books of the Enterprize in the Mediterranean… … Wikipedia
William Fitzwilliam Owen — Vice Admiral William Fitzwilliam Owen (1774 1857), was a British naval officer and explorer. He is known for his exploration of the west and east African coasts, discovery of the Seaflower Channel off the coast of Sumatra and for surveying the… … Wikipedia