Wallace, Hugh

Wallace, Hugh
   Hd Haldimand's New York agent, 61, 74, 77; sends Haldimand news of Bunker Hill and other events, 108.

The makers of Canada. 2014.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Hugh S. Legaré — Hugh Swinton Legaré (* 2. Januar 1797 in Charleston, South Carolina; † 20. Juni 1843 in Boston, Massachusetts) war ein US amerikanischer Jurist, Diplomat, Politiker und …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hugh Hamshaw Thomas — FRS (* 29. Mai 1885 in Wrexham, Denbighshire, Wales; † 30. Juni 1962 in Cambridge, England), war ein britischer Paläobotaniker, der grundlegende Forschungen über die Samenfarne des Mesozoikums und die Evolution der Pflanzen durchführte. Sein… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hugh de Cressingham — (died September 11 1297 [William Wallace Andrew Moray defeat English] ) was the treasurer of the English administration in Scotland during 1296 97. He was not well liked by the Scots nor the English [William Wallace Andrew Moray defeat English] …   Wikipedia

  • Hugh McVay — (* 1. Januar 1788 in South Carolina; † 9. Mai 1851 im Lauderdale County, Alabama) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker (Demokratische Partei) und 1837 der 9. Gouverneur von Alabama. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Frühe Jahre 2 Gouverneur von Alabama …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hugh Macdonald Sinclair — Hugh Macdonald Sinclair, FRCP (4 February 1910 – 22 July 1990) was one of the 20th century’s outstanding experts in human nutrition. He is most widely known for claiming that what he called diseases of civilization such as coronary heart disease …   Wikipedia

  • Wallace: Das Leben von Braveheart —   William Wallace, genannt Braveheart, stammte aus dem niederen Adel Schottlands. Als die Engländer Schottland eroberten, leistete er erfolgreich Widerstand, tötete den Sheriff von Lanark und besiegte 1297 ein englisches Heer bei Stirling Bridge …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Hugh Massingberd — (December 30, 1946 ndash; December 25, 2007), also known as Hugh Montgomery Massingberd or Hugh John Montgomery, was a journalist and genealogist.Massingberd was most revered for his work as obituaries editor for The Daily Telegraph of London… …   Wikipedia

  • Hugh the Dull, Lord of Douglas — Hugh the Dull (1294 – d. after 1342 but before 1346) was Lord of Douglas, a Scottish Nobleman and Cleric.The second son of William the Hardy, Lord of Douglas, William Wallace s companion in arms and Eleanor Ferrers. Hugh s elder brother was Sir… …   Wikipedia

  • WALLACE, MIKE — (Myron Leon; 1918– ), U.S. television journalist. Born in Brookline, Massachusetts, Wallace received a B.A. from the University of Michigan in 1939. He gained prominence in 1956 for his penetrating interviews on New York television. He wrote a… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Hugh Mercer — (January 17, 1726 ndash; January 12, 1777) was a physician, a brigadier general in the Continental Army and a close friend to George Washington. Mercer died as a result of his wounds received at the Battle of Princeton and became a fallen hero… …   Wikipedia