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... of Milan Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork (1566–1643), Anglo-Irish politician William Bradford (1590–1657), Prominent Leader and Governor of the Plymouth colony, in office 1621–1633, 1635–1636 ... rebel Christopher Levett of England (1586–1630), explorer and naval captain Li Kezhuo of China, Ming dynasty court official and unwitting poisoner of Emperor Taichang Johann Liss (1590?-1629 ... Antrim of Ireland (?-1636), nobleman and Scots-Irish politician Sir Henry Mainwaring of England (1587?–1653), pirate and English naval officer François de ...
... Paul Hogan, Phil Danaher (also Irish captain), Anthony Foley (also Irish captain), Keith Wood (also a Lion and Irish captain), Jerry Flannery (also a Lion), Barry Murphy ...
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