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Richard Mac Donnell (scholar) - Family
... Richard MacDonnell, of the Tynekill MacDonnells of Leinster, was the son of Robert MacDonnell (1764–1821) of High Park, nr Douglas, Co ... In 1810, Richard MacDonnell married Jane Graves, daughter of the Very Rev ... They were the parents of fourteen children, including Sir Richard Graves MacDonnell and Major-General Arthur Robert MacDonnell ...
George John Bennett - As Caliban
... said that the importance of Bennett's interpretation was recognised by P MacDonnell, on two accounts i) through engagements to repeat the part for Phelps in 1847 and 1849, and at the Surrey ... of much of Caliban's complexity was enough to move MacDonnell to declare that his performance was an example, like Macklin's Shylock, of how 'some of the characters drawn by ... From this perception it was but a small step for MacDonnell to make a link with a moral obligation to civilize the natives Bennett delineated 'the rude and ...
Admella Relics
... The Port MacDonnell District Maritime Museum located at Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell, has a display that includes, amongst other things, a small bronze cannon, the ship's bell and a carving set from the Admella ... Gordon lived in Dingley Dell, near Port MacDonnell in South Australia from 1864 - 1867 ... In Port MacDonnell there is a house that has been constructed, in part, using timbers from the Admella wreck ...
Mickey Mac Donnell
... Mickey MacDonnell (April 30, 1902 – November 1, 1983) was an American football player who played eight seasons in the NFL, mainly for the Chicago Cardinals ... Dunn Hal Erickson Earl Evans Art Folz Fred Gillies John Hurlburt Bob Koehler Jerry Lunz Mickey MacDonnell Ike Mahoney Nick McInerney Paul McNulty Lenny Sachs Wilfred Smith Evar Swanson Jim Tays Bub Weller ...
James Mac Donnell (cricketer)
... James MacDonnell (23 April 1841 — 26 November 1891) was an Irish cricketer who played for Gloucestershire ... MacDonnell made a single first-class appearance for the team, during the 1881 season, against Surrey, having played for the Gentlemen of Hampshire twenty-one years previously ... In the only first-class innings in which MacDonnell batted, he scored a duck, in a match which Gloucestershire won by an innings margin in spite of four members of the ...