Political Figure

Some articles on political figure, political, figure:

Crothers - People
... Austin Lane Crothers (1860–1912), United States political figure Bill Crothers (born 1940), Canadian athlete Connie Crothers (born 1940), United States female musician ... Crothers, Canadian politician Derrick Crothers (born 1942), Irish professor and political figure Doug Crothers (1859–1907), United States athlete George Crothers (1909–1982), Irish athlete George E ... Australian athlete Thomas Wilson Crothers (1850–1921), Canadian political figure Trevor Crothers (f ...
John Smith (rower) - Politicians - Canada
... John David Smith (1786–1849), businessman and political figure in Upper Canada John Smith (Chief), 1800s Cree Chief and Treaty Six signatory founder of the Muskoday First Nation in. 1813–1871), lawyer and political figure in Canada West John Smith (Kent MPP), member of the 1st Ontario Legislative Assembly, 1867–1871 John Smith (Manitoba ...
... include Charles Eusèbe Casgrain, Ontario physician and political figure Charles-Eusèbe Casgrain, lawyer and political figure in Lower Canada Henri-Raymond Casgrain, French ...
List Of People From Hamilton, Ontario - Politics
... Richard Beasley (1761–1842), was a soldier, political figure, farmer and businessman in Upper Canada ... Isaac Buchanan (1810–1883), was a businessman and political figure in Canada West ... Copps is a second-generation member of a political family that has dominated Hamilton-area politics on the municipal, provincial and federal levels ...
List Of Armenians From Nagorno-Karabakh - Shusha - Public Figures
... Prince, a prominent Armenian political and military figure, the last ruler of the principality of Jraberd ... A prominent political figure, anarchist, author and publisher of anarchist literature ... Hambardzum Arakelian (Shakhriar) (1855–1918) Public and political figure, writer, publicist, teacher, Arakelian was the inspector of Real School and ...

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