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  • 1William Rufus — Guillaume II d Angleterre Pour les articles homonymes, voir Guillaume II. Guillaume le Roux …

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  • 2William Rufus — noun the second son of William the Conqueror who succeeded him as King of England (1056 1100) • Syn: ↑William II • Instance Hypernyms: ↑King of England, ↑King of Great Britain * * * William II [William II …

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  • 3William Rufus — ➡ William II * * * …

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  • 4William Rufus Shafter — Datos personales Nacimiento 16 de octubre de 1835 Galesburg, Michigan …

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  • 5William Rufus DeVane King — William King (Librairie du Congrès) William Rufus DeVane King (7 avril 1786 18 avril 1853) est un Représentant au Congrès de la Caroline du Nord, Sénateur de l’Alabama et le treizième vice président des États Unis d Amérique. Si l on excepte John …

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  • 6William Rufus Day — (* 17. April 1849 in Ravenna (Ohio), † 9. Juli 1923 auf Mackinac Island, Michigan) war ein US amerikanischer Diplomat, Jurist, US Außenminister und Richter am Obersten Gerichtshof. 1870 graduierte Day an der University of Michigan, ließ sich als… …

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  • 7William Rufus DeVane King — William R. King William Rufus DeVane King (* 7. April 1786 im Sampson County, North Carolina; † 18. April 1853 im Dallas County, Alabama) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker und 1853 45 Tage lang bis zu seinem Tod der 13 …

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  • 8William Rufus Terrill — (21 avril 1834 – 8 octobre 1862) était un soldat de l US Army et un général qui fut tué au combat lors de la Bataille de Perryville lors de la Guerre de Sécession. Son frère, James Barbour Terrill[1] fut également victime de… …

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  • 9William Rufus Shafter — Infobox Military Person name= William Rufus Shafter born= Birth date|mf=yes|1835|10|16 died= Death date and age|mf=yes|1906|11|12|1835|10|16 placeofbirth= Galesburg, Michigan placeofdeath= San Francisco County, California placeofburial= caption=… …

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  • 10King, William Rufus de Vane — born April 7, 1786, Sampson county, N.C., U.S. died April 18, 1853, Cahaba, Ala. U.S. politician. A member of the U.S. House of Representatives from North Carolina from 1811, he resigned from the House in 1816 to serve as secretary of legation to …

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  • 11King, William Rufus de Vane — (7 abr. 1786, cond. de Sampson, N.C., EE.UU.–18 abr. 1853, Cahaba, Ala.). Político estadounidense. Fue miembro de la Cámara de Representantes por Carolina del Norte desde 1811; renunció en 1816 para ocupar el cargo de secretario de legación con… …

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  • 12KING, WILLIAM RUFUS —    American statesman and diplomatist, born in North Carolina; was a member of Congress and the Senate, and Vice President of the Republic, represented the United States both at St. James s and in France (1755 1827) …

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  • 13William II of England — William Rufus redirects here. See also William Rufus Day. William II Rufus William II, from the Stowe Manuscript King of England (more...) …

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  • 14William the Conqueror — The Duke of Normandy in the Bayeux Tapestry King of England Reign 25 December 1066 9 September 1087 Coronation 25 December 106 …

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  • 15William R. King — William Rufus DeVane King William King (Librairie du Congrès) William Rufus DeVane King (7 avril 1786 18 avril 1853) est un Représentant au Congrès de la Caroline du Nord, Sénateur de l’Alabama et le treizième vice président des États Unis d… …

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  • 16William de Lancaster I — William de Lancaster I, or William Fitz Gilbert, was a nobleman of the twelfth century in Northwest England. He was possibly also referred to as William de Tailboys (de Taillebois) when younger. He is the first person of whom we have any record… …

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  • 17Rufus C. Dawes — Rufus Cutler Dawes (July 30, 1867 ndash; January 8, 1940) was an American businessman from a prominent Ohio family.Dawes was born in Marietta, Ohio, to American Civil War Brigadier General Rufus R. Dawes and Mary Beman (Gates) Dawes. He was a… …

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  • 18William R. King — William Rufus DeVane King (* 7. April 1786 im Sampson County, North Carolina; † 18. April 1853 im Dallas County, Alabama) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker und 1853 45 Tage lang bis zu seinem Tod der 13. Vizepräsident der Vereinigten Staaten… …

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  • 19Rufus King (disambiguation) — Rufus King (1755 ndash; 1827) was a U.S. Senator from New York.Rufus King may also refer to the following people:* William Rufus deVane King (1786 ndash; 1853), 13th Vice President of the United States * Rufus King (general) (1818 ndash; 1876),… …

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  • 20William — may refer to:*William (name), a masculine given nameRoyaltyBritish*William I of England (1027 1087), a.k.a. William the Conqueror, William the Bastard *William II of England (1056 1100), a.k.a. William Rufus *William I of Scotland (c. 1142 1214) …

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