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  1. academia-lab.com › enciclopedia › federico-peelFederico Peel _ AcademiaLab

    Sir Frederick Peel KCMG PC (26 de octubre de 1823 – 6 de junio de 1906), fue un político del Partido Liberal Británico y comisionado de ferrocarriles. Antecedentes y educación. Peel fue el segundo hijo del Primer Ministro Sir Robert Peel, segundo baronet, y de su esposa Julia Floyd, hija del general Sir John Floyd, primer baronet.

  2. Sir Frederick Peel KCMG PC (26 October 1823 – 6 June 1906), was a British Liberal Party politician and railway commissioner. Background and education. Peel was second son of Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet, by his wife Julia Floyd, daughter of General Sir John Floyd, 1st Baronet.

  3. 23 de ene. de 2024 · The narrative that follows is by far the fullest internet account of this legendary episode, and of Frederick Peel Eldon Potter (1839 – 4 Sep 1906), the founder, proprietor and editor of the Skibbereen Eagle (later absorbed into the Southern Star, which in 1914 told Kaiser Wilhelm II that the Southern Star had its eye on him too – but to no avail).

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  5. Frederick Peel (his natural child) came with his father. On 15th December 1829, the ‘Gilmore’ landed at what is now called, Woodman Point. The people, who stayed aboard for nearly a month while another grant was found, were then moved to a settlement named Clarence. 1830 The ship ‘Rockingham’ arrived on 12th May.

  6. 4 de sept. de 2015 · The hymn tune "Heslington" (7.6., 8 lines) by the Rev. Frederick Peel, Mus.B.Oxon (Vicar of Heslington near York, 1880-1914), played by Peter Tylor on the Co...

  7. Frederick Peel. (1833-1915), Clergyman; grandson of Sir Robert Peel, 1st Bt. Sitter in 1 portrait.