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  1. 16/11/2022 · John, Markgraf von Tavistock 1731-1731 Married to Gertrude Leveson-Gower , born in 1714 or 1715, died in 1794 with Francis , Markgraf von Tavistock 1738-1767 29 years old

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    • October 30, 1710
    • Gertrude Leveson-Gower, Gertrude
    • November 15, 1771
  2. 12/11/2022 · "john russell , 4th Duc de Bedford" Thomas Gainsborough - huile sur toile - 1770 - ( National Portrait Gallery (United States)) Actions Activer la loupe Commander une reproduction de peinture à l'huile Acheter l'impression sur toile Envoyer une E-Carte avec cette oeuvre Afficher cette oeuvre sur votre site internet

  3. 14/11/2022 · Bedford Basin is a large enclosed bay, forming the northwestern end of Halifax Harbour on Canada's Atlantic coast. It is named in honour of John Russell, 4th Duke of Bedford. Other Wikipedia pages that might relate to Bedford Basin

  4. Hace 1 día · Bedford County: 019: Bedford: 1754: From Lunenburg county: John Russell, 4th Duke of Bedford, British politician and one of the head negotiators of the Peace of Paris: 80,131: 755 sq mi (1,955 km 2) Bland County: 021: Bland: 1861: From Giles, Tazewell, and Wythe counties

  5. 22/11/2022 · Answer: Dukes of Bedford The British Museum is on Russell Square. In the same area there is a Bedford Square as well. John Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Bedford (1389- Rouen 1435) commanded England's army during a critical period of the Hundred Years' War. John Russell, 4th Duke of B. (1710-1770) was the Leader of the so-called Bedford Whigs.

  6. 26/11/2022 · The county was named in honor of John Russell, an English statesman and fourth Duke of Bedford. Bedford County is part of the Lynchburg, Virginia Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2010 census, Bedford's population was 68,676. The county population has nearly doubled since 1980.

  7. 21/11/2022 · In 1630 Francis Russell, 4th Earl of Bedford commissioned the architect Inigo Jones to design and build a church and three terraces of fine houses around a large square or piazza. This had been prompted by King Charles I having taken offence at the poor condition of the road and houses along Long Acre, which were the responsibility of Russell and Henry Carey, 2nd Earl of Monmouth .