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  1. Richard Blanshard MA (19 October 1817 – 5 June 1894) was an English barrister and first governor of the Colony of Vancouver Island from its foundation in 1849 to his resignation in 1851. Contents 1 Biography 2 Places named for Blanshard 3 External links 4 Further reading Biography

    • 5 June 1894 (aged 76), London
  2. Richard Blanshard (* 19. Oktober 1817 in London; † 5. Juni 1894 ebenda) war ein britischer Rechtsanwalt. Von 1849 bis 1851 war er der erste Gouverneur der Kolonie Vancouver Island . Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Biografie 2 Ehrungen 3 Weblinks 4 Einzelnachweise Biografie

    • 19. Oktober 1817
    • britischer Rechtsanwalt und Gouverneur
    • London
    • Blanshard, Richard
  3. Richard Blanshard war ein britischer Rechtsanwalt. ... aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Richard Blanshard Richard Blanshard (* 19. Oktober 1817 in London; † 5.

  4. Richard Blanshard MA (19 October 1817 – 5 June 1894) was an English barrister and first governor of the Colony of Vancouver Island from its foundation in 1849 to his resignation in 1851. This article is about the first governor of the Colony of Vancouver Island.

  5. de.wikibrief.org › wiki › Richard_BlanshardRichard Blanshard

    Aus Wikipedia, der freien EnzyklopädieDieser Artikel handelt vom ersten Gouverneur der Kolonie Vancouver Island.Für den amerikanischen Pastor und Songwriter siehe Richard E. Blanchard, Sr.

  6. www.liquisearch.com › richard_blanshardRichard Blanshard

    Richard Blanshard MA (19 October 1817 – 5 June 1894) was an English barrister and first governor of the Colony of Vancouver Island from its foundation in 1849 to his resignation in 1851. Blanshard was born in London to a wealthy mercantile family, and after reading law at Cambridge University, served in the army in British India.

  7. Richard Blanshard MA (19 October 1817 – 5 June 1894) was an English barrister and first governor of the Colony of Vancouver Island from its foundation in 1849 to his resignation in 1851. Blanshard was born in London to a wealthy mercantile family, and after reading law at Cambridge University, served in the army in British India.