Hafiz Mohammed Abdul Karim, CIE, CVO (1863–1909), known as the Munshi, was a Muslim Indian attendant of Queen Victoria who gained her affection during the final fifteen years of her reign.
Adalbert Geheeb (March 21, 1842 in Geisa - 13 September 1909 in Konigsfelden, Brugg, Aargau) was a German botanist specializing in mosses. The son of a pharmacist, he studied natural history as a pastime, and published extensively.
Adalbert Merx (2 November 1838 Bleicherode – 6 August 1909 Heidelberg) was a German Protestant theologian and orientalist.
The Right Reverend The Honourable Adelbert John Robert Anson DD (20 December 1840 – 27 May 1909), was an Anglican Bishop in late 19th century western Canada.
Adèle Alphonsine Dumilâtre (30 June 1821 – 4 May 1909 in Paris) was a French dancer, famous in the days of romantic ballet. After her marriage to Francisco Drake del Castillo she became a Countess.
Adolf Kamphausen (1829-1909) was a German Protestant theologian, born at Solingen and educated at Bonn. In 1855, as private secretary to Bunsen, he assisted him in his great Bibelwerk. At the same time he was privatdocent at Heidelberg, and in 1863 he became professor of theology at Bonn. He was especially prominent in the revision of Luther's version of the bible and wrote:
Adolf von Becker (1831, Helsinki – 1909, Vevey, Switzerland) was a Finnish painter.
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