Absalom Austin Townsend (December 7, 1810 - 1879) was a US Army officer, Wisconsin-state politician, and a California pioneer.
The Brian Farm is an American Civil War area of the Gettysburg Battlefield used during the Pickett's Charge. On January 23, 2004, the farm's buildings, Boundary Stone Wall, and ID tablet were designated historic district contributing structures after the tract was used for the 1918 Camp Colt and other postbellum camps.
Abraham Van Vorhes (December 2, 1793 – January 24, 1879) was an American politician, surveyor, and pioneer.
Achille-Constant-Théodore-Émile Prisse d'Avennes (b 1807 Avesnes-sur-Helpe - d 1879 Paris) was a French archaeologist, egyptologist, architect and writer.
Achille Tenaille de Vaulabelle (28 October 1799 - 27 March 1879) was a French journalist and politician.
Adolphe-Marie Gubler (5 April 1821 – 20 April 1879) was a French physician and pharmacologist born in Metz.
Adolphus Mordecai Hart (April 11, 1814 - March 23, 1879) was a Canadian lawyer and author, son of Ezekiel Hart.
Adolphus Meetkerke (22 December 1819 – 11 February 1879) was an English landowner and cricketer who played in one cricket match for Cambridge University that is recognised as having been first-class. He was born at Rushden, Hertfordshire and died at Southsea, Hampshire.
Agapito Jiménez Zamora (May 24, 1817 - September 17, 1879) was a Costa Rican politician.
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