Robert Howe

Robert Howe

There have been several people named Robert Howe:

* Robert Howe (1732-1785), a Major-General in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War
* Robert Howe (tennis), 1958 winner of the Wimbledon mixed doubles championship
* Robert Howe (Australian politician) (1861-1915), former Member of the Australian House of Representatives
* Robert Howe (Businessman), former CEO of Scient
* Sir Robert George Howe (1893-1981), British diplomat

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  • Robert Howe — ist der Name folgender Personen: Robert Howe (General) (1732–1785), amerikanischer Generalmajor im Unabhängigkeitskrieg Robert Howe (Politiker) (1861–1915), australischer Politiker Robert Howe (Diplomat) (1893–1981), britischer Diplomat Robert… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Robert Howe — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Howe. Robert Howe Pays …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Robert Howe (soldier) — Robert Howe (1732 December 14, 1786) was a major general in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. Early lifeHis great grandfather was James Moore (South Carolina politician) , colonial governor of colonial South Carolina. He …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Howe (Australian politician) — Robert Howe (1861 ndash; 2 April 1915) was an Australian politician. Born in Newcastle in England, he received a primary education and migrated to Australia in 1882, where he became a patternmaker and engineer. An official with the Engineers… …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Howe (diplomat) — Sir Robert George Howe GBE KCMG (born Derby, England, September 1893, died 22 June 1981) was a British diplomat who served as the last Governor General of the Sudan from 1947 to 1955. EducationHowe was educated at Derby School and St Catharine s… …   Wikipedia

  • John Robert Howe — (* 1861 in Killarney, Australien; † 1. Juli 1920 in Blackall), auch Jackie Howe genannt, war ein Schafscherer, der den ersten Rekord im Schafscheren im Jahre 1892 aufstellte, als er 237 Schafe an einem Tag schor. Sein Wochenrekord lag bei 1437… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Howe — bezeichnet: eine Grabform der Jungsteinzeit, siehe Cairn (Steingrab) Lord Howe Insel, Hauptinsel der Lord Howe Inselgruppe in der Tasmanischen See, Australien Île Howe, Insel der Kerguelen, Frankreich Howe Island, Insel im Lorenzstrom, Ontario,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Robert G. Albion — (born 15 August 1896 in Malden, Massachusetts died 9 August 1983 in Groton, Connecticut) was Harvard s first professor of Oceanic History and inspired two generations of maritime historians in the United States. Highly respected, he was often… …   Wikipedia

  • Howe — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Toponyme Baie Howe (Howe Sound) en Colombie Britannique au Canada ; Cap Howe en Australie ; Fort Howe, un fort du Canada; Île Howe, île… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • HOWE, George (1769-1821) — first Australian editor and early printer was the son of Thomas Howe, a printer in the West Indies, and was born at St Kitts in 1769. When about 21 he went to London and worked as a printer in The Times office. In 1800 he was sentenced to seven… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography